"Our steady growth is due to the extraordinary performance of our employees!"
Dr. Christophe Campana | CEO | Campana & Schott
The conditions apply to any type of use of the Campana & Schott website. By calling up the website or – when a user account his set up – logging on to the website, the user agrees to these conditions and the data protection regulations.
IF YOU DO NOT FULLY AGREE WITH THESE CONDITIONS, PLEASE EXIT THE WEBSITE.
Unless otherwise indicated in a special sub-section of this website, the website’s entire content is the intellectual property of Campana & Schott. The intellectual property of Campana & Schott may only be used in connection with this website and downloaded onto your own computer. Use of any kind or publication is not permitted.
The subject of this statement is the collection, processing and use of the personal data that Campana & Schott records when a user uses the Campana & Schott website or the personal section thereof.
Campana & Schott collects data when (I) a user account is set up by the user and/or (II) when a user visits or uses the website.
When a user account is set up, data is recorded that (I) is entered in the mandatory fields to identify the user and provide the respective services, as well as (II) data which reveals user interests and behaviour in order to improve website quality and to address users more specifically.
In cases in which the user visits the website or uses it, the following data is recorded: (I) data transmitted by the user’s Internet browser, (II) the user’s IP address, (III) the transmitted Internet address and (IV) the pages called up on the Campana & Schott website. In addition (V) Campany & Schott sets a cookie.
The user has the right to view, correct, amend or delete any of his/her recorded personal data and settings at any time.
Cookies are files that are stored on the PC user’s hard disk to facilitate navigation. These serve to avoid the necessity for reentering all of the required data for each new session. Cookies make it easier to use the available services. The user can prevent cookies from being stored on the hard drive by selecting “never accept cookies” in the browser settings. If you do not accept any cookies, it is possible that, in individual cases, some of the Campana & Schott website functions may be limited.
If cookies are accepted by the user, Campana & Schott records data in the form of cookies on the user’s hard disk and calls up this information during later visits to its website.
This website uses Google Analytics, a Google Inc. (“Google”) web analysis service. Google Analytics uses the Google-Cookies, i.e. text files that are recorded on the user’s computer and enable Campana & Schottt to analyse the use of the website. The information about the use of this website (including the user’s IP address) generated by the cookie is transmitted to a Google server in the USA and stored there. Google uses this information to evaluate website user behaviour, compile reports concerning website activities for Campana & Schott and to provide other services related to website and Internet use. Should the situation arise, Google will also transfer this information to third parties, if this is prescribed by law or third parties are commissioned by Google to process this data. Google will in no case link your IP address to other Google data. It is possible to prevent the installation of cookies by using the respective browser software setting; however, Campana & Schott wishes to point out that website functions may then not be fully available to the user. By using this website, you consent to the processing of data about you by Google in the manner and for the purposes set out above.
These conditions are subject to the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany. The parties agree to submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the German courts. If a part of these conditions becomes null and void, this will have no effect on the validity and suability of the remaining conditions. The section that has become null and void will be replaced by valid and legally binding conditions.