The following conditions apply to the use of our website:
1. Freely accessible content on our website
As far as nothing else is agreed between us and the user, we assume no responsibility for the topicality, correctness, completeness, quality and constant availability of the information provided on our website. We reserve the right to modify, supplement, delete parts of the website or all of the freely accessible offer without a separate announcement or to temporarily or permanently block access to the website.
2. Copyright and trademark rights
All contents of the present website (texts, pictures, graphics, logos, etc.) as well as the layout of this website are protected by copyright and / or trademark law in our favor or in individual cases also in favor of third parties. It is not permitted to duplicate, distribute, modify or otherwise exploit the contents of this website in whole or in part, in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of us or the copyright holder, beyond the strict limits of copyright and mere display in the browser.
It is only permitted to make links to our website if it remains clear that the linked content is provided by us. Links through so-called framing or in a comparable form are therefore prohibited.
3. References and links
For direct or indirect references to other websites (hyperlinks), which are operated by third parties and therefore outside our area of responsibility, as well as external contributions from users in guest books, discussion forums, mailing lists, etc. it is foreign content on which we have no influence, which we therefore do not own and for which we assume no liability. If the linked external websites and / or user contributions contain illegal or punishable contents, we dissociate ourselves from these contents expressly. After gaining knowledge, we will deactivate the corresponding link.
4. Data protection
If there is the possibility of entering personal data (name, address, e-mail address, etc.) within our website, the disclosure of this data by the user is on a voluntary basis. The personal data collected in the context of this website will be used for the purpose of processing the contract and processing enquiries. In addition, the data will only be passed on to third parties with the express consent of the user.
Cookies are used in the closed customer area of our website in order to make our offers more available to the user and to adapt them to their needs, which allows a customer to be recognized for the duration of their visit.
A cookie is a small text file sent by WWW servers when you visit a website. These cookies are designed to make online online offerings more user-friendly, effective and secure. The cookies do not contain any personal data or any personal information, so it is not possible to identify the user solely with the information obtained from the cookies.
If the Autologine option is used, INNOWOOD sets a cookie, which is then stored to enable the automatic login (permanent cookie).
The user can use the corresponding browser function to adjust how his browser should generally handle cookies. If the user deletes cookies or sets the browser to reject cookies, this may result in restrictions on online services.
Should the user activate the autologist, a cookie would also be set in which the user’s registration data is stored in order to recognize the user when they are reused so that they no longer have to log in. The user can disable the autologist at any time once he has turned it on.
We are committed to the security of your data. In order to prevent unauthorized access or disclosure, to ensure the accuracy of the data and to ensure the legitimate use of the data, we have established appropriate technical and organisational procedures to ensure that the data we use Ask, secure and protect online. However, we cannot accept any responsibility or liability for the disclosure of your data beyond our control due to errors in the transfer of data and/. or for unauthorized access by third parties outside our sphere of influence.