The following data protection provisions apply to the website operated by DVV Media Group GmbH under the name iaf app and to any related services. In collecting, processing and using personal data, DVV Media complies with the Data Protection Law of England and Wales and the European Union data protection regulations. We will handle all users' data in a sensitive and responsible manner. The collection, processing and use of users' personal data is solely for the purpose of operating this website and the services that it offers. No data is forwarded to third parties for commercial or business purposes. The registered body within the meaning of the applicable data protection laws is DVV Media Group GmbH.
When you visit to our web pages, information is automatically stored in our “server-log files” transmitted to us by your browser. This information is:
It is not possible for us to attribute this data to individual people. This data will not be combined with other data sources (e.g. registration data), and will be deleted after statistical evaluation. It will not be retained as a single data record.
Should you wish to use any offers or personalised or paid for services hosted on the website, we may require additional information from you in order to provide these services and/or for billing purposes. This includes your name, a (valid) e-mail address and other information such as your address and telephone number that allow us to check that you are the owner of the e-mail address stated or that its owner agrees to receive the relevant services, in order to provide the specified services and to invoice you correctly. The input of a valid e-mail address is necessary so that we can prevent improper registrations. We use a “Double-Opt-In Procedure”. After you have entered your e-mail address, you will receive a confirmation email requiring you to confirm your registration and verify your e-mail address. This information is personal data,that enables your identity to be established. However it is possible for you to visit our open-access pages without having to wholly or partly reveal your identity. You are also free to use our Newsletter at no cost, either by giving your name or a pseudonym in order to provide identification. As part of your registration, you may also voluntarily provide us with additional information beyond that required to provide the service. For example, this could include business or professional group details entered in the appropriate fields of the registration form. We will use this data to tailor our offers to the requirements of our users, for product information in our advertising and also for customer support. As a matter of principle, this data will not be forwarded to third parties.
2. Web-bugs in "Premium Newsletters"
So-called web-bugs (also referred to as “count-pixel” or “clear-gifs”) are embedded in certain of our Premium Newsletters to count the number of times the Newsletter is accessed in order to prevent misuse/breach of contract and to establish when the licence has been infringed. These relate to an invisible graphic, 1x1 pixel in size, linked to the user-ID of the relevant Newsletter subscriber in order to provide information on the number of times the user concerned accesses the contents of the Premium Newsletter. This tracking assists with correct billing for the services concerned.
You may at any time revoke the consent that you have granted us to store and use your personal data in order to provide the relevant services. Please note that we may still continue to use your data to the extent necessary for billing purposes even after we receive this instruction. Moreover, any objection to the use of essential data means that you will no longer be able to use certain former services, and we will immediately cease to provide such services. In this case, your personal data will be deleted immediately and no longer retained in our data inventory.
You are entitled at all times to information on the nature and extent of any data we hold about you, its origin and recipients as well as the purpose for which we are storing the data.
In the event of any changes to our services, amendments to the law and possible omissions in the regulations that may be discovered later, it may be necessary to amend these data protection provisions. You may refer to and print out these data protection provisions from every page of this website using the Data Protection (email@example.com) link.
Contact the DVV Media Group's data protection officer: firstname.lastname@example.org