Welcome to our website hipp.com and thank you for being interested in our company and products. As a matter of course, we take the protection of your data very seriously. Therefore we like to inform you about how your personal data are processed by HiPP. The website hipp.com is provided by HiPP GmbH & Co. Vertrieb KG, Pfaffenhofen (hereinafter referred to as HiPP).
HiPP collects, stores and processes your personal data only if such is permitted on the basis of statutory regulations, or if you have given us your consent to do so. The data shall not be forwarded to third parties. The best way to obtain information on the data stored with HiPP is by using the contact address provided in Section "Contact".
1. Data processing
There are two ways in which we receive data: either you have given them to us or we have collected them while you used our services.
1.1 Data you have given to us
Generally, you can use our Internet website without giving us your personal information directly. If you use certain services, we will ask you for personal information. This might include, for example, your name, your e-mail address or your postal address. This will make the service in question faster and more user-friendly. Some services cannot even be provided without your data input.
1.2 Data we receive when you use our services
Some of the data are collected as soon as you visit our website.
1.2.1 Protocol data
The automatically collected data include the webserver’s protocol data. Every time you access a page of our online services and every time you download a file, the access data related to this process are saved in a protocol file on our server. Each dataset consists of:
- the page from which the new page or the file was requested
- the name of the requested file or page
- the date and time of the request, whether the request was successful and the server capacity utilization at the time of the request
- the transferred data volume
- the IP address which you were assigned by the provider
- if you log on with a user account, also the login information for the relevant web service
- the client detection (mobile phone, desktop, etc.)
- the user agent
Such stored information is exclusively evaluated anonymously for statistical purposes.