WED PLANET (Anna Borger) has drawn up this policy to inform you about cookies in general, about the cookies we use on this website and about how to manage them.

The first time that you visit our website we inform you about our use of cookies and our Cookie Policy. This allows you to choose which types of cookie you wish to store on your device. You can consult our Cookie Policy at any time by clicking on the link at the bottom of the page.

By selecting which cookies to store on your device, or by accepting the cookie warning, you give us your consent to store those cookies on your device (unless you have configured your browser to block some or all cookies by default).

General information about cookies

A cookie is a small text file that a website stores in the user’s browser. Cookies make it possible to provide interactive services and, as such, improve users’ browsing experience and are essential to the operation of the Internet.

They are used, for example, to streamline the browsing experience (by reducing the number of times that users have to enter their password) or to tailor website content to users’ individual preferences.

They are used, for example, to streamline the browsing experience (by reducing the number of times that users have to enter their password) or to tailor website content to users’ individual preferences.

Cookie duration is set either as ‘session’, which means that they are deleted when the user leaves the website, or ‘persistent’, which means that they are stored on the user’s device until a pre-set date.

At the same time, cookies can either be proprietary or third-party. Proprietary cookies are those stored on the user’s device by the servers managed by Anna Borger, while third-party cookies are those stored on the user’s device by servers managed by service providers contracted by Anna Borger (e.g. those stored by Google’s web analytics service).

Using this website with your browser configured to accept cookies implies acceptance of the cookie technology employed by this website.

Cookies employed by this website

Technical cookies for internal use

This website uses internal cookies essential to its functioning, such as cookies used to authenticate or continue registered users’ browsing sessions, to store favourites or to display products that are only available in the user’s country.

Analytics cookies

This website uses analytics cookies to collect statistics on general and individual website use. The information collected allows us to optimise the browsing experience and guarantee users the best possible service by identifying, for example, number of pages visited, language selected, visit frequency and recurrence, visit length, browser used, etc. Users can prevent the website recording their activity via either the exclusion options provided by the analytics tools or by those provided by their web browser.

The following applications are used to obtain this information:

Advertising cookies

These cookies are usually stored by the third parties who manage the ads that users see when they access this website. These cookies are used to measure the effectiveness of our online campaigns, to provide users with information of specific interest to them and to show them ads tailored to their preferences. They are also used to restrict the number of ads shown to each user.

Depending on their particular policies, some ad services may use anonymous cookies to display personalised ads when users visit other websites. Users can configure their browsers to accept or block those cookies as they wish.

Social media cookies

Some social media, like Facebook, and third-party website services allow advertisers to create segmented audiences on their platforms made up of users who have visited our website.

This allows us to address those users directly on third-party platforms and offer them information, promotions and ads tailored to their particular interests.

  • Service: Custom Audience. Supplier: Facebook.
  • Service: Pinterest. Supplier: Pinterest.

Areas and content on our website also include social media buttons that users can click on to share our content via their social media accounts.

We do not control the cookies stored by social media. These are usually technical cookies employed to manage logged-in sessions or to display the counter showing how many times content has been shared.

We recommend users review the cookie and privacy policies of all their social media accounts and, where applicable, configure their privacy settings on each of them to permit the level of tracking that they wish to allow.

Guarantees and options regarding cookies

Users always have the option to accept or block cookies. They can also block certain types of cookie (e.g. advertising and third-party cookies). In addition, users can delete all or some of the cookies stored after each session.

Users have the following privacy options:

– Private Browsing, which means that your browser does not store your browsing history, website passwords, cookies or any other information about the webpages you visit, or

– Do Not Track, which means that your browser asks the websites you visit not to track your browsing habits, for example to show you personalised ads on the websites you visit.

We recommend you consult your browser’s Help section for information about the various cookie types and how to manage them. Bear in mind that blocking cookies may affect some or all of our website’s functions. To help you choose, below are links to webpages with information about how to configure the cookie settings in the main browsers:

The links above may be updated by the developers of those browsers. Anna Borger will make every reasonable effort to keep the above list up-to-date. However, if one of the links above does not work, or is not up-to-date, you can access similar information via your browser’s Help menu.

If you want to have even greater control over the cookies stored on your device, you can install separate ‘Do Not Track’ software or browser add-ons that will allow you to select which cookies are stored.

Blocking suppliers’ cookies

The first time you visit our website we give you the opportunity to select which cookies you wish to allow. You can block all cookies except technical cookies, which are essential to the proper functioning of this website.

Likewise, as indicated above, you can block certain types of cookie (e.g. advertising and third-party cookies) whenever you want by changing your browser settings.

If you accepted a specific type of cookie the first time you visited this website and later want to block it or not store it permanently, you can delete it via your browser settings and select which types you do wish to allow.

Likewise, some of our suppliers allow you to block their  cookies  directly. Below is a list of suppliers and links allowing you to opt out of their cookies:

Bear in mind that when you delete cookies from your browser you may delete the opt-out preferences set by the suppliers above and will have to accept or block their cookies again on your next browsing session.


Additional information about data protection


Who is the data controller responsible for processing your personal data?

Identity: Anna Borger

Postal address: Planckstr.11, Cologne  51145, Germany
Telephone: +49 (0) 177 85 163 80


For what purposes do we process your personal data?

In accordance with the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation), and with all applicable national legislation, Anna Borger hereby informs you that it processes the personal data you provide for the following purposes:

  • To manage customer relationships, including requesting and following up appointments.
  • To send marketing communications and conduct customer satisfaction surveys.
  • To provide data to public bodies and authorities (administrative or judicial) whenever required by law.


How long do we keep your data?

Unless you request deletion, your data will be stored for the duration of the contractual relationship or for as long as required by law.


What constitutes a legitimate interest to process your personal data?

The legal grounds for processing your personal data for each of the purposes (1, 2 and 3) stated in the section above (Purposes) are as follows:

  • Purpose 1: Performance of a contract with Anna Borger with regard to purchasing products and managing appointments.
  • Purpose 2: Giving of express consent to AnnaBorger when submitting your personal data.
  • Purpose 3: Compliance with the legal obligations applicable to Anna Borger.


Who will receive your personal data?

Your personal data will only be shared with third parties whose involvement is necessary for proper provision of the service (transport companies, financial institutions, etc.).

Your data may also be shared with public bodies and authorities (administrative or judicial) where required by law.


What are your rights when you provide us with your personal data and how can you exercise them?

You have the right to obtain confirmation of whether or not Anna Borger is processing personal data concerning you.

You also have the right to access your personal data and request rectification of inaccurate data or erasure of them when, among other reasons, the data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected.

Under certain circumstances, you can request restriction of processing of your data, in which case they will only be held for the exercise or defence of legal claims.

Under certain circumstances, and for reasons related to your personal situation, you may object to the processing of your personal data. In these cases, Anna Borger will not process your data unless there is a compelling legitimate interest or in the exercise or defence of legal claims.

You may also exercise your right to data portability or withdraw your consent at any time. Withdrawal of consent will not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal.

To exercise any of your rights, write to us at either [] or Anna Borger, Planckstr.11, Cologne 51145, Germany. All requests to exercise your rights must be accompanied by proof of identity (ID card, driving licence or passport).

Finally, you can also contact the Agencia Española de Protección de Datos [Spanish Data Protection Agency] or other competent public bodies regarding claims deriving from the processing of your personal data.


Which cookies do we use?

For information about the cookies we use on our website and mobile app, see our Cookie Policy.