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Datenschutzerklärung & Impressum
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The publisher may, at its sole discretion, modify and / or discontinue this website at any time without notice. He is not obliged to update the content of this website.
Access to and use of this website is at the user's own risk. Felix Mäcke and Happy Company are not responsible and accept no liability whatsoever for damages, including direct, indirect, incidental, specifically to be determined in advance or consequential damages that are alleged to have occurred through or in connection with accessing and / or using this website.
The operator assumes no responsibility for the content and availability of third-party websites that are accessed via external links from this information offering. The publisher expressly distances himself from all content that may be relevant under criminal or liability law or that violates common decency.
When requesting content from this website, no access data is saved.
If the opportunity for the input of personal or business data (e-mail addresses, name, addresses) is given, the input of this data takes place voluntarily.
With the following statements we would like to inform you about the processing of personal data by Felix Mäcke and Happy Company.
Personal data is information about an individual or information relating to an individual (e.g. name, address, postal address, telephone number, IP address) that can be used to determine the identity of an individual. Personal data is any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person. A natural person is considered to be identifiable if they can be identified directly or indirectly - in particular by means of assignment to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data or an online identifier.
1. Data processing when visiting this website
No personal data is being collected or processed by visiting this website.
2. Processing of personal data for entries and inquiries
In connection with entries and inquiries, we only process data that is necessary to communicate with you and to properly document the operatonal and administrative actions of Felix Mäcke and Happy Company. This includes in particular the personal information (e.g. surname, first name, address, e-mail address, etc.) that we have received directly from you as well as information about the contact channel you have chosen (letter, telephone, e-mail email, contact form). The processing of the data is necessary for the performance of our tasks (cf. Article 6 paragraph 1 letter e and paragraph 3 letter b DS-GVO in connection with § 3 BDSG).
We only pass on the data we receive from you to third parties if you have given your express consent or if we are obliged to do so by law or as a result of a court decision. Entries and inquiries are stored in electronic form - insofar as they are necessary for the further fulfillment of tasks - always on password-protected and encrypted devices. This data will be deleted again as soon as it is no longer required. Mailing and inquiries in paper form are also deleted as soon as they are no longer necessary for further fullfillment of tasks.
3. Further processing of personal data
Contacts with Happy Company
If you contact Happy Company employees or contact them e.g. For example, if business cards are handed over, personal data (names and contact details) - insofar as they are necessary for the further fulfillment of the task - are recorded in address and contact directories and deleted again as soon as they are no longer necessary.
4. Data subject rights
As part of the fulfillment of our work and services, Felix Mäcke and Happy Company are responsible for the processing of personal data. The data subjects therefore have the following rights under the GDPR:
a) Right to information - Article 15 GDPR
With the right to information, the person concerned receives a comprehensive insight into the data concerning him and some other important criteria such as the processing purposes or the duration of storage. The exceptions to this right regulated in § 34 BDSG apply.
b) Right to rectification - Article 16 GDPR
The right to correction includes the possibility for the data subject to have incorrect personal data concerning her/him corrected.
c) Right to erasure - Article 17 GDPR
The right to erasure includes the possibility for the data subject to have data erased by the person responsible. However, this is only possible if the personal data concerning him are no longer necessary, are being processed unlawfully or a relevant consent has been revoked. The exceptions to this right regulated in § 35 BDSG apply.
d) Right to restriction of processing - Article 18 GDPR
The right to restriction of processing includes the possibility for the person concerned to prevent further processing of personal data concerning him for the time being. A restriction occurs above all in the examination phase of other rights exercised by the data subject.
e) Right to data portability - Article 20 GDPR
The right to data transferability includes the possibility for the person concerned to receive the personal data concerning him/her in a common, machine-readable format from the person responsible in order to have it forwarded to another person responsible, if necessary. However, according to Article 20 (3) sentence 2 GDPR, this right is not available if the data processing serves to perform public tasks. This is not the case with Felix Mäcke and Happy Company only if the processing of personal data is for fiscal purposes.
f) Right to object - Article 21 GDPR
The right to object includes the possibility for data subjects to object to the further processing of their personal data in a special situation, insofar as this is justified by the performance of public tasks or public and private interests. According to § 36 BDSG, the right does not apply if a public body is legally obliged to process it.
g) Right to withdraw consent
If personal data is processed on the basis of your consent (Article 6 (1) (a) GDPR), you can revoke this at any time for the relevant purpose. The legality of the processing based on your consent remains unaffected until receipt of your revocation.
As of March 31, 2022
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