Data protection

On this page, we inform you about the data processing that takes place in the context of the use of the site "Lexparency" (hereinafter: Lexparency) and to what extent personal data is processed in the process by openJur gUG (haftungsbeschränkt) (hereinafter: operator or we). Our data processing at a glance:

Information requirements according to Article 13 GDPR

Contact details of the persons responsible, Article 13 para. 1 lit. a GDPR

Purposes and legal basis for data processing, Art. 13 para. 1 lit. c and d GDPR

We process personal data when accessing the information technology systems operated by us (physical or virtual server systems) for various purposes. This concerns the IP address publicly used by your terminal device on the Internet, insofar as you access the Internet directly with your terminal device, or the corresponding IP address of the respective last network component visible to our information technology systems, insofar as you access the Internet indirectly, for example when using a proxy server, VPN server, router or NAT gateway (hereinafter: your IP address).

On the one hand, this is done insofar as it is technically necessary for the operation of websites(a). On the other hand, this serves to protect our information technology systems from unauthorised access(b).

Recipients or categories of recipients of the personal data, Article 13 para. 1 lit. e GDPR

Personal data is not transmitted to third parties.

Intention of the controller to transfer the personal data to a recipient in a third country or an international organisation, Article 13 para. 1 lit. f GDPR

Personal data is not transferred to recipients in third countries or to international organisations.

Duration of the storage of personal data or criteria for determining the duration, Article 13 para. 2 lit. a GDPR

The storage of the IP address for the technical transmission of the internet page requested by you takes place during the period of compilation and transmission of the information requested by you, i.e. at the latest until the information technology system to which your browser establishes an HTTPS connection closes this connection. Insofar as the storage takes place to secure the security and integrity of our information technology systems in the event of unauthorised access, storage takes place at the latest 24 hours after the last unauthorised access. Storage of a unique identifier to accelerate the TLS key exchange is stored for a maximum of ten minutes after your last access.

Data subject rights, Article 13 para. 2 lit. b GDPR

You are entitled to various data subject rights under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR):

Right to complaint, Article 13 (2) lit. d GDPR

In addition to the aforementioned data subject rights, you also have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority. The supervisory authority responsible for us is: