Protection of Personal Data
Responsible for the processing of the data:
Professor Dr. med. Roman Leischik
Elberfelder Str. 1, 58095 Hagen
Purpose of data processing
The data is processed and stored for communication and eventual publication at administrative, statistical, accounting and tax levels. Only name, first name, e-mail, address, telephone number, the university or the place of origin of the article mentioned by the author are stored. The authors voluntarily send us their data fo publication.
Necessity of data processing
The processing of personal data is directly related to a journalistic, scientific publication. Sensitive data (e.g., medical data) is not stored. Autor send actively the data he wants to publish.
Preservation / storage of data / storage duration
Storage is in accordance with the guidelines for editing and managing scientific reports and the tax authorities.
In the case of preservation / storage of data in the case of suppliers, service providers, there is a need to store the data of at least ten years (according to the current state of German laws). Insofar as accountancy and taxation / attention is required and with regard to the generally compulsory rules, with regard to the competent public authorities or involved organizations / banks, their guidelines are have to be regarded. We accept no responsibility or liability for the policies of these organizations / authorities.
For banks, tax consultants, tax authorities, GJOM assumes no responsibility or liability. The handling of the data by the named instances is the responsibility of the instances themselves.
Legal basis of processing
The data are treated based on the formal contractual relationship, the author declares his consent to the submission in written form. By submitting the article by e-mail, he agrees with the actively submitted data with the storage as agreed. Submission by mail possibly in writing form or as by mail. Authors who contact us via the Internet / E-Mail accept the data processing of the transmitted data for administrative, statistical, accounting and tax purposes. We point out that this type of data transfer is not considered secure and today's Internet technology is fraught with many security vulnerabilities. The use of these communication channels is at your own risk.
Categories of transfer
Receiver of data (assignments or transfers):
under public law, settlement offices, banks, tax consultants, tax authorities, courts, other magazines, publication on our web site (this is a goal, if you send a paper for publication. Only the name, first name, e-mail address and the scientific organization / university will be passed on within the scope of the publication. The author wants to publish this data anyway.
Only the necessary billing data can be passed on to the banks to enable revenue or payments, to realize bills and to meet the requirements of the tax authorities or the courts.
We expressly point out that in the case of contact with us via our homepage, the Internet service providers (especially Google, 1 & 1, but also other Internet service providers) could collect and process data such as information about your search activities, device IDs, IP Addresses, cookie data and location information. The above information may be processed as well as information when you use apps or websites that use Google services such as advertisements, analytics, etc.
For example, by using Google or 1 & 1, you accept the above-mentioned processing of your data.
We have not given a conscious mandate to this traffic analysis, but we can not influence this behavior of ISPs and WEB domain providers because we have to accept their services and rules on Google Adwords (advertising) or domain usage by using their services , If you wish to register your rights under the GDPR, you must contact Google, 1 & 1 or other Internet service providers that you use directly.
The data subjects have the following rights from the GDPR at their disposal:
Right of transparent information, communication and modalities for the exercise of the rights of the data subject, Information to be provided where personal data are collected from the data subject, Information to be provided where personal data have not been obtained from the data subject, Right of access by the data subject, Right to rectification, Right to erasure (“right to be forgotten"), Right to restriction of processing, Notification obligation regarding rectification or erasure of personal data or restriction of processing, Right to data portability, Right to object.
a) Right to information,
With the right to information, the data subject receives a comprehensive insight into the data that is about him and some other important criteria such as the processing purposes or the duration of the storage. There are also regular exceptions to this right.
b) Right to rectification
The right to correction includes the possibility for the data subject to have their personal data corrected inaccurate.
c) Right to erasure
The right to delete includes the possibility for the data subject to have their data deleted. However, this is only possible if the person-related personal data are no longer necessary, are processed unlawfully or a consent has been revoked. There are also regular exceptions to this right. Account must be taken of public concerns and insurance and tax matters.
d) Right to restriction of processing
The right to restriction of processing includes the possibility for the data subject to restrict any further processing of his or her personal data. According to Art. 18 DSGVO Paragraph 2, this right is restricted by the assertion, exercise or defense of legal claims or the protection of the rights of another natural or legal person or for reasons of important public interest of the Union or a Member State.
e) Data transferability
The right to data portability includes the ability for the data subject to obtain the personal data that he / she wants to use in a standard, machine-readable format from the person responsible, in order to have it forwarded to another person responsible if necessary.
f) Right to object
The right of opposition includes the possibility for data subjects, in a particular situation, to object to the further processing of their personal data, to the extent that it is justified by the performance of public functions or public and private interests.
You can exercise rights on: access, access, rectification, deletion, transferability, restriction or opposition. However, this must be in line with the obligations to the public sector.
In order to exercise your rights, you must send your letter to the above address of gjom.
You must indicate which (s) of these rights you want to claim. You must attach a photocopy of your ID card or equivalent ID card. If you are acting through a representative, legally or voluntarily, you must also submit a document confirming the presentation and the identification document.
If you do not want receive informative e-mails, electronic equivalents or post office by GJOM, then you have to send a message to teh above mentionen adress.
Every time a user accesses the Internet site and every time a file is accessed via our homepage, data about this process can be temporarily stored in a log file and processed. This storage and processing of access to the site was not explicitly commissioned by GJOM but may be done by the Internet service providers. These are responsible for the handling of personal data (eg Google, Firefox, 1 & 1). GJOM itself has no influence on these events and can not be held responsible for them. Every user uses the internet and the homepage services at their own risk. The storage of the data by the use of the mail contact is for communication with GJOM. The downloads, registration and contacts through our site are at your own risk because we can not ensure that unauthorized third parties can illegally use our site to transmit illegal content or to induce illegal activities. We ourselves do not store the data of Internet traffic.
GJOM makes every effort to ensure that your personal data is protected against loss, falsification or unauthorized access. Please note that the transmission of data by e-mail is not always encrypted.
Our server is secured via a firewall, but the Internet can hardly offer any protection against a well-versed unauthorized person. We can provide this protection within the legal framework and legal accessibility. We can not control illegal access.
Please note that the data security for the transmission of data within the Internet can not be comprehensively guaranteed in the current state of the art. Other users of the Internet may technically be able to intervent illegally in the network security and to control the message traffic.