This privacy statement explains to the user how, to what extent and to what purpose RAHN collects and uses personal information. This is subject to the Swiss Data Protection Act (DSG, SR 235.1) and other applicable Swiss laws.
Access data / server log files
RAHN or the obligated providers collect(s) data every time these web pages are accessed (server log files). In particular, this access data includes:
name of the web page accessed, file, date and time of access, quantity of data transferred, report of successful retrieval, browser type including version, user’s operating system, URL of the last page visited, IP address and the provider requesting access.
RAHN or the obligated provider uses the protocol data only for statistical evaluations for operational purposes, security, to optimise the service and to fulfil statutory obligations. However, RAHN reserves the right to evaluate the protocol data where there is suspicion of illegal use or when this is necessary to fulfil contractual or statutory obligations.
The data collected is visible on the registration form. It includes among others: e-mail address, surname, first name, position, company, company address, telephone number and language. The password is stored encrypted in the system. The data entered during registration is used for the purposes of using the service. This data is also used to improve and extend the content of the pages, remedy any errors and identify users’ core interests. The services of Google Analytics in particular is used for this purpose (for additional information, see http://www.google.ch/intl/de/analytics/). Data collected in this way will not be passed on to other third parties . By registering on the RAHN web pages, the registering party consents to data being used in this way.
Integration of third-party services and content (“third-party providers”)
Retraction, changes, corrections and updates
The user has the right to receive, free of charge, information about the information that has been stored relating to his person. This must be requested in writing. The user also has the right to have inaccurate data corrected, or have his personal data blocked and deleted where there is no legal obligation preventing this.