We welcome your interest in our homepage and our products and services. When collecting, processing and using your personal data in association you’re your visit to our homepage, the protection of that data is important to us. Below you will find information describing the data we collect during your visit to our homepage, and how we use these data.
The unit responsible for the processing of personal data in relation to this website is
Pete Chenaski Experience, Proprietor: Mr Peter Scholten, Rudolf-Diesel-Str. 64, D-46485 Wesel.
1. Data collection and processing
Access to our homepage is logged. Access data are stored for system-related and statistical purposes. The information logged consists of use-related data such as the name of the file called up, dates and times our files are called up, the volume of data transmitted, messages relating to successful retrieval, the web browsers used, and the domain issuing the request.
We covenant not to link any of the data retrieved for statistical purposes with other data that would permit their allocation to specific individuals.
Further personal data are collected only if you have provided these particulars voluntarily, such as in the context of an order, request or registration.
If you visit our homepage, we may deposit information on your computer in the form of a ‘cookie’ to permit automatic recognition the next time you visit our site. Cookies permit, for instance, a website to tailor its offerings to your interests, or to store your data and settings to save you from having to enter them anew each time you visit that website. If you would rather we not recognise your computer, please change the settings on your web browser so that it deletes cookies from your hard drive, blocks all cookies or warns you before storing a cookie. You will find instructions on how to change these settings in the help text for your browser.
2. Use and forwarding of personal data
If you have made personal information available to us, we use this information only when responding to your requests, when processing contracts concluded with you, and for technical administration purposes.
In compliance with the provisions of law, your personal data is forwarded or otherwise transmitted to third parties only if this is required for purposes of contract implementation (e.g. for processing shipping orders) or for invoicing purposes, or if you have issued your prior consent thereto.
Any personal data that have been stored are deleted if you cancel your consent to storage of these data, if knowledge of these data is no longer required to fulfil the purpose for which the data were stored, or if storage of these data is not permissible for other legal reasons.
3. Right of objection and of information
You have the right to object at any time to future application of a consent previously issued by you. Upon written request, we shall gladly inform you of the personal data stored about you. For data on contacting us to exercise your right of objection and information, as well as for further questions on data protection, you are kindly requested to refer to the ‘Imprint’ section of our website.
We enlist all technical and organisational means available to us to ensure that your personal data are stored in such a way as to prevent access to this data by third parties. We are not in a position to ensure complete data security in the event of communications via e-mail; consequently, we advise that confidential information be forwarded by post.