Every web sever registers independent hits on various websites. When you visit one of our sites, the web server of our hoster will save your IP-address and the date of the hit, the URL, every information that is transmitted and the content you have accessed, in order to secure system security. This information remains anonymous to us at all times. So, we cannot draw any interferences about any person. Further, personal information, will only be ascertained if the user voluntarily submits information, e.g. when registering at our site or purchasing items from our site.

All data you submit to the vendor (see imprint) will only be processed and used, in order to fulfill the contractional agreement. If you decide to register for our newsletter, your data will also be used to transmit these newsletters. They will be deleted, when you unsubscribe. Your data (name and address) will be forwarded to the delivery corporation, if this is necessary for delivery. On top of that we will use your data for our accounting department, if this is necessary for the payment transaction. We will not transfer you data to third parties, other then the ones listed here, and we will not give them out for promotion purposes, or grant their usage. As soon as the contract is fully concluded, we will lock your data and delete it, as soon as tax- and commercial law regulations will grant it. Naturally, you can always demand disclosure about the storage of your data and, if applicable, demand the adjustment, blockage, or the deletion of your data. If you have any questions about the usage of your data, you can always contact us via Email, or telefax through the contact information presented in the imprint. Furthermore, your browser always communicates with the so-called cookies. They are data, which are supposed to make the surfing in the Internet user-friendlier. You can disable the storage of your cookies in your web browser.

We can only give out your personal data in very few instances, provided that they are important for prosecution, averting danger, fulfillment of statutory levies, constitution protection authorities, military counter-intelligence services, respectively, for the enforcement of rights of intellectual property.