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D-21337 Lüneburg, Germany

Phone: xx49 (0)4131 927091-0

Mail: info (at) campaign-online .de

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Responsible for the privacy of CampaignOnline is:
Ingo Bokermann, Communications and Organizational Development
Moorweg 44 A
D-21337 Lüneburg, Germany
Phone: xx49 (0)4131 927091-0
Mail: info (at) campaign-online .de

The competent authority for data protection:
The State Commissioner for Data Protection Lower Saxony
Prinzenstrasse 5
D-30159 Hanover, Germany
Phone: xx49 (0)511 120-4500
Fax: xx49 (0)511 120-4599


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