The personal data submitted using the online application and contact form for the distribution list will only be used by UNISTER Holding GmbH for the purposes indicated. Through technical and organizational measures we aim to protect your data against accidental and intentional manipulation, and against unauthorised access.
Your personal information will never be shared with any third party for advertising, marketing, or any other purpose.
We strongly adhere to the strict privacy laws of Germany when collecting, processing and using personal data.
What personal information do we collect?
It is in principle possible to use our services without entering your personal information. We request your personal information only as part of a job application or contact request. During these processes we may ask for, and store, your name, surname, e-mail address, postal address, academic qualifications and professional experience.
In addition your computer may automatically provide information such as IP address, type of browser and your usage of UNISTER.de. This information may be collected and stored by us.
We would also like to explicitly indicate that you may revoke your consent to us storing and processing your personal information at anytime in the future.
How does UNISTER use your data?
We use the data provided only within the confines of the law; in particular the Federal Data Protection Act, and as far as it is required, the use of your data is only done with your consent. In particular your data will be used by us to process your requests. In addition we reserve the right to use your data in a reasonable manner for our own promotional purposes.
Will your personal data be passed onto third parties?
Your personal data will only be passed onto third parties if you have given your consent.
However, in certain cases we may have to disclose your personal data to relevant third parties when required by law. This is especially true during investigations by law enforcement agencies or the investigation into the harm and abuse of others. This is true even when the contractual relationship has ended. However a prerequisite for a transfer of data is justified and documented evidence that an offence has taken place.
Do you have the right to access and delete your data?
You have the legal right to access, correct and delete your data. Upon request, we will provide information concerning the data stored about you as soon as possible. Likewise we are obliged to change or delete the information held about you.
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