For the purpose of creating access statistics, your IP address, the URL of the page you accessed, the referrer (the previous page from which you were referred to the page you are currently accessing), and the date and time of access are recorded when the website is accessed.
This data is only used internally by Map to compile access statistics and is not passed on to third parties. The personal data that you send us in the context of a contact request via the contact form will only be used to answer your request or contact you and will be used for the related technical administration. It will not be passed on to third parties. In accordance with the Federal Data Protection Act, you have a right to free information about the data stored about you and, if applicable, a right to correct, block or delete this data. You can object to the use of your data in accordance with § 15 para. 3 TMG by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and informing Map of the relevant IP address and the exact period of access to the pages of Map. The corresponding entries will then be deleted from the log files as far as possible.
Upon your request, the information can also be provided electronically.
Cookies are used on this website in order to make the visit of the website attractive and innovative, and to enable the use of certain functions. Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer. Two types of cookies are used. Firstly, so-called "session cookies", which are removed from the hard drive after the browser session has ended and secondly, so-called "permanent cookies"; these remain on your computer and enable us to recognise you when you visit our website again. If you wish to deactivate cookies, you can control this via your browser settings.
On these internet pages plugins of the social network linkedin.com are used. This plugin is provided by LinkedIn Ireland Unlimited Company
Wilton Place, Dublin 2, Ireland ("LinkedIn"). When you access a website using this plugin, a connection to the LinkedIn servers is established and the plugin is displayed on the website by notifying your browser. This tells the LinkedIn server which Internet pages you have currently visited. If you are logged in as a LinkedIn member, LinkedIn associates this information with your personal LinkedIn account. When using the plugin functions (e.g. by clicking the "LinkedIn" button) this information is also assigned to your LinkedIn account, which you can only prevent by logging out before using the plugin.