Protection des données

Information on how your data will be used on our website

In correspondence with the General Data Protection Regulation we are obliged to inform you of the following.

1. preface

The following points aim to provide you with information about your data. The legislator has specified what information is required.

Should you desire more information see articles 12 to 22 and 34 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The General Data Protection Regulations is available via Should you have any further questions on the GDPR, you can contact the data protection officer and/or the data protection administration at any time.

2. what is personal data?

Any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person. Identifiable is a natural person who can be identified, directly or indirectly. This can be done, for example, through reference of an …˜identifier’ such as a name, an identification number, location data or an online identifier or to one or more specific factors

3. General Information

3.1 Who is responsible for processing my data?

ETT Verpackungstechnik GmbH
Schafanger 34
37186 Moringen

Telephone: 05555 / 99 33-0

3.2 How can I contact you?

Contact Details for ETT Verpackungstechnik      

Telephone: +49 5555 / 99 33-0
Fax  +49 5555 / 993330

3.3 Which authority is responsible for the controlling and complying of the data protection laws?

The respective data-protection agency

3.4 How can I contact the companies’ respective data protection officer

The data protection officer of our company is Thilo Scurla. The data protection officer can be reached under the following e-mail address:

Specialist for security and environment


4. Other important information

4.1 Why does the company process my data?

Anonymized data is obtained through our website provider. This is a regulated act from our web provider and one which we are currently unable to deactivate.

4.2 Why is the company allowed to process my data?

The applicable data protection law (= EU - General Data Protection Regulation) allows the processing of your data (= personal data) should we have a legitimate interest (see 4.1) and can assume that one has no serious objection (lawfulness of processing: Article 6(1)(f) GDPR).

4.3. What data is being collected on me?

The following data is collected, as standard, by our website provider. The collection of data cannot at present be deactivated, however this data is not used or evaluated by us.

  • The anonymized IP address is used for access location
  • Referrer (website previously visited)
  • Requested website or file
  • Type and version of browser
  • Software used
  • Type of device
  • Time of access

4.4. What statistics will my data be used for?

The following statistics are anonymized and provided by the wed distributor. These statistics are neither used nor evaluated by us. However, at present we are unable to deactivate them:

  • Visitor’s statistics: visitors, session, page views and search engine robots.
  • Visitor’s behavior: duration of session, page views per session, disconnection rate.
  • Page analysis: homepage, last viewed page, error sites, most visited sites, sites with a high disconnection rate and searched terms
  • Sites of origin: all sites of origin and referring websites.
  • Visitor’s location
  • Browser & systems: browser, version of browser, operating system, version of the operating system used.

4.5 Who can receive my data?

As part of the processing, your anonymized data could be:

  • Seen from our website provider, who is bound by contract.
  • Transferal to a third party does not occur.

4.6 Are you going to send my data to countries outside of the European Union?

We do not plan on doing this.

4.7 How long will my data be saved?

After 7 days your data is made anonymous by our website provider.

5. what rights do i have?

5.1 Information regarding your rights

As a data subject you have, in correspondence with the General Data Protection Regulations, inter alia, the following rights (hereafter known as “data subject rights’…):

5.2 Right of access (Art. 15 GDPR)

You have the right to obtain confirmation as to whether or not we are processing personal data concerning one’s self. If we should happen to be processing your personal data, you are entitled to the following information:

  • Why we are processing your data (see also item 4.1);
  • What types of data we are processing;
  • What types of recipients receive or could receive your data (see also item 4.3);
  • How long we will save your data for; in the case that we are unable to specify how long the data is to be saved we are obliged to inform you how the storage duration was determined (e.g. after the legal retention period has expired) (see also item 4.5);
  • You have the right to rectification and erasure of data relevant to one’s person. This also includes the right to restriction of processing and/or the possibility for objection (see also the following points 5.2, 5.3;
  • You have the right to appeal to the regulating agency;
  • Where the data comes from, if not collected from you directly;
  • Whether your data will be used for an automated decision and, if so, what kind of logic the decision is based on and what impact and scope the automated decision may have for you;
  • If data regarding one’s self is transferred to another country outside the European Union, you have the right to be informed, whether and if so on what basis an adequate form of protection is guaranteed by the data recipient;
  • You have the right to demand a copy of all the personal data collected. Copies of personal data are in general provided in electronic form. The first copy is free of charge, additional copies may require payment. A copy can only be provided as long as the rights of others are not in any way affected.

5.3 Right to data rectification (acc. Art. 16 GDPR)

You have the right to ask us to rectify your data should it be incorrect and/or incomplete. This right also includes the right that your data be amended with supplementary statements or notes. A correction and/or supplement data must be made without undue delay.

5.4 Right to deletion of personal data (acc. Art. 17 GDPR)

You have the right to demand that the collected data be deleted, if:

  • The personal data is no longer required for the purposes for which they were originally collected and processed;
  • The data has been processed with your consent and you have revoked your consent; however, this does not apply if there is another valid legal license to process the data;
  • You have raised an appeal against your data being processed but the data collected is legalized under the term “legitimate interest… (referred to in Article 6 (1)(e) or (f));
    Therefore, if there is legitimate reason to warrant a continuation of processing the collected data does not have to be deleted;
  • You have appealed against the processing of your data for direct marketing purposes;
  • Your personal data has been unlawfully processed
  • It concerns a child’s data which has been collected with consent (acc. Art, 8 (1) GDPR) for services of the information society (= electronic service).

The right to have one’s personal data deleted does not exist if

  • The right to freedom of expression and information conflicts with the request for the data to be deleted.
  • The processing of personal data is required:
    • to fulfill a legal obligation (e.g. statutory retention obligations)
    • to perform public duties and uphold interests under applicable law (including "public health") or
    • for archiving and / or research purposes
  • The personal data is required to assert, exercise or defend legal claims.

If the data is to be deleted this must be done immediately (without undue delay). If personal data has been made public by us (e.g. on the internet), we have to ensure, as far as it is technically possible and reasonable, that other data processors are informed about the request for deletion, this includes deleting any links, copies and/or replications.

5.5 Right to restriction of processing (acc. Article 18 GDPR)

You have the right to restrict the processing of your personal data in the following cases:

  • If you have disputed the accuracy of your personal information, you may request that for the duration of the verification process your data not be used elsewhere, thus limiting its processing.
  • In the case of unlawful data processing, you may request that your data be restricted in its usage rather than deleted.
  • If you require your personal data to assert, exercise or defend your rights, and we no longer need your information, you may request that we restrict the processing for prosecution purposes.
  • If you have appealed against the data being processed (pursuant to Art. 21 (1) GDPR) (see also point 5.7) and it is not yet clear whether our interests in processing outweigh your interests, you may request that for the duration of the verification process, your data not be used and its processing restricted.

Personal data whose processing has been restricted at your request may be, subject to storage – only if:

  • You give your consent
  • It is to assert, exercise or defend legal claims
  • It is to protect the rights of other natural or legal persons, or
  • It is to be processed for reasons of important public interest.

In the case that the restriction set on the processing is lifted then you will be informed on this matter in advance.

5.6 Right to data portability (acc. Article 20 GDPR)

You have the right to request the data that you have provided to us, in an accessible electronic formation. (E.g. as a PDF or Excel document).

You may also request that we transfer this data to another (specified) company, as long as this is technically possible.

A prerequisite of this right is that the processing is based on consent or occurs due to the implementation of a contract (see above 4.2) and is carried out by the use of an automated process.

To exercise the right of data portability the rights and freedoms of other persons are not to be impaired in any way.

If you exercise your right of data portability, you continue to have the right to be forgotten in correspondence with article 17 GDPR.

5.7 Right to object against the processing of certain data (acc. Article 21 GDPR)

You may object to the processing of your data being used to fulfill duties necessary to public interest or authorized persons (see 4.2). You will need to state the specific reasons as to why you object. This can be, for example, family circumstances or secrecy interests that merit protection.

In the event that one objects to the processing of certain data then we are obligated to stop processing the data for the purposes stated in 4.1 unless:

  • There is compelling and legitimate ground for processing, which outweighs your interests, rights and freedoms, or
  • Processing is necessary for the assertion, exercise or defense of legal claims.

You may object at any time to your data being used for marketing purposes. This also includes profiling, provided that the profile is in direct connection with marketing purposes. In the case that data use is protested, we are not allowed to use your data for advertising services ð direct advertising and/or profiling is not under any circumstance initiated or carried out by us.

5.8 A ban on automated individual decision making, including profiling (acc. Article 22 GDPR)

Decisions taken by us that, have legal consequences or that may significantly affect you, are not allowed to be solely based on the automated processing of personal data. This also includes profiling. A prohibition is not valid as long as the automated decision:

  • Is required for the completion or fulfillment of a contract made with yourself;
  • Is permitted by law, if such legislation contains adequate measures for the safeguarding of your rights and freedoms as well as your legitimate interests, or
  • Is based on the data subject’s explicit consent.

Decisions, that are founded exclusively on automatically processed data of special categories regarding personal data (= sensitive data), are only permissible if based on

  • The data subjects explicit consent or
  • There is a significant public interest in the processing of the data

Appropriate measures have to be taken to protect your rights and freedoms and legitimate interests.

5.9 Exercising ones rights

To exercise your rights, please contact the respective authority named in point 4. Questions submitted electronically will usually be answered electronically. Information, notifications and actions stated in the GDPR as well as the exercising of ones rights are in general free of charge. However, for claims made that are obviously unfounded and or excessive, we are authorized to either refrain from taking action or impose a fee as we see appropriate (in correspondence with Article 12 (5) GDPR).

If we should have reasonable doubt as to your identity then we are obliged to request further information necessary for the identification process. If an identification is not possible then we reserve the right to refuse to process the request. If possible, we will inform you separately of any failed attempts made to identify one’s self. (See Article 12 (6) article 11 GDPR).

Information requests are usually processed within one month of receipt. However, this deadline may be extended by an additional two months if deemed necessary, after analysis of the complexity of the issue and/or the number or questions raised. If the deadline is to be extended, you will be informed within one month as to the reasons behind this decision. If we have no intention of taking action upon the request made, you will be informed within one month after receipt. We will state both the reasons behind this decision and inform you of the options available to either lodge a complaint with a regulatory body or your right to appeal this decision (see Article 12(3) and (4) GDPR).

Please note that you can only exercise your rights within the restrictions imposed by the Union and its member states (Article 23 GDPR)

5.10 Do I have to provide my data?

In order to achieve the points set out in point 4.1, it is necessary that you provide us with your personal data.

For us to be able to fulfil our side of a contract, your data is both mandatory and a legal requirement. Failure to provide the required information means we are unable to conclude a contract with one another.

If you desire to complain the authorized body will be able to help you further. The establishment stated in point 3.3 is responsible for our company.

You have the right to judicial examination:  against a supervisory authority expressed in Article 78 GDPR as well as against a controller or processor Article 79 GDPR.

5.11 Automated decision making / profiling

Automatic decision-making / profiling does not take place.

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