1.2 Personal information / in detail Anonymous data collection You may, as a matter of principle, visit the general non-member sections of the Aspria websites without telling us who you are. We are notified merely of the name of your Internet Service Provider, the website from which you accessed our site and which of our website pages you visit. This information is evaluated for statistical purposes. Your anonymity as an individual user is preserved. Collection and processing of personal data Personal details are only collected if you provide them to us, such as to execute a contract, in response to a survey or when registering for personalised services. Your data is processed within the Federal Republic of Germany. Use and distribution of personal data Without your consent to other use, the personal data collected on the websites of Aspria will be used only for contract execution and handling of your enquiries. Additionally, if you have given your consent, your data will also be used for promotional and market research purposes and for the design of needs-oriented electronic services from Aspria. Any use of personal data for the delivery of tailored promotional offers will also be made only if you have given your consent. You can of course withdraw your consent at any time with immediate effect but subject to a reasonable delay related to the removal of your details from our system. You can obtain information on your data, and submit any suggestions you may have, to the following email address or the postal address firstname.lastname@example.org
1.4 Additional, automatically collected information In some cases, we can automatically collect technical information (ie without registration) when you access our website; it is not possible to identify individuals on the basis of this information. This information could include for example: the type of internet browser you use, the type of operating system you have installed and the domain name of the website you visited previously.
1.6 Pixel tags This site can use so-called pixel tags, web beacons, clear GIFs or similar instruments (collectively described as pixel tags in the following paragraph), to measure use of the website and reply rates and to produce statistics. Pixel tags allow us to count how many users visit specific subsites of the website, to create services characteristic of our brand and to help us determine the effectiveness of our advertising effort. Using an email programme in HTML format, pixel tags can inform the sender whether and when an email was opened.