We appreciate your interest in our website. We take the protection of your personal data seriously. That is why we process your personal data according to the rules contained in the General Data Protection Regulation. This website collects various data and information about you.
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If you should have questions or suggestions about data protection, please contact us by e-mail on email@example.com
2.1. We process your personal data (name, address, telephone number and e-mail) on the basis of your contact with us (contact form, e-mail or telephone), on the basis of your consent (Article 6, sub-section 1 (a) of the GDPR) to the extent described in this consent and for the processing purposes described therein, e.g. that your consultant or the consultant’s team lead uses your contact details.
2.2. On the basis of the fulfilment of a contract or actions that precede the conclusion of such a contract (Article 6, sub-section 1 (b) of the GDPR), we process your personal data in order to perform the following:
2.3. To protect our legitimate interests, especially to protect our IT infrastructure, guarantee satisfactory customer communication and promote the sale of our products (Article 6, sub-section 1 (f) of the GDPR), we process your personal data in order to perform the following:
2.4. In special cases we may also use your personal data to fulfil our legal obligations (Article 6, sub-section 1 (c) of the GDPR) to protect vital interests (Article 6, sub-section 1 (d) of the GDPR) or to perform a task in the public interest (Article 6, sub-section 1 (e) of the GDPR).
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Use of Facebook interfaces If you are logged into Facebook when you visit our site, the supplier may transfer the visit to your network account. If you use plug-in features (e.g. clicking the Like button, posting a comment), this information is also transferred from your browser directly to Facebook and stored there, if applicable. The purpose and scope of data collection and further network processing and use of the data can be found in the Facebook Data Policy: https://facebook.com/policy.php
We collect data in order to provide you with the corresponding features on our website or to respond to your enquiries. If you have provided these data, you are not under obligation to provide the voluntary information described above. Without these data we may, however, not be able to make the corresponding features on our website available to you or process your enquiries.
5.2. Other data delegation We further only disclose your personal data without your consent when this is legal. Data delegation may be legal, especially in the following instances: Processing is required in order to fulfil a legal obligation or it is in Sylvest & Co’s legitimate interest, e.g. due to corresponding requests for data from the authorities. Processing is required to protect your vital interests or those of others. Processing is often required in order to complete a task that is in the interest of the general public or to exercise public authority that has been delegated to Sylvest & Co.
5.3. Data transfers to third countries Sylvest & Co does not use analytical tools to transfer tools to countries outside the European Economic Area (‘third countries’).
7.1. The right of information You have the right at any time on request to receive information from us on personal data that relate to you that we have processed within the framework of Article 15 of the GDPR.
7.2. The right to rectification You have the right to request immediate rectification of personal data relating to you if they are incorrect.
7.3.The right to erasure You have the right to request that we erase personal data about you subject to the conditions contained in Article 17 of the GDPR. These conditions apply in particular if the respective processing purpose has been achieved or otherwise ceases to apply, and if we process your data unlawfully, if you have withdrawn your consent unless the data processing can continue on a different legal basis, if you successfully object to the data processing (see sub-section 7.6), and in the event of obligation to erase pursuant to EU legislation or legislation in an EU member state to which we are subject.
7.4. The right to restrict processing You may, pursuant to Article 18 of the GDPR require that we restrict our processing of your personal data. This right applies in particular if the accuracy of your personal data is disputed, if you request restricted processing instead of erasure according to the provisions for legitimate request for erasure (sub-section 7.3) and in the event that the data are no longer required for the purposes we are pursuing, but you need the data in order to invoke, exercise or defend your legal rights, and if an objection in a case that is being upheld continues to be disputed.
7.5. The right to data portability Pursuant to Article 20 of the GDPR, you have the right to receive the personal data that relate to you that you have given us in a structured, general, machine-readable format and to disclose these data to another data controller.
7.6. The right to object
7.7. Exercise of these rights If you wish to exercise these rights, please contact us by e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org
7.8. The right of consent withdrawal If you have given your consent to our processing of your personal data, you may at any time withdraw your consent, e.g. by sending an e-mail to email@example.com
or by clicking on the respective newsletter for the corresponding consent. We will from this date cease to process your personal data unless we are performing such data processing on a different legal basis (e.g. in order to be able to continue to fulfil contracts with you).
7.9. The right to appeal You further have the right to appeal to a regulatory authority, particularly in the member state in which you reside, work or the place in which the alleged breach has taken place, if you believe that the processing of your personal data is in breach of the GDPR