Information on Data Protection
PharmacoSoftware GmbH takes the protection of its data very seriously and abides strictly by the provisions of the data protection laws (including the German Federal Data Protection Act (Bundesdatenschutzgesetz – BDSG) and the TMG).
The responsible office within the meaning of the data protection laws is PharmacoSoftware GmbH, Mergenthalerallee 10-12, 65760 Eschborn, Germany, represented by Helmut Funck (Managing Director).
The use of our website is fundamentally possible without providing personal data. To the extent personal data is collected at our sites, this always occurs on a voluntary basis. This data is strictly not shared with third parties. Exceptions hereto apply only when required by law or if you have expressly consented that it be shared.
1. Storage of access data
For each access to the websites of PharmacoSoftware GmbH and each retrieval of a file, access data concerning this process is stored in a log file on the server of our provider. Each dataset is comprised of:
- the page from which the file was requested;
- the name of the file;
- the date and time of the request;
- the amount of data transferred;
- the access status (file transferred, file not found, etc.);
- a description of the type of the web browser used;
- the IP address.
This data is collected anonymously and cannot be technically assigned to specific persons. This data is not consolidated with other data sources; in addition, the data is deleted after statistical evaluation and not retained as an individual dataset.
2. Services requiring registration
If you would like to use the services offered on our website, we need additional information from you to provide these services and for billing purposes. This particularly includes name, e-mail address, mailing address, telephone number, etc. The disclosure of this information on your part takes place on an expressly voluntary basis. In sending your data, you express your consent to our contacting you by e-mail, mail or telephone for the respective purpose. We transmit the data to third parties such as service providers or cooperation partners only to the extent that we engage them to perform functions for the respective purpose. These third parties may not use the data for other purposes. In addition, they are obligated to handle the data in accordance with this data protection declaration and the German data protection provisions. Other than this, no disclosure to third parties occurs.
Our websites use so-called "cookies" in several places. These help make our offering more user friendly, effective and secure. In addition, session-based cookies (session cookies) are used, which are only stored for the duration of the respective meeting. Cookies are small text files that are deposited on your computer and which your browser stores. Most browsers are configured to automatically accept cookies. You may, however, deactivate the storage of cookies in your browser settings. We would point out, however, that in this case you may be unable to use all functions of this website to the full extent.
4. Revocation of consent
You may at any time revoke, with future effect, the consent you gave us to store your personal data and use it to provide the respective services. Please note that even after you revoke your consent we may, if necessary, use your data to the required extent for purposes of contract performance and for billing purposes. The objection to further use of the data naturally also has the consequence that you will no longer be able to receive the purchased services (newsletter, etc.). In the absence of statutory retention periods, your personal data in this connection will immediately be deleted and no longer maintained in our inventory. In the latter case, the data will be blocked from further use.
5. Right to information
You have the right to receive information at any time concerning the nature and extent of your personal data stored, its origin and its recipients as well as the purpose of the storage.
We wish to point out that the transfer of data over the internet (e.g. through communication via e-mail) can be subject to security breaches. Complete protection of the data from third-party access is not possible.