Impressum + Datenschutz

imprint

According to § 5 TMG:

SeeSaw GmbH
Dunckerstrasse 89
10437 Berlin Germany

Represented by:

Mr. Yehuda Swed

Contact:

Phone: +49 (0) 1637187136
email: [email protected]

Value added tax:

Sales tax identification number according to §27 a sales tax law:
DE317162364

Information on professional liability insurance

Name and registered office of the insurer:
Barmenia
Allgemeine Versicherungs-AG
Head office
Barmenia-Allee 1
42119 Wuppertal

Scope of insurance: worldwide

The European Commission provides a
platform for online dispute resolution (OS):
http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr

You can find our email address in the imprint above.

We are not willing or obliged to participate in dispute resolution proceedings before a
consumer arbitration board.

Liability for content

As a service provider, we are responsible for our own content on these pages in
accordance with general laws in accordance with Section 7 (1) TMG . According to §§ 8 to 10 TMG, we as a
service provider are not obliged to
monitor transmitted or stored third-party information or to search for circumstances
that indicate illegal activity .

Obligations to remove or block the use of information according
to general laws remain unaffected. However, liability in this regard is
only possible from the time we become aware of a specific legal violation. As soon
as we become aware of such violations, we will remove the content immediately.

Liability for links

Our offer contains links to external websites of third parties,
the content of which we have no influence on. For this reason, we can
not accept any liability for this external content . The respective
provider or operator of the pages is always responsible for the content of the linked pages . The linked pages were
checked for possible legal violations at the time of linking.
No illegal content was discernible at the time the link was created.

A permanent control of the content of the
linked pages is not reasonable without concrete evidence of an infringement. As
soon as we become aware of legal violations, we will remove such links immediately.

copyright

The content and works on these pages created by the site operator
are subject to German copyright law. Duplication, editing, distribution and any
kind of use outside the limits of copyright law require the written
consent of the respective author or creator. Downloads and copies of this page are only permitted for
private, non-commercial use.

As far as the content on this page was not created
by the operator, the copyrights of third parties are respected. In particular,
third-party content is marked as such. Should you nevertheless become aware of a copyright infringement
, please let us know. Upon notification of violations

we will remove such content immediately.

Data protection

preamble

The protection of your personal data is very important to us. You can therefore basically use our website without providing such data. However, if you would like to make use of certain offers or services on our website, this may involve the processing of your personal data in individual cases. In this context, we obtain your consent if there is no legal basis for such data processing, but the processing is necessary to use our website.

The processing of personal data on our part always takes place in accordance with the relevant provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the other data protection regulations applicable in Germany. The aim of our data protection declaration is to inform both you and the interested public about the scope, purpose and type of personal data that we collect and process. We also want to inform you about your rights as a data subject.

As the person responsible, we have initiated a number of technical and organizational measures (TOMs) in order to offer you the fullest possible protection of your personal data when using our website. However, we would like to point out here that data transmission on the Internet can have fundamental security gaps and that is why we cannot guarantee absolute protection. You therefore have the option at any time to transmit personal data to us in other ways (e.g. by telephone or by post).

Terms

When drawing up our data protection declaration, we rely on the terms that are also used within the GDPR. At the same time, it is our aim that our data protection declaration is easy to understand and, according to the subject matter, easy to read. Therefore we want to define the terms used in this declaration in advance:

“Personal data” 

Personal data is all information that relates to an identified or identifiable natural person (hereinafter “data subject”). An identifiable person is a natural person who, directly or indirectly, in particular by assigning an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier or one or more special characteristics, expresses the physical, physiological, genetic, psychological, economic, cultural or social identity of this natural person can be identified.

“affected person” 

Affected person is any identified or identifiable natural person whose personal data are processed by the controller.

“Processing” 

Processing is any process or series of processes carried out with or without the help of automated processes in connection with personal data such as the collection, recording, organization, ordering, storage, adaptation or modification, reading, querying, use, the disclosure by transmission, distribution or any other form of provision, comparison or linking, restriction, deletion or destruction.

“Restriction of processing” 

Restriction of processing is the marking of stored personal data with the aim of restricting their future processing.

“Profiling” 

Profiling is any type of automated processing of personal data, which consists in the fact that this personal data is used to evaluate certain personal aspects that relate to a natural person, in particular aspects related to work performance, economic situation, health, personal Analyze or predict the preferences, interests, reliability, behavior, location or relocation of this natural person.

“Pseudonymization” 

Pseudonymization is the processing of personal data in such a way that the personal data can no longer be assigned to a specific data subject without the use of additional information, provided that this additional information is kept separately and is subject to technical and organizational measures that ensure that the personal data cannot be assigned to an identified or identifiable natural person.

“Responsible person” 

The person responsible or responsible for processing is the natural or legal person, public authority, agency or other body that alone or together with others decides on the purposes and means of processing personal data. If the purposes and means of this processing are specified by Union law or the law of the Member States, the person responsible or the specific criteria for naming them can be provided according to Union law or the law of the Member States.

“Processor” 

The processor is a natural or legal person, public authority, agency or other body that processes personal data on behalf of the person responsible.

“Receiver” 

The recipient is a natural or legal person, public authority, agency or other body to which personal data is disclosed, regardless of whether it is a third party or not. However, authorities that may receive personal data as part of a specific investigation mandate under Union law or the law of the Member States are not considered recipients.

“Third party” 

A third party is a natural or legal person, public authority, agency or other body other than the data subject, the controller, the processor and those authorized to process the personal data under the direct responsibility of the controller or processor.

“Consent” 

Consent is any expression of will voluntarily given by the data subject for the specific case in an informed manner and unequivocally in the form of a declaration or other clear confirmatory act, with which the data subject indicates that they consent to the processing of their personal data is.

Responsible

Responsible within the meaning of the GDPR is:

SeeSaw GmbH
Dunckerstr. 89
10437 Berlin

Tel .: 0163 7187136
Mail: [email protected]seesaw-foto.com
Web: www.seesaw-foto.com

Cookies

Like many other websites, our site also uses cookies, i.e. small text files that are stored and stored on your computer via your browser. Such a cookie contains a cookie ID, i.e. an unambiguous identifier by which the cookie and thus your browser can be assigned to our site and our server. This enables us to recognize and identify your browser and to distinguish it from other browsers with possibly different cookies.

By using cookies, we can provide user-friendly services on our website and continuously improve and optimize the offers and information on our website. The purpose of recognition and identification is therefore to simplify the use of our website.

For example, users who consent to the use of cookies do not have to re-enter their login details or update their shopping cart each time they visit the page in question.

You can prevent the setting of cookies at any time by making the appropriate settings in your browser and thus permanently objecting to the setting of cookies. You also have the option of deleting cookies that have already been set within your browser. If you object to the setting of cookies in this way, not all functions of our website may be fully available.

6. General information and data collection

When accessing our website, general information and data are recorded and stored in so-called log files on our server. They are usually

  • accessing browser type and its version,
  • accessing operating system,
    • Referrer URL (website from which our website was redirected),
  • called subpages,
  • Date and time of access,
  • IP address (internet protocol address),
  • ISP of the accessing system (Internet service provider) and
    • Data and information similar to the above-mentioned data and information, which we need to ward off cyber attacks and other attacks on our IT systems.

We use this information without drawing any conclusions about the person concerned, but rather you need to

  • reproduce the content of our website correctly and truthfully and keep it ready,
  • to gradually improve the content of our website and the advertising for it,
  • to ensure and guarantee the general functionality and operability of our website and our IT systems and
  • in order to be able to provide the prosecuting authorities with relevant information in the event of criminal offenses in connection with our website.

The purpose of the processing is therefore the statistical evaluation and the increase of data and IT security.

We save the above log file data anonymously and separately from any other personal data of the person concerned.

Contact form function

Due to telemedia law requirements, our website contains an e-mail address and a contact form that enable us to contact you quickly. If you contact us using these communication tools, the personal data you provide will be stored for the purpose of processing and answering your request and for contacting us. This data is not passed on to third parties.

Rights of the affected

Right to lodge a complaint with the data protection authority

Without prejudice to any other administrative or judicial remedy, every data subject has the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, in particular in the Member State of their residence, their place of work or the place of the alleged infringement, if the data subject believes that the processing of personal data concerning them Data violates the provisions of the GDPR.

Right to confirmation and information 

Everyone concerned has the right to request confirmation from the person responsible whether he or she is processing them with regard to personal data. If this is the case, the person concerned also has the right to request information free of charge about the personal data stored about them and to receive a copy of this. The person concerned can in particular request information about the following information:

  • the purposes of processing
  • the categories of personal data
  • the recipients or categories of recipients to whom the personal data have been or will be disclosed
  • the storage period (if possible) or the criteria for determining the storage period
  • the existence of a right to rectification, a right to erasure, a right to restriction of processing, a right to object to processing and a right to lodge a complaint with the data protection authority
  • if the data is collected from third parties (i.e. not from the person concerned), information about the origin of the data
  • if applicable, about the existence of automated individual decisions including profiling and corresponding detailed information about the logic underlying the profiling as well as the extent and the effects for the person concerned
  • if necessary, about the transfer of personal data to a third country or an international organization and – if this is the case – about the appropriate guarantees regarding this transfer

Right to rectification  

Data subjects can request the person responsible to correct incorrect personal data relating to them. This also includes the right to request the completion of personal data concerning you by means of a supplementary declaration.

Right to deletion (“being forgotten”)

Data subjects have the right to request that the person responsible delete their personal data, unless this is contrary to legal regulation or processing is necessary and

  • the data is no longer necessary for the processing purpose for which it was originally collected
  • the data subject withdraws their consent and there is no other legal basis for further processing
  • the data subject objects to the processing (Art. 21 Para. 1 GDPR) and there are no overriding legitimate interests for further processing or the data subject objects to the processing in accordance with Art. 21 Para. 2 GDPR
  • the data has been processed unlawfully
  • deletion is required according to a legal obligation to which the person responsible is subject
  • the data have been collected in connection with the services offered by the information society in accordance with Article 8 (1) GDPR

If the personal data subject to the deletion obligation has been made public, we take appropriate appropriate measures, taking into account the costs and available technical means, to inform other responsible parties that the responsible party has requested the deletion of all links and duplication of this data. This does not apply if and to the extent that further processing is necessary.

Right to restriction of processing

Data subjects have the right to request the controller to restrict processing if

  • the person concerned contests the accuracy of the personal data for the period of time that the review takes
  • the processing is unlawful, but the data subject refuses to delete it and instead requests restricted processing
  • the data controller no longer needs the data for his processing purposes, but the data subject needs them in order to exercise, assert or defend legal claims
  • the person affected by the processing according to Art. 21 Para. 1 GDPR, but it has not yet been determined whether the controller’s legitimate interests prevail

Right to data portability (data portability) 

Data subjects have the right to receive the personal data that they have provided to them from the controller in a common, structured and machine-readable format. Data subjects also have the right to have this data transmitted by the responsible person to another responsible person without hindrance, or to transmit it themselves, provided that the processing requires consent in accordance with. Art. 6 para. 1 lit. a or Art. 9 Para. 2 lit. b GDPR is based and the processing is based on an automated process. This does not apply if the processing by the original controller to fulfill a public task that has been assigned to him,

Right to object  

Data subjects have the right to object to the processing of their personal data for reasons arising from their particular situation if this is based on the legal basis of Art. 6 Para. 1 lit. e or lit. f are processed. This also applies to profiling.

If the data subject raises such an objection, we will no longer process the personal data in question unless we can demonstrate that the rights, freedoms and interests of the data subject outweigh our own interests worthy of protection for further processing or the further processing serves our legal defense or the assertion or exercising legal claims.

If the data is processed by us for the purposes of direct advertising, the person concerned has the right to object at any time, which also relates to profiling, as long as and insofar as it is related to direct advertising.

If the person concerned raises such an objection to direct advertising, we will no longer process the personal data concerned.

In addition, data subjects have the right to object to the processing of their personal data for scientific, statistical or historical purposes (Art. 89 Para. 1 GDPR) for reasons that arise from their particular situation. This does not apply if the processing is in the public interest and is necessary to fulfill a task in this regard.

Notwithstanding Clause 13.9. This data protection declaration allows data subjects to exercise their right to object in connection with information society services using an automated process.

Right to not be subject to an automated individual decision including profiling 

Data subjects have the right not to be subject to a decision that is based solely on the automated processing of personal data concerning them, including profiling, and that has legal effects or is otherwise similarly significant and affects them. This does not apply if

  • such a decision is necessary to conclude or fulfill a contract between the person concerned and the person responsible
  • such a decision is permissible under the law to which the controller is subject and this right offers appropriate protective measures for the rights, freedoms and legitimate interests of the person concerned
  • the person concerned has expressly consented

If an automated individual decision to fulfill or initiate a contract is required or if it is based on consent, we take measures to protect the rights, freedoms and legitimate interests of the person concerned. This includes the right of the person concerned to require the person responsible to intervene, to be able to present their own position and to be able to contest the decision.

Right to withdraw consent 

Data subjects have the right to revoke their consent to the processing of personal data at any time.

Contact person for those affected 

In principle, data subjects can contact any of our employees to exercise the data subject rights mentioned in this section.

Privacy policy for Google Analytics with anonymization function

Our website uses components from Google Analytics, a web analysis service to collect, collect and evaluate data on the behavior of users of our website. In particular, the service collects data about the website from which the user has visited our website (referrer), which sub-pages the user has accessed and how long he has been on the respective pages. We use this data to improve our website and to analyze the cost-use of online advertising.

Google Analytics is operated by Google LLC, 1600 Amphitheater Pkwy, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States of America.

We have added the addition “_gat.anonymizeIp” to Google Analytics . This shortens and anonymizes the IP address of a user who accesses our website from the European Union or a contracting state to the Agreement on the European Economic Area.

Google Analytics analyzes the flow of visitors to our website, among other things, by using the transmitted data and information to provide us with detailed reports on the activities and behavior of the users of our website and to provide us with other services related to our website to offer.

Google Analytics places a cookie on the user’s computer system, which enables an analysis of the use of our website to be made. If the user calls one of our sub-pages on which Google Analytics is integrated, the user’s browser is prompted to transmit data to Google Analytics for the purpose of commission calculation and online advertising . In this way, Google Analytics receives personal data, such as the IP address of the user, in order to understand the origin of the users and the clicks in advertisements for commission statements.

The cookie collects and stores personal data (for example, the location from which our website was accessed, the time of access and its duration or the frequency of visits by the user). This data, including the IP address, is transferred to the United States of America and stored there. Google Analytics may pass this data on to third parties.

As shown in section 5 of our privacy policy, the person concerned can prevent the setting of cookies and delete cookies that have already been set. This also applies to cookies set by Google Analytics .

In addition, everyone concerned has the right to object to the processing of their personal data by Google Analytics on a permanent basis. To do this, the person concerned can load and install a browser addon at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout . This tells Google Analytics that the above-mentioned personal data may not be transmitted and is therefore considered an objection.

If the user’s computer system is later reset, formatted, deleted or reinstalled, the user must reinstall the browser add-on mentioned above to deactivate Google Analytics . The same applies if the addon has been uninstalled for whatever reason.

We would like to point out that there is a possibility that the general data and information mentioned in section 6 of this data protection declaration will be transmitted to the provider and that the provider will save it.

Google’s privacy policy can be found at https://www.google.de/intl/de/policies/privacy .

The privacy policy of Google Analytics can be viewed here: http://www.google.com/analytics/terms/de.html

A detailed description of the service is available here: https://www.google.com/intl/de_de/analytics/

Privacy policy for Facebook

Our website uses components of the social network Facebook . It is an online community that enables users to interact virtually and communicate with each other. For this purpose, users network via friendship requests and create profiles that contain private information and other data, such as photos, videos or similar. Facebook also enables its members to provide personal or company information.

Is operated Facebook by the company Facebook, Inc., 1 Hacker Way, Menlo Park, CA 94025, United States of America.

Responsible within the meaning of the GDPR is the company Facebook Ireland Ltd., 4 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbor, Dublin 2, Republic of Ireland, if the person concerned lives within the European Union.

If the user of our website calls up a subpage on which the Facebook plug-in is included, the user’s browser automatically downloads a representation of this Facebook component. In this context, Facebook gets knowledge of which subpage the user has accessed.

An overview of all available Facebook plugins can be viewed here: https://www.developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/?locale=de_DE

If the user is a member of the same Facebook and during the visit to our website at Facebook logged, know Facebook , which sub-pages of our website he visits, placing this information to his Facebook to profile. This also happens if the person concerned clicks a “Like” button or makes a comment using the components offered on our website.

The user can prevent the transmission of this data to Facebook if he ends his Facebook session and logs out before visiting our website.

Facebook’s data protection regulations are available here: https://de-de.facebook.com/about/privacy/

We would like to point out that there is a possibility that the general data and information mentioned in section 6 of this data protection declaration will be transmitted to the provider and that the provider will save it.

Facebook also provides documentation on what specific settings options are available for data protection and the protection of users’ privacy.

In addition, applications are available on the Internet that can be used to suppress and prevent data transmission to Facebook .

Privacy policy for Twitter

Our website uses components of the short message and microblogging service Twitter . It is an online community through which users can publish short messages, including photos or videos, limited to 280 characters and share them with other users (followers).

Twitter is operated by Twitter, Inc., 1355 Market St., Suite 900, San Francisco, CA 94103, United States of America.

If the user of our website calls up a subpage on which the Twitter plug-in is included, the user’s browser automatically downloads a representation of this Twitter component. In this context, Twitter gets knowledge of which subpage the user has accessed.

An overview of all available Twitter plugins and buttons can be viewed here: https://about.twitter.com/de/resources/buttons

If the user is a member of the same Twitter and during the visit to our website at Twitter logged, know Twitter , which sub-pages of our website he visits, placing this information to his Twitter to profile. This also happens when the person concerned clicks on a Twitter button using the components offered on our website .

The user can prevent the transmission of this data to Twitter if he ends his session on Twitter and logs out before visiting our website.

We would like to point out that there is a possibility that the general data and information mentioned in section 6 of this data protection declaration will be transmitted to the provider and that the provider will save it.

The data protection regulations of Twitter are available here: https://twitter.com/privacy?lang=de

Privacy Policy for Instagram

Our website uses components of the Instagram service , an audiovisual platform that enables users to share photos and videos and, if necessary, to transfer them to other social networks.

Instagram is operated by Instagram LLC, 1 Hacker Way, Building 14 First Floor, Menlo Park, CA, United States of America.

If the user of our website calls up a subpage on which the Instagram plugin is included, the user’s browser automatically downloads a representation of this Instagram component. In this context, Instagram receives knowledge of which subpage the user has accessed.

If the user is also a member of instagram and during the visit to our website at instagram logged, know instagram which sub-pages of our site he visits and these data assigns his instagram -profile to.

The user can prevent this data from being sent to instagram if he ends his session at instagram and logs out before visiting our website.

We would like to point out that there is a possibility that the general data and information mentioned in section 6 of this data protection declaration will be transmitted to the provider and that the provider will save it.

The privacy policy instagram can be found here: https://help.instagram.com/155833707900388

https://www.instagram.com/about/legal/privacy/

Privacy policy for Google+

Our website uses components of the Google+ social network . It is an online community that enables users to interact virtually and communicate with each other. For this purpose, users network via friendship requests and create profiles that contain private information and other data, such as photos, videos or the like. Google+ also allows its members to provide personal or company information.

Is operated Google+ by the company Google LLC, 1600 Amphitheater Pkwy, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States of America.

If the user of our website calls up a subpage on which the Google+ plug-in is included, the user’s browser automatically downloads a representation of this Google+ component. In this context, Google+ gets knowledge of which subpage the user has accessed.

An overview of available information about Google+ can be viewed here: https://developers.google.com/+/

If the user is a member of the same Google+ and during the visit to our website at Google+ logged, know Google+ which sub-pages of our site he visits and these data assigns his Google+ -profile to.

This also happens if the person concerned clicks on a “+1” button or makes a comment using the components offered on our website. Google+ stores this information and, if necessary, makes it publicly available in accordance with the terms and conditions accepted in advance by Google+. This information is stored, processed, among other things, in other Google services such as Google’s search engine, the user’s Google account or elsewhere, and is publicly displayed together with the user’s user name and the profile photo stored there. In addition, Google will link your visit to our website with all other personal data stored about the user. This is for the purpose of improving and developing Google’s services.

The user can prevent this data from being sent to Google+ if he ends his Google+ session and logs out before visiting our website.

We would like to point out that there is a possibility that the general data and information mentioned in section 6 of this data protection declaration will be transmitted to the provider and that the provider will save it.

The data protection provisions of Google+ are available here: https://www.google.de/intl/de/policies/privacy

Further explanations about Google+ can be found here: https://developers.google.com/+/web/buttons-policy

Privacy policy for LinkedIn

Our website uses components of the social network LinkedIn . It is an online community for business contacts, through which users can interact and communicate virtually and establish new business contacts. For this purpose, users network and create profiles that contain private and business information and other data such as photos or the like. LinkedIn also enables its members to provide personal or company information.

Is operated LinkedIn by the company LinkedIn Corp., 2029 Stierlin Court, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States of America.

If the person concerned lives within the European Union, the person responsible within the meaning of the GDPR is LinkedIn Ireland, Pricacy Policy Issues, Wilton Plaza, Dublin 2, Republic of Ireland.

If the user of our website calls up a subpage on which the LinkedIn plugin is included, the user’s browser automatically downloads a representation of this LinkedIn component. In this context, LinkedIn gains knowledge of which subpage the user has accessed.

An overview of all available LinkedIn plugins can be viewed here: https://developer.linkedin.com/plugins

If the user is a member of the same LinkedIn and during the visit to our website at LinkedIn logged, know LinkedIn , which sub-pages of our website he visited and these data assigns his LinkedIn -profile to. This also happens when the person concerned clicks a button using the components offered on our website.

The user can prevent the transmission of this data to LinkedIn if he ends his session at LinkedIn and logs out before visiting our website.

We would like to point out that there is a possibility that the general data and information mentioned in section 6 of this data protection declaration will be transmitted to the provider and that the provider will save it.

At https://linkedin.com/psettings/guest-controls , users have the option to unsubscribe from ads, or to manage their display settings, to unsubscribe from e-mail or SMS messages.

LinkedIn’s privacy policy can be found here: https://www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy

LinkedIn itself uses services such as Google Analytics, Quantcast, DoubleClick, BlueKai, Nielsen, Eloqua, Lotame and Comscore, which in turn can set cookies. These can be rejected at https://www.linkedin.com/legal/cookie-policy .

Privacy policy for YouTube

Our website uses components of the YouTube video portal . YouTube allows users to upload and publish video material free of charge and to view, rate and comment on other users’ video content through web streaming.

Is operated YouTube from the company YouTube LLC, 901 Cherry Ave., San Bruno, CA 94066, United States of America, a subsidiary of the company Google LLC, 1600 Amphitheater Pkwy, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States of America.

If the user of our website calls up a subpage on which the YouTube plug-in is included, the user’s browser automatically downloads a representation of this YouTube component. In this context, YouTube gains knowledge of which subpage the user has accessed.

An overview of YouTube services can be viewed here:  https://www.youtube.com/yt/about/de

If the user is a member of the same YouTube and during the visit to our site at YouTube logged, know YouTube , which sub-pages of our website he visited and these data assigns his YouTube -profile to. This also happens when the person concerned clicks on a YouTube button using the components offered on our website .

The user can prevent the transmission of this data to YouTube if he ends his session with YouTube and logs out before visiting our website.

We would like to point out that there is a possibility that the general data and information mentioned in section 6 of this data protection declaration will be transmitted to the provider and that the provider will save it.

YouTube’s data protection regulations are available here: https://www.google.de/intl/de/policies/privacy

Privacy policy for Google AdWords

Our website uses components from Google AdWords , an Internet advertising service provided by Google , which enables advertisers to place advertisements in Google’s search engine results and on its advertising network. Using Google AdWords , certain keywords can be defined in advance, so that an ad is only displayed when a user searches for keywords relevant to keywords. Within the Google advertising network , an automated algorithm that takes the previously defined keywords into account means that the ad only appears on relevant websites.

Operated is Google AdWords by the company Google LLC, 1600 Amphitheater Pkwy, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States of America.

The purpose of use is to advertise our website on the websites of third-party providers and in the search results of the Google search engine, as well as by displaying third-party advertisements on our website.

If a user reaches our website via such a Google ad, a conversion cookie is placed on their computer system. This is valid for 30 days and is unable to identify the user. Within the scope of its validity, this cookie makes it possible to understand whether sub-pages of our website are accessed. Both we and Google can use the cookie to recognize whether the advertisement in question has generated sales, i.e. whether an acquisition has taken place or not.

Google uses the data collected by the cookie to generate visit statistics for our website. We in turn use this data to determine the number of visitors that have been placed with us through such advertisements – i.e. to evaluate the extent to which an advertisement was successful or not and in this way to be able to improve unsuccessful advertisements for the future. Identification of the user is therefore not possible.

The cookie collects and stores personal data. This data, including the IP address, is transferred to the United States of America and stored there. Google AdWords may pass this data on to third parties.

As shown in section 5 of our privacy policy, the person concerned can prevent the setting of cookies and delete cookies that have already been set. This also applies to cookies set by Google AdWords .

In addition, users have the option to permanently object to interest-based advertising through Google AdWords . To do this, the user must access the following website from his browser and make the desired settings there: www.google.de/settings/ads

We would like to point out that there is a possibility that the general data and information mentioned in section 6 of this data protection declaration will be transmitted to the provider and that the provider will save it.

Google’s privacy policy can be found at https://www.google.de/intl/de/policies/privacy .

Privacy policy for Google Maps

Our website uses map material and components from Google Maps.
Google Maps is operated by Google LLC, 1600 Amphitheater Pkwy, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States of America.
We would like to point out that there is a possibility that the general data and information mentioned in section 6 of this data protection declaration will be transmitted to the provider and that the provider will save it.
Users who are simultaneously logged into their Google account while visiting the sub-pages of our website, on which the components of Google Maps are integrated, are advised that location and geodata are transferred to Google Maps. This data may be processed by Google Maps and possibly saved or assigned to the user account.
Users who want to object to the use of their geodata in this regard can do this by setting their browser or their mobile devices accordingly.
Users can prevent the use and transmission of their geodata by following the instructions at the following link:  https://adssettings.google.com / authenticated .
The data protection provisions of Google Maps are available here:  https://www.google.de/intl/de/ policies / privacy “

Privacy policy for Jetpack from WordPress

Our website uses components from Jetpack , a WordPress plugin that offers additional functionality on websites based on WordPress, such as visitor statistics, the display of similar articles and articles as well as the possibility to share them, security functions and functions for faster loading of graphics, photos and pictures.

Is operated jetpack of Automattic, Inc. 132 Hawthorne St., San Francisco, CA 94107, United States of America.

Automattic, Inc. again uses tracking technologies from Quantcast, Inc., 201 Third St., San Francisco, CA 94103, United States of America.

Jetpack places a cookie on the user’s computer system, which enables an analysis of the use of our website to be made. If the user calls one of our sub- pages on which Jetpack is integrated, the user’s browser is prompted to transmit data to Jetpack for the purpose of analysis and optimization . In this way, Jetpack gains knowledge of data with which the surfing behavior of the user is analyzed and visitor statistics are compiled. Jetpack does not use this data to identify the user. If this is desired, Jetpack is usedin any case, obtain the user’s prior consent. The data is also transmitted to Quantcast, Inc. for the same purposes.

As shown in section 5 of our privacy policy, the person concerned can prevent the setting of cookies and delete cookies that have already been set. This also applies to cookies set by Jetpack .

In addition, everyone concerned has the right to object to the processing of their personal data by Jetpack on a permanent basis. To do this, the person concerned can select the so -called opt-out button at https://www.quantcast.com/opt-out/ . This causes a so-called opt-out cookie to be set in the information technology system of the person concerned.

If the person concerned then deletes the cookies of his browser in the settings of his browser or via appropriate software as described in section 5, he must, in order to set an opt-out cookie from Jetpack again, the opt-out available under the link above. Select the button again.

If the data subject objects to the processing of their personal data by Jetpack by setting the appropriate opt-out cookie, our website may no longer be fully usable.

We would like to point out that there is a possibility that the general data and information mentioned in section 6 of this data protection declaration will be transmitted to the provider and that the provider will save it.

Jetpack’s privacy policy can be found at https://automattic.com/privacy and https://quantcast.com/privacy .

Legal basis for processing

The legal basis of Art. 6 Para. 1 lit. a) GDPR is relevant if the data subject’s consent to the processing of their personal data is available.

Processing of personal data that serves to fulfill a contract or to initiate a contract with the data subject is based on Art. 6 para. 1 lit. b) GDPR.

On Art. 6 para. 1 lit. c) GDPR is based on the processing of personal data if it is based on legal obligations to which we are subject, such as the fulfillment of tax obligations.

On Art. 6 para. 1 lit. d) GDPR is based on the processing of personal data if it is necessary to protect the vital interests of the data subject or another natural person. Such a case would exist if a visitor to our company premises were injured and we then had to transmit their name, age, health insurance data or other vital data to a doctor or a hospital.

Art. 6 Para. Lit. The interests, fundamental rights and freedoms of the data subject must not outweigh this.

Legitimate interests in the processing that are being pursued by the controller or a third party

When processing personal data on the basis of Art. 6 Para. 1 lit. f GDPR, we have a legitimate interest in doing business based on the well-being of our employees and shareholders.

Storage period of personal data

The yardstick for the duration of the storage of personal data is the legal retention period. After this period has expired, the respective data will be routinely deleted, provided that it is no longer required to fulfill or initiate a contract.

Legal or contractual regulations for the provision of personal data; Necessity for the conclusion of the contract; Obligation of the data subject to provide the personal data; possible consequences of not providing

The provision of personal data can result from contractual (e.g. information about the contractual partner) or legal (e.g. tax regulations) obligations. It may result that a data subject and personal data are available to conclude a contract, which we then process. For example, when a contract is concluded with our company, a person can be obliged to provide personal data. Failure to provide this data would make it impossible to conclude a contract.

The data subject can contact our company before providing personal data. We inform the data subject of whether the provision of this data is contractually or legally required, is necessary for this and what specific consequences a non-provision would have.

Existing automated decision making

As a responsible company, we consciously refrain from automated decision-making or profiling.

SSL

We use the common SSL (Secure Socket Layer) procedure in connection with the highest encryption level, which is supported by your browser. As a rule, this is a 256 bit encryption. If your browser does not support 256-bit encryption, I use 128-bit v3 technology instead. You can tell whether a single page of my website is being transmitted in encrypted form by the closed representation of the key or lock symbol in the lower status bar of your browser.

Conditions

German:

General delivery and business conditions

I. Validity The following general terms and conditions (hereinafter referred to as terms and conditions) apply to all orders, offers, deliveries and services carried out by the photographer.

  1. The following general delivery and terms and conditions (hereinafter referred to as terms and conditions) apply to all orders, offers, deliveries and services carried out by the photographer
  2. They are deemed to be agreed upon acceptance of the delivery or service or the photographer’s offer by the customer, but at the latest with the acceptance of the photographic material for publication.
  3. If the customer wants to contradict the terms and conditions, this must be declared in writing within three working days. Deviating terms and conditions of business of the customer are hereby contradicted. Different terms and conditions of the customer are not valid unless the photographer accepts them in writing.
  4. The terms and conditions apply in the context of an ongoing business relationship, even without express inclusion, for all future orders, offers, deliveries and services of the photographer, unless expressly agreed otherwise.

II. Custom productions

  1. As far as the photographer makes cost estimates, these are non-binding. If there are cost increases during production, the photographer should not report them until it becomes apparent that this can be expected to exceed the originally estimated total costs by more than 15%. If the planned production time is exceeded for reasons for which the photographer is not responsible, additional remuneration must be paid on the basis of the agreed time fee or in the form of a reasonable increase in the flat fee.
  2. The photographer is entitled to commission services from third parties, which must be purchased to carry out the production, in the name and with the authorization and for the account of the customer.
  3. Unless otherwise agreed, the photographs that are submitted to the customer for acceptance after the end of production are selected by the photographer
  4. If the photographer has not received any written notice of defects within two weeks of the delivery of the photos, the photos will be deemed accepted in accordance with the contract and free of defects.

III. Provided images (analog and digital)

  1. The general terms and conditions apply to any image material provided to the customer, regardless of the level of creation or the technical form. They also apply in particular to electronic or digitally transmitted image material.
  2. The customer acknowledges that the photographic material supplied by the photographer is a copyrighted photographic work within the meaning of Section 2 (1) (5) of the Copyright Act.
  3. Design proposals or conceptions commissioned by the customer are independent services that must be paid for.
  4. The photographic material provided remains the property of the photographer, even in the event that compensation is paid for it.
  5. The customer must treat the image material carefully and with care and may only pass it on to third parties for internal business purposes of viewing, selection and technical processing.
  6. Complaints regarding the content of the delivered shipment or the content, quality or condition of the image material must be reported within two weeks of receipt. Otherwise, the image material is deemed to have been received properly, in accordance with the contract and as recorded.

IV. Rights of use

  1. The customer basically only acquires a simple right of use for one-time use. Unless otherwise agreed, publications on the Internet or the posting in digital databases are limited in time to the duration of the publication periods of the corresponding or a comparable print object
  2. Exclusive rights of use, media-related or spatial exclusive rights or blocking periods must be agreed separately and require a surcharge of at least 100% on the respective basic fee.
  3. With the delivery, only the right of use is transferred for the one-time use of the image material for the purpose specified by the customer and in the publication and in the medium or data carrier which the customer has specified or which / -s / -r arises from the circumstances of the order placement. In case of doubt, the purpose of use is decisive, for which the photographic material was provided according to the delivery note or the shipping address
  4. Any use, exploitation, duplication, distribution or publication going beyond section 3 is subject to a fee and requires the prior express consent of the photographer. This applies in particular to: • a secondary use or secondary publication, especially in anthologies, product-related brochures, advertising measures or other reprints, any processing, modification or redesign of the image material, digitization, storage or duplication of the image material on all types of data media (e.g. magnetic, optical, magneto-optical or electronic carrier media such as CD-ROM, DVD, hard drives, memory, microfilm etc.), insofar as this does not only include the technical processing and management of the image material in accordance with Section III 5. GTC serves
  5. Changes to the image material through photo composing, montage or by electronic means to create a new copyrighted work are only permitted with the prior written consent of the photographer and only if marked with [M]. The image material may not be copied, reproduced, photographed or otherwise used as a motif.
  6. The customer is not entitled to transfer the rights of use granted to him in whole or in part to third parties, not even to other group or subsidiary companies. Any use, reproduction or distribution of the image material is only permitted provided that the copyright notice specified by the photographer is attached to the respective image without any doubt.
  7. The granting of rights of use is subject to the condition precedent of full payment of all payment claims of the photographer from the respective contractual relationship

V. Liability

  1. The photographer assumes no liability for the violation of the rights of depicted persons or objects, unless an appropriately signed release form is attached. The acquisition of rights of use beyond photographic copyright law, e.g. B. for illustrated works of fine or applied art as well as obtaining publication permits from collections, museums etc. is the responsibility of the customer. The customer is responsible for the text as well as the context resulting from the specific publication.
  2. The customer is responsible for the correct use of the image material from the time of delivery.

VI. Fees

  1. The agreed fee applies. If no fee has been agreed, it is determined according to the current image fee overview of the Mittelstandsgemeinschaft FotoMarketing (MFM). The fee is plus the applicable VAT
  2. With the agreed fee, the one-time use of the image material for the agreed purpose according to para. IV. 3 compensated.
  3. Costs and expenses incurred by the order (e.g. material and laboratory costs, model fees, costs for necessary props, travel costs, necessary expenses etc.) are not included in the fee and are charged to the customer.
  4. The fee claim is due upon delivery of the admission. If a production is delivered in parts, the corresponding partial fee is due with the respective delivery. The photographer is entitled to request installment payments for production orders in accordance with the scope of services provided.
  5. The fee according to VI. 1. Terms and conditions must also be paid in full if the picture material ordered and delivered is not published. If the recordings are used as a work template for layout and presentation purposes, subject to a different agreement, a fee of at least EUR 75.00 per recording will be charged.
  6. Offsetting or exercising the right of retention is only permitted with undisputed or legally established claims of the customer. Offsetting against contested but decision-ready counterclaims is also permitted.

VII. Return of the picture material

  1. Analog image material in the form supplied must be sent back unsolicited immediately after publication or the agreed use, but no later than 3 months after the delivery date; Two specimen copies must be attached. An extension of the 3-month period requires the written approval of the photographer.
  2. Digital data must always be deleted after use has been completed or the data carriers destroyed. The photographer is not liable for the existence and / or the possibility of a new delivery of the data.
  3. If, upon request or with the customer’s consent, the photographer only provides image material for the purpose of checking whether use or publication is possible, the customer must return analog image material within one month of receipt at the latest, unless the delivery note specifies otherwise. Digital data must be deleted or the data media must be destroyed or returned. An extension of this period is only effective if it has been confirmed in writing by the photographer.
  4. The return of the image material is done by the customer at his expense in the usual packaging. The customer bears the risk of loss or damage during transport until it arrives at the photographer.

VIII. Contractual penalty, compensation for damages

  1. For any unauthorized use (use without the consent of the photographer), use, reproduction or transfer of the image material, a contractual penalty in the amount of five times the usage fee must be paid for each individual case, subject to further claims for damages.
  2. If the copyright notice is omitted, incomplete, incorrectly placed or cannot be assigned, a surcharge of 100% is to be paid on the agreed or customary usage fee.

IX. General

  1. The law of the Federal Republic of Germany is deemed to be agreed, even for deliveries abroad.
  2. Subsidiary agreements to the contract or to these terms and conditions must be in writing to be effective.
  3. The possible nullity or ineffectiveness of one or more provisions of these terms and conditions does not affect the effectiveness of the remaining provisions. The parties undertake to replace the invalid provision with a corresponding effective provision that comes closest economically and legally to the intended regulation.
  4. The place of fulfillment and place of jurisdiction, if the customer is a full merchant, is the residence of the photographer.

English:

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF DELIVERY AND BUSINESS

I. Application

  1. The following Standard Terms and Conditions of Delivery and Business (hereinafter referred to as the Standard Terms and Conditions) shall apply to all of the orders, offers, deliveries, and services executed by the photographer.
  2. They shall be deemed to be binding on both parties upon acceptance of the photographer’s delivery, service or offer by the customer, however no later than upon the photographic material being accepted for publication.
  3. If the customer does not accept these Standard Terms and Conditions, it shall lodge written notification to this effect within three work days. Any alternative standard terms and conditions on the part of the customer are hereby rejected. Alternative Standard Terms and Conditions on the part of the customer shall be deemed to be void unless the photographer agrees in writing to be bound by them.
  4. In the absence of any express reference to the contrary, these Standard Terms and Conditions shall also apply to all of the photographer’s future orders, offers, deliveries and services under the ongoing business relationship notwithstanding the absence of any express reference to them.

II. Commission products

  1. Any cost estimates provided by the photographer shall be given without engagement. If any increase in costs occurs during production, the photographer shall only report such increase when it becomes evident that the original estimate of the total costs is likely to be exceeded by more than 15%. If the planned production period is exceeded for reasons beyond the photographer’s control, additional remuneration shall be paid on the basis of the agreed time-based fee or in the form of a reasonable increase in the flat-rate fee agreed upon.
  2. The photographer may commission third party services which are required for the execution of the production on behalf and for the account of the customer and with the customer’s authorization.
  3. Subject to any other provisions, the photographer shall be responsible for selecting the photographs to be presented to the customer for approval at the conclusion of production.
  4. The photographs shall be deemed to have been duly accepted in accordance with the terms of the contract and be free of any faults unless notification to the contrary is served upon the photographer within two weeks of submission of the photographs

III. Provision of photographic material (analog and digital)

  1. These Standard Terms and Conditions shall apply to all photographic material submitted to the customer regardless of its degree of completion or technical form. They shall expressly also apply to photographic material transmitted electronically or digitally.
  2. The customer acknowledges that the photographic material provided by the photographer constitutes copyright material as defined in Section 2 (1) No. 5 of the German Copyright Act.
  3. Any suggestions submitted by the customer concerning modifications or adjustments shall be deemed to constitute individual services which shall be subject to separate remuneration.
  4. The photographic material provided shall remain the photographer’s property notwithstanding the fact that consideration may have been received for it.
  5. The customer shall treat the photographic material carefully and may only make it available to third parties for internal business purposes, ie for viewing, selection purposes, and technical editing.
  6. Any complaints concerning the content of the delivery or the content, quality or state of the photographic material shall be lodged within 48 hours of receipt. Failing this, the photographic material shall be deemed to have been received in proper condition, in conformance with the contract and as described.

IV. Utilization rights

  1. The customer shall fundamentally only receive simple rights for one-time utilization. Subject to any other agreements, the right of publication on the Internet or inclusion in digital databases shall be limited to the duration of the publication period of the corresponding or a comparable printed item.
  2. Exclusive utilization rights, exclusive rights for certain geographic territories or periods of time shall be subject to separate agreement as well as a surcharge of at least 100% on top of the basic fee in question.
  3. Upon the photographic material being delivered, only the utilization rights shall be granted for one-time use of the photographic material for the purpose specified by the customer and in the publication, medium or data vehicle which has been stated by the customer or can be reasonably assumed in the light of the circumstances surrounding the placing of the order. In the case of any doubt, the purpose for which the photographic material has been supplied as evidenced by the delivery note or the recipient address shall be decisive.
  4. Any use, exploitation, dissemination, copying or publication going beyond the scope provided for in Section 3 above shall be subject to separate remuneration and require the photographer’s prior written approval. This shall particularly apply to • secondary exploitation or publication including but not limited to anthologies, product-related brochures, advertising or, in the case of any other types of reprinting, any editing of or modifications or changes to the photographic material, • digitalization, storage or duplication of the photographic material on data media of any type (eg magnetic, optic, magneto-optic or electronic media such as CD-ROM, DVD, hard disks, RAM, microfilms etc.) other than for the technical editing and management of the photographic material according to III 5. in,
  5. Any modifications to the photographic material using photo composing, mounting or electronic means to produce a new copyright work shall require the photographer’s prior written approval and shall be designated as such by [M]. In addition, the photographic material may not be copied in drawing form, recreated photographically or used in any other manner as a motive.
  6. The customer may not transfer the rights of utilization or any part thereof granted to it to any third parties unless these are members of its group or subsidiaries. All use, reproduction, and transfer of the photographic material shall be subject to the condition that the copyright information stipulated by the photographer be included in such a way that it can be clearly allocated to the picture in question.
  7. The grant of the rights of utilization shall be subject to the condition precedent of full settlement of all of the photographer’s claims for payment under the applicable contractual relationship.

V. Liability

  1. The photographer shall not be held liable for the breach of any rights held by persons or objects depicted in the photographic material unless a duly signed release is enclosed. The customer shall be responsible for acquiring the rights of utilization over and above the copyright to the photograph in question and for obtaining releases from collections, museums etc., eg for images showing works of applied or plastic arts. The customer shall be responsible for the legend as well as the context in which the photograph is used.
  2. The customer shall assume responsibility for the due and proper utilization of the photographic material as of the date of delivery.

VI. Fees

  1. The agreed fee shall apply. If no fee has been agreed upon, it shall be determined on the basis of the prevailing list of photographic fees issued by Mittelstandsgemeinschaft Foto-Marketing (MFM). The fee shall be subject to value-added tax at the applicable rate.
  2. The fee shall be deemed to constitute good consideration for the one-time utilization of the photographic material for the agreed purpose in accordance with Section IV.3.
  3. The fee shall not include any costs and expenses arising in connection with the order (eg cost of materials, laboratory, models, props, travel, other necessary expenses), which shall be borne by the customer.
  4. The fee shall be payable upon delivery of the photographs. If the results of the production are supplied in parts, the corresponding part payment shall fall due upon receipt of the corresponding delivery. In the case of commission productions, the photographer may request advance payments matching the percentage of completion of the production.
  5. The fee provided for in Section VI. 1 in shall be payable in full notwithstanding the fact that the photographic material ordered and supplied is not published. If the photographic material is to be used as a basis for layout and presentation purposes, a fee of at least € 75.00 shall be payable in the absence of any other agreement to the contrary.
  6. Only counter-receivables which are not disputed or have been upheld in a court of law may be netted or shall be subject to a right of retention. Moreover, county receivables which are disputed but on which a decision is soon to be made may also be netted.

VII. Return of photographic material

  1. Analog photographic material shall be returned in the form in which it was supplied immediately after it has been published or used for the agreed purpose provided that this is no later than three months after the date of delivery; two sample copies of the publication in which the photographic material appears shall be enclosed. An extension to this three-month period shall require the photographer’s written approval.
  2. Digital data shall be deleted and / or the data media destroyed upon completion of utilization. The photographer shall be under no duty to ensure the continued existence and / or possibility of renewed delivery of the data.
  3. If at the customer’s request or with its approval the photographer supplies photographic material solely for the purpose of determining whether it is suitable for use or publication, the customer shall return analog photographic material no later than one month of receipt in the absence of any other period stated on the consignment note. Digital data shall be deleted and / or the data media destroyed or returned. This period may only be extended with the photographer’s written consent.
  4. The customer shall return the photographic material at its own cost in standard packaging. The customer shall bear the risk of loss or damage during transportation until the photographic material reaches the photographer.

VIII. Penalties, damages

  1. In the event of any unauthorized utilization, use, reproduction or disclosure of the photographic material (ie without the photographer’s consent), the customer shall be liable to pay a penalty equaling five times the applicable fee for each individual instance, it being understood that this shall not operate to restrict any other remedies available to the photographer.
  2. If the copyright notice is missing,
  3. incomplete, in the wrong position or not possible of being clearly allocated to the picture in question, a surcharge of 100% of the agreed or customary fee shall be payable.

IX. General provisions

  1. The contractual relationship anticipated by these Standard Terms and Conditions shall be subject to German law including in the case of deliveries to foreign destinations.
  2. Any additions or modifications to these Standard Terms and Conditions shall be in writing only.
  3. If any of the provisions contained in are void, this shall not prejudice the validity of the remaining provisions. In such a case, the Parties undertake to replace the void provision with a valid one coming as commercially and economically close as possible to what they intended with the void provision.
  4. The place of fulfillment and the legal venue shall be the photographer’s domicile in cases in which the customer is a full merchant as defined by German commercial law.