The owner of this website is responsible for processing your personal information. Details on the company can be found in the imprint. We take the protection of your personal data very seriously. Your personal data will be treated confidentially and in line with both the data protection laws as well as the provisions set out in this data protection declaration. It is possible to use our website without submitting your personal data. If you are asked to give personal data (e.g., name, postal address, or e-mail address), this is always – as far as possible – still on a voluntary basis.
1. Processing partners, recipients
We process your data in cooperation with processing partners who support us in providing our services (e.g., web-hosting, e-mail newsletter distribution). These processing partners are committed to handling your data in a strictly confidential way and may not use your personal data for any other purpose than providing our services. Your personal data will only be passed on to service providers such as banks (if you receive money transfers), tax advisors (if you are part of our accounting), distributors (if you receive mail from us), etc.
2. SSL- or TLS-ecnryption
This site uses SSL or TLS encryption for security reasons and for the protection of the transmission of confidential content, such as the inquiries you send to us as the site operator. You can recognize an encrypted connection in your browser's address line when it changes from "http://" to "https://" and the lock icon is displayed in your browser's address bar. If SSL or TLS encryption is activated, the data you transfer to us cannot be read by third parties.
Once you have filled in and sent a contact form, your personal data provided will be processed by the person responsible in order to answer your inquiry based on the consent you have given by submitting the contact form. There is no legal or contractual obligation to provide personal data. Choosing not to provide personal data simply means that your inquiry will not be sent to us, and we will not be able to process it.
You have the right to withdraw your consent in writing at any time form. This withdrawal of consent shall have no impact on the legality of data processing activity up to a point in time when consent was withdrawn.
4. E-Mail Newsletter
By clicking on the checkbox you agree to the abovementioned personal data being used by the person responsible for data protection to send you an e-mail newsletter based on your consent (subject to objection and/or withdrawal of consent). There is no legal or contractual obligation to provide personal data. Not providing personal data will only result in you not receiving the e-mail newsletter. You have the right to withdraw your consent at any time in written form or by clicking on the relevant link. This withdrawal of consent shall have no impact on the legality of data processing activity up to the point in time when consent was withdrawn. In the same way you can also revoke consent for your personal data to be used for the purposes of direct advertising. In this case your personal data will no longer be used for direct advertising in the form of an e-mail newsletter.
5. Push notifications from PushPanda.io
We use browser push notifications from PushPanda.io. Browser push notifications are notifications that can be displayed on your terminal device without opening the website or the relevant app. No distinctive user data, such as IP addresses or similar, that could allow the user in question to be identified, are saved. If somebody registers for the notification distributor (opt-in process), only an identification code and the geographical IP information (country and state) of the user are sent to PushPanda.io and stored in its database. This code is issued by the respective browser provider (Google, Mozilla, Apple, etc.) and enables the notifications to be sent to the relevant browser later. Notifications are sent by the browser provider itself. If the opt-in for push notifications is withdrawn (opt-out), all data saved with PushPanda.io is deleted and the identification code will be invalid
6.1. What are Cookies?
Cookies make websites more user-friendly and efficient for users. A cookie is a small text file used to save information. When you visit a site, this website can place a cookie on your computer. If at a later point in time you revisit the website, the website can read the information saved in the cookie and find out, for example, which areas of the site you are particularly interested in or whether you have visited the website before.
6.2. Changing cookie settings
The web browser settings determine how the web browser deals with cookies and which cookies are or are not allowed. These settings can be changed. How and where these changes can be made depends on the web browser. Use the ‘Help’ function in your web browser to find out more about how to change your cookie settings.
6.3. Cookies on our website
Cookie-Consent: to save your consent for cookies to be used.
Google: to save user data connected to Google’s website statistics software Google Analytics. For more information visit Google Analytics.
Facebook: to save user data connected to Facebook Pixel. For more information visit Facebook Developer and read the information on Facebook cookies.
Hotjar: To save user data connected to Hotjar. For details read the Hotjar cookie information.
6.4. Server Log Files
For the purposes of technical monitoring and increased security, this website processes the following personal data in a server log file. This processing is based on the principle of overwhelming interest of the person/company responsible (technical security measures).
- site from which the file was accessed (“referrer URL”)
- name of the file
- date and time the file was accessed ("time stamp")
- amount of data transferred
- access status (file transferred, file not found, etc.)
- ype of web browser used, e.g. Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Apple Safari, Opera etc.)
These data are saved in personalised form only temporarily for a period of seven days. After that the log files are deleted.
7. Google Analytics
8. Facebook Pixel
Deactivation Facebook Pixel
- It is possible to prevent our website from collecting your user data by activating the “Do Not Track” function in your web browser. Your web browser will then send a “Do Not Track” signal to all websites, including ours.
- You can prevent this website from collecting your data via Facebook Pixel by clicking on the following link. This places an opt-out cookie on your computer, which prevents data from being collected from you if you visit this website again. Deactivate Facebook Pixel.
9. Google Recaptcha
Some pages of our website have buttons which allow users to share the content on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest.
These buttons have been designed to protect personal data. The script (computer programme) behind the buttons does not collect or process any personal data. Detailed information on the function of these buttons is available from Heise Verlag, the company which publishes the IT journal c’t and is also responsible for developing the buttons.
Website visitors who wish to share our website can click on one of these buttons. They will be forwarded to the “share” page of the respective social media platform. Only there will the scripts be loaded which are needed in order to share the content of the website. This sharing of information is subject to the terms and conditions as well as the data protection provisions of the respective social media platform. For more information visit Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, Pinterest.
The following information is collected about the website user’s device and browser:
- IP address of device in anonymised form;
- screen resolution of device;
- type of device (individual identifying characteristics of device), operating system and browser type;
- geographical location (country only);
- preferred language for showing Hotjar-based website.
- Mouse activity (movements, position and clicks)
- Keyboard activity
Our servers record random samples of information from Hotjar-based websites. This includes:
- referring domain;
- sites visited;
- preferred language for showing the website;
- geographical location (country only);
- date and time when the pages of the website were accessed.
12. Your rights
You have the right to know which personal data has been collected, to request that this data be corrected or deleted as well as to limit or object to the use of your personal data. Provided the processing of your personal data is based on your consent or an agreement which has been concluded with you, you also have the right to request that this data be sent to you. Furthermore, you have the right to withdraw any consent you have given for your data to be processed. This withdrawal of consent shall have no impact on the legality of data processing activity up to the point in time when consent was withdrawn. You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data for the purposes of direct advertising. In this case your personal data will no longer be used for direct advertising. In addition, you also have the right to submit a complaint to the Austrian Data Protection Authority (Austrian Data Protection Authority, Wickenburggasse 8, 1080 Vienna, Austria email@example.com).