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General terms and conditions
§ 1 Registration - Registration fee - Terms of payment - Refund
(1) Registration is only possible via online registration using the corresponding web form on the Internet. Online registration will only be processed by our partner Mika timing using the registration tool. Registrations by fax or other e-mail registrations will not be accepted. When registering online, the participant will receive an e-mail confirmation to check their personal data following successful registration.
(2) A registration fee will be charged for the administrative effort associated with the registration process. Payment can only be made via direct debit. Payment of the registration fee is due upon completion of the online registration for payment - exclusively by direct debit. Payment shall only be made by invoice only for collective registrations for corporate groups. A registration process for which no registration fee has been paid cannot be registered as a pre-registration. If the debit fails, e.g. because there is not enough money in the specified account, the bank details have been provided incorrectly or the participant cancels the direct debit authorization, the bank will charge a processing fee in the amount of €6.00, which must then be reimbursed by the participant, at the latest when receiving the starting documents (then paid in cash).
(3) If participants do not report to the start or declare to the organizer that they will not participate without stating reasons, the entry fee is non-refundable. The organizer reserves the right to refund the entry fee in the event of proof of inability to participate due to for important medical reasons.
(4) In the case of rebooking to a less expensive event, participants will not receive a refund for any resulting price differences. In the case of rebooking to a more expensive event, the additional costs/difference amount for the more expensive discipline must be paid accordingly. In addition, a handling fee of € 5.00 will be charged.
(5) Participants can enter a replacement participant for a processing fee of €5.00.
When registering online, the participant will receive an e-mail confirmation to check their personal data following successful registration.
§ 2 Exclusion of liability / force majeure / notes
(1) If, in the event of force majeure, the organizer is entitled, or due to official order or for safety reasons obligated to make changes to or cancel the event, the organizer will not be liable for damages vis-à-vis the participants. The registration fee already paid to cover the actual administrative costs will lapse in this case and is not subject to reimbursement. Force majeure shall include, but not be limited to, war, warlike condition, riot, strikes, lawful lockouts, shortage of power or raw materials, revolution, rebellion, military or civil coup, terror, reactor accidents, riots, embargo, epidemics, pandemics such as COVID-19, fire, hurricane, governmental ORDERS or other inclement weather on a catastrophic scale, and natural events such as earthquake and landslide.
(2) The organizer, its representatives and agents are not liable for damage or injuries of any kind caused by participation in the ebm‑papst marathon and the accompanying events. The German Road Traffic Licensing Regulation (StVO) applies along the entire route. This also applies to sponsors and owners of private roads and their representatives. With the signature on the registration, the participant declares sufficient training to participate in this competition, that they are physically healthy, and that doctors have confirmed their state of health. You agree that the data in your registration, photos, videos and interviews of you may be used and distributed on the radio, on television and in advertising, in books, photo-mechanical reproductions, without any claim for remuneration on your part.
(3) The organizer shall not be liable for damage to property and financial losses not caused by at least gross negligence; exceptions to this limitation of liability are damages based on the culpable breach of a main contractual obligation of the organizer, in the event of breach of cardinal obligations and in other cases of mandatory legal liability, such as personal injury (damage to the life, body or health of a person). The aforementioned limitations of liability also extend to the personal liability for damages of employees, representatives, vicarious agents and third parties whom the organizer uses in connection with the implementation of the event or with whom it is contractually associated for this purpose.
(4) The organizer assumes no liability for the participant's health risks in connection with participation in running events. It is the responsibility of participants to check their health in advance.
(5) The organizer assumes no liability for objects stored for the participant by third parties commissioned by the organizer; the liability of the organizer for gross negligence of selection remains unaffected.
(6) The compensation for medical services, if any, is to be borne by the participants themselves in relation to the organizers. The organizers do not provide insurance coverage for medical treatment. It is the participant's responsibility to maintain sufficient insurance coverage for medical treatment. Without prejudice to the foregoing cases of liability for damages on the part of the organizers, any liability on the part of the organizers for medical treatment costs (including related costs, such as for transport and care) is excluded.
§ 3 Data collection and use
The personal data provided by the participant when registering will be stored and processed for the purpose of conducting and processing the event, including the purpose of providing medical care for participants along the route and at the finish line by the medical services assisting with the event. This applies in particular to the data necessary for processing payments (§ 28 of the German Federal Data Protection Act; Art. 6 GDPR). The consent granted upon registration by participants to store the data for this purpose can be revoked at any time with future effect.
(2) Participants are aware that photo and video clips will be created as part of the event. Photos, videos, and interviews of participants in connection with participation in the event can be distributed or published on the radio, on television, in print media, on the Internet, in books, reproductions (films, videocassette, digital data media, etc.). Participants are not entitled to remuneration as a result.
(3) The personal data stored in accordance with paragraph 1 will be forwarded to a commercial photo service provider for the purpose of sending photos of the participant along the route and at the finish line. By registering, the participant consents to the storage and forwarding of the data for this purpose. However, the participant does not at the same time declare that he wants to buy such a photo.
(4) The personal data stored in accordance with paragraph 1 will be forwarded to a commercial third party (currently Mika timing GmbH, Kürtener Straße 11 b, 51465 Bergisch Gladbach, www.mikatiming.de) for the purpose of comparing the registration of ChampionChips (cf. § 6 (1)) and timekeeping, to other third parties for the creation of results lists as well as the posting of these lists on the Internet. By registering, the participant consents to the storage and forwarding of the data for these purposes.
(5) The participant's last name, first name, year of birth, gender, if necessary club, start number, and result (placement and times) are published on the Internet in all relevant media accompanying the event. By registering, the participant consents to the storage and use of the data for this purpose.
§ 4 Timekeeping with the "ChampionChip"
At the ebm‑papst marathon, timekeeping is done exclusively using "ChampionChip" (Mika timing GmbH, Kürtener Straße 11 b, 51465 Bergisch Gladbach, www.mikatiming.de). Participation without the ChampionChip registered to participants is fundamentally not permitted.
§ 5 Disqualification and exclusion from the event due to unsportsmanlike/unethical conduct or illness.
If the officially assigned start number is changed in any way, especially if the advertising print is made invisible or unrecognizable, the participants can be excluded from the participation, in any case they will be excluded from the time evaluation (disqualification).
The following circumstances will also lead to disqualification:
§ in the event of unsporting or undisciplined behavior
§ in case of unauthorized outside assistance, e.g. pace-setters by bicycle, walking poles (except Nordic walking), accepting food on the route that is not provided by the organizer or is handed over as part of personal catering before the race at the organizer’s
§ in case of disposal of garbage on the track in the non-designated areas.
§ if the start number is bent, reduced in size or covered
§ for abbreviations of the route
§ in the event that the participant does not run over the timing mats along the route
§ for duo marathon participants: Start before or after the changeover area
§ for the inline race: Starting without a helmet
§ for handbike: Crossing the center line
Furthermore, the rules of WLV e. V., DLV e. V., NHC e. V. and BWIC e. V. apply.
§ 6 Terms of participation - safety measures
Anyone who has reached the age prescribed in the respective discipline is entitled to start. Participating in the ebm‑papst marathon using other sports equipment such as racing wheelchairs, handbikes or inline skates is not permitted. Sports equipment that does not correspond to the above description or that may otherwise impair the safety or health of participants or visitors to the event shall only be permitted to participate in the event with the prior express consent of the organizer.
The organizer will inform the participants of organizational measures before the start of the event. It is essential to follow the organizer's instructions and the identified personnel. In the event of any infringements that could disrupt the orderly course of the event or endanger the safety of the other participants, the organizer is entitled to declare that the person in question be excluded from the event and/or disqualified at any time. Legally binding declarations can only be made to the participants by the organizer's authorized persons. This group of persons also includes members of the medical services supervising the event, who may also prohibit the participant's participation or continuation of participation in the event of corresponding health indications for the participant's protection.
Particularly when waiting in line, participants must observe the distance requirement (minimum distance of 1.5 m) and regulations in compliance with a hygiene concept and the AHA rules (insofar as this was ordered at the start of the event and, if necessary, indicated by a separate notice). If ordered or required by federal or state law or administrative or official instructions at the time of the event, participants are required to wear a medical mask at places where crowds form. The participants * are obliged to inform themselves independently about the applicable instructions in the aforementioned sense (in particular any regulations in connection with the fight against Covid19) and to ensure that they are observed.
Participants who have symptoms such as cough, fever, cold, a disturbance or loss of the sense of smell or taste or acute respiratory distress on the day of participation are not allowed to enter the event.
§ 7 Choice of law, place of performance, and jurisdiction
The law of the Federal Republic of Germany shall apply to all disputes arising between the organizer and the participant.
The exclusive place of jurisdiction for all disputes is the seat of the court responsible for the organizer.
However, the organizer is entitled to sue the participant at any other legal place of jurisdiction.
ebm‑papst Mulfingen GmbH & Co. KG
Phone: +49 7938 81-0
Fax: +49 7938 81-110
Stuttgart County Court
Elektrobau Mulfingen GmbH
Stuttgart County Court
Dr. Klaus Geissdoerfer (CEO)
Dr. Sonja Fleischer
Hans Peter Fuchs
Chairman of the Advisory Board
VAT ID No. in accordance with § 27a of the German Value Added Tax Act
Responsible for content in accordance with § 6 MDStV (German Media Services Law)
Although we have taken the greatest possible care in checking their contents, we cannot be liable for the contents of external links. The operators of linked sites have sole responsibility for their content.
As at: January 2023
The ebm‑papst Group thanks you for visiting our websites and for your interest in our company and our products. We take the protection of your private sphere very seriously. We at ebm‑papst consider it to be part of the company's responsibility to protect information and data with which the company has been entrusted. To provide you with the assurance you require when visiting our websites, we strictly observe the legal regulations with regard to the processing of your personal data. You will find detailed information on how we handle your data in the following.
1. Who is responsible for processing your data?
ebm‑papst Mulfingen GmbH & Co. KG, Bachmühle 2, 74673 Mulfingen is responsible for processing your data when you visit this website.
You can contact the data protection officer at ebm‑papst Mulfingen GmbH & Co. KG at the above-mentioned postal address, for the attention of the data protection officer, and by sending an e-mail to: email@example.com.
2. When does ebm‑papst gather data about you?
We gather a certain amount of data to enable us to provide you with content appropriate to your needs. You can visit our websites without having to divulge any personal details. Only technical access data is stored in so-called server log files, including the name of the file requested, the date and time of the query, the volume of data transmitted and the provider making the inquiry, for example. This data is evaluated solely for the purpose of ensuring trouble-free operation of the site and to improve the content.
Specifically, we gather personal data
- On registration for individual customer access
- From online job applications
- From subscriptions to our Newsletter
- In contact and service inquiry forms
- On registration for webinars with a form
- On registration for postal deliveries of any kind with a form
- From e-mail/phone correspondence
- In connection with registrations for webinars, company events, trade fairs and other events
- When holding company events and trade fairs, in the form of photos and videos
- During the development of business relationships or when you express interest in our products and services
In particular, the data involved include:
- Essential data required to perform and provide services (e.g. name and address, e-mail address, phone number)
- Data relating to payments
- Correspondence (e.g. paper or e-mail correspondence with you)
- Advertising and sales data (e.g. invitations to trade fairs or information about new and potentially interesting offers)
- Data in connection with your use of the website
- Date in connection with third-party tools (e.g. chats)
Specifically, we don't gather personal data
- from users of the Xplore app, as well as any data from usage of the ARKit, TrueDepth or any other APIs. These APIs are only used to provide specific functionality to the app.
The particular data gathered in each case can be seen from the applicable input forms. We use the data you enter for contract performance, for the provision of services and for processing your inquiries.
3. For what purposes does ebm‑papst use the data?
3.1 For the fulfillment of contractual obligations (Art. 6 Para. 1 Point b GDPR)
Through the use of your data, ebm‑papst aspires to provide you with the best possible service. We have a responsible attitude towards handling your data. For example, we use your data
- For processing your service requests
- For making offers and processing orders and deliveries
- To send you our e-mail Newsletter if you have ordered it
3.2 In connection with the weighing of interests (Art. 6 Para. 1 Point f GDPR)
We may also use your data in the context of a weighing of interests to safeguard the legitimate (generally economic) interests of our company or of third parties; wherever possible the data will be processed in pseudonymized or anonymized form. This is done for the following purposes, among others:
- Monitoring, optimization and further enhancement of services and products
- Advertising activities, market and opinion research
- Invitations to trade fairs and other events
- Providing information about new and potentially interesting offers and products
- Assertion of legal claims and defense in the case of legal disputes
- Detection, prevention and prosecution of criminal offenses
- To guarantee the security and operational reliability of our IT systems
3.3 By reason of your consent (Art. 6 Para. 1 Point a GDPR)
Insofar as you have given your consent for us to process your data, the respective consent forms the legal basis for the processing covered by the consent. This applies in particular to any consent to telephone or e-mail marketing you may have granted.
You can withdraw your consent at any time with effect for the future. It is possible to unsubscribe from the Newsletter at any time, either by sending a message to the above-mentioned contact addresses or using a link provided for this purpose in the Newsletter.
3.4 For the fulfillment of legal obligations (Art. 6 Para. 1 Point c GDPR)
We are bound by various legal obligations, e.g. legal obligations to preserve business records.
When you take part in one of our contests, we will process the following personal data: First and last name, salutation, date of birth, e-mail address, postal address. We process the personal data of participants in order to carry out contests; this includes confirming your eligibility to participate and selecting and informing the winners. If we do not gather the aforementioned information, neither participation in the contest nor notification in the event of a win are possible. We also process participant addresses in order to be able to pursue possible copyright infringements associated with photo uploads. Winners will be notified by e-mail after completion of the contest.
Data processing takes place exclusively for the purpose of conducting the contest. Thus the legal basis for processing personal data to fulfill this obligation is Article 6 (1) (b) of the GDPR.
We analyze the results of contests in order to measure the efficiency and relevance of campaigns. We assess the effectiveness of contests in order to improve our marketing activities on an ongoing basis in your interest and to plan new campaigns. The legal basis for the described data processing is Article 6 (1) (f) of the GDPR (weighing of interests, based on our interest in assessing the effectiveness of contests).
Should we be informed of a copyright infringement, we need your data in order to take action against it. The legal basis for the described data processing is Article 6 (1) (f) of the GDPR (weighing of interests, based on the interest in prosecuting possible copyright infringements).
After completion of the contest, your data which was processed by us for the purposes of the contest will as a rule be deleted within 30 days. However, so that we can prosecute possible copyright infringements of which we are notified, we will store your data relating to photo competitions for a year.
5. Passing-on of your data
Your data will only ever be used to the extent required. If necessary, your data may be passed on within the ebm‑papst Group. Insofar as external service providers are involved in the operation of this website (hosting providers), the external service providers will only be given access to your data to the extent necessary for them to be able to perform their tasks and functions.
Insofar as these service providers process your data outside the European Union, this may result in your data being transmitted to a country that does not apply the same privacy protection standards as the European Union. In such cases we will ensure that the recipients of your data guarantee a level of privacy protection equivalent to that of the European Union, either by contractual means or in some other form.
6. Security of your data
As a safeguard, your data will be transmitted in encrypted form (SSL / HTTPS), using the latest secure encryption techniques. We also employ technical and organizational means to secure our websites and other systems to prevent the loss, destruction, accessing, manipulation, and distribution of your data by unauthorized persons. Whenever possible, we use pseudonymized or anonymized data.
On various pages we employ cookies to make our website attractive to visit and to permit the use of certain functions. These are small text files that are stored on your end device. Some of the cookies we use (so-called session cookies) are deleted again at the end of the browser session, in other words when you close your browser. Other cookies remain on your end device and enable us to recognize your browser on your next visit (persistent cookies). You can adjust your browser settings so that you are informed about the placement of cookies and can decide on a case-to-case basis whether to accept these, or to refuse the acceptance of cookies in certain cases or in general. The functionality of our website may be restricted in the event of non-acceptance of cookies.
8. Analytical web services from Google (Universal) Analytics
This website uses Google (Universal) Analytics, an analytical web service provided by Google Inc. (www.google.de). Google (Universal) Analytics employs methods that permit analysis of how you use the website, including so-called "cookies", text files that are stored on your computer, for example. The information generated on your use of this website is generally transmitted to a Google server in the USA, where it is stored. Through activation of IP anonymization on this website, the IP address will be abbreviated prior to transmission within the members states of the European Union or in other states that are party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area. Only in exceptional cases will the full IP address be transmitted to a Google server in the USA and abbreviated there. No connection will be established between the anonymized IP address transmitted by your browser when using Google Analytics and other Google data.
You can prevent the gathering of the data generated by the cookie and relating to your use of the website (incl. your IP address) at Google, as well as processing of this data by Google, by clicking this link to prevent future data acquisition by Google Analytics on this website. An opt-out cookie will then be stored on your end device. If you delete your cookies, you have to click the link again.
Alternatively you can install a browser plug-in that prevents the gathering and processing of the cookie data by Google. You can download the browser plug-in here: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
9. Use of Google Ads
Our website makes use of Google conversion tracking. If you have accessed our website via an advertisement placed by Google, Google Ads will place a cookie on your computer. The conversion tracking cookie is placed when a user clicks an advertisement placed by Google. These cookies become invalid after 30 days and do not serve the purpose of personal identification. If a user visits certain pages of our website and the cookie has not yet expired, we and Google can detect that the user has clicked the advertisement and has been re-directed to this page. Every Google Ads customer is given a different cookie. Cookies can therefore not be tracked via the websites of Ads customers. The information obtained with the help of the conversion cookie is used to produce conversion statistics for Ads customers who have decided to use conversion tracking. The customers are informed of the total number of users who have clicked their advertisement and been re-directed to a page provided with a conversion tracking tag. They do not however receive any information with which users can be personally identified.
If you do not wish to participate in tracking, you can refuse placement of the cookie required for this – for instance by making a browser setting that deactivates the automatic placing of cookies in general or by setting your browser such that cookies from the domain "googleleadservices.com" are blocked. Please note that you must not delete the opt-out cookies for as long as you want to avoid the recording of measurement data. If you have deleted all your cookies in the browser, you will have to set the corresponding opt-out cookie again.
10. Use of Google remarketing
11. Use of Google web fonts
External Google Fonts are incorporated into our websites to be sure of obtaining a graphically appealing presentation. Google Fonts is a service provided by Google Inc. ("Google"). These web fonts are incorporated via a server request, usually to a Google server in the USA. In doing so, information on which of our websites you have visited is transmitted to the server. The IP address of the visitor to these websites is additionally stored by Google. The fonts are stored in the cache of your browser, thus preventing multiple loading. This has a positive effect on the speed at which our websites are loaded.
12. Use of Google Maps
Our websites use Google Maps to visually present geographical information. On using Google Maps, Google Inc. also captures, processes and makes use of data on the utilization of the map functions by visitors. Further information on data processing by Google can be found at: https://policies.google.com/privacy.
13. Use of YouTube videos
14. Use of social plug-ins
14.1 Social media buttons
On our website we offer you the option of using so-called "social media buttons". These buttons are only incorporated into the website in the form of a graphic containing a link to the corresponding website of the button provider. On clicking the graphic you will thus be re-directed to the services of the providers concerned. Only then will your data be transmitted to the providers concerned. No exchange will take place between you and the providers of the social media buttons if you do not click the graphic. Information on the capture and use of your data on social media can be found in the usage conditions of the corresponding providers.
We have incorporated the social media buttons of the following companies into our website:
Facebook Inc. (1601 S. California Ave - Palo Alto - CA 94304 - USA)
Twitter Inc. (795 Folsom St. - Suite 600 - San Francisco - CA 94107 - USA)
XING AG (Gänsemarkt 43 - 20354 Hamburg - Germany)
LinkedIn Corporation (1000 W Maude – Sunnyvale - CA 94085 – USA)
14.2 LinkedIn Insight Tag
This website uses the LinkedIn Insight Tag from the LinkedIn Corporation, 1000 W Maude – Sunnyvale - CA 94085 – USA, to enable detailed campaign reporting. The LinkedIn Insight Tag enables data to be collected about visits to this website, including URL, referrer URL, IP address, device and browser properties (user agent), and time stamps.
Members’ direct identifiers are removed within seven days to pseudonymize the data. This remaining pseudonymized data is then deleted within 90 days.
LinkedIn does not share any personally identifiable information with the owner of this website, but only provides reports and communications (in which you are not identified) about website audience and ad performance. LinkedIn also provides retargeting for website visitors so that the website owner can use this data to display targeted advertising outside of its website without the member being identified. We also use data that does not identify you to improve the relevance of ads and reach members across devices. Members of LinkedIn can control the use of their personal data for advertising purposes in their account settings: https://www.linkedin.com/psettings/advertising/actions-that-showed-interest
14.3 Facebook Pixel
The legal basis for the use of Facebook pixel is your consent in the context of cookie information. If you consent to it, the collection, storage, and analysis of your personal data takes place according to Art. 6(1)(2)(a) GDPR. Of course, you can also revoke your consent at any time in the cookie settings section at the bottom left on the screen on our website via the widget.
We work together with Aumago GmbH, a provider of web analytics and target group marketing. Aumago uses so-called cookies, a text file that is stored in the browser of the computer and captures/contains anonymous usage data. Usage profiles can be created under a pseudonym from these data. Personal data is however not gathered. Any IP addresses recorded are stored in anonymized form by deleting the last number block, and are not combined with the cookies. The cookies are either Aumago cookies or cookies from service providers used by Aumago, such as krux digital Inc., Google Inc. etc. Users can delete the cookies directly in their browser at any time. Aumago uses this data to evaluate usage of the website by visitors and for the purpose of usage-based online advertising (OBA).
16. Use of tools at virtual fairs
We use the tools of the following companies at virtual trade fairs and on our event platform (dxp.ebmpapst.com). Participation in a virtual event is only possible as a registered user. By participating/registering on an event platform, you agree to the use of the tools and evaluation of the use of the platform on a user basis (analytics):
- EXPO-IP for registration and tracking of virtual visitor flows https://www.expo-ip.com/
- Rumbletalk (for group chats in the foyer and moderated group chats in presentation rooms) https://www.rumbletalk.com/
- Tawk.to (for 1-to-1 chats at the information counter and on partner stands where appropriate): https://www.tawk.to/
- Wonder (formerly YoTribe - for video chats in the networking lounge) https://www.wonder.me/
- Videoart (for the registration process) https://www.video-art.de/de/
- Whiteboard application https://awwapp.com/
- Calendly (for arranging appointments with ebm‑papst sales staff) https://calendly.com/login
- LimeSurvey (surveys and feedback forms for events and web content) https://www.limesurvey.org
- Microsoft Power BI (for connecting data sources and visualizing data)
Information on the capture and use of your data can be found in the privacy policies and usage conditions of the corresponding providers.
For more information, see the ‘About Hotjar’ section on Hotjar’s help page.
18. Use of Salesforce Pardot
For carrying out marketing activities, for analysis purposes and for addressing users in a way that is specific to target groups, on our website we use the Marketing Automation Tool from Salesforce Pardot (Pardot LLC, 950 E. Paces Ferry Rd. Suite 3300 Atlanta, GA 30326 USA - a company of Salesforce) – hereinafter referred to as "Pardot”.
The system’s components integrated into our online offer (e.g. forms, e-mail dispatch) use "first-party cookies", which are stored on the user's computer and which enable us to analyze the use of the website. Pardot will use the data and information obtained via our website on our behalf to analyze the user behavior of the data subject who has used our website. Pardot will also use the data to compile reports on user activities on our behalf and to provide other services for our company that are related to the use of our website. Certain usage data is linked to you and stored in our system. This enables us to provide you with information and offers tailored specifically to your interests. In particular, the following information is compiled: Host name, geographical location, type of browser, duration of visit and page accessed.
Newsletters sent with Pardot contain web beacons. These are tiny graphics that allow analysis of user behavior, such as opening and reading e-mails and clicking on links. This enables us to make the content we offer more relevant and interesting for you.
If you have consented to setting statistics and personalization cookies, the legal basis for the collection, storage and evaluation of your personal data is based on your consent pursuant to Art. 6 (1) sentence 1 (a) GDPR.
You can permanently prevent or delete cookies being set by our website at any time using a relevant setting on the Internet browser used.
Users can find further information on data protection in Pardot's privacy notice https://www.salesforce.com/eu/gdpr/pardot/.
19. When will your data be deleted?
20. What are your privacy protection rights?
Subject to the applicable legal prerequisites, you have the right of access (Art. 15 GDPR), rectification (Art. 16 GDPR), erasure (Art. 17 GDPR), restriction of processing (Art. 18 GDPR) and data portability (Art. 20 GDPR) vis-à-vis ebm‑papst. You also have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority (Art. 77 GDPR).
If you have given ebm‑papst your consent, you can withdraw this at any time with effect for the future.
Insofar as ebm‑papst processes your data in the context of a weighing of interests, you can object to such processing. If you lodge a protest, your data will no longer be processed, unless the company responsible can furnish proof of compelling legitimate grounds for processing that outweigh your interests, rights and liberties, or insofar as processing serves the purpose of asserting, exercising or defending legal claims.