General notice and mandatory information
The person responsible for processing data on this website is:
Explizit Simultandolmetscher und Konferenzberatung
The responsible person decides alone or in conjunction with others about the purpose and means of processing personal data (such as names, contact details and so on).
Some data processing procedures can only be done with your express permission. You can revoke your consent at any time; an informal email will suffice. Revoking your consent does not render illegal any data processing done previously.
As a data subject, you have the right to complain to the responsible regulatory authorities if data protection laws have been breached. The regulatory authority responsible for matters of data protection law is the state data protection officer of the federal state in which our company’s headquarters are located. The following link provides a list of data privacy officers and their contact details: https://www.bfdi.bund.de.
You have the right to have data which we automatically process on the basis of your consent or in fulfilment of a contract, given to you or to a third party. It will be supplied in a machine-readable format. If you request your data to be sent directly to another responsible party, this will only be done inasmuch as it is technically feasible.
You have the right at any time within the scope of the applicable legal provisions to review without cost information about your stored personal data, source of the data, their recipients and the purpose of data processing. If necessary, you have the right to correct, block or delete this data. To exercise these rights or for further questions on the subject of personal data, please contact our designated Data Protection Officer.
For security reasons and to protect the transmission of confidential content which you send to us as the operator of the website, our site uses SSL and TLS encryption. This means data you transfer using this website cannot be read by anyone else. You can see that a connection is encrypted because there will be an ‘https://’ at the beginning of the address in your browser and a padlock symbol in the browser line.
The provider of the website uses server log files to automatically collect and store information which your browser automatically sends to us. This information is:
This data is not combined with any other data sources. The data is processed on the basis of Art. 6 Par. 1 lit. b GDPR, which permits data to be processed in the fulfilment of a contract and precontractual activities.
Data transmitted via the contact form, including your contact data, will be stored in order to be able to process your enquiry or to be available for follow-up questions. This data will not be passed on without your consent.
The data entered in the contact form will be processed exclusively on the basis of your consent (Sec. 6 para. 1 lit. a GDPR). A revocation of your already given consent is possible at any time. An informal notification by e-mail is sufficient for the revocation. The legality of the data processing processes carried out up to the revocation remains unaffected by the revocation.
Data transmitted via the contact form will remain with us until you request deletion, revoke your consent to storage or until there is no longer any need for data storage. Mandatory statutory provisions – in particular retention periods – remain unaffected.
Source: data protection configurator at mein-datenschutzbeauftragter.de
Translated by Explizit Dolmetschen
Dear colleagues and customers! Twelve successful months lie behind us. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you very much for the great cooperation, your commitment and your loyalty. For the New Year we wish you and your families all the best!
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