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ConfTool: Contact and Legal Notice


ConfTool GmbH
Hochrad 58
22605 Hamburg

Director: Dr. Harald Weinreich
Commercial Register (Handelsregister) Hamburg: HRB 111956
EU-VAT-No: DE-815145320


+49 40 2022 7297


+49 40 2022 7298



The ConfTool logo is a registered trademark in the EU.

Responsible for the content

The responsible person for this web site according to German law (§5 TMG / Telemediengesetz) is:

ConfTool GmbH
Dr. Harald Weinreich (Managing Director)
Hochrad 58
D-22605 Hamburg

Privacy Statement

In accordance with the German Telemedia Act (§13 TMG), the following notes will inform you about the collection, processing and usage of personal data.

When visiting this website, data about user access is collected automatically. These data are without personal reference and only data that are automatically transferred by your web browser are collected.

The collected data include:

  • address of the requested resource
  • type and version of browser and name and version of operating system
  • referrer (the address of the previously visited website)
  • host name of the accessing computer (IP address)
  • date and time of server request
  • These data cannot be attributed to specific persons. They are evaluated solely for statistical purposes and to improve our service. They will not be passed on to third parties.

Use and disclosure of personal data

In case you have provided us with personal data, we will exclusively use this information to answer your inquiries, to process contracts concluded with you, and for technical administration purposes.

Your personal data will only be passed on to third parties if this is necessary to process a contract, for billing purposes or for legal reasons (e. g. in the case of an external audit).

Online Dispute Resolution

Dispute settlement in accordance with article 14(1) of the regulation on online dispute resolution: The European Commission provides a platform for online dispute resolution (ODR-platform) that you can find here:

Right to information

Upon request, companies operating in Germany must provide you with your personal data that they store about you in writing (§ 34 of the Federal German Data Protection Act - BDSG). In addition, you can inquire where the data were collected, to whom they are disclosed and the purposes for which they have been stored. The information must be provided free of charge (§ 34 BDSG).

To this end, we will be happy to provide you with information concerning your personal data upon written request.