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Data policy

Pri­vacy policy

Gen­er­al

As the oper­at­or of this web­site and as a com­pany, we come into con­tact with your per­son­al data. This refers to all data that makes state­ments about you through which you can be per­son­ally iden­ti­fied. This Pri­vacy Policy is designed to explain to you in what way, for what pur­pose and on what leg­al basis we pro­cess your data.

The con­trol­ler respons­ible for the data pro­cessing on this web­site and in our com­pany is:

EDF DS GmbH
Friedrich­straße 94
10117 Berlin

Tele­phone: +49 (0)30 700 141500
Email: info@​edf-​re.​de

Gen­er­al information

SSL or TLS encryption

When you enter your data on web­sites, place online orders or send emails via the Inter­net, you must always bear in mind that unau­thor­ised third parties could access your data. It is there­fore impossible to achieve full pro­tec­tion against such access. How­ever, we do our utmost to pro­tect your data and to close the secur­ity gaps to the extent possible.

An import­ant pro­tec­tion mech­an­ism is the SSL or TLS encryp­tion of our web­site, which ensures that the data you trans­mit to us can­not be read by third parties. You can recog­nise encryp­tion by the lock icon in front of the Inter­net address entered in your browser and by the fact that our Inter­net address begins with https:// and not with http://.

How long do we store your data?

Some sec­tions of this Pri­vacy Policy provide inform­a­tion on how long we, or the com­pan­ies that pro­cess your data on our behalf, store your data. In the absence of such inform­a­tion, we will store your data until the pur­pose of the data pro­cessing ceases to apply, until you object to the data pro­cessing or you revoke your con­sent to the data processing.

How­ever, in the event of an objec­tion or revoc­a­tion, we may con­tin­ue to pro­cess your data if one of the fol­low­ing con­di­tions is sat­is­fied as a minimum:

We have com­pel­ling legit­im­ate grounds for con­tinu­ing data pro­cessing that over­ride your interests, rights and freedoms (only in the case of objec­tion to data pro­cessing; if the objec­tion is to dir­ect mar­ket­ing, we can­not provide legit­im­ate grounds).

Data pro­cessing is neces­sary to assert, exer­cise or defend leg­al claims (does not apply if your objec­tion is to dir­ect marketing).

We are required by law to retain your data.

In this case, we will delete your data once any require­ments cease to apply.

Data trans­fer to the USA

We also use tools from com­pan­ies on our web­site that trans­mit your data to the USA and store and poten­tially pro­cess the data there. This is par­tic­u­larly import­ant for you, because your data does not enjoy the same pro­tec­tion in the USA as it does with­in the EU, where the Gen­er­al Data Pro­tec­tion Reg­u­la­tion (GDPR) applies. For example, US com­pan­ies are under an oblig­a­tion to dis­close per­son­al data to secur­ity author­it­ies without you, as a data sub­ject, being able to take leg­al action against such dis­clos­ure. It is there­fore pos­sible that US author­it­ies (e.g. intel­li­gence ser­vices) may pro­cess, eval­u­ate and per­man­ently store your data on US serv­ers for mon­it­or­ing pur­poses. We have no influ­ence over such pro­cessing activities.

Your rights

Right to object to data processing

IF YOU READ IN THIS PRI­VACY POLICY THAT WE HAVE LEGIT­IM­ATE INTERESTS FOR THE PRO­CESSING OF YOUR DATA IN ACCORD­ANCE WITH ART. 6 PARA 1 SEN­TENCE 1 LIT. F) GDPR, YOU RESERVE THE RIGHT, UNDER ART. 21 GDPR TO OBJECT TO SUCH PRO­CESSING. THIS ALSO APPLIES TO PRO­FIL­ING THAT IS CAR­RIED OUT ON THE BASIS OF THE AFORE­MEN­TIONED PRO­VI­SION. THE PRE-REQUIS­ITE IS THAT YOU STATE THE REAS­ONS FOR THE OBJEC­TION WHICH ARISE FROM YOUR PAR­TIC­U­LAR SITU­ATION. NO JUS­TI­FIC­A­TION IS REQUIRED IF THE OBJEC­TION RELATES TO THE USE OF YOUR DATA FOR DIR­ECT ADVERTISING.

THE CON­SEQUENCE OF THE OBJEC­TION IS THAT WE MAY NO LONGER PRO­CESS YOUR DATA. THIS WILL ONLY NOT APPLY IF ONE OF THE FOL­LOW­ING CON­DI­TIONS IS SATISFIED:

  • WE CAN DEMON­STRATE COM­PEL­LING LEGIT­IM­ATE GROUNDS FOR PRO­CESSING THAT OUT­WEIGH YOUR INTERESTS, RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS.
  • THE PRO­CESSING SERVES TO ASSERT, EXER­CISE OR DEFEND LEG­AL CLAIMS.

THE EXCEP­TIONS SHALL NOT APPLY IF YOUR OBJEC­TION IS AGAINST DIR­ECT ADVERT­ISING OR PRO­FIL­ING ASSO­CI­ATED WITH SUCH DIR­ECT ADVERTISING.

Addi­tion­al rights

Revoc­a­tion of your con­sent to data processing

Many data pro­cessing oper­a­tions are based on your con­sent. You do this, for example, by tick­ing the appro­pri­ate box on online forms before sub­mit­ting the form or by allow­ing cer­tain cook­ies when you vis­it our web­site. You can revoke your con­sent at any time without giv­ing reas­ons (Art. 7 para 3 GDPR). We will then cease pro­cessing your data from the date of revoc­a­tion. The only excep­tion: We are required by law to retain the data for a cer­tain peri­od of time. Such reten­tion peri­ods exist in par­tic­u­lar in tax and com­mer­cial law.

Right to com­plain to the com­pet­ent super­vis­ory authority

If you think we have breached the Gen­er­al Data Pro­tec­tion Reg­u­la­tion (GDPR), you have the right to object to a super­vis­ory author­ity under Art­icle 77 GDPR. You may con­tact a super­vis­ory author­ity in the Mem­ber State of your res­id­ence, place of work or the place where the alleged infringe­ment took place. The right of appeal exists along with admin­is­trat­ive or judi­cial remedies.

Right to data portability

We may trans­fer data that we pro­cess auto­mat­ic­ally based on your con­sent or to ful­fil a con­tract with you or a third party in a stand­ard, machine-read­able format if you request such trans­fer. We can only trans­fer the data to anoth­er con­trol­ler if this is tech­nic­ally possible.

Right of access, eras­ure and rec­ti­fic­a­tion of data

In accord­ance with Art. 15 GDPR, you have the right to receive inform­a­tion free of charge regard­ing the per­son­al data we have stored, the proven­ance of such data, to whom we trans­mit such data and the pur­pose for which it is stored. If the data is incor­rect, you have a right to rec­ti­fic­a­tion (Art. 16 GDPR), under the con­di­tions of Art. 17 GDPR you may request that we delete the data.

Right to restric­tion of processing

In spe­cif­ic situ­ations, you may request us to restrict the pro­cessing of your data in accord­ance with Art. 18 GDPR. The data may then, apart from stor­age, only be pro­cessed as follows:

  • with your consent
  • to assert, exer­cise or defend leg­al claims
  • to pro­tect the rights of anoth­er nat­ur­al or leg­al person
  • on the grounds of major pub­lic interest of the European Uni­on or of a Mem­ber State

The right to restrict pro­cessing exists in the fol­low­ing situations:

  • You have dis­puted the accur­acy of your per­son­al data stored by us and we require time to exam­ine your case. In this case, the right shall exist for the dur­a­tion of the examination.
  • The pro­cessing of your per­son­al data is unlaw­ful or has been unlaw­ful in the past. Altern­at­ively, in this case you have the right of eras­ure of your data.
  • We no longer require your per­son­al data, but you need it to exer­cise, defend or enforce leg­al claims. Altern­at­ively, in this case you have the right of eras­ure of your data.
  • You have objec­ted in accord­ance with Art. 21 para 1 GDPR and we must now con­sider our mutu­al interests. In this case, the right exists provided the out­come of the con­sid­er­a­tions has not yet been determined.

Host­ing and con­tent deliv­ery net­works (CDN)

Extern­al hosting

Our web­site is loc­ated on a serv­er of the fol­low­ing Inter­net ser­vice pro­vider (hoster):

ALL​-INKL​.COM – Neue Medi­en Münich
Hauptstraße 68
02742 Friedersdorf

Has a data pro­cessing agree­ment been con­cluded with the hoster?
Yes

How do we pro­cess your data?

The hoster stores all the data on our web­site. This also includes all per­son­al data that is col­lec­ted auto­mat­ic­ally or which you have entered. This data could be, in par­tic­u­lar: Your IP address, pages viewed, names, con­tact details and enquir­ies, and meta and com­mu­nic­a­tion data. When pro­cessing data, XY shall com­ply with our instruc­tions at all times, and shall pro­cess the data only to the extent that this is neces­sary to ful­fil the oblig­a­tion to per­form with respect to us.

On what leg­al basis do we pro­cess your data?

As we address poten­tial cus­tom­ers via our web­site and main­tain con­tact with exist­ing cus­tom­ers, the data pro­cessing by our hoster serves to ini­ti­ate and ful­fil a con­tract and is there­fore based on Art. 6 para 1 lit. b) GDPR. Moreover, it is our legit­im­ate interest as a com­pany to provide a pro­fes­sion­al Inter­net offer that meets the essen­tial require­ments for secur­ity, speed and effi­ciency. In this respect, we also pro­cess your data on the basis of Art. 6 para 1 lit. f) GDPR.

Data col­lec­tion on this website

Use of cookies

Our web­site places cook­ies on your device. These are small text files that are used for vari­ous pur­poses. Some cook­ies are tech­nic­ally neces­sary for the web­site to func­tion at all (essen­tial cook­ies). Oth­ers are required to per­form spe­cif­ic actions or func­tions on the web­site (func­tion­al cook­ies). For example, without cook­ies it would not be pos­sible to use the bene­fits of a shop­ping bas­ket in an online shop. Oth­er cook­ies are used to ana­lyse user beha­viour or to optim­ise advert­ising activ­it­ies. If we use third-party ser­vices on our web­site, e.g. to pro­cess pay­ment trans­ac­tions, such extern­al com­pan­ies may also leave cook­ies on your device when you access the web­site (“third-party cookies”).

How do we pro­cess your data?

Ses­sion cook­ies are only stored on your device for the dur­a­tion of a ses­sion. There­fore, as soon as you close the browser, they auto­mat­ic­ally dis­ap­pear. Per­man­ent cook­ies, how­ever, remain on your device if you do not delete them your­self. This may lead, for example, to a per­man­ent ana­lys­is of your user beha­viour. You can use the set­tings in your browser to influ­ence how it man­ages cookies:

  • Do you want to be noti­fied when cook­ies are set?
  • Do you want to gen­er­ally exclude cook­ies or in spe­cif­ic cases only?
  • Do you want cook­ies to be auto­mat­ic­ally deleted when you close the browser?

If you dis­able or block cook­ies, you may restrict the func­tion­al­ity of the website.

If we use cook­ies from oth­er com­pan­ies or for ana­lys­is pur­poses, we will noti­fy you of such use with­in the frame­work of this Pri­vacy Policy. We also ask for your con­sent in this respect when you access our website.

On what leg­al basis do we pro­cess your data?

We have a legit­im­ate interest in ensur­ing that our online offers may be used with no prob­lems by vis­it­ors, and that all the required func­tions are avail­able to them. The stor­age of neces­sary and func­tion­al cook­ies on your device is there­fore on the basis of para Art. 6 para 1 lit. f) GDPR. We use all oth­er cook­ies in accord­ance with Art. 6 para 1 lit. a) GDPR, provided you grant us your con­sent to do so. You can revoke such con­sent at any time with effect for the future. If you have con­sen­ted to the pla­cing of essen­tial and func­tion­al cook­ies when your con­sent has been reques­ted, these cook­ies will also be stored exclus­ively based on your consent.

Serv­er log files

Serv­er log files log all requests and accesses to our web­site and record error mes­sages. They also include per­son­al data, in par­tic­u­lar your IP address. How­ever, this is anonymised by the pro­vider after a short peri­od, so we can­not assign the data to you per­son­ally. Your browser then auto­mat­ic­ally trans­fers your data to our provider.

How do we pro­cess your data?

Our pro­vider stores the serv­er log files to track the activ­it­ies on our web­site and to detect errors. The files con­tain the fol­low­ing data:

  • browser type and version
  • oper­at­ing sys­tem used
  • refer­rer URL
  • host name of the access­ing computer
  • time of the serv­er request
  • IP address (anonymised if necessary)

We do not com­bine this data with oth­er data, but only use it for stat­ist­ic­al eval­u­ation pur­poses and to improve our website.

On what leg­al basis do we pro­cess your data?

We have a legit­im­ate interest in ensur­ing that our web­site runs free of errors. It is also our legit­im­ate interest to obtain an anonymised over­view of the access to our web­site. The data pro­cessing is there­fore law­ful pur­su­ant to Art. 6 para 1 f) GDPR.

Social media plugins

Use of social media plugins

Use that is com­pli­ant with data protection

We use social media plu­gins on our web­site. You can recog­nise them by the logos of the social net­works. You can use the plu­gins to eas­ily share the con­tent of our web­site on social net­works. The list at the end of this sec­tion provides details of the plu­gins we use. Here you will also find the inform­a­tion of the vari­ous net­works rel­ev­ant to data protection.

How do we pro­cess your data?

The plu­gins nor­mally func­tion such that a mere vis­it to the web­site in which they are embed­ded is suf­fi­cient to estab­lish a con­nec­tion to the serv­ers of the social net­works. In this way, the offer­ing com­pan­ies learn that the respect­ive web­site was vis­ited via your IP address All net­works store the IP address, apart from Xing. Addi­tion­al per­son­al data may be added. Your data is gen­er­ally trans­ferred to serv­ers in the USA in the pro­cess. In this event, you can find out on what basis this is car­ried out in each case from the inform­a­tion on the net­works provided below.

We only use social media but­tons that com­ply with data pro­tec­tion reg­u­la­tions to pro­tect your per­son­al data more effect­ively. They replace the stand­ard social net­work but­tons with but­tons that only com­mu­nic­ate with the social net­work serv­ers when you click on them. How­ever, you can still eas­ily share inform­a­tion with others.

Even when using the social media but­tons that com­ply with data pro­tec­tion, your surf­ing beha­viour may be assigned to your per­son­al pro­file in a social net­work if you are logged into your account when you click on the but­ton. If you do not want this to hap­pen, you must log out of your account before you con­tin­ue surf­ing the Internet.

On what leg­al basis do we pro­cess your data?

By activ­at­ing the but­ton, you give your con­sent for a link to be estab­lished to the rel­ev­ant social net­work, for your IP address and poten­tially oth­er data to be trans­mit­ted and for your surf­ing beha­viour to be tracked by the social media com­pany. The data pro­cessing is there­fore law­ful in accord­ance with Art. 6 para 1 lit. a) GDPR. You can revoke your con­sent at any time. We will cease pro­cessing your data from the time of revocation.

We use social media plu­gins on our web­site. You can recog­nise them by the logos of the social net­works. You can use the plu­gins to eas­ily share the con­tent of our web­site on social net­works. The list at the end of this sec­tion provides details of the plu­gins we use. Here you will also find the inform­a­tion of the vari­ous net­works rel­ev­ant to data protection.

Which social media plu­gins do we use?


Ana­lyt­ics tools and advertising

We use the fol­low­ing tools to ana­lyse the beha­viour of the vis­it­ors to our web­site and to show advert­ise­ments to them.

Mat­omo Ana­lyt­ics Cloud (host­ing with InnoCraft)

What is Matomo?
Open source tool for ana­lys­ing user behaviour

Who pro­cesses your data?
Inno­Craft, 150 Wil­lis St, 6011 Wel­ling­ton, New Zealand

Has a data pro­cessing con­tract been con­cluded with Matomo?
Yes

Where can you find more inform­a­tion about data pro­tec­tion at Mat­omo Ana­lyt­ics Cloud?

https://​mat​omo​.org/​m​a​t​o​m​o​-​c​l​o​u​d​-​p​r​i​v​a​c​y​-​p​o​licy/

How can you pre­vent data collection?

Among oth­ers via the opt-out frame (https://​mat​omo​.org/​f​a​q​/​g​e​n​e​r​a​l​/​f​a​q​_​20000/)

How do we pro­cess your data?

We are always inter­ested in optim­ising our web­site for users and pla­cing advert­ising to optim­um effect. To assist us, we use Mat­omo Ana­lyt­ics, a tool that ana­lyses user beha­viour and thus provides us with the data based on which we will modi­fy our web­site. Mat­omo uses cook­ies, device fin­ger­print­ing and oth­er tech­no­lo­gies that enable user recog­ni­tion across the web­sites to ana­lyse user beha­viour. Mat­omo records the page views, the region of their ori­gin, the IP address, refer­rers, browsers used and oper­at­ing sys­tems. In addi­tion, the tool can meas­ure wheth­er our web­site vis­it­ors per­form cer­tain actions (e.g. click on links or make pur­chases). Once your IP address has been anonymised, the col­lec­ted data is stored in the cloud.

On what leg­al basis do we pro­cess your data?

As web­site oper­at­ors, we have a legit­im­ate interest in the anonymised ana­lys­is of user beha­viour for the pur­pose of optim­ising our web­site and the advert­ising dis­played on it. The data pro­cessing is there­fore law­ful in accord­ance with Art. 6 para 1 lit. f) GDPR. If you gran­ted your con­sent, for example, to the stor­age of cook­ies or have oth­er­wise con­sen­ted to data pro­cessing by Mat­omo Ana­lyt­ics Cloud, the leg­al basis is exclus­ively Art. 6 para 1 a) GDPR. You can revoke your con­sent at any time with effect for the future.

Google Ads

What is Google Ads?
Online advert­ising pro­gramme of Google Ire­land Ltd.

Who pro­cesses your data?
Google Ire­land Ltd., Gor­don House, Bar­row Street, Dub­lin 4, Ireland

Where can you find more inform­a­tion about Google Ads privacy?
https://​policies​.google​.com/​p​r​i​v​a​c​y​?​h​l​=​d​e​&​gl=de

On what basis do we trans­fer your data to the USA?
Google com­plies with the European Com­mis­sion’s stand­ard con­trac­tu­al clauses (https://​pri​vacy​.google​.com/​b​u​s​i​n​e​s​s​e​s​/​c​o​m​p​l​iance)

How do we pro­cess your data?

We use Google Ads. Google’s advert­ising pro­gramme enables us to play advert­ise­ments in the Google search engine or on third-party web­sites when vis­it­ors to our web­site enter cer­tain search terms on Google (keyword tar­get­ing). In addi­tion, we can use the user data avail­able at Google (e.g. loc­a­tion data and interests) to place tar­geted advert­ise­ments (audi­ence seg­ment tar­get­ing). We eval­u­ate the col­lec­ted data quant­it­at­ively by ana­lys­ing, for example, which search terms triggered the play­out of our advert­ise­ments and how many advert­ise­ments led to cor­res­pond­ing clicks.

On what leg­al basis do we pro­cess your data?

As web­site oper­at­ors, we have a legit­im­ate interest in the pla­cing and eval­u­ation of advert­ise­ments. The data pro­cessing is there­fore law­ful in accord­ance with Art. 6 para 1 lit. f) GDPR. If you gran­ted your con­sent, for example, to the stor­age of cook­ies or have oth­er­wise con­sen­ted to data pro­cessing by Google, the leg­al basis is exclus­ively Art. 6 para 1 a) GDPR. You can revoke your con­sent at any time with effect for the future.

Audio and video conferences

As a com­pany, we are in con­tact with many people: cus­tom­ers, busi­ness part­ners, ser­vice pro­viders, etc. In addi­tion to oth­er means of com­mu­nic­a­tion, we also use online con­fer­ence tools for com­mu­nic­a­tions. Inform­a­tion rel­ev­ant to data pro­tec­tion law on the provider(s) of the tools we use is con­tained at the end of this sec­tion. If you com­mu­nic­ate with us via this type of tool, not only we, but in par­tic­u­lar the pro­vider of the respect­ive tool, will pro­cess your per­son­al data.

How do we pro­cess your data?

Online con­fer­en­cing tools col­lect and store a range of per­son­al data to enable par­ti­cip­a­tion in an online con­fer­ence and the effi­cient oper­a­tion of such. In addi­tion to regis­tra­tion, con­fer­ence and tech­nic­al data, this also includes spe­cif­ic com­mu­nic­a­tion content.

Login data: Your email address and/​or tele­phone num­ber and, where applic­able, addi­tion­al data you provide when regis­ter­ing for the conference.

Con­fer­ence data: The start, end and dur­a­tion of your par­ti­cip­a­tion in the con­fer­ence, the num­ber of par­ti­cipants and oth­er meta data regard­ing the conference.

Tech­nic­al data: IP address, MAC address, device ID, device type, oper­at­ing sys­tem and ver­sion, cli­ent ver­sion, cam­era type, micro­phone or speak­er and the con­nec­tion type.

Com­mu­nic­a­tion con­tent: Cloud record­ings, chat/​instant mes­sages, voice mails uploaded pho­tos and videos, files, white­boards and oth­er inform­a­tion shared while using the service.

For details on data pro­cessing, please refer to the pri­vacy policies of the respect­ive con­fer­ence tool provider.

How long do we store your data?

As your com­mu­nic­a­tion part­ner, we delete your data from our sys­tems as soon as one of the fol­low­ing occurs:

The pur­pose of the data pro­cessing ceases to apply.

You request us to delete the data.

You revoke your con­sent to storage.

This only does not apply if we are leg­ally obliged to retain the data.

Cook­ies remain on your ter­min­al device until you delete them.

Con­fer­ence tool pro­viders also store your data for their own pur­poses. Please enquire dir­ectly with the pro­viders what this means for the dur­a­tion of the stor­age of your data.

On what leg­al basis do we pro­cess your data?

If we are already bound under a con­tract or if you wish to enter into a con­tract with us, we use con­fer­ence tools to ful­fil the con­tract or to inform you about our ser­vices or products. In this respect, data pro­cessing is car­ried out on the basis of Art. 6 para 1 lit. b) GDPR. Oth­er­wise, the use of con­fer­en­cing tools is for quick and easy com­mu­nic­a­tion, without which we could not run our busi­ness effi­ciently. We there­fore also have a legit­im­ate interest in the data pro­cessing pur­su­ant to Art. 6 para 1 lit. f) GDPR. Anoth­er leg­al basis may be your con­sent. In this case Art. 6 para 1 lit. a) GDPR shall apply. This basis shall cease to apply for the future if you revoke your consent.

Which online con­fer­ence tools do we use?

Microsoft Teams

What is Microsoft Teams?
It is a com­mu­nic­a­tion plat­form for team working

Who pro­cesses your data?
Microsoft Corp., One Microsoft Way, Red­mond, WA 98052 – 6399USA

Where can you find more inform­a­tion about data pro­tec­tion at Microsoft Teams?
https://​pri​vacy​.microsoft​.com/​d​e​-​d​e​/​p​r​i​v​a​c​y​s​t​a​t​ement

On what basis do we trans­fer your data to the USA?

Microsoft com­plies with the European Com­mis­sion’s stand­ard con­trac­tu­al clauses (https://​docs​.microsoft​.com/​e​n​-​u​s​/​c​o​m​p​l​i​a​n​c​e​/​r​e​g​u​l​a​t​o​r​y​/gdpr)

Own ser­vices / Other

Hand­ling of applic­ant data

If you would like to work for us, we will be happy to receive your applic­a­tion. We treat all per­son­al data trans­mit­ted in strict con­fid­ence. This also applies to data we col­lect sub­sequently din the course of the applic­a­tion process.

How do we pro­cess your data?

We store and use all the data we col­lect as part of the applic­a­tion pro­cess, inso­far as this is required to make a decision on the form­a­tion of an employ­ment rela­tion­ship. In addi­tion to con­tact and com­mu­nic­a­tion data and applic­a­tion doc­u­ments, this also applies, for example, to any notes we take dur­ing job inter­views. We only pass your data to per­sons with­in our com­pany who are involved in pro­cessing your application.

In the event of a suc­cess­ful applic­a­tion, we store the data required for the imple­ment­a­tion of the employ­ment rela­tion­ship in our data pro­cessing systems.

How long do we store your data?

If we are unable to make you a job offer, you decline a job offer or with­draw your applic­a­tion, we reserve the right to retain your doc­u­ments and oth­er applic­a­tion data for up to 6 months after the end of the applic­a­tion pro­cess. The reas­on is that we may require the data for evid­ence pur­poses in the event of a leg­al dis­pute. Upon the expiry of the 6‑month reten­tion peri­od, we delete the data and des­troy all the doc­u­ments. If lit­ig­a­tion is immin­ent or pending, we will delete the data and doc­u­ments if they are no longer required to serve as evidence.

We delete data in the applic­ant pool no later than 2 years after con­sent has been gran­ted. Should you with­draw your con­sent pri­or to the end of this peri­od, we will delete the data at an earli­er stage.

The dele­tion of your data is, at all times, sub­ject to the con­di­tion that we are not leg­ally obliged to keep it for a longer period.

On what leg­al basis do we pro­cess your data?

We pro­cess your applic­ant data on the basis of § 26 BDSG-neu (Fed­er­al Data Pro­tec­tion Act, as amended) (ini­ti­ation of an employ­ment rela­tion­ship) and Art. 6 para 1 lit. b) GDPR (gen­er­al con­tract initiation).

The same applies if your applic­a­tion is successful.

If we are unable to make you a job offer, you decline a job offer or with­draw your applic­a­tion, we have a legit­im­ate interest in using your data to serve as evid­ence in any lit­ig­a­tion. The data pro­cessing is there­fore based on Art. 6 para 1 lit. f) GDPR.

If you have expressly con­sen­ted to the stor­age of your data, we will pro­cess your data on the basis of Art. 6 para 1 lit. a) GDPR. You can revoke your con­sent at any time with effect for the future.

This Pri­vacy Policy which com­plies with the GDPR and was cre­ated using the smart data pro­tec­tion gen­er­at­or from PRIVE Datens­chutz-Soft­ware.

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