Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e. V., to which FlexiSens belongs, takes the protection of personal data seriously.
Protocols, Log Files
When users access our website, data such as the computer’s IP address, internet browser used, date, and time are automatically logged for technical reasons and saved for a period of seven days in our system log files. Saving in log files occurs to ensure the functionality of the website and the security of our information technology systems. This data is therefore only evaluated when technical problems or attacks on our webserver arise. The legal basis for data storage is Article 6, Paragraph 1 f GDPR (legitimate interest). Combining this information with other user data does not occur.
We do not use analysis tools.
Contact Forms, Registration Forms and Online Applications
Furthermore, we in no way save or gather personal data through this website (such as names, addresses, telephone numbers or email addresses) unless you provide us with such information (e.g., if you get in contact with us, utilize registration forms for events and workshops or fill in online applications) and in the context outlined as follows. Personal data you willingly provide (also in regard to required fields as part of your request) is treated confidentially, serving only to process your request, and will not be passed on to third parties without your consent and/or your being informed in regard to that particular form. The data is processed and stored on the basis of a legitimate interest (Art. 6, Par. 1 f GDPR, or in the case of requests for offers pursuant to Art. 6 Par. 1 b GDPR) in processing your respective request
All personal data is deleted or blocked as soon as the purpose of the storage no longer applies. Furthermore, storage may also take place to the extent it is permitted by European or national legislation.
We use SSL encryption so that the data you enter on our homepage is transferred to us in encrypted form. Users should, however, be aware that Internet data transfer (e.g., through email communication) can encounter security issues. Complete protection from access by third parties is impossible.
This website uses Google Maps to display interactive maps and for generating routes/directions. Google Maps is a mapping service provided by Google Ireland Limited, Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland (“Google”). By using Google Maps, information on the use of this website, including your IP address and the entered starting point (address) may be transferred to Google in the Unites States as part of the trip planning function. When you access one of our Internet websites, which includes Google Maps, your browser generates a direct link to the Google servers. The map content is directly transmitted from Google to your browser and is integrated by your browser into the website. We therefore have no influence on the extent of data that Google collects in this manner. To our knowledge, this data at least includes:
- Date and time of visit to the relevant website
- Internet address or URL of the website accessed
- IP address, (starting) address entered in the context of trip planning
These cookies do not retrieve data stored on your hard drive and do not affect your PC or your data. Cookies do not contain viruses, Trojans or other malicious applications.
Your rights – Contact Information for Our Data Protection Representative
For all data protection matters and, in particular, to exercise your rights pursuant to Art. 15 and subsequent articles of the GDPR (information on data processed about you, its origin, recipient and the purpose of processing and, where applicable, a right to correction, restriction of processing or deletion and revocation or objection), you can contact our data protection representative:
Prof. Ralph Wagner
Dresdner Institut für Datenschutz
Your concerns will be treated with confidentiality.
Furthermore, if you do not consent to our data processing, you can contact the supervisory authority (Saxon data protection representative, www.saechsdsb.de), at any time.
In case of legal disputes, only the German version of this text is legally binding.