Every time a user accesses a reinisch GmbH webpage and each time a file is accessed, the corresponding access data will be stored in a logfile on our server.

Storage of access data: Every time a user accesses a reinisch GmbH webpage and each time a file is accessed, the corresponding access data will be stored in a logfile on our server.

Each data record consists of:
the page from which the file was requested
the name of the file
the date and time of the request
the transferred data volume
the access status (file transmitted, file not found etc.)
a description of the type of browser used
the IP address of the client

The stored data will be evaluated for statistical purposes only,
it will not be disclosed to third parties for commercial or non-commercial purposes.

If the internet service offers the possibility of submitting personal or business data (E-mail addresses, names, addresses), the user discloses this data on an expressly voluntary basis. Your data will be treated confidentially and not disclosed to third parties. There will also be no connection made with the access data mentioned above.

Users have the right to request information on the personal data stored about them free of charge. In accordance with the legal provisions, users also have a right to correction, blocking and deletion of their personal data.

Cookies: Cookies are small text files that are transferred to your computer together with the actually requested data from the Internet. This data is then stored on your computer for later retrieval.

We use cookies in some areas. Cookies may also be used on linked sites without us being able to alert you beforehand.

Do-called session cookies are required for logging in because we use a so-called single sign-on concept for authentication and access control purposes.

This includes the initiation of a “session” between the client and the server, which will allow you to move within the entire portal without having to log in to each area separately. This session will be presented by a cookie, in which a randomly generated number is stored.

In addition, a further cookie will store your assigned login information (user name, user rights and the validity of the session). You can think of this as a substitute credential. Instead of prompting you to re-enter your credential, the cookie will be sent to the server and accepted as proof of identity.

Validity: The validity of both cookies is limited to the duration of your visit to our portal. They will automatically be deleted when closing the browser. No personal data is linked and it can not be used to determine the activities of a user.

On your request, a third cookie can be provided on which your username is stored permanently. This will make it easier for frequent users to log on to the portal as your user name will already be filled in the registration form and you only have to enter the password. We expressly note the risks of this procedure, as it bears the risk of misuse of your login data by third parties.

Most browsers are set so that they accept Cookies automatically. You can deactivate the storing of cookies or set your browser so that it notifies you as soon as cookies are set.

Links to other websites: The website contains links to other websites. We have no influence on whether the operators of other websites comply with the data protection regulations.

Reinisch is responsible for its own content according to general law. These own contents must be differentiated from “links” to content provided by others. Reinisch GmbH does not accept any responsibility for the content of third parties that are accessed via links especially marked. The operator of the respective website is responsible for illegal, incorrect or incomplete contents and for damage caused by the use or non-use of the information. The editors are only responsible for third party links if their potentially unlawful or criminal content is known to them and it is technically possible and reasonable to prevent them from being used.

Public schedule of procedures of reinisch AG pursuant to Section 4e of the Federal Data Protection Act

1. Name of the responsible body
reinisch GmbH

2. Owner, directors, CEOs or other legal representatives or officers appointed under the articles of association of the company and persons entrusted with IT management
board of directors: Franz Reinisch
Authorised head of data processing: Franz Reinisch

3. Address of the responsible office:
Greschbachstrass3 | 76229 Karlsruhe

4. Purpose of data collection, processing or use
reinisch AG designs and creates technical documentation and product catalogues for various areas of  application, offers services in aftersales and solutions for information, knowledge and translation management.

The collection, processing and use of data is carried out for the purposes stated above.

5. Description of the groups of people concerned and the related data or data categories:
Data of the following groups of persons are collected, processed and utilised as long as this serves the fulfilment of the purpose mentioned in 4.:
Customers: Address data, contact data, account details, billing and performance data, support information

Employees/candidates/apprentices/trainees/pensioners/former employees and dependants: Application documents, career history, information on training and qualifications, contract, base and billing data (information on private and business address, area of activity, salary payments, name and age of members as far as relevant for social security benefits , tax information, account details, the employees entrusted assets), contact details, employee status, qualifications, employee assessment, career history, data on staff daministration and management, time data as well as access control data, date administration data, communication data as well as handling and control of transactions and technical systems.

supplier: Address data, contact data, Database connections, contract data, appointment management data, accounting and performance data

prospect/non-customers: Address data, areas of interest, offer data

6. Recipients or categories of recipients to whom the data may be disclosed.
Public bodies receiving data due to statutory provisions; internal recipients involved in the execution and performance of the respective business processes; external contractors (service companies) in accordance with § 11 of the Data Protection Act and external offices to the extent necessary to fulfil the purposes described in section 4.

7. Standard deadlines for the deletion of data
Relevant data is deleted routinely after expiry of the respective retention periods if it is no longer required for fulfilling the contract. Data unaffected by legal retention obligations will be deleted as soon as the objectives mentioned in 4. ceased to exist.

8. Planned transfer to third countries
The transfer of data to third countries is not planned.