The provider takes the protection of personal data very seriously. In this regard, we inform you when we store data and what we use it for. We observe the provisions of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU-DSGVO) in the currently valid version. We have taken technical and organizational measures to ensure that the regulations on data protection are observed both by us and by our cooperation partners and external service providers.
Personal data is information about personal or factual circumstances of a specific person that can be used to find out his or her identity. This includes, for example, name, address, postal address, e-mail address, but also the IP address or license plate number. Other information that cannot be directly linked to your person (e.g. version and brand of your browser, operating system of your computer) does not fall into this category.
In principle, you can use our website without disclosing your identity. However, if you wish to contact us, we will ask you for your name and other personal data in order to process your request.
Access to your personal data, which you provide to us, is possible in each case for the employees of the project, specifically Prof. Dr. Peter H. Seeberger and Dr. Matthew B. Plutschack, who are involved in the technical or content-related processing of these systems. All employees have been obligated to maintain confidentiality and to observe data protection. We take precautions to protect your data and to prevent misuse from the outside.
When you access our websites, we also store additional information (e.g. browser type, network, provider, date, time, pages viewed, jump address from other web servers, etc.) that may allow us to identify you personally. However, we do not make any personal use of this data. The data records are only evaluated statistically, to optimize our offer and to simplify the user guidance.
The EU GDPR stipulates in Art. 13 that the controller must provide the data subject with the following information when collecting personal data:
- Name of the responsible party
Prof. Dr. Peter H. Seeberger
- Address of the responsible party
Am Mühlenberg 1
- Purpose of data processing
The processing of personal data must be adequate, relevant and limited to the extent necessary for the purpose, Art. 5 (1) lit. c EU-DSGVO. The main purpose of the processing of personal data is to enable the user to contact the project team and vice versa. The data processing is carried out for the exercise of the aforementioned purposes.
- Description of the group of persons concerned and the related data or categories of data
Users; only the necessary data for the above-mentioned purpose will be processed
- Recipients or categories of recipients to whom the data are or will be disclosed
Project team of the Center for the Transformation of Chemistry, specifically Prof. Dr. Peter H. Seeberger and Dr. Matthew B. Plutschack
- Time limits for the deletion of data
Legislation has enacted a variety of retention obligations and deadlines. After these periods have expired, the corresponding data is deleted. If data is not affected by this, it will be deleted as soon as the stated purposes cease to apply.
- Data transfer to a third country or an international organization
No transfer to a third country or an international organization is intended.
Rights of the data subjects
In order to comply with the transparency and modalities regulated in Art. 12 of the EU GDPR, the controller provides the following information about data subjects’ rights.
a) Right of access (Art. 15)
The data subject shall have the right to obtain confirmation from the controller as to whether personal data concerning him or her are being processed. The controller shall provide a copy of the personal data that are the subject of the processing. For any further copies requested by the data subject, the controller may charge a reasonable fee based on the administrative costs.
b) Correction (Art. 16)
The data subject has the right to request rectification or completion of personal data concerning him or her.
c) Erasure (Art. 17) – “Right to be forgotten”.
See point 6: Time limits for the erasure of data
d) Right to object (Art. 21)
If the data subject objects to the processing of personal data concerning him or her, the controller may no longer process such data unless it can demonstrate compelling legitimate grounds for the processing which override the interests, rights and freedoms of the data subject, or for the establishment, exercise or defense of legal claims.
e) Right of appeal to a supervisory authority
Every data subject has the right to lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority.