In principle, this site is a publicly usable website that does not require any personal registration. When using this website, however, your internet browser transmits various information to our web server (e.g. IP address, name of internet browser, desired language, domain name, internet service provider, protocol, operating system), some of which our web servers stores for further activities.
You can usually influence the scope of information transmitted by your internet browser in its settings. Please note that setting changes may restrict the use of our website. In the following, we would like to explain which information is transmitted and stored and for what purposes.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files. These are usually downloaded to your computer or mobile device from the websites you visit. This allows the website to recognise your device on your journey through the page (possibly even when you return later) to make it easier for you to use the pages and to customise them.
The following terms can help you understand an control cookies:
Cookies that are installed on your device by the organisation the website are called "first-party cookies".
Cookies that are installed on your device via the website you visit are called "third-party cookies". For example, this is a cookie installed by a website analysis company to provide the website operator with information about the number of visitors to its website.
So-called permanent cookies remain on your device even when you close your internet browser. They are activated every time you visit the website that generated this cookie. For example, if a website uses a "permanent cookie" to remember your login information, you do not need to enter it every time you visit the website.
Session cookies", on the other hand, are not stored permanently and are normally used to serve a website, for example by allowing a user to move from one page to another without having to log in again. Once you close your browser, all session cookies are deleted from your computer.
Flash cookies" are installed from websites that contain media (e.g. video clips). Adobe Flash software is required for this. This allows content to be downloaded and information stored faster, for example, that the content has been accessed from your device.
Which cookies do we use?
How a website works Cookies that are technically necessary to guarantee functioning of our website or that offer a service or option that you have requested. For example, a cookie that "remembers" your personal settings such as the selected language or similar.
Performance analysis of the website Cookies that help us improve our website by providing overall statistics on the number of visitors to a page, which areas of a page are most viewed and the city or location of users. These can be installed by external analysis providers commissioned by us. These cookies do not identify you personally.
How do I control cookies?
As outlined above, you can fully utilise our website’s functionality thanks to cookies. If you deactivate cookies, certain functionalities may not be available to you as expected.
If you do not wish to accept cookies, you can set your web browser to disable cookies in addition to special opt-out functions that are available to you below. Please note that most browsers offer different ways to protect your privacy. For example, you can allow first-party cookies, but block third-party cookies or be notified each time a website wants to install a cookie. Please note that such deactivation of cookies means that it is not possible to set new cookies. However, it does not prevent previously set cookies from continuing to function on your device until you have deleted all cookies in your browser settings. You can usually find the instructions for the management of cookies on your browser under the browser's help function or in the operating instructions for your smartphone.
How Web Tracking works
We use the data collected on our website to create user profiles under a pseudonym. These pseudonymous user profiles do not allow for any conclusions about your person. You can object to such data collection at any time by using the "Analytics Opt-out" link further down the page. Without your explicit consent, such tracking data will not be merged with your personal data.
In order to adapt our website to your interests and needs and for the purpose of market research, we evaluate data that is generated when you visit our website. For this purpose, we use the services of Webtrekk GmbH (Berlin). On our behalf, Webtrekk collects anonymous data on the surfing and clicking behaviour of our website visitors. For this purpose, Webtrekk uses a session cookie through your browser on our behalf. This cookie is set each time you visit our website and expires when you leave the website.
Furthermore, Webtrekk sets a temporary cookie, which enables us to identify you pseudonymised by the cookie ID as a returning visitor to our website. The temporary cookies expire six months after your last website visit.
See also "Website Performance Analysis".
You can delete cookies at any time via your browser settings. See also "How do I control cookies?".
No personal data is collected or stored via the cookies used on our website.
How can I unsubscribe from pseudonymous web tracking?
The technologies used on our website by Webtrekk GmbH are certified by TÜV Saarland in the area of data protection and data security. Visitors of our website always have the possibility to deactivate the pseudonymised web tracking. Simply click on "Analytics Opt-out". This causes a cookie to be stored on your computer that prevents Webtrekk from collecting pseudonymised data on our website.
If you delete your cookies, you will have to perform the "Analytics Opt-out" again. Please also check your current browser settings regarding the handling of cookies. To generally prevent web tracking, you can delete or completely reject cookies in your browser via the browser settings.
How do we collect data and how long is it stored?
In accordance with the requirements of German data protection law, our website visitors are separately informed about each collection of personal data on the respective websites. We do not collect, use or process any personal data without your express consent, which can also be declared electronically. Declared consent can be revoked at any time with future effect. Personal data that you have communicated to us via the website will only be stored until the purpose for which it was entrusted to us has been fulfilled. Should you no longer agree with the storage of your personal data, or should it have become incorrect, we will arrange for the deletion or blocking of your data or make the necessary corrections based on a corresponding instruction (to the extent possible under applicable law). Upon request, you will receive information free of charge about all personal data we have stored about you.
Right to information and further information
Your trust is important to us. Therefore, we are at your disposal when it comes to questions about the processing and use of your personal data. You have the right to information about your personal data stored, its recipients and the purpose of data processing at any time.
Should you would wish to obtain information this data protection policy was not able to provide, or if you require more detailed information on any point, please contact the data protection officer of Deutsche Oppenheim Family Office AG at email@example.com
In addition to these site-specific data protection notices, the data protection notices in accordance with the basic EU data protection regulation also apply. Should you not be satisfied with the data protection measures described here or you have questions regarding the collection, processing and/or use of your personal data, we would be delighted to hear from you. We strive to answer your questions as quickly as possible and to implement your suggestions. Please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org