1. Legal Basis
1.1. The EU Data Protection Regulation, the Law of Data Protection 2000 as well as the Data Protection Amendment 2018 have the purpose to protect personal data and create transparency. We process your data exclusively on the basis of such legal regulations (DSGVO, DSG 2018, TKG 2003)
2.1. Responsible is Verein Arche Noah, Obere Straße 40 A-3553 Schiltern.
2.2. It is our particular concern to save and protect all personal data you have given us. In this document, you will learn more about how we use and process your data and how we protect them.
3. Earmarking, Legal Basis, Storage Period, And Data Recipients
3.1. The collected personal data are required for the purpose of business processing, allocation and settlement, enforcement of contractual claims, customer service, and marketing. Therefore, data is collected, saved, processed and used. If there is no business transaction or contract made after the receipt of your data, they will be deleted immediately or at the latest according to the guidelines of the data processing directory.
3.2. The legal basis for the processing of your personal data is the performance of contracts, justified interest, the fulfilment of our legal and contractual obligations, on the one side, and your consent on the other side. The failure to provide data can have different impacts. When you contact us via the website or by mail, we will keep your data given relating to your inquiry for six months for any follow up. We will not hand over this data without consent.
4.1. In case your approval is required for the processing of your data, we will do so only after your consent.
4.2. Generally, we do not process data of underage persons and have no right to do so. With your approval, you confirm that you have completed your 18th year.
5. Data Security
5.1. We have been putting technical and organizational security measures in place to protect personal data against manipulation, loss, deletion, or access of unlawful persons. Our safety measures are improved continuously according to the technical progress.
6. Your Rights
6.1. In case no legal retention requirements exist, you have the right to deletion of your data and the right to withdraw your consent from the processing. Additionally, you have the right to correct your data or limit the processing. You may also file a complaint at the Austrian Data Protection Agency (Wickenburggasse 8-10, 1080 Wien, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).