Getting in contact with us
When contacting us via email or via one of the forms on our website, we store your data for 6 months in order to be able to process your inquiry as well as to able to handle possible follow-up questions. We do not pass on your data to third parties without your consent.
Our website uses so-called cookies. A cookie is a small text file that is saved to, and, during subsequent visits, retrieved from your browser on your computer or mobile device. They do not cause any damage.
If you do not agree with this practice, you can set your browser in a way that it will inform you about setting cookies. Additionally, this enables you to permit a particular cookie.
Deactivating cookies may limit the functions of our website.
We use maps provided by “Google Maps” by Google LLC, 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA.
We have made a compliant data processing contract with the provider.
In accordance with the GDPR, we have a legitimate interest in improvinig our offers and our website. In order to protect our users’ data properly, we use data pseudonymization.
We record your IP-address; as soon as it is recorded, we use pseudonymization such as deleting the last 8 bit. Thus, the IP-address can be localized only roughly.
Data processing is based on legal regulations of § 96 Par 3 TKG (Telecommunications Law 2003) as well as Art 6 Par 1 lit a (agreement) and/or f (legitimate interest) of the GDPR.
You can opt-out to the creation of a user profile, Hotjar’s storing of data about your usage of our site and Hotjar’s use of tracking cookies on other websites by following this Opt-Out Link anklicken.
Storing Data in our Webshop
In order to process your order, we store the following data: title, first name, surname, address, email address, optional data you have entered (company, address details, telephone number). We require the data you have provided to fulfil the contract or take measures that are necessary in the pre-contract phase. Without this data, we cannot enter the contract with you. We do not share data with third parties; exceptions are credit card data, which we transmit to the bank(s)/the payment provider involved in order to enable them to debit your purchase, delivery service companies who we assign with the delivery of your purchase as well as our tax adviser enabling him to fulfil his legal obligations.
If you cancel your order before sending it, all the data stored will be deleted. After a contract has been made, all data connected with it are stored for a period of 7 years according to tax laws.
Data connected with name, address, purchased products/services and the date of purchase are stored for a period of 10 years, after which product liability has expired. Data processing is based on legal regulations of § 96 Par 3 TKG (Telecommunications Law 2003) as well as Art 6 Par 1 lit a (agreement) and/or lit b (necessary to fulfil a contract) of the GDPR.
Registration and user account
Registration for a user account is optional when using our webshop. By registering, we inform users about necessary information (obligatory and optional fields). We use data shared with us in the registration to enable users to use our website. We may provide users with information relevant with regard to offers and registration, such as changes of our product/service range, technical updates etc., via email.
In case a user quits the user account, data related to this account are deleted, apart from data which have to be stored for legal reasons set up by tax and/or trade laws according to GDPR Art. 6 Par. 1 lit. c. If a user quits before a contract has been fulfilled, any backup of the data rests with the user. We are permitted to delete all data stored during the contract period irretrievably.
When users use our functions to register and log in in connection with their user accounts, we store the IP-address as well as the time of the user’s particular action. This action is based on both our legitimate interest as well as the users’ interest regarding the protection against misuse and other unauthorized usage. After a maximum of 7 days the IP-addresses are anonymized or deleted.
In general, we do not share data with third parties; however, situations in which we have to make claims or in which we have to meet a legal obligation according to GDPR Art. 6 Par. 1 lit. c have to be considered exceptions.
You can subscribe to our newsletter on our website. Furthermore, in order to provide you with specific information, we may collect and process additionally information our users provide optionally.
For our newsletter service, we need our email address and your confirmation that you accept receiving the newsletter. Therefore, as soon as you have subscribed to our newsletter service, we send you an email comprising a link to confirm your registration.
Users can unsubscribe from the newsletter service whenever they want by sending an email to the following email address: email@example.com
After that, we will immediately delete your data connected with our newsletter service.
In accordance with the GDPR, we have a legitimate interest in improving our offers and our website. Therefore, we use marketing and remarketing services (kurz „Google-Marketing-Services”) provided by Google LLC, 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA, („Google“).
Google can connect the information collected also with data collected from other sources. When users visit other websites afterwards, they can be provided with adverts reflecting their particular interests.
Additionally, the user’s IP address is recorded through Google Analytics; in connection with Google Analytics, we use data pseudonymization: We record your IP-address; as soon as it is recorded, we use pseudonymization such as deleting the last 8 bit. Thus, the IP-address can be localized only roughly, adverts only administered and displayed for a particular cookie-owner, not for a specific person. This is of course not the case if users have permitted Google explicitly to use their data without any pseudonymization. The information collected by Google Marketing Sevices are transmitted to Google and stored on their servers in the USA. The user’s IP address is not connected with other data of this user collected in other Google services.
Furthermore, we use “Google Tag Manager“ to implement analysis and marketing services provide by Google in our website and administer them.
Our sites in social media
We offer sites in social media and networks in order to be able to communicate with users, clients and customers who are active there. These media and networks are offered on the basis of their particular terms and conditions as well as their particular data privacy policies.
Our use of facebook social media plugins
In accordance with the GDPR, we have a legitimate interest in improving our offer as well as in analysing and optimizing our website. Therefore, we use social plugins (“plugins”) provided by Facebook Ireland Ltd., 4 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbour, Dublin 2, Ireland (“Facebook“). On the website, the plugins may be graphic content, text or video content or elements which enable interaction. They can be identified by the use of Facebook logos (“f” on a respective background, the “thumbs-up”-sign or the term “Like”) or the label “Facebook social plugin”. For details regarding the appearance of Facebook social plugins please see: https://developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/.
For further information regarding data collection by Facebook, further data processing and data usage as well as user rights and your personal settings to protect your privacy, please see Facebook’s data policy https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/.
You have the right to request information about the personal data we hold on you, rectification, deletion, restriction and portability of your personal data as well as to disclaim and object. In case you consider our processing of your data not according to data privacy laws or you feel your data privacy claims have not been met in any other way, you have the right to raise a complaint to a supervisory authority. In Austria you can raise your complaint to the Data Protection Authority (“Datenschutzbehörde”).