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Privacy Policy

With this privacy policy we - as the operator of of the online service on and ( or simplygraphognise, hereafter) - inform you, the users of the online service how and to what extent we store and process your personal data. In addition we inform you about your rights in connection with the processing of your personal data.

We follow the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the European Union (EU).


graphognise Prozessberatung

Helge Martin Brösamle
Mozartstr. 5
79104 Freiburg

What personal data do we process for which purpose?

Contact Data

To contact you, we only use data that you explicitly provide us with (e.g. by email) or that is publicly available for contacting you (e.g. on your website, telephone directory, advertising), and only insofar as this is necessary for performance of a contract and in order to take steps at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a contract (Article 6, GDPR).

Specifically, this is about establishing contact in the usual day-to-day business, e.g. to obtain offers or to send information material on your request.

Documents and Communication

Within the scope of our legal obligations, as well as for the performance of a contract and in order totake steps at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a contract (Article 6, DSGVO), we store and process postal and electronic communication and exchanged documents to the extent prescribed by law or necessary for the respective contractual relationship or measures prior to entering into a contract.

Correctness, Completeness, Information, Deletion, Restriction of Processing

You have the right to have your personal data accurate, complete and up to date. If you have any complaints, please contact us by email or by post at the above contact details; we will correct your personal data immediately.

You have the right that we process your personal data in the future only to a limited extent or delete your personal data from our database if you request this.

You have a right to be informed which data we have processed or stored about your person. You have the right to receive a copy of the data in a suitable, machine-readable format.

You have the right to lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority.

Contractors, Third Parties (Web Hosting, Cloud, Email Provider)


The webhosting including email server is provided by the 1blu AG. As a company located in the EU, it is also subject to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the European Union (EU). The privacy statement of (in german) provides information on how the access data are processed.

The 1blu AG, for technical reasons, has access to your IP address and other data related to your connection to the webserver (i.e. the site). These are logged in server log files and are statistically processed and made available to us online. However, we do not systematically evaluate or electronically process the statistics. The transmission of the IP address is technically necessary for the communication between the web server (1blu AG) and your browser, similarly as for telephone calls the caller must know the telephone number of the interlocutor. The storage in the server logs is common practice and serves, among other things, the recognition of hacker attacks.


Electronic communication via email is received and stored on an IMAP server; messages are sent via SMTP. In both cases the connection/data transmission between our clients and the servers of the hosting provider (1blu AG) is encrypted.

Links to external websites by third parties

We link content from third parties, e.g. Facebook or Github. If you follow a link to an external website (that does not belong to, the third party server/provider receives your connection data the moment you follow the link, that is when your browser requests the linked page from the third party server.

With the greatest care we try to mark such links as such approproiately by explicitly stating the name of the third party target in the visible text of the link. Irrespective of this, you always have the possibility to inspect the destination address of a link before actually following. If you do not want your connection data transmitted to the third party server you can always refrain from following the link and this refrain from contacting the third party server. The destination address of a link can be displayed in the status bar of most browsers before you actually accessing the page. With many mobile browsers, you can tap and hold on to the link to view the destination information before you access it.

Changes to this Policy

We reserve the right to amend and revise this Privacy Policy.

Last Update: July 2022, Version 1.0