Data protection notice

Thank you for visiting our website. We take data protection very seriously and strive towards ensuring that your personal data is protected when you use our website.

Web server logs
When you visit our webpages, information about the connection will be stored in server log files.

This information includes:

  • IP address of the system initiating the connection
  • Browser information as well as the operating system and screen resolution used
  • Webpages called
  • The website from which you launched your visit to our webpages
  • Time of the call

The web server logs are used exclusively for security purposes.

PIWIK
We use PIWIK software to improve our website. A permanent cookie is used for the purpose of analyzing website use. The IP addresses incidental to this measurement are rendered immediately anonymously. Any linking of data to a particular person is therefore excluded. You can refuse consent for this type of analysis by clicking on the following link: http://webstats.p3-group.com/index.php?module=CoreAdminHome&action=optOut&language=en

Google+
You have the option of clicking on a button to publicize our website in Google+. Google+ is a service provided by Google Inc., Mountain View, California, USA. As part of this function your usage and user data will be communicated to the network. We offer you a two-step solution on our website. The programming code will only be executed once you have activated the service; the personal data, IP address and user name will be relayed. More detailed information on data protection is available from the operator´s data protection website: https://www.google.com/intl/en/policies/

Facebook
You have the option of clicking on a button to publicize our website in Facebook. Facebook is a service provided by Facebook Inc., Menlo Park, California, USA. As part of this function your usage and user data will be communicated to the network. We offer you a two-step solution on our website. The programming code will only be executed once you have activated the service; the personal data, IP address and user name will be relayed. More detailed information on data protection is available from the operator´s data protection website: https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/

Twitter
You have the option of clicking on a button to publicize our website in Twitter. Twitter is a service provided by Twitter Inc., 795 Folsom St., Suite 600, San Francisco, CA 94107, California, USA. As part of this function your usage and user data will be communicated to the network. We offer you a two-step solution on our website. The programming code will only be executed once you have activated the service; the personal data, IP address and user name will be relayed. More detailed information on data protection is available from the operator´s data protection website: https://twitter.com/privacy?lang=en

Social Plug-ins

Facebook Plug-in „Share“/“Like“
You can support our site by using the „Share“ or „Like“ buttons. We take user data privacy very seriously, and for that reason we have not integrated Facebook’s code directly into our website. The code from the company Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA („Facebook“) is not loaded until you click on one of the Facebook buttons or activate the slider next to the button. You will know that it is activated when the gray button changes color. Your data does not leave our sphere of control and influence until this moment.
Your browser then establishes a direct link to the Facebook server, and as a rule, data is transferred to Facebook in the background. This data includes connection data such as your IP address, date and time, the URL accessed, operating system and system settings. If you have a Facebook cookie on your PC from previous contacts with the Facebook server, or if you are logged in when you click on the buttons, your Facebook user ID is also transferred, which makes it possible for Facebook to immediately identify you by your profile. If you click on the downloaded „Share“ or „Like“ buttons, more data is transferred to Facebook. Facebook alone decides for what purposes and to what extent data on its servers is processed and used. Facebook’s data use policy page https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/ contains more information about how Facebook processes data. Facebook has posted explanations about how the plug-ins work at https://developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/.

If you do not want Facebook to retain this data, do not activate the Facebook code. Do not click on the button or activate the slider.

Google+
You can support our site by using the „g +1“ button. We take user data privacy very seriously, and for that reason we have not integrated Google’s code directly into our website. The code from the company Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA („Google“) is not loaded until you click on the „g +1“ button or activate the slider next to the button. You will know that it is activated when the gray button changes color. Your data does not leave our sphere of control and influence until this moment.
Your browser then establishes a direct link to the Google server, and as a rule, data is transferred to Google in the background. This data includes connection data such as your IP address, date and time, the URL accessed, operating system and system settings. If you have a Google cookie on your PC from previous contacts with the Google server, or if you are logged in with Google when you click on the buttons, account information is also transferred that makes it possible for Google to immediately identify you by your profile. If you click on the downloaded button, more data is transferred to the service. Google alone decides for what purposes and to what extent data on its servers is processed and used.
More information about how Google processes data can be found in the data privacy statement for the Google +1 button https://support.google.com/plus/answer/1319578?hl=en .
Information about how the +1 button works can be found at https://support.google.com/plus/answer/1047397?rd=1 .

If you do not want Google to retain this data, do not activate the Google code. Do not click on the button or activate the slider.

Twitter
You can support our site by using the „Tweet“ button. We take user data privacy very seriously, and for that reason we have not integrated Twitter’s code directly into our website. The code from the company Twitter, Inc., 1355 Market St, Suite 900, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA („Twitter“) is not loaded until you click on the „Tweet“ button or activate the slider next to the button. You will know that it is activated when the gray button changes color. Your data does not leave our sphere of control and influence until this moment.
Your browser then establishes a direct link to the Twitter server, and as a rule, data is transferred to Twitter in the background. This data includes connection data such as your IP address, date and time, the URL accessed, operating system and system settings. If you have a Twitter cookie on your PC from previous contacts with the provider’s server, or if you are logged in with Twitter when you click on the buttons, account information is also transferred that makes it possible for Twitter to immediately identify you by your profile. If you click on the downloaded button, more data is transferred to the service. Twitter alone decides for what purposes and to what extent data on its servers is processed and used.
More information about how Twitter processes data can be found in the data privacy statement https://twitter.com/privacy?lang=en .

If you do not want Twitter to retain this data, do not activate the Twitter code. Do not click on the button or activate the slider.

General equality
In the text is chosen only one gender form to ensure better readability. We note that all details on this website relate to all genders.

Questions on data protection:

P3 insight GmbH
Am Kraftversorgungsturm 3
52070 Aachen

Telephone: +49 241 9437 450

E-Mail: ralf.klueber@p3-group.com