Privacy policy

Privacy policy2022-01-22T14:03:07+01:00

Thank you for your interest in our Foundation. We would like to make sure that you are properly informed and advised about the protection of your personal data during your visit to our website. We observe the relelvant data protection laws, in particular the European Data Protection Directive and the Federal Data Protection Law.

Under this Data Protection Declaration we inform you about who is responsible for the processing of your data on the website (hereafter: website) and which personal data from your visit to the site will be processed and which rights could be available to you under data protection law.

Guarantor: Bianca Vetter Foundation

The Bianca Vetter Foundation is responsible for processing your data on the website (hereafter “we” or “us”). Further information about the executive officers can be found under the company details on the website.

For further information on the use of personal data please contact Bianca Vetter Foundation:

Bianca Vetter Foundation

Mr. Dr. Jens Neitzel

Zur Weihersenke 13

82211 Herrsching am Ammersee

or send an email to:

Your rights2022-01-03T10:32:34+01:00

As a person affected by Data Processing (Art. 4, §1 Data Protection Directive) you have a number of rights, about which we will inform you below. You will find further details in articles 15-21 of the Data Protection Directive as well as in §§32-37 of the Federal Data Protection Law.

The following rights can be invoked by sending an Email to or in a writing to Bianca Vetter Foundation, Dr. JensNeitzel, Zur Weihersenke 13, 82211 Herrschin am Ammersee.

The right to information, data transferability, deletion, correction and restrictions in the processing.

According to Article 15 of the Data Protection Directive you can demand information about individual data and have the right to receive a copy thereof. According to Article 20 you can also request the information to be provided in a machine-readable form. As well as this under justifiable circumstances under Article 17-18 of the Data Protection Directive you may also request deletion, correction or restriction to the processing.

Grievance rights

You have the possibility to take any questions or complaints directly to the relevant authorities. The relevant regulating authority if the Bayerische Landesamt frü Datenschutzaufsicht (BayLDA).

Right of Withdrawal

If you have agreed to the processing of your personal data on the website you can withdraw this at any time with effect for the future. The withdrawal can be in the form of an informal notification to the above mentioned address.

Right of objection according to Article 21 GDPR

According to Article 21 GDPR, you have in particular the right to object to the processing of your data at any time on grounds relating to your particular situation, if we base this processing on legitimate interests pursuant to Article 6 para. 1 lit. f GDPR. If you object, we will no longer process your personal data, except in two cases: we can demonstrate compelling legitimate grounds for the processing which override your interests, rights and freedoms, or the processing is for the establishment, exercise or defense of legal claims. If we process your personal data for direct marketing, you have the right to object at any time to the processing of your data for the purpose of such marketing. If you object to the processing of your data for direct marketing purposes, we will no longer use your personal data for this purpose.

Storing of Data2022-01-03T10:39:39+01:00

As far as we are able to specify concrete deletion periods, we will do so below. In principle, however, we will only process the data as long as this is necessary for the respective purposes. Circumstances may arise in individual cases that justify longer storage. Personal data collected when surfing our website (see the section(Data processing when visiting our website) will be stored for a period of 14 days, unless an exceptional incident requires a longer storage period (e.g. a hacker attack).

We delete the data accrued in connection with a contact (e.g. by e-mail or contact form) after the storage is no longer necessary. Unless we are otherwise entitled or obligated to store it, this is particularly the case when the respective conversation with you has ended, such as when the underlying facts have been conclusively clarified.

Recipient of Individual Data, Data Transfer to Third Countries2022-01-03T10:41:38+01:00

Transfer to Third Parties to enforce rights.

In order to protect our rights and those of third parties we are entitled to pass data to entitled persons, Consultants and Authorities.

External Serviceproviders for Data Processing

We work with service providers who assist us in fulfilling our service. These service providers process data on our behalf according to our instructions and under our supervision, exclusivly for the purposes set out in the Data Protection Declaration.

These service providers can be oustide the EU. We make all necessary provisions to ensure that the data you provide is secured under the Data Protection Laws of the EU. As far as necessary with the aid of EU standard contract clauses we make sure we have and adequate level of Data Protection.

Data processing when visiting our website2022-01-22T14:02:20+01:00

When you visit our website and in order to provide you with an enjoyable and stable experience we process certain data, in particular the following (legislative basis is Article 6, §1 f) Data Protection Directive): IP- address, date and time of your request, time difference to GMT, Content of the request (which page) access status/HTTP Status code, the actual amount of transferred data, last used website, browser type, operating system and it´s interface, language and browsersoftware version.


This website embeds the videos of YouTube LLC (YouTube). YouTube is represented by Google Inc registered to 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043 USA. We use embedded YouTube videos in extended Data Protection Mode. This means that YouTube does not save cookies from a user on a website with an embedded YouTube video player if you do not open the video to start playback. If you do click on the video to start it playing YouTube will possibly save cookies on the users computer. However we will not save any individual-related cookie information arising from the playback of a video embedded in the website. For further details regarding Data Processing and Security by YouTube (Google) go to

Deleting cookies2022-01-03T10:54:21+01:00

Deleting cookies in Firefox

Click on the menu on the far right next to the address bar (the three bars on top of each other). Choose Settings – data protection and security. Click on the heading Delete Cookies and Website data and then click on Delete. Then make sure that Cookies and Website Data is activated and then click on Delete. All cookies will now be deleted. Next click on Delete All Cookies. A confirmation window will open. After clicking on delete now all cookies will be deleted.

Here you will find further information on how to deactivate/block and delete cookies:

Deleting Cookies in Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer

Click on the 3 dots in the right hand corner of the browser window or use the keyboard combination [Alt-X]. [Alt – X]. Choose browser History from the menu. Then click on Delete History. You will see a window to delete all data saved by the browser. To delete just the cookies remove all the ticks except for Cookies and Saved Website Data. Now click on Delete. This deletes all cookies. You will find more details on Deactivating/Blocking and deleting Cookies in Internet Explorer here:

Use of Cookies2022-01-03T11:01:05+01:00

On the basis of the Data Protection Directive Article 6 para. 1 lit. we use cookies in order to optimise the website. Cookies are the small text files the your browser generates and then saves on your end-device (for example laptop, tablet, smart phone) when you visit our website. The cookies contain information that pertains specifically to the end-device used. This does not mean however, that we then have direct knowledge of your identity. The use of cookies allows us to adapt our website and provide a more enjoyble visit. We also use so-called Session-Cookies to be able to recognise that you have previously visited individual pages of our website. When you leave the website these will automatically be deleted. Also when you visit the wesite it is possible that Third Party Cookies will be used. For more inforation on Third Party Cookies go to the category Google Analytics and You Tube (see below). Most browsers accept cookies automatically. You can configure your browser so that no cookies are save on your end-device, or that you always receive a notification before any cookies are saved. The complete de-activation of cookies can however lead being unable to use our website to it´s full extent.

Anyone with suggestions or questions about data protection is welcome to contact us.

Data processing when contacted2022-01-03T11:06:28+01:00

You can get in touch with us by using our contact form with your name and email address. The use of the contact form is voluntary.

When you get in touch with us in this way the details you give us (e-mail address, name, telephone number) will be used by us to anwer your question.

We use this information on the basis of legitimate interest, in order to provide the appropriate communication (legislative basis is Article 6 §1 f) Data Protection Directive). If your request leads the signing of a contract with us then the Data Protection Directive Article 6 para. 1 lit. will form the basis for the processing. This will be the case for example if you were to apply to us.

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