Data privacy statement

We would like to inform you below on how we handle your personal data. We adhere to the German data privacy laws under the German Telemedia Act (TMG) and the Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG).

Gathering, processing and use of personal data

You may visit our website without giving details about who you are. We only store access data which is not personally identifiable, such as the name of your Internet service provider, the page you came from or the name of the file requested. This data is exclusively evaluated in order to improve our services, and cannot be traced back to you personally. Such data is not passed on by us to third parties. Personal details are only gathered if you voluntarily provide us with them in the course of purchasing a logo from us or when opening a customer account or subscribing to our newsletter. Without your specific consent, we use the data notified to us by you exclusively in order to fulfil and process your order. Once the order has been fully processed, and the purchase price paid in full, your data will be barred from further access, and, once the storage periods under fiscal and commercial law have expired, deleted, unless you have expressly consented to further use of your data. When subscribing to our newsletter, your e-mail address is used for our own promotional purposes, until you unsubscribe from the newsletter. You may unsubscribe at any time. You will also once again find an indication to this effect in every newsletter.

Use of cookies

In order to make your experience when you visit our website more appealing to you and enable the use of particular features, we use cookies on various pages. These are small text files, which are stored on your computer. Most of the cookies used by us are removed from your hard drive again once the browser session has been terminated (i.e. they are session-based cookies). Other cookies will remain on your computer, and enable us to recognise your computer again at your next visit (i.e. they are permanent cookies).

Google Analytics

This website makes use of Google Analytics, a web analysis service of Google Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses cookies, i.e. text files which are stored on your computer and which allow for an analysis of the use of the website by you. The information generated by the cookie on your use of this website (excluding your IP address), is transmitted to a server of Google in the USA and saved there. Google will use this information to evaluate your use of the website, to compile reports on the website activities for the website operators, and to provide further services associated with the use of the website and the use of the Internet. Google will also, if applicable, transmit such information to third parties, if the latter is statutorily required or in so far as third parties process such data on behalf of Google. Google will never associate your IP address with other data of Google. You can prevent the installation of cookies by setting your browser accordingly, however we would like to point out that, in that case, you may not be able to use all the features of this website in their entirety. By using this website you declare that you are in agreement with the processing of the data obtained about you by Google in the manner detailed above, and for the purpose specified above.

Use of Facebook plug-ins

We use a plug-in of the social network Facebook (the operator of the Facebook website is Facebook Ireland Limited, Hanover Reach, 5-7 Hanover Quay, Dublin 2, Ireland). This concerns the “Like button” that we use in connection with our website. This button enables Facebook users, among other things, to publish information about our website, or about our Facebook page, in their Facebook profile. The post is then, in turn, visible to third parties on the Facebook page, depending upon the data privacy settings. If you are a registered Facebook user and are logged in to your account, the plug-in is shown when you access the relevant page, with a connection to Facebook’s servers being automatically established thereafter. Data is transmitted to Facebook through this procedure. This in particular involves transmitting the URL of the website on which the plug-in is to be found. Facebook can, in turn, allocate such data to your Facebook profile. If you actively use the plug-in, the data is transmitted to Facebook by our website, allocated to your Facebook profile,and published on your profile page at Facebook, which implicates such data being stored with Facebook. If you do not wish any data to be transmitted to Facebook when you visit our website, we recommend you to first log out of Facebook. If you have used the plug-in, and data has been published in your Facebook profile, you can remove such an entry from your profile again.

Please also check out the information on Facebook’s website about the gathering, use, storage and processing of your personal data. You will find information on data privacy in regard to the Facebook website at:

http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/privacy/explanation.php

You agree to such use of your data.

Use of the Google +1 plug-in

We use a plug-in of the social network Google+ (the operator of the website plus.google.com is Google Inc. (“Google”), Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA). This concerns the “Google +1 plug-in” that we use in connection with our website. This button enables Google+ users, among other things, to publish information about our website in their Google+ profile. The post is then, in turn, visible to third parties on the Google+ page, depending upon the data privacy settings. If you are a registered Google+ user and are logged in to your account, the plug-in is shown when you access the relevant page, with a connection to Google’s servers being automatically established thereafter. Data is transmitted to Google through this procedure. This in particular involves transmitting the URL of the website on which the plug-in is to be found. Google can, in turn, allocate such data to your Google+ profile. If you actively use the plug-in, the data is transmitted to Google by our website, allocated to your Google+ profile,and published on your profile page at Google+, which implicates such data being stored with Google. If you do not wish any data to be transmitted to Google when you visit our website, we recommend you to first log out of Google+. If you have used the plug-in, and data has been published on your Google+ profile, you can remove such an entry from your profile again.

Please also check out the information on Google’s website about the gathering, use, storage and processing of your personal data.

You will find information on data privacy in regard to the Google website at:

http://www.google.com/intl/de/policies/privacy/

You agree to such use of your data.

Use of the Tweet button

We use a plug-in of the messaging service Twitter (the operator of the twitter.com website is Twitter Inc., 795 Folsom St., Suite 600, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA). This concerns the “Tweet button” that we use in connection with our website. This button enables Twitter users, among other things, to publish information about our website in their Twitter profile. The post is then, in turn, visible to third parties on the Twitter page, depending upon the data privacy settings. If you are a registered Twitter user and are logged in to your account, the plug-in is shown when you access the relevant page, with a connection to Twitter’s servers being automatically established thereafter. Data is transmitted to Twitter through this procedure. This in particular involves transmitting the URL of the website on which the plug-in is to be found. Twitter can, in turn, allocate such data to your Twitter profile. If you actively use the plug-in, the data is transmitted to Twitter by our website, allocated to your Twitter profile, and published on your profile page at Twitter, which implicates such data being stored with Twitter. If you do not wish any data to be transmitted to Twitter when you visit our website, we recommend you to first log out of Twitter. If you have used the plug-in, and data has been published in your Twitter profile, you can remove such an entry from your profile again.

Please also check out the information on Twitter’s website about the gathering, use, storage and processing of your personal data. You will find information on data privacy in regard to the Twitter website at: http://twitter.com/privacy

You agree to such use of your data.

Use of the “Pin it” button

We use a plug-in of the company Pinterest (the operator of the pinterest.com website is Pinterest, Inc., 808 Brannan St, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA). This concerns the “Pin-it” button that we use in connection with our website. This button enables Pinterest users, among other things, to publish information about our website in their Pinterest profile. The post is then, in turn, visible to third parties on the Pinterest page, depending upon the data privacy settings. If you are a registered Pinterest user and are logged in to your account, the plug-in is shown when you access the relevant page, with a connection to Pinterest’s servers being automatically established thereafter. Data is transmitted to Pinterest through this procedure. This in particular involves transmitting the URL of the website on which the plug-in is to be found. Pinterest can, in turn, allocate such data to your Pinterest profile. If you actively use the plug-in, the data is transmitted to Pinterest by our website, allocated to your Pinterest profile, and published in your profile page at Pinterest. If you do not wish any data to be transmitted to Pinterest when you visit our website, we recommend you to first log out of Pinterest. If you have used the plug-in, and data has been published on your Pinterest profile, you can remove such an entry from your profile again.

Please also check out the information on Pinterest's website about the gathering, use, storage and processing of your personal data. You will find information on data privacy in regard to the Pinterest website at: http://pinterest.com/about/privacy/

KISSMETRICS

We use the KISSmetrics analysis software of KISSmetrics (KISSmetrics, 13337 South St. 269, Cerritos, CA 90623, USA), which gathers data by making use of session cookies.

You may deactivate KISSmetrics at any time, by clicking on the “OPT OUT OF KISSMETRICS TRACKING” button, accessible at: http://www.kissmetrics.com/user-privacy. KISSmetrics then stores a cookie file on the user’s computer, which prevents any further gathering of data. Please note that if you remove cookies from your computer the cookie for preventing tracking is also removed, and you need to once again store the cookie there. In addition, the aforementioned link needs to be accessed on any terminal that you use.

The passing on of personal details

In order to process payments, we pass on your payment details to the bank commissioned with settling the payment.

Your right to information

Under the Federal Data Privacy Act (BDSG), you have the right to be informed, free of charge, on your stored data, as well as, if applicable, a right to have such data corrected, blocked or removed.

Data privacy contact

Should you have any questions on the gathering, processing or use of your personal data, or in regard to information sought, or requests for correction, blocking or removal of data, as well as in order to revoke any consents granted, please write to:

Third Party Templates

The customer ackowledges, that some templates, that are marked accordingly and licensed under CC-by 3.0 or Public License, have been licensed from a Third Party provider. Under no circumstances will the Provider be liable in any way for any of these Third Party templates, including, but not limited to, for any loss or damage of any kind incurred as a result of the use thereof . The customer agrees to bear all risks associated with, the use of any of These Third Party templates, including, without limitation, the existence of any third party rights that may exist in such templates.

Choukri Bijjou
Putlitzstraße 9
76137 Karlsruhe
Germany

support@morfy.me
Telephone: +49 176 42058556

Revocation of consent

You have, in the course of the ordering process, or on our website, expressly given the following consents: We would like to point out to you that you may revoke your consent with effect for the future at any time.

1. Consent to receive a newsletter:
Please sign in to subscribe or unsubscribe

2. Consent to the use of Google Analytics:
Refuse

3. Consent to the use of Facebook plug-ins:
Refuse

4. Consent to the use of the Google +1 plug-in:
Refuse

5. Consent to the use of the Tweet button:
Consent

6. Consent to the use of the “Pin it” button:
Refuse