In the following we would like to inform you which of your personal data is inquired and stored at Hosieria and how we deal with the data.
We ask you to read these references to the data privacy regularly since they can change every now and then.
Protection of data privacy
We strive to place most of our services so that you can use them anonymously. The personal data are used only with prior consent given by you. You have the possibility to recall a given consent at any time. Without your explicit agreement we do not pass on personal data, unless we are legally obligated.
Personal data is that information, which makes an identification of a person possible. That means in particular the name, the date of birth and the address. Anonymous data are for example information about your preferences or the like. The evaluation of these data cannot be attributed to your person, but helps us to determine the habits of our users, to make our offers user-friendly, as well as helps us to adapt to the desires and needs of our customers.
Which data are asked?
The questioned data depends on the taken up services. Certain services require a registration. These are for example: username, password, name, first name, phone number, address and E-Mail address. Further data are optional. We will ask you for the indication of partial information. We need the information in order to maintain our current services and be able to offer these services in a more interesting way.
Who collects my data?
Your data communicated on our sides exclusively in our data bases collected, it are referred will become fundamental, you expressly to it. Basically your information given on our website is collected in our data bases, unless it is indicated to you differently.
What do we do with your personal and anonymous data?
In most cases we need your personal data for the accomplishment of the respective services. Apart from the use of personal information, we also collect anonymous data while you visit our sites. The information is helpful for marketing purposes and for the improvement of offered services. Thus it is possible for us to offer many of our services free of charge.
Do I have influence on the use of my data?
Do you pass my data on to a third party?
We do not sell and lend user information. As far as a transmission of your data is necessary for making a service available, this takes place only with your agreement. Only in exceptional cases the claiming of services depends on the transmission of your data to our partner companies. In these cases you are informed and can select whether you enable data to be circulated or you do not. Occasionally we are asked to publish the identity of our users by private people. We reveal the personal data of our users only if we are legally obligated. That is the case if state institutions (e.g. prosecution authorities) ask for information or we have a warrant. Incidentally we protect the privacy of your identity.
Utilisation of Facebook Social Plugins
For our internet presence we utilise Social Plugins (“Plugins”) by the social network of facebook.com which is operated by Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA („Facebook“). These plugins are either to be recognised by one of the Facebook logos (a white „f“ on a blue square or the „thumb up“ sign) or are marked as “Facebook Social Plugin”.
To view the different Facebook Social Plugins please click here:
If you visit one of our websites in regard to our internet presence, which includes one of these plugins, your browser will directly connect you to the Facebook servers. The content of the plugin will directly be transmitted to your browser and be incorporated to the website. Consequently, we cannot monitor the extent of data which will be collected by Facebook by use of these plugins and advise you accordingly to our state of knowledge.
By the incorporation of plugins, facebook obtains the information on your accessing the corresponding site of our internet presence. If you are logged into Facebook, Facebook can allocate your visit to your Facebook account. If you interact with plugins, for instance by using the Like Button or by commenting, the corresponding information will be transmitted by your browser to Facebook and stored. Your IP-address may possibly be stored even though you are not a member of Facebook.
For further information on use, extent, processing and utilisation of your data by Facebook, your rights and setting options for the protection of your private sphere, please view the Facebook guidelines for data protection:
If you are a Facebook member but do not want Facebook to collect parts of your data by our Internet presence and link them to your stored membership data, you would need to logout of Facebook before visiting our Internet presence.
In addition, it is possible to block Facebook-Social-Plugins with Add-ons for your browser, for instance by using the “Facebook Blocker“ (http://webgraph.com/resources/facebookblocker).
How can I examine, correct or delete my data?
If you registered for the claiming of services, you will receive a member name and a password. You have access to your data and can update or delete them. Only with charged services we are entitled to accounting purposes to store your data at longer terms.
What are Cookies?
What can you do to keep your data private?
You could possibly communicate about your personal data in the context of different services such as Chat, in the context of an email exchange, or on your own homepage. This kind of transmission does not fall under the preceding references, since this is out of our influence. So please be careful careful with the publication of personal data. Also you should be certain with your choice of passwords. For example, do not use passwords that can be easily brought in connection with your person. Furthermore we also recommend to change the passwords in regular intervals.