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Privacy Policy

We are particularly committed to the topics of data protection and IT security. We would further like to illustrate which information is being collected during your visit to our website and how this data is processed and utilised by AneCom Aerotest.

Name and Contact details

a. Office Responsible

AneCom AeroTest GmbH
Freiheitstraße 122
15745 Wildau

Telefon: +49 (0) 3375 9226 10
Fax: +49 (0) 3375 9226 66

b. Contact Details for the Data Protection Officer

Rechtsanwalt Markus Selent
Raumerstraße 23
10437 Berlin

If you have any further questions about issues not covered in this Privacy Policy, please contact our data protection officer at

Processing your Personal Data

a. What dataof yours do we use and where does it come from?

We process data that you provide us with when visiting our website.

i. Processing in Serverlogs

This is data that is generated when your end device communicates with our web servers, where it is stored.
This refers in particular to temporary storage of the connection data of the requesting computer.
This data record consists of:

  • The page from which the file was requested
  • The name of the file,
  • The date and time of the request,
  • The amount of data transferred,
  • The access status (file transferred, file not found),
  • The description of web brwoser used,
  • The IP address of the requesting computer, with the final three digits truncated.

ii. Use of Contact Forms

If you use contact forms on our website, we will collect the data you submit to us via such forms. This may include:
Personal information (e.g. name, address, contact details)

iii. Cookies

We use cookies on our website for various purposes. You can adjust the settings in your browser so it will let you know when cookies are being placed on your device. This ensures that you are fully aware of how cookies are being used. Of course, you can also stop your browser from using cookies, but this may mean that you will no longer be able to use all of our website’s functions.

We use the following types of cookie on our site:

  • Strictly neccessary Cookies 

    Without these cookies, you would not be able to use our website as intended. They are used only by us and they are stored only on your computer during the currently active browser session. These cookies serve to adapt the functions of the site so that you see a version of it that your computer and connection can process. They also assist with the switch from an http (unencrypted) session to an https (encrypted) session, making your visit to our website more secure.

    The necessary cookies we use include:



Expiration date


This cookie stores the PHP session identification number. The ID is used for forms and ensures that, once a form has been submitted, the correct content is displayed to the user.



This cookie stores the session ID for the TYPO3 backend. TYPO3 uses the ID to identify the TYPO3 user and their login status for the TYPO3 backend.



This cookie stores the session ID for the TYPO3 frontend when forms are used. TYPO3 uses the ID to identify the logged-in TYPO3 user and their login status for the TYPO3 frontend. Since login areas do not exist in the frontend, no logged-in user exists


  • Performance Cookies
    These cookies collect information that helps us to record errors on the website, which pages are visited, how long visitors stay and so on. They do not store any information that could identify the user. We sometimes employ external service providers.

    Performance cookies include:



Expirtation Date

_ga _gid

Used to identify users and submit information on how they behave on the site to Google Analytics.

 2 Years


Used to identify users and submit information on how they behave on the site to Google Analytics.

 1 Minute


This cookie stores the provider key for functions of the Typo3 backend.

 90 Minutes

  • Functional Cookies
    Functional cookies help us to offer you more personalised functions, so information that you have previously entered on the website (e.g. a user name) can be retained for future visits.

    Functional cookies include:



Expirtation Date


We do not use these cookies-
  • Targeting/Marketing Cookies
    These cookies are used to show users advertisements that are more relevant to them and their interests. They serve to show ads in a targeted manner and so limit their frequency. At the same time, they help to measure how effective an ad campaign is. Marketing cookies record whether you have visited a specific website. This information is shared with third parties (e.g. other advertisers in advertising networks). Cookies that improve targeting and advertising are often linked to site functions provided by third parties.



Expirtation Date


We do not use these cookies-

b. For what purposes do we process your data and on what legal basis do we do so?

We process your personal data in accordance with the data protection provisions contained in the GDPR, the German Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) or other special legislation.

i. Processing in Server Logs

When you visit our website, we process your data in accordance with point (f) of Article 6(1) of the GDPR. Log data is recorded and stored to prevent problems with our website, to identify and head off attacks on our infrastructure at an early stage and to maintain availability.
We take into account your legitimate interests by anonymising the recorded log data as soon as possible (and after seven days at the latest). We analyse log data such that it can be linked to a specific individual only if there is reasonable suspicion of either an attack on or a deliberate or accidental fault with our systems.

ii. Use of contacts froms

If you use contact forms to contact us, the purpose for which you provided us with your contact details serves as the lawful basis. Such lawful bases are described in points (a), (b) and (f) of Article 6(1) and in Article 88 of the GDPR in conjunction with Section 26 of the BDSG.

iii. Cookies

Various legal bases may apply, depending on the type of cookie used.


When you visit our website for the first time, you will see a pop-up win-dow in which you can provide your consent; even if this pop-up window does not reappear regularly on future visits, you can withdraw your consent at any time as described below.

If you do not agree to the use of cookies, please disable them by following the instructions for your browser ( or use the automatic disabling tools described below, if available. Please note that some services may not function fully if cookies are disabled.
If the body using the cookie offers an automatic disabling tool for the cookie concerned, we will provide the name of this body, the category of cookie they use and a link to the automatic disabling tool. In all other cases, we will provide the name of the cookies used and their origin at the time this cookies guideline was last updated so that you can easily identify the relevant cookies and potentially disable them through your browser settings.

  • Strictly necessary Cookies:
    The lawful basis for using these cookies is point (f) of Article 6(1) of the GDPR. Our legitimate interests include ensuring that our visitors use our website in the appropriate manner. Since these cookies are not analysed such that they can be linked to a specific individual, and users themselves also have an interest in the website functioning properly, there are no reasons that override our legitimate interests.
  • Performance Cookies
    The lawful basis for using these cookies is point (a) of Article 6(1) of the GDPR.
  • Functional Cookies
    The lawful basis for using these cookies is point (a) of Article 6(1) of the GDPR.
  • Targeting/Marketing Cookies
    The lawful basis for using these cookies is point (a) of Article 6(1) of the GDPR.

c. How long will we store your data?

    i. Processing in Serverlogs

    We process and store your data in server logs for a maximum of seven days, which is the latest point at which we will anonymise such data.

    ii. Use of contact forms

    We process and store your data from contact forms for as long as it is required to fulfil the original purpose.
    We are additionally subject to various retention and documentation re-quirements arising from, among other sources, the German Commercial Code (HGB) and the German Tax Code (AO). The retention and documentation periods specified in this legislation vary from two to ten years. Some data must be deleted as soon as the purpose has been fulfilled (e.g. straightforward enquiries with no contractual background). Ultimately, the storage period will also depend on statutory limitation periods, which can be anywhere up to 30 years according to Section 195 ff of the German Civil Code, for example, although the usual limitation period is three years. We will delete your data as soon as we no longer need it and no statutory retention periods apply.

    iii. Cookies

    Various deletion periods may apply, depending on the type of cookie used.

    PHPSESSID  Session
    be_typo_user  Session
    fe_typo_user  Session
    _ga_gid  2 years
    _gat  1 minute
    be_lastLoginProvider  90 minutes


    3. Passing on your Data

    a. Who will receive your personal data?

    Within our company, only those departments who need your data to fulfil the aforementioned purposes will receive it. Processors and other service providers working on our behalf may also receive data for these same specific purposes. These are companies working in the fields of IT services and telecommunications..

    We pass on information only if legal regulations require it, if you have given your consent or if we are authorised to disclose it. In those circumstances, public bodies and institutions (e.g. offices, financial authorities), for example, could receive personal data if we have a legal or official obligation to pass it on. Other recipients of your data could be those bodies for whom you have given us your consent for data transfer.

    b. Will your Data be transferred to a third country or an international organisation?

    Your data will only be transferred to countries outside the European Economic Area (third countries) if this is necessary, required by law or you have given us your consent. Some of the service providers we use have their servers in the USA and other countries outside the European Union.
    Companies in these countries may be subject to data protection laws that do not universally protect personal data to the same extent as within EU Member States.
    This is not the case in the following countries: Andorra, Argentina, Canada (restrict-ed), Switzerland, Faroe Islands, Guernsey, Israel (restricted), Isle of Man, Jersey, New Zealand and Uruguay (as at 9/2016).

    The amending decision of the EU Commission is available in the EUR-Lex database of the European Union.

    If your data is processed in a country where data protection is not at the same recognised high level as within the EU, we will use contractual regulations or other accepted instruments to ensure that your personal data is properly protected.

    4. Your Rights

    You have a right to access your data (Article 15 of the GDPR), to have it rectified (Article 16 of the GDPR), erased (Article 17 of the GDPR) and restrict its processing (Article 18 of the GDPR), a right to data portability (Article 20 of the GDPR) and a right to object to processing (Article 21 of the GDPR). Please contact us if you want to exercise these rights.

    If you believe your personal data has been processed in violation of the applicable data protection regulations, you may lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority without prejudice to any other remedy. In particular, you may lodge such complaints with a supervisory authority in the Member State of your habitual residence, place of work or place of the alleged infringement.

    Eine deutsche Version dieser Datenschutzinformation kann unter folgendem Link gefunden werden: