Most recent update: June 14th 2018
The protection of your personal data is a priority for us. We process your data exclusively on the basis of the legal provisions (GDPR, LPD 2018, TKG 2003) and only in the frameworks of our business purpose. In the following we inform you about what data we collect about you, how we use this data, with whom we possibly share this data and what legal possibilities you have.
We process both data that you give us yourself and data that we acquire through your use of our online presence.
Responsible for the data-processing is:
LINIERT DESIGN OG
Tel +43 699 11332557
Fax +43 1 9444104
For any questions concerning the data-processing and the enforcement of your rights (see below), please contact us.
Processing of data you give us
1. When you make a purchase in our online-shop, we collect and save all the information you enter (name, surname, company, postcode, telephone number, e-mail address, goods, shipping-, payment method, if necessary, body measurements). Entering master-, contact and order data, is necessary for us to carry out your order. If you do not provide this data, you cannot shop in our store.
In the course of processing an order, we also collect information from some or all of the following data categories: order data, account data, bank account, communication data, accounting data, financing conditions, terms of payment, credit information, performance conditions, order history, demand-driven interests, data concerning customer satisfaction, survey data, organisational data (e.g. appointments), requests.
All this data is utilized for operating the website as well as, in course of the processing of the order, for managing customer relationship and to communicate with the customer.
We store your IP-address in order to identify fraud, such as an order under a false name.
If in course of placing your order, you voluntarily create a user account, we will allocate all your data to this account and will store the data at least until you delete your account.
Our legal ground, therefore, is the fulfilment of our contractual relationship and our justifiable interest in taking care of our customer relationship.
Furthermore, we also use all your data on the basis of our justifiable interest for direct advertising. Among other things, we can inform you about news of our business, offers, and events. You can express your disagreement with the use of your data for direct advertising anytime by sending a message to the aforementioned address. In this case, we will no longer utilise your data for this purpose.
We store this data at least for the duration of the legal storage obligation (according to the Commercial Code and the Federal Fiscal Code) and three years after completion of the respective performance of the contract. Unless you disagree, we will keep your data stored even beyond that on the basis of our justifiable interest for direct advertising.
Should you register for our newsletter, we will store and process the e-mail address you enter and your name. Entering your e-mail address is mandatory for the shipping. Your name we need in order to address you correctly.
We analyse your usage of the newsletter in order to adapt more effectively to the needs and interests of our customers. We, therefore, collect and process recipient responses (opening of the e-mail, Mail-Client used, clicks on links).
We store the entered and analyzed data until you unsubscribe from the newsletter. The legal ground is your permission. You can unsubscribe from our newsletter anytime via a link in every edition or by sending an e-mail to email@example.com. Unless you disagree, we will keep your data stored even beyond that on the basis of our justifiable interest for direct advertising.
Processing of data we acquire through your usage
1. For using our website, no personal data is necessary. However, our web server still collects the data that your internet browser passes on to us (name of the clicked page or file, date and time, Internet browser used, the page via which you reached us (referer), screen resolution and software). We process this data on the basis of our justifiable interest in finding flaws and improving our service. The IP-addresses are deleted automatically after 14 days. Using this data to trace back to you is therefore no longer possible.
2. We collect data about your usage of our website from the providers mentioned in the following passage “Cookies and Visitor Statistics” in order to adapt the page to your interests as best as possible. The legal ground is our justifiable interest in optimizing our online presence and our offers.
When do we share your data?
Your personal data is utilized exclusively by us and is not, without your permission, legal obligation or judicial- or administrative decisions, shared with third parties. Our servers are located in Austria.
If we are entitled to the protection of our interests or obligated by legal regulation to do so, we will share your information to the extent necessary with banks, legal representatives, business trustees, accountants or tax consultants, courts, administrative bodies and collection companies.
If we are to carry out third-party orders (IT-service providers, agencies, web-analytics providers), we will ensure that these use your information exclusively within the framework of our agreement with you, our orders and in compliance with the Data Protection Regulation.
Cookies and Visitor Statistics
This webpage uses Google Analytics, a web-analytics service by Google Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses so-called cookies; these are text files that are stored on your computer and enable an analysis of your usage of the website.
The following cookies are set and read on your computer:
_ga (storage period 2 years)
_gid (storage period 24 hours)
_gali (storage period 1 minute)
The information about your usage of the website created by the cookies (including IP-address) is generally transferred to a Google server in the USA and stored there. Google will utilise this information, on our order, to analyse your usage of this online presence, to make reports about the website activities for us and to provide us with further services concerning the website- and internet usage. We use the reports by Google exclusively for optimising our website and for market research. The IP-address transferred as part of Google Analytics is not added to other data of Google. Google might also transfer this information to third parties, as long as it is legally required or if third parties process this information on Google’s order. Google will definitely not join your IP-address with other data of Google. You can prevent the storage of cookies by setting your browser-software respectively; we point out, however, that in the case, you might not be able to use some functions of the website to their full potential. You have the option to fully prevent the collection of data created by cookies and data concerning your usage of the website (including IP-address) by Google, as well as the processing of this data by Google – to do so, you need to download and install a browser-add-on at http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=de. We have extended Google Analytics by the code “ga (‘set’, ‘anonymizeIp’, true);” so that a shortened version of your IP-address is processed (IP-anonymising). To find out what cookies Google Analytics can store on your computer, how long the cookies are stored and what purpose they serve, read this: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookieusage. For more information on how Google utilises data, visit this site: http://www.google.com/intl/de/policies/privacy/partners/.
Online Shop cookies
The following cookies are set by our online shop software WooCommerce if you open the shop and add at least one item to your cart:
woocommerce_cart_hash (session cookie)
woocommerce_items_in_cart (session cookie) wp_woocommerce_session (storage duration 48 hours). For more info, visit this site: https://docs.woocommerce.com/document/woocommerce‐cookies
For your language setting on our website, we set the following cookies: ztrans_cookie_test (session cookie): checks if setting cookies is possible. Language (storage duration 14 days): stores the currently set language.
You have the right to demand disclosure of all data that concerns you. If you believe that we are not processing your data legitimately or that this data is not (or no longer) correct, you can demand correction or deletion of this information or the limitation in the processing of your data (this means that we only store your data until a settlement has been reached, but are not permitted to utilise it otherwise, unless we have your permission or are otherwise authorised to do so, for example in order to exercise our rights over you). Furthermore, you can raise an objection against the data processing, if you believe that we are not (or no longer) entitled to utilise the data we have acquired about you. For this, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you revoke your permission for us to process your data or raise an objection, we will consequently delete your data, as long as we are not legally obligated or are entitled by compelling and legitimate reasons to store it. Revoking your permission will not influence the legitimacy of the data-processing up until that point. Furthermore, you have the right to receive your personal data in a structured, common and machine-readable format.
If you believe that your data is utilised in violation of the legal guidelines, please contact us. In most cases, we can clarify your issue in a direct conversation. You can also make a complaint at the Data Protection Authority (www.data-protection-authority.gv.at, Telephone: +43 1 52 152-0, E-Mail: email@example.com)