Data protection at ProJustitia
ProJustitia is very serious about protection of personal data. In the following text, we would like to briefly introduce ProJustitia’s approach to data protection and its methods. Generally, the protection of our client’s private sphere is of paramount importance to us. Therefore, observing the data protection act goes without saying. Furthermore, it is important to us that you know when we save your data and what we use them for. We are always open for comments, suggestions or questions to the topic of data protection. Do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
What are personal data? “Personal identity information” is data that can be explicitly used in order to find out about your identity. Such data are, for example, information about your name, address or your phone number. Information which can-not be directly linked with your identity, such as favorite websites, is not personal data. Where are personal data collected?
ProJustitia usually asks only your name and email address when setting up services which can be personalized, such as our newsletter. When you place an order or request information about a certain product, Pro-Justitia needs to know your name and your address, in order to be able to mail you the requested information. In order to protect your data, we mostly follow the recommendations of the German Multimedia-Association for email marketing.
Passing personal data on to a third party
We appreciate the trust you have in us and treat your data with uttermost care and respect. We only use your data within the ProJustitia association and never pass them on to a third party.
Definition of acceptable email marketing
– Emails permitted or explicitly requested by the addressee
– With content permitted or explicitly requested by the address
– At a rate which is known to the addressee or explicitly requested by him
– From a sender authorized by the addressee (the transaction can also
be carried out by a service provider)
Another important point is that comprehensible explanation of the extent and further use of saved data is given to the addressee. This is done by a so-called opt-in, a series of user-controlled processes. The form of the opt-in is company-specific. After the user has enlisted in an email distribution list, he immediately receives a confirmation email. He then has the possibility to a) sign himself out again (single opt-in) or to b) confirm his enlistment by answering this email (double opt-in).
This repeated confirmation can also be carried out by visiting a specific website over an encoded URL.
The confirmed opt-in per email is a secure legal method, since it is the only way to prove that the request for a newsletter or email information has come from a specific user. From the technical point of view, the opt-in process does not present any additional complications. It is clearly stated in each consignment how to sign out of the distribution list. Should the addressee wish to be signed out, it is done immediately.
Another part of email marketing is keeping a so-called “Master-Robinson list” of users who wish to receive no emails from the company whatsoever.
You are entitled to require immediate cancellation
If you have shared your personal data with us, you have the option to have them deleted anytime. One email to firstname.lastname@example.org stating the sender and the registered service is sufficient.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text data, currently used by thousands of websites in order to identify regular visitors. These data are not dangerous programs which break into the user’s system and cause damage. Cookies used by ProJustitia contain no personal information about you, only a classification number which has no meaning outside the ProJustitia system. Cookies help projustitia.com analyze how visitors use the website. Thus, we can adjust the content of our website to the needs of our visitors. If you do not wish to support the cookies, you can deactivate them easily on your browser.
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