Privacy Policy

Responsible within the meaning of the Data Protection Act

Zokki's Softwareschmiede

Owner: Tim-Niclas Oelschläger

Sallgaster Straße 6

01994 Annahütte

Germany

Data Protection

As a website operator, I take the protection of all personal data very seriously. All personal information is treated confidentially and in accordance with legal regulations, as explained in this privacy policy.

My website can be used without providing personal data. However, if personal data such as name, address, or email is requested at any time, this will be on a voluntary basis. Data collected by me will never be disclosed to third parties without your specific permission.

Information, Deletion

At any time, you can inquire about the personal data, its origin and recipients, and the purpose of data processing. You can also request a correction or deletion of this data free of charge. Please use the contact methods provided in the imprint . I am also available for further questions on this topic at any time.

Server Log Files

The website is privately hosted and automatically stores server log files transmitted by your browser. These data include: browser type/version, operating system of the computer, referrer URL, hostname of the accessing computer, and time of the server request.

This data is not personally identifiable. There is no merging of this data with other data sources. If specific indications of unlawful use become known to me, I reserve the right to subsequently check this data.

All server logs are also deleted at the latest with every server restart.

Cookies

This website does not use cookies.

Changes

My privacy policy may be adjusted at irregular intervals to comply with current legal requirements or to implement changes in my services, such as the introduction of new offerings. The new privacy policy automatically applies to your next visit.

Contact the Data Protection Officer

For questions regarding data protection, please send a message to zokki.softwareschmiede@gmail.com with the subject "Data Protection".