Datenschutz

Privacy Statement

We take the protection of your personal data very seriously. In this Privacy Statement we, AMCM GmbH (“We”) will inform you about how we process and use your personal data and on the specific rights you have in connection with your personal data.

One of the main purposes of this Privacy Statement is to fulfil transparency obligations under Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation, “GDPR”). For this reason we use certain technical terms also used in the GDPR in the context of this Privacy Statement. These and other terms repeatedly used in this Privacy Statement will be explained to you below in Section 2.

Many of our customers are organisations and companies (so-called legal entities). If you contact us as an employee of an organization or a company, we will store and process the categories of data described hereinbelow generally in relation to this organization or company, but may link it to the information that you are employed by such organization or company and are our contact person.

 

1.           Name and Address of the Data Controller, Contact Details for the Data Protection Officer, and Supervisory Authority

1.1.         This Privacy Statement describes the data processing for which we are the controller within the meaning of the GDPR. You will find our contact details below:

AMCM GmbH
Petersbrunner Str. 1b
D-82319 Starnberg
Tel. +49 8151 36854-0
Fax +49 8151 36854-99
E-Mail amcm@amcm.com
Website: www.amcm.com

1.2.         You can contact our data protection officer at any time with any questions about data protection. Our data protection officer’s name and contact details are as follows:

Sabina Hrnjica-Ceman (Group Data Protection Officer)
EOS GmbH Electro Optical Systems
Robert-Stirling-Ring 1
82152 Krailling
E-Mail: datenschutz@amcm.com

1.3.         The data protection supervisory authority responsible for us is:

Bavarian State Office for Data Protection Supervision (Bayerisches Landesamt für Datenschutzaufsicht)

Address:
Promenade 27 (Schloss)
91522 Ansbach
Germany

Postal address:
Postfach 606
91511 Ansbach
Germany

Contact details:
Telephone: +49 981 53 1300
Fax: +49 981 53 98 1300
E-Mail: poststelle@lda.bayern.de

If you wish to file a complaint, you can also use the complaint form available at https://www.lda.bayern.de/de/beschwerde.html.

 

2.           Definitions

For ease of reading, we use various technical terms in this Privacy Statement which have the following meaning throughout this Privacy Statement:

Anonymization
means rendering personal data anonymous in such a manner that the data subject is not or no longer identifiable taking into account all means reasonably likely to be used, such as singling out, either by the controller or by another person, to identify the natural person directly or indirectly.

Consent
is your clear affirmative act establishing a freely given, specific, informed and unambiguous indication of your agreement to the processing of your personal data. For clarification: If processing requires consent, we will obtain this separately. Taking note of this Privacy Statement does not replace consent.

Controller
Refers to us, as the entity which, alone or jointly with others, determines the purposes and means of the processing of personal data.

Data Subject
is you, i.e. the natural person to whom the personal data refers.

Direct Marketing
is any marketing by which we approach you directly, for example by post or (if permissible) by telephone, e-mail or fax;

FDPA
is the German Federal Data Protection Act.

GDPR
is Regulation (EU) 2016/679, also known as the General Data Protection Regulation.
You can find the full text here: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=CELEX:32016R0679

Group of Undertakings
comprises EOS Holding AG, Robert-Stirling-Ring 1, 82152 Krailling and all of its subsidiaries (as we are one). You can find a list of companies currently belonging to the EOS group of undertakings here.

Guarantee(s)
includes standard data protection clauses adopted by the Commission, codes of conduct approved by the supervisory authority, and, in relation to the USA, the Privacy Shield Program, and all other measures intended to ensure an adequate level of protection with respect to data protection.

Personal Data
is any information relating to an identified or identifiable data subject. The term “identifiable” refers to those who can be identified directly or indirectly, especially by assignment to an identifier or to one or more special characteristics.

Processing
means any operation or set of operations which is performed on personal data or on sets of personal data, whether or not by automated means, such as collection, recording, organisation, structuring, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available, alignment or combination, restriction, erasure or destruction.

Processors
are other entities which process personal data on our behalf.

Profiling
is any form of automated processing of your personal data evaluating personal aspects, in particular to analyse or predict aspects concerning your personal preferences or interests, reliability or behaviour, location or movements.

Pseudonymisation
means the processing of personal data in such a manner that it can no longer be attributed to a specific data subject without the use of additional information, whereby this additional information is kept separately and is subject to technical and organisational measures to ensure that the personal data are not attributed to an identified or identifiable natural person.

Recipients
are other entities to which we may disclose personal data, irrespective of whether they are third parties.

Restriction of Processing
is the restriction of processing of stored personal data such that they are only processed with your consent or for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims or for the protection of the rights of another natural or legal person or for reasons of important public interest and that you are informed before this restriction is lifted.

Special Categories of Personal Data
include, in accordance with Article 9 of the GDPR, data revealing racial and ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs or trade union membership, as well as genetic data, biometric data for the purpose of uniquely identifying a natural person, data concerning health or data concerning a natural person’s sex life or sexual orientation.

Third Party
is anyone who is not a data subject, a controller or a processor;

Unsafe Third Country
is any country outside the European Economic Area for which the Commission has not decided that it offers an adequate level of data protection.

 

3.           Processing in the Context of our Website

In this Section we will inform you about how we process and use personal data in relation to you which we collect in connection with our website, and on the specific rights you have in this respect.

3.1.        Processing in the Context of Use of our Website

3.1.1.     When you visit our website, our web server will temporarily record the domain name or IP address of the requesting computer, the access date, the file request of the client (file name and URL), the HTTP response code and the website from which you are visiting us, the number of bytes transferred during the connection and, if applicable, other technical information that we use and statistically evaluate for the technical implementation of the website’s use (delivery of the content, guaranteeing the website’s functionality and security, protection against cyberattacks and other abuses).

It is necessary to store and process the information referred to above for the duration of your session in order to deliver our website content to your computer.

We also store some of this information in the log files of our servers. We will not combine this information with your IP address or other personal data relating to you. Log files are deleted after 30 days.

This processing will take place for the fulfilment of the existing contract of use with you (legal basis for processing: Art. 6 no. 1 lit. b) of the GDPR), as far as it serves the purpose of the technical implementation of the website’s use and to otherwise protect our legitimate interest in making our website as user-friendly, safe and attractive as possible (legal basis for processing: Art. 6 no. 1 lit. f) of the GDPR).

3.2.       Processing in the Context of Use of the Contact Form

3.2.1.     Our website contains a contact form which you can use to submit communications to us on a voluntary basis.

3.2.2.     If you provide us with personal data via the contact form for a purpose beyond the use of the website, such as sending an offer or product information, we will also store and process this data for this purpose. In order to find more information on how we store and process such data, you will need to refer to the Section of this Privacy Statement that is pertinent to the respective purpose (especially Section 4 et seq.).

3.3.       Additional Recipients and Guarantees

3.3.1.     We share data with other companies of our group of undertakings. For further information on this and on the safeguards we have put in place in this respect, please refer to Sec. 7 below.

3.3.2.     All communications will be sent to the address you have provided. If you or your communication provider are located in an unsafe third country, the transfer will be made to fulfill the contract with you and in accordance with your instructions (legal basis for processing: Art. 49 no. 1 lit. a) and b) of the GDPR).

3.3.3.     Our website may contain references to third parties’ offers in the form of links, advertising banners or the like. If you follow these links (usually by clicking on the link or advertising banner), you will be directed to third-party offers. We would like to point out that providers of such offers may be in an unsafe third country and that clicking on such links may therefore lead to a transfer of information to such a country, that we are not the controller with respect to such third party offers and have not agreed any guarantees with the controllers’ of such third party offers regarding data protection and that only the data protection policies of the third party as the controller will apply to these offers. Although we do not pass on any personal data to such providers or their service providers ourselves, they can draw conclusions from the fact that you come from our website when you click on an advertisement.

3.3.4.     We also refer to Sections 8 et seq. for further information regarding the possible recipients and retention periods of the above information.

3.4.       Additional Information on Purposes and Retention Periods

If you communicate with us through the website, and you are already a customer, or if a customer relationship is subsequently established, the information from the registration or submitted through the contact form will also be stored in your customer account and processed and used as part of your customer account and the information in Section 5 will apply.

If a customer relationship does not exist and is not subsequently established, we will also store your registration and the object of your interest in our database of prospective customers and the information in Section 4 will then apply.

If you submit information that we must collect as part of our legal product monitoring obligation, please take note of the information contained in Section 9.3.4.

 

4.           Processing in the Context of our Database of Prospective Customers

4.1.         In this Section we will inform you about how we process and use the personal data in relation to you that we collect when you express an interest in our products or services through the website and on the specific rights you have in this respect.

4.2.        If you express your interest in our products or services by making an enquiry, we will store your contact data and the subject of your interest in a separate database for prospective customers.

4.3.        We will store and process this data in order to process your inquiry and also to protect our legitimate interest in improving our deliveries and services to meet your individual requirements, promoting the sale of our products and services and possibly offering you additional products or services in line with your interests (legal basis for processing: Art. 6 no. 1 lit. f) of the GDPR).

4.4.        We may process data on prospective customers in the context of “know your customer”, anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, anti-terror and export control or similar screenings or audits in order to perform our compliance obligations and give effect to our compliance policies. The legal basis for such audits and screenings is the fulfilment of a legal obligation, where they are legally required (legal basis for processing: Art. 6 no. 1 lit. c) of the GDPR), and otherwise our legitimate interest in avoiding business relationships which we consider to violate our ethical standards (legal basis for processing: Art. 6 no. 1 lit. f) of the GDPR).

4.5.        If a customer relationship is established, the data will be transferred to our customer database (cf. Section 5). If no customer relationship is established, the data will be deleted 2 years after the last correspondence with you.

4.6.        We share data with other companies of our group of undertakings. For further information on this and on the safeguards we have put in place in this respect, please refer to Sec. 7 below.

4.7.        We also refer to Sections 8 et seq. for further information regarding the possible recipients and retention periods of the above information.

4.8.        You can object to the use of your data for direct marketing purposes at any time (cf. Section 10.7).

 

5.           Processing in the Context of our Customer Database

5.1.         In this Section we will inform you about how we process and use personal data in relation to you that we store in our customer database and on the specific rights you have in this respect.

5.2.        We will set up a customer account in our customer database if a customer relationship exists or is established with you. The customer account contains your master data (name, address, account etc.). All correspondence and documents (correspondence, orders, contracts, complaints, etc.) within the scope of the customer relationship will then be stored in, or linked to, this customer account.

5.3.        We will store and process the above information on the one hand to perform the respective contractual relationship with respect to the products and services we deliver to you (legal basis for processing: Art. 6 no. 1 lit. b) of the GDPR), and on the one hand, and, on the other hand, to protect our legitimate interest in improving our deliveries and services according to your individual requirements and thus promoting the sale of our products and services, and possibly offering you additional products or services in accordance with your interests, documenting contractual agreements and correspondence for establishing, exercising or defending related legal claims, and, where relevant, fulfilling our product monitoring obligation with respect to our products and services (legal basis for processing: Art. 6 no. 1 lit. f) of the GDPR) as well as fulfilling statutory documentation and document retention obligations (legal basis for processing: Art. 6 no. 1 lit. c) of the GDPR).

5.4.        When establishing the customer relationship, or at any time during the customer relationship, we may process customer data in the context of “know your customer”, anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, anti-terror and export control or similar screenings or audits in order to perform our compliance obligations and give effect to our compliance policies. The legal basis for such audits and screenings is the fulfilment of a legal obligation, where they are legally required (legal basis for processing: Art. 6 no. 1 lit. c) of the GDPR), and otherwise our legitimate interest in avoiding business relationships which we consider to violate our ethical standards (legal basis for processing: Art. 6 no. 1 lit. f) of the GDPR).

5.5.        We share data with other companies of our group of undertakings. For further information on this and on the safeguards we have put in place in this respect, please refer to Sec. 7 below.

5.6.        We also refer to Sections 8 et seq. for further information regarding the possible recipients and retention periods of the above information.

 

6.           Processing of Prospective Supplier Data and Supplier Data

6.1.         In this Section we will inform you about how we process and use personal data in relation to prospective and actual suppliers. In this context we use the term “supplier” cover not only the suppliers of products but any business partner who is not a customer or employee, including also service providers, consultants and freelancers.

6.2.        We generally store and process data in relation to prospective and actual suppliers in the same manner and in the same databases as data on prospective and actual suppliers. Therefore all information on prospective customer data and customer data in this Privacy Statement also apply to data in relation to prospective and actual suppliers.

6.3.        We will store and process data in relation to prospective and actual suppliers and all correspondence and documents (correspondence, orders, contracts, complaints, etc.) within the scope of the business relationship to perform the respective contractual relationship with you with respect to your products and services on the one hand (legal basis for processing: Art. 6 no. 1 lit. b) of the GDPR), and, on the other hand, to protect our legitimate interest in documenting contractual agreements and correspondence for establishing, exercising or defending related legal claims, and, where relevant, fulfilling our product monitoring obligation with respect to your products and services (legal basis for processing: Art. 6 no. 1 lit. f) of the GDPR) as well as fulfilling statutory documentation and document retention obligations (legal basis for processing: Art. 6 no. 1 lit. c) of the GDPR).

6.4.        When establishing the business relationship or at any time during the business relationship, we may process data in relation to prospective and actual suppliers in the context of “know your customer”, anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, anti-terror and export control or similar screenings or audits in order to perform our compliance obligations and give effect to our compliance policies. The legal basis for such audits and screenings is the fulfilment of a legal obligation, where they are legally required (legal basis for processing: Art. 6 no. 1 lit. c) of the GDPR), and otherwise our legitimate interest in avoiding business relationships which we consider to violate our ethical standards (legal basis for processing: Art. 6 no. 1 lit. f) of the GDPR).

6.5.        We share data with other companies of our group of undertakings. For further information on this and on the safeguards we have put in place in this respect, please refer to Sec. 7 below.

6.6.        We also refer to Sections 8 et seq. for further information regarding the possible recipients and retention periods of the above information.

 

7.         Data Transfers within the EOS Group of Undertakings

Personal data controlled by one company within our group of undertakings (herein also referred to as “EOS Affiliate”) may be disclosed to other EOS Affiliates where such data is uploaded to a joint database.

Joint databases are centrally hosted by one EOS Affiliate for access by all EOS Affiliates for the purposes identified below. However, access to data in joint databases is always restricted by multiple levels of access rights granted on a need-to-know basis ensuring that the EOS Affiliates, and within each EOS Affiliate the respective employees, access only the data they require for their business functions.

Within our group of undertakings we currently have the following joint databases:

Database Data Purposes
Central file server meeting protocols, correspondence, any other documents or files document and file depository and management
Central Exchange server and database mail addresses, contacts. communications Mail service for business correspondence to all business contacts, global address book and calendar function
Sharepoint address list and photos of all employees, event photos and announcements of personal anniversaries, My site – personal job, related data sharing of document templates, organizational structure information, technical documentation, business related issues like news, announcements, shared workspace and information platform

All databases and systems are located in Krailing, Germany and operated by EOS GmbH Electro Optical Systems.

Personal data controlled by one EOS Affiliate may in addition also be disclosed to other EOS Affiliates where one EOS Affiliate provides intragroup services to the other EOS Affiliate. Currently EOS GmbH Electro Optical Systems, Krailing, Germany provides central IT services to all other EOS Affiliates and in the context of such services may have access to all data stored on the respective EOS Affiliate’s systems. EOS GmbH Electro Optical Systems, Krailing, Germany, has, however, undertaken to access such data as a processor and only for the purposes and subject to the instructions of the respective EOS Affiliate.

We share data in the contexts specified hereinabove in order to protect our legitimate interests in coordinating sales processes and business and IT administrative processes on the level of the group of companies and planning and providing our deliveries and services as close to our customers as possible (legal basis for processing: Art. 6 no. 1 lit. f) of the GDPR).

We will assume that your interests do not conflict with this, because the safeguards described below are taken in order to provide a uniform level of data protection.

7.2.       Recipients and Categories of Recipients, Transfers to Unsafe Third Countries and Guarantees

7.2.1.     The disclosures set forth above may be made EOS Affiliates within and outside of the European Economic Area. In order to provide for a uniform level of data protection throughout our group of companies and also to provide sufficient guarantees in this case, all EOS Affiliates have agreed on the application of uniform data protection provisions for all data transfers within our group of companies which, with respect to data exports outside of the European Economic Area, incorporate the standard data protection clauses adopted by the Commission for this purpose.

7.2.2.     EOS GmbH Electro Optical Systems employs subprocessors and service providers for the operation of joint databases and/or the provision of central IT services. They may have access to your data. Currently in particular the services of the following providers are used who may have access to your data:

Service Provider Task/ Data
CSF Solutions GmbH (Zerberus)
(processor)
Compliance and Risk Management
screening of master data against sanction lists etc.
Iron Mountain Deutschland GmbH
(processor)
Data Back-Up
all data
PortalConsult GmbH
(processor)
Maintenance and support of Extranet
information on use of Extranet, content of Extranet
Retarus GmbH
(processor)
E-Mail Archiving
contact information, contents, attached files
SCR by Gottschalk GmbH
(processor)
File Archiving
all information on file
Taktsoft GmbH
(processor)
Support of Website and IT services relating to HR database
information on use of website & applicant data in HR database

With each processor EOS GmbH Electro Optical Systems has concluded a contract processing agreement to ensure that personal data is processed only on our behalf and in accordance with our instructions. With other service providers EOS GmbH Electro Optical Systems has entered into appropriate confidentiality agreements.

 

8.           General Information on Recipients, Categories of Recipients and Transfers

8.1.         Our data protection officer will have access to your data as necessary for the consummation of its data protection tasks. The data protection officer is under a statutory obligation of confidentiality.

8.2.        All of our servers and databases may be operated, maintained or further developed by additional processors or other contractors. They may have access to your data.

8.3.        We may use third party service providers for the archiving and/or destruction of documents. They will have access to your data.

8.4.        Where we store and process data for the consummation of contracts, we may pass these data on to agents and contractors we employ for such consummation (e.g. to carriers for transportation purposes).

8.5.        Where we store and process data for communication with you, we may use additional processors or contractors in order to process or transmit correspondence with you (e.g. letter shops), who will then have access to your data.

8.6.        We may also retain consultants or advisors such as legal, tax or business consultants. They may have access to your data.

8.7.        Where we use contractors of the categories listed hereinabove to handle your data on our behalf, we have concluded, or will conclude prior to such processing, a contract processing agreement with the contractor to ensure that personal data is processed only on our behalf and in accordance with our instructions. Where the data are not processed on our behalf, we will enter into appropriate confidentiality agreements with the contractors.

8.8.        We will transfer your personal data to competent law enforcement, regulatory or other authorities, institutions or bodies if we are legally obligated to do so (legal basis for processing: Art. 6 no. 1 lit. c) of the GDPR) or if we have a legitimate interest in averting coercive measures of such authorities, institutions or bodies within the scope of their legal authority (legal basis for processing: Art. 6 no. 1 lit. f) of the GDPR). Such legally required or necessary transmissions are not the subject of this Privacy Statement.

 

9.           General Information on Retention Periods and Anonymisation

9.1.         We have enacted a data retention and deletion policy in order to ensure that personal data are only stored for as long as necessary for their purpose.

9.2.        Our data retention and deletion policy takes account of the principle that personal data should be retained for limited periods even after the original purpose has become obsolete, in order to preserve our legitimate interest in preventing unintentional deletions, in enabling the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims and in rendering the administration of retention and deletion periods practicable (legal basis for processing: Art. 6 no. 1 lit. f) of the GDPR). We assume that your interests do not conflict with this, because these additional retention periods are appropriate with respect to the interests to be protected.

9.3.        Unless detailed information on deletion periods has already been provided above, the following general deletion periods will apply in accordance with our data retention and deletion policy. Where data fall under several different deletion periods, the longest will always apply:

9.3.1.     We will retain customer data for the duration of the customer relationship. After the end of the customer relationship such data will continue to be retained for as long as these data are necessary for the maintenance of the customer account and for the administration of documents or data relating to the customer which fall into any of the categories identified hereinbelow. Otherwise customer data will be deleted after expiry of one year.

9.3.2.     For compliance with the statutory retention period for commercial letters and tax documents we will retain correspondence for seven years and invoices and other booking documentation for 11 years.

9.3.3.     We will retain contract-related data and documents for 11 years after the end of the contractual relationship in view of the statutory limitation period for claims and statutory document retention obligations for booking receipts.

9.3.4.     We will retain all product safety documents and product data including information on safety-relevant incidents and accidents or customer complaints to comply with our statutory product monitoring obligation and to assert, exercise or defend legal claims within the statutory limitation periods for 31 years after the end of product sales.

9.4.        If the term „deletion“ is mentioned in this Privacy Statement, we reserve the right to anonymise the relevant data record, such that it can no longer be assigned to you, instead of complete deletion

9.5.        Anonymised data may be processed and used by us and our processors for an unlimited period. The processing and use of anonymised data is not subject to the GDPR and is not the subject of this Privacy Statement.

 

10.         Your Rights

You as the data subject have certain rights with regard to your personal data, which we will explain to you below:

10.1.       Right of Access and Information (Art. 15 of the GDPR) – You have the right, where the statutory requirements are met, to request from us at any time, at no cost, confirmation as to whether personal data relating to you is being processed, a copy of this data and comprehensive information on this personal data. This right extends in particular, without limitation, to the purposes of processing, the categories of personal data being processed, the recipients, the storage period and the origin of the data.

10.2.       Right to Rectification (Art. 16 of the GDPR) – You have the right to request us to rectify incorrect and incomplete personal data concerning you without delay, where the statutory requirements are met.

10.3.       Right to be Forgotten (Art. 17 of the GDPR) – You have the right to demand from us the immediate deletion of personal data concerning you, where the statutory requirements are met, if, among other reasons, their storage is no longer necessary or unlawful, if you revoke your consent on which their storage was based, if you have validly objected to their storage in accordance with Sections 10.6 et seq., if we are obligated to delete them for any other reason or if the data were collected as part of a web service.  If we have made the data public, in addition to deletion of the data, we must also inform other controllers in such cases that you have requested the deletion of this data and all references thereto, insofar as this is reasonable in view of the available technology and the implementation costs. The above obligation does not apply in certain exceptional cases, in particular storage for the purpose of establishing, exercising or defending legal claims.

10.4.      Right to Restriction of Processing (Art. 18 of the GDPR) – You have the right to request us, where the statutory requirements are met, to restrict the processing of personal data relating to you, for example if you dispute their accuracy, the storage is no longer necessary or is unlawful and you still do not wish to have it deleted or if you have filed an objection to the processing (Sections 10.6 et seq.) as long as it has not yet been established whether our legitimate reasons outweigh yours.

10.5.       Right to Data Portability (Art. 20 of the GDPR) – If automated processing of personal data occurs solely on the basis of your consent or to fulfil a contract with you or to implement pre-contractual measures, you have the right to require us, subject to statutory requirements, to make available the personal data in relation to yourself that you have provided to you or to a third party you designate, if this is technically feasible, in a structured, current and machine-readable format and not to impede its transfer to a third party.

10.6.      Right of Objection (Art. 21(1) of the GDPR) – You have the right to require us, where the statutory requirements are met, to no longer process personal data relating to you which we process for the performance of a task which is in the public interest or for the protection of our legitimate interests or those of a third party, if you object to such processing for reasons which arise from your particular situation. In this case we must desist from further processing unless there are compelling grounds for processing which outweigh your interests or the processing is carried out for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

10.7.       Right of Objection to Direct Marketing (Art. 21(2) of the GDPR) – You can object to the further processing of your personal data for direct marketing purposes at any time, and we will consequently refrain from processing them for this purpose. This also applies to profiling insofar as it is associated with such direct marketing.

10.8.      Automated Decisions (Art. 22 of the GDPR) – We will not make any decisions without your consent which produce legal effects concerning you or similarly significantly affect you and that are based exclusively on automated processing (including profiling).

10.9.      Guarantees – To the extent that we indicate in this Privacy Policy that guarantees have been agreed to provide an adequate level of protection, you may request copies of the relevant documents from our Data Protection Officer. If a guarantee exists in the form of participation in the Privacy Shield Program, you will find information and documentation here: http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_MEMO-16-434_en.htm..

10.10.     Consents – If you consent to processing, this is voluntary, unless we inform you otherwise in advance, and the refusal of consent will not be sanctioned. You can withdraw your consent at any time. The withdrawal of consent shall not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal. Processing on a legal basis other than your consent will also be unaffected by such withdrawal. However, you may also exercise the above statutory rights in this respect (e.g. the right of objection pursuant to Sections 10.6 et seq.). In particular, you may withdraw any consent to the use of your e-mail address or telephone number for direct marketing at any time and may object to any further use of your e-mail address or telephone number for this purpose at any time, free of charge (other than communication costs payable to your provider ).

10.11.      Right to Lodge a Complaint – You have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority. This may include, among others, the supervisory authority responsible for your place of residence or the supervisory authority generally responsible for us (Section 1.3).

10.12.     Contact – You can contact us in any form to exercise your rights, in particular to withdraw any consent you may have given, and especially our data protection officer also. You may be required to identify yourself to us as a data subject to exercise your rights.

 

11.          Security

We have implemented extensive, industry standard technical and organisational measures to protect your personal data from unauthorised access and misuse.

 

12.         Changes to this Privacy Statement

In the event of future changes to this Privacy Statement, you can retrieve old versions and information on the periods for which they were valid here.

AMCM GmbH

Rev. 1, May 2018