Data privacy statement

General and obligatory information

Identification of the data controller

The data controller for this website is:

Ultralen Film GmbH
Reiner Hambrecht
Lustgartenstrasse, 6
79576 Weil am Rhein
Germany

The data controller determines, alone or in collaboration with others, the purposes and means of processing of the personal data, which may include names, contact information, etc.

Withdrawal of your consent to data processing

Some of the data processing steps require your express consent, which can be withdrawn at any time. All you need to do to withdraw your consent is to email us with an informal note. The legitimacy of the data processing that took place before this point will remain unaffected by your withdrawal of consent.

Right to file a complaint with the competent supervisory authority

As a concerned person, in the event of a breach of data privacy law, you have the right to complain to a supervisory authority. The competent supervisory authority in all questions related to data privacy is the state data security officer of the Land in which the place of business of Ultralen is located. Follow the link for a list of data security officers, together with contact information: https://www.bfdi.bund.de/DE/Infothek/Anschriften_Links/anschriften_links-node.html.

Right to data portability

You have the right to have any data that we process automatically on the basis of your consent or in performance of a contract, transferred to you or others. In this case, the data will be provided in a machine-readable form. Should you demand that your data be transmitted directly to another data controller, this will be done only as far as technically feasible.

Right to information, correction, blocking, deletion

You have the right, at any time, to be informed free of charge about your stored personal data, their origin and recipients, and the purpose for which the data are processed. You also have the right to correct, block or delete these data as appropriate.
The contacts identified in the imprint are always available to answer your questions about the issues explained above, or any other surrounding the subject of personal data.

SSL and/or TLS encryption

For reasons of security and to protect the transmission of confidential contents you may send us as the website operators, our website uses SSL and TLS encryption. This means that the data you send to this website cannot be read by outsiders. Encrypted connects can be identified by the “https://” in the address bar of your web browser and the padlock icon in the browser line.

Server log files

Server log files are used by the website provider to automatically collect and store information transmitted automatically by your browser. These are:

  • browser type and version
  • operating system
  • referrer URL
  • host name of the requesting computer
  • time of the server request
  • IP address

This information will not be collated with other data sources. The data processing is based on Art. 6 (1) letter b GDPR, which permits the processing of data in performance of a contract or precontractual measures.

Contact form

Any data transmitted via the contact form will be stored together with your contact data to allow us to process your request of follow-up inquiries. These data will not be passed without your consent.

The data entered in the contact form will always be processed on the basis of your consent, which can be withdrawn at any time. All you need to do to withdraw your consent is to email us an informal note to this effect. The legitimacy of the data processing before this point will remain unaffected by that withdrawal.

We will retain the data transmitted via the contact form until you request their deletion, withdraw your consent to storing them, or if there is no more need to retain them. Binding statutory provisions, including but not limited to retention periods, will remain unaffected thereof.

Cookies

Our website uses cookies. A cookie is a small test file that your web browser stores on your terminal device. Cookies help us to make our offering more user friendly, efficient, and secure.

Certain cookies are so-called session cookies, which will be deleted automatically at the end of your browser session. Other cookies will remain stored on your terminal device until you delete them yourself. Cookies of this type help us to recognise you when you come back to our website.

Modern web browsers let you monitor, restrict or disable the setting of cookies. Many browsers can be configured to delete cookies automatically when you close them. Disabling cookies can affect the functionality of our website.

Setting of cookies that are needed to enable electronic communication processes or the provision of certain desired features (e.g., the shopping basket) is based on Art. 6 (1) letter f GDPR. As the operator of this website, we have a legitimate interest in the storage of cookies, as it allows us to provide our services smoothly and free of technical flaws. Cookies set for other purposes (e.g. to enable analytic functions) are covered separately in this data privacy statement.

Google Analytics

Our website relies on features made available by the Google Analytics web analysis service. The web analysis service is provided by Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA.

Google Analytics uses ‘cookies’, which are small text files that your web browser stores on your terminal device to enable the analysis of how the website is used. Cookie-based information on your use of the website will be transmitted to a Google server, where it is stored. The server will typically be located in the United States.

The setting of Google Analytics cookies is governed by Art. 6 (1) letter f GDPR. As the website operator, we have a legitimate interest in analysing the user behaviour, as it allows us to optimise our website and, as the case may be, the advertising.

IP anonymisation

We use Google Analytics in connection with the IP anonymisation function, which guarantees that Google, before your IP address is transmitted to the United States, abridges it within the EU member states or within other signatories to the Agreement on the European Economic Area. There may be exceptions in which Google will transmit the full IP address to a server located in the USA, where it is abbreviated. Google uses such information on our behalf to evaluate your use of the website and generate website activity reports, and to render other services related to website and Internet use. IP addresses transmitted by Google Analytics will not be collated with other data gathered by Google.

Browser plug-in

The setting of cookies can be disabled in your web browser. However, this may affect certain functions offered by our website. Likewise, you can prevent the collection of data related to your use of the website, including your IP address and all downstream processing activities by Google. For this, you can download and install the following plug-in: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=de.

Objection to data processing

You can prevent Google Analytics collecting your data by clicking the link below. This will set an opt-out cookie that blocks the collection of your data when you come back to our website at a later time: Disabling Google Analytics

See Google’s data privacy statement for details on how user data are handled by Google Analytics: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245?hl=de.

Contract processing

To fully comply with the statutory provisions on data security, we have signed a contract processing agreement with Google.

Google Analytics feature ‘Demographics’

Our website utilises the Google Analytics feature ‘Demographics’, which permits the generation of reports with information related to your age, sex and interests. These data are collected through interest-specific Google ads and visitor data of third-party providers. It is not possible to link these data to any specific person. You can disable this feature at any time via the display settings in your Google account, or by globally prohibiting Google Analytics to collect your data; see ‘Objection to data processing’ above for more details.