Data protection declaration


This data protection declaration informs you about the type, extent and purpose of collecting and using personal data on the web site (hereinafter referred to as "the Web Site") by UBJ. GmbH (hereinafter referred to as "we“ or "us“). We are the data controller of all personal data that is collected on the Web Site, unless this data protection declaration contains deviating statements.

You may address your queries to the data protection officer of UBJ. GmbH under the following email address:

Personal Data

Personal data is information that assists in identifying a person, thus details, which can be linked to a person. This typically includes their name, email address or telephone number. Additionally, purely technical data, which can be linked to a person, is conceived as personal data.

Automatic collection of access data / server log files

At each access to the Web Site we automatically collect a series of technical data, which is personal data. These are:

  • IP address of user
  • Name of the accessed Web Site or file
  • Date and time of access
  • Transmitted data quantity
  • Notification of successful access
  • Browser type and version
  • Operating system of user
  • Type of terminal of user, including MAC address
  • Referrer URL (the previously visited site)

This data is not amalgamated with other personal data, which you actively submit within the scope of the Web Site.

The server log files with the abovementioned data are automatically deleted after 14 days. We reserve the right to store the server log files for a longer period, if facts exist which lead to the assumption that unauthorised access was obtained (such as hacking attempts or a so-called DDOS attack).

Personal data in log files are processed based on Article 6, Para. 1, Letter f of the DSGVO (General Data Protection Regulation). This permission situation allows personal data to be processed in the context of the responsible person’s "legitimate interest", unless your fundamental rights, fundamental freedoms or interests predominate. Our legitimate interest consists of easier administration and the ability to detect and pursue hacking. You can veto this data processing at any time if grounds exist that are present in your particular situation and provide reasons against processing the data. An E-mail to is sufficient for this purpose.

What is an IP address

Each device (e.g. smartphone, tablet, PC) that is connected to the Internet has an allocated IP address. Which IP address this is depends on the type of Internet access with which the device is currently connected to the Internet. It may be an IP address that your Internet provider has allocated to you, e.g. if you are connected to the Internet from your home via wireless LAN. It may however also be an IP address that your mobile network provider has allocated to you or an IP address of a provider of public or private wireless LAN networks or another Internet access port. In its currently most common form (IPv4) the IP address is composed of four number blocks. Mostly, you as a private user will not use a consistent IP address, as your provider only allocates it to you temporarily (so-called dynamic IP address). Principally, a clear allocation of user data is easier with a consistent IP address (so-called "static IP address"). Apart from the purpose of prosecuting unauthorised access to our Internet offering, we generally do not use this data in relation to persons, but only for the purpose of anonymously evaluating which of our Web Sites is favoured, how many times a day the Web Site is accessed, etc.

Our web site already supports the new IPv6 addresses. If you already have an IPv6 address, you should also know the following: an IPv6 address consists of eight blocks of four. For private users, the first four blocks are typically assigned dynamically, as with the entire IPv4 address. However, the last four blocks of an IPv6 address (known as the “Interface Identifier”) are specified by the terminal device that you use to browse the web site. Unless this is set differently in your operating system, the so-called MAC address (Media Access Control address) will be used for this purpose. The MAC address involves a kind of serial number uniquely assigned to every IP-capable device worldwide. Therefore we do not store the last four blocks of your IP address. In general, we recommend that you activate the so-called “Privacy Extensions” on your terminal device to enable better anonymization of the last four blocks of your IPv6 address. The majority of the operating systems currently in use have a “Privacy Extensions” function, although in some cases this is not factory-preset.

Making contact

Upon contacting us (e.g. via the contact formula or by email), the user's details are stored for the purpose of processing your request and in the event of follow-up queries.

Changes, rectification and updates

Upon request, you have the right to receive information concerning the personal data, which has been stored about you at any time, free of charge. Additionally, you have the right of rectification of false data and the right to block and delete your personal data to the extent that there are is no opposing legal storage obligation or regulated activity permitting us to process the data. To this end, you may contact at any time.

Data storage

We only store personal data as long as this is necessary to perform the services, which you have requested or to which you have given us your consent, except where otherwise provided by the law.

Right of access, rectification, deletion and limitation of processing; right of data portability

Upon request, you have the right to receive information concerning the personal data, which we have stored about you at any time, free of charge. Additionally, you have the right of rectification of false data and the right of deletion of personal data to the extent that there are is no opposing legal storage obligation or regulated activity, which permits us to process the data.

Furthermore, you have the right to request us to return the data, which you have provided us with (right of data portability). Upon request we will also hand the data to a third party of your choice. You have the right to receive the data in a standard file format.

Right of complaint to data protection supervisory authority

You have the right to complain to the data protection supervisory authority at any time.

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