1. General Information
The responsible body for processing personal data:
Annette Gentz Music & Film Arts
Am Kupfergraben 4
Tel: +49 (0)30 240 83 100
1.2. Personal data
The term "personal data" means all information related to an identified or identifiable natural person. Natural persons are considered identifiable if they can be identified directly or indirectly, in particular by linking them to an identifier such as a name, identification number, location data or an online reference number.
1.3 Legal basis for processing personal data
If we obtain consent from the data subject to process personal data, Article 6 (1) (a) GDPR serves as the legal basis.
When processing personal data needed to fulfil a contract with the data subject, Article 6 (1) (b) GDPR also serves as the legal basis in the individual case. The same applies to processing needed to carry out pre-contractual measures.
If vital interests of the data subject or another natural person make it necessary to process personal data, Article 6 (1) (d) GDPR serves as the legal basis.
2. Data processing related to visiting this website
2.1 Data collection
Every time someone accesses our website and retrieves a file, data are temporarily saved in a log file.
Specifically, the following data are stored:
- date and time of retrieval (time stamp) and the IP address of the device or server requesting access
- details of the request and destination (log version, HTTP method, referrer, user agent string)
- name of the file retrieved and amount of data transferred (requested URL and query string, size in bytes)
- whether the request was successful (HTTP status code)
2.2 Session cookies
Session cookies are small units of information which a website provider saves to the random access memory of the visitor’s computer. A session cookie contains a randomly generated, unique identification number, known as a session ID. A cookie also contains information on its origin and how long it may be saved. These cookies are unable to store any other data.
Session cookies are deleted when you end the session, by closing your browser window or leaving the web page.
Every Internet browser can show you when cookies have been stored on your computer and what they contain.
Some cookies are permanent, in order to remember website visitors returning after a long absence. They are stored as text files on the hard drive of the visitor’s computer. We do not use such cookies on our website.
Most browsers accept cookies by default. However, storage of cookies can be disabled, or the browser can be set up to store cookies only for the duration of the individual Internet connection.
3. Processing personal data when you contact us
3.1 Contacting the agency by using the online form
If you use the online form to contactus, you will need to provide your name and e-mail address. Without this information, your message cannot be processed. In addition, the date and time your message was sent will be transmitted to us.
If you send us a message via e-mail or the online form, we will assume that we are authorized to reply via e-mail. If not, please indicate how you wish to communicate with us. The information provided through the contact form is transmitted via an encrypted https connection.
Please note that the data transmitted with the online form and its content (which may also include personal information you provide) will be processed on the basis of Article 6 (1) (a) GDPR for the purpose of responding to your message.
You also agree that your message may be forwarded to third parties if necessary to answer your question.
Your enquiry, which you submitted using the online form, will be processed by our staff, who will store your data to respond to your message.
If you do not consent to the processing of your data, you can cancel the process at any time, and your message will not be submitted.
4. Your rights
You have the following rights vis-à-vis our agency with regard to personal data concerning you:
- Right of access, Article 15 GDPR
This right gives data subjects comprehensive access to data concerning them and to a few other key criteria, such as the purpose of processing or the length of storage. Exceptions to this right are governed by Section 34 BDSG.
- Right to rectification, Article 16 GDPR
This right enables data subjects to have inaccurate personal data concerning them to be corrected.
- Right to erasure, Article 17 GDPR
This right enables data subjects to have the controller delete personal data concerning them. However, such data may be deleted only if they are no longer needed, if they were processed unlawfully or if consent covering their processing has been withdrawn. Exceptions to this right are governed by Section 35 BDSG.
- Right to restriction of processing, Article 18 GDPR
This right enables data subjects to temporarily prevent further processing of personal data concerning them. Such a restriction is used above all when data subjects are examining whether to claim other rights.
- Right to object, Article 21 GDPR
This right enables data subjects to object in a special situation to further processing of personal data concerning them if such processing is justified by the performance of public tasks or by public or private interests. Exceptions to this right are governed by Section 36 BDSG.
- Right to data portability, Article 20 GDPR
This right enables data subjects to receive the personal data concerning them in a commonly used and machine-readable format from the controller and to transmit those data to another controller. According to Article 20 (3), second sentence of the GDPR, this right does not apply if the data processing is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest.
- Right to withdraw consent, Articles 13 and 14 GDPR
If the personal data are processed on the basis of consent, data subjects can withdraw their consent at any time for the purpose in question. The lawfulness of processing on the basis of the consent provided remains unaffected until notification has been received that consent has been withdrawn.