Thank you for visiting our website. Below please find information about our online data privacy principles. The protection of your privacy is of fundamental importance for our company. The observing of statutory data privacy regulations therefore is a matter of course for us.
It is up to you to decide which information you wish to entrust us with while visiting our website. All the public web pages of Knaus Tabbert GmbH (KT) can be navigated anonymously. We only collect statistical, non‐traceable data to improve our internet presence. We do not gather any additional personal data, except if you give us your consent, or provide such data voluntarily, e. g. when requesting a catalog.
For example, when ordering a catalog simply let us know how you wish to be contacted:
A) Only send catalog: The data necessary for catalog order processing are saved, processed, evaluated, and forwarded to the catalog service provider. After successful delivery your data will be deleted if you have not agreed to a further use.
B) Trading partner: In addition to point A you agree to be personally contacted by one of our authorised dealers in your vicinity. For this purpose your data will be saved and forwarded to authorised dealers in your vicinity.
C) Additional information: In addition to point A and B, you also would like to receive further information about new products, events, sweepstakes, trade fairs, and other subjects by mail or newsletter. For this purpose your data until revocation will be saved, processed, evaluated, and if necessary forwarded to our contract partners for providing the respective service.
We gather and evaluate various data to improve the accessibility and efficiency of our internet presence. For this purpose we, where appropriate, automatically send you small files, so‐called cookies, which provide us with information about the number of visitors of each individual web page, about the visit duration, search terms usreed, and navigation paths. Data about internet provider, browser type, and access date and time also are gathered. These data exclusively are used for internal statistics purposes and have no personal reference.
If within this internet presence you navigate to pages and files and are prompted to enter personal data, we inform you about the unsecure transmission of such data through the internet, and that unauthorised persons may take note of or even falsify such data.
This data privacy statement does not refer to the contents of other web pages to which you may navigate by way of links. We assume no liability for this.
If you should have any questions or comments on data privacy, or if for the future you wish to revoke your consent to the corresponding use of your personal data, please send an e‐mail to:
or write to the following address:
Knaus Tabbert GmbH
Using the Google „+1‟ button
These web pages use the „+1‟ button of the Google Plus social network of Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, California, 94043 USA (hereinafter referred to as „Google‟). If on our website you open one of the pages that feature the „+1‟ button, a connection to Google’s servers will be established and the button will be shown on the page by way of information to your browser. The information about which of our web pages you have visited is thus sent to the Google server.
The „+1‟ button is not used to record your internet visits. When the „+1‟ button is displayed, Google does not permanently record your browser history and also does not otherwise evaluate your visit to a page with the „+1‟ button. For system maintenance and bugfixing purposes Google stores data about your visit for approximately two weeks. These data, however, are not structured by individual profiles, user names, or URLs, and also are not forwarded to us. If you are logged in with Google Plus and click on the „+1‟ button, Google records information about your Google profile, the URL you have recommended, your IP address, and other browser‐related information.
If you revoke your +1, this information will be deleted. If in the Google Plus settings you have made your profile publicly accessible, Google may show your „+1‟ as infos together with your profile name and your photograph in Google services, e. g. in search results, or in your Google profile, or at other places on websites and ads on the internet. If you do not want Google to record and use your data in the above‐described manner, you must log out from Google Plus before you visit our page.
Our website uses social plugins („plugins‟) of the facebook. com social network that is operated by Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA („Facebook‟). These plugins can be identified by the Facebook logos (white „f‟ on a blue tile, or „thumbs up‟ icon) or are marked with the „Facebook Social Plugin‟ info. For a list of and information about Facebook social plugins please visit: developers.facebook.com/plugins.
If on our website you open a page that contains such a plugin, your browser will establish a direct connection to the servers of Facebook. The contents of the plugin is transmitted from Facebook directly to your browser, which integrates it in the web page. We therefore have no influence on the extent of data that Facebook gathers with this plugin, and we therefore provide this information to you according to our knowledge:
With the integration of the plugin Facebook will be informed that you have visited the respective page of our website. If you are logged in with Facebook, Facebook can link this visit with your Facebook account. If you interact with the plugins, e. g. if you click on the Like button, or if you give a comment, your browser will send the corresponding information directly to Facebook, where the information will be stored. If you are not a member of Facebook, it is still possible that Facebook learns about your IP address and stores this information.
If you are a Facebook member and you do not want that Facebook collects data about you from our website and links these data with your Facebook member data, you must log out from Facebook before you visit our website.
It is also possible to use add‐ons for your browser to block Facebook social plugins, e. g. with the „Facebook Blocker‟ add‐on.