Privacy Policy

Introductory remarks
This Privacy Policy will inform about the type, scope and purpose of the collection and use of personal data by Liberta Partners Opportunities GmbH (hereinafter “we” or “us”) on the website “https://www.liberta-partners.com” (hereinafter “Website”). We are responsible for all personal data collected on this Website, unless otherwise stated in this Privacy Policy.

Personal data is information that can be used to identify a person, i.e. information that can be traced back to a person. This typically includes the name, e-mail address or telephone number. In addition, purely technical data that can be assigned to a person can also be considered personal data.
The contact details of the person responsible for data processing are as follows:

Contact data of the person responsible:

Liberta Partners Opportunities GmbH
Fuerstenstr. 15
D-80333 Munich, Germany
Phone: +49 89 620 978 26 0
E-mail: info@liberta-partners.com

Your rights
You have the right to request information about the personal data stored about you free of charge.

In addition, you have the right to demand the correction of incorrect data, the right to demand the restriction of the processing of data that have been processed too extensively and the right to demand the deletion of personal data that have been processed unlawfully or have been stored for too long (insofar as this is not contrary to any legal obligation to file data and no other reasons in accordance with Art. 17 para. 3 DSGVO).

In addition, you have the right to transfer all data you provide to us in a common file format (right of data portability). If you also have right to object to the processing of individual processes, we will point this out in the description of the individual processes. To exercise your rights, simply send an e-mail to info@liberta-partners.com. In addition, you also have the right to file a complaint with a data protection supervisory authority.

Voluntary provision of data
The provision of your personal data on this website is generally neither legally nor contractually required. You are not obliged to provide personal data on this website. Nevertheless, the operation of this website requires the processing of your personal data.

How to contact us
When you contact us (for example by e-mail or after using the contact form), the information you provide will be stored for the purpose of processing the enquiry and in the event that follow-up questions arise.

Legal basis
The contact details are processed on the basis of Art. 6 para. 1 lit. a and lit. f DSGVO. This permission allows the processing of personal data within the scope of the “legitimate interest” of the person responsible, unless your fundamental rights, freedoms or interests prevail. Our legitimate interest lies in the processing of the contacts. You can object to this data processing at any time if there are reasons which exist in your particular situation and which contradict data processing. For this purpose, an e-mail to the data protection officer is sufficient.

Duration of data storage
The personal data stored in the course of establishing contact will be deleted when the matter relating to the establishment of contact has been completely clarified and it is not to be expected that the contacting will become relevant in the future.

Server log files
We automatically collect a number of technical data, which is personal data, each time you access the website.

These are
– IP address of the user
– name of the accessed web page or file
– date and time of access
– transferred data
– notification of successful access
– browser type and version
– operating system of the user
– used device of the user, including MAC address
– referrer URL (the previously visited page)

This information will not be merged with any other personally identifiable information that you actively provide to the Website. We collect server log files for the purpose of administering the Website and identifying and preventing unauthorised access.

Legal basis
The personal data in log files are processed on the basis of Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f DSGVO. This authorisation allows the processing of personal data within the scope of the “legitimate interest” of the responsible person, unless your fundamental rights, freedoms or interests prevail. Our legitimate interest lies in making administration easier and in the possibility of detecting and prosecuting hacking. You can object to this data processing at any time if there are reasons in your particular situation which conflict with the data processing. For this purpose, an e-mail to the data protection officer is sufficient.

What are IP addresses?
IP addresses are assigned to every device (e.g. smartphone, tablet, PC) connected to the Internet. Which IP address this is depends on the Internet access that is currently used to connect your device to the Internet. This can be the IP address assigned to you by your Internet provider, for example, if you are connected to the Internet at home via your W-LAN. However, it can also be an IP address assigned to you by your mobile phone provider or the IP address of a provider of public or private W-LAN or other Internet access. In its currently most common form (IPv4), the IP address consists of four number blocks. In most cases, as a private user you will not use a constant IP address, as this is only temporarily assigned to you by your provider (so-called “dynamic IP address”). With a permanently assigned IP address (so-called “static IP address”), it is in principle easier to uniquely assign user data. Except for the purpose of tracking unauthorised access to our website, we do not use this data to identify you personally. Instead, we simply evaluate on an anonymous basis which of our websites are the most popular, how many hits are made each day and likewise.

Duration of data storage
The server log files containing the above data are automatically deleted after 30 days. We reserve the right to store the server log files for longer if there is evidence to assume unauthorised access (such as an attempt at hacking or a so-called DDOS attack).