Data Privacy Statement

1. Data Protection

General notes:

On this page you will be informed about what happens to your personal data on the internet-site Personal data are all data that could enable the personal identification of the accessor.

The site operator takes the safeguard of your personal data very seriously. All personal data are handled in strict confidence and will be passed on in accordance with the legal Data Protection regulations as explained in these notes.

Note: Unfortunately, data communication is never 100% secure. Even with utmost diligence, security breaches can occur with, for instance, data transfer from the contact form.

Collection of data

The site operator is responsible for data collection. Details of this person can be found on the registration information site.

When you enter your contact data in the contact form, these will be passed on to the site operator.

When you access this site there will be technical data that will be automatically registered by the system. (web-browser, operating system, date). The system can thereby provide the site for you error-free. Other data can be used for analysis to establish which sites you clicked on and how often and for how long.

Site accessors have the legal right to demand information on origin, addressee and purpose of your stored data. This information has to be provided free of charge.

Site visitors have the legal right to correcting, blocking and cancelling their personal data.
Site accessors have the right to complain to the responsible authority.

Obligatory information


Responsible for the data processing of this web-site is:

Dr. Jörn Hauptmann
Koblenzer Straße 60
D-32584 Löhne
Telefon + 49.(0)5731.844103
Telefax + 49.(0)5731.860104

This person decides on the purpose and means of the processing of personal data.

Revocation of the consent to data processing

In case you have explicitly consented to data collection and data processing, this consent can be withdrawn.
To do so, send an informal message to the above mentioned responsible person.
The legitimacy of the data processing up to this revocation remains unaffected.

Right to complain at the appropriate authority

Should you identify a breach of data proprietary rights, you or the relevant person is entitled to lodge a complaint with the appropriate authority:

State data protection authorized person of that federal state in which we are located. A list of the data protection authorized persons as well as their contact data can be seen on the following link:

State authorized person for data protection and freedom of information Nordrhein Westfalen
Kavalleriestr. 2-4  40213 Düsseldorf
Telefon: 0211/38424-0
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Right of data transfer

You have the right to receive data which we have automatized with your consent. They can be handed over to a third party if you so wish if this is technically feasible. These data have to be handed over machine-readable in a generally accepted format.

Call-back clause

In case you answer using the contact facility and ask for a call-back from the site operator, he/she will retain these data (name, first name, e-mail address, Tel. no.) as well as type of request. These data are used to process your request and to contact you. Further use of these personal data without consent of the sender does not occur.

3. Data collection of this web-site

The following data are being recorded in automatized form by the provider (Internet service provider (according to art. 6 par. 1 lit b DSGVO*)

  • Browser type and Browserversion
  • Operation system used
  • Referral URL
  • Host name of the accessing computer
  • Time of server request
  • IP-address

These data will not be combined with other data (e.g. entry in contact form)
Allows the processing of data for implementation of a contract or pre-contract arrangements.

4. Tools

This internet site uses Google-Web-Fonts, a free of charge offer by Google to embed license-free fonts. With the accessing of the site the browser uploads this font into the browser cache.

The uploading takes place through an external Google-Script. Your web browser links to Google-servers. Google notices thereby that this internet-site has been accessed through your IP address. The use of Google Web Fonts results in the interest of a uniform and appealing presentation of online offers. This constitutes a legitimate interest in accordance of art. 6 par. 1 lit f DSGVO.
Should your browser not support this process, a default font will be uploaded from your computer. However, this can influence the optic of the web-site (not the contents).

More information on Google Web Fonts
Data privacy statement by Google