GDPR - General Data Protection Regulation

Name and Address of Entity in Charge

The responsible entity in accordance with the general data protection regulation and other national data privacy laws of the member states and further data provacy regulations not covered here is:

Company IT-Consultancy Michael Tunkel
Poccistrasse 8
80336 München
Deutschland
Tel.: (+49) (0)89774953
E-Mail: IT-Beratung@michaeltunkel.de
Website: www.michaeltunkel.de

The data protection officer of the responsible entity is:

Michael Tunkel
Poccistrasse 8
80336 München
Deutschland
Tel.: (+49) (0)89774953
E-Mail: IT-Beratung@michaeltunkel.de
Website: www.michaeltunkel.de

Description of the processing of your private data

There exists a contact form on our web site intended to establish first communication via electronic mail or telephone. By using this facility the data entered in the form will be sent to us and stored. The set of data supplied by you consists of:

Please note that only some entries in the contact form are deemed necessary and are marked as such on the contact page.

Upon sending the message form the following data will be stored additionally:

The contact person's consent to the processing of his or her personal data will be obtained during the act of sending. Furthermore there exists a clearly visible link to this data privacy declaration on the contact page.

Scope of processing your personal data

We process a user's personal data strictly to the extent of its being necessary to uphold the functioning of our web site. The processing of a user's personal data requires without exception the prior explicit consent of the user to do so. An exception to the afore said applies only to those cases where obtaining a prior consent is not possible for factual reasons and the processing of the private data is allowed by force of legal regulation. The transfer of private data to a third party is categorically excluded.

Data erasure and limitation of data storage period

A user's privacy data will be erased or locked as soon as the reason for storing them has become obsolete. Further storing of privacy data may be done, if this is stipulated by european or national lawmakers for regulations, laws and other directives, to which the data protection officer is subjected. The locking or erasure of privacy data will also be performed if one of the afore mentioned deadlines is exceeded, unless there exists the necessity for further storage of data on account of contract conclusion or contract fulfillment.