Here you can find the privacy statement in technical language:
What is data?
Data is information about you, such as your name, date of birth or address. Your data is protected by defined measures. The measures are observed by us and others. The measures are legally regulated in the General Data Protection Regulation, DSGVO for short. It states who is responsible for data protection in general. It also states when we may process and store information. It is also explained for what purpose and to what extent this applies.
The GDPR requires that we tell you what we do with your data.
Who is responsible?
The ASA-FF e.V. is responsible for data protection compliance.
If you have any questions, please contact us:
Zietenstraße 2A I 09130 Chemnitz
You can find more information about the responsible person in the imprint. It is required by law to have a imprint on the homepage. All important persons are listed there. The imprint informs, for example, who owns the homepage and who is legally responsible.
To protect your data, there is also a:n data protection officer:n. You still have questions? Contact the Data Protection Officer of Saxony:
Saxon Data Protection Commissioner
Devrientstraße 5 I 01067 Dresden
The General Data Protection Regulation always applies. No matter if you visit our homepage from your cell phone or from your computer.
Article 4of the GDPR says how data may be used. The Foundation Garage will use your data as prescribed in the article.
We change the privacy statement, for example, when new laws are enacted. Or if we have changes in the use of data. Then your agreements with us can also change. If that happens, we may only continue to use your data with your consent.
How we handle data on our homepage
Our homepage works with your data. That is called data processing. We need these:
- To make you see the page. So that we can send you newsletters.
- For the application process.
- When we want to write or talk to each other
- To enable us to respond to inquiries.
- For inquiries about renting rooms.
- To see how many people view our homepage
We process this data on our homepage:
- Email addresses
- Names and addresses
- How often the homepage is clicked
- Contact data in the application form
- Data of people who apply to us (e.g. cover letter, resume)
- Data for transfers (eg bank details, invoices)
That we may process your data is firmly regulated in the DSGVO. This is the only way we can offer our homepage. We process the data of our:
- Business partners:inside
- Persons, if we have a membership or other business relationship with them.
We also collect and process your data because we have a legitimate interest. You can see what counts as legitimate interest here. For example, we want to publicly show what we do at Gründungsgarage Chemnitz.
We only process your data if we have your permission. We also do this only as allowed by the regulation. We delete data that is no longer important for our business purposes.
Whenever you visit our homepage, your data is processed. Data is then sent to our server via your browser. This data includes information about the type and version of your browser and your operating system.
When you are on the Internet, your activities are recorded with the so-called IP number. We cannot see your IP number.
We only do this data processing so that we know how often our offers are used on the Internet. But we do not know which data belongs to which person. That we are allowed to do so is Contacts. You have no disadvantages if you do not enter your data.
What are cookies?
Cookies are information from homepages you have viewed. The cookies are stored on your computer. Cookies are only valid as long as you are viewing the homepage. After that they will be deleted again.
How we handle cookies
With cookies you can see how many people visit a homepage. This is called reach measurement. So one can make advertisement for own offers. The advertising then suits the particular person.
How we provide and maintain our offers on the homepage
We want to provide you with our homepage securely. That’s why we work with a web hosting provider. Our provider is STRATO, from whose servers our homepage is accessed. When you access our homepage or contact us through it, your data is processed. For example, your IP address.
Data when registering for events and programs
When you participate in an event or program of ours, we need your data. Sometimes your first and last name is enough. But sometimes we need more information, such as your date of birth or address.
The data will only be used for this purpose and for internal evaluation. If you do not agree, you will not be able to participate in our offers.
Data for the newsletter
In our newsletter you will find information about the Gründungsgarage Chemnitz and similar topics. Only with a registration you have access to the newsletter. You can write us an email or register for our newsletter via our homepage. Then we store your data, but only so that you get the newsletter. Your data will not be shared.
When you then sign up for the newsletter, you will receive an email. There it says that you have to confirm the registration. This is all stored by us. Once you sign up for the newsletter, you agree that we store your data. From then on, we will also send you our newsletter.
If you no longer agree, you can simply unsubscribe from the newsletter. This can be done via our homepage. Or you can unsubscribe via a link that you will always find at the end of each newsletter. Your data will then be deleted automatically.
We would like to know how many people look at our newsletter. That is why we store this number. However, we do not know in any case who has viewed the newsletter and when that was. We only know how many people there were in total and what was viewed. We do that according to the following articles: here, hereand here.
Data in the application process
The application process requires that you voluntarily provide us with the necessary data. What information is required can be found in the job description. Or in the case of online forms, it results from the information provided there. For example, your name, address, contact options and your qualifications from your resume.
You can send us your documents via our online form. The data will be transmitted to us in encrypted form. You can also send us an e-mail. However, emails are not encrypted on the servers they are sent and received from. For more information, see Article 9 of the GDPR.
Data of contact
When you send us an e-mail or use the contact form, we process your data in accordance with the Regulation. If you want to contact us in another way, your data will also be processed by us. For example, via telephone or social media. We only use your data when we need it for our work. For example, so that we can respond to you.
Data in video conferences, online meetings, webinars and screen sharing
When we conduct digital conferences via video and audio, we use platforms and applications from other providers. We comply with legal requirements when selecting providers. When you attend such an event hosted by us, your data (for example, name, email address) is processed. Your data may also be processed for digital security.
Data in advertising
We process your data to inform you about our offers. We use various channels for this, such as e-mail, telephone, mail or fax. We do this in accordance with the legal requirements. You can always say that you do not agree. You can also say that your data should be permanently deleted. Otherwise, we usually store your data for up to three years.
Right of rectification: If your data is incorrect, you can have it corrected. That’s in the articles here, here and here. If your data has been used when you did not consent, you can complain. Responsible for this is the supervisory authority of the State Commissioner for Data Protection. You can find the contact of the Saxon Data Protection Commissioner here. If you want to withdraw your consent, you can always do so according to Article 7 of the GDPR.
Right to object: You can say that you do not want your data to be processed by us. It’s here.
Deleting data: Your data will be deleted when we no longer need it. And when there are no laws that require us to keep the data. If your data is not deleted, they are only blocked. For example, data in an online store must be kept.
Online marketing and web analytics
We process your data to promote our offers online. Based on your activities on our homepage, we can see what interests you. We use this information to adapt our offers. For this purpose, we create profiles and group the information of all users of our homepage. For example, which content has been viewed or which web pages have been visited. If you have agreed to share your location, we can also process this information.
We also store your IP address. We do not know who you are, but see, for example, only what content you have viewed. As a rule, your information is stored in the form of cookies. These can be stored for a period of two years.
We use a provider for web analytics. The provider is Google Analytics. When selecting the provider, we observe the legal requirements.
Social media offers
We do not share important information with Facebook and Instagram.
By not checking the Facebook checkbox, you can hide your IP number. Or just turn off your privacy switch.
Facebook promises to comply with European privacy law.
Your computer will only connect to Facebook if you agree. Then a module loads. We do not know what data is collected by Facebook. Through the module, Facebook knows that you are online. Everything you do on Facebook is stored. Facebook knows your IP number, even if you are not a member on the platform.
Facebook says they store IP numbers without names. If you don’t want Facebook to collect your data, you need to log out. And delete the cookies.
If you have Facebook loaded, there is a cookie on your computer. You can delete the cookie via the “Disable Facebook Plugin” privacy link.
On Instagram, you can also upload photos. Features of Instagram become active when you agree.
We’ll delete your data if you want us to. Or, if we no longer need it for our work. Sometimes we do need to keep it because it is so required by law. For example, because of tax law. Then we also follow the data protection regulations.
We want to protect your data as much as possible. We do this in various ways and is required by the Basic Data Protection Act. So no one can falsify or destroy the data. Especially the transfer of data between your computer and us is protected.
Do you have any questions? Then drop us an email: email@example.com
Home page details
You can find the details for the homepage in the imprint.