Tobacco Journal International
55127 Mainz, Germany
Konradin Selection GmbH
70711 Leinfelden Echterdingen, Germany
Represented by Managing Director Peter Dilger
Konradin Selection GmbH is a subsidiary of Konradin Mediengruppe
Local court: Amtsgericht of Stuttgart/ Registered Office
Court of Justice: HRB 225929
VAT ID no.: DE 811 201 453
Editorial Office: Marc Reisner (phone +49 711 7594 4633, email@example.com).
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Concept and Design
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Online resolution of disputes pursuant to Article 14 of the Regulation (EU) No 524/2013 and consumer resolution of disputes pursuant to § 36 VSBG (German Consumers' Dispute Resolution Act):
The European Commission provides a platform for online resolution of disputes (ODR) which can be found through ec.europa.eu/odr.
Our e-mail address is: email@example.com
We are currently not willing to participate in resolution of disputes proceedings in front of a consumer arbitration board.
Copyright and Trademark Rights
The contents of our web pages, including the texts, images, graphic presentations, audio or video files, are our property – unless expressly noted to the contrary – and may not be reproduced, altered, transferred, reused, provided, exploited, or otherwise utilized for public or commercial purposes without our prior written consent. We would like to point out that a violation of our copyright or other trademark rights can entail civil and/or penal legal consequences.
All data on our website have been carefully scrutinized. We make every effort to constantly expand the information provided and keep it current. However, we cannot guarantee that this information is complete, correct, and absolutely up to date.
The same also applies to all hyperlinked websites. We hereby expressly declare that we distance ourselves in accordance with Judgment 312 O 85/98 on liability for links dated May 12, 1998 of (Landgericht Hamburg (regional court)) from all contents of all links on the following pages and do not accept these contents as our own. A reference in the form of a hyperlink does not represent a recommendation on our part of these websites nor the companies operating them nor their products.
Nor do we have any influence on links to our website set up on web pages of third parties. The existence of such links is not a reference to cooperation with these companies nor a recommendation of their offers.
Liability claims resulting from the use of our website shall be excluded insofar as our actions were not carried out with malice aforethought or through gross negligence. Furthermore, the Tobacco Journal International reserves the right to change or supplement the information provided.
The content and structure of our web pages are protected by copyright. There are no objections to the utilization of the information contained on our web pages for personal purposes. The reproduction of the information or data on our website, in particular utilizing any texts, parts of texts or image material, however, requires the prior consent of the Tobacco Journal International.
Information on Protection of Privacy
Since we have noticed that Internet users are sometimes uncertain and suspicious regarding the fair and legal use of personal data, we would like to make you feel at ease about using our website by telling you what happens to data obtained by Tobacco Journal International and what action we take to ensure that private data are protected. Protecting your personal data and giving them confidential treatment is one of our main concerns.
We use your personal data only to answer your inquiry, process your order, or enable you to access further information or offers. In order for us to meet your demands, it may become necessary to store and process your personal data (last name, first name, address, etc.). In doing so, we follow the principle of data economy by only collecting, saving, processing, and using that information, which fulfills the intended purpose. Please note that not all entries are mandatory. You may rest assured that we compile no user profiles. We additionally collect data on the number of visitors to our web pages. This information allows us to draw conclusions with regard to the general interests and preferences of our visitors. However, these data are not of a personal, but rather only of a statistical nature. Furthermore, we automatically collect and save information conveyed to us by your browser, such as IP addresses. All personal data are treated in accordance with statutory provisions.
We will forward data to subcontractors or associates who require these data in order to render the services you would like to utilize, but only to the extent required. In this case, we obligate our partners to treat the data confidentially in accordance with statutory provisions and to delete them as soon as they are no longer needed. Please understand, however, that we cannot unconditionally oversee adherence to this obligation, so that we cannot assume any liability for possible violations. Moreover, Tobacco Journal International does not give any of the data it collects to third parties; in particular, it does not sell, lease, or trade information.
All data are saved or processed separately, and at no time are they compiled. Tobacco Journal International does not prepare any user profiles. Personal data are kept for a maximum of six months or until the service you desire has been rendered. Of course, you may at any time demand that all or part of your data be deleted. We shall fulfill this wish immediately.
Children should not submit any data to the web pages of the Tobacco Journal International without the consent of their parents or guardians. Tobacco Journal International encourages all parents and guardians to instruct their children concerning how to deal with personal data safely and responsibly. Tobacco Journal International shall in no case deliberately collect personal data from children, nor use them in any other way nor disclose them to third parties.
Tobacco Journal International takes technical and organizational precautions to ensure the security of your personal data. Your data will be conscientiously protected from loss, falsification, and manipulation, as well as from unauthorized access or disclosure. Our security measures are constantly being improved in keeping with technological development on the Internet.
Tobacco Journal International uses SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encoding when transmitting personal data. SSL is particularly well suited for safely connecting one point to another. According to the current state of the art, 128-bit SSL encoding is safe.
Cookies are sometimes used on the web pages of Tobacco Journal International. Using cookies helps to make using the website more effective. A cookie consists of information sent from our web pages to the visitor's browser to be stored on the visitor's system. The cookie is used only to recognize the visitor later. It is possible to set the browser in such a way that users are told when a cookie is received. Then the users can themselves decide whether to accept the cookie or not.
Right to Demand Information
Upon request, we shall inform you in writing, in accordance with currently effective laws, whether, and if so, which of your personal data we have stored. Upon request, we will be happy to put our index of procedures at your disposal, which contains the provisions of § 4e of the Bundesdatenschutzgesetz (Federal Data Protection Act).
Data Protection Official at Tobacco Journal International
70711 Leinfelden Echterdingen, Germany