Data protection declaration for services from Offerista Group Gmbh

A – Scope of the data protection declaration
B – Right to information and contact partner

1. Right to information
2. Contact person for data protection

C – Marktjagd App| Barcoo App | Wunderkauf App – Data protection declaration

1. Access data (server log files)
2. Push messages
3. Location data
4. Offerista Tracking Tool
5. Google-Analytics
6. Google AdWords-Remarketing
7. Google Adwords conversion tracking
8. Google Adsense mobile application
9. Google advertising functions and DoubleClick cookie
10. AppsFlyer
11. Crashlytics
12. App-Lift Retargeting Marktjagd App/Android
13. Mixpanel
14. Adsquare
15. Participation in the loyalty programme
16. Information exclusively for iOS apps
17. Information exclusively for Windows apps
18. Barcoo App – QR Code/Barcode scanner
19. Contact details for queries

D – Websites Offerista.com|Marktjagd.de|Barcoo.com|Barcoo.at – Data protection declaration

1. Zugriffsdaten (server-Logfiles)
2. Newsletter
3. Use of cookies
4. Google Analytics
5. Google Adwords-Remarketing
6. Google Adwords conversion tracking
7. Google Adsense
8. Google advertising functions and DoubleClick cookie
9. LinkedIn conversion tracking and retargeting
10. Contact details for queries
11. Notes exclusively for mrktjagd.de and barcoo.at
12. WhatsApp-subscription-service
13. Facebook’s visitors action pixel

A – Scope of the data protection declaration

This data protection declaration informs you of the type, purpose and scope of the collection and processing of personal data when using Offerista services. It applies to following services provided as downloads from the internet by the Offerista Group GmbH, Schützenplatz 14 in 01067 Dresden:

  • Marktjagd App | Barcoo App | Wunderkauf App
  • Offerista.com| Barcoo.com| Marktjagd.de| Barcoo.at
B – Right to information and contact partner

1. Right to information

According to the German Federal Data Protection Act, you have a right to free information about stored data on you as a person, and have a right to rectify, block or delete this data.

2. Contact person for data protection

For questions concerning the collection, processing or use of your personal data, and for information, correction, blocking or deletion of data and withdrawal of the consent granted, please contact us via e-mail under: datenschutz@offerista.com, Schützenplatz 14, 01067 Dresden.

C – Marktjagd App| Barcoo App | Wunderkauf App – Datenschutzerklärung

1. Access data (server log files)

When using our apps, that data is collected, which is automatically sent by your browser during the use process, and is required for the use of our services. This data includes the IP-address, the installation ID, location, operating system, platform (iOS, Android, Windows) device model, app version and date and time of the usage of our services.

We save this data in an anonymized form and use it for statistical evaluations and for operational purposes, the security and optimisation of our services.

2. Push messages

2.1 Operating mode of the push notification services

The push message is for apps, what a newsletter is for websites. After the app has been downloaded the mobile end device registers itself at the corresponding push-service for the platform (iOS – Apple Push Notification Service; Android – Google Cloud Messaging; Windows – Windows Push Notification Services (WNS)). The service then sends the registration-ID (Android) respectively the token (iOS) to the registered device, ID and/or token are sent to the server by the app and saved there in a database. If a push notification is to be sent, the server sends the desired notification with the registration-ID/token to the push service for the platform that then forwards the push notification to the respective devices.

2.2 Type of push messages

We offer to send you push notifications:

  • if your “favourite shops” publish new offers/catalogues (automated push notifications),
  • with “exclusive information”, i.e. campaigns from suppliers (manual and geo-based push notifications),
  • on offers from suppliers in whose vicinity you are at the time (geo-based push notifications).

2.3 Registration and consent

The consent is requested during the initial setup and later on occasion.

For receiving notifications you have granted following consent:

  • Barcoo app “May Barcoo send you notifications?”
  • Marktjagd app “May Marktjagd send you notifications?”

2.4 Signing off

You can, at all times, withdraw your consent for receiving push notifications using the following procedure:

  • Marktjagd|Barcoo Apps/settings/favourite shops
  • Marktjagd|Barcoo Apps/settings/exclusive information

Via the operating system you can, at all times, withdraw your consent for receiving push notifications using the following procedure:

  • iOS/settings/Marktjagd|Barcoo/notifications/opt out
  • Android/settings/apps/Marktjagd|Barcoo/notifications/opt out
  • Windows/settings/notifications&actions/opt out

3. Location data

3.1 Purpose of collecting data

To be able to notify of suppliers and offers in your vicinity and to send you geo-location based information via push notification,we need to know your location. Without the localisation your location – either via manual input of your location or via automatic location determination – you cannot use the services offered by Marktjagd app| Barcoo app. To be able to inform you of suppliers’ offers in your vicinity by means of push notification, we also need your location even if you are not using the app at the time.

3.2 Type of data collection

After installing the app you will be asked whether you want to grant access to your location (opt-in). You can agree or decline. If you agree your location will be determined automatically using a positioning service. If you decline you can enter your location manually.

You have possibly submitted following permission:

  • Barcoo app “May Barcoo access your location, even when you are not using the app?”
  • Marktjagd app “May Marktjagd access your location, even when you are not using the app?”

3.3 Revocation of permission

You can deactivate the automatic location detection at any time.

In the apps:

  • Marktjagd my Marktjagd/my location change/determine location when starting -> opt out
  • Barcoo my Barcoo/my location change/determine location when starting -> opt out

In the browser:

  • iOS/settings/data protection/location services/Marktjagd|Barcoo/allow access to location/never or when using the app or always
  • Android/settings/apps/Marktjagd|Barcoo/authorisation/location
  • Windows/settings/position recognition (setting No. 1) and/or location services (setting No. 2) and apps (setting No. 3)

4. Offerista Tracking Tool

We use a tracking tool to collect data on your usage pattern. We collect following data:

  • Actions performed
  • SessionID
  • Uuid (randomly generated index number)
  • Time
  • Location data
  • App version
  • Brand

We use this data to analyse and evaluate the apps’ functions by creating user profiles for the purpose of advertising, market research or for the needs-based design of our services.

5. Google Analytics

Our services use Google Analytics, a web analysis service from Google Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses so-called cookies, small text files that are stored in your end device’s browser that enable the analysis of how you use our services. For this Google uses their own cookies (Google-Analytics-Cookies). An overview of the cookies used can be found under: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage?hl=de.
The information generated by the cookie on how you use our services is usually transferred to a Google server in the USA and stored there.

Google uses this information on our account to evaluate how you use our services. Google compiles reports on your activities within our services and delivers additional services in connection with the use of the services and the use of internet. In doing so Google also creates pseudonymous user profiles from the data processed. Furthermore, within the scope of the Google advertising services, the pseudonymous data is temporarily linked to your Google account and an ID authorised by Google, to be able to offer you cross-device personalised advertising.

For Google Analytics we have activated the anonymisation. This means that Google abbreviates the IP addresses of users in the member states of the European Union and the states party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area. Only in exceptional cases is the unabbreviated IP address transmitted to Google and abbreviated there. The IP-address is not linked with other data.

You can reject the saving of cookies using your browser. In addition, you can prevent Google from collecting and saving the data on your use of our services, generated by the cookie, by downloading and installing the browser add-ons available via the following link: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=de. Under the link you can find additional information on deactivating Google Analytics.

Please note: As soon as you delete your cookies the opt-out cookie is also deleted and you must possibly set it again to prevent a collection of data.

You can find more information on the way Google uses data for advertising purposes, settings and the possibilities of objection on the Google websites: https://www.google.com/intl/de/policies/privacy/partners/ (“Use of data by Google on your use of our partners’ websites or apps”), http://www.google.com/policies/technologies/ads (“Use of data for advertising purposes”).

6. Google AdWords-Remarketing

We use Google AdWords – Remarketing, a service of Google Inc. (1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA; in the following “Google”). This service enable Offerista to address users with focused advertisements (so-called personalised advertising). Whereby the advertisements are focused on users who have already installed the Offerista apps on their end devices. The advertisements are displayed if the user looks at other mobile apps in the Google display network. For this Google uses cookies. These are small files with a numerical series that are saved in the browser on your end device. By means of the cookies no personal data is collected or saved.
Users can revoke the use of cookies by Google, effective for the future, at any time.
In the browser:

  • Android Gingerbread, HoneyComb, Ice Cream, KitKat and Lollipop (Android versions 2.3 and above): Google Settings / Ads / Opt out of interest-based ads / opt out
  • iOS (starting with version 6): Settings / data protection / advertising / no ad-tracking / opt in
  • Windows: System applications / advertising ID /opt out

Further information on Google remarketing and Google’s data protection declaration can be found under: http://www.google.com/privacy/ads/.

7. Google Adwords conversion tracking

We use Google AdWords Conversion Tracking, a service of Google Inc. (1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA; in the following “Google”). Conversion Tracking is a service that enables us to record what happens after a user clicks on one of our advertisements, e.g. whether you afterwards install our app and when you open it for the first time. Furthermore we can record which keywords, advertisement, advertisement groups and campaigns led to which user action.
If you click on one of our advertisements in Google search or on a selected internet site of the Google display network, a temporary cookie is saved on your end device (Conversion-Cookie). If you complete an action, our system recognises the (via the code-snippet inserted by you) and records a conversion. Cookies for the conversion tracking are only valid for 30 days. By means of the cookies no personal data is collected and/or saved. Accordingly we cannot assign the conversion data to a certain user, instead we only have access to the complete data for advertisements and keywords.
You can, at all times, revoke the conversion tracking for the future, or deactivate the function in the browser of your end device:

  • Android Gingerbread, HoneyComb, Ice Cream, KitKat and Lollipop (Android versions 2.3 and above): Google Settings / Ads / Opt out of interest-based ads / opt out
  • iOS (starting with version 6): Settings / data protection / advertising / no ad-tracking / opt in
  • Windows: System applications / advertising ID /opt out

Further information on Google remarketing and Google’s data protection declaration can be found under: http://www.google.com/privacy/ads/.

8. AdSense mobil application

We use Google AdSense, a service of Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mountain View, CA 94043, USA (“Google”), that enables the integration of advertisements on our internet sites. AdSense uses cookies that are saved in your end device’s browser. Using cookies your user behaviour, that is details on the way you have used our services, for example search queries and click frequency and your IP address, is recorded.
Google saves the data collected on a server in the USA and possibly forwards it to partner companies.
You can, at all times, revoke the use of cookies for the future, or deactivate the function in the browser of your end device:

  • Android Gingerbread, HoneyComb, Ice Cream, KitKat and Lollipop (Android versions 2.3 and above): Google Settings / Ads / Opt out of interest-based ads / opt out
  • iOS (starting with version 6): Settings / data protection / advertising / no ad-tracking / opt in
  • Windows: System applications / advertising ID /opt out

Further information on Google remarketing and Google’s data protection declaration can be found under: http://www.google.com/privacy/ads/.

9. Google advertising functions and DoubleClick cookie

Within the scope of Google advertising functions (AdWords, AdSense) Google uses a so-called third party doubleclick-Cookie. If you call up an internet page and open an advertisement of the Google advertising network or click on it, a doubleclick-cookie is saved in the browser of your end device. Most cookies have an unambiguous identity, the so-called cookie-ID. This a series of characters that assigns internet sites and server to the browser in which the cookie is saved. As a result it is possible to differentiate between browsers with different cookies, and each browser can be clearly identified based on the unambiguous cookie-ID. By means of the doubleclick-cookies your user behaviour is recorded to help us improve the posting and management of advertisements, i.e. you receive relevant adverts and the repeated display of one and the same advertisement is avoided.
Doubleclick-cookies do not contain any personal information. Inasmuch that you have accepted the cookie information, the information linked to the doubleclick-cookie is added to your Google account and linked to Google Analytics data.
You can, at all times, revoke the use of cookies for the future, or deactivate the function in the browser of your end device:

  • Android Gingerbread, HoneyComb, Ice Cream, KitKat and Lollipop (Android versions 2.3 and above): Google Settings / Ads / Opt out of interest-based ads / opt out
  • iOS (starting with version 6): Settings / data protection / advertising / no ad-tracking / opt in
  • Windows: System applications / advertising ID /opt out

For more information on doubleclick-cookies go to: https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/2839090.

10. AppsFlyer

Our services use AppsFlyer, an analysis service from AppsFlyer Ltd. The information on the use of the apps, generated by AppsFlyer, is normally transmitted to a server outside Germany and is saved there. In the code we have activated the IP anonymisation, so that the user’s IP address is abbreviated before it is saved by AppsFlyer Ltd. Google and AppsFlyer will use the anonymous information on our account to evaluate the use of the apps, and to compile reports for us on your activities in the apps.

If you do not want to authorise the use by AppsFlyer send an email to privacy@appsflyer.com. For information on data protection at Google go to https://www.google.de/intl/de/policies/privacy/.

11. Crashlytics

We use “Crashlytics” from Crashlytics Inc, US. Crashlytics identifies software problems and their reason. Crashlytics collects data such as: Device status information, end device type, device identification and save this in a pseudonymous form. For further information on Crashlytic’s data protection instructions go to: http://try.crashlytics.com/terms/privacy-policy.pdf.

12. App-Lift Retargeting – information exclusively for Marktjagd App/Android

We use the Retargeting service from the AppLift GmbH, Rosenstraße 17, 10178 Berlin, Germany. We use the service to post our users personalised advertisements while they are using other apps. The AppLift GmbH does not use any personal data, instead only anonymous data such as: post-install events, user segments, country, city, language, device name, device type, os name and version, timestamps, app lifetime session count and gaids.

13. Mixpanel

Our services use Mixpanel, as service from the Mixpanel Inc., 405 Howard St, Floor 2 San Francisco, CA 94105, USA. Mixpanel uses, among others, cookies, small text files that are stored in your end device’s browser that enable the analysis of how you use our services. The information generated by the cookie on how you use our services is usually transferred to a Mixpanel Inc. server in the USA and stored there. The Mixpanel Inc. may also pass this information on to third parties in so far as is prescribed by law or inasmuch that a processing of this data by third parties takes place. You can prevent the collection and forwarding of the personal data (especially your IP-address) as well as the processing of this data, by deactivating the execution of Java script in your browser or by installing a tool such as “NoScript”. For further information on data protection when using Mixpanel go to: https://mixpanel.com/privacy/. An opt-out option is available under the following link: https://mixpanel.com/privacy/.

14. Adsquare

To improve the quality of our offerings and to personalise the advertising, user information, based on anonymous user information, is forwarded to cooperation partners, e.g. the adsquare GmbH. If you would like to know more or revoke this use click here: http://www.adsquare.com/privacy/

15. Participation in the loyalty programme

In the Marktjagd app (Android) and the Wunderkauf app (Android) you can collect loyalty points within the scope of our loyalty programme and exchange these for awards For claiming and having the award shipped it is necessary that you give us your email address and, for postal shipment, your address.
Offerista only uses your data for the intended purpose. We only forward your data to the cadooz GmbH Osterbekstrasse 90b, 22083 Hamburg for the purpose of contract fulfilment – shipment of awards. Further information on the data protection provisions at Cadooz can be found under: https://www.cadooz.com/datenschutz/.

We delete your data at the latest 30 days after receiving the purpose mentioned above has been fulfilled.

16. Information exclusively for iOS apps

16.1 Using Apple iCloud

In your iOS apps Offerista uses the iCloud for the storage of an unambiguous, anonymous user ID. The user ID is a randomly generated but unambiguous number. Offerista guarantees that the user ID is only saved within the scope of your personal iCloud account. The data protection provisions from Apple for the saving of data in the iCloud apply. Information from Apple on the data protection for the iCloud can be found under: https://support.apple.com/de-de/HT202303 and https://www.apple.com/de/privacy/.

The user ID is saved in a special directory, in your personal iCloud directory, to which Offerista has no access. The saving of the user ID in the iCloud serves exclusively for the synchronisation of data between more than one end device on which you execute an iOS app.

The iCloud functionality can be deactivated using the system settings of your iOS end device:

After deactivation, the data is no longer saved in your personal iCloud directory, and a synchronisation of the data between your personal iOS end devices no longer takes place.

16.2 Synchronisation via the programming interface

If you add or delete a favourite shop in an app, we will use your user ID to synchronise this between your iCloud and the app by means of a programming interface. We can thus ensure a cross-device access to your favourite shops, without us being able to assign this data to your as a person.

17. Information exclusively for Windows apps

17.1 Using Microsoft OneDrive

In their Windows 10 apps Offerista uses an unambiguous, anonymous user ID for the synchronisation of personal settings and data between various Windows 10 devices which have Microsoft OneDrive functionality. The user ID is a randomly generated, unambiguous number. The saving of the user ID in OneDrive serves exclusively for the synchronisation of data between more than one end device on which you execute an Windows 10 app. Offerista guarantees that the user ID is only saved within the scope of your personal OneDrive account. The data protection provisions from Microsoft for the saving of data in OneDrive apply. The user ID is saved in a special directory, in your personal OneDrive directory, to which Offerista has no access. This functionality can be deactivated using the system settings of your Windows 10 end device: Data that you then collect is no longer saved in your personal OneDrive directory, and a synchronisation of the data between your personal Windows 10 app end devices no longer takes place.

17.2 Synchronisation via the programming interface

If you add or delete a favourite shop in the Windows 10 app, we will use your user ID to synchronise this on your OneDrive with our API. We can thus ensure a cross-device access to your favourite shops, without us being able to assign this data to your as a person.

18. Barcoo App – QR Code/Barcode scanner

In order that you can use our QR code/barcode scanner we need access to the camera in your end device. After clicking on the “Scan barcode” icon we will ask you whether you would like to give us following consent.
Android:
“Enable barcoo to record photographs and videos”
iOS
“May Barcoo access your camera? But don’t worry! We ONLY need access to your camera to scan barcodes and QR-codes. We will not be spying on you:).”
You can revoke this consent at any time in the future using the settings in the browser:

  • iOS/settings/data protection/camera/Barcoo/opt out
  • Android/settings/apps/Barcoo/authorisations/opt out
  • Windows/settings/data protection/camera/Barcoo/opt out

After a code has been scanned the corresponding product page is opened. For this we use cookies. Cookies are text files that are saved in your end device’s browser.

19. Contact details for queries

If you send us a query we only use your contact data for processing your query. After completion of the reply process we delete your contact data.

D – Websites Offerista.com|Marktjagd.de|Barcoo.com|Barcoo.at – Data protection declaration

1. Access data (server log files)

When using our services, that data is recorded, which is automatically sent by your browser during the use process, and is required for the use of our services. This data especially includes the URL, the type of browser, the browser version, the requesting provider, the IP address and the date and time when our services were used.

We save this data in a pseudonymous form and use it for the creation of usage profiles for advertising purposes and the needs-based design of our services. The usage profiles are not linked the data in the storage medium for pseudonyms and not given to third parties.

2. Newsletter – Marktjagd.de |Offerista.com

2.1 Marktjagd.de

Withe the “Offer alarm” we inform you, free of charge, of new offers. If you would like to subscribe to our newsletter, we need a valid email address from you. We do not collect any other data. To receive the newsletter you have given following consent:

“Yes, I would like be informed of offers, free of charge and without obligation, and accept the data protection provisions.”

2.2 Offerista.com

With the Offerista newsletter we keep you informed of the latest trends in digital trade marketing. If you would like to subscribe to this newsletter we need your forename and surname and a valid email address. We do not collect any other data. To receive the newsletter you have given following consent:

“Yes, I would like be informed, free of charge and without obligation, and accept the data protection provisions.”

2.3 Cancelling and deleting the data

You can cancel the newsletter yourself, at any time, via a link in the newsletter. We delete your data Immediately after you have cancelled the newsletter.

3. Use of cookies

When you visit our website for the first time we save a cookie on your computer. Cookies are small text files which simplify the use of our services or actually make this possible.

We use a SessionCookie. This cookie only contains the session ID and enables the identification of your browser during your visit to our website, so that when changing pages data must not be entered again. The data is deleted after 2 months. Personal data is not saved in this cookie.

You can block the use of the cookie using your browser.

4. Google Analytics

Our services use Google Analytics, a web analysis service from Google Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses so-called cookies, small text files that are stored in your end device’s browser that enable the analysis of how you use our services. For this Google uses their own cookies (Google-Analytics-Cookies). An overview of the cookies used can be found under: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage?hl=de.
The information generated by the cookie on how you use our services is usually transferred to a Google server in the USA and stored there.

Google uses this information on our account to evaluate how you use our services. Google compiles reports on your activities within our services and delivers additional services in connection with the use of the services and the use of internet. In doing so Google also creates pseudonymous user profiles from the data processed. Furthermore, within the scope of the Google advertising services, the pseudonymous data is temporarily linked to your Google account and an ID authorised by Google, to be able to offer you cross-device personalised advertising.

For Google Analytics we have activated the anonymisation. This means that Google abbreviates the IP addresses of users in the member states of the European Union and the states party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area. Only in exceptional cases is the unabbreviated IP address transmitted to Google and abbreviated there. The IP-address is not linked with other data.

You can reject the saving of cookies using your browser. In addition, you can prevent Google from collecting and saving the data on your use of our services, generated by the cookie, by downloading and installing the browser add-ons available via the following link: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=de. Under the link you can find additional information on deactivating Google Analytics.

Please note: As soon as you delete your cookies the opt-out cookie is also deleted and you must possibly set it again to prevent a collection of data.

You can find more information on the way Google uses data for advertising purposes, settings and the possibilities of objection on the Google websites: https://www.google.com/intl/de/policies/privacy/partners/ (“Use of data by Google on your use of our partners’ websites or apps”), http://www.google.com/policies/technologies/ads (“Use of data for advertising purposes”).

5. Google AdWords-Remarketing

Cookies are small text files that are saved in your end device’s browser. These save cues certain usage of websites anonymously. No personal data is saved. For the cross-device remarketing, your data is linked with Google Analytics data and Google authenticated IDs collected.
For the cross-device remarketing, your browsing history with your Google account is temporarily linked with Google Analytics data and with an ID authenticated by Google.
You can permanently revoke the use of cookies by Google, effective for the future, at any time. You can access the deactivation function via the following links, and following the instructions given there:
https://www.google.com/settings/u/0/ads/authenticated or
https://support.google.com/ads/answer/2662922?hl=de
doubleclick:
https://www.google.com/settings/u/0/ads/authenticated?hl=de#display_optout.
Alternatively you can deactivate the use of cookies by third parties by calling up the deactivation page of the network advertising initiative: http://www.networkadvertising.org/choices/ and using the opt-out possibilities mentioned there.
You can also prevent the installation of cookies by selecting the appropriate setting in your browser. The use of our website and services is then, however, perhaps only possible to a limited extent.
More information on data protection by Google can be found under: https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/6020956.

6. Google AdWords conversion tracking

We use Google AdWords Conversion Tracking, a service of Google Inc. (1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA; in the following “Google”). Conversion Tracking is a service that enables us to record what happens after a user clicks on one of our advertisements. Furthermore we can record which keywords, advertisement, advertisement groups and campaigns led to which user action. For the conversion tracking we have integrated a Conversion-Tracking-Tag or Code-Snippet on our website.
If you click on one of our advertisements in Google search or on a selected internet site of the Google display network a temporary cookie is saved on your end device (Conversion-Cookie). If you complete an action, our system recognises the (via the code-snippet inserted by you) and records a conversion. Cookies for the conversion tracking are only valid for 30 days. By means of the cookies no personal data is collected and/or saved. Accordingly we cannot assign the conversion data to a certain user, instead we only have access to the complete data for advertisements and keywords.
You can revoke the conversion tracking, for the future, by clicking on the following links and following the instructions given there: https://www.google.com/settings/u/0/ads/authenticated https://support.google.com/ads/answer/2662922?hl=de
You can also prevent the installation of cookies by selecting the appropriate setting in your browser. The use of our website and services is then, however, perhaps only possible to a limited extent.

7. Google AdSense

We use Google AdSense, a service of Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mountain View, CA 94043, USA (“Google”), that enables the integration of advertisements on our internet sites. AdSense uses cookies that are saved in your end device’s browser. Using cookies your user behaviour, that is details on the way you have used our services, for example search queries and click frequency and your IP address, is recorded.
Google saves the data collected on a server in the USA and possibly forwards it to partner companies.
You can permanently revoke the use of cookies, effective for the future, at any time. You can access the deactivation function via the following links, and following the instructions given there:
https://www.google.com/settings/u/0/ads/authenticated https://support.google.com/ads/answer/2662922?hl=de
Alternatively you can deactivate the use of cookies by third parties by calling up the deactivation page of the network advertising initiative: http://www.networkadvertising.org/choices/ and using the opt-out possibilities mentioned there.
You can also prevent the installation of cookies by selecting the appropriate setting in your browser. The use of our website and services is then, however, perhaps only possible to a limited extent.
More information on data protection and cookies for advertising in Google AdSense can be found in Google’s data protection declaration, especially under the following links:
http://www.google.de/policies/privacy/partners/
http://www.google.de/intl/de/policies/technologies/ads.

8. Google advertising functions and DoubleClick cookie

Within the scope of Google advertising functions (AdWords, AdSense) Google uses a so-called third party doubleclick-Cookie. If you call up an internet page and open an advertisement of the Google advertising network or click on it, a doubleclick-cookie is saved in the browser of your end device. Most cookies have an unambiguous identity, the so-called cookie-ID. This a series of characters that assigns internet sites and server to the browser in which the cookie is saved. As a result it is possible to differentiate between browsers with different cookies, and each browser can be clearly identified based on the unambiguous cookie-ID. By means of the doubleclick-cookies your user behaviour is recorded to help us improve the posting and management of advertisements, i.e. you receive relevant adverts and the repeated display of one and the same advertisement is avoided.
Doubleclick-cookies do not contain any personal information. Inasmuch that you have accepted the cookie information, the information linked to the doubleclick-cookie is added to your Google account and linked to Google Analytics data.
You can permanently revoke the use of DoubleClick-cookies, effective for the future, at any time. You can access the deactivation function via the following links, and following the instructions given there: https://www.google.com/settings/u/0/ads/authenticated?hl=de#display_optout.
Alternatively you can deactivate the use of cookies by third parties by calling up the deactivation page of the network advertising initiative: http://www.networkadvertising.org/choices/ and using the opt-out possibilities mentioned there.
You can also prevent the installation of cookies by selecting the appropriate setting in your browser. The use of our website and services is then, however, perhaps only possible to a limited extent.
For more information on DoubleClick cookies go to: https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/2839090.

9. LinkedIn conversion tracking and retargeting

Our website Offerista.com uses the Conversion-Tracking technology and, built on this, the Retargeting-function “Matched audience” from the LinkedIn Corporation („LinkedIn”). The technology is designed to provide visitors to the Linkedin career network website with interest-focused advertisements. Furthermore the operators of this Linkedin website receive anonymous reports on the performance of the advertisements and information on how you interact with this website. For this the Insight-Tag from Linkedin was integrated into this website. When visiting the website – providing that you are, in parallel, logged into your Linkedin account – a link to the Linkedin servers is created via this tag. Thus Linkedin assigns your visit to the website to your personal user account. For more information on the collection and use of data by Linkedin, and about your rights and options to protect your privacy, please refer to the data protection provisions of Linkedin at https://www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy. Alternatively you can cancel interest-based advertising on Linkedin under https://www.linkedin.com/psettings/enhanced-advertising. For this you must be logged on at Linkedin.

10. Contact details for queries

If you send us a query we only use your contact data for processing your query. After completion of the reply process we delete your contact data.

11. Notes exclusively for Marktjagd.de and Barcoo.at

11.1 Location data

In order to be able to show you offers and prices in your vicinity we need your location. Without the details of your location you will not be able to use, or only have limited use, of the offering in the website www.marktjagd.de or www.barcoo.at.

After opening the website you will be asked whether we may determine your location. You can agree or decline. If you agree your location will be determined using a positioning service. If you decline you can enter your location manually.

You have possibly submitted following permission:

“Should your location be forwarded to this website?”
You can deactivate the automatic location detection at any time as follows.
Firefox/button “auto-location”/”Never forward the location to this website”

11.2 Offerista Tracking Tool

We use a tracking tool to collect data on your usage pattern. We collect following data:

  • Actions performed
  • SessionID
  • Uuid (randomly generated index number)
  • Time
  • Location data
  • Browser-Version.

We use this data to analyse and evaluate the apps’ functions by creating user profiles for the purpose of advertising, market research or for the needs-based design of our services.

12. WhatsApp-subscription-service

If desired, Offerista sends you WhatsApp messages with information on new catalogues. The news is sent by the WhatsBroadcast GmbH („WhatsBroadcast“), Otto-Lindenmeyer-Str. 28, 86153 Augsburg.

To use the WhatsApp subscription service the WhatsApp messenger must be installed. By installing the messenger you accept supplier’s the conditions of use and the data protection provisions, which are beyond Offerista’s control.

Following data is collected: the user name provided to the messenger platform (can contain your forename and surname), your telephone number, the device you use and all messages sent to the service and all the messages you have read and clicked on. Any further information that you provide individually for the respective chat is also automatically saved. Of your personal data only your name, your phone number and your messages sent are visible for Offerista.

We only use your data for automatically sending individual WhatsApp messages. Your data is not disclosed to any third parties. Only in exceptional cases do we inform active subscribers, also via SMS, of system changes, for this we forward your telephone number to an SMS messaging service exclusively for this purpose.

For receiving WhatsApp notifications you have granted following consent:

“By sending the “Start” message via WhatsApp, you agree to Offerista using your personal data to send you WhatsApp messages.”

You have, at all times, the possibility of ending the WhatsApp subscription-service by sending the message with “Stop” in the messenger. You will not receive an further information from us until you register again.

You can delete all your data that is saved by sending a message with the text “DELETE ALL DATA” via your messenger.

Further information on the WhatsBroadcast data protection provisions can be found under: Data protection information from WhatsBroadcast.

13. Facebook’s visitors action pixel

With your consent we use the “Visitor action pixel” from the Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA (“Facebook”). With the aid of this, we can track the actions of users, after they have seen or clicked on a Facebook advertisement. Thus we can record the effectiveness of the Facebook advertisements for statistical and market research purposes. The data thus recorded is anonymous for us, that is to say we do not see the personal data of the individual users. This data, however, is stored and processed by Facebook, about which we will, to the best of our knowledge, inform you. Facebook can link this data with your Facebook account and use it for their own advertising purposes, in accordance with Facebook’s data protection provisions, https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/. You can enable Facebook and their partners to post advertisements on and outside of Facebook. Furthermore a cookie can be saved on your computer for this purpose.

Consent may only be given by users who are older than 13 years. If you are younger, please ask your parent or guardian for advice.

Please click here if you would like to revoke your consent: https://www.facebook.com/settings/?tab=ads#_=_