Privacy Policy

Legal Basis

Data privacy is ruled by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the German Federal Data Protection Act (Bundesdatenschutzgesetz - BDSG).

Responsible Party

This privacy policy applies to the processing of data by:

conis Informationssysteme GmbH
Am Volkspark 75
10715 Berlin
E-Mail: info@conis.de

including the web site of the Tablevert open source project, as far as it is provided by conis.

Collected Data

We do not collect any personal data from you when you visit the conis web site or the tablevert.org web site hosted by us. When calling our site, your IP address is anonymized and temporarily stored for logging purposes. We do not save any other personal data which you transmit automatically when calling our site. We do not use cookies, nor do we apply any web analytics or tracking tools.

Personal data which you send us in other ways, e.g. by sending us an email, are saved to the extent required in order to lawfully and reasonably run and maintain our business. We consider it our legitimate interest to preserve your individual written communication with us and to remember it in case our mutual contact is resumed. We will not misuse your data for advertisement nor shall we sell it to anyone, except in the case our company is sold altogether.

Your Rights According to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The paragraphs below inform you about your rights granted by the GDPR regardless of the extent to which, if at all, we actually collect your personal data.

In accordance with GDPR article 15 you have the right to demand a confirmation as to whether we process personal data in relation to you.

In accordance with GDPR article 16 you have the right to immediately demand the rectification or completion of personal data that is stored within a company in relation to you.

In accordance with GDPR article 17 you have the right to demand the immediate erasure of personal data that is saved within a company in relation to you. However, the erasure may be denied for one or more of the reasons defined in the GDPR.

In accordance with GDPR article 18 you have the right to demand a restriction of the processing of personal data that is stored at a company in relation to you. However, the restriction may be denied for one or more of the reasons defined in the GDPR.

If companies give personal data to third parties, the company must inform the recipients if personal data has been corrected or deleted according to GDPR article 19. You have the right to request to which recipients this information went from the company.

Should you have provided a company with personal data in an automated process, you have the right to receive this stored personal data in a structured, current and machine-readable format or to demand the transfer of this data to another responsible party according to GDPR article 20, where technically feasible.

In accordance with GDPR article 21 and to the extent defined there you have the right to object to the processing of personal data within a company.

In accordance with GDPR article 7 paragraph 3, you also have the right to withdraw your given consent of the processing of personal data from a company.

In accordance with GDPR article 22 you also have the right not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling.

Should a company store any of your personal data, the company has to inform you immediately if the protection of your data has been infringed upon according to GDPR article 34.

According to GDPR article 77, you have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.

State: May 2019