The purpose of this data protection declaration is to inform users of this website about the rights granted to them by Article 13 of the Swiss Federal Constitution, the provisions of the Federal Data Protection Act and – where applicable – the EU Data Protection Ordinance.
This declaration also describes how Marlett GmbH handles any data collected in association with the use of this website.
Use of this website is in principle also possible without the input of personal data. Where personal data are required (e.g. for the completion of a web form), input is explicitly requested.
Responsibility for data processing
The company named below is responsible for processing data in accordance with the applicable Swiss or EU legal provisions and other regulations relating to data protection:
Phone: +41 41 530 41 71
Marlett GmbH implements all technical measures in order to secure the greatest possible protection of data collected via this website (including encrypted data transmission via TLS/SSL). Due to the existence of fundamental security gaps in the Internet it is not possible to guarantee absolute data protection.
Transfer of data to third parties
Data collected via this website will not be passed on to third parties unless stated to the contrary below.
Links to external websites
This website may contain links to external websites for which Marlett GmbH is not responsible. Users should therefore note that these websites possess their own data protection declarations and general terms and conditions that may differ from those of Marlett GmbH.
Cookies are used on the website of Marlett GmbH. For a detailed description of this technology, please refer to the following Wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_cookie
Cookies may contain a “Cookie ID” that permits its unequivocal identification. It comprises a sequence of characters that can be allocated by websites and servers to the specific web browser in which the cookie has been saved.
The legal basis for the processing of data via cookies is Article 6, paragraph 1, section 1 lit f of the EU Data Protection Ordinance.
Input of data and general information (log files)
When this website is accessed, data and general information are collected and saved in the server’s log files. Log files may contain details of the version and utilised type of browser, the user’s operating system, the site from which a user has accessed our website (referrer), secondary websites that have been addressed via a system accessing our website, an IP (Internet Protocol) address, the Internet Service Provider of the accessing system and other data and information that serve to protect against risks resulting from attacks against the IT system.
When the collected data and general information are utilised, identification of the individual user is not possible. The data are required in order to deliver the content of this website correctly, secure the functionality of IT systems and the technology of this website and, in the event of a cyber attack, to provide the relevant authorities with the necessary information for initiating prosecution.
On the one hand the anonymously collected data and general information are used by Marlett GmbH or its hosting partner for statistical purposes, and on the other hand they are evaluated with the aim of enhancing data protection and data security.
Rights of the user
As a user, you have the right to request information about the personal data processed by Marlett GmbH, including in particular:
- Processing purposes
- Categories of personal data
- Categories of parties to whom your data have been or will be disclosed
- The planned duration of storage
- The existence of a right to correct, delete, restrict or contradict the processed data
- The right to transmit data (as long as this does not cause undue outlay)
- The origin of your data (if they were not collected by us)
- The existence of automated decision-making, including profiling.
You also have the right to revoke any granted permission concerning the use of your personal data.
Should you be of the opinion that the processing of your personal data by Marlett GmbH is contrary to the applicable data protection provisions, you have the option of lodging a complaint with the data protection section of the relevant authority.
This website uses Google Analytics, which can record, collect and evaluate visitor behaviour. The data concerned include the website from which the user has been referred, which secondary sites are accessed, as well as how frequently and for how long a secondary site is visited. This analysis of user behaviour enables us to improve our website and its content, and to adapt it to users’ needs.
The operator of Google Analytics is Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Pkway, Mountain View, CA 94043-1351, USA.
The IP anonymisation function of Google Analytics accesses this website. IP addresses of users within Switzerland, member states of the EU and the EEA are abbreviated. This means the person-related aspect of the IP address is removed. Within the framework of the contract data processing agreement concluded between website operators and Google Inc., the latter is able to use the collected data to evaluate website use and activities and to provide services relating to Internet use.
Taking account of the applicable legislation, Marlett GmbH has concluded a contract data processing agreement with Google Inc. This means that the latter may under certain circumstances pass on collected personal data via this website to third parties – an action we are unable to influence.
Users of this website may independently determine whether their behaviour on our site is recorded by Google Inc. For this purpose we provide a link for users to opt out or opt in again: Google Analytics verbieten, mich zu verfolgen.When you click on this link, a cookie is placed in your web browser which activates or deactivates data collection. This means that the storage of cookies must be enabled so that the above link can be used. If the cookie should be deleted from the web browser, you will have to click on the opting-out link again in order to deactivate tracking by Google Analytics. As an alternative, and if the storage of cookies is not permitted, it is possible to prevent data collection via Google Analytics through the use of the add-on function. Further information: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
More detailed information and the applicable data protection provisions of Google may be viewed at http://www.google.de/intl/de/policies/privacy and http://www.google.com/analytics/terms/de.html.
The following website contains a more detailed description of Google Analytics: http://www.google.com/intl/de/analytics.
If you complete a contact form (sometimes also called a web form), send us an e-mail or another type of electronic message, your data will only be saved in order for us to process your enquiry and any associated further questions, and will only be used within the scope of your request or enquiry.
The legal basis for processing requests and enquiries is Article 6, paragraph 1, section 1 lit b, EU Data Protection Ordinance.
Marlett GmbH will delete your contact details after your request / enquiry has been dealt with.
Automated decision-making (profiling)
Marlett GmbH does not use automated decision-making or profiling.