This data protection declaration is directed at all persons who visit this website. All personal designations refer to all genders and the associated forms of language, in particular diverse, female, male. Each personal designation is to be understood with the addition „(m/f/d)“.
The person responsible for the processing described here is: OMIND platform GmbH, Anlagenweg 33, 71701 Schwieberdingen, firstname.lastname@example.org, represented by the managing director Ms Aurelia Engelsberger.
(1) The data subjects have the following rights with regard to the data stored about them: the right to information, the right to correction of incorrect data, the right to deletion of data for which there is no longer a reason for storage, to restriction of processing and to data portability. Furthermore, they have the right to complain to the supervisory authority responsible for the controller.
(2) Insofar as the processing is based on the consent of the data subjects, the data subjects may revoke their consent at any time and with effect for the future; for example, by sending an informal message to one of the above-mentioned contact channels (controller).
(3) Insofar as the processing is based on the fulfilment of a legitimate interest, thus on Article 6 (1) sentence 1 lit. f DSGVO, the data subjects may object to the processing at any time, for example by sending an informal message to one of the above-mentioned contact channels (responsible party). If the objection is justified, the processing will be terminated. If the legitimate interest lies in direct marketing, the objection is always justified.
Transfer to countries outside the European Union
(1) If personal data are transferred to bodies outside the European Union, the controller must provide supplementary protection guarantees in accordance with Article 44 et seq. GDPR.
(2) If the controller refers to a so-called adequacy decision in the following data protection declaration, this means that the receiving body is located in a country, territory or specific sector for which the EU Commission has decided that it offers an adequate level of data protection. The guarantee then follows from Article 45 GDPR.
(3) If the controller refers to the so-called EU standard contractual clauses in the following data protection declaration, this means that the receiving body has contractually committed itself to respecting the EU data protection principles on the basis of the so-called EU standard contractual clauses, the guarantee then follows from Article 45 of the GDPR.
(4) If the controller refers to so-called binding, internal data protection regulations in the following data protection declaration, this means that the competent supervisory authority has approved the transfer. The guarantee then follows from Article 47 DSGVO.
(5) Insofar as the controller