Data Protection Officer
What a lovely title, and I, Robin Stegt, am the proud owner of it. For everything personal data related, I am your man. If you want to reach out to me, please use one of the following paths of communication:
What is being collected?
Not much, to be honest. No evil Google Analytics tracking every step you make on this website or any other filthy marketing voodoo. I only collect what you or your browser is providing me with and what my provider requires to run this site. Besides logfiles (server-side logging of ip addresses) that are required for security reasons, I only get what you give voluntarily (contact form & newsletter subscription) & involuntarily (cookies).
How is it being used?
When you provide me with your personal information via the contact forms, this information is solely being used during and explicitly for the contact period. When we both take separate ways again, I will delete all of your personal data on my end. It will be as if you have never existed.
What about Cookies?
Alright, now you got me! True, this website is undoubtedly using some cookies. Cookies, do not ask me why it is being called that way, are small sticky notes that your browser creates for you. With these sticky notes, the browser remembers specific settings from your previous visit. Remember this annoying cookie notice from your first visit? When you hit accept or decline, the browser creates a cookie, storing your decision, so it does not present it to you on every visit. This function, like everything, can be used for good and evil. I am an angel and would never do you harm 🙂
In addition to the general cookie storing that you read the cookie notice, a cookie is used to save the current browser language. This way, I can make sure that the website presents you the content in a language you are used to.
The contact form plugin called Quform also stores a cookie with your current session ID. This cookie is necessary for security reasons and a proper functioning of the plugin according to the official Quform website. No personal data is being stored.
I think it goes without saying that a contact form’s purpose is contacting another person. Ups, now I have said it nonetheless. And to have a civilized interaction between two human beings, it would be helpful to know something about the other person. This is why the contact forms on PRESENTAILOR ask for some of your personal information. There is obviously technical information I need, like your email address, to allow two-way communication. The other information, like your name, title, company etc., is necessary for me to communicate with you in a respectful manner. You are always welcome to avoid using the contact form and just email me at email@example.com. But a contact form usually is a more efficient way to start a business relationship, since I have all the necessary information at my disposal.
Your data is stored in my database. I will, like everything else, keep it until our time together comes to an end, and we part. If you insist on having your data removed from my database at a different point in time, just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I will make sure that not even an atom of you is left as a trace.
If you do not want to receive any more news from PRESENTAILOR, you can easily unsubscribe via the equally named button at the end of every newsletter. If you want your email address completely removed from the database, please get in touch with me via email@example.com.
Embedded YouTube Videos
Our website includes embedded YouTube videos, which are hosted and provided by YouTube LLC, a subsidiary of Google LLC. These embedded videos use iframes, and by interacting with the embedded content, you may be sharing information with YouTube.
If you have any questions or concerns about our use of embedded YouTube videos, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Embedded Prezi Presentations
Our website includes embedded Prezi presentations, which are hosted and provided by Prezi Inc. These embedded presentations use iframes, and by interacting with the embedded content, you may be sharing information with Prezi.
If you have any questions or concerns about our use of embedded Prezi presentations, please contact us at email@example.com.
To make it short: all power to you! If you want me to eradicate any of your personal information once provided to me, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I will get rid of it – digitally as well as erasing it from my organic tissue memory.
There is just one minor exception: when this information is required for any legal matters, I will have to keep it until these are settled. For more information on your rights according to the GDPR, please visit: https://gdpr-info.eu/chapter‑3/