Data privacy

Data Protec­tion Officer

NeuroomNet Data Protec­tion Officer
Maarweg 56
53619 Rhein­breit­bach
Tel.: +49 (0) 2224 98933–0


Data privacy

If the oppor­tu­nity for the input of personal or busi­ness data (email addresses, name, addresses) is given, the input of these data takes place volun­t­a­rily. neuroomNet expressly declares that it will not pass this data on to third parties.

The coll­ec­tion and use of your data is strictly in accordance with the provi­sions of the Federal Data Protec­tion Act (BDSG) and the Tele­media Act (TMG).

However, we would like to take this oppor­tu­nity to point out the general dangers of Internet use over which we have no control. Espe­ci­ally in e‑mail traffic, your data is not secure without further precau­tions and can possibly be captured by third parties.


You can sign up to receive our news­letter on our website. We need your e‑mail address for this. In addi­tion, we must check, in compli­ance with the rele­vant legal regulations, whether you are actually the owner of the e‑mail address provided and would like to receive the news­letter. We ther­e­fore collect information that makes such veri­fi­ca­tion possible. The data coll­ected in this context is used for sending and recei­ving the news­letter. They have no other purpose and are not shared with third parties. Apart from the information required for sending the news­letter, no further data is coll­ected by our side. As the sending and recei­ving of news­let­ters is depen­dent on your consent, you can revoke this consent to the coll­ec­tion and storage of your data at any time without giving reasons. To do so, use the “unsub­scribe” func­tion provided in the news­letter.

Objec­tion adver­ti­sing e‑mails

As part of the legal imprint obli­ga­tion, we must publish our contact details. These are some­times used by third parties to send unso­li­cited adver­ti­se­ments and information. We hereby object to any sending of adver­ti­sing mate­rial of any kind not expressly autho­rized by us. Further­more, we expressly reserve the right to take legal action against the unso­li­cited sending of adver­ti­sing mate­rial. This applies in parti­cular to so-called spam e‑mails, spam letters and spam faxes. We would like to point out that the unaut­ho­rized trans­mis­sion of adver­ti­sing mate­rial can affect both compe­ti­tion law, civil law and criminal law offences. Spam e‑mails and spam faxes in parti­cular can lead to high claims for damages if they disrupt busi­ness opera­tions by over­flowing mail­boxes or fax machines.

Google Maps Plugin

We use a plugin of the internet service Google Maps on our website to display our loca­tion. The operator of Google Maps is Google Inc., located in the USA, CA 94043, 1600 Amphi­theatre Parkway, Moun­tain View. By using Google Maps on our website, information about the use of this website and your IP address is trans­mitted to a Google server in the USA and also stored on this server. We have no know­ledge about the exact content of the trans­mitted data, nor about their use by Google. In this context, the company denies the connec­tion of the data with information from other Google services and the coll­ec­tion of personal data. However, Google may transmit the information to third parties. If you disable Java­script in your browser, you prevent Google Maps from running. However, you will then also not be able to use any map display on our website. By using our website, you consent to the described coll­ec­tion and proces­sing of information by Google Inc. You can find out more about the privacy policy and terms of use for Google Maps here:


Use of Google Analy­tics

We use Google Analy­tics to analyze website usage. The data obtained from this is used to opti­mize our website and adver­ti­sing measures.

Google Analy­tics is provided to us by Google Ireland Limited (Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland). Google processes website usage data on our behalf and is contrac­tually committed to measures to ensure the secu­rity and confi­den­tia­lity of the data processed.

During your visit to the website, the follo­wing data, among others, is recorded:

  • Pages called
    The achie­ve­ment of “website goals” (e.g., contact inqui­ries and news­letter sign-ups).
    Your beha­vior on the pages (for example, dwell time, clicks, scrol­ling beha­vior)
  • Your appro­xi­mate loca­tion (country and city)
  • Your IP address (in shor­tened form, so that no clear assign­ment is possible)
  • Technical information such as browser, Internet provider, terminal device and screen reso­lu­tion
  • Source of origin of your visit (i.e. via which website or via which adver­ti­sing medium you came to us)

No personal data such as name, address or contact details are ever trans­ferred to Google Analy­tics.

This data is trans­ferred to Google servers in the USA. We would like to point out that, under data protec­tion law, the same level of protec­tion cannot be guaran­teed in the USA as within the EU.

Google Analy­tics stores cookies in your web browser for a period of two years since your last visit. These cookies contain a randomly gene­rated user ID, with which you can be reco­gnized on future website visits.

The recorded data is stored toge­ther with the randomly gene­rated user ID, which enables the evalua­tion of pseud­ony­mous user profiles. This user-related data is auto­ma­ti­cally deleted after 14 months. Other data remains stored in aggre­gated form inde­fi­ni­tely.

If you do not agree with the coll­ec­tion, you can prevent it with the one-time instal­la­tion of a browser add-on to disable Google Analy­tics or by rejec­ting cookies via our cookie settings dialog.