1. Website content
The author and information providers endeavour to present information of high quality at all times. Nonetheless, the author accepts no responsibility for the currency, accuracy, completeness or quality of the information provided. Claims of liability against the author which relate to damages of a material or ideational nature, and which are caused by the use or non-use of the information provided or by using erroneous or incomplete information, are excluded on principle, unless there is an intentional or grossly negligent fault on the part of the author which can be proved. All offers are subject to confirmation and non-binding. The author explicitly reserves the right to alter, supplement, delete or temporarily or completely discontinue publication of parts of the pages or the entire website without prior notice.
If direct or indirect references (links) are made to web pages which lie outside the area of responsibility of the author, the latter is only responsible in so far that he is aware of their content and technically able to prevent usage of content should it be illegal. The provider of the said pages is solely liable for any content going beyond the author’s knowledge and in particular for damages caused by the use or non-use of information thus provided; the person who merely refers to the respective publication by means of a link is not liable in this way. This statement applies equally to third-party entries in visitors' books, discussion forums and mailing lists provided by the author.
Copyright and usage rights for text, graphics, images, design and source code are in the possession of apoole marketing agency. The non-commercial creation, use and sharing of copies in electronic or printed form is allowed as long as the content remains unaltered, the source is specified (www.apoole.com) and no third part< rights are affected.
This liability exclusion is to be treated as part of the website which refers to it. If parts or particular phrases within this text do not correspond at all, correspond no longer, or do not completely correspond to current legislation, the remaining sections of this document remain unaffected in terms of their content and validity.
Data protection regulations
1. Storage of data
In connection with access to the apoole marketing agency website, data is temporarily saved and processed which could possibly allow identification (e.g. IP address, date, time and pages viewed). This data is only stored in the long term in anonymous form and used for statistical purposes. Beyond this, personal information (e.g. your name, e-mail address etc.) is only transmitted if you expressly and knowingly provide us with such information for a specific purpose. This data is then only processed, stored and forwarded to the extent that this is required by the purpose in question or for which your agreement has been obtained.
The secrecy of telecommunications also ensures that the content of your mails and information you enter in forms is protected fundamentally protected from unauthorised access and processing. We can secure its implementation for the apoole marketing agency domain. However, we wish to point out to you that data transmission via the Internet in general can be recorded by other Internet providers and users.
3. Data collection by Google-Analytics
Our Website uses Google-Analytics, a web analytics solution from Google Inc. Google Analytics uses so-called cookies. These are text files, which are saved on your computer and analyse your use of the website. For example information about the operating system type, the browser, the Internet Protocol address, previously requested websites (referrer-URL) as well as the date and the time of your request of our website, is recorded. The information about the use of the website generated by these text files is transferred to and saved on a Google server in the USA. Google will use this information to evaluate your use of our website, to compose a report about the website activity for the website operator and to provide further services concerning website and internet use. If it is legally required or if third parties process information on behalf of Google, Google will pass this information on to third parties. This use is anonymised and pseudonymisised. You can find further information directly at Google: http://www.google.com/intl/de/privacypolicy.html#information