This document explains you the data processing we do with your data. It explains who we are, which data we are working on, the reasons for their processing and your rights.
The responsible person for the data processing is Rechtsanwalt (attorney-at-law) Baltasar Cevc.
This document only describes data processing in the context of the fingolex alliance. This does not include the data processing of the law offices in the context of individual acquisitions and case processing.
We have the following processing activities:
Our web server collects and saves information about page access including their status for a few days for the purpose of error correction and attack analysis.
We use a German provider for technical delivery of this site.
Potentially integrated maps are served by the community project OpenStreetMap; in such cases your browser will directly connect the servers run by the association which hosts the project.
We use social media presences. All of our activities there are in line with privacy requirements and the rules of the respective platform. We further act within the common netiquette of the platforms. Please find further information regarding the privacy on certain platforms in the respective sections linked below:
Responsible data controller
The responsible data controller is Baltasar Cevc, Fichtestraße 42, 91054 Erlangen, who can be reached via Email at firstname.lastname@example.org and as further specified in the imprint page. Please contact him in case you have any questions or want to exercise your rights.
You can ask for information about your data we process, including transmission to third parties; you may also ask for correction and for deletion or restriction of processing of the data. We hereby inform you that for data saved in conjunction with our website, we regularly do not have the possibility to attribute the data to you ourselves and we may hence need further information from you to fulfil the request; in such cases we will inform you accordingly and provide you with the requested information as soon as we have received the necessary further information. Please contact us directly in all such cases (you find the contact paths in the imprint).
For data we process based on your consent or to fulfill a contractual relationship, you can request a copy of such data. However, we will exclude data whose handover would infringe rights and freedoms of third parties.
In case we process your data based on legitimate interest, you have the right to object based on grounds relating to your particular situation.
Furthermore, you have the statutory right to address a responsible data protection authority.
In order to prevent cookies and statistics on usage, we recommend that you first use the "Do not Track" functionality of your browser and deactivating cookies. Our statistics system automatically takes this into account. Furthermore, we ask for your permission on your first visit and cyclically. Once you have selected a setting, you can change it at any time under Cookie settings.
Website, Cookies & Tracking
This website is delivered from a server system that is hosted by netcup GmbH with seat in Karlsruhe and servers in Germany. While the software is run by the responsible, it cannot be fully ruled out that the hoster gets in touch with personal data – this then takes place in form of commissioned data processing.
Server protocol: IP addresses and pages requested
Our system saves access log. They generally contain:
- The requested address (URL)
- Your browser type, version and operating system used (as transmitted by your browser)
- The page from which the URL has been access (referrer, as and insofar transmitted by your browser)
- The timestamp of accessing the page
- Your IP Address
- The result of the request (status-code) (e.g. whether the page has successfully been loaded, has been redirected to another page or whether/which error has occurred)
- We cannot attribute this data to any person; the IP address could potentially be resolved to the owner of the internet contract by your provider (we will not ask for that). Solely for cases of illegal usage (such as hacking) we reserve the right to verify the data at a later stage and to take further action.
The data processing including saving is based on legitimate interest for the purpose of error and attack diagnosis.
Logfiles are being saved for seven days.
Your communication will in all regular cases be encrypted (TLS/SSL), so data cannot be read by third parties with reasonable effort (we cannot completely exclude it, though). You will see your browsers marking for encrypted sites.
Login is restricted to authorized users who are informed in a different way about privacy. Hence, there is no further information here.
_pk_ref (referral cookie, lifetime 6 monts),
_pk_id (visitor cookie, lifetime 13 months),
_pk_ses (session cookies, lifetime 30 minutes).
The data processing is based on our legitimate interest which lies in adapting our page to your needs and interests. You may object such processing, for further information see section your rights. In that case we will set a cookie stating that you do not want to be tracked and our system will not set any tracking cookies.
We use the following data for creating statistics:
- IP address (anonymized by dropping half of the address and only using the first two bytes of IPv4 addresses)
- User ID
- Custom Dimensions
- Custom Variables
- Date and time
- Title of the page being viewed
- URL of the page being viewed
- URL of the page that was viewed prior to the current page
- Screen resolution
- Time in local timezone
- Files that were clicked and downloaded
- Link clicks to an outside domain
- Pages generation time
- Country, region, city
- Main Language of the browser
- User Agent of the browser
Cookies – What they are and how we use them
Internet sites are stateless by default. That is, the server basically does not know who you are, where you come from and whether you have already visited the site. Cookies help to establish a status. Thanks to them, the server may, for example, identify whether you have logged in as a user or whether you have recently visited the page. This is done by sending your browser tiny text files, which your software saves and sends to the server together with the next request. Further information can be found in Wikipedia. You may change your preference at any time (please see chapter “Your rights“).
Besides that, you can always set your browser to not accept any cookies. Should that lead to any restrictions in use of this page, please let us know as such consequences are unintended and we will look for solutions to them.
This cookie named
flcookie does not store any personal data, just your choice whether you want cookies or not (that is technically necessary).
The CMS system may set the
kirby_session cookie which is used solely for technically efficient delivery of the pages (e.g. language selection and login for authorized users) and not analyzed regarding usage.
Depending on your cookie choice, the statistics system will create cookies starting with
_pk_, the description of which you find in the section regarding statistics above.
Revoking your cookie settings and cookie consent
You can reset your cookie settings for this page anytime by deleting the cookies or by clicking on the following button. As far as you have made your cookie choice, one single cookie will be set in any case.
Social Media: LinkedIn
We maintain a LinkedIn company page. LinkedIn is an offering provided in Europe by LinkedIn Ireland Unlimited Company with seat in the Republic of Ireland.
For using LinkedIn, users need to register and thereby provide further data to the company. Registered users can follow our page, take notice of our postings and interact with them, e.g. by showing reactions to them, commenting them or sharing them. All such activities are mostly public within LinkedIn, that is, they can be seen by other registered users.
The data processing is controlled by LinkedIn and we only see public activities and aggregated statistics regarding our page (e.g. how often a message has been shown to users).
Social Media: Twitter
We operate a Twitter presence. We do not collect any data ourselves, but process it as a user of the platform insofar as it is provided for in the platform system (e.g. through Retweets & Likes, replies to your messages; as far as usual, this also includes further dissemination of your messages).
The operator of the Twitter platform is Twitter Inc., 1355 Market Street, Suite 900, San Francisco, CA 94103 U.S.A. Twitter International Company, One Cumberland Place, Fenian Street, Dublin 2 D02 AX07, Ireland is responsible for data processing for persons living outside the United States.
Twitter processes your voluntarily entered data such as name and user name, e-mail address, telephone number. If you upload your address book or synchronize it (e.g. by releasing it for the Twitter app), the data of your contacts will also be processed. In addition, Twitter evaluates the content you share based on what topics you are interested in, stores and processes confidential messages you send directly to other users, and may determine your location based on GPS data, wireless network information, or your IP address to send you advertisements or other content.
Twitter Inc. is committed to the principles of the EU-US Privacy Shield. You can find out more at: https://www.privacyshield.gov/participant?id=a2zt0000000TORzAAO&status=Active
When you use Twitter, your personal information is collected, transmitted, stored, disclosed and used by Twitter Inc. and transmitted, stored and used in the United States, Ireland and any other country in which Twitter Inc. does business, regardless of where you reside.
Twitter may use advanced tools (such as analytics tools to evaluate browsing behavior) and obtain information about your browsing behavior, devices, and location through your use of the Platform.
Further information can be found on the following pages of Twitter:
You can find out more about the possibility of viewing your own data on Twitter here: https://support.twitter.com/articles/20172711#
Information about the conclusions drawn from Twitter can be found here:
Information on the existing personalisation and data protection settings can be found here (with further references):
You also have the option of requesting information via the Twitter privacy form or the archive requirements: