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Downpass e. V.
Thomas-Mann-Str. 9
55122 Mainz
GERMANY

Phone: +49 6131 / 588 560
Fax: +49 6131 / 588 5615

E-Mail: infoatdownpass.com
Homepage: www.downpass.com

AG Mainz VR 40842 / Register no. 40842

Represented by the executive board, Thomas-Mann-Str. 9, 55122 Mainz: the executive board is made up of Chairman Dr Günter Schulz and Member of the Board Dr Juliane Hedderich. Each board member has the authority to act individually.

VAT no.: DE278045954

Service provider in accordance with Section 5 TMG (German Telemedia Act): Downpass e.V., Thomas-Mann-Straße 9, 55122 Mainz

Person responsible for content according to Section 55 Para. 2 of the MDStV (German Media Services Treaty): Dr Juliane Hedderich, Thomas-Mann-Straße 9, 55122 Mainz

 


Legal notices

Liability notice
In spite of careful monitoring of content, we assume no liability for the accuracy, completeness and up-to-dateness of the content on this website, as well as for the content of external links, over which we naturally have no influence on. The operators of all linked pages are the sole parties responsible for their content. When you are taken to another service provider's website via a link, this will be indicated by the opening of a new tab in your browser or new browser window. If we become aware of any breach of the law, these links will be removed.

Data security
Downpass e.V. would like to thank you for visiting this website and for your interest in our products. We take the protection of your personal data seriously and want you to feel safe and comfortable when visiting our website. The Federal Data Protection Law and Telemedia Act protects personal data. These are details relating to natural persons. Data pertaining to legal entities are not protected by these provisions. Personal data is information that can be assigned to an individual (e.g. name, telephone number or email address). Information that cannot be directly associated with your actual identity (such as your IP address) is not included.

Data protection notice
We do not collect personal data merely through a visit to our website. You can therefore visit our website without with no obligation to identify yourself. We will only know the name of your Internet service provider and the IP address used to access our site, the website from which you are visiting us and the pages you visit on our site. This information is evaluated for statistical purposes to enable the continuous improvement of our services. As an individual user, you remain anonymous.

Collection and processing of non-personal data
Each time a user accesses our website, i.e. with each request or attempt to retrieve a file on this server, data on this process is stored in a log file. This data is not personally identifiable; therefore, we cannot determine which user has accessed which data.

In specific, the following data is stored concerning each access attempt:

  • IP address from which the visit is made
  • Date/time of visit
  • First line of the HTTP header of the visit
  • Visit status code
  • Size of response in size (minus header)
  • Referrer (Internet page from which the user comes to our website)
  • Your computer's browser software
  • Number of bytes received (including header)
  • Number of bytes sent(including header)

The log files shall be deleted after 30 days.

All of the aforementioned data is processed exclusively for statistical purposes. We use this data to improve our website experience for you.

Collection, use and disclosure of personal data and specification of purpose
Personally identifiable data is only collected if you provide such details, for instance, via an email enquiry or the contact web page. All personal data collected on our website will be gathered, processed and used only for the purpose of providing you with the services requested and to process your enquiries, in accordance with the valid legal provisions on personal data protection. In the course of processing your requests and your use of our services, we use other service providers (e.g. letter or parcel delivery). The service providers are contractually obliged to comply with data protection legislation.