Controller in the sense of the General Data Protection Regulation is Kniel System-Electronic GmbH

Contact data:

Kurzheckweg 8
76187 Karlsruhe
Germany
Phone: +49 721 9592-0
Fax: +49 721 9592-100
E-mail: info@kniel.de

Data protection officer of Kniel System-Electronic GmbH:

Christoph Vief
Kurzheckweg 8
76187 Karlsruhe
Germany
E-mail: datenschutzbeauftragter@kniel.de

Supervisory authority:

Landesbeauftragter für Datenschutz und Informationsfreiheit Baden-Württemberg (LfDI BW) 
Dr. Stefan Brink
Königstraße 10a
70173 Stuttgart


Principles relating to processing of personal data

Personal data may only be processed by us under certain conditions. In addition to the principles relating to processing of personal data (GDPR, Article  5), the provisions on the lawfulness of processing apply (GDPR, Article 6). Conditions include, for example, your consent to the processing of your data, the need for processing from contractual or legal obligations and a legitimate interest on our part.


When will personal data be collected?

Personal data may be collected and processed at the following events:

  • You contact us by phone or we call you at your request.
  • You send us an e-mail or we send you an e-mail.
  • You send us a letter or we send you a letter by post.
  • You send us a fax or receive a fax from us.
  • You use one of the contact or inquiry forms on our website.
  • You visit us personally or you receive personal visit from us.

Your rights

You can claim the following rights:

  • The right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority (GDPR, Article 13 and 14)
    If you are dissatisfied with our privacy practices, you may contact our supervisory authority at any time with a complaint about us.
  • The right of access (GDPR, Article 15)
    You have the right to know if we are processing your personal data. If we process your personal data, you have the right to know the actual data. Inquiries will be answered within one month of receipt. In order to protect personal data against unauthorized access, we can demand proof of the legitimacy of the requestor.
  • The right to rectification (GDPR, Article 16)
    You have the right to correct the personal data stored with us. This right may be restricted by other legal regulations.
  • The right to erasure (GDPR, Article 17)
    You have the right to delete the personal data stored by us. This right may be restricted by other legal regulations.
  • The right to restriction of processing (GDPR, Article 18)
    You have the right, under certain conditions, to restrict the processing of the personal data stored by us. This right may be restricted by other legal regulations.
  • The right to data portability (GDPR, Article 19)
    You have the right that your personal data stored with us will be transmitted to you or a third party. This right may be restricted by other legal regulations.
  • The right to object (GDPR, Article 21)
    You have the right to object to the processing of the personal information we hold about you. This right may be restricted by other legal regulations.

Personal data that we process internally

The amount of personal information we collect may vary depending on how the business relationship is designed. For reasons of data economy, we only collect the most necessary data. Typical data can be:

  • Salutation, title, first name, name and function of a person
  • Company, department, address of company or department, branch
  • Telephone and fax numbers, e-mail addresses
  • Records in our internal reporting

Other personal information that could be collected while using our website

A When calling websites:

Which data is collected?

For every access to our website, the following data is recorded by the web server in log files:

  • the IP address of the requesting computer, the last two blocks of the IP address are each set to 0 (zero) and thus anonymized. Example: 11.22.33.44 becomes 11.22.0.0.
  • Date and time at the time of the request
  • the type of access (GET, POST…)
  • a status code (for example: 404 file not found)
  • an identifier string that your browser sends to the web server
  • possibly the URL of the website from which our website was accessed

What happens to the collected data?

  • If necessary, we evaluate the log files in order to understand the correct functioning of the website.
  • The log files are evaluated by us if necessary, in order to detect attacks on the web server and to be able to react accordingly.
  • The log files are automatically deleted after 14 days.

What is possible with the collected data?

With the above information, it is not possible to uniquely associate individual page views with an IP address and thus with a person.


B When filling in forms:

Which data is collected?

If you use one of the forms to send us a message, the call of the form will be recorded in the above log files of our web server, not the content of the form. Your message reaches us by e-mail and will be forwarded to us by the responsible mail servers. Since the sender receives a copy of the e-mail, not all the mail servers used are our responsibility. Complete confidence can therefore not be guaranteed.

What happens to the collected data?

  • If you are already a customer, you have already consented to the storage of your business data in our system.
  • If you are not yet a customer, the transmitted data will not be stored permanently but only as long as necessary to answer your message. We will permanently store your data when we obtain permission for permanent storage by entering into a business relationship with you.

What is possible with the collected data?

For a proper business relationship it is necessary that we can clearly assign your data to a person and a company.


C If you use the search function on our website:

Which data is collected?

We record the search in a database. To be recorded:

  • Date and time at the time of the request
  • the search string
  • the language setting that your browser sends us
  • an identifier string that your browser sends to the web server

What happens to the collected data?

We evaluate the collected data as needed. By recording the use of the filter function in relation to the supposed language of the user, we want to learn which properties of our products have which relevance to our customers.

What is possible with the collected data?

The use of the search function and the search term are not unique to a user of the website.


D If you use the default filters (e.g., input voltage, programming mode) in the tabulation of our products:

Which data is collected?

We record the filtering process in a database. To be recorded:

  • Date and time at the time of the request
  • the language version of our website
  • the button, which is used for the filtering and thus the filter criterion

What happens to the collected data?

We evaluate the collected data as needed. By capturing the filters used, we want to learn which properties of our products are most relevant to our customers.

What is possible with the collected data?

The use of filtering is not unique to a user of the site.


Cookies, Local storage, Usertracking

We do not use any user tracking, neither on our website nor beyond.
We do not use the local storage of a visitor's computer.
We display a map to show an approach plan. This map is embedded from OpenStreetMap . OpenStreetMap's server might want to set a cookie on your computer or device, the cookie will be valid only for the session. Purpose of the cookie is to be able to change the representation of the map according to the interaction of the user.
We do not use external ressources from CDNs (Content Delivery Networks)  or so-called “social media” on our website.
For technical reasons, it may happen that the web server on which our website is hosted wants to set a cookie on the requesting computer. You do not have to accept this cookie. You can also use our website if you completely prohibit the setting of cookies by our web server in your browser.


Disclosure of data

We will only disclose personal information to government agencies or institutions if required by national law, or if it helps inform or track attacks on our IT infrastructure.


Links

On our pages you will find links to other websites. Content and design of these external websites are the sole responsibility of the owners, we have no influence on them. The linking does not mean that Kniel System-Electronic GmbH makes the contents of the linked pages its own.


Validity

The latest version of Rregulation (EU) 2016/679 of the european parliament and of the council on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR) can be found on the website EUR-Lex of the EU following this URL: http://data.europa.eu/eli/reg/2016/679/oj .

This is the version of our privacy policy dated June 18, 2018.

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