This privacy policy shall inform the users of this website on the type, extent and purpose of the collec­tion and use of perso­nal data by the pro et con Innova­tive Infor­ma­tik­an­wen­dun­gen GmbH website owner. We take your data privacy very seriously and treat your perso­nal data confi­den­ti­ally and in accordance with legal provisions.

New techno­lo­gies and the constant further develo­p­ment of this website can cause modifi­ca­ti­ons to this privacy policy. We there­fore recom­mend that the users of the website regularly inform themsel­ves about the content of the privacy policy.

Defini­ti­ons of the terms used (e.g. “perso­nal data” or “proces­sing”) can be found in Article 4 of the General Data Protec­tion Regula­tion (GDPR).


The respon­si­ble autho­rity for data proces­sing on this website is:

pro et con Innova­tive Infor­ma­tik­an­wen­dun­gen GmbH
Reichen­hai­ner Straße 29a
09126 Chemnitz

Phone: +49 371 270951–0
Fax: +49 371 270951–29

CEO: Prof. Dr. Uwe Kaiser


We and/or the website provi­der (goneo Inter­net GmbH) collect data on access to the website and store them as “server log files” on the server of the website. This is not a speci­fic function of the website. The logged data include name of the visited website, date and time of the visit/request, calling status code, amount of trans­mit­ted data, “refer­rer URL” (page from which the visitor acces­sed the page reques­ted) and techni­cal data such as browser version, opera­ting system version and IP address.

Article 6(1) point (f) of the GDPR forms the basis for data proces­sing. Data are saved for safety reasons (e.g. for clari­fi­ca­tion of cases of abuse or fraud). In addition, the collec­ted data are used for statis­ti­cal purpo­ses and will not be merged with other data sources.


We collect and process your perso­nal data only if this is permit­ted within the legal limits or you agree with data collec­tion. Perso­nal data mean any infor­ma­tion that may be used to identify your person and that could be traced back to you – for example, your name, email address or phone number.

Automa­ti­cally collec­ted data

This website can also be visited without giving any infor­ma­tion about yourself. When you visit our website, the website provi­der automa­ti­cally stores (without perso­nal reference) your access data to this website (see section “Access data”).

Handling of contact data that is volun­ta­rily provided

Further perso­nal data are collec­ted only when you provide such to us volun­ta­rily. If you contact us as website owner by the offered contact oppor­tu­nities (e.g. email), your infor­ma­tion will be stored so that it can be refer­red to for proces­sing and respon­ding to your inquiry and, if necessary, for clari­fy­ing follow-up questi­ons. This infor­ma­tion is not passed on to third parties without your consent.

Proces­sing of data given by email is made exclu­si­vely on the basis of your consent (accord­ing to Article 6(1) point (a) GDPR). You can revoke this consent at any time by infor­mal notifi­ca­tion per email (see section “Right of revocation”).

Your contact details will be kept by us until you advise us to erase them (see section “Erasure of data”), revoke your consent for storing or until there is no longer a need for data storage. Legal storage and reten­tion periods remain unaffec­ted. Your perso­nal data are used only for the purpose for which you provi­ded them.

Accord­ing to Article 6(1) point (b) GDPR, perso­nal data are proces­sed only based on the legiti­mate interest to fulfill a contract or to take pre-contrac­­tual measures.


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Right of access, recti­fi­ca­tion, erasure

Accord­ing to Article 15 GDPR, as user, you have the right to receive free infor­ma­tion about which perso­nal data were stored about you. In addition, you have the right of comple­tion of incom­plete data and recti­fi­ca­tion of incor­rect data (accord­ing to Article 16 GDPR). You have also the right to restric­tion of proces­sing (accord­ing to Article 18 GDPR) or erasure (accord­ing to Article 17 GDPR) of your perso­nal data. Further­more, if appli­ca­ble, you can assert your right to data porta­bi­lity (accord­ing to Article 20 GDPR).

Erasure of data

Unless your request does not collide with a statu­tory obliga­tion to store data, you have the right to erasure of your data. Data stored by us are erased when no longer needed for their purpose and legal storage periods do not exist. If erasure is not possi­ble because the data are requi­red for autho­ri­sed statu­tory purpo­ses, data proces­sing will be limited. In this case, the data are blocked and not proces­sed for other purposes.

Right of revocation

Accord­ing Article 7 GDPR, you have the right to revoke your issued consent at any time. Legality of the data proces­sing based on the consent until revoca­tion is not affected.

Right of objection

Accord­ing to Article 21 GDPR, users of this website can make use of their right of objec­tion and object to the proces­sing of their perso­nal data at any time.

Right to lodge a complaint

If you believe that your data were unlaw­fully proces­sed, accord­ing to Article 77 GDPR you may file a complaint to the compe­tent super­vi­sory authority.

Should you wish to rectify, block, erase or obtain infor­ma­tion on the perso­nal data stored about you, revoke an issued consent or if you have any questi­ons regar­ding the collec­tion, proces­sing or use of your perso­nal data, please feel free to contact us at the following email address:


To protect your data trans­mit­ted in the best possi­ble way, we use SSL encryp­tion on the website. Encryp­ted connec­tions are recognis­able by the prefix “https://” in the address line of your browser.