Data Protection

Welcome to our web site and thank you for your interest in our company. We want you to feel comfortable using our Internet site, so we have outlined below how we handle your personal information, how we treat the access data and what security measures we have in place for your protection. In addition, we wish to inform you about your legal rights with respect to the processing of this information. 

Storage of access data

Whenever a user visits one of our web pages, and every time a file is called up, PULS GmbH receives process-related access data, which is stored in a log file on our server. The data record comprises: 

  • the web 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 status of the access request (file transferred, file not found, etc.)
  • the web browser used to access the site
  • the client IP address

The stored data is used exclusively for statistical purposes. It is not passed on to third parties, nor is it used for either commercial or non-commercial purposes. Wherever there is a provision for entering personal or business-related data (e-mail addresses, names, addresses) on the web site, the user divulges this information on a strictly voluntary basis. Here too, your personal information is treated confidentially and never passed on to third parties. Users also have the right to receive information about their stored personal information, free of charge. You also have the legal right to amend, block the usage of or delete your personal data.

Cookies

Our website makes use of Cookies in order to create a more user friendly, more effective, and more secure web space. Cookies are small packets of data which are saved to your local browser as you use our site.

With these Cookies, we are able to make analyses of how users take advantage of our site, and therefore adjust what our website content in order to fit the needs of the user. Furthermore, using Cookies, we have the ability to measure the effectiveness of a particular advertisement and to adjust the position of thematic materials.

The majority of the Cookies we employ are so-called “Session-Cookies”, which are deleted after the user leaves the site.

Most Web-Browsers automatically accept Cookies. You can also adjust the settings of your browser if you would not like the information to be sent. With Cookies deactivated it is still possible to use our website without restriction. (With the exception of a change in configuration)

Google Analytics

This website uses Google Analytics, web analysation software from Google Inc. Google Analytics uses Cookies, which are saved to your computer and enable an analysis of the use of the website. Information recovered from Cookies through your use of the website is generally transferred to Google servers in the USA. In the event of IP-anonymity, your IP-address, inside of the EU or countries in Agreement with the European economic area, will be shortened or completely withheld from Google. Only in few exceptions will the full IP-address be given to google and there shortened. This information is appointed to google by PULS, in order to measure the use of the website, to collect reports of website activity, and to provide further service for the use of the website. The IP-addresses within the scope of Google analytics will not be combined with other Google data. You can disable the use of Cookies using the appropriate settings in your browser; we do not however suggest doing this as it will hinder the user-functionality of the website. Furthermore, you can halt Google’s collecting and processing of Cookies by clicking on the following link and downloading and installing the available Browser-Add-On. The Link is tools.google.com.

Should your Browser not be compatible with the Google Add-On (i.e. if you are on a mobile browser), you can still cancel the acquisition of data by Google Analytics. Simply click on the following link in order to establish the Opt-Out-Cookie and halt any future collection of data during the use of this website. Deactivate Google Analytics.

Links to other web sites

Our web site contains links to other web sites. We have no control over the privacy policies of third-party web site operators. PULS GmbH is responsible for its own content as offered on its web site in accordance with general statutory obligations. A distinction must be made between the company's own content and that which may be offered via links to third parties. PULS GmbH accepts no responsibility for third-party content that is made available through clearly identified links from our web site, nor do we accept the content as our own. The owner of the linked third-party web site is solely responsible for any illegal, erroneous or incomplete content, as well as for any damages that relate to the use or nonuse of such information. The editorial department will only accept responsibility for third-party information if it has express knowledge of the alleged illegal or punishable content and it is technically feasible and reasonable to prevent its use.