The protection of your personal data is particularly important for us. We only process your data in accordance with the existing legal regulations (GDPR, TKG 2003). The following information on our data protection policy illustrate the most important aspects of data processing in relation to our website.
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We have signed a specific contract on the commissioned processing of data with our provider.
Data are processed according to the legal provisions of § 96 Paragraph 3 of the TKG and Art 6 Paragraph 1 letter a (Consent) and/or f (legitimate interest) of the GDPR.
Our interest, according to the definition of the GDPR (legitimate interest), is the improvement of our offer and of our online presence.
You have the opportunity to subscribe to our newsletter through our website. To this purpose, we need your e-mail address and your agreement to receive the newsletter.
In confirming your subscription to the newsletter, you consent to the storage of your e-mail address, including the date of registration, your IP address and the list name of the required newsletter. We will use your e-mail address and the personal data collected at the same time – such as your first and last names, or language – for the administration and dispatching of the selected newsletter, as well as news about events and other information regarding our organisation. Our newsletters contain no third-party advertising nor any links to pages that are not directly related to the content of our newsletter. We will of course not sell or disclose the data to any third party.
We will store your contact details until you tell us otherwise. Each newsletter contains information on how to unsubscribe from the newsletter. If you want information about the data we have collected about yourself, please send an e-mail to: <a href=”mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org”>email@example.com</a>
You have the right of access, to rectification, erasure, to restrict processing, to data portability, to lodge a complaint and to withdraw consent. If you believe that the processing of your data breaches the data protection law, or that your data protection rights have been violated in any way, you can file a complaint with the responsible supervisory authority. In Liechtenstein it is the.