Company Contact Information

Name: DemoUp GmbH
Telephone no.: +493012085194
Email address: contact@demoup.com
Company designation: GmbH (limited liability company)

Data Protection Declaration

This data protection declaration is provided to you as a user of our website and it contains information on how we or third-party providers gather and use your data, to what extent and for what purpose. Your data is gathered and used in strict adherence to the specifications of GDPR, the German Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) and the German Telemedia Act (TMG). We are particularly committed to the confidentiality of your personal data and therefore work strictly within the limits set by law. The personal data is gathered voluntarily wherever this possible. We only pass this data on to third parties with your explicit consent. We ensure high security for particularly confidential data through use of SSL encryption, e.g. payment transactions or queries you direct to us. We would like to make the most of this opportunity to point out the general dangers of using the Internet over which we have no influence. For example, the data you transmit via email cannot be considered secure without further precautions being taken and it may be gathered by third parties under some circumstances.

Information, deletion, blocking

You can receive information from us at any time, free of charge concerning the data we store which is personally identifiable to you, as well as the origin, recipient and purpose of data gathering and data processing. You are also entitled to request that we correct, block or delete your data. This does not include data that we are obliged to retain due to statutory requirements, or which is required for properly executing the business relationship with you. Data is held in a locked file for monitoring purposes and this ensures a data block can be put in place at any time. If the data is not being gathered for archiving purposes as required by statutory law, we will gladly delete it upon your request. If it is subject to the archiving obligation, we will block your data instead. Please contact our data protection officers via the contact information within this data protection declaration (or in the address section of the legal disclaimer) if you have any queries or concerns regarding the correction, blocking or deletion of personal data.


We use cookies on our website. These files are saved to your PC. They help ensure proper presentation of our website and let you navigate more easily. Cookies gather data regarding your IP address, browser, operating system and Internet connection. We do not link this information to your personal data and do not pass it onto third parties. We never use cookies to place malware or spyware on your computer. You can use our website without using cookies but this may mean that the website is improperly displayed and that some functions are not fully available. If you would like to deactivate cookies, you can do this by changing special settings in your browser. Please use the related help function to make the changes accordingly.

Gathering of access data

The supply and presentation of content on our website requires the gathering of specific data for technical reasons. By accessing our website, server logfiles are gathered by us or the provider of the webspace. These logfiles do not enable information to be deduced concerning you or your identity. The corresponding information consists of the name of the website, the file, the current date, the data volume, the web browser and its version, the operating system used, the domain name of your Internet provider, the referrer URL (the site you visited prior to switching to our site), as well as the corresponding IP address. We use this data to present and supply our content and for statistical purposes. The information supports provision of our offering and its ongoing enhancement. We also reserve the right to retrospectively verify the aforementioned data if there is suspected unlawful use of our offering.

Content and services from third-party providers

The offering on our website may under certain circumstances also include content and services from other providers who supplement our offering. Examples of this are Google maps, YouTube videos or graphical presentations from other third parties. Making use of these services means that your IP address will be regularly transmitted to third parties. This means the third-party providers can identify and store your user IP address. We undertake every effort to only use third-party providers which solely use IP addresses to supply their content. However, we have no influence over which third parties may store your IP address. They may be stored, for example, for statistical purposes. If we become aware of any storing processes by third-party providers, we will notify our users without delay. Please observe the special data protection declarations concerning the individual third-party providers whose services we use on our website. You can also find these in this data protection declaration.


You can subscribe to our newsletter on our website. We will require your email address for this. In accordance with corresponding legal requirements, we must also verify whether you are the actual holder of the email address indicated and whether you wish to receive the newsletter. As such, we need to gather information to enable us to perform this verification. The data gathered in this regard enables the sending and receiving of the newsletter. It does not serve any other purpose and will not be sent to third parties. No further data will be gathered by us other than that which is needed for sending the newsletter. Since the sending and receiving of the newsletter depends on your consent, you can revoke your consent for the gathering and storing of your data at any time without providing reasons. To do so, use the “Unsubscribe link” provided within the newsletter.

Personally-identifiable data

For the purposes of data avoidance and data economy, we only gather personally-identifiable data to the extent and for the time period necessary for use of our website, or if this is prescribed by law. We take protecting your personal data seriously and hold strictly to the corresponding statutory provisions and this data protection declaration when gathering and processing personal data. If the purpose for data gathering data no longer applies, or the end of the statutory storage period has been reached, the data gathered will be blocked or deleted. Our website can generally be used without providing personal data. Any personal data we gather – such as your name, address or email address – is on a voluntary basis. Third parties will not become aware of this data unless you provide us with your explicit consent. Please be aware that data on the Internet cannot always be transmitted securely. Protection during data exchange, in particular, cannot be guaranteed.

Server logfiles

Server logfiles feature anonymised data that is gathered when you access our website. This information does not allow inferences to be made concerning your person but is unavoidable when supplying and presenting our content due to technical reasons. They also serve statistical purposes and enable us to continually enhance our content. Typical logfiles feature the date and time of your access, the data volume, the browser you use for access and its version, the operating system used, the domain name of your commissioned provider, the page you were on prior to visiting our offering (referrer URL), and your IP address. Logfiles also enable precise verification in the event of suspicion of unlawful use of our website.

SSL encryption

Our website makes use of SSL encryption for our users’ confidential or personal content. This encryption is activated, for example, when performing payment transactions or in the case of your posting queries via our website. Please be aware that SSL encryption is activated on your side for the performance of the corresponding activities. It is easy to recognise when encryption is used: your browser address bar will switch from “http://” to “https://”. Data encrypted by SSL cannot be read by third parties. Only transmit your confidential information if SSL encryption is activated. If in doubt, please contact us.

Encrypted payment transactions

We secure your data when performing payment transactions. Our site therefore uses SSL encryption for the security and protection of your confidential and personal content as it is transmitted for payment transactions. You can identify whether or not SSL encryption is activated by looking at the address bar of your browser. The data transmitted is only encrypted if the address bar changes from “http://” to “https://”. “https://” indicates that SSL encryption is in use and that the payment transaction is now encrypted. The activation of SSL encryption ensures that third parties cannot read your confidential data. You should therefore only transmit your data when SSL encryption is active.

Use of Google Analytics

We use Google’s web analysis service, Google Analytics, on our website. This places cookies on your computer, which are text files that enable your usage of our website to be analysed. The cookies generate information which is transmitted to a Google server. These servers are typically located in the USA but they are based on agreements concerning use of the European Economic Area and shorten your IP address before it is sent to the United States. The IP address may be shortened after transmission to the USA in some exceptional cases. Google analyses the transmitted information and performs further services for us, the website operator, within the context of this analysis. This does not involve the acquired IP address being combined with other Google services. You can prevent the storing of cookies on your computer by making changes to your browser settings. However, this may result in restrictions to the presentation and functions when using our website. A browser plug-in can prevent the gathering and use of the data generated by the cookies. You can download this via the following link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en Discover more about the data protection conditions of Google and Google Analytics at: https://www.google.com/analytics/terms/us.html or https://policies.google.com/?hl=en.