We appreaciate your interest in the Ambassadors’ Institute of Foreign Languages (AIFL) and assure you that we abide by the legal regulations of Germany’s laws governing data protection (BDSG) and teleservices (TMG).
Object of data protection
The object of data protection is personally-identifiable information. Section 3,1 of the BDSG defines this as information concerning the personal or related affairs of a particular or identifiable individual person. This includes items such as your name, postal address, e-mail address or telephone number and, if applicable, your user details and IP address.
Scope of data obtained and stored
You will not normally be required to provide personally-identifiable details in order to use our website. We may, however, require certain personally-identifiable details in order to be able to provide you with our services. This also applies both to the sending of information and to responses to individual enquiries.
If you ask us to supply a service, we will only obtain and store your personally-identifiable data if and to the extent that this is required in order to provide the service or fulfil the contractual commitment concerned. This may involve passing your personally-identifiable data on to other organisations engaged by us to deliver the service or fulfil the contractual commitment concerned.
Right of access and right of withdrawal
You have a right to obtain information kept about you free of charge and without having to provide any reasons. You are entitled at any time to have your data held by us blocked, corrected or deleted. You are also entitled, at any time and without giving reasons, to withdraw any consent that you might have given to us regarding the collection and use of data concerning you. We are at your complete disposal to answer any questions that you might have regarding data protection and the processing of your personally-identifiable information.
Please note that the guidelines and regulations covering data protection (such as those governing the use of Google, etc.) can change at any time. We therefore strongly recommend that you keep yourself regularly informed of any changes regarding legislation in this area and/or the business practices of organisations such as Google.
The contents of this website have full copyright protection. Any misuse of any part of the contents will be liable to prosecution.
Liability / Link Disclaimer
AIFL accepts no liability for the users of this website transferring any undetected computer viruses to their servers.
While AIFL makes the most meticulous checks on contents, it cannot accept any liability for the contents of external links. The operators of the linked pages bear sole responsibility for the contents of those pages.