Data privacy information
Deutsche Telekom AG attaches great importance to protecting your personal data. We always inform you what personal data we collect, how your data is used, and how you can influence the process.
1. What data is recorded, how is it used, and how long is it stored?
a) Technical characteristics: When you visit our websites, the web server
temporarily records the domain name or
your computer’s IP address, the file requested (file name and URL) by the client, the http response
the website from which you are visiting us.
The recorded data is used solely for data security purposes, particularly to protect against attempted attacks on our web server (Article 6 (1f) GDPR). We do not use it to create individual user profiles nor do we share this information with third parties. It is erased after seven days at the latest. We reserve the right to statistically analyze anonymized data records.
2. Where can I find the information that is important to me?
This data privacy information provides an overview of the items which apply to
Deutsche Telekom processing your
data in this web portal.
Further information, including information on data protection for specific products, is available at www.telekom.com/en/corporate-responsibility/data-protection-data-security/data-protection and www.telekom.com/en/deutsche-telekom/privacy-policy-1744
3. Who is responsible for data processing? Who should I contact if I have any queries regarding data privacy at Deutsche Telekom?
Deutsche Telekom AG acts as the data controller. If you have any queries, please contact our Customer Services department or the Global Data Privacy Officer, Dr. Claus D. Ulmer, Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 140, 53113 Bonn, Germany, email@example.com
4. What rights do I have?
You have the right
- a) To request information on the categories of personal data concerned, the purposes of the processing, any recipients of the data, and the envisaged storage period (Art. 15 GDPR);
- b) To request that incorrect or incomplete data be rectified or supplemented (Article 16 GDPR);
- c) To withdraw consent at any time with effect for the future (Art. 7 (3) GDPR);
- d) To object to the processing of data on the grounds of legitimate interests, for reasons relating to your particular situation (Article 21 (1) GDPR);
- e) To request the erasure of data in certain cases under Art. 17 GDPR – especially if the data is no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which it was collected or is unlawfully processed, or you withdraw your consent according to (c) above or object according to (d) above;
- f) To demand, under certain circumstances, the restriction of data where erasure is not possible or the erasure obligation is disputed (Art. 18 GDPR);
- g) To data portability, i.e., you can receive the data that you provided to us in a commonly used and machine-readable format such as CSV, and can, where necessary, transfer the data to others (Art. 20 GDPR);
- h) to file a complaint about the data processing with the responsible supervisory authority (for telecommunications contracts: the German Federal Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information (Bundesbeauftragter für den Datenschutz und die Informationsfreiheit); for any other matters: State Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information, North Rhine-Westphalia (Landesbeauftragter für den Datenschutz und die Informationsfreiheit Nordrhein-Westfalen)).
5. Who does Deutsche Telekom pass my data on to?
To processors, i.e., companies we engage to process data within the legally defined
scope, Article 28 GDPR (service
providers, agents). In this case, Deutsche Telekom also remains responsible for protecting your
data. We engage
companies particularly in the following areas: IT, sales, marketing, finance, consulting, customer
logistics, and printing.
To cooperation partners who, on their own responsibility, provide services for you or in conjunction with your Deutsche Telekom contract. This is the case if you order services of these partners from us, if you consent to the involvement of the partner, or if we involve the partner on the basis of legal permission.
Owing to legal obligations: In certain cases, we are legally obliged to transfer certain data to a state authority that requests it.
6. Where is my data processed?
As a general rule, your data will be processed in Germany and other European countries.
This data privacy information was last updated February 28th, 2020.