Legal Information

The Pain Practice

 

Dr. Peter Tamme, M.D. & M.S. (Biology)
Heinrich-Böll-Strasse 34
21335 Lüneburg, Germany
Tel: +49 4131 2472-355                                             Fax:+49 4131 2472-356

                                   

E-mail: dr.peter.tamme@t-online.de               

Internet: www.die-schmerzpraxis.de

 

The Pain Practice continually examines and updates the information on its websites. Despite all diligence, changes may occur that cannot be updated in a timely manner. We therefore cannot assume any liability or guarantee for the currentness, correctness, and completeness of the information that has been made available.

 

The same also applies to all other websites to which it refers by means of a hyperlink. The Pain Practice is not responsible for the content of websites that are reached through such a link.

The content and structure of The Pain Practice websites are protected by copyright. The reproduction of information or data – especially the use of text, excerpts of texts, or picture material – requires advance consent of The Pain Practice. 

Privacy policy of The Pain Practice: The Pain Practice is pleased that you have visited our website and that you are interested in our business and our services. The protection of your personal data in the processing of the entire business procedures is a very important issue for us, and we would like you to feel secure when you visit our Internet pages. The following explains which information we record at The Pain Practice during your visit to our websites and how this is used.

 

Personal data is the individual information about person-related or factual circumstances of a specific or determinable natural person. This includes information such as your real name, your mailing address, your telephone number, and your date of birth. Information that is not directly connected with your actual identity – such as your favorite websites or the number of users per page – is not personal data.

 

Collection and processing of personal data: When you visit our web pages, our web server temporarily stores the connection data of the inquiring computer, our web pages that you visit, the date and length of the visit, the identification data of the browser and type of operating system that is used, and the website from which you are visiting us. This is a standard procedure for the purpose of system security. Additional person-al information such as your name, mailing address, telephone number, or e-mail address is not recorded unless you voluntarily enter this information within the scope of a registration, survey, or a request for information.

The use and disclosure of personal data: We exclusively use the personal data that you have provided for the purpose of technical administration of the web pages and to fulfill your wishes and requests. This is generally required for processing or responding to your inquiries.

We do not pass on, sell, or otherwise transmit your personal data to third parties – except for when you expressly request this and have given your consent.

 

Use of cookies: We generally do not use any cookies on our web pages. Session cookies are only used in exceptional cases to store the data on the technical session control in the memory of your browser. This data is not personal and will be deleted at the latest when you close your browser.

Security: The Pain Practice takes all of the necessary technical and organizational security measures in order to protect your personal data against loss and abuse. This means that your data is stored in a secure operating environment that is not accessible to the public. In specific cases, your personal data will be encoded in the transmission through Secure Socket Layer Technology (SSL). This means that the communication between your computer and the servers of The Pain Practice occurs with the aid of recognized encoding procedures if your browser supports SSL. Should you want to contact The Pain Practice via e-mail, we expressly state that the confidentiality of the transmitted information is not guaranteed. The content of e-mails can be seen by third parties. We therefore recommend that you only send us confidential information via the regular mail.

Right to information: Upon written request, we will inform you as to which data we have stored about your person (such as name and e-mail address).



Copyright Dr. Peter Tamme and Dr. Iris Tamme

Last update: September 22, 2012