Usually you can use the websites of the Scottish Culture Club e.V. without giving personal data on your person. If it should be necessary to request your name, address or else, you will get notice before. Your personal data will be used to render the service of the Scottish Culture Club e.V. as much comfortable to you as possible or to improve it.
If you consent to transfer personal data to the Scottish Culture Club e.V. via internet, for example for communication or order processing, we use it carefully according to the strict regulations of the Bundesdatenschutzgesetzes (BDSG).
By using the website the Scottish Culture Club e.V. recieves usage data that is temporary stored and could possibly be used for an identifikation (e.g. IP address, date, time and visited page). This data can be used by the Scottish Culture Club e.V. for statistical purposes to improve the website. This is done in compliance to the high safty standards of the Teledienstedatenschutzgesetzes (TDDSG) and the Datenschutzverordnung für Telekommunikationsunternehmen (TDSV). No personal data is used. We reserve the right to process anonymised data for statistical purposes. Further information on data privacy in Germany you can find at www.bfd.bund.de.
Passing on persoal data to third parties
The Scottish Culture Club e.V. stores its data on secure servers in Germany. Access is only possible to few persons, selected by the Scottish Culture Club e.V., that are responsible for the technical, mercantile or editorial maintainance of this servers.
Right of revocation
If you request the Scottish Culture Club e.V., not to use your personal data for further contact and/or to delete it, we will do so. Data, that is needed for order processing or mercantile purposes are not affected from a cancellation or deletion. Please remember, that in case of a revocation we can’t do personalized services for you, that use this data.
The Scottish Culture Club e.V. only uses cokkies if they are essential for the use of this web site. No such information is passed on to third parties.Cookies are used to collect textual information about your use of our website and are stored as a special ASCII file on your computer. Where this cookie is stored is under controll of your web browser. Cookies are send to the server on your next visit. They can only be read by the same server, that set them in first place.
Most browsers do accept cookies automaticly. But you can deactivate this anytime in your browser. Usually you can also tell it to notify you, if a website is about to set a cookie.