Planet of Love deals responsibly with personal information. We want our visitors to know when which data is collected and used by us. We have taken technical and organizational measures to ensure that the rules on data protection are respected both by us and by our external service providers.
The use of our web pages is basically possible without disclosure of personal data. Personal information is information (such as name, address, mailing address and telephone number) that can be used to discover the identity of our users. Information that is not associated with identity (e.g., number of users of a website) is not included.
Data collection and data storage
If you send us a message via contact form or e‑mail, your data will be used for the correspondence with you. If we receive a message via the contact form or an e‑mail from you, we assume that we are entitled to reply by e‑mail. Otherwise, you must explicitly point out to us another way of communicating. The content of the contact form is transmitted via an encrypted https connection. Communication via e‑mail can have security gaps. For example, e‑mails can be stopped and viewed en route to us by experienced Internet users.
When using a contact form, Planet of Love will be sent the IP address of the sender in addition to the contents of the data fields. This is basically done when sending a conventional e‑mail. Use of the IP address takes place exclusively in the context of state law enforcement and security measures in compliance with the legal requirements.
Transfer of personal data to third parties
Data collected while accessing our website will only be disclosed to third parties if we are required by law or by court order to submit it, or if disclosure is required in case of attacks on the Internet infrastructure for legal or criminal prosecution. A transfer for other non-commercial or commercial purposes is not.
In the case of ordering information material, personal data entered will only be used within Planet of Love and the company responsible for the shipment. Without explicit consent, no disclosure to third parties.