Our company takes the protection of personal data very seriously. We want you to know when we store which data and how we use it. When handling and processing personal data, we comply with the requirements of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (DSGVO) and the new Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG).
Our company processes personal data for the purpose of establishing and fulfilling business relationships. All categories of data for the fulfillment of pre-contractual and contractual obligations are affected.
For the use of our website, the disclosure of personal data is generally not required. Every time you access one of our pages, data about your visit to the website is stored in a log file. Our web hoster provides us with these log files and processed usage statistics. This data is not personal, so we cannot trace which user has accessed which data. A transfer to third parties does not take place. We would like to point out that data transmission on the Internet (e.g. communication by e-mail) can have security gaps. Complete protection of the data against access by third parties is not possible.
For certain offers and services, we require personal data in individual cases. The data you provide voluntarily in this case – for example, by e-mail – will only be used by us for the purpose you requested, for example, to contact you. A transfer to third parties does not take place.
Server log files
The provider of the pages automatically collects and stores information in so-called server log files, which your browser automatically transmits to us. These are:
- Browser type
- Browser version
- Time of the server request
- IP address
This data is not merged with other data sources. The data is automatically deleted after 90 days.
“Cookies” are small files that allow us to store on your PC specific information related to you, the user, while you visit one of our websites. Cookies help us to determine the frequency of use and the number of users of our Internet pages, as well as to make our offers as convenient and efficient as possible for you.
We use so-called “session cookies”, which are only temporarily stored for the duration of your use of one of our Internet pages. On the other hand, we use “persistent cookies” to record information about visitors who repeatedly access one of our websites. The purpose of the use of these cookies is to be able to offer you an optimal user experience as well as to “recognize” you and to present you with the most varied website and new content possible during repeated use. The content of a persistent cookie is limited to an identification number. Name, IP address etc. are not stored. An individual profiling of your usage behavior does not take place.
Trackers, analysis tools and social media applications
Google Tag Manager
This website uses the Google Tag Manager. Through this service, website tags can be managed through one interface. The Google Tool Manager only implements tags. This means that no cookies are used and no personal data is collected. The Google Tool Manager triggers other tags, which in turn may collect data. However, Google Tag Manager does not access this data. If a deactivation has been made at domain or cookie level, it remains in place for all tracking tags, insofar as these are implemented with Google Tag Manager.
We use the Google Ads service (formerly AdWords). When using this tool, Google is responsible for data processing, because Google uses its own user data for this purpose. When using these services, the customer benefits from the large amounts of data that Google owns, but the data is not shared directly with the user. For this reason, the products do not disclose any personal data to the user. The data protection relationship is between the data subjects and Google. An overview of how Google specifically protects and processes your data can be found here and here.
Lawfulness of data processing
The collection, processing and use of personal data is carried out within the scope of what is legally permissible in accordance with the German Data Protection Act. Art. 5,6 and 9 DSGVO. If personal data are collected from the data subject, the data subject shall have the right to object to the collection in accordance with. Article 13 of the GDPR the right to transparent information. The same applies according to Art 14 GDPR if the data is not collected from the data subject. As a matter of principle, only such information is processed and used that is required for the operational fulfillment of tasks and is directly related to the purpose of processing. Here, the special requirements for the collection, processing, use of special categories of personal data according to Art. 9 DSGVO and the § 22 BDSG are observed. The handling and processing of sensitive data is subject to the following regulations DSGVO exclusively under the principle of the reservation of permission or upon presentation of a legal basis.
Disclosure of data to third parties
Personal data is only passed on to third parties if this is necessary to fulfill the business purpose. A transfer of personal data to third parties, also in third countries with an unclear level of data protection (usually countries outside the EU), which are not involved in the business purpose, does not take place or only takes place if the consent of the data subject has been obtained.
The rights of data subjects
According to Art. 15 ff DSGVO, data subjects have the right to information, correction, deletion, restriction and objection to the processing of their data.
The right of data subjects to withdraw
Affected parties acc. Art. 13(2)(c) DSGVO the right to withdraw consent to the processing of personal data for the future, if the processing is based on Art. 6(2)(c) DSGVO. 1 a or Art. 9 para. 2 a DSGVO is based. The lawfulness of the processing carried out on the basis of the consent until revocation shall not be affected thereby.
However, a revocation as well as the failure to provide the required data usually results in the fact that the purpose for which the data was or should have been collected cannot be fulfilled. The written form is required for the exercise of the rights. To do so, please contact us by e-mail at
Deletion of personal data
Personal data is deleted when the purpose for storing it no longer applies and no legal norm (e.g. on the statutory retention period) requires the retention of the data. The requirements of Art. 17 DSGVO in conjunction with § 35 BDSG apply. If deletion is not possible due to legal, contractual or commercial or tax law reasons, the processing of the data may be restricted at the request of the data subject. For the exercise of the right, the written form is required.
The right of data subjects to data portability
The Company provides the right to data portability pursuant to. Art. 20 DSGVO secure. Each data subject has the right to receive a copy of his or her pb data in a standard machine-readable file format.
Person responsible in the sense of the DSGVO and the BDSG
Alfred Weigel Federnfabrik GmbH & Co. KG, Annaberger Straße 138, 09120 Chemnitz, Germany
Right of appeal
Every data subject has a right of appeal to the supervisory authority of the country in accordance with Art. 77 DSGVO. The State Data Protection Commissioner of the Free State of Saxony can be reached at e-mail: .
Data Protection Officer
Our company has appointed an external data protection officer to safeguard data protection rights. You can find our data protection officer at Hermann J. Janz, Janz Consulting Datenschutz, Schevenstr. 31, 01326 Dresden.