Data privacy statement
As at: 06. September 2016
Our website is governed by Swiss data protection legislation, in particular the Federal Act on Data Protection (FADP). Protecting your privacy is extremely important to us. This statement therefore provides detailed information on how we handle your personal data on this website.
You can visit our website without having to disclose any personal information. We store only access data in our server log files; this does not allow us to draw any direct conclusions about your identity. Among other things, this data includes the names of the pages visited, the date and the time of access, the volume of data transmitted and the internet service provider used. We use this data exclusively to debug and improve the functionality of our website.
We collect personal data when you contact us, using our contact form, for example, and thus voluntarily provide us with information such as your name, email address or telephone number. The type of personal data collected in this context is evident from the information requested.
We collect personal data when you subscribe to an email newsletter on our website, thus enabling us to send regular updates about our activities to the address provided. The type of personal data collected in this context is evident from the information requested. The newsletter may be unsubscribed at any time and especially by clinking on the link provided specifically for this purpose in each email newsletter. We may contract third parties in Switzerland to distribute the newsletter and provide them with the personal data required.
To increase your privacy, the IP addresses used are truncated by Google prior to processing and/or storing.
You can prevent your data from being transmitted to and processed or stored by Google by downloading and installing the Google browser add-on which is available at the following link:
To further increase your online privacy, you can use a browser extension such as Ghostery.
Further information on Google’s data protection policies can be found at the following link:
Right to information
In accordance with Swiss data protection legislation, you have a right to – generally free – information about personal data relating to you that we process or store. You also have the right to request that personal data stored by us be corrected or deleted. If you have any concerns in connection with this, you are welcome to contact us using the contact information shown in imprint notices.