Laboratoires Réunis Luxembourg S.A. (hereafter “Laboratoires Réunis”) is pleased that you are visiting our website. Data protection and data security when using our website are very important issues for us. We would therefore like to take the opportunity of informing you of the personal data that we record during your visit to our website and the purposes for which these data are used.
Since changes in the law or changes in our internal company processes might make it necessary to amend this data protection declaration, we would like to ask you to study this data protection declaration regularly. It can be retrieved, stored and printed at any time under data protection declaration.
The responsible party within the meaning of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (hereafter GDPR) and other national data protection laws of the member-states as well as other provisions of the law governing data protection is:
This data protection declaration applies to the Internet facility of LABORATOIRES RÉUNIS Luxembourg S.A., that may be retrieved under the domain www.labo.lu as well as various sub-domains (hereafter referred to as “our Website”).
The responsible party’s data protection officer may be reached under:
LABORATOIRES RÉUNIS Luxembourg S.A.
dpo(at)labo.lu | www.labo.lu
Personal data refers to all information relating to an identified or identifiable person. This includes for example information such as your name, age, address, telephone number, date of birth, e-mail address, IP address or your behavior as a user. Information that does not enable us to establish a connection to you as a person (or only with disproportionate effort), e.g. by anonymizing the information, is not personal data. The processing of personal data (for example the collection, request for, use, storage or transmission) always requires a basis in law or your consent. Processed personal data are deleted as soon as the purpose of processing has been achieved and no retention obligations stipulated by law have to be safeguarded any longer.
Should we process your personal data in order to prepare certain offers, we will inform you subsequently of the specific transactions, scope and purpose of the data processing, the legal basis for this processing and the period of time the data is stored in the particular case.
When you refer to and use our website, we record the personal data that your browser automatically transmits to our server. This information is temporarily stored in a so-called log-file. When you use our website, we record the following data that we require for technical reasons in order to display our website to you and to ensure its stability and security:
Article 6 para. 1.f GDPR serves as the legal basis for the data processing. The processing of the data referred to is necessary in order to provide a website and therefore serves to safeguard a legitimate interest of our company.
The data referred to are deleted as soon as they are no longer required in order to display the website. Data are stored in log-files for a period of seven days. The recording of the data is absolutely necessary for the operation of the Internet facility in order to provide the website and to store the data in log-files. Consequently, the user has no opportunity to object. Additional storage may then take place in individual cases should this be stipulated by law.
We offer users the opportunity to register themselves by providing personal data (Pat-Med log-in, electronic findings transfer). We use the processed data to create an individualized user account enabling you to use certain contents and services on our website, such as the provision of examination results and traceability in the event of ambiguities. We process your e-mail address as part of this process in order that we can send you new access data should you have forgotten this data.
The following summary enables you to identify in detail which personal data we process from you for the purposes of registration:
Name, given name, form of address, e-mail and home address, telephone number
Name, given name, e-mail and practice address, fax and telephone number
The processing of the personal data referred to (see § 4 2. a.) is based on the following declaration of consent voluntarily provided by you in accordance with article 6 para. 1.a GDPR:
Declaration of consent
Data processed during registration will be deleted as soon as registration on our website is cancelled or amended. Data may continue to be stored in certain cases should this be stipulated by law.
As user, you may at any time cancel your registration. You may have the data stored on you amended at any time. In order to achieve this, please proceed as follows: you submit your wish to delate your account data to our customer service department under contact(at)labo.lu.
Should however the data processed be required to fulfil a contract or to carry out pre-contractual measures, premature deletion of the data is only possible provided that this is not contrary to contractual or legal requirements.
We offer users the opportunity to pay online for services on our website by stating their personal data. The data required for this purpose is entered into an input screen and transmitted to us and stored. The IP address is immediately made unrecognizable. The following data is recorded as part of the ordering process:
In order to process payments, we forward your payment data to the payments service providers appointed by us. These companies may only use your data to process the order and not for any other purposes.
In processing your personal data (see § 4 3. a.) that are required to fulfil a purchase contract concluded with us, article 6 para. 1.a) GDPR serves as the legal basis. This also applies to processing transactions that are required in oder to carry out pre-contractual measures.
Declaration of consent:
Once the contract has been completely processed and the purchase price paid in full, your data will be blocked for any further use and deleted once the retention period stipulated in tax and commercial law has expired, unless you have given your express consent to the continued use of your data. Continued storage may then take place in individual cases should this be required by law.
On our website we offer you the opportunity to make contact with us by means of a form that we provide. As part of the process of sending your enquiry by means of the contact form, reference is made to this data protection declaration in order to obtain your consent. Should you make use of the contact form, the following personal data on you will be processed:
The provision of your e-mail address in this context serves to allocate your enquiry and to be able to answer you. Use of the contact form will not entail forwarding your personal data to third parties.
The data processing described above (see § 4 5. a.) for the purpose of making contact is based on article 6 para. 1.f GDPR. Our processing of the personal data entered onto the input screen serves solely to process the establishment of contact. In the event of contact by e-mail, the company also has the required legitimate interest in processing the data.
Other personal data processed as part of dispatching your enquiry serves to prevent misuse of the contact form and to ensure the security of our IT systems.
Declaration of consent:
The personal data on you processed through the contact form will be deleted as soon as your enquiry has been answered and the subject at issue has been finally clarified. Continued storage may then take place in individual cases should this be required by law.
We only forward your data to third parties if:
Various kinds of cookies are used on our website whose nature and function is described in greater detail below.
Transient cookies are used on our website that are automatically deleted as soon as you close your browser. This kind of cookie makes it possible to record your session ID. This enables various enquiries of your browser to be allocated to a single sitting. And makes it possible for us to recognise your terminal on subsequent visits to the website.
Persistent cookies are used as part of the Pat-Med log-in. Persistent cookies are cookies that remain stored in your browser over a longer period of time and transmit information to us. The length of time that they are stored varies with the cookie. You can delete persistent cookies yourself using the appropriate browser settings.
These cookies are required for technical reasons to enable you to visit our website and to use the functions that we offer. This relates for example to the following applications: Pat-Med log-in. These cookies also contribute to a use of the website that is more secure and in accordance with regulations.
With the aid of these cookies, we are able to carry out an analysis of your use of the website and to improve its performance and functionality. Information is recorded for example on how visitors use our website, which pages are referred to most frequently or whether errors are displayed on certain pages.
Due to the purposes of use described (see § 6. a.), the legal basis for the processing of personal data using cookies is to be found in article 6 para. 1.f GDPR.
As soon as the data transmitted to us through cookies in order to achieve the purposes described above is no longer required, this information is deleted. Continued storage may then take place in individual cases should this be required by law.
Most browsers are pre-set in such a way that they accept cookies as standard. You can however configure your browser in such a way that that it only accepts certain cookies or even no longer accepts any cookies at all. We draw attention to the fact however that you might not be able to use all the functions on our website if cookies are deactivated by your browser settings on our website. You can also delete cookies that are already stored in your browser by means of browser settings. Moreover, it is also possible to set your browser in such a way that you are informed before cookies are stored. Since different browsers may differ in how they function, we request that you use the possible configuration alternatives in your browser’s help menu.
Should you wish to have a comprehensive summary of all third party access on your Internet browser, we recommend that you install plugins especially developed for this purpose.
We use tracking and analysis tools in order to ensure that our website is permanently optimised and designed according to requirements. With the aid of tracking measures, we are also able to record visitors’ use of our website statistically and to use the information obtained in this way to further develop our online facility for you. Based on these interests, the use of the tracking and analysis tools described below is justified in accordance with article 6 para. 1 clause 1.f GDPR. The following description of the tracking and analysis tools also provides information on the purposes of the processing concerned and the data that is processed.
After the data has been processed and before it is stored, the IP address is anonymised. We expressly draw attention to the fact that, in spite of the fully activated anonymisation function, total anonymisation is not achieved but the status achieved is only that of pseudonymisation. When Piwik/ Matomo is used, it creates an internal hash value that is calculated from various factors such as the IP address, the resolution, the browser, the plugins used and the operating system. Even when the anonymisation function is activated, the heuristic uses the full IP address for internal purposes so that, with a certain amount of effort, the values can be traced back to the IP address and therefore conclusions can be drawn on other information with a considerable degree of reliability.
If you are therefore not in agreement with the storage and evaluation of of this data, you can object to its storage and use at any time (hereafter by mouse-click). (Finally, a so-called opt-out cookie will will be installed in your browser, with the consequence that Piwik/ Matomo will not record any session data).
Our website has so-called hyperlinks to other providers’ websites. By activating this hyperlink you will be forwarded from our website directly to the other provider. You will recognise this amongst other things by a change in the URL. We are unable to assume any responsibility for the confidential treatment of your data on these third-party websites since we have no influence on whether this provider complies with the regulations on data protection. Please familiarise yourself on the treatment of your personal data by these companies by referring directly to these websites.
The GDPR provides you as the party affected by the processing of personal data with the following rights:
In processing your personal information on the basis of a legitimate interest in accordance with article 6 para. 1 clause 1.f GDPR, article 21 GDPR entitles you to object to the processing of your personal data should there be grounds related to your particular situation or should the objection be aimed at direct advertising. In the case of direct advertising, you have a general right to object that we will implement even in the absence of a particular situation.
We undertake to protect your privacy and to treat your personal data confidentially. In order to prevent manipulation, loss or misuse of your data stored by us, we take extensive technical and organisational precautions that are regularly reviewed and adjusted in line with technical progress. These precautions include amongst other things the use of recognised encoding procedures (SSL or TLS).?We would like to draw your attention however to the fact that, due to the structure of the Internet, it is possible that individuals and institutions outside our area of responsibility will not comply with the rules of data protection and the security measures referred to above. In particular, data disclosed without encryption – e.g. should this be disclosed by e-mail – may also be read by third parties. Technically, we have no influence in such cases. The protection against misuse of information provided by the user, by means of encoding or some other method, is the responsibility of the user.
Current state of documentation: 22.04.2021