Privacy Policy

As operators of the website, we collect some data about our visitors where this is necessary. This privacy policy explains what we do with these “personal data”, and why. It also tells you how we look after your data, at what point your data are deleted, and what data protection rights you have. We assure you that we comply with data protection legislation and do all we can to protect your privacy. But there’s no denying it: the internet is all about data sharing and it still has many vulnerabilities. Even though your data are encrypted when you visit our website, they are still vulnerable, certainly at the point when they are shared with third-party sites. Please note that this privacy policy does not extend to any third-party sites you may access from our site, via a link, for instance. Please remember also that e-mails are unencrypted and therefore essentially not a secure means of communication.

Who can I contact?
Responsibility for this website lies with
Knight-Jones Sprachendienste
Wilhelm-Bode-Str. 49
38106 Braunschweig Germany

Tel.: +49 531 43856
Fax: +49 3212 139 83 27
E-Mail: ObscureMyEmail

What are my rights?
You can contact us at any time if you have questions about your data protection rights or if you wish to exercise any of the rights below::

  • Right to withdraw consent as per Art. 7 (3) GDPR
  • Right of access as per Art. 15 GDPR (example: you can contact us to find out what data we have stored about you.)
  • Right to rectification as per Art. 16 GDPR (example: you can contact us if your e-mail address changes, to ask us to use your new rather than the old address.)
  • Right to erasure as per Art. 17 GDPR (example: you can contact us to ask us to delete specific data about you that we have stored.)
  • Right to restriction of processing as per Art. 18 GDPR (example: you can contact us to ask us not to delete your e-mail address, but to use it only to send essential e-mails.)
  • Right to data portability as per Art. 20 GDPR (example: you can contact us to obtain the data we have stored about you in a compressed format, because you may wish to make these data available to another website.)
  • Right to object as per Art. 21 GDPR (example: you can contact us if you object to any of the marketing or analysis methods mentioned here.)
  • Right to lodge a complaint  with the competent supervisory authority as per Art. 77 (1) GDPR (example: you can lodge a complaint directly with the competent data protection supervisory authority.)

Deleting data and storage period
Unless stated otherwise, we will delete your data when they are no longer required. In addition, your data will be blocked or deleted at the end of a statutory storage period, unless the signing or performance of a contract make it necessary to continue storing the data. There may be a legal requirement to store some data for longer periods of time. You are free to request information about the stored data at any time.

Accessing our website
During your visit to our website, inbound and outbound traffic is kept secure using SSL or TLS encryption. Encrypted connections are easy to recognise in your browser’s address bar: the address starts with “https://”, preceded by a padlock icon. We will not collect any personal data if you are simply browsing our website, except for the data transmitted by your browser to enable your visit. The most important data are these:

  • Domain (e.g.
  • IP address (e.g. or 2a02:8109:9440:1198:bdb1:551f:xyz)
  • Time (e.g. 11:45 on 25/05/2018)
  • Request (e.g. the page requested and the protocol used)
  • Status code (e.g. the information whether an error occurred in response to a page request)
  • Bytes transferred (e.g. the data volume transferred when a page is requested)
  • User agent (the browser you use, e.g. Chrome or Firefox)
The most relevant to you as a visitor to our website is your IP address, as this information could theoretically be used to identify you personally. As a safeguard to protect your privacy, we will therefore delete all data 3 days after you have accessed our website. The purpose of temporarily storing your data at the start of your visit is to establish the connection, and to ensure accessibility and the correct display of our website. The IP address and the above technical data are required to display the website correctly to visitors, and for troubleshooting. The legal basis for this is a so-called legitimate interest that has been assessed as part of the above safeguards and in compliance with European data protection requirements as per Art. 6 (1) (f) GDPR.

Contact form
If you wish to contact us using our contact form, you can include the following information:

  • Name
  • E-mail address
  • Message
As a safeguard, transmission of your contact request is encrypted, like the whole website visit. Our contact form is designed to implement the principle of data minimisation, collecting only those data that are actually required. The purpose of collecting these data is only to contact you, which is why the data will only be used for that purpose. The legal basis for this is a so-called legitimate interest for the pursuit of the purpose, which has been assessed as part of the above safeguards and in compliance with European data protection requirements as per Art. 6 (1) (f) GDPR.

Privacy policy valid as at: December 2019

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The right word in the right place: we express precisely what you want to say, just in a different language.


E-mail: ObscureMyEmail
Phone: +49 531 43856

Because what you say matters not only to you, it also matters to us.