General Data Protection

By using this website you agree to the collection, processing and use of data according to the following principles. Our website is free to be visited without any registration. Data, such as the specific pages visited or the name of the visited file, date and time, will be saved onto the sever. However, this data will not be related to you as a person specifically. Individual-related data, especially name, address or email will be collected as much as possible in an unsolicited way. We will not pass on any data to third party entities without your consent.


Data Protection and Cookies

Our website uses cookies. These are small text files which enable the end device of the user to save user-specific information that is related to the user, while the user visits the website. Cookies analyse the frequency of visits, the number of users of the pages, the behavior while using pages. Cookies also help us to create a more client-friendly experience on our website. They can remain saved even after the end of a browsing session and may be reactivated again upon another visit of our website. If you are not in agreement with this, please change your browser settings so that it disables all cookies.


Data Protection and Google Analytics

We use Google Analytics on our website, a marketing analytics provider of Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA. To deactivate Google Analytics, they provide the following browser-plugin:

Google Analytics requires cookies. These are small text files which enable the end device of the user to save user-specific information that is related to the user, while the user visits the website. The cookies enable an analysis of the use of our websites provided by Google. The information collected through a cookie reflecting the use of our sites (including your IP-address) will be transmitted to and saved on a server of Google in the US. We would like to point out that this website contains the following extension code for Google Analytics: „gat._anonymizeIp();“, in order to enable an anonymized collection of IP-addresses (called IP-masking). When the anonymization process is active, Google is shortening IP-addresses within member states of the European Union and within other signatory states of the European Economic Area, which is why an identification of your identity is made impossible. Only in exceptional cases will the full IP-address be transmitted to a server at Google in the US, and shortened there.  Google respects the data protection laws of the ‘Privacy Shield Law’ and is a registered member of the ‘Privacy Shield Program’ of the US trade ministry. Google uses the information collected to analyse the use of our websites, create reports and facilitate other website-related services to us. You can find out more via this link:


Data Protection and Facebook

Our website uses functions of Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA. Upon opening our websites using Facebook-plugins, a connection is established between your browser and the servers of Facebook. Data will be transmitted to Facebook during this process. If you own a Facebook account, this data may be allocated to your user profile. If you do not wish an allocation of this data to your Facebook account, please log out of Facebook before visiting our website. Interactions and specifically the use of the comments function or the clicking of any ‘Like’- or ‘Share’-buttons will also be transmitted to Facebook. You can learn more about this here