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Kartlaser is pleased that you have visited our website and are interested in our organization and products. We take the protection of your personal information very serious and want you to feel secure while browsing our site. This page explains how we safeguard your privacy when you share your personal information with us. All personal information collected during visits to our website is handled in compliance with data protection regulations of the German BDSG.
Collection and processing of personal data
Your personal information will only be stored if you choose to make it available to us, for instance by registering, filling out forms or sending e-mails, ordering products or services, or making enquiries or requesting material.
We use your personal information for customer management, marketing purposes, and correspondence with you. In each case, we use it only to the extent necessary. All data is rendered anonymous before we analyze it for improvement purposes.
Forwarding of personal data
Your personal information is never disclosed to third parties outside of our company.
Our website does not make use of “cookies”.
Kartlaser uses technical and organizational security measures to ensure that the personal information you provide cannot be undermined by accidental or deliberate manipulation, loss, or deletion, or made available to unauthorized parties. Our security measures are continually upgraded and adjusted in line with the current state of knowledge.
Reports – Changes – Deletion
If you would like a report on our storage of your personal information, if your data are incorrect and should be altered, or if you wish your details to be deleted, please send us an e-mail. Please allow a reasonable time for us to respond to your requests. We will store and use information you share with us by filling out forms until you cancel the service in question or have not made active use of our services for longer than two years. In this case, the data will be deleted after two years in the absence of a statutory obligation to retain them for longer.
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