Good to know
Architrave GmbH takes the protection of your personal data very seriously. We treat it confidentially and in accordance with the legal data protection regulations.Your trust is very important for us, therefore we would like to inform you comprehensively and transparently about the processing and protection of your personal data within the scope of the newsletter.
Who is responsible?
Responsible in the sense of the GDPR is:
Architrave GmbH., Bouchéstraße 12, 12435 Berlin
Phone: +49 (0)30 340 4609-00
Data protection officer
We have appointed a data protection officer to ensure compliance with data protection regulations. He is available at any time for questions and suggestions.
Data protection officer:
Bouchéstraße 12, 12435 Berlin
Description of the processing
The processing of your data serves exclusively the dispatch of the newsletter. In addition to interesting information on the topics of digital real estate management, this newsletter naturally also contains information on our services and offers.
If you register to receive our newsletter, we store only your email address. You can voluntarily provide further information that will enable us to address a specific target group. This gives you the option of using the service pseudonymously.
After your registration, your data will be forwarded, at first briefly, to our service provider Mailchimp to send you a confirmation mail. This mail is part of our double opt-in process which serves to prevent misuse of your e-mail address as well as to fulfill our accountability obligations. For this purpose, the date of registration and the IP address from which the registration was created are stored. After we receive your confirmation, your data will be stored by the service provider until revoked.
Why two consents and why Mailchimp?
According to the case law of the ECJ (judgment of 16.07.2020, Ref.: C-311/18 ("Schrems II")), there is no adequate level of data protection in the USA. Furthermore, government surveillance measures may occur in the USA, where no adequate legal protection can be claimed against these measures. The data processing in the USA in connection with our newsletter is in this respect based on your consent within the meaning of Art. 49 (1) a) GDPR. In order to grant a maximum degree of transparency, a separate consent to these risks by you is necessary.
In the context of the above-mentioned case law, we have of course also examined the move to a European alternative. However, in the course of the selection process, we unfortunately discovered some significant security and functional deficiencies as well as the use of numerous US service providers as subcontractors. For these reasons, we have decided to refrain from switching for the time being.
Through Mailchimp itself, the following personal data is stored:
- Date of the last profile update
- Language (The data comes from Mailchimp, usually this is not detected. Unfortunately, this function cannot be deactivated for us).
- Location of the client used (The data comes from Mailchimp based on the IP address used. For us, unfortunately, this function can not be disabled).
- Preferred email client (The data comes from Mailchimp (determined from the opt-in email) Unfortunately, this function cannot be deactivated for us).
- Preferred email format (HTML / Plaintext Unfortunately, this function cannot be deactivated for us).
You can get more information about Mailchimp here: https://mailchimp.com
Analysis and evaluation
In order to keep the newsletter as interesting as possible for you, we measure and store the opening and click rates, i.e. if and when you opened the newsletter and which contents of the newsletter you clicked on and when. Of course, we do not sell this data to third parties.
Unsubscribing from the newsletter
Every newsletter email contains an unsubscribe link that allows you to unsubscribe at any time. Of course, you can also unsubscribe from the newsletter by writing directly to email@example.com.
Within the framework of the applicable legal provisions, you have the right at any time to free information about your stored personal data, their origin and recipient and the purpose of data processing and, if applicable, a right to correction, blocking or deletion of this data.