Privacy

In the following, we would like to explain what data we collect about your person and what we do with it. We will also inform you about your data protection rights and explain whom you can contact with any questions regarding data protection.

Who we are

The data controller responsible for processing your data:
Lekkerland SE
Europaallee 57
50226 Frechen
Tel.: +49 2234 1821-0
Fax: +49 2234 1821-100
Email: info@lekkerland.com
Vorstand: Patrick Steppe, Hilmar Hübers
for questions regarding this privacy policy, the processing of your data, your rights or other matters in the field of data protection, our data protection office will be happy to assist.

Contact data of the data protection officer:
Lekkerland SE
The data protection officer
Europaallee 57
50226 Frechen
datenschutz@lekkerland.de

Scope

This privacy policy is valid for the websites

plustools.info
plus-tools.info
plus-tools.net
plus-tools.org
plustools.org
lokal.tips

It is intended for visitors to our website.

Our pages include links that lead to the websites of other operators which are not covered by this privacy policy.
The responsibility for overlaid advertising banners, texts or videos before or during embedded videos lies with the respective operator.

Do I have to enter my data?

When you visit our website, your user data is automatically saved. One part of the data recorded is necessary for
the use of the website. Additionally, we also process your data to protect our legitimate interests after weighing up the interests of all parties. This lets us continuously improve the services that we offer you. On the following pages, you will learn about what constitutes our interests and whether and how you can object to the use of your data or deactivate the use of it yourself.

To be able to use our services or send us an enquiry, you are asked to provide your personal data. You can decide for yourself whether you wish to use these services and provide your data for this purpose.
Of course, we only process your data for the purpose for which you provided it. We also offer services for which we only process your data if you have given us your consent for us to do so. Giving your consent is always voluntary. Once issued, consent can be revoked at any time.

Please note that if you provide details of other persons, you must first have obtained their consent and informed them of the purposes of the data transfer, as is explained in this privacy policy.

We ask you to also pass this information on to the persons whom you involve in the use of our services, for instance family members or authorised agents.

What data is processed?

I. Your visit to our website

When you visit our website, various data about your person is saved and processed.

  1. Processed data and purposes for processing:
    • Provision of services: In order to be able to visit and use our website, the data specified here must be collected.
    • Data security: Each visit to our website is saved in a log file. We collect and use this data for purposes of data security.
    • Optimisation and settlement of advertising measures including profiling: the data specified here is processed for the purpose of optimising and settling advertising measures and to enable the retargeting of our website visitors.
    • Display of videos/fonts: the data specified here must be collected in order to be able to use the videos embedded in our website and load the font in your browser.
      Data Provision of services Data security Optimisation and settlement of advertising measures including profiling Optimisation of the website including profiling Display of photos Display of videos/fonts
      IP address X X X X X
      Name of the file viewed X X X
      Transferred data volume X X X
      Website visited X X
      Referrer URL (the website visited last) X X X X
      Search terms that internet users entered on our website X
      The user agent sent by your browser X X X X X
      Session cookie X X X X
      Time and date of the visit X X X
      Time and date of the last user activity (for session timeout) X
      IDs for the identification of the advertising partner, the ad and the advertising material X
      Marketing channel X
      Current time X
      Time of the click X
      ID of the keyword (external search term) X
      ID of the visitor without personal reference X
      Operating system X
      Browser type
      Browser version
      Browser resolution (internal window size)
      Browser language
      Screen format
      Screen resolution including colour depth
      X X
      URL of the page visited/downloads
      Cookie on/off X X
      JavaScript on/off X X
      Plug-ins installed X
      Mouse movements within the browser window X
      Cookie for differentiating between first visits and subsequent visits X


      Additionally, the afore-mentioned data is used for the following purposes in the scope of a weighing up of interests (Article 6(1)(f) GDPR). The interests are specified below:

      1. If there is a security incident in our company that affects your data, we are obliged to report the case to the data protection authority responsible for us (Article 33 GDPR). As it is our legitimate interest to fulfil this legal obligation of notification as quickly as possible, it can happen that data about your person is processed in the process of resolving the respective security incident. The reports of such security incidents sent to data protection authorities do not contain any of your personal data.
      2. As it is in our interest to ensure the security of our systems, we perform regular security and effectiveness tests in which your afore-mentioned personal data may be processed.
      3. As it is in our interest to resolve legal disputes, we process your data in such cases as appropriate for the purpose. It is also in our interest in the event of legal disputes to retain evidence until all relevant legal limitation periods have expired in accordance with Sections 195 et seqq (German Civil Code). For this purpose, we store the relevant data about your person in accordance with these limitation periods. The deletion deadlines cannot be predicted in blanket fashion as they arise from the respective subject matter of the case and the corresponding legal limitation period, which can be up to 30 years. The regular limitation period is 3 years.
      4. Additionally, it is in our interest to pursue suspect cases and transfer relevant information to law enforcement authorities in the event of a concrete suspicion of a crime.
      5. We conduct audits, internal revisions and other inspection measures (for instance monitoring performed by the data protection officer), because it is our legitimate interest to comply with legal guidelines, create transparency about our business processes, continuously optimise these processes and prevent and recognise practices that are harmful to business. In this context it can happen that documents or files are processed that contain your personal data.
      6. We process your data to test IT systems and software products as well as perform data migrations. The data is processed to serve our legitimate interest in checking the correctness of new products and the correctness and completeness of data migrations.
  2. Information about automated individual decisions
    No automatic individual decisions are made.
  3. Legal basis for using your data
    • We process the data you enter under “Provision of services”, “Display of photos” and “Display of videos/fonts” for the fulfilment of our contract-like relationship with you, so that you can access and use our service, i.e. our website (Article 6(1)(b) GDPR)
    • Furthermore, we process you data to safeguard out legitimate interests (Article 6(1)(f) GDPR).
      1. It is in our interest to be able to ensure data security. For this purpose, the data of each visit is saved and analysed in a log file.
      2. It is our legitimate interest to optimise our advertising measures. For this purpose, cookies are placed and the specified data processed. We use the data collected by cookies to evaluate the effectiveness of our advertising measures. Furthermore, the cookies are used to settle with our service providers.
      3. It is our legitimate interest to optimise our website. For this purpose, cookies are placed and the specified data processed. We use the data collected by cookies to evaluate the usability of our website.

      You have the right to object to the processing of your data for the safeguarding of our legitimate interests for reasons arising from your specific situation. Please find more information under “Cookies and web tracking”.

  4. Deletion deadlines (or retention duration)
    • By closing your browser, session cookies are deleted automatically.
    • For technical reasons, we require your IP address to send the tracking pixel. It is not used for statistical purposes and is then immediately deleted/anonymised by our service provider (see Item 6 Data recipients).
    • The data used for the optimisation of our website including profiling is deleted after 26 months.
    • We use a cookie to be able to differentiate your subsequent visits to our website from your first visit. You can delete the cookie manually; otherwise, it will be deleted automatically 26 months after your last visit to our website and then placed again with a new ID on your next visit.
  5. Origin of the data
    No data is collected from third parties.
  6. Cookies and data protection regulations: This website uses cookies. You can delete these cookies at any time via your cookie settings or prevent them from being accepted.
    You can prevent data being collected by Google Analytics by clicking on the following link. An opt-out cookie is placed which prevents the future collection of your data when you visit our website:

    Changing your cookie settings

    You can find more information on terms of use and data protection under
    http://www.google.com/­analytics/terms/de.html
    as well as under
    http://www.google.com/intl/de/policies/.

    By clicking on the objection link, an opt-out cookie is placed. Please do not delete this cookie, because it lets us know that you have objected. If you use different browsers or PCs to visit our website, please click on the link in every browser individually.

II. Getting in touch and other services

  1. Processed data and purposes for processing

    In the following, we would like to explain for what reasons your data is processed data and if you send us a query of use our services.

    • Processing queries including via the contact form: We process the data that you give us when you have a question or query. This also includes the data that you enter in the contact form or send us via e-mail.
    • Map service: So that you are better able to find our partners, we offer you a map from the Google Maps map service.
    Daten Processing queries including via the contact form Your subscribed RSS feed Map service Facebook Connect Use of social plug-ins Survey
    Title X
    Name X
    E-mail address X X
    Topic X
    Message X
    Comment
    URL of your website
    Telephone number, mobile number X
    IP address X
    Browser type X
    Browser version X
    Plug-ins installed X
    Time of access X
    Operating system X
    Bildschirmauflösung
    Screen resolution including colour depth
    City X
    Address X
    Postcode X
    Product type X
    Public profile X
    Answer X


    Additionally, the afore-mentioned data is used for the following purposes in the scope of a weighing up of interests (Article 6(1)(f) GDPR). The interests are specified below:

    1. If there is a security incident in our company that affects your data, we are obliged to report the case to the data protection authority responsible for us (Article 33 GDPR). As it is our legitimate interest to fulfil this legal obligation of notification as quickly as possible, it can happen that data about your person is processed in the process of resolving the respective security incident. The reports of such security incidents sent to data protection authorities do not contain any of your personal data.
    2. As it is in our interest to ensure the security of our systems, we perform regular security and effectiveness tests in which your afore-mentioned personal data may be processed.
    3. As it is in our interest to resolve legal disputes, we process your data in such cases as appropriate for the purpose. It is also in our interest in the event of legal disputes to retain evidence until all relevant legal limitation periods have expired in accordance with Sections 195 et seqq (German Civil Code). For this purpose, we store the relevant data about your person in accordance with these limitation periods. The deletion deadlines cannot be predicted in blanket fashion as they arise from the respective subject matter of the case and the corresponding legal limitation period, which can be up to 30 years. The regular limitation period is 3 years.
    4. Additionally, it is in our interest to pursue suspect cases and transfer relevant information to law enforcement authorities in the event of a concrete suspicion of a crime.
    5. We conduct audits, internal revisions and other inspection measures (for instance monitoring performed by the data protection officer), because it is our legitimate interest to comply with legal guidelines, create transparency about our business processes, continuously optimise these processes and prevent and recognise practices that are harmful to business. In this context it can happen that documents or files are processed that contain your personal data.
    6. We process your data to test IT systems and software products as well as perform data migrations. The data is processed to serve our legitimate interest in checking the correctness of new products and the correctness and completeness of data migrations.
  2. Information about automated individual decisions

    No automatic individual decisions are made.
  3. Legal basis for using your data

    • We process your data as specified under “Processing enquiries including contact form” and “Map service” in the scope of a relationship of trust resembling a contractual agreement (Article 6(1)(b) GDPR). If you wish to use these services, we require the specified data to provide these services.
  4. Deletion deadlines (or retention duration)
    • We delete data that is collected to process enquiries 1 year after the matter is closed
    • For the preservation of evidence, we store data in the scope of the legal limitation periods in accordance with 195 et seqq. BGB. It is possible for the retention duration of your data to go beyond the duration specified above. The legal limitation periods can be up to 30 years. The regular limitation period is 3 years.
  5. Origin of the data No data is collected from third parties.

Who receives your data?

The following list specifies which organisations (“data recipients”) receive your data in which cases. You can read about which data this refers to in concrete terms in the respective chapters of this privacy policy. A transfer of your data may take place due to legal or contractual requirements. In other cases, we commission selected vicarious agents and service providers who work for us as data processors (in accordance with Article 28 GDPR) and who may receive access to your data to the extent required for the case at hand. Data processors are subject to numerous contractual obligations and, in particular, can only process your personal data on our instruction and only for the fulfilment of the orders we give them.

  • Auditors
  • Data protection officer
  • Service provider for the destruction of data carriers
  • Service provider for the optimisation of our website
  • Service provider for post and logistics (delivery)
  • Service provider for fonts
  • Service provider for advertising measures and advertisement optimisation
  • E-mail provider of the recipient (in the case of e-mail correspondence)
  • IT service providers
  • Lawyers, law enforcement authorities, public prosecutors, courts of law, opposing lawyers, state or federal offices of criminal investigation (in the case of legal disputes and concrete suspicion of a crime)
  • Telecommunication providers (when we communicate by phone)

Data recipients in non-EU countries

  • Google Analytics: The information generated about your use of this website is usually transferred to a Google server in the US and saved there. On this website, IP anonymisation has been activated, so that your IP address is first shortened by Google within member states of the European Union or other EEA countries. Only in exceptional cases is the full IP address transferred to a Google server in the US and saved there. For more information about the handling of personal data by Google, please refer to the relevant privacy policy of Google LLC.
  • This website uses Google Maps API, a map service provided by Google LLC (“Google”), to display an interactive map. By using Google Maps, information about your use of this website (including your previously shortened IP address) may be transferred to a Google server in the US and saved there. For more information about the handling of personal data by Google, please refer to the relevant privacy policy of Google LLC.
  • To display videos, the data specified is transferred to YouTube. For more information about the handling of personal data by YouTube, please refer to the relevant privacy policy of YouTube LLC.

The EU commission determine which non-EU countries possess an appropriate level of data protection. The EU commission recognises companies in the US who participate in the EU–US Privacy Shield framework as data recipients with an appropriate level of data protection. This agreement between the US and the EU ensures that the data protection regulations in place for the processing of data by US companies bound by the EU–US Privacy Shield framework ensure an equivalent level of data protection to that of the European Union. According to statements made by the companies, Google LLC, YouTube LLC and Adobe Systems Incorporated all participate in the EU–US Privacy Shield framework. Information on suitable or appropriate guarantees and on how to obtain a copy of these or where they are available can be obtained upon request using the contact information provided above.

Your rights

You have the legal right to:

  • Information on the personal data saved by you (Article 15 GDPR)
  • Correction and completion of your data held by us (Article 16 GDPR)
  • Erasure (Article 17 GDPR)
  • Restriction of processing (Article 18 GDPR)
  • Data portability (Article 20 GDPR)
  • Revocation of any consent granted (Article 7 GDPR) with effect for the future. The legitimacy of data processed up until the point of revocation remains unaffected.
  • Furthermore, you have the right to present your own standpoint and dispute a decision based on automated processing (Article 22 GDPR).
  • You have the right to object to the processing of your data for the preservation of our legitimate interests or the legitimate interests of third parties (Article 21 GDPR) – you have the right to object to such processing at any time for reasons that arise from your specific situation; this also applies for profiling based on these provisions within the meaning of Article 4(4) GDPR.
  • Objection to direct advertising – you have the right to object to the processing of your data for the purpose of direct advertising, at any time and without specifying reasons.

To exercise these rights, you can contact us using the afore-mentioned contact details.

If you do not want your data to be collected when you visit our website, you can read how to disable the collection of data under “Cookies and web tracking”.

You also have the legal right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory data protection authority (Article 77 GDPR).