1.2. The personal data that are processed by Oberst, are the name and username.
2.1. Oberst collects personal data of a User when the User in question has given these personal data through the Website to Oberst.
2.2. Oberst uses the personal data for the following purposes:
i) to fulfil requests from the User for information or services;
ii) to fulfil orders;
iii) to send newsletters and other communications to the User;
3.1. In some cases Oberst asks explicitly for consent to be able to use certain personal data. When the User is younger than 16 years old, the User needs the consent of his or her parent or guardian in those cases to give the personal data to Oberst. The parent or guardian can in that case always adjust or remove the data given to Oberst.
4.1. Oberst will not pass the personal details of its User to third parties, unless:
ii) Oberst is bound to pass personal data to the authorised instances based on legal obligations.
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7.1. The User has the right to access, correct, add, remove and protect his or her personal data, in accordance with the determined in the Privacy Protection Act.
7.3. Users can unsubscribe from the newsletter by clicking a link in the newsletter itself or by sending an e-mail to privacy [at] oberst.com.
8.1. Oberst saves personal data of a User during (i) the period that Oberst has a relationship with the User, or if the User unsubscribed: (ii) a period of 6 months after the last visit to the Website, unless Oberst is obliged to keep personal data longer than that based on a legal provision.
9.1. Oberst has taken fitting technical and organisational measures to secure the personal data of User against loss or unlawful processing.