Even if the relevant statutory provisions do not directly affect professional activities, they are nevertheless subjected to the requirements deriving from the fundamental right of Art. 12(1) GG if the objective pursued and the resulting indirect and factual impacts amount, in terms of functional equivalency (funktionales Äquivalent ), to an interference with the freedom of occupation (cf. BVerfGE 105, 252 <273>; 105, 279 <303>; 110, 177 <191>; 113, 63 <76>; 116, 135 <153>; 116, 202 <222>; 118, 1 <20>; cf. also BVerfG, Order of the Second Chamber of the First Senate of 25 July 2007 – 1 BvR 1031/07 –, juris, para. 32); in other words, it must be established that the indirect impacts in question are more than mere unintended side effects of statutory decisions that pursue unrelated objectives (cf. BVerfGE 106, 275 <299>; BVerfGE 116, 202 <222> with further references). This also applies in respect of whether the state is bound by fundamental rights when publishing official information. The publication of official information may be functionally equivalent to an interference with Article 12(1) of the Basic Law, at least where it directly targets the market conditions of specific individualised companies by intentionally influencing the basis of consumer decision-making, thus altering the market and competitive situation to the economic disadvantage of the affected companies.