Data protection officer
neuroomNet data protection officer
Tel .: +49 (0 ) 2224 98933-0
If there is a possibility to enter personal data (e-mail address, name, addresses) within the neuroomNet website, this is done voluntarily. neuroomNet expressly declares that the information submitted will not be passed on to third parties.
Your data is collected and used strictly in accordance with the requirements of the Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) and the Telemedia Act (TMG).
At this point, however, we do not want to miss pointing 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 recorded by third parties.
You can register for our newsletter on our website. We need your email address for this. In addition, we have to check in compliance with the relevant legal regulations whether you are actually the owner of the email address provided and would like to receive the newsletter. We therefore collect information that makes such a check possible. The data collected in this context is used to send and receive the newsletter. They have no other purpose and will not be passed on to third parties. Apart from the information necessary for sending the newsletter, no other data is collected on our part. Since sending and receiving the newsletter depends on your consent, you can revoke this consent to the collection and storage of your data at any time without giving reasons. To do this, use the "Unsubscribe function" provided in the newsletter.
Objection to promotional emails
As part of the legal obligation to provide an imprint, we have to publish our contact details. Some of these are used by third parties to send unwanted advertising and information. We hereby object to any transmission of advertising material of any kind not expressly authorized by us. We also expressly reserve the right to take legal action against the undesired and unsolicited sending of advertising material. This applies in particular to so-called spam emails, 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. Spam e-mails and spam faxes in particular can lead to high claims for damages if they disrupt business operations due to overcrowding of mailboxes or fax machines.
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