Privacy Policy & Cookie Notice

Privacy Policy

This privacy notice will help you to understand what personal data we collect about you, how we use this personal data, and what rights you have regarding your personal data.

Personal data is any information that can be used to identify a living individual, either on its own, or in combination with other pieces of data. Examples of personal data includes your name and address.

This notice applies to individual persons.


Our privacy policy is structured as follows:

  1. The data controller
  2. Your rights
  3. The details of data processing
  4. Cookies

1. The data controller

We (as the “data controller”) are responsible for this website:

Ákos Süle, LL.M. (Berlin)

Rungestr. 25

10179 Berlin



2.Your rights

You have the following rights regarding your personal data:

  • you have the right to request access to your data
  • you have the right to correct your data if it is incorrect
  • you have the right to object to your data being processed

3. Information about the data processing

Your personal data is not used in any automated decision making (a decision made solely by automated means without any human involvement) or profiling (automated processing of personal data to evaluate certain conditions about an individual).

We will process your personal data for the purpose for which we collected it. If we process your personal data for another purpose that we reasonably consider to be compatible with the original purpose, we will notify you and explain the legal basis which allows us to do so.

Please note that we might process your personal data without your knowledge or consent, in compliance with the above rules where this is required or permitted by law.

Server data

The server log files record the type and version of your browser, operating system, the website from which you came (referrer URL), the webpages on our site visited, the date and time of your visit, as well as the IP address from which you visited our site.

The data thus collected will be temporarily stored. The basis for this storage is Art. 6 (1) f) GDPR. Our legitimate interest lies in the improvement, stability, functionality, and security of our website.

The personal data will be deleted regularly, unless continued storage is required for evidentiary purposes, when it will be kept until the investigation of the relevant incident is resolved.

Order processing

The legal basis for data processing under Article 6 GDPR consists of contractual performance, fulfilment of a statutory obligation, your prior consent or our prevailing legitimate interests, which may also include processing for other purposes.

After your order has been completed, your personal data will be deleted, but only after the retention period(s) required by applicable laws.

In order to process your order, we will share your data with the shipping company if any and/or with the payment service provider to the extent required to process your payment. The legal basis for the transfer of this data is Art. 6 (1) b) GDPR.


If you contact us via email or the contact form, the data you provide will be used for the purpose of processing your request. We must have this data in order to process and answer your inquiry; otherwise we will not be able to answer it in full or at all. The legal basis for this data processing is Art. 6 (1) b) GDPR.

Your data will be deleted after six months after we have fully answered your inquiry unless there is a legal obligation to store your data.

4. Cookies

Cookies are created when you visit a website or use an app. They are basically small text files that are stored on your device and customise your experience. That file may store some info about your preferences based on anything you set last time you visited us. We also use cookies for other reasons, like advertising and marketing, experimenting with different layouts on the website, measuring your visits to the site and understanding your preferences. This means we can show you personalised advertising, offers and content that are just for you. When you create or log in to an online account, you agree to a cookie banner which provides a link to this notice. Otherwise, by continuing to use our websites, content, products or services, you agree to the use of cookies as described in this notice. Cookies are an important part of the internet. They make using devices and accessing online information much smoother and affect lots of the useful features of websites. There are many different uses for cookies, but they fall into four main groups.

  • Cookies that are needed to provide the content, product or service you have asked for Some cookies are essential to help your devices download or stream the information, or so you can move around websites and use their features. Without these cookies, content, products or services you’ve asked for can’t be provided. Here are some examples of essential cookies: Positioning information on a smartphone screen, tablet device or other screen so that you can see the website and use its functionality. Keeping you logged in during your visit or enabling you to stream content. Without cookies, you might have to log in on every website you visit, or repeatedly adjust your volume and viewing settings. When you add something to the online shopping basket, cookies make sure it’s still there when you get to the checkout. Some are session cookies which make it possible to navigate through the website smoothly.
  • Improving your browsing experience Cookies allow the application or website to remember choices you make, such as your language or region, and they provide improved features. Here are a few examples of some of the ways that cookies are used to improve your experience on our applications and websites: Remembering your preferences and settings, including marketing preferences, such as choosing whether you wish to receive marketing information. Remembering if you’ve filled in a survey, so you’re not asked to do it again. Remembering if you’ve been to the application or website before.Restricting the number of times you’re shown a particular online advertisement. This is sometimes called ‘frequency capping’.Showing you information that’s relevant to content, products or services that you receive.Giving you access to content provided by social-media sites like Facebook or Twitter. Showing ‘related article’ links that are relevant to the information you’re looking at. Remembering an application or website you’ve entered, such as weather forecasts.
  • Analytics: We like to keep track of what websites, information and links are popular and which ones don’t get used so much, to help us keep our information relevant and up to date. It’s also very useful to be able to identify trends of how people navigate (find their way through) our information and when and where ‘error messages’ may originate. This group of cookies, often called ‘analytics cookies’, are used to gather this information. The information collected is grouped with the information from everyone else’s cookies. We can then see the overall patterns of usage rather than any one person’s activity. Analytics cookies are used to improve how an application, a website and its pages work. Our applications, web locations, websites and communications you get from us contain small invisible images known as ‘web beacons’ or ‘ pixels’. These are used to manage the interaction between you and the online information or email and allow us to assess the effectiveness of the communication.
  • Affiliate cookies: We use ‘affiliate’ cookies. Some of our web based information will contain promotional links to other companies’ sites. If you follow one of these links and then register with or buy something from that other site, a cookie is used to tell the other site that you came from one of our sites. That other site may then pay us a small amount for the successful referral. For more information, see the Internet Advertising Bureau’s guide about how affiliate marketing works. Note that when you visit those other companies’ sites, they will have their own privacy notices which set out what personal data they collect and how they will use it.

Updated: 1 June 2020