The following explanations will give you detailed information about how your personal information and data will be treated at www.swisstubes.ch. These principles will be adapted to new circumstances, for example in the event of legal changes.
1. Storage and processing of personal data
The operator undertakes to protect the privacy of all persons using the services at www.swisstubes.ch and to treat personal data confidentially. This is based on the applicable statutory provisions.
2. Use of personal data
The operator uses your data exclusively in order to provide you with the services and offers described, i.e. only the information and data which are absolutely necessary are stored and processed. In addition, the operator carries out internal investigations based on the information available from the server log files. This is done for quality assurance and service improvement purposes. These investigations are carried out on a completely anonymous basis and do not allow any conclusions to be drawn about individual users or their usage behaviour.
3. Disclosure of information
The operator does not pass on your personal data to third parties. You will receive e-mails exclusively from the operator of www.swisstubes.ch. The operator does not publish personal information of the users, if the explicit permission of the user was not given or in special exceptional cases. Such an exception exists, for example, if there is reason to believe that a user of www.swisstubes.ch violates the rights or property of the operator and/or other users and/or violates applicable law. This applies regardless of whether the violation is intentional or unintentional.
4. Security measures against loss and misuse
When transmitting personal information / data, the operator uses encryption technology where necessary for the highest level of confidentiality. Your personal data is password-protected so that only you have access to it. Our servers use various security mechanisms and authorization procedures to make unauthorized access more difficult. You should always treat your access information confidentially and close the browser window when you have finished communicating with the operator. This ensures that no one but you can access your personal data if you share your computer with others. For technical reasons, however, when information is transmitted from the Internet, it is possible that the operator may automatically come into possession of information that may be invisible to you without your express consent. It should be noted that confidentiality is not guaranteed when an unencrypted or insufficiently encrypted e-mail (or form) is transmitted.