We, the company FUJI EUROPE CORPORATION GmbH, thank you for visiting our website and for your interest in our company and our services. The protection of your privacy during processing is an important concern for us. Therefore, your personal data will only be processed in accordance with the provisions of German and European data protection law. We want you to feel safe when you visit our Internet pages.
With this data protection declaration, we fulfil our duty to provide information to our visitors and users of these pages in accordance with Art. 13 of the EU Data Protection Basic Regulation (EU-DSGVO). The protection of personal data is of central importance to us. Personal data is individual information about personal or factual circumstances of a certain or definable natural person. This includes information such as name, address, e-mail and telephone number. The legal basis for data protection can be found in the EUDSGVO, the German Telemedia law (TMG) and the EU ePrivacy Regulation.
Your rights in the area of data protection as a user of this website (rights of data protection)
The data protection law sees you as the person affected by the collected personal data we collect when you visit our website. Accordingly, the legislator provides for some data protection rights that you have as a user of this website. In detail these are the following rights:
You have the right to receive information about your stored personal data, its origin and recipients and the purpose of data processing at any time and free of charge – without giving reasons. You also have the right to correct, amend, block or delete this data. You can also restrict the processing of your data and/or object to the processing (right of objection) for reasons arising from your particular situation, likewise you have in principle the right to data transferability. If you have given us permission to process your data, you can withdraw this permission at any time. You also have the right of complaint to the supervisory authority according to Art. 77 EU-DSGVO.
Contact details: Responsible person – Data protection coordinators –
Data protection officer
If you have any questions about data protection at FUJI EUROPE CORPORATION GmbH that are not answered by this data protection declaration or if you wish to implement your rights as a data subject, the following contact options are available to you:
Responsible for data processing is the management company named below in the imprint. However, as this company deals with many other issues, we recommend that you contact our data protection coordinators (email@example.com) by e-mail. You can also send them by post, the address can also be found in the imprint.
In addition, FUJI EUROPE CORPORATION GmbH has appointed an external data protection officer. You can also contact him under: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We would like to point out that you can ask any of our employees about their rights as data subjects. However, it is a great relief for us if you contact our data protection coordinators (email@example.com) directly in the event of data protection inquiries.
If you wish to make use of the right of complaint under Art. 77 EU-DSGVO, please contact the appropriate regulatory agency.
Recipients of personal data
If you provide us with personal data, the main recipients are the employees entrusted by FUJI EUROPE CORPORATION GmbH for this purpose. It is also possible that we may commission other companies and individuals to perform tasks for us, e.g. services that you have requested from us using the contact form (for example, a printed product brochure). In this case, your data may be processed by the company we have commissioned for the purpose you have specified. For further details, please also refer to the section “Commitment of employees and external service providers” and “Cooperation with external service providers”.
Transfer of personal data to a third country
We do not intend to transfer personal data beyond the scope of the EUDSGVO. In general, data is only transferred to third countries with a recognized level of data protection or on the basis of special guarantees, such as contractual obligation through so-called standard protection clauses of the EU Commission. Depending on the browser settings, IP addresses and/or so-called “referral links” or online identifiers may be passed on. Due to the combination of this data not initiated by us, it cannot be prevented that personal data is created and processed outside the scope of the EU-DSGVO. You can prevent the transfer in your browser, for more information, see the section “Google Web Services”.
Duration of storage
Personal data that has been communicated to us via our website is only stored until the purpose for which it was entrusted to us has been fulfilled. Insofar as storage periods under commercial and tax law must be observed, the storage period for certain data can be up to ten years.
Purpose of data collection
The use of our site is usually possible without providing personal data. For the use of individual services on our site, different regulations may apply, which in this case will be explained separately below and will inform you in particular about the type, scope and purpose of the collection, use and processing of personal data. Nevertheless, it applies that we only process personal data to the extent that this is necessary for the provision of a functioning website and our contents and services. If personal data is collected, the purpose is the technical provision of our website, for information purposes and for contractual purposes in the provision of services. Data may also be collected for marketing and advertising purposes. Any use of your personal data will only be for the purposes stated and to the extent necessary to achieve these purposes.
If you apply to us via the website, then the purpose of the data processing is the possible initiation of an employment relationship.
Legal basis of data collection
Personal data may only be processed on the basis of a legally binding basis. If we process personal data within the framework of our web presence, then as a rule based on the protection of the legitimate interests of the person responsible in accordance with Art. 6 Para. 1 letter f EU-DSGVO.
The protection of the legitimate interests is a balancing of interests and includes both our interests as the company responsible for processing and the interests of the users of our websites. We as a company would like to inform you about our company and its products and services. You as a user and possible customer, supplier, competitor, information seeker and/or applicant have an interest in obtaining information about us, our services and products in a technically accessible and convenient manner. Furthermore, we give our visitors the opportunity to contact us via the website. Accordingly, the processing is in the interest of both parties. At the same time, the processing of personal data is reduced to a minimum, so that we conclude that the protection of legitimate interests is the legally sufficient basis for processing.
In the context of the application process, we use the legal ground of contract and contract initiation (Art. 6 para. 1 lit. b EU-DSGVO), in particular Section 26 BDSG-neu (data processing for purposes of employment). You can find more details in the section “Applications”.
In addition, we also use the legal ground of consent in the context of the application process (Art. 6 para. 1 lit. a EU-DSGVO). This consent is voluntary and serves the purpose of personnel recruitment and the transfer of your data to an internal talent pool. You can find more details in the section “Applications”. Art. 7 EU-DSGVO places conditions on consent, these include: You are free to decide whether you want to give consent or not. There are no negative consequences if you do not give your consent. You can also revoke a given consent in whole or in part at any time for the future. The lawfulness of the processing based on the consent remains in effect until the revocation. This means that despite the revocation of consent, the processing does not become unlawful even in the past.
In the context of the application procedure, special categories of personal data within the meaning of Art. 9(1) EU GDPR (in particular health data) may be disclosed, transmitted and/or requested by applicants in order for the responsible person to fulfil the obligations arising from labour law and social security and social protection law. At the same time, the data subject (usually the applicant) may disclose special categories of personal data in order to make use of his/her rights. The processing then takes place on the basis of Art. 9 para. 2 lit. b. EU-DSGVO. In the case of a possible assessment of the applicant’s ability to work for medical diagnosis, care or treatment in the health or social sector or for the management of systems and services in the health or social sector, the processing is based on Art. 9 (2) lit. h. EU-DSGVO.
The legal ground of consent may also be used by us in the context of marketing operations. If necessary, consent can be requested from you via technical measures linked to these web pages. You will then find the content and scope of the consent in the appropriate place. For this type of consent, the requirements according to Article 7 of the EU Data Protection Regulation, which were described in the previous paragraph, also apply.
Our website uses so-called cookies, which serve to make our internet presence more user-friendly, more effective and safer – for example to speed up navigation on our website. In addition, cookies allow us to measure the frequency of page views and the generic use of the web pages.
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer system. Cookies do not damage your computer and do not contain viruses.
The help function in the menu bar of most web browsers explains how to prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, how to have your browser inform you when you receive a new cookie or how to switch off all cookies received.
Of course, you can also delete cookies later. The procedure depends on your browser and operating system. We ask you to follow the procedure for subsequent deletion for to research your system yourself.
Every visit to the pages of this website is recorded and stored in the so-called server log files. This data is used exclusively for the technical analysis of server use, e.g. to avoid server overload and/or to control the server load.
The following data is collected in specific terms:
- Requesting host address (IP address)
- Date and time of retrieval
- Name of the retrieved file
- HTTP status code
- data volume transferred
- Internet page from which you visit us (referrer URL)
- Browser/Operating system/User interface
- Information about the server service used
- Protocol version
This anonymous data is stored separately from any personal data you may have provided and therefore does not allow any conclusions to be drawn about a specific person. They will only be passed on to third parties if required by law or a court order. A transfer for commercial or non-commercial purposes does not take place. However, we reserve the right to check this data retrospectively if we have concrete indications of illegal use become known. This may be the case, for example, in the event of DDoS attacks on our websites.
On our website we offer you the possibility to contact us by e-mail and via contact forms. Your details from the enquiry form, including the contact data you provide there for the purpose of processing the enquiry and in the event of follow-up questions, will then be forwarded to us in encrypted form and stored by us.
Should you wish to contact us by e-mail, we would like to point out that the confidentiality of the transmitted information cannot be guaranteed for unencrypted e-mails. The content of unencrypted e-mails can be viewed by third parties (see also section “Information Security”).
Please use our encrypted upload function to apply for jobs offered by us. Applicant data will be stored for up to six months after the end of the selection process.
Furthermore, if you send us an application, we ask you to allow us to transfer your data to an internal talent pool. You then consent to us processing your data for a further two years for the purpose of personnel recruitment. This applies in the event that you are a candidate of interest to us in principle, but have not been selected for the position for which you have applied.
Use of Google Web-Services
Like many other websites and service providers on the internet, we use technical web services from Google. It is reasonable to assume that Google collects and links the data that their cookies generate, for example (such as online identifiers and IP address). In combination with unique identifiers and other information received on Google servers, Google may also create profiles of users of this website and enhance existing profiles.
If you do not agree to this processing of your data, you have the option of deactivating Google’s technologies and thus preventing the transfer of data to Google. You have several options to do this: You can install suitable browser extensions (such as uMatrix or Disconnect, as of 25.04.2018) and instruct them to prevent the transmission to Google. You can also deactivate the Java Script function in your browser. However, we would like to point out that in this case you will not be able to use parts of our website or only to a limited extent.
Use and passing on of personal data
If you instruct us to provide a service, your personal data will only be used to the extent necessary to carry out the order (e.g. to process requests for information or orders for brochures). This includes in particular the transfer of your data to transport companies, credit companies or other service providers used for the provision of the service or contract processing.
Your personal data will not be passed on beyond this, in particular not sold to third parties.
Obligation of employees and external service providers
It goes without saying that our employees and the service companies commissioned by us are obliged to maintain secrecy and to comply with the regulations of the EU-DSGVO.
Cooperation with external service providers
We assign other companies and individuals to perform tasks for us. Examples include delivering parcels, sending letters or e-mails, analyzing our databases, IT services, advertising, processing payments and customer service. These service providers have access to personal information needed to perform their functions. However, they may not use it for other purposes. Furthermore, they are obliged to treat the information in accordance with the data protection declaration and the EU-DSGVO. If these subcontractors are processors in accordance with Art. 28 EU-DSGVO, we have concluded appropriate contracts with them in accordance with the law.
FUJI EUROPE CORPORATION GmbH uses appropriate technical and logistical security measures in accordance with the current state of knowledge to protect the data you provide us with from accidental or intentional manipulation, loss, destruction, or access by unauthorized persons. Your data is thus stored in a secure operating environment that is not accessible to the public. Our security measures are reviewed at regular intervals and continuously improved in line with technological developments.
Should you wish to contact us by e-mail, we would like to point out that the confidentiality of the transmitted information cannot be guaranteed for unencrypted e-mails. The content of unencrypted e-mails can be viewed by third parties. We therefore recommend that you send us confidential information either encrypted or by post. Your e-mail address will only be used for correspondence with you. It will not be used for any other purpose or passed on to third parties.
Protection of your data by TLS or SSL
For secure data transmission over the Internet, we use the hybrid encryption protocol Transport Layer Security (TLS), more widely known as Secure Sockets Layer Software (SSL). This software encrypts the information you transmit. All information relevant to data protection is stored in encrypted form in a protected database.
Agreement, status and amendment of this data protection declaration
The current status is 14.08.2020. We reserve the right to change this data protection declaration at any time in compliance with the applicable data protection regulations with effect for the future. We will publish the changes here.