Privacy Policy

Principles of data processing at JOHS. THOMS GmbH & Co. KG You came to this page via a link because you want to find out about our handling of (your) personal data. In order to fulfill our obligation to inform according to Art. 12 ff. of the General Data Protection Regulation (DSGVO), we are pleased to present our information on data protection below: Who is responsible for data processing? The responsible party in terms of data protection law is           JOHS. THOMS GmbH & Co. KG           Geschwister-Beschuetz-Bogen 6           22335 Hamburg | Germany You will find further information about our company, details of the persons authorized to represent us and also further contact options in the imprint of our website: Which of your data do we process? And for which purposes? If we have received data from you, we will only process them for the purposes for which we received or collected them. Data processing for other purposes will only be considered if the legal requirements necessary in this respect pursuant to Art. 6 (4) DSGVO exist. We will of course comply with any information obligations pursuant to Art. 13 (3) DSGVO and Art. 14 (4) DSGVO in that case. What is the legal basis? The legal basis for the processing of personal data is basically – unless there are other specific legal provisions – Art. 6 DSGVO. In particular, the following possibilities come into consideration: Consent (Art. 6 (1a) DSGVO) Data processing for the fulfillment of contracts (Art. 6 (1b) DSGVO) Data processing on the basis of a balancing of interests (Art. 6 (1f) DSGVO) Data processing for the fulfillment of a legal obligation (Art. 6 (1c) DSGVO) If personal data are processed on the basis of your consent, you have the right to revoke your consent to us at any time with effect for the future. If we process data on the basis of a balance of interests, you as the person affected have the right to object to the processing of personal data, taking into account the requirements of Art. 21 DSGVO. How long are the data stored? We process the data as long as necessary for the respective purpose. Insofar as statutory retention obligations exist – e.g. under commercial law or tax law – the personal data concerned will be stored for the duration of the retention obligation. After expiry of the retention obligation, it is checked whether there is a further necessity for processing. If the data are no longer required, they are deleted. As a matter of principle, we carry out an examination of data towards the end of a calendar year with regard to the need for further processing. Due to the volume of data, this check is carried out with regard to specific types of data or purposes of processing. Of course, you can request information about the data we have stored about you at any time (see below) and, if there is no need for further processing, you can

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