Dear internet users, we are delighted that you are interested in our homepage and in our company. Despite careful monitoring of content, we cannot accept any responsibility for external links to third-party content.
As a rule, it is possible to use our website without disclosing personal information (e.g. name, address, email address). If personal data is collected, for example in the context of an query, this is done on a voluntary basis. The protection of your personal data when collected, processed and used as part of your visit to our website, is extremely important to us.
Name of the controller:
Jan Gerlach (chairman), Michael Schmidt and Dr. Thomas van Kaldenkerken
Address of the controller:
Data Protection Officer:
consileo GmbH & Co. KG
Purpose and data minimisation
Based on our unique Player Hub technology, our Peakwork platform provides innovative and flexible solutions for the quick and worldwide sale of holiday travel. We collect and use your personal data exclusively within the framework of European Union and German data protection legislation. In the following paragraphs, we will inform you about the type, scope and purpose of gathering and using personal data. We will only use your data for the purposes listed below. You can access this information at any time on our website.
Transfer and recording of data for internal record keeping and statistical purposes
For technical reasons, when you access our website, your internet browser automatically transmits some data to our server. This is data such as date and time of access, URL of the referring website, pages viewed, amount of data sent, browser type and version, operating system as well as your IP address. This data is stored. It is not possible for us to associate this data with any specific person. This data is used for statistical purposes only and deleted afterwards.
If you provide us with personal information (for example through our contact form), we gather, store and use this only to answer your queries and for any follow-up questions and technical administration.
We gather and use personal data only when it is necessary for enabling access to our internet services (usage data). In particular, this includes identification markers, information about the start and finish of use as well as the extent to which you use our services.
For marketing, market research and the design and development of our services, we are allowed to create user profiles when pseudonyms are used. You have the right to object to this use of your data. We are not allowed to combine these user profiles with any personal data about the person behind the pseudonym.
Moreover, data cannot be transferred to third parties without your express permission.
Data subjects and categories
Data subjects are customers, visitors to the website and business partners as well as employees. Surname, first name, address where applicable and email address as well as IP address are collected here. However, this only occurs to the extent described for a specific purpose and data economy.
Deletion of data
Personal data that is no longer needed, and which does not need to be kept according to statutory requirements, will be deleted. In principle, such data is only stored for the duration of the above stated purposes.
Recipients or categories of recipients that can receive data.
Your personal data is only transmitted to third parties if it is needed to process your contract, if you have previously given permission or if the law requires us to do so. You have the right to revoke any permission you have already given to influence future usage (see point 3, right to information).
At the end of a contractual relationship or if you revoke your consent to the storage of data, the data will be deleted in compliance with any applicable statutory retention periods.
Transmission of data to third-parties
Data transmission to third parties is not intended and will not take place.
Rights of the data subject
You have the option and the right to contact the controller responsible (see above) to request information about how your data is processed. Moreover, you have the right to request correction of your data. You have the right to restrict the collection and use of your data i.e. to only give consent for part of your data. In addition, you have the right, at any time, to object to the processing of your personal data. When you do so, we will examine whether there are any conflicting legal transmitting and processing obligations and inform you accordingly. You have the right to data portability, meaning that we hand over your data in a common, machine-readable format determined by us upon your request.
In addition, you have the right to complain to the responsible supervisory authority in your country if you believe we are not treating your data properly as laid out in this policy.
When you have given consent, you may of course revoke this consent at any time.
If you receive advertising from us, you have the right to object to this at any time and advertising will no longer be sent to you.
If you have agreed to subscribe to our newsletter via our website, we will send this newsletter to the email address you have provided. Through our newsletter, you will regularly be kept up to date with news, dates and any other initiatives. The email address you provide for receiving the newsletter will be solely used by us. In no way will your data be passed on to third parties of any kind.
You can of course unsubscribe to the newsletter at any time by clicking on the unsubscribe link at the bottom of each newsletter or by contacting us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Data protection declaration for the use of Google Analytics as a web analysis tool
The IP address transmitted from your browser within the context of Google Analytics will not be connected to other Google data.
You can prevent the collection of your data generated by cookies and related to the use of our website (including IP address) being transmitted to, and processed by, Google by downloading and installing the browser plugin available via this link: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=de
Please note that we ensure the anonymisation of IP addresses (so-called IP-Masking) through our Google Tag Manager settings.
Browser Opt Out
You can prevent the collection of your personal data (including your IP address) through the cookie and related to your use of this website and the processing of this data by Google, through changing your browser settings related to cookie storage or by downloading and installing the browser plugin available via this link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en
Below you find information on the data processed when you call up our Facebook fan page.
As administrator of our fan page, we receive anonymised visitor statistics (“insights”) created by Facebook on the basis of the following data: Page Insights are aggregated information to help us understand how users interact with our site. We do not receive any personal data. This means, that Facebook does not disclose individual personal data of our fan page visitors to us. As administrator of the fan page, we are joint controllers with Facebook for the processing of Insights Data (Art. 26 EU GDPR), with Facebook taking primary responsibility. The legal basis for using the Insights Data is our legitimate interest under Art. 6 (1) (f) EU GDPR to offer information and means of communication to interested parties and customers via social networks. We use this information for economic and communicative purposes, including to remain competitive as a company.
Please note that the cookie will be set upon your visit of our Facebook fan page regardless of whether you have a Facebook account or not.
If you do have a Facebook account, Facebook collects and processes data upon accessing the fan page, in case you have disclosed this information in your Facebook account. This includes your age, gender, relationship status, employment status as well as information about your life style, your interests and your purchases or shopping behaviour (demographic data). Facebook also collects and processes geographical data such as your location. Facebook uses both types of data to offer customised information and advertisement (personalisation). Facebook can link this data to your person.
If you do not have a Facebook account, the cookie placement at least collects your IP address, information about your device, the region or possibly the more exact location where you use your device, time and duration of your visit and estimates the above-mentioned demographic data via your surfing behaviour
You can prevent the collection of data through the cookie and related to your use of the website (including your IP address), its transfer to and use by Facebook by changing your cookie settings before visiting the Facebook fan page. Most browsers offer an option for restricting or completely blocking the cookie storage. Please note that the use and the user comfort might however be limited without cookies. You can also activate the “do not track” setting in your web browser, deactivate script code in your browser or use a so-called script blocker.
You can obtain more information in Facebook’s Privacy Guideline under https://www.facebook.com/privacy/explanation, Facebook’s Cookie Guideline under https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies, information on Page Insights under https://www.facebook.com/legal/terms/information_about_page_insights_data and read about advertisement settings in the Data Protection Information under https://www.facebook.com/help/568137493302217.
Data protection declaration for the use of LinkedIn
We use the plugin provided by the social network LinkedIn Corporation, 2029 Stierlin Court, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA. The plugin is recognisable as the “LinkedIn” logo and the “Share” button on our website. When you click on the “LinkedIn” button or the “Share” button on our pages, or if you access content whilst you are logged into your LinkedIn account, you link our website content with your LinkedIn profile. Through this, LinkedIn will receive the information that you have visited our website with your IP address. In this way, LinkedIn can associate your visit with your user account. We do not receive information about the content of this transmitted data or its usage from LinkedIn. Details about data collection as well as your rights and setting options can be found through LinkedIn’s data protection information here: http://www.linkedin.com/static?key=privacy_policy&trk=hb_ft_priv
Data protection declaration for the use of Twitter
We continue to use Twitter plugins on our website. These are operated by Twitter Inc.,795 Folsom St., Suite 600, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA. When you visit a site with such a plugin, a direct connection is made between your browser and the Twitter servers. We do not have any influence on the nature and extent of data the plugin transmits to the Twitter servers. According to Twitter Inc., only your IP address is collected and stored. Information on the use of personal data by Twitter Inc., can be found here: https://twitter.com/privacy?lang=de
When you call up our Twitter page, Twitter (Twitter Inc., 1355 Market Street, Suite 900, San Francisco, CA 94103 USA) places cookies on the device you use for your visit (i.e. your computer or your mobile device). Thus, Twitter receives information on the kind of device you use as well as your IP address. If you have a Twitter account and disclosed additional information to Twitter, such as your email address, phone number, your contact list and a public profile, Twitter will also link this data to your visit of our Twitter presence. Twitter Inc. uses this information, inter alia, for personalised ads and to suggest other Twitter users you might be interested in following.
Please note that the cookie will be set upon your visit of our Twitter presence regardless of whether you have a Twitter account or not.
To show you personalised content, Twitter may, in addition to tweets you post yourself, also analyse which tweets you read, “like“ or retweet, it may also analyse additional information to find out which subjects you are interested in, your age, which languages you speak, as well as additional analyse additional signals. When you have a Twitter account, Twitter will at least learn which tweets you read and thus know where your interests lie. With a Twitter account, you can change the personalisation settings. You can find out which data Twitter has collected about you by clicking on https://twitter.com/settings/your_twitter_data.
When third party websites integrate Twitter content, might receive log files about the website which was visited. According to Twitter, Twitter does not link your web activities with your name, email address, phone number or user name and deletes, obfuscates, or aggregates it after a maximum of 30 days. Twitter states that it does not collect this data from browsers it believes to be located in the European Union or EFTA States.
We might process data you disclose on Twitter (user name, content published via your account, especially tweets) when retweeting or answering tweets you have published or by linking you in our own tweets.
Data protection declaration for the use of XING
Data protection declaration for the use of YouTube
We use the YouTube plugin, owned by Google Inc., based in San Bruno/California, USA. The plugin is recognisable on our pages as the black “YouTube” symbol, or in the form of a current video that can be clicked on. When you choose such a symbol, button, content or term on our website, your browser makes a direct connection with YouTube’s servers. The YouTube server thereby receives information from which specific page of our website you have visited. If you are already logged into YouTube when you do this, you enable YouTube to connect your browsing habits directly with your personal profile. You can prevent this connection option by logging out of your account before visiting our website. Further information about this can be found in the data protection policy here: http://www.google.com/intl/de/policies/privacy