Information notice pursuant to Art. 13 GDPR
sieger design GmbH & Co. KG
Managing director: Christian Sieger
Phone +49 5426 9492-20
Data protection officer
Mr. Florian Schirm
Great Oak Datenschutz GmbH & Co. KG
Phone +49 381 367 6819 0 or +49 2985 99 99 69 0
Fax +49 381 367 6819 3
Purpose of processing
To share information about our activities and new products, to send invitations to trade fairs and events, to send greeting cards
Legal foundation of processing
Information, documents and event announcements are sent in order to lay the ground for new business relationships, to initiate potential collaborations and to make product recommendations.
Information, documents and event announcements are sent in order to share suggested content for print and digital media publications and to initiate/maintain an exchange of other information and ideas.
Categories of personal data
For the purposes of sending communications, we store any contact details that we have (title, first name, surname, postal address, email address) and other organisational information in our database.
As we use the software of rapidmail (see recipients of data) for the purposes of sending digital communications, data relating to specific individuals are collected, whether emails are marked as spam, opening and click rates for each recipient including precise times, and unsubscriptions. Clicked links (click map), country of origin and the devices and email clients that users use are analysed in anonymised form.
Recipients of data
For the purposes of sending communications, your required contact details and organisational details are – in individual cases – shared with a service contractor (LUC GmbH, Ludgeristr. 13, 59379 Selm), who provides print and technical support for our postal mailings.
Additional information for online mailings:
For the purposes of sending digital communications, we work with our partner company rapidmail GmbH, Augustinerplatz 2, 79098 Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany, whose software is used for technical implementation of email delivery and for logging of data. Furthermore, it may be accessed by the data processor we have contracted to manage the hosting, operation and development of this website and the sieger design newsletters – incognito GmbH & Co. KG, Peter Camps, Dortmunder Straße 47, 48155 Münster, Germany.
In individual cases, your contact details and organisational details are shared with an external contractor (Ingo Haves, chief executive of TimeCoast Communications, Münster), who provides technical support for our digital mailings.
For the duration of the mutual exchange of information/collaboration or until you let us know you do not wish to receive further communications from us.
Rights of data subjects
As a data subject, you can exercise the following data protection rights free of charge:
a) You have the right to withdraw your consent at any time (right of withdrawal).
b) You can, at any time, request access to all data relating to you that we have stored (right of access).
c) You can, at any time, request the erasure of data, provided that we are not legally or contractually obliged to retain it (right to erasure).
d) You can, at any time, request that the scope of data processing be restricted to certain areas (right to restriction of processing).
e) You can object at any time, on grounds relating to your particular situation, to the processing of your data for reasons of public interest or the processor’s legitimate interests (right to object).
f) You have the right to demand at any time that inaccurate data concerning you be rectified (right to rectification).
g) You have the right to receive the personal data concerning you in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format or to have this data transmitted to another controller (right to data portability).
Consequences if data is not supplied
Unless we can contact you, it is not possible for us to share information about our activities and new products, to send invitations to trade fairs and events or to send greeting cards.
Right of appeal
Everyone affected by data processing has the right to appeal to their country’s data protection regulator or the regulator responsible for the organisation processing their data.