Liri Tent is pleased to welcome you on its website. Protection of your personal data in recording, processing and use is an important matter for us. Below, we would like to inform you about the personal data which we record and use during your visit.
When you visit our website, no personal data are recorded about you as a rule. On the web server, your IP address, your internet provider, your browser type, the website from which you are visiting us, the pages which you open with us and, the date and length of the visit are stored as a default, to the extent permitted by your browser.
This information is evaluated by us for statistical purposes, in order to adapt our internet offer to our visitors’ requirements. In addition, these data are used to follow up attempts at misuse. Combining this information with other sources of data is only done in this case for criminal prosecution.
Recording, processing and use of personal data
We only record, process and use personal data if you state them voluntarily when you visit our website. For example, this can be done via our contact form or by signing up for our newsletter. In this context, personal data means information which can be used in order to find out your identity. This includes information such as first name and surname, e-mail addresses, postal addresses, telephone and fax numbers etc.
The data are only processed and used for processing your inquiry or for the purpose described when you provide them (e.g. newsletter). Processing and use for other purposes only take place if you have approved them in advance or if other statutory directives have been fulfilled.
All the employees involved in the recording, processing and use have been obligated to data secrecy by us.
Your personal data are only forwarded to third parties by Liri Tent if this is necessary in order to fulfill the contract, entitlement pursuant to Art. 28 General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) for commissioned data processing exists or if you have approved this.
Your personal data are not sold to third parties at any time. Forwarding to state institutions only takes place within the framework of legal directives or court orders, as the case may be.