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Schwartzkopffstr. 1 
Halle 21 | Lok 21 Raum Ge B 1-04
15745 Wildau

Collection of data

While you access our websites, we automatically collect data of a general nature. This data (server log files) includes, for example, the type of browser you are using, your operating system, the domain name of your Internet service provider and other similar general data. These data are absolutely independent of persons and are used to display the web pages correctly to you and are retrieved each time you use the Internet. The absolutely anonymous data is statistically evaluated in order to improve our service for you.

Chargeable services

If you make use of paid services, additional data may be required, including information on the method of payment.

The use of the latest technology and encryption methods ensures comprehensive protection of your data.


When you register for our newsletter, we use the registration data exclusively for the newsletter service. Registered users may be contacted by us to be informed about changes, updates or other relevant information.

When registering, a valid e-mail address must be provided. The so-called “double-opt-in” procedure is used to check whether the registrant and e-mail match.

You have the right to have your data for the newsletter service deleted at any time. In our newsletters you will find a link to unsubscribe. You can also unsubscribe on the website or inform us of your wish via our contact page.

Contact form

If you contact us via our contact page or send us an e-mail, the corresponding data will be stored for processing.

Deletion or blocking of data

Your personal data will be stored only as long as it is absolutely necessary to provide the specified services and it is required by law. After these periods have expired, users’ personal data will be regularly blocked or deleted.

Google Analytics

Our website uses Google Analytics, the web analytics service provided by Google Inc (“Google”). Google Analytics uses “cookies”, small text files that are stored on your computer and store data about the use of our website. The data generated by the cookie about the use of our website is transmitted to a Google server in the USA and stored. Since IP anonymization is activated on our websites, your IP address will be shortened by Google. This applies to member states of the European Union and other contracting states to the Agreement on the European Economic Area. In rare cases, it may happen that the full IP address is transmitted to a Google server in the USA and only shortened there. Google uses this information to evaluate your use of our website, to compile reports for us on the use of the website and to collect other statistical data. Your IP address will never be merged with other data stored on Google. The use of cookies can be prohibited by a setting in your browser; however, this may impair the function of our website under certain circumstances. You can deactivate the collection of data by Google Analytics by means of a special add-on program for your browser (Add On).


Our website uses “cookies”. Cookies are text files that are transferred from the server of a website to your computer. Certain data such as IP address, browser, operating system and Internet connection are transferred in the process.

Cookies do not start programs and do not transmit viruses. The information collected by cookies is used to facilitate your navigation and to optimize the display of our web pages.

Data collected by us will never be passed on to third parties or linked to personal data without your consent.

The use of cookies can be prevented via settings in your browser. You will find information on how to change these settings in the explanations for your Internet browser. Individual functions of our website may not function properly if the use of cookies is deactivated.

Scalable central measurement

We use the “Scalable Central Measurement Procedure” (SZM) from INFOnline GmbH to collect statistical data on the use of our services.

This procedure collects anonymous measurement values. The SZM range measurement uses either a cookie with the identifier “”, “”, a LocalStorage object or a signature created from various transmitted information from your web browser to recognize computer systems. IP addresses are

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