Saving access data
Access data is saved in a log file on our server every time a user accesses a page on the IWAKI Europe GmbH website and every time a file is called up.
Each data set for a request consists of:
- • the original link the request came from
- • the file name
- • the date and time of the request
- • the amount of data transferred
- • the access status (file transferred, file not found etc.)
- • the results of the web browser type query
- • the IP address of the person making the request
The saved data is only analysed for statistical purposes. It is not forwarded to third parties either for commercial or non-commercial purposes.
Analysing accesses using Matomo
Using personal data
Personal data is only collected if users provide this voluntarily, e.g. when registering, by filling in forms or by ordering information material. IWAKI Europe GmbH uses this data to answer queries and to inform users of the company's offers and services in future. It is not forwarded to third parties either for commercial or non-commercial purposes.
Users are entitled to obtain information about the personal data stored about them free of charge on request. In accordance with statutory regulations they are also entitled to correct, block and delete this personal data.
By using our website and entering your personal data voluntarily, e.g. on our online registration form, you agree to the data being used for the specified purposes. Your personal data will not be processed further or passed on to third parties without your consent.
IWAKI uses up-to-date technical security measures to protect the data provided from accidental or deliberate manipulation, loss, destruction or access by unauthorised parties. When personal data is collected and processed the information is transferred in encrypted form.
Cookies are small text files that are transferred to your computer together with the actually requested data from the Internet. This data is saved there and is available for calling up later.
In addition, another cookie stores the log in information allocated to you (user name, user rights and the validity of the session) for access control purposes. You can look on this as spare log in information. Instead of you having to enter your log in information again the cookie, if available, is queried by the server and accepted as proof of identity.
Cookies are only valid for your visit to our portal. When you close the browser they are only deleted in accordance with your personal settings. There is no link to your personal data
Most browsers are set in such a way that they accept cookies automatically. You can, however, disable the saving of cookies or set you browser in such a way that it informs you as soon as cookies are set.
IWAKI Europe GmbH - Disclaimer
Content of the online offer
IWAKI Europe GmbH assumes no liability for the information provided being up-to-date, accurate, complete or of a certain quality. Liability claims against IWAKI Europe GmbH relating to material or non-material damage caused by the use or non-use of the information provided or by the use of incorrect or incomplete information are categorically excluded if there is demonstrably no malice aforethought or gross negligence on the part of IWAKI Europe GmbH.
All quotations are subject to change and non-binding. IWAKI Europe GmbH expressly reserves the right to change, amend, delete parts of the site or the whole website without separate notifications or to stop publication temporarily or permanently.
Links to other website
The website contains links to other websites. We have no influence on whether the operators of other websites comply with data protection regulations.
IWAKI, the supplier, is responsible for its own content in accordance with general legislation. For example, links to content provided by other suppliers must be differentiated from this in-house content. IWAKI assumes no liability for external content provided for use via links and marked specifically and does not adopt this content as its own. The provider of the website referred to alone is liable for illegal, incorrect or incomplete content and for damages arising from the use or non-use of the information. The editorial team is only responsible for external information if they are positively aware of it, i.e. even possibly illegal or criminal content and it is technically possible and reasonable to prevent it being used.