PROVIDER IDENTIFICATION ACCORDING TO § 5 TMG
Kea Company GmbH
Weikamps Land 14
46395 Bocholt, Germany
+49 2871 4761196
This legal notice also applies to our social media presence (Twitter, LinkedIn).
Register Court Coesfeld
VAT ID No.: DE285601983
The responsible person for the content according to § 18 Abs. 2 MStV and processing of personal data within the meaning of the General Data Protection Regulation and other national data protection laws of the member states as well as other data protection regulations is Sven Litke (Geschäftsführer)
Data Protection Information for Visiting our Website
We want to inform you here about the processing of your personal data and explain your rights as a data subject within the meaning of the European General Data Protection Regulation (from now on “GDPR”) when you visit our website. The data is processed to be able to display the website to you and to ensure the security and stability of the technology systems used. It cannot be ruled out that the data will be processed to provide law enforcement authorities with the necessary information for law enforcement purposes in the event of a cyber attack or to assert our civil claims. We have a legitimate interest in data processing within the meaning of Article 6 (1) (f) GDPR. We legitimately have an interest in a secure and stable website, asserting our civil claims, and successful criminal prosecution. The data is stored in the log files of the IT system of our website host. The data will be deleted as soon as the purpose of the processing has been fulfilled or can no longer be fulfilled. The exact time of deletion is to be determined for each individual case. The storage will be terminated if civil law claims according to § 199 BGB have become statute-barred or criminal prosecution is no longer possible due to the statute of limitations according to §§ 78, 79 StGB.
Sometimes, we use contract processors within the meaning of Art. 28 GDPR to process your personal data. Such service providers bound by our instructions are only used if they meet a high level of information security and, thus also, data protection standards. Your personal data will not be processed for the purpose of automated decision-making (including profiling) in accordance with Art. 22 (1) GDPR. Please note that if you do not provide us with your personal data, you cannot use all functions and services provided via the website or any of the tools we use. For processing your personal data, the basic rule is that we only process your data if this is required by law or contract or if you have given us your consent. Sometimes we may process your personal data because we have a legitimate interest in doing so. When visitors leave comments on the site, we collect the data shown in the comments form and the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string to help spam detection.
The provider of our website automatically processes data in so-called server log files, which your browser automatically transmits when you access our website. This includes the following data:
- Browser type and browser version
- Date and time of the server request
- IP address
- Referrer URL
- data transferred
Data Protection Information for Participation in Online Meetings and Webinars as well as Conditions of Participation
We use the Zoom and Google Meet services. Zoom is a service of Zoom Video Communications Inc., San Jose Headquarters, 55 Almaden Boulevard, 6th Floor, San Jose, CA 95123 (from now on “Zoom”). “Google Meet” is a service provided by Google Ireland Ltd, a service company of Google LLC based in the USA.
We use Zoom and Google Meet to conduct video conferences and webinars (from now on both “online meetings”). Various types of personal data are processed in the process. The specific scope of data processing depends, among other things, on which data you make available to us. In any case, we process the following data in particular:
- Your surname, first name and your e-mail address.
- Data necessary for the technical implementation, such as your IP address.
- If you have activated your camera and microphone, you can transmit image and sound data. You can control this yourself by activating or muting the respective functions.
- You have the option of sharing text, images, audio, and video files – for example, if you use the chat function and share content or if you use the presentation function to share content.
- We will contact you before and, if necessary, after the webinar to provide you with access to data and to exchange information with you.
As a rule, the online meeting is held based on your consent, which we obtain via a form that is linked to Zoom. Zoom will then send you a participation link. In addition, you will receive another e-mail in which we ask again whether we may also contact you for marketing purposes after the webinar. The legal basis for the processing of personal data is therefore Art. 6 I lit. a GDPR.
The data is stored for as long as it is necessary to provide the technical service, this is usually only necessary until the end of the online meeting. In exceptional cases, the storage is terminated if any civil law claims according to § 199 BGB have become statute-barred or criminal prosecution is no longer possible due to the statute of limitations (§§ 78, 79 StGB).
Personal data processed in connection with participation in “online meetings” are generally not passed on to third parties, with the exception of the service providers Zoom and Google, unless they are intended to be passed on.
If you agree to participate in an online meeting, your personal data will be processed in the USA, among other places. From the point of view of the European Union (“EU”), the USA does not offer an adequate level of protection for the processing of personal data in line with EU standards. According to the judgment of the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) of July 16, 2020, Az. C-312/18 (also known as “Schrems II”), the previously applicable EU-US Privacy Shield cannot guarantee an adequate level of protection. For example, there is a risk that your personal data will be disclosed to US intelligence services due to the so-called CLOUD Act (“Clarifying Overseas Use of Data Act”). Consider this fact before you agree to participate in the online meeting and thus trigger the transfer of your personal data to the USA.
We draw your attention to the fact that you can share not only personal data but also content during the meeting. You are responsible for this. Therefore, make sure that you do not share any content that
- violates national or international copyrights and trademarks, patent, name and labeling rights, other industrial property rights or personal rights.
- contains malware, or
- is illegal or even punishable, violates public law regulations or requirements or offends common decency.
By registering for the webinar, you declare that you indemnify us from all third-party claims that can be attributed to illegal participation in the webinar.
Embedded content from other websites
Articles on this site may include embedded content (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). Embedded content from other websites behaves in the exact same way as if the visitor has visited the other website.
Data Protection Rights for Data Subjects
When processing your personal data, you have the following rights under the GDPR.
Art. 7 GDPR – Right to revoke the Declaration of Consent
You have the right to revoke your consent at any time. The revocation of the consent does not affect the legality of the processing carried out on the basis of the consent up to the point of revocation.
Art. 15 GDPR – Right to Information
You have the right to request confirmation from the person responsible as to whether personal data relating to you are being processed. If this is the case, you have a right to information about the information specified in Art. 15 GDPR.
Art 16 GDPR – Right to Rectification of Personal Data
You have the right to demand that the person responsible immediately rectify or complete the incorrect or incomplete personal data concerning you.
Art. 17 GDPR – Right to Erasure (“Right to be Forgotten”)
Under the conditions of Art. 17 GDPR, you have the right to demand that the person responsible delete personal data relating to you immediately.
Art. 18 GDPR – Right to Restriction of Processing
In accordance with Art. 18 GDPR, you have the right to request the person responsible to restrict data processing.
Art. 19 GDPR – Right to Information
You have the right to be informed by the person responsible about which recipients your personal data has been disclosed to and which recipients the person responsible has informed about the correction, deletion or restriction of processing.
Art. 20 GDPR – Right to Data Portability
In accordance with Art. 20 GDPR, you have the right to receive from the person responsible the personal data that you have provided to the person responsible in a structured, common and machine-readable format. In accordance with Art. 20 GDPR, you also have the right to transmit this data to another person in charge, without hindrance by the person in charge to whom the personal data was provided, insofar as this is technically feasible.
Art. 21 GDPR – Right to Object to Processing
You have the right, for reasons arising from your particular situation, to object at any time to the processing of personal data relating to you, which is based on Art. 6. (1) lit e or f GDPR takes place to file an objection; this also applies to Profiling based on these provisions. If personal data is processed in order to operate direct advertising, you have the right to object at any time to the processing of your personal data for the purpose of such advertising; this also applies to Profiling insofar as it is associated with such direct advertising.
Art. 22 GDPR – Right not to be Subject to an Automated Decision, including Profiling
You have the right not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing – including Profiling – which has legal effect on you or similar way significantly affected.
Art. 77 GDPR – Right to Lodge a Complaint with a Data Protection Supervisory Authority
Without prejudice to any other legal remedy, you have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority if you believe that the processing of your personal data violates this regulation.