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We secure our website and further systems with technical and organisational measures against loss, destruction, modification or distribution of or access to your data by unauthorised persons. Despite controls on a regular basis, however, a complete protection against any possible risks is not possible.
Right of access to personal data
According to the 5th section of the Data Protection Act of 2000 you are entitled to receive free information about your stored data as well as a right, if applicable, for correction, blockage, or deletion of this data.
Revocation of consent
We would like to point out that you may revoke your consent any time with effect for the future.