Data protection provisions
The camping company, Machtolsheim/Alb mbH & Co.KG, takes protecting your private and personal data very seriously. We process personally-identifiable data in accordance with the respectively applicable statutory provisions on data protection.
If you do not wish to send us any data via the Internet, you can also send your queries and wishes via letter or fax.
1. Data storage
We have to store certain data for the purposes of executing your reservation. These shall initially be your registration details (date, time, address details, telephone, email address). For reasons of security, we also save the IP address used when you registered. Your email address and telephone number will be used for transmitting the reservation confirmation, our T&Cs and other information which concerns your reservation or our T&Cs. Any other use of your address data is restricted to sending an email newsletter as well as periodic information on offers from the Machtolsheim/Alb mbH & Co.KG campsite company. The email newsletter contains the option of removing oneself from the mailing list. You simply have to click on ‘Unsubscribe’.
2. Dissemination of data
Personally-identifiable data will generally not be passed onto third parties. Only those informed of the statutory provisions of data protection and obligated to comply therewith in accordance with the statutory provisions will have access to personally-identifiable data Access to data by the same such individuals will only occur to the extent required for executing the contractual relationship.
3. Right to object
In accordance with the German Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG), you have the right, under certain circumstances, to request corrections be made to the data saved in our databases, as well as request that it be blocked and deleted. In any case, you have the right to request information. Please contact us if you have any questions.
4. Admissibility of data processing and use
Pursuant to the German Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG), the processing and use of data is allowed if the BDSG or other legal regulations permit such processing/use, or if the affected person has given their consent thereto. The BDSG always permits the processing and use of data if it is performed within the context of the purpose of the contract or a similar relationship of trust. Data processing is also permitted in so far as it is necessary to protect legitimate interests of the saving/storing party, or third party, e.g. such as a receiver, and in so far as there is no reason to believe that the legitimate interests of the affected individual outweighs the exclusion of data processing or use, or if said individual has such a legitimate interest.