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Data Protection Declaration

Snapview GmbH is parti­cu­larly concerned about data protec­tion. Our efforts in parti­cular to meet the requi­re­ments of the Euro­pean General Data Protec­tion Regu­la­tion (GDPR) and the German Federal Data Protec­tion Act in its new version are prima­rily aimed at respec­ting your privacy and personal sphere.

For modern compa­nies such as Snapview GmbH, the use of elec­tronic data proces­sing systems is indis­pensable nowa­days. It goes without saying that we will do our utmost to comply with the legal regulations.

The Snapview GmbH website can be used without any indi­ca­tion of personal data. However, if the data subject wishes to make use of special services of our company via our website, it may be necessary to process personal data. If the proces­sing of personal data is necessary and there is no legal basis for such proces­sing, we gene­rally obtain the consent of the data subject.

Under no circum­s­tances will we sell or rent your personal infor­ma­tion to third parties for their marke­ting or other purposes. If you do not agree with the provi­sions of the data protec­tion decla­ra­tion, please do not send any personal data to us.

1. General Information, Definition of Terms

This data protec­tion decla­ra­tion is based on terms of the GDPR and should be easy to read and under­stand for every person. For this reason, we would like to explain various terms in advance:

a) personal data
Personal data means any infor­ma­tion rela­ting to an iden­ti­fied or iden­ti­fiable natural person (herein­after “data subject”). An iden­ti­fiable natural person is one who can be iden­ti­fied, directly or indi­rectly, in parti­cular by refe­rence to an iden­ti­fier such as a name, an iden­ti­fi­ca­tion number, loca­tion data, an online iden­ti­fier or to one or more factors specific to the physical, physio­lo­gical, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social iden­tity of that natural person.

b) data subject / person concerned
Data subject means any iden­ti­fied or iden­ti­fiable natural person whose personal data are processed by the controller.

c) proces­sing
Proces­sing means any opera­tion or set of opera­tions which is performed on personal data or on sets of personal data, whether or not by auto­mated means, such as collec­tion, recording, orga­niz­a­tion, struc­tu­ring, storage, adap­t­ation or alte­ra­tion, retrieval, consul­ta­tion, use, disclo­sure by trans­mis­sion, disse­mi­na­tion or other­wise making avail­able, align­ment or combi­na­tion, restric­tion, erasure or destruction.

d) restric­tion of proces­sing
Restric­tion of proces­sing means the marking of stored personal data with the aim of limi­ting their proces­sing in the future.

e) Profiling
Profiling means any form of auto­mated proces­sing of personal data consis­ting of the use of personal data to evaluate certain personal aspects rela­ting to a natural person, in parti­cular to analyze or predict aspects concer­ning that natural person’s perfor­mance at work, economic situa­tion, health, personal prefe­rences, inte­rests, relia­bi­lity, beha­vior, loca­tion or movements.

f) pseud­ony­miz­a­tion
Pseud­ony­miz­a­tion means the proces­sing of personal data in such a manner that the personal data can no longer be attri­buted to a specific data subject without the use of addi­tional infor­ma­tion, provided that such addi­tional infor­ma­tion is kept sepa­r­ately and is subject to tech­nical and orga­ni­sa­tional measures to ensure that the personal data are not attri­buted to an iden­ti­fied or iden­ti­fiable natural person.

g) controller
Controller means the natural or legal person, public autho­rity, agency or other body which, alone or jointly with others, deter­mines the purposes and means of the proces­sing of personal data; where the purposes and means of such proces­sing are deter­mined by Union or Member State law, the controller or the specific criteria for its nomi­na­tion may be provided for by Union or Member State law.

h) processor
Processor means a natural or legal person, public autho­rity, agency or other body which processes personal data on behalf of the controller.

i) reci­pient
Reci­pient means a natural or legal person, public autho­rity, agency or another body, to which the personal data are disc­losed, whether a third party or not. However, public autho­ri­ties which may receive personal data in the frame­work of a parti­cular inquiry in accordance with Union or Member State law shall not be regarded as reci­pi­ents; the proces­sing of those data by those public autho­ri­ties shall be in compli­ance with the appli­cable data protec­tion rules according to the purposes of the processing.

j) third party
Third party means a natural or legal person, public autho­rity, agency or body other than the data subject, controller, processor and persons who, under the direct autho­rity of the controller or processor, are autho­rized to process personal data.

k) consent
Consent of the data subject means any freely given, specific, informed and unam­bi­guous indi­ca­tion of the data subject’s wishes by which he or she, by a state­ment or by a clear affir­ma­tive action, signi­fies agree­ment to the proces­sing of personal data rela­ting to him or her.

2. Information on the collection of personal data

(1) In the following we inform you about the collec­tion of personal data when using our website. Personal data are all data that can be related to you perso­nally, e.g. name, address, e‑mail addresses, user beha­vior, etc.

(2) The person respon­sible pursuant to Art. 4 Para. 7 EU General Data Protec­tion Regu­la­tion (GDPR) is

Snapview GmbH
repre­sented by the Mana­ging Direc­tors Erik Boos, Mark Zondler
Dingol­finger Str. 15
81673 Munich
Germany

Tel.: +49 89 / 3564 7592 – 0
Fax: +49 89 / 5880 1133 – 9
E‑Mail: info@snapview.de
Website: www.snapview.de

(3) Our data protec­tion officer is:

Mr. LL.M. Sascha Weller, IDR – Institut für Daten­schutz­recht
Ziegel­bräu­straße 7
85049 Ingol­stadt
Germany

Tel.: +49 89 / 5880 1133 – 8
E‑Mail: dsb@snapview.de
Web: www.idr-datenschutz.de

(4) When you contact us via e‑mail or a contact form, the infor­ma­tion you provide (your e‑mail address, your name and tele­phone number, if appli­cable) will be auto­ma­ti­cally stored by us to answer your ques­tions and to our CRM system, which is provided by Sales­force Inc., based in the USA. Although Sales­force Inc. also operates servers within the EU, it cannot be ruled out that your data may be trans­ferred and processed in a third country (e.g. the USA) or that your data stored within the EU may be accessed from third coun­tries. Sales­force Inc. processes personal data under the EU-US Privacy Shield. We have also concluded a so-called data proces­sing agree­ment with Sales­force Inc. in accordance with Art. 28 GDPR with EU stan­dard contract clauses to ensure an appro­priate level of data protec­tion. A copy of this can be down­loaded from https://www.salesforce.com/assets/pdf/misc/data-processing-addendum.pdf.
All personal data volun­ta­rily trans­mitted by a data subject to the data controller will be stored exclu­si­vely for the purpose of proces­sing or conta­c­ting the data subject. We delete the data arising in this connec­tion after the storage is no longer necessary or restrict the proces­sing if there are legal storage obligations.

(5) If we wish to use contracted service provi­ders for indi­vi­dual func­tions of our offer or use your data for adver­ti­sing purposes, we will inform you below in detail about the respec­tive processes. We will also specify the criteria for the storage period.

(6) As the data controller, we have imple­mented nume­rous tech­nical and orga­ni­sa­tional measures to ensure the most complete possible protec­tion of the personal data processed via this website. Nevertheless, Internet-based data trans­mis­sions can in principle have secu­rity gaps, so that abso­lute protec­tion cannot be guaran­teed. For this reason, each person concerned is free to transmit personal data to us by alter­na­tive means, such as telephone.

(7) As a respon­sible company, we refrain from auto­matic decision-making or profiling.

3. Your rights

(1) You have the following rights against us with regard to the personal data concer­ning you:

– Right of access:

Every data subject affected by the proces­sing of personal data has the right granted by the GDPR to obtain from the data controller, at any time and free of charge, infor­ma­tion about the personal data stored about him and a copy of this infor­ma­tion. Further­more, the Euro­pean Direc­tive and Regu­la­tion Maker has granted the data subject infor­ma­tion on the following infor­ma­tion:
a) the purposes of the proces­sing
b) the cate­go­ries of personal data processed
c) the reci­pi­ents or cate­go­ries of reci­pi­ents to whom the personal data have been or will be disc­losed, in parti­cular reci­pi­ents in third coun­tries or inter­na­tional orga­niz­a­tions
d) if possible, the envi­saged dura­tion for which the personal data will be stored or, if this is not possible, the criteria for deter­mi­ning such dura­tion
e) the exis­tence of a right to rectify or erase personal data rela­ting to him or her or to limit the proces­sing carried out by the controller or of a right to object to such proces­sing
f) the exis­tence of a right of appeal to a super­vi­sory autho­rity
g) where the personal data are not collected from the data subject: all avail­able infor­ma­tion on the origin of the data
h) the exis­tence of auto­mated decision-making, inclu­ding profiling, in accordance with Article 22(1) and (4) of the GDPR and, at least in these cases, meaningful infor­ma­tion on the logic involved and the scope and intended impact of such proces­sing on the data subject

In addi­tion, the data subject has the right to know whether personal data have been trans­ferred to a third country or to an inter­na­tional orga­niz­a­tion. If this is the case, the data subject shall also have the right to obtain infor­ma­tion on the appro­priate safe­guards in connec­tion with the transfer.

If a data subject wishes to exer­cise this right of access, he or she may at any time contact a member of staff of the controller.

– Right to revoke consent under data protec­tion law:

Any data subject involved in the proces­sing of personal data has the right to with­draw consent to the proces­sing of personal data at any time.
If a data subject wishes to exer­cise this right to with­draw consent, he or she may do so at any time and by any means of commu­ni­ca­tion to an employee of the controller.

– Right to rectification:

The data subject shall have the right to obtain from the controller without delay the recti­fi­ca­tion of inac­cu­rate personal data concer­ning him or her. Taking into account the purposes of the proces­sing, the data subject shall have the right to request the comple­tion of incom­plete personal data, inclu­ding by means of a supple­men­tary state­ment.
If a data subject wishes to exer­cise this right of access, he or she may at any time contact an employee of the controller.

– Right to dele­tion / right to be forgotten:

The data subject shall have the right to obtain from the controller the erasure without delay of personal data rela­ting to him or her and the controller shall be obliged to erase without delay personal data for any of the following reasons:
a) the personal data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected or other­wise processed.
b) the data subject with­draws the consent on which the proces­sing was based pursuant to Article 6(1)(a) or Article 9(2)(a) and there is no other legal basis for the proces­sing.
c) the data subject objects to the proces­sing pursuant to Article 21(1) and there are no over­ri­ding legi­ti­mate reasons for the proces­sing, or the data subject objects to the proces­sing pursuant to Article 21(2).
d) the personal data have been unlaw­fully processed.
e) the erasure of the personal data is necessary to fulfil a legal obli­ga­tion under Union law or the law of the Member States to which the controller is subject.
f) the personal data have been collected in rela­tion to infor­ma­tion society services offered in accordance with Article 8(1).

If a data subject wishes to exer­cise this right of cancellation/right to be forgotten, he or she may at any time contact an employee of the controller for this purpose.

If we have made the personal data public and we are obliged to delete them pursuant to Art. 17 (1) GDPR, we shall take appro­priate measures, also of a tech­nical nature, taking into account the avail­able tech­no­logy and the imple­men­ta­tion costs, to inform those respon­sible for data proces­sing who process the personal data that a data subject has requested them to delete all links to this personal data or copies or repli­ca­tions of this personal data. Our employees will take the necessary measures.

– Right to limit the processing:

The data subject shall have the right to request the controller to restrict the proces­sing if one of the following condi­tions is met:
a) the accu­racy of the personal data is contested by the data subject for a period of time which enables the controller to verify the accu­racy of the personal data,
b) the proces­sing is unlawful and the data subject refuses to erase the personal data and instead requests that the use of the personal data be restricted;
c) the controller no longer needs the personal data for the purposes of the proces­sing, but the data subject needs them for the exer­cise, exer­cise or defense of legal rights; or
d) the data subject has objected to the proces­sing referred to in Article 21(1) before it has been estab­lished whether the legi­ti­mate reasons of the controller outweigh those of the data subject.

If a data subject wishes to exer­cise this right to limit the proces­sing, he or she may at any time do so by conta­c­ting an employee of the controller.

– Right to object to the processing:

Any person concerned by the proces­sing of personal data has the right under the GDPR to object at any time, for reasons related to his/her parti­cular situa­tion, to the proces­sing of personal data concer­ning him/her under Article 6(1)(e) or (f) of the GDPR. This also applies to profiling based on these provisions.

In the event of objec­tion, we will no longer process the personal data unless we can prove compel­ling grounds for proces­sing worthy of protec­tion which outweigh the inte­rests, rights and free­doms of the data subject, or the proces­sing serves to assert, exer­cise or defend legal claims.

If we process personal data for the purpose of direct adver­ti­sing, the data subject has the right to object at any time to the proces­sing of personal data for the purpose of such adver­ti­sing. This also applies to profiling as far as it is connected with such direct adver­ti­sing. If the data subject objects to our proces­sing for direct marke­ting purposes, we will no longer process the personal data for these purposes.

In addi­tion, the data subject shall have the right to object to the proces­sing of personal data rela­ting to him or her by us for scien­tific or histo­rical rese­arch purposes or for statis­tical purposes pursuant to Art. 89 (1) GDPR for reasons arising from his or her parti­cular situa­tion, unless such proces­sing is necessary for the perfor­mance of a task in the public inte­rest.
In order to exer­cise the right to object, the data subject may contact any employee directly. The data subject is also free to exer­cise his or her right of objec­tion in connec­tion with the use of infor­ma­tion society services, notwith­stan­ding Direc­tive 2002/58/EC, by means of auto­mated proce­dures using tech­nical specifications.

– Right to data portability:

The data subject shall have the right to obtain the personal data concer­ning him which he has provided to a data controller in a struc­tured, common and machine-read­able format and shall have the right to commu­ni­cate such data to another controller without being hampered by the controller to whom the personal data have been provided, provided that
(a) the proces­sing is based on a consent pursuant to Article 6(1)(a) or Article 9(2)(a) or on a contract pursuant to Article 6(1)(b); and
(b) the proces­sing is carried out by auto­mated means.

When exer­cising his/her right to data porta­bi­lity pursuant to Art. 20 para. 1 GDPR, the data subject shall have the right to obtain that the personal data be trans­ferred directly from one controller to another controller, provided that this is tech­ni­cally feasible and that the rights and free­doms of other persons are not impaired.

If a data subject wishes to exer­cise this right to data transfer, he or she may at any time contact an employee of the controller.

– Auto­mated indi­vi­dual decision-making, inclu­ding profiling

Any person subject to the proces­sing of personal data shall have the right under the GDPR not to be subject to a decision based solely on auto­mated proces­sing, inclu­ding profiling, which has legal effects on him or her or signi­fi­cantly affects him or her in a similar manner, provided that the decision
a) is not necessary for the conclu­sion or perfor­mance of a contract between the data subject and the controller; or
b) is autho­rized by legis­la­tion of the Union or of the Member States to which the controller is subject and contains appro­priate measures to safe­guard the rights and free­doms and the legi­ti­mate inte­rests of the data subject; or
© with the express consent of the data subject.

Where the decision is necessary for the conclu­sion or perfor­mance of a contract between the data subject and the controller or with the express consent of the data subject, we shall take reason­able steps to safe­guard the rights and free­doms and the legi­ti­mate inte­rests of the data subject, inclu­ding at least the right to have the data subject inter­vene, to present his or her views and to chal­lenge the decision.

If the data subject wishes to exer­cise rights rela­ting to auto­mated decisions, he or she may at any time do so by conta­c­ting an employee of the controller.

(2) You also have the right to comp­lain to a data protec­tion super­vi­sory autho­rity about the proces­sing of your personal data by us. The super­vi­sory autho­rity respon­sible for our company is as follows:

Baye­ri­sches Landesamt für Daten­schutz­auf­sicht
Prome­nade 27
91522 Ansbach
Germany

Tel.: +49 981 – 53 1300
E‑Mail: poststelle@lda.bayern.de

4. Collection of personal data when visiting our website / cookies

(1) If you only use our website for infor­ma­tion purposes, i.e. if you do not register or other­wise provide us with infor­ma­tion, we only collect the personal data that your browser trans­mits to our server. If you wish to view our website, we collect the following data, which is tech­ni­cally necessary for us to display our website to you and to guarantee stabi­lity and secu­rity (legal basis is Art. 6 Para. 1 S. 1 lit. f GDPR):
– IP address
– Date and time of the request
– Time zone diffe­rence to Green­wich Mean Time (GMT)
– Internet service provider of the acces­sing system
– Contents of the request (concrete page)
– Access status/HTTP status code
– Amount of data trans­ferred in each case
– Website from which the request comes (referrer)
– Browser
– Opera­ting system and its inter­face
– Language and version of the browser software.

(2) In addi­tion to the afore­men­tioned data, cookies are stored on your computer when you use our website. Cookies are small text files that are stored on your hard drive assi­gned to the browser you are using and through which certain infor­ma­tion flows to the loca­tion that sets the cookie (here by us). Cookies cannot execute programs or transmit viruses to your computer. They serve to make the website more user-friendly and effective.

(3) Use of cookies:
a) This website uses the following types of cookies, the scope and func­tio­n­a­lity of which are explained below:
– Tran­sient cookies (see b)
– Persis­tent cookies (see c)
– Flash-Cookies (f).
b) Tran­sient cookies are auto­ma­ti­cally deleted when you close your browser. These include in parti­cular session cookies. They store a so-called session ID, which can be used to assign various requests from your browser to the shared session. This enables your computer to be reco­gnized when you return to our website. The session cookies are deleted when you log out or close your browser.
c) Persis­tent cookies are auto­ma­ti­cally deleted after a speci­fied period, which may vary depen­ding on the cookie. You can delete cookies at any time in the secu­rity settings of your browser.
d) You can confi­gure your browser settings according to your wishes and, for example, refuse to accept third-party cookies or all cookies. We would like to point out that you may not be able to use all the func­tions of this website.
e) We use cookies to iden­tify you for subse­quent visits if you have an account with us. Other­wise, you will have to log in again for each visit.
f) The Flash cookies used are not recorded by your browser, but by your Flash plug-in. We also use HTML5 storage objects, which are stored on your end device. These objects store the required data regard­less of the browser you are using and do not have an auto­matic expi­ra­tion date. If you do not wish the Flash cookies to be processed, you must install an appro­priate add-on, e.g. “Better Privacy” for Mozilla Firefox (https://addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/betterprivacy/) or the Adobe Flash Killer cookie for Google Chrome. You can prevent the use of HTML5 storage objects by using private mode in your browser. We also recom­mend that you regu­larly delete your cookies and browser history manually.

5. Further functions and offers of our website

(1) In addi­tion to the purely infor­ma­tional use of our website, we offer various services that you can use if you are inte­rested. For this purpose, you must gene­rally provide further personal data which we use to provide the respec­tive service and to which the afore­men­tioned data proces­sing princi­ples apply.

(2) In some cases, we use external service provi­ders to process your data. These have been care­fully selected and commis­sioned by us, are bound by our inst­ruc­tions and are checked regularly.

(3) The hosting services used by us serve to provide the following services: infra­st­ruc­ture and plat­form services, compu­ting capa­city, storage space and data­base services, secu­rity services and tech­nical main­ten­ance services which we use for the purpose of opera­ting this online service.
Here we, or our hosting provider, process inven­tory data, contact data, content data, contract data, usage data, meta data and commu­ni­ca­tion data of custo­mers, inte­rested parties and visi­tors to this online service on the basis of our legi­ti­mate inte­rests in the effi­cient and secure provi­sion of this online service in accordance with Art. 6 Para. 1 lit. f GDPR in connec­tion with Art. 28 GDPR.

(4) Further­more, we may pass on your personal data to third parties if we offer parti­ci­pa­tion in promo­tions, compe­ti­tions, contracts or similar services toge­ther with part­ners. You will receive further infor­ma­tion on this when you enter your personal data or in the descrip­tion of the offer below.

(5) If our service provi­ders or part­ners are based in a country outside the Euro­pean Economic Area (EEA), we will inform you about the conse­quences of this circum­s­tance in the descrip­tion of the offer.

6. Data protection for job applications

The data controller collects and processes the personal data of appli­cants for the purpose of proces­sing the appli­ca­tion. Proces­sing may also be carried out elec­tro­ni­cally. This is parti­cu­larly the case if an appli­cant submits the rele­vant appli­ca­tion docu­ments elec­tro­ni­cally, for example by e‑mail or via a contact form on the website, to the controller. If the controller concludes an employ­ment contract with an appli­cant, the data trans­mitted shall be stored for the purpose of proces­sing the employ­ment contract in compli­ance with the statu­tory provi­sions. If the controller does not conclude an employ­ment contract with the candi­date, the appli­ca­tion docu­ments shall be auto­ma­ti­cally deleted, unless dele­tion conflicts with any other legi­ti­mate inte­rests of the controller. Other legi­ti­mate inte­rests in this sense include, for example, the duty to provide evidence in procee­dings under the General Equal Treat­ment Act (Allge­meines Gleich­be­hand­lungs­ge­setz – AGG).

The proces­sing of the appli­cant data is carried out to fulfil our (pre)contractual obli­ga­tions within the scope of the appli­ca­tion proce­dure within the meaning of Art. 6 para. 1 lit. b. GDPR Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f. GDPR insofar as data proces­sing becomes necessary for us, e.g. within the frame­work of legal procee­dings (in Germany, § 26 BDSG addi­tio­nally applies).

7. Objection or revocation against the processing of your data

(1) If you have given your consent to the proces­sing of your data, you can revoke it at any time and by any means of commu­ni­ca­tion. Such a revo­ca­tion influ­ences the permis­si­bi­lity of proces­sing your personal data after you have given it to us.

(2) Insofar as we base the proces­sing of your personal data on a weig­hing of inte­rests, you may object to the proces­sing. This is the case if the proces­sing is in parti­cular not necessary for the fulfilment of a contract with you, which is described by us in the following descrip­tion of the func­tions. In the event of such an objec­tion, we ask you to explain the reasons why we should not process your personal data as we have done. In the event of your justi­fied objec­tion, we will examine the situa­tion and either discon­tinue or adapt the data proces­sing or point out our compel­ling reasons worthy of protec­tion on the basis of which we will continue the processing.

(3) You may of course object to the proces­sing of your personal data for adver­ti­sing and data analysis purposes at any time. You can contact us about your adver­ti­sing objec­tion at the address given in section 2 (2).

8. Legal or contractual provisions for the provision of personal data/ necessity for the conclusion of a contract/ consequences of nonprovision/deletion

(1) We would like to inform you that the provi­sion of personal data is partly required by law. However, it is also possible that a data subject may be required to provide us with personal infor­ma­tion in order for a contract to be performed. Failure to do so would result in the contract not being able to be concluded. Our employees will be happy to answer any ques­tions you may have on a case-by-case basis.

(2) The data processed by us will be deleted or their proces­sing restricted in accordance with Art. 17 and 18 GDPR. Unless expressly stated in this data protec­tion decla­ra­tion, the data stored by us will be deleted as soon as they are no longer required for their intended purpose and there are no legal obli­ga­tions to retain them. If the data are not deleted because they are required for other and legally permis­sible purposes, their proces­sing will be restricted. This means that the data will be blocked and not processed for other purposes. This applies, for example, to data that must be stored for commer­cial or tax reasons.

According to legal requi­re­ments, the data is stored in parti­cular for 10 years in accordance with §§ 147 para. 1 AO, 257 para. 1 nos. 1 and 4, para. 4 HGB (German Commer­cial Code) (books, records, manage­ment reports, accoun­ting records, commer­cial books, docu­ments rele­vant for taxa­tion, etc.) and 6 years in accordance with § 257 para. 1 nos. 2 and 3, para. 4 HGB (German Commer­cial Code) (commer­cial letters).

9. Newsletter

(1) With your consent, you can subscribe to our news­letter, with which we inform you about our current inte­res­ting offers. The adver­tised goods and services are named in the decla­ra­tion of consent.

(2) We use the so-called double opt-in proce­dure to register for our news­letter. This means that after your regis­tra­tion we will send you an e‑mail to the speci­fied e‑mail address in which we will ask you to confirm that you wish to receive the news­letter. If you do not confirm your regis­tra­tion within 24 hours, your infor­ma­tion will be blocked and auto­ma­ti­cally deleted after one month. In addi­tion, we store the IP addresses you use, the computer system you use and the dates of regis­tra­tion and confir­ma­tion. The purpose of the proce­dure is to prove your regis­tra­tion and, if necessary, to clarify any possible misuse of your personal data.

(3) The personal data collected in the course of regis­tering for the news­letter will be used exclu­si­vely for sending our news­letter. Further­more, subscri­bers to the news­letter may be informed by e‑mail if this is necessary for the opera­tion of the news­letter service or regis­tra­tion in this respect, as might be the case in the event of changes to the news­letter offe­ring or changes to the tech­nical condi­tions. The personal data collected as part of the news­letter service will not be passed on to third parties.

(4) Your e‑mail address is the only manda­tory infor­ma­tion for sending the news­letter. The indi­ca­tion of further, sepa­r­ately marked data is volun­tary and will be used to address you perso­nally. After your confir­ma­tion we save your e‑mail address for the purpose of sending you the news­letter. The legal basis is Art. 6 Para. 1 S. 1 lit. a GDPR.

(5) You can revoke your consent to the sending of the news­letter at any time and cancel your subscrip­tion to the news­letter. You may revoke your consent by any means of commu­ni­ca­tion, for example by clicking on the link provided in every news­letter e‑mail, by sending an e‑mail to info@snapview.de or by sending a message to the contact details given in the imprint.

(6) News­letter service provider: Clever­Reach
The news­letter will be sent by Clever­Reach GmbH & Co. KG, Mühlenstr. 43, 26180 Rastede, Germany. You can view the data protec­tion regu­la­tions of the service provider here: https://www.cleverreach.com/de/datenschutz/. The service provider is used on the basis of our legi­ti­mate inte­rests pursuant to Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f GDPR and an order proces­sing contract pursuant to Art. 28 para. 3 sentence 1 GDPR.

The service provider can use the data of the reci­pi­ents in pseud­ony­mous form, i.e. without allo­ca­tion to a user, to opti­mize or improve its own services, e.g. for tech­nical opti­miz­a­tion of dispatch and presen­ta­tion of the news­letter or for statis­tical purposes. However, the service provider does not use the data of our news­letter reci­pi­ents to write to them itself or to pass the data on to third parties.

10. Use of Software, Data on Use

(1) When setting up a user account for the lease license, the following data is requested and stored elec­tro­ni­cally: name, company and address of the customer, first name and surname of the autho­rized user for the soft­ware, e‑mail address, password.

(2) When setting up a user account for the free use of the soft­ware, the following data is stored elec­tro­ni­cally: first name and surname (the use of pseud­onyms is permitted), e‑mail address, password.

(3) If the soft­ware (session) is used by custo­mers with a user account set up, the following data will continue to be stored in order to provide the func­tions asso­ciated with the user account: start and end time of the sessions, display names of the session parti­ci­pants, time of entry and exit of the parti­ci­pants in the sessions and version number of the client soft­ware. The data speci­fied in this chapter (“Use of Soft­ware”) will continue to be required for the purpose of plan­ning soft­ware and server resources.

(4) The legal basis for proces­sing the data is Art. 6 Para. 1 S. 1 lit. b GDPR.

11. Vimeo

We have included videos of the plat­form “Vimeo” of the provider Vimeo Inc., Atten­tion: Legal Depart­ment, 555 West 18th Street New York, New York 10011, USA, on our home­page. Vimeo’s privacy policy can be found at: https://vimeo.com/privacy. We point out that Vimeo may use Google Analy­tics and refer to the privacy policy (https://policies.google.com/privacy) as well as opt-out options for Google Analy­tics (http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=de=en) or the settings of Google for data use for marke­ting purposes (https://adssettings.google.com/).

12. Online Advertising

1. Use of Google AdSense

(1) This website uses the online adver­ti­sing service Google AdSense, through which adver­ti­sing tailored to your inte­rests can be presented to you. We use it to track your inte­rest in displaying adver­ti­se­ments that may be of inte­rest to you in order to make our website more inte­res­ting to you. For this purpose, statis­tical infor­ma­tion about you is collected and processed by our adver­ti­sing part­ners. These adver­ti­se­ments can be iden­ti­fied by the refe­rence “Google adver­ti­se­ments” in the respec­tive advertisement.

(2) By visi­ting our website, Google receives the infor­ma­tion that you have visited our website. Google uses a web beacon to set a cookie on your computer. The data mentioned under number 4 of this decla­ra­tion will be trans­mitted. We have no influ­ence on the data collected, nor are we aware of the full extent of the data collec­tion and the storage period. Your data will be trans­ferred to the USA and evaluated there. If you are logged in with your Google account, your data can be directly assi­gned to it. If you do not wish to be assi­gned to your Google profile, you must log out. It is possible that this data may be passed on to third parties and autho­ri­ties by Google’s contrac­tual part­ners. The legal basis for the proces­sing of your data is Art. 6 Para. 1 S. 1 lit. f GDPR. This website does not place any third-party adver­ti­se­ments via Google AdSense.

(3) You can prevent the instal­la­tion of Google AdSense cookies in various ways: a) by setting your browser soft­ware accord­ingly, in parti­cular by suppres­sing third-party cookies, you will not receive any third-party ads; b) by deac­ti­vating inte­rest-related ads on Google via the link https://www.googlede/ads/preferences, where this setting is deleted if you delete your cookies; c) by disab­ling the inte­rest-based ads of the provi­ders that are part of the About Ads self-regu­la­tory campaign via the https://www.aboutads.info/choices link, where this setting is deleted if you delete your cookies; d) by perma­nently disab­ling it in your Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Google Chrome brow­sers via the https://www.google.com/settings/ads/plugin link. Please note that in this case you may not be able to make full use of all the func­tions of this offer.

(4) Further infor­ma­tion on the purpose and scope of data collec­tion and proces­sing as well as further infor­ma­tion on your rights in this regard and setting options to protect your privacy can be obtained from us: Google Inc. 1600 Amphi­theater Parkway, Moun­tain­view, Cali­fornia 94043, USA; Privacy Policy for Adver­ti­sing: https://www.google.de/intl/de/policies/technologies/ads. Google has submitted to the EU-US Privacy Shield, https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework.

2. Use of Google Ads

(1) We use the services of Google Ads to draw atten­tion to our attrac­tive offers with the help of adver­ti­sing media (so-called Google Ads) on external websites. In rela­tion to the data of the adver­ti­sing campaigns, we can deter­mine how successful the indi­vi­dual adver­ti­sing measures are. In doing so, we pursue the inte­rest of displaying adver­ti­sing to you that is of inte­rest to you, of making our website more inte­res­ting for you and of achie­ving a fair calcu­la­tion of adver­ti­sing costs.

(2) These adver­ti­sing media are deli­vered by Google via so-called “Ad Servers”. We use ad server cookies for this purpose, which can be used to measure certain para­me­ters for measu­ring success, such as the display of ads or clicks by users. If you access our website via a Google ad, Google Ads stores a cookie on your PC. These cookies usually lose their vali­dity after 30 days and are not intended to iden­tify you perso­nally. For this cookie, the unique cookie ID, number of ad impres­sions per place­ment (frequency), last impres­sion (rele­vant for post-view conver­sions) and opt-out infor­ma­tion (marking that the user no longer wishes to be addressed) are usually stored as analysis values.

(3) These cookies allow Google to reco­gnize your Internet browser. If a user visits certain pages of a Google Ads customer’s website and the cookie stored on their computer has not expired, Google and the customer may reco­gnize that the user clicked on the ad and was directed to that page. Each Google Ads customer is assi­gned a diffe­rent cookie. Cookies cannot there­fore be tracked through the websites of Google Ads custo­mers. We ourselves do not collect or process any personal data in the afore­men­tioned adver­ti­sing measures. We only receive statis­tical evalua­tions from Google. These evalua­tions enable us to iden­tify which of the adver­ti­sing measures used are parti­cu­larly effec­tive. We do not receive any further data from the use of the adver­ti­sing media; in parti­cular, we cannot iden­tify users on the basis of this information.

(4) Due to the marke­ting tools used, your browser auto­ma­ti­cally estab­lishes a direct connec­tion with Google’s server. We have no influ­ence on the extent and further use of the data collected by Google through the use of this tool and there­fore inform you according to our state of know­ledge: By inte­gra­ting AdWords Conver­sion, Google receives the infor­ma­tion that you have called up the rele­vant part of our website or clicked on an adver­ti­se­ment from us. If you are regis­tered with a Google service, Google can assign the visit to your account. Even if you are not regis­tered with Google or have not logged in, it is possible for the provider to find out and store your IP address.

(5) You can prevent parti­ci­pa­tion in this tracking process in various ways: a) by setting your browser soft­ware accord­ingly, in parti­cular by suppres­sing third party cookies to prevent you from recei­ving adver­ti­se­ments from third parties; b) by deac­ti­vating cookies for conver­sion tracking by setting your browser to block cookies from the domain “www.googleadservices.com”, https://www.googlede/settings/ads, this setting being deleted when you delete your cookies; c) by disab­ling the inte­rest-based ads of the provi­ders that are part of the “About Ads” self-regu­la­tory campaign via the link https://www.aboutads.info/choices, this setting being deleted when you delete your cookies; d) by perma­nently disab­ling it in your Firefox, Internet Explorer or Google Chrome brow­sers via the link https://www.google.com/settings/ads/plugin. Please note that in this case you may not be able to make full use of all the func­tions of this offer.

(6) The legal basis for the proces­sing of your data is Art. 6 Para. 1 S. 1 lit. f GDPR. Further infor­ma­tion on data protec­tion at Google can be found at https://www.google.com/intl/de/policies/privacy and https://services.google.com/sitestats/de.html. Alter­na­tively, you can visit the website of the Network Adver­ti­sing Initia­tive (NAI) at https://www.networkadvertising.org. Google has submitted to the EU-US Privacy Shield, https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework.

3. Remar­ke­ting

(1) In addi­tion to Google Ads, we use the Google Remar­ke­ting appli­ca­tion. This is a process with which we would like to address you again. Through this appli­ca­tion, you can be shown our adver­ti­se­ments after visi­ting our website during your further Internet use. This is done by means of cookies stored in your browser, which are used by Google to record and evaluate your usage beha­vior when you visit various websites. This allows Google to deter­mine your previous visit to our website. According to Google’s own state­ments, the data collected during remar­ke­ting is not merged with your personal data, which may be stored by Google. In parti­cular, according to Google, a pseud­ony­miz­a­tion is used for remarketing.

(2) The legal basis is Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f) GDPR. Our legi­ti­mate inte­rest lies in the analysis, opti­miz­a­tion and economic opera­tion of our Internet presence.

(3) In order to enable this adver­ti­sing service, Google stores a cookie with a sequence of numbers on your device during your visit to our website via your Internet browser. This cookie records both your visit and the use of our website in anony­mous form. However, personal data is not passed on. If you subse­quently visit the website of a third party who also uses Google’s adver­ti­sing network, it is possible that adver­ti­se­ments will appear which relate to our website or to our offers there.

(4) To perma­nently deac­ti­vate this func­tion, Google offers a browser plug-in for the most common Internet brow­sers via https://www.google.com/settings/ads/plugin.

(5) The use of cookies by certain provi­ders, e.g. via http://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices or http://www.networkadvertising.org/choices/, can also be deac­ti­vated by opt-out.

(6) Through cross-device marke­ting, Google may be able to track your usage patterns across multiple devices, so you may receive inte­rest-based, perso­na­lized adver­ti­se­ments even when you switch devices. However, this requires that you have agreed to link your browser history to your exis­ting Google Account.

(7) Google offers more infor­ma­tion about Google Remar­ke­ting at http://www.google.com/privacy/ads/.

4. Double­Click by Google

(1) This website also uses the online marke­ting tool Double­Click by Google. Double­Click uses cookies to serve ads rele­vant to users to improve campaign perfor­mance reports or to prevent a user from seeing the same ads more than once. Google uses a cookie ID to track which ads appear in which browser, thereby preven­ting them from appearing more than once. In addi­tion, Double­Click may use cookie IDs to collect conver­sions related to ad requests. This is the case, for example, when a user sees a Double­Click ad and later uses the same browser to visit the advertiser’s website and make a purchase. According to Google, Double­Click cookies do not contain perso­nally iden­ti­fiable information.

(2) Because of the marke­ting tools used, your browser auto­ma­ti­cally connects directly to Google’s server. We have no influ­ence on the extent and the further use of the data, which are raised by the employ­ment of this Tool by Google and inform you there­fore according to our state of know­ledge: By the inte­gra­tion of Double­Click Google receives the infor­ma­tion that you called the appro­priate part of our Internet appearance or clicked on one of our adver­ti­se­ments. If you are regis­tered with a Google service, Google can assign the visit to your account. Even if you are not regis­tered with Google or have not logged in, it is possible that the provider may find out and store your IP address.

(3) You can prevent parti­ci­pa­tion in this tracking process in various ways: a) by setting your browser soft­ware accord­ingly, in parti­cular by suppres­sing third party cookies to prevent you from recei­ving adver­ti­se­ments from third parties; b) by deac­ti­vating cookies for conver­sion tracking by setting your browser to block cookies from the domain “www.googleadservices.com”, https://www.google.de/settings/ads, where this setting is deleted when you delete your cookies; c) by disab­ling the inte­rest-based ads of the provi­ders that are part of the “About Ads” self-regu­la­tory campaign via the https://www.aboutads.info/choices link, where this setting is deleted when you delete your cookies; d) by perma­nently disab­ling it in your Firefox, Internet Explorer or Google Chrome brow­sers via the https://www.google.com/settings/ads/plugin link. Please note that in this case you may not be able to make full use of all the func­tions of this offer.

(4) The legal basis for the proces­sing of your data is Art. 6 Para. 1 S. 1 lit. f DS-GVO. Further infor­ma­tion on Double­Click by Google can be found at https://www.google.de/doubleclick and https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/2839090, as well as on data protec­tion at Google in general: https://www.google.de/intl/de/policies/privacy. Alter­na­tively, you can visit the Network Adver­ti­sing Initia­tive (NAI) website at http://www.networkadvertising.org Google has submitted to the EU-US Privacy Shield, https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework.

13. Online Shop

(1) The online shop on this website is operated by the partner company of Snapview, clever­bridge AG, Gere­onstr. 43–65, 50670 Cologne, Germany, enti­rely inde­pendently and in its own name. For tran­sac­tions with clever­bridge, cleverbridge’s terms and condi­tions of contract and privacy policy there­fore apply in addi­tion. Snapview will be informed by clever­bridge of the data of the custo­mers which it provides to clever­bridge at the time of conclu­sion of the contract or which arise in connec­tion there­with, with the excep­tion of bank data. Snapview also stores these data in elec­tronic form for the purpose of main­tai­ning the licen­sing rela­ti­ons­hips. This data is as follows: First and last name, company, address, date and time of contract conclu­sion, date and time the license key was sent, details of the product purchased, VAT iden­ti­fi­ca­tion number, e‑mail address, tele­phone number, fax number, payment method and payment status.

(2) The legal basis for proces­sing the data is Art. 6 Para. 1 S. 1 lit. b GDPR.

14. Comments and Posts/Blog

(1) In our blog, in which we publish various contri­bu­tions on topics related to our acti­vi­ties, you can make public comments. If users leave comments or other contri­bu­tions, their IP addresses may be changed or deleted on the basis of our legi­ti­mate inte­rests within the meaning of Art. 6 Para. 1 lit. f. of the GDPR for 7 days. This is done for our secu­rity if someone leaves illegal contents (insults, forbidden poli­tical propa­ganda, etc.) in comments and contri­bu­tions. In this case we can be prose­cuted ourselves for the comment or contri­bu­tion and are there­fore inte­rested in the iden­tity of the author. The comments will not be checked before publi­ca­tion. We reserve the right to delete comments if they are claimed to be illegal by third parties.

(2) In addi­tion, we reserve the right to process the infor­ma­tion provided by the user for the purpose of spam detec­tion, on the basis of our legi­ti­mate inte­rests pursuant to Art. 6 Para. 1 lit. f. GDPR.

(3) On the same legal basis, we reserve the right, in the case of surveys, to store the IP addresses of the users for their dura­tion and to use cookies in order to avoid multiple votes.

(4) The personal infor­ma­tion provided in the course of comments and contri­bu­tions, any contact and website infor­ma­tion as well as the content details will be stored perma­nently by us until the user objects.

(5) Follow-up comments can be subscribed to by users with their consent pursuant to Art. 6 para. 1 lit. a GDPR. Users receive a confir­ma­tion email to check whether they are the owner of the email address entered. Users can unsub­scribe from ongoing comment subscrip­tions at any time. The confir­ma­tion email will contain infor­ma­tion on the cancel­la­tion options. For the purposes of proving the users’ consent, we store the regis­tra­tion time and the IP address of the users and delete this infor­ma­tion when users unsub­scribe from the subscription.

(6) You can cancel the receipt of our subscrip­tion at any time, i.e. revoke your consent. We may store the unsub­scribed e‑mail addresses for up to three years on the basis of our legi­ti­mate inte­rests before dele­ting them in order to be able to prove a previously given consent. The proces­sing of this data is limited to the purpose of a possible defense against claims.

15. Plugins and tools

1. Google Web Fonts

This website uses so-called web fonts provided by Google for the uniform display of fonts. When you call up a page, your browser loads the required web fonts into its browser cache in order to display texts and fonts correctly. For this purpose, the browser you are using must connect to Google’s servers. This enables Google to know that your IP address has been used to access our website. The use of Google Web Fonts is in the inte­rest of a uniform and appe­aling presen­ta­tion of our online services. This consti­tutes a legi­ti­mate inte­rest within the meaning of Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f GDPR.

If your browser does not support web fonts, a stan­dard font will be used by your computer. Further infor­ma­tion on Google Web Fonts can be found at https://developers.google.com/fonts/faq and in Google’s privacy policy: https://developers.google.com/fonts/faq.

2. Use of Google reCAPTCHA

We use the reCAP­TCHA service of Google Inc. (Google) to protect your orders via Internet forms. The query serves to diffe­ren­tiate whether the input is made by a human being or whether it is misused by auto­mated, mecha­nical proces­sing. The query includes the trans­mis­sion of the IP address and any other data required by Google for the service reCAP­TCHA to Google. For this purpose, your input will be trans­mitted to Google and used there. By using reCAP­TCHA, you agree that the reco­gni­tion you provide will be incor­po­rated into the digi­tiz­a­tion of old works. However, if IP anony­miz­a­tion is acti­vated on this website, your IP address will be shor­tened by Google in advance within member states of the Euro­pean Union or in other signa­tory states to the Agree­ment on the Euro­pean Economic Area. Only in excep­tional cases will the full IP address be trans­mitted to and trun­cated by Google on servers in the United States. On behalf of the operator of this website, Google will use this infor­ma­tion to evaluate your use of this service. The IP address trans­mitted by your browser as part of reCAP­TCHA is not merged with other data from Google. These data are subject to the diffe­ring data protec­tion regu­la­tions of Google. For more infor­ma­tion about Google’s privacy policy, please visit: https://www.google.com/intl/de/policies/privacy/.

3. Use of ajax.googleapis.com and jQuery

On this page we use Ajax and jQuery tech­no­lo­gies to opti­mize loading speeds. In this respect, program libra­ries are accessed from Google servers. The CDN (Content deli­very network) from Google is used. If you have previously used jQuery on another Google CDN page, your browser will use the cached copy. If this is not the case, it will require down­loading, whereby data from your browser will be sent to Google Inc. (“Google”). Your data will be trans­ferred to the USA. You can find out more on the pages of the providers.

The legal basis for the proces­sing of your data is Art. 6 Para. 1 S. 1 lit. f GDPR.

4. Google Tag Manager

Google Tag Manager is a solu­tion with which we can manage so-called website tags via a single inter­face (and thus, for example, inte­grate Google marke­ting services into our online offe­ring). The Tag Manager itself (which imple­ments the tags) does not process any personal user data. With regard to the proces­sing of users’ personal data, refe­rence is made to the following infor­ma­tion on Google services. Terms of use: https://www.google.com/intl/de/tagmanager/use-policy.html.

5. Cloud­flare

To protect the server and IT infra­st­ruc­ture, we work with Cloud­flare (https://www.cloudflare.com/) to deploy a web appli­ca­tion fire­wall on our websites. This serves as a filter between our servers and poten­ti­ally mali­cious traffic from the Internet. It protects against frau­du­lent acti­vi­ties such as SQL injec­tions and cross-site scrip­ting. Infor­ma­tion about the personal data required for this service can be found at https://blog.cloudflare.com/what-cloudflare-logs/. The legal basis is Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f GDPR. You can view the Cloud­flare data protec­tion decla­ra­tion at https://www.cloudflare.com/privacypolicy/. A data proces­sing contract with Cloud­flare and suitable guaran­tees for data trans­fers to third coun­tries ensure compli­ance with data protection.

6. Zendesk

(1) This website uses the Customer Rela­ti­onship Manage­ment (CRM) service of Zendesk Inc., 989 Market Street #300, San Fran­cisco, CA 94102, USA.

(2) The legal basis for the use of this service is Art. 6 I f GDPR – legi­ti­mate inte­rest. Our legi­ti­mate inte­rest in the use of this service lies in being able to answer user queries quickly and efficiently.

(3) Zendesk will only use your data to forward your inqui­ries to us. Your data will not be passed on to third parties.

(4) In order to use Zendesk, you must enter at least one correct e‑mail address. The service can also be used pseud­ony­mously. In the course of proces­sing service requests, it may be necessary to collect further data (e.g. first name, surname, address, etc.).

(5) The use of Zendesk is optional. If you do not agree with Zendesk collec­ting your data, we offer you alter­na­tive contact options for submit­ting service requests by tele­phone or postal mail.

(6) Further infor­ma­tion can be found in Zendesk’s Privacy Policy: https://www.zendesk.de/company/customers-partners/privacy-policy/.

16. Social Media

1. Use of social media plug-ins / links

(1) We curr­ently use the following social media plug-ins / links: Face­book, Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn.
We offer you the possi­bi­lity to commu­ni­cate directly with the provider via the button. Only if you click on the marked field and acti­vate it will the provider receive the infor­ma­tion that you have called up the corre­spon­ding website of our online service. In the case of Face­book, the IP address is anony­mized immedia­tely after collec­tion according to the infor­ma­tion provided by the respec­tive provider in Germany. Through acti­va­tion, personal data from you is trans­mitted to the respec­tive provider and stored there (for US provi­ders in the USA). Since the provider collects the data in parti­cular via cookies, we recom­mend that you delete all cookies via your browser’s secu­rity settings before clicking on the grayed-out box.

(2) We have no influ­ence on the collected data and data proces­sing proce­dures, nor are we aware of the full scope of data collec­tion, the purposes of proces­sing, the storage periods. We also do not have any infor­ma­tion on the dele­tion of the collected data by the provider.

(3) The provider stores the data collected about you as user profiles and uses these for the purposes of adver­ti­sing, market rese­arch and/or the design of its website to meet requi­re­ments. Such an evalua­tion takes place in parti­cular (also for users who are not logged in) in order to present demand-oriented adver­ti­sing and to inform other users of the social network about your acti­vi­ties on our website. You have the right to object to the crea­tion of these user profiles, whereby you must contact the respec­tive provider to exer­cise this right. Through the plug-ins, we offer you the oppor­tu­nity to interact with social networks and other users so that we can improve our services and make them more inte­res­ting for you as a user. The legal basis for the use of the plug-ins is Art. 6 Para. 1 S. 1 lit. f GDPR.

(4) The data transfer takes place regard­less of whether you have an account with the provider and are logged in there. If you are logged in with the provider, your data collected by us will be directly assi­gned to your exis­ting account with the provider. If you click on the acti­vated button and, for example, link the page, the provider also stores this infor­ma­tion in your user account and commu­ni­cates it publicly to your contacts. We recom­mend that you log out regu­larly after using a social network, espe­cially before acti­vating the button, as this allows you to avoid assigning your profile to the provider.

(5) Further infor­ma­tion on the purpose and scope of data collec­tion and its proces­sing by the provider can be found in the following data protec­tion decla­ra­tions of these provi­ders. There you will also find further infor­ma­tion on your rights in this regard and setting options to protect your privacy.

(6) Addresses of the respec­tive provi­ders and URL with their data protec­tion infor­ma­tion:
a) Face­book Inc., 1601 S Cali­fornia Ave, Palo Alto, Cali­fornia 94304, USA; further infor­ma­tion on data collec­tion: https://www.facebook.com/policy.php; https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/your-info#everyoneinfo. Face­book has submitted to the EU-US Privacy Shield, https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework.
b) Google Inc., 1600 Amphi­theater Parkway, Moun­tain­view, Cali­fornia 94043, USA; https://www.google.com/policies/privacy/partners/?hl=de. Google has submitted to the EU-US Privacy Shield, https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework.
c) Twitter, Inc., 1355 Market St, Suite 900, San Fran­cisco, Cali­fornia 94103, USA; https://twitter.com/privacy. Twitter has submitted to the EU-US Privacy Shield, https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework.
d) LinkedIn Corpo­ra­tion, 2029 Stierlin Court, Moun­tain View, Cali­fornia 94043, USA; https://www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy. LinkedIn has submitted to the EU-US Privacy Shield, https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework.

Date: 2019-09-03