Data privacy statement

Since info-key as a company regularly handles huge amounts of sensible data we are perfectly aware of the problematic topic of data privacy on the Internet. This is why we feel you have a right to know what kind of data we collect on our website and how you can keep us from doing so.

Personal data

If you are simply visiting our website, we will categorically not collect any personal data from you. This means data through which we could without a doubt identify you – like your name or your e-mail address.

Those services that need personal data to serve their purpose or that ask you to supply them voluntarily will state explicitly for which purpose this data is to be used. Your personal data will of course only be used for the stated purpose and only stored for as long as they are needed to supply these services.

You have the right to withdraw your consent for the use of your personal data. In that case we judge the services you used to be cancelled and will delete your data from our data banks.


According to German law you have the right to learn at all times which of your personal data any organization has at their disposal and what they are used for. This is of course also the case for data stored by info-key.

If you want to know about the data we have collected about you, we ask you to contact us in written form and grant us appropriate time to aggregate the correct information.

Usage data

In order to enhance your experience of our website, we collect anonymous data about your visit and movement on our site as well as information about the used device, its configuration and the current IP-address – so called usage data.

The usage data we collect will only be used for statistical analysis in-house and not supplied to any third parties. Additionally they will be deleted automatically after 60 days.

If you, nevertheless, want to keep us from collecting this kind of data, you can activate your browser’s Do Not Track (DNT) setting. Instructions on how to do this can be found on the following pages (as well as the help pages of your browser):

German law does not require websites to adhere to this setting. However, German law grants the right for informational self-determination. Accordingly, if you activate DNT in your browser, we will respect your wish for privacy and refrain from collecting any further usage data about you.

Please be aware that the system automatically saves the IP address of anyone who sends in a questionnaire or contact form e-mail. This is a necessary safety measure. This data, too, will be deleted after 60 days.


Cookies are little text files that are stored on your computer to make extended functionalities of the website available to you.

You can use the public areas of our website without needing cookies at all. If you do allow the use of cookies, though, we will test if you have JavaScript activated and store the information in a cookie which will automatically be deleted once you close your browser. If it cannot be placed it can be detrimental to the dynamic functions of the website, but it should leave general usage unaffected.

The user area however can only be entered with a cookie. Please make sure that you accept this cookie in the data privacy settings of your browser for the duration of your login. It will be deleted once you log out.


This website uses Piwik/Matomo, a web analytics open-source software. Piwik/Matomo uses “cookies”, which are text files placed on your computer, to help the website analyze how users use the site. The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website (including your IP address anonymized prior to its storage) will be stored on our server of the service provider in Germany.

You may refuse the use of cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser, however please note that if you do this you may not be able to use the full functionality of this website.

If you have set your browser to “clear cookies“ every time you leave a page, then the “opt-out cookie“ from Piwik/Matomo will also be deleted and you will have to activate the opt-out again on your next visit. The same holds for the use of anonymizer programs or so-called “cleaners“.