Declaration on the duty to provide information
The protection of your personal data is of particular concern to us. We therefore process your data exclusively on the basis of the legal regulations (DSGVO, TKG 2003). In this data protection information we inform you about the most important aspects of data processing on our website.
Contact with us
If you contact us by form on the website or by e-mail, the data you provide will be stored with us for six months for the purpose of processing your enquiry and in the event of follow-up questions. We will not pass on this data without your consent.
Our website uses so-called cookies. These are small text files that are stored on your mobile device using the browser. They’re not doing any damage.
If you do not wish this, you can set your browser so that it informs you about the setting of cookies and you only allow this in individual cases.
When cookies are deactivated, the functionality of our website may be limited.
Our website uses functions of the web analysis service MATOMO (formerly PIWIK) of InnoCraft Ltd. (150 Willis St, 6011 Wellington, New Zealand). Cookies are used for this purpose, which enable an analysis of the use of the website by your users. The information generated in this way is transferred to the provider’s server and stored there.
You can prevent this by setting your browser so that no cookies are stored.
Your IP address is recorded but pseudonymised immediately (e.g. by deleting the last 8 bits). This means that only a rough localization is possible.
Data processing is carried out on the basis of the legal provisions of § 96 Paragraph 3 TKG and Art 6 Paragraph 1 lit a (consent) and/or f (legitimate interest) of the DSGVO.
Our concern in the sense of the DSGVO (legitimate interest) is the improvement of our offer and our website. Since the privacy of our users is important to us, the user data is pseudonymised.
In principle, you have the rights to information, correction, deletion, restriction, data transferability, revocation and objection. If you believe that the processing of your data violates data protection law or your data protection claims have otherwise been violated in any way, you can complain to the supervisory authority. In Austria, this is the data protection authority.