Version from 24.05.2018
This document has been automatically translated by DeepL and is for informational purposes only, authoritative is the original German version.
The websites of the Raussmüller organization and the associated data processing are operated by UC Art AG:
In this data protection declaration, we, UC Art AG (hereinafter referred to as we or us), explain how we collect and otherwise process personal data. This is not a conclusive description; if necessary, other data protection declarations regulate specific facts. Personal data is understood to mean all information relating to a specific or identifiable person.
If you provide us with personal data of other persons (e.g. family members, data of work colleagues), please ensure that these persons are familiar with this data protection declaration and only provide us with their personal data if you are permitted to do so and if these personal data are correct.
This data protection declaration is based on the EU Data Protection Ordinance (DSGVO). Although the DSGVO is a regulation of the European Union, it is important to us. The Swiss Data Protection Act (DSG) is strongly influenced by EU law, and companies outside the European Union and the EEA must comply with the DSGVO under certain circumstances.
1. Person in Charge
Responsible1 for the data processing described here is UC Art AG, Hagenaustrasse 20, CH-4056 Basel. If you have any data protection concerns, you can inform us at the following contact address:
2. Collection and Processing of Personal Data
We primarily process the personal data that we collect from users when operating our websites and sending our newsletter.
In addition to the data you provide us directly, this includes data in connection with the use of these services (e.g. IP address, cookies).
3. purposes of data processing and legal bases
We use the personal data we collect to the extent permitted and deemed appropriate and we have a legitimate interest in the offers and further development of our offers, services and websites and other platforms on which we are present.
If you have given us your consent2 to process your personal data for specific purposes (for example when registering to receive our newsletter), we will process your data within the scope of and based on this consent, unless we have another legal basis and require one. A given consent can be revoked at any time, but this has no effect on data processing that has already taken place.
4. Cookies / Tracking and other Technologies in Connection with the Use of our Website
We use “cookies” in our online bookshop to guarantee the function of the shopping basket. A cookie is a small file that is sent to your computer or automatically stored on your computer or mobile device by your web browser when you place a book in your shopping cart. This way your choice can be saved while you continue to browse the website.
However, you can set your browser to reject cookies, save them only for one session or otherwise delete them prematurely. Most browsers are preset to accept cookies. If you block cookies, certain functionalities (such as language selection, shopping cart, ordering processes) may no longer work.
For our newsletter we use MailChimp. This is a service of The Rocket Science Group LLC in the USA (rocketsciencegroup.com). In order to measure and better understand how you use our services, MailChimp incorporates visible and invisible picture elements in our newsletters to the extent permitted, through which we can determine whether and when you have opened the e-mail. You can block this in your email program; most are set to do so by default.
We use Google Analytics on our websites. This is a service of Google LLC in the USA (www.google.com), with which we can measure and evaluate the use of the website (not personal). Google Analytics does not receive (and does not retain) any personal information from us, and only receives pseudonymised IP adresses.
By using our websites and agreeing to receive our newsletter, you consent to the use of these techniques. If you do not want this, you must set your browser or e-mail program accordingly.
5. Data Transfer and Data Transmission Abroad
If you order a book from us, we will pass on your address data to a supplier of our choice for delivery of the goods. Depending on the delivery destination, these are inland, but can be anywhere on earth.
6. Duration of the Storage of Personal Data
We process and store your personal data as long as it is necessary for the fulfilment of our contractual and legal obligations or otherwise the purposes pursued with the processing, as well as in addition in accordance with the legal storage and documentation obligations. As soon as your personal data are no longer required for the above-mentioned purposes, they will be deleted or made anonymous as far as possible.
7. Data Security
We take appropriate technical and organisational security precautions to protect your personal data from unauthorised access and misuse.
8. Rights of the Data Subject
You have the right to information, correction, deletion, the right to restriction of data processing and otherwise the right to object to our data processing and to the surrender of certain personal data for transmission to another location (so-called data portability) within the scope of the data protection law applicable to you and to the extent provided for therein (such as in the case of the DSGVO). We have already informed you of the possibility of revoking your consent in Section 3.
The exercise of such rights usually requires that you clearly prove your identity. To assert your rights, you can contact us at the address given in paragraph 1.
Furthermore, every data subject has the right to enforce his claims in court or to lodge a complaint with the competent data protection authority. The responsible data protection authority in Switzerland is the Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner (http://www.edoeb.admin.ch).
Based on DSAT.ch.
1 For definition see Art. 4 para. 7 DSGVO. See brief description at https://ec.europa.eu/info/law/law-topic/data-protection/reform/rules-business-and-organisations/obligations/controller-processor/what-data-controller-or-data-processor_en and, in addition, the opinion 00264/10 of the Article 29 Data Protection Working Party on the terms “controller” and “processor” (WP 169), available at http://ec.europa.eu/justice/article-29/documentation/opinion-recommendation/files/2010/wp169_en.pdf.
1 Within the scope of the DSGVO Art. 7 DSGVO and ext. 32, 22, 42, 43 as well as Guidelines on Consent under Regulation 2016/679 (WP 259) of the Article 29 Data Protection Working Party, http://ec.europa.eu/newsroom/article29/item-detail.cfm?item_id=623051