The subject matter of data protection is personal data (as follows Data). These are according to Section 3 Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) any information concerning the personal or material circumstances of an identified or identifiable individual. These include data such as details of name, address, email address, telephone number and where appropriate the user data and the IP address.
The responsible private body for the collection, processing and use of your personal data in the sense of the Federal Data Protection Act is Zimmermann-Graeff & Müller GmbH (as follows Controller). In as far as you wish to object to the collection, processing and use of your data by the controller in accordance with this privacy statement either in general or for single measures, you are free to do so at the following contact address:
Zimmermann-Graeff & Müller GmbH
Please note that in the case of such an objection the use of the website www.zgm.de (As follows Website) may be limited or generally not be possible.
The controller collects, processes and uses your personal data in accordance with the data protection laws of the Federal Republic of Germany and the data protection regulations of the European Union. The controller uses your personal data exclusively for the purposes given in this privacy statement. In as far as your data shall be transferred to any third party this shall only take place within the framework of the data protection regulations.
2. Scope of Data Collection and Data Storage
The controller collects and stores your data in the following:
2.1 Opening the website
For each access to the website the user data is transferred via the respective internet browser and the server log files are stored. The stored data records include the following data:
- Date and time of the access
- Name of accessed website
- Referrer-URL (URL of origin from where you have reached the website)
- Data volume transferred
- Product and version information of the browser used
Your IP address will be deleted or rendered anonymous after termination of use. On anonymization your IP address shall be modified in such a way that individual details about personal or material circumstances may no longer or only with a disproportionate amount of time, expense and labour be attributed to an identified or identifiable individual.
On accessing the website you will be requested to give information about your age. The controller requests you in this context to confirm that you are at least 16 years of age.
2.2 Contact form
If you wish to contact the controller, a contact form is available. On using this form you will be asked to submit the following details:
- Your name
- Your email
- Your message
2.3 Click on Email
In the navigation menu and at various other points on the website you have the option to open an email to the controller with just one click. The sender email is automatically inserted to which your email programme is linked.
Should you not wish that your email be retrieved in this way, you can alter this in the settings of your respective email programme.
3. Use of Data
The controller collects, processes and uses your data in the following:
3.1 Legal Compliance
The controller provides information on alcoholic beverages. According to § 6 section 5 Protection of Minors from Harmful Media (JMStV) advertising to alcoholic beverages may neither be directed towards children or young persons nor be especially attractive nor be present these persons enjoying alcohol. The controller must there ensure that this group of individuals may not access the website.
3.2 Improvement of the Website
The log files are evaluated by the controller in an anonymous form in order to improve the website and to make it more user-friendly, to detect and eliminate faults as well as to manage server capacities. Thus it can be identified at which time the website is particularly popular and the controller can then provide the appropriate volume of data.
The controller collects, processes and uses your data to communicate with you if necessary and to answer your message accordingly.
The controller may use your data for the purpose of advertising in as far as you have given prior consent or a legal stipulation allows such.
The controller uses so-called cookies for data collection and storage Cookies are small data packages which usually are made up of letters and digits that are stored in the user's computer browser when he visits an internet website. The cookies allow the website to recognize your browser, to track you as you surf through various sections of a website and to identify you when you return to the website. Cookies do not contain any personally identifiable information, but the information stored by the controller may be assigned to the data obtained and stored by the cookies.
- Recognition of the user’s computer on visiting the website
- Tracing browsing activities on the website
- Improvement of user-friendly operation of controller website
- Evaluation of use of website of controller
- Operation of the website
- Fraud prevention and improvement of website security
- Individual design of the website under consideration of the user requirements
Cookies do not damage your browser. They do not contain viruses and do not allow the controller to spy out your data. There are two types of cookies. Temporary cookies are automatically deleted when you close your browser - the so-called session cookies. Permanent cookies have duration of up to maximum 20 days – the so-called long term cookies. This kind of cookies allows you to be recognized on recalling the website. With the aid of cookies the controller can retrace your user behaviour for the above-mentioned cases and in the appropriate scope. They also allow optimal surfing on the website of the controller. The controller collects these data only in anonymous form.
5. Google Analytics
Our site uses the web analysis service Google-Analytics. This uses the above-mentioned cookies in order to collect information on your operating system, your browser, your IP address, previous websites and date and time of your visit to our website. The information provided by the cookies through the use of the website are transmitted to a Google server in the USA and are stored there. Google utilizes this information in order to analyse the website to be able to put together reports on website activity for the controller and furthermore, to be able to perform more services in connection with the use of the website and use of the internet. In as far as it is legally permissible and in as far as third parties use these data for these services, Google shares this information with third parties. This use will be anonymous or pseudonymous. Further information is available directly from Google under http://www.google.com/intl/de/privacypolicy.html#information
Google-Analytics uses the Cookie Double Click DART. You can deactivate this application of the DART cookies by accessing https://www.google.de/policies/privacy/ (Datenschutzbestimmungen des Werbenetzwerks und Content-Werbenetzwerks von Google).
On using Google-Analytics no direct personal data will be stored, only the IP address. This information is used so that on your next visit to the website you will be identified automatically and this will facilitate navigation.
You can prevent the installation of cookies through the appropriate setting of your user programme (browser). You have to deactivate the storage of cookies in your internet browser. Please follow the instructions for use of your own browser.
6. Use of Data for Specific Purposes
The controller adheres to the principles of the use of date for specific purposes. The controller collects, processes and uses your personal data only for the above-mentioned purposes. Data shall only be passed on to third parties, and the collection of personal data as well as their transfer to governmental institutions and authorities entitled to receive information and authorities only occurs in scope of any legal obligation to provide information, or when we are obliged to provide information pursuant to a court decision.
7. Links to Third Party Sites
On visiting the controller’s website contents may be shown which link to websites of third parties. The controller has no access to the cookies or any other functions which have been employed by third parties and the controller cannot monitor these. Any such third party sites are not subject to the data protection regulations of the controller.
You are requested to contact such third parties yourself in order to receive more information on their own privacy policies.
8. Provision of Information, Correction and Erasure of Data
According to Section 34 Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) you have the right to request information about the stored personal data from the controller at any time. The controller shall provide this information as quickly as possible.
You have the right to have any stored personal data corrected or erased at any time.
The erasure of your personal data can take place at any time unless this is bound by statutory retention periods, or if the retention of the data for the fulfilment of contractual obligations is no longer required, or if the storage of data is legally inadmissible. The controller shall erase your personal data with due regard to statutory data protection provisions after the termination of the appropriate fixed period.
9. Rights to Information and Objection
The controller shall provide you with free information about any stored personal data at any time and without having to give any reason. You can have the data stored by the controller blocked, corrected or erased at any time. You have the right to object without giving reasons to any prior given consent for the collection or use of personal data. Please take the appropriate contact details from our website imprint. The controller is at your disposal for any further questions concerning personal data protection and the processing of your personal data.
Please note that data protection regulations and the handling of privacy practices can be changed at any time. We therefore recommend the regular updating of information about any changes in legal provisions and company practices (especially in the case of Google).