We solely use your data for your order processing. All customer data is stored according to the regulations of the Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) and the German Teleservices Act (TMG)
The collection and storage of the data remains within the required minimum. The following data is
Name and Address
When you register for our newsletter , we store your e-mail address for use of advertisement and market research. When you no longer wish to receive the newsletter all data will be cancelled.
Information and Revocation of Consent
We want to point out that you have the right to revoke your consent with effect for the future at any time.
You have the right to receive information free-of-charge regarding your stored data such as corrections, closings and deletions also at any time. Please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or a letter to
Studioexpress Vertriebs GmbH
Managing Director: Michael Krause
Im Kazenloch 55
phone: +49 7044 908753
fax: +49 7044 908754
Transfer of Data to third Parties
We don't pass on your personal data including your home address and e-mail address without your explicit consent to third parties. This consent is revocable at any time. Exceptions are our service partners such as freight carriers and banks and only information which is absolutely necessary to carry out the order is being passed on according to the regulations.
What are Cookies and what is their use?
Cookies are text files which are being stored at the user computer when visiting an internet page. Studioexpress Vertriebs GmbH uses so-called „session-cookies“ which are immediately deleted when closing the browser. But these cookies allow you to view your shopping cart during your shopping session thus enabling you to see how many items are in the shopping cart and its actual value.
Are Cookies dangerous?
There is still the rumor spreading that cookies can be dangerous for your computer. But cookies definitely cannot execute the following tasks:
Cookies cannot transfer any viruses
Cookies cannot read any data from hard disk drives
Your e-mail address cannot be found out when using cookies
No e-mails can be sent unnoticed
Cookies cannot be spyed out by other webservers
What is a SSL-enryption?
Studioexpress Vertriebs GmbH needs your personal data for different business proceedings. For example during the login process to your customer center, sensible data has to be transferred to our server. By enrypting the data we make sure that your personal data does not get into false hands by using the SSL method (Secure-Socket-Layer). This is a safe and proven data transfer system in the internet. This SSL method mutilates your data so dramatically before it reaches our server, therefore a third party cannot re-construe the data. This SSL method also ensures that the data is only received by the server which required it.
Use of Facebook Social Plugins
In our internet platform we use social plugins („Plugins“) of the social network Facebook.com. This platform is operated by Facebook, Inc. , 1601 S. California Ave., Palo Alto, CA. 94304, USA („Facebook“) The plugins are recognizable (white „f“ on blue tile or „thumb up“ sign ) or are marked „Facebook Social Plugin“.The list and the look of the Facebook Social Plugins can be viewed here: http://developers.facebook.com/plugins.
When you enter an internet page of our website which has such a plugin, your browser immediately establishes a direct connection with the servers of facebook. The contents of the plugins are directly transferred to your browser and incorporated into the website. We have no knowledge how much data Facebook gathers with the help of this plugin and therefore we cannot give you further information.
Due to the inclusion of the plugins, Facebook receives the appropriate information that you viewed our internet page. If you are logged-in at Facebook then your visit can be correlated with your Facebook account. When you interact with the plugins, for example use the „like button“ or make any comments, then the information is being passed on directly from your browser to Facebook and stored. Even if you are not a member of Facebook, Facebook still has the possibility to find out your IP-address and store it. Purpose and extent of this data storage and use of this data through Facebook, please check the data protection text at Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/policy.php.
This gives you information regarding your rights and possibilities to protect your private sphere. If you are a member of Facebook and you don't want that Facebook collects data when visiting our internet page, then you have to unlog yourself at Facebook prior to entering our internet pages. You also have the possibiliy to block the Facebook-Social-Plugins with Add-ons to your browser, for example with the „Facebook Blocker“.
This website uses Google Analytics, a web analysis service of Google, Inc. („Google“). Google Analytics even uses so called „cookies“, text data, which are stored at your computer, thus enabling them to analyse the use of the website (including your IP-address but with the method anoymizelp() it is being made anonymous and cannot be correlated with a certain account) and then it is being transferred to a Google server in the USA and stored there . Google will use the information in order to evaluate the usage of the website, to establish reports for the maintainer of the site and to render further services in correlation with the website and internet usage. Google will also pass on the information to third parties unless prohibited by law and they will work with the data by order from Google. In no case will Google bring your IP-address in connection with other data from Google. You have the possibility to avoid the installation of the cookies by using an appropriate software in your browser. But we also like to point out that it is possible that you cannot use the full extent of the website. With the use of this website, you declare that you agree with the usage of your data by Google and its purpose as described above. We like to point out that we extended the Website Google Analytics with the code „gat_anonymizelp()*, in order to guarantee an anonymous capture of IP-addresses (so-called IP-masking).
You can contradict the usage of the data through Google-Analytics for the future, by installing a deactivating-add-on in your browser (http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=de)