Protecting your privacy when collecting, processing and using your personal data in accordance with legal requirements is important to us. In the following, we explain our principles for the protection of your personal rights.
Scope of application
This declaration applies to all websites for which Lukas Walcher is responsible. However, our web pages may contain links (references) to information offered by external companies to which our data protection declaration does not apply.
The main legal basis for the protection of personal data is the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679. Personal data is data that relates to natural persons and that can be assigned to a person (e.g. your name, your telephone number or your e-mail address).
Visitors to our websites are generally not required to disclose any personal data. In some cases, we collect information about you that is not of a personal nature. Such information includes, for example, your Internet browser, your operating system and the web pages you visit on our site. This information is evaluated for statistical purposes in order to continuously improve our services. You remain anonymous as an individual user.
Collection and use of personal data and purpose limitation
Personal data is only collected if you actively and voluntarily provide us with it – for example, when filling out our contact form. All personal data collected in the course of visiting our website is collected, processed and used in accordance with the applicable provisions on the protection of personal data only for the purpose of the services you have requested and for processing your enquiries. The retention period of this data is based on the statutory provisions.
Protection of your personal data
In order to adequately protect your personal data, we have implemented technical measures to prevent unauthorised access. Furthermore, our employees are bound to secrecy. We assure you that we will not pass on your personal data to third parties without your consent.
In principle, you have the rights to information, correction, deletion, restriction, data transferability, revocation and objection. If you believe that the processing of your data violates data protection law or that your data protection rights have been violated in any other way, you can complain to the supervisory authority. In Austria, this is the data protection authority. https://www.dsb.gv.at/
Responsible for data protection