Die Leserei Anna Dätwyler Libellenweg 5 3006 Bern + 41 79 730 78 81 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Data protection declaration
1. Introduction and basics
Anna Dätwyler is the operator of the website dieleserei.ch. We attach great importance to respecting your privacy and protecting your personal data. When you visit our website, when you contact us and as part of our activities, we process personal data. In doing so, we adhere to the legal requirements that apply to this data processing and take appropriate and appropriate organizational and technical measures to ensure data protection and data security. With this data protection declaration we inform you about the type, scope and purpose of data processing as well as your rights as a data subject. If you have any questions or are unclear, we will be happy to help you. Our offer and this website are aimed at people in Switzerland. If we actively share data with partner companies, this will be listed separately and will only take place with your consent. When you visit our social media presence, the regulations of the respective operator also apply. 1.1. Contact persons The operator of this website is responsible for processing personal data: Die Leserei Anna Dätwyler Libellenweg 5 3006 Bern + 41 79 730 78 81 email@example.com Our contact person for your questions and concerns regarding data protection as a data subject or authority is: Anna Dätwyler Libellenweg 5 3006 Bern + 41 79 730 78 81 firstname.lastname@example.org 1.2. Legal basis Our processing of personal data is based on the provisions of Swiss data protection law. These include in particular: Federal law on data protection of September 25, 2020 (Data Protection Act, DSG; SR 235.1) Ordinance on data protection of August 31, 2022 (Data Protection Ordinance, DSV; SR 235.11) 1.3. Terms The terms used in this data protection declaration are based on the definition in Article 5 of the Data Protection Act:
- Personal data: all information that relates to an identified or identifiable natural person.
- Data subject: natural person about whom personal data is processed.
- Particularly sensitive personal data: data about religious, ideological, political or trade union views or activities, data about health, privacy or membership of a race or ethnic group, genetic data, biometric data that clearly identifies a natural person, data on administrative and criminal prosecutions or sanctions as well as data on social assistance measures.
- Processing: any handling of personal data, regardless of the means and procedures used, in particular the procurement, storage, retention, use, modification, disclosure, archiving, deletion or destruction of data.
- Disclosure: the transmission or making available of personal data.
- Processor: private person or federal body who processes personal data on behalf of the person responsible.
1.4. Order data processing by third parties When processing personal data, we sometimes use services and tools from specialized external providers. Although we do not actively share the personal data with them, these providers can view the data as so-called processors. We have carefully selected the processors and concluded data processing contracts with them, unless they have already committed themselves otherwise to protecting the personal data viewed. This allows us to protect the processed personal data in the best possible way. 1.5. Data disclosure abroad We process personal data in Switzerland and also outside Switzerland as part of order data processing. Data disclosure abroad will occur either to States, territories, specific sectors within a State and international bodies with an adequate level of data protection, listed in Annex 1 to the Data Protection Regulation, or where an adequate level of data protection is otherwise ensured, for example through the use of standard data protection clauses or the standard contractual clauses recognized by the European Commission, specific contractual agreements or other guarantees. If, in exceptional cases, personal data is disclosed in countries without an appropriate or appropriate level of data protection, this will only be done with the express consent of the data subject or for the purpose of concluding or fulfilling a contract with a contractual partner in this country. 1.6. Data security We take the appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure the confidentiality of your personal data. In the sense of access control, only authorized persons have access to the personal data that they need to fulfill their tasks. Likewise, only authorized persons have access to the rooms and facilities in which personal data is processed. Furthermore, access to electronically processed data is password protected. All data transmitted via our website is encrypted using SSL/TLS or HTTPS. You can identify transport encryption by looking at the padlock icon in the address bar of most browsers. However, we would like to point out that data transmission over the Internet (e.g. when communicating via email) can have security gaps. Complete protection of your data from access by third parties and security authorities at home and abroad is not possible.
2. Type, scope and purpose of data processing
- Necessary cookies: They are necessary for our website to function.
- Functional and performance cookies: They store your screen layout and language settings for the best possible browsing experience. Information about the use of our website is also collected with the purpose of improving the attractiveness, content and functionality of our website.
- Cookies for measuring visitor numbers: They are used to create statistics in order to optimize the performance of our website.
- Third-party advertising cookies: They can be used for online marketing.
You can use your browser settings at any time to determine whether cookies should be allowed, partially or completely deactivated and when they should be deleted. Please note that if you completely deactivate cookies, our website may no longer be usable or may only be usable to a limited extent. Measuring visitor numbers We record visits to our website to determine how our website is used and to use this information to improve the user experience. The Internet Protocol addresses (IP addresses) can be stored, although the IP addresses are generally shortened and therefore do not allow direct conclusions to be drawn about individual people. To optimally measure the number of visitors or to measure success and reach, we use services from third parties, specifically AwStats. Use takes place in accordance with the provider’s data protection regulations. AwStats is an open source analysis tool that statistically evaluates visitor access to the web server and is part of the hosting software. Access to this data is password-protected and is only possible for authorized users, i.e. the owners of the hosting and – at the express request of the owners – the server administrator. This data is collected, processed and used only for statistical purposes and to optimize our content. Server log files Our server can record your visit to our website and records the following data transmitted by your browser:
- Date and time as well as the time zone
- Internet Protocol address (IP address)
- Operating system including information on the user interface and version
- Browser including language and version
- The individual pages of our website accessed during your visit, including the amount of data transferred and the length of stay
- The origin of your visit, e.g. whether you accessed our website via a link on another website or a social media post.
- Right to information as to whether we process personal data about you and, if so, what it is. You will receive the information that is necessary so that you can assert your rights under the data protection law and to ensure transparent data processing. This includes, among other things, the purpose of processing, the retention period, disclosure abroad and the origin if the data was not obtained directly from you. We usually provide this information within 30 days. We can refuse to provide information if this is provided for by a law in the formal sense, in particular to protect professional secrecy, if this is necessary due to the overriding interests of third parties or if the request for information is obviously unfounded, in particular if it pursues a purpose that violates data protection or is obviously querulous.
- Right to data release and transmission of your personal data in a common electronic format. This includes information that you have knowingly and willingly provided to us, as well as information that we have collected as part of your use of a service or device.
- Right to object, on the one hand, to the disclosure of data to third parties and abroad. The Data Protection Act provides for exceptions in which disclosure is still necessary. On the other hand, you can object to the processing of your personal data for the purpose of direct advertising or profiling in connection with direct advertising or generally against the processing of your personal data. You can also revoke your previously given data protection consent to the processing of your personal data at any time.
- Right to correct incorrect data, unless a legal regulation prohibits the change. Correction also includes completing or restricting the processing of your personal data.
- Right to deletion and destruction of data and to object to future processing of new personal data about you. If your data is subject to a legal retention obligation, it will be deleted or destroyed after its expiry.
- Right to complain to a responsible data protection supervisory authority (in Switzerland this is the Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner EDÖB) if we do not comply with our data protection obligations.
Please note that in order to protect your personal data, we are legally obliged to verify your identity in advance in all of the above cases in order to prevent confusion or incorrect data disclosure. You have a duty to cooperate. These rights are usually granted free of charge. If, in exceptional circumstances, costs of a maximum of 300 francs are nevertheless imposed, particularly if the effort is disproportionate, we will consult with you in advance. In this case, if you do not confirm your request within ten days, it will be deemed withdrawn without incurring any costs.
4. Final provisions