Public Directory of Procedures of skatedeluxe OHG
Section 4 of the Federal Data Protection Act (Bundesdatenschutzgesetz, BDSG) stipulates that the data protection officer must provide everyone with the following information in a suitable form in accordance with section 4e:
Name of the responsible body:
Christoph Hartleib, Katrin Hartleib
Address of the responsible body:
skatedeluxe OHG, Am Heuberg 25, 37308 Schimberg, Germany
Purpose of the data collection, processing or use:
The object of the enterprise is the mail order business with merchandise, the provision of customer support, the advertising of products and the serial production of the merchandise on offer, excluding handcrafted manufacturing. Data collection, processing, transmission and use is carried out in order to achieve the aforesaid objectives.
Description of the group of persons affected and data or data categories in this respect:
Customer data, employee data, applicants' data and the data of suppliers and other business associates, in as far as this data is necessary in order to achieve the objectives mentioned under point 5.
On request we will be pleased to inform you of the system in which your data might be stored and of the data in question. Please simply contact our Customer Service for such information. They will pass on your request to the appropriate body without delay.
Recipients or categories of recipients to whom data may be disclosed:
are public bodies in the case of overriding legal requirements, external contractors in accordance with section 11 of the German Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) and internal departments pursuing the objectives set out under point 5. Within the framework of the data protection laws or if the corresponding consent has been given, customer data is passed on to other companies in order to perform credit checks and for marketing purposes.
General time limits for the deletion of the data:
Our lawmakers have passed a diverse laws regarding data retention obligations and data retention periods. At the end of these time limits the corresponding data is routinely deleted. If any data should not be affected by this, it will be deleted once the objectives set out under point 5 are no longer relevant.
Disclosure of data to countries outside the EU/EEC ("third countries"):
Transmissions of data to countries outside the EU/EEC ("third countries") only take place within the framework of the existing contractual requirements, necessary communication and other exceptions explicitly provided for under the Federal Data Protection Act. The use of social plug-ins, such as the "LIKE" button, causes data to be transmitted to a country outside the EU/EEC. There is currently no further transmission of data to "third countries".
Data Protection Officer
Valid from: 15 June 2012