The Talent Draft Team is pleased that you are visiting our Website. It is of great concern to us that your personal data are protected when they are processed and we want you to feel safe and secure while you are browsing through our Internet pages. We would now like to explain which information we collect at Talent Draft when you visit our Website and how this information is used.
Personal data means any information concerning the personal or material circumstances of an identified or identifiable individual. This includes information such as your correct first and last name, your address, your telephone number and your e -mail address. Information not directly connected with your real identity – such as favorite Web pages or the number of users on a site – is not personal data.
Collecting and Processing Personal Data
When you visit our Website, the communication data of the requesting computer, the Web pages you visit on our site, the date and the duration of the visit, the data identifying the type of browser and operating system used, and the Website from which you visit us are temporarily stored for the purposes of system security. Personal details over and above this, such as your name, your address, telephone number or e-mail address, are not captured, unless you give this information of you own free will, e.g. when you wish to register, as part of a survey or a competition, to arrange a contract, or you request information.
Using, Disclosing and Distributing Personal Data
If you have provided us with any personal data we only use these data for technical administration of our Web pages and to respond to your wishes and requests, which as a rule means to process any contract concluded with you or to reply to any queries you may have. Only if you have given us your consent beforehand or if you – subject to it being provided for under statutory regulations – have not raised an objection, do we also use these data for product-related surveys and for purposes of marketing. Your personal data are not disclosed, distributed, sold or communicated in any other way to third parties unless it is necessary in order to fulfill a contract or you have given your express consent.
NEXPOTENTIAL takes all the necessary technical and organizational security measures to protect your personal data against loss and misuse. Your data are stored in a secure operating environment for example, which the public cannot access. If you wish to contact the Talent Draft Team by e-mail, we would draw your attention to the fact that the confidentiality of the information transmitted cannot be guaranteed. Third parties can view the contents of e-mails. We therefore recommend that you send us confidential information only by post.
We make information available on our Web site which we regularly and carefully select and check. However, we expressly point out that we do not assume any warranties for the correctness and completeness or up to datedness of the information offered here. This applies in particular to any links on the site; we cannot accept any responsibility for their content.
The content of this Web site is protected by copyright, as is the design or the “look & feel” of the Web site. None of the retrievable contents here may be reproduced, printed, translated, processed in digital form, included in archives, or made accessible to third parties under a different URL without the express written consent of NEXPOTENTIAL. A link to this Web site may be set only if the displayed Talent Draft Web site becomes the sole content in the browser window.
The Talent Draft symbol is a registered trademark of NEXPOTENTIAL. Other application, product, or company designations may be trademarks or business references of third parties. The use of such trademarks and business references is not permitted unless the right to do so has been expressly granted beforehand by NEXPOTENTIAL or the respective owner.
If you wish to contact us by e-mail, please keep in mind that the confidentiality of such measures cannot be guaranteed due to the general technical conditions on the Internet. E-mails can also be changed by third parties or be lost.