of Öster­rei­chi­scher Agrar­ver­lag for the design, publi­ca­ti­on and pro­vi­si­on of infor­ma­ti­on to regis­tered and unre­gis­tered users of the por­tals of Öster­rei­chi­scher Agrar­ver­lag Druck- und Ver­lags­ge­sell­schaft m.b.H. Nfg. KG

This pri­va­cy poli­cy ser­ves exclu­si­ve­ly to ful­fil our obli­ga­ti­on to pro­vi­de infor­ma­ti­on under data pro­tec­tion law. Whe­re refe­rence is made below to the fact that we pro­cess data on the basis of your con­sent, this pre­sup­po­ses that you have effec­tively given us this con­sent. If con­sent has not been given, we will not do any data pro­ces­sing, for which con­sent is nee­ded, of your per­so­nal data.

We her­eby inform you in detail about

  • who we are and how you can cont­act us;
  • which pro­ducts this data pro­tec­tion and pri­va­cy poli­cy appli­es to;
  • the cate­go­ries of per­so­nal data we coll­ect and pro­cess, the sources from which we obtain data, the pur­po­ses for which we pro­cess per­so­nal data and the legal basis on which we do so;
  • who we share per­so­nal data with;
  • how long we keep per­so­nal data;
  • the rights you have in rela­ti­on to to per­so­nal data rela­ting to you that we process.

1. Data con­trol­ler and contact

The legal per­son respon­si­ble for this data pro­tec­tion and pri­va­cy poli­cy and for any pro­ces­sing of per­so­nal data is

Öster­rei­chi­scher Agrar­ver­lag Druck- und Ver­lags­ge­sell­schaft m.b.H. Nfg. KG
Sturz­gas­se 1a, 1140 Vienna

You can cont­act us at
Tele­pho­ne: + 43 1 98177–0
E‑mail: datenschutz@agrarverlag.at

2. Scope of application

This data pro­tec­tion decla­ra­ti­on appli­es to the fol­lo­wing offers:

2.1 To the supply/delivery of our print media

We are the media owner and/or publisher of the fol­lo­wing print media:

  • Bes­se­res Obst
  • Das Lebens­mit­tel­hand­werk
  • Der Pflan­zen­arzt
  • Der Win­zer
  • Forst­zei­tung
  • Gar­ten & Haus
  • Gärt­ner & Florist
  • Zeit für GENUSS
  • Haus & Eigentum
  • holz­bau austria
  • Holz­ku­rier
  • KEY­ac­count
  • Pfer­de­re­vue
  • Raiff­ei­sen­blatt
  • Rei­sen Magazin
  • Stei­er­mark Genießen

2.2 To our digi­tal services
We ope­ra­te the fol­lo­wing digi­tal plat­forms, some of which con­tain are­as requi­ring regis­tra­ti­on (mark­ed with *):

2.3 To our e‑mail and news­let­ter services
We curr­ent­ly ope­ra­te the fol­lo­wing news­let­ter services:

  • Bes­se­res Obst Newsletter
  • Das Lebens­mit­tel­hand­werk Newsletter
  • Der Pflan­zen­arzt
  • Der Win­zer Newsletter
  • Forst­zei­tung Newsletter
  • Gar­ten & Haus Newsletter
  • Gärt­ner & Flo­rist Newsletter
  • Zeit für GENUSS Newsletter
  • holz­bau aus­tria Newsletter
  • Holz­ku­rier Newsletter
  • KEY­ac­count Newsletter
  • Pfer­de­re­vue Newsletter
  • Rei­sen Maga­zin Newsletter
  • Tim­ber-Online Newsletter

Our e‑mail and news­let­ter ser­vices are aimed at users and cus­to­mers who have sub­scri­bed to them. The e‑mail addres­ses of users and cus­to­mers are pro­ces­sed for the pur­po­se of sen­ding regu­lar news­let­ters as well as mar­ke­ting e‑mails to them. Each news­let­ter can be unsub­scri­bed from via a link („Unsub­scri­be from news­let­ter“) in the foo­ter of the respec­ti­ve news­let­ter. We use Ado­be Cam­paign Stan­dard to send the news­let­ters to our sub­scri­bers. Ado­be Cam­paign Stan­dard holds a Pri­va­cy Shield cer­ti­fi­ca­ti­on and com­pli­es with the data pro­tec­tion pro­vi­si­ons defi­ned therein.

Ado­be assu­res us and our customers/users that no per­so­nal data is stored in the USA. The data sto­rage takes place on ser­vers loca­ted in the EU (Ire­land). Ado­be pro­vi­des detail­ed infor­ma­ti­on on this here.

You can find data pro­tec­tion infor­ma­ti­on rela­ting to Ado­be Cam­paign Stan­dard here.

2.4 For our webshops

We curr­ent­ly ope­ra­te the fol­lo­wing webshops:

In the­se self-ser­vice web­shops, cus­to­mers can buy our pro­ducts (sub­scrip­ti­ons, sin­gle issues, digi­tal ser­vices, etc.) and pay via an inte­gra­ted plug­in (mPAY24) after regis­tering. Various pay­ment methods (cre­dit card, instant bank trans­fer, Pay­Pal, etc.) are available. The shop sys­tem used is Shop­ware 5, whe­re per­so­nal data is stored (e‑mail address, deli­very and invoice address, title, first name, last name, VAT num­ber if appli­ca­ble, tele­pho­ne num­ber, cus­to­mer num­ber, order histo­ry, log­in histo­ry, histo­ry of com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on cont­acts, time of regis­tra­ti­on, encrypt­ed access data). Shop­ware 5’s data pro­tec­tion infor­ma­ti­on can be acces­sed here.

The per­so­nal data ente­red by the cus­to­mer for the pro­ces­sing of pay­ments (e.g. Pay­Pal account or cre­dit card infor­ma­ti­on) are not stored in any of our sys­tems, but are pro­ces­sed direct­ly by mPAY24. You can find data pro­tec­tion infor­ma­ti­on of mPAY24 here.

2.5 To our e‑paper webshelves

We curr­ent­ly ope­ra­te the fol­lo­wing e‑paper webshelves:

For the­se e‑paper webs­hel­ves, the tool Blät­ter­ka­ta­log of the com­pa­ny Com­in­to is used. You can access the company’s data pro­tec­tion infor­ma­ti­on as well as infor­ma­ti­on on which per­so­nal data is stored in the Blät­ter­ka­ta­log tool here.

3. Data cate­go­ries and purpose

3.1 Data we do not collect

We do not coll­ect sen­si­ti­ve (“spe­cial”) cate­go­ries of data about our cus­to­mers and ser­vice users. Sen­si­ti­ve (“spe­cial”) cate­go­ries of data we do not coll­ect include data about a person’s race or eth­ni­ci­ty, poli­ti­cal opi­ni­ons, reli­gious or phi­lo­so­phi­cal beliefs, trade uni­on mem­ber­ship as well as gene­tic data, bio­me­tric data iden­ti­fy­ing a natu­ral per­son, health-rela­ted infor­ma­ti­on or data about a natu­ral person’s sex life or sexu­al ori­en­ta­ti­on. Of cour­se, we also do not coll­ect any infor­ma­ti­on about cri­mi­nal con­vic­tions and offen­ces of our cus­to­mers and users.

3.2 Data we pro­cess and sources from which we obtain data — How do we coll­ect data?

  • Via your user data, which you enter yours­elf in the forms used on our web­sites or in exter­nal sys­tems, which are lin­ked to our services
  • Via coo­kies (see 7.)

3.2.1 Data coll­ec­tion when visi­ting the web­site wit­hout log­ging in

In prin­ci­ple, our online ser­vices can be acces­sed wit­hout the user having to pro­vi­de any per­so­nal infor­ma­ti­on. In this case, we only store access data wit­hout per­so­nal refe­rence, such as the name of the Inter­net ser­vice pro­vi­der, the source from which the user is acces­sing our ser­vices, the IP address (anony­mi­sed) and/or the date and time of the visit. This data is pro­ces­sed in an exclu­si­ve­ly anony­mi­sed way for the pur­po­se of impro­ving our offer of ser­vices and does not reve­al in any way the iden­ti­ty of the user.

3.2.2 Data coll­ec­tion via forms and web­sites with login

The use of cer­tain ser­vices on our online por­tals requi­res the user to regis­ter; only then does the user gain access to are­as requi­ring regis­tra­ti­on. Per­so­nal data is also coll­ec­ted and pro­ces­sed when the user uses a per­so­na­li­sed or inter­ac­ti­ve ser­vice or regis­ters for it — for exam­p­le, to sub­scri­be to a news­let­ter or to par­ti­ci­pa­te in a pri­ze com­pe­ti­ti­on. In this case, per­so­nal data which are neces­sa­ry for the respec­ti­ve ser­vice are reques­ted. Data are coll­ec­ted via:

Cont­act forms
On our web­sites, you can find cont­act forms for your requests. When you use the­se forms, you can enter the fol­lo­wing information:

  • Per­so­nal details (name and title etc.)
  • Cont­act details (e‑mail address, tele­pho­ne num­ber etc)
  • Con­tent of your request (what you would like to tell us)

In accordance with the Gene­ral Data Pro­tec­tion Regu­la­ti­on (GDPR), we use this infor­ma­ti­on for a fast pro­ces­sing of and respon­se to your request.

News­let­ter sub­scrip­ti­on forms
On our web­sites, you can find forms which allow you to sub­scri­be to the news­let­ters of the respec­ti­ve online por­tals. When you use the­se forms, you can enter the fol­lo­wing information:

  • Per­so­nal details (name and title etc)
  • Cont­act details (e‑mail address etc)
  • Infor­ma­ti­on about your busi­ness (com­pa­ny etc)

On the basis of your con­sent, we use this infor­ma­ti­on to send you news­let­ters con­tai­ning infor­ma­ti­on on cur­rent indus­try events, edi­to­ri­al reports published on our media plat­forms, our own pro­mo­ti­ons and pro­mo­tio­nal offers of our cus­to­mers via e‑mail. You can revo­ke this con­sent at any time wit­hout giving reasons and with imme­dia­te effect. We store this data for a maxi­mum of three years after you last cont­ac­ted us or until you revo­ke your consent.

Log­in forms
Some con­tent published on some of our online por­tals is reser­ved for sub­scri­bers who can gain access to this con­tent by ente­ring their per­so­nal log­in infor­ma­ti­on. The fol­lo­wing infor­ma­ti­on can be ente­red for the login:

  • User­na­me (e‑mail address)
  • Per­so­nal password
  • Stay log­ged in (check­box; addi­tio­nal coo­kie that stores visi­tor credentials)

We use this infor­ma­ti­on to veri­fy aut­ho­ri­sed access to the con­tent offe­red and to acti­va­te con­tent for use by sub­scri­bers. If you tick the check­box “Stay log­ged in”, we set a coo­kie thanks to which you do not have to log in again when you access the web­site later. To pre­vent mul­ti­ple access with one and the same pass­word com­bi­na­ti­on, the ser­ver may per­form a veri­fi­ca­ti­on of the log­in infor­ma­ti­on with a time stamp. The user is respon­si­ble for ensu­ring that his/her pass­word and matching log­in name are not acces­si­ble to third par­ties. The user assu­mes full respon­si­bi­li­ty for all actions taken when using his/her log­in name tog­e­ther with the password.

The user affirms that the per­so­nal data pro­vi­ded by him/her in the cour­se of regis­tra­ti­on are true and cor­rect. The user under­ta­kes to update data on regis­tra­ti­on if neces­sa­ry. The ope­ra­tor is entit­led to block or dele­te the user’s account inclu­ding all stored data in the event of a vio­la­ti­on of the terms of use wit­hout pri­or noti­fi­ca­ti­on to the user.

Coll­ec­ted data on regis­tra­ti­on may be trans­fer­red to third par­ties for the pur­po­se of ful­fil­ling legal obli­ga­ti­ons or offi­ci­al direc­ti­ves by aut­ho­ri­ties as well as in the case of obvious­ly pre­do­mi­nant legal inte­rest (abo­ve all for the pur­po­se of effec­ti­ve legal pro­se­cu­ti­on or defence).

Forms in our web­shops and for sel­ling products
In our web­shops, the­re is the pos­si­bi­li­ty to sub­scri­be to print and digi­tal pro­ducts or buy pro­ducts, which are the­ma­ti­cal­ly rela­ted to our maga­zi­nes. To com­ple­te the online purcha­se, you can enter the fol­lo­wing information:

  • Authen­ti­ca­ti­on details (user­na­me, password)
  • Details about the desi­red online pro­duct as well as its scope and order quantity
  • Details about you (or your company/department), such as title, first and last name or resi­den­ti­al address, bil­ling address if applicable
  • Cont­act details, such as tele­pho­ne num­ber and/or e‑mail address
  • Details about an alter­na­ti­ve deli­very address, if applicable
  • Details about the desi­red method of pay­ment and the requi­red infor­ma­ti­on on payment

We use this infor­ma­ti­on to quick­ly com­ple­te and pro­cess the purcha­se of pro­ducts from our web­shops. The data you pro­vi­de is requi­red to ful­fil the con­tract or to car­ry out pre-con­trac­tu­al mea­su­res. Wit­hout this data, we can­not con­clude the con­tract with you. The­re is no trans­fer of data to third par­ties, with the excep­ti­on of

  • pay­ment infor­ma­ti­on, which is shared with the pay­ment ser­vice pro­vi­der for the pur­po­se of debi­ting the purcha­se pri­ce (see 2.4),
  • the deli­very address, which is dis­c­lo­sed to the transport/shipping com­pa­ny com­mis­sio­ned by us for the deli­very of the goods,
  • rele­vant data, which is made available to our accoun­ting depart­ment for the ful­film­ent of our obli­ga­ti­ons under tax law (we store this data in any case until the ful­film­ent of the under­ly­ing tran­sac­tions and, bey­ond that, within the frame­work of the respec­ti­ve sta­tu­to­ry reten­ti­on period).

Forms for the regis­tra­ti­on for ratings/tastings/voting
On some of our web­sites, it may be pos­si­ble to regis­ter for ratings/tastings/voting pro­ce­du­res. In order to car­ry the­se out, you can enter the fol­lo­wing data:

  • Infor­ma­ti­on about the pro­duct and its properties
  • Details about you (or your company/department), such as title, first name, last name or address
  • Cont­act details such as tele­pho­ne num­bers and/or e‑mail address
  • Details about an alter­na­ti­ve deli­very address, if applicable

Data pro­ces­sing for user surveys
We use the Lime­Sur­vey tool (on-pre­mi­ses) to con­duct sur­veys on our pro­ducts or rea­der sur­veys on spe­ci­fic topics. For this pur­po­se, Lime­Sur­vey not only stores the ans­wers ente­red by the user, but may also store per­so­nal data (non-anony­mous sur­veys). Par­ti­ci­pa­ti­on in sur­veys is gene­ral­ly vol­un­t­a­ry. If per­so­nal data is coll­ec­ted from sur­vey par­ti­ci­pan­ts in a sur­vey form, the sur­vey par­ti­ci­pant is her­eby infor­med about the data pro­ces­sing asso­cia­ted with the survey.

  • Type of data: Depen­ding on the type of sur­vey, first and last name, e‑mail address, tele­pho­ne num­ber, pos­tal address, Lime­Sur­vey user pass­word, IP address, time of sur­vey par­ti­ci­pa­ti­on, refer­rer URL or con­tent pro­vi­ded by the user (images, vide­os, etc.) may be coll­ec­ted and/or stored.
  • Pur­po­se of data pro­ces­sing: The coll­ec­tion of data in Lime­Sur­vey pri­ma­ri­ly ser­ves the pro­per exe­cu­ti­on of sur­veys and the ana­ly­sis of their results. The coll­ec­ted data may also be used by AV-Medi­en for mar­ke­ting pur­po­ses. At no time will per­so­nal data be published. Sur­vey results are anony­mi­sed pri­or to publication.
  • Legal basis: Artic­le 13 of the EU’s Gene­ral Data Pro­tec­tion Regulation
  • Dura­ti­on of sto­rage: up to 3 years after ter­mi­na­ti­on of the con­trac­tu­al rela­ti­onship or until the user requests deletion
  • Dis­clo­sure to third par­ties: As a rule, no data is dis­c­lo­sed to third par­ties — except in indi­vi­du­al cases to our con­trac­tu­al part­ners (e.g. in the cour­se of mar­ke­ting cam­paigns) within the scope of this pri­va­cy policy.

3.3 The pur­po­ses for which we pro­cess coll­ec­ted data

  • Design, publi­ca­ti­on and pro­vi­si­on of online infor­ma­ti­on content
  • Design, publi­ca­ti­on and pro­vi­si­on of online infor­ma­ti­on con­tent about events and activities
  • Dis­tri­bu­ti­on of our own and third-par­ty adver­ti­sing in online media chan­nels to finan­ce online media content
  • Main­tai­ning and increase of cus­to­mer satis­fac­tion and cus­to­mer loyal­ty by orga­ni­s­ing pri­ze com­pe­ti­ti­ons, events and cus­to­mer surveys
  • Dis­tri­bu­ti­on of our own and third-par­ty adver­ti­sing in online media chan­nels, also in per­so­na­li­sed form, by taking into account pre­fe­ren­ces and user behaviour
  • Pro­vi­si­on of com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on chan­nels to main­tain the con­trac­tu­al relationship
  • Dis­clo­sure of elec­tro­nic iden­ti­fi­ca­ti­on data of the cus­to­mer to adver­ti­sing part­ners in order to enable the con­trol­led play­out and eva­lua­ti­on of the adver­ti­sing media, by using track­ing methods and the setting/analysing of coo­kies and other iden­ti­fi­ca­ti­on features.
  • Embed­ding of third-par­ty con­tent in online media con­tent for infor­ma­ti­on purposes
  • Ana­ly­sis of rea­der beha­viour and per­so­nal pre­fe­ren­ces of cus­to­mers for the tar­ge­ted dis­tri­bu­ti­on of adver­ti­sing with the aim of avo­i­ding scat­te­ring losses
  • Track­ing of the num­ber of users to docu­ment reach, in par­ti­cu­lar through Öster­rei­chi­sche Web­ana­ly­se (ÖWA)
  • Track­ing of user beha­viour to impro­ve services
  • Con­ti­nua­tion of one of our offe­rings (print media, digi­tal ser­vices, web stores, etc.) if this is con­tin­ued by a poten­ti­al purcha­ser or recipient.

On the legal basis of the (over­ri­ding) legi­ti­ma­te inte­rests of the publisher, we also store data for direct adver­ti­sing for the fol­lo­wing purposes:

  • Win­ning back cus­to­mers as well as acqui­ring new ones
  • Track­ing the num­ber of users to docu­ment reach, in par­ti­cu­lar through Öster­rei­chi­sche Web­ana­ly­se (ÖWA)
  • Main­tai­ning cus­to­mer satis­fac­tion and loyalty

4. Legal basis

Your data will be pro­ces­sed by us on the basis of one or more of the fol­lo­wing legal bases. Not all of them neces­s­a­ri­ly app­ly to you personally:

  • Exer­cise of the free­dom of press, expres­si­on and communication
  • Becau­se it is neces­sa­ry for the ful­film­ent of the con­tract con­cluded bet­ween us and the user/customer and/or for the pre­pa­ra­ti­on of the ful­film­ent, i.e. for the car­ry­ing out of pre-con­trac­tu­al measures
  • Becau­se you have con­sen­ted to the pro­ces­sing of data (plea­se note that you can revo­ke your con­sent at any time)
  • Becau­se the pro­ces­sing of your data is neces­sa­ry to pro­tect our legi­ti­ma­te inte­rests, which also include mar­ket com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on, adver­ti­sing and the trans­fer of per­so­nal data in the con­text of the sale or trans­fer of one of our offers (print media, digi­tal ser­vices, web stores, etc.), if this is con­tin­ued by a poten­ti­al purcha­ser or reci­pi­ent for the pur­po­se of con­ti­nuing the offer; as the pro­ces­sing is based on our legi­ti­ma­te inte­rest, you have the right to object to this data pro­ces­sing at any time (for more details, see point 10. Rights of the data subject)
  • Becau­se it is neces­sa­ry for the ful­film­ent of our legal obli­ga­ti­ons. In par­ti­cu­lar, this also appli­es to obli­ga­ti­ons rela­ti­ve to sta­tu­to­ry reten­ti­on peri­ods under tax law
  • Becau­se we need to pro­cess your data to enforce our legal claims (debt coll­ec­tion, etc.)

5. Use of „social plug­ins“ on the online plat­forms of Öster­rei­chi­scher Agrarverlag

In order to offer users the pos­si­bi­li­ty to post inte­res­t­ing artic­les, which were pre­vious­ly published on our plat­forms, direct­ly on social media chan­nels, some of our plat­forms con­tain plug­ins that can be reco­g­nis­ed as social media but­tons with the logos of the respec­ti­ve ser­vices. If a user acces­ses one of tho­se ser­vices by cli­cking on the respec­ti­ve icon, a direct con­nec­tion is estab­lished with the ser­vers of the respec­ti­ve ser­vice. This way, con­tent published on one of our plat­forms can be shared direct­ly with the plat­form and inte­gra­ted into the user’s web­site. Öster­rei­chi­scher Agrar­ver­lag Druck und Ver­lags Gesell­schaft m.b.H. Nfg. KG does not have any influence over, know­ledge of and/or access to data coll­ec­ted and pro­ces­sed by social media plat­forms. The lin­king of the web­site visit to the user’s per­so­nal social media pro­fi­le can be avo­ided by log­ging out of the social media pro­fi­le beforehand.

The fol­lo­wing social plug­ins are used on our platforms:

5.1  Face­book

The facebook.com plug­in can be reco­g­nis­ed by the Face­book logo and is ope­ra­ted by Face­book Inc, 1601 S. Cali­for­nia Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA. When the user uses the ser­vices, a direct con­nec­tion is estab­lished with Facebook’s ser­vers. The con­tent of the plug­in is trans­fer­red direct­ly to the plat­form and inte­gra­ted by it on Face­book. By using the plug­ins, Face­book recei­ves the infor­ma­ti­on that the user has acces­sed the plat­form. If the user is log­ged in to Face­book, Face­book can link the visit to his/her Face­book account. If the user inter­acts with the plug­ins, for exam­p­le by cli­cking on the “Like” but­ton or wri­ting a com­ment, the cor­re­spon­ding infor­ma­ti­on is stored on Face­book. Users can find the pur­po­se and scope of data coll­ec­tion and the fur­ther pro­ces­sing and use of their data by Face­book, as well as infor­ma­ti­on on the user’s rights and the set­ting of opti­ons for the pro­tec­tion of pri­va­cy in Facebook’s pri­va­cy poli­cy.

5.2 Twit­ter

The Twit­ter plug­in can be reco­g­nis­ed by the Twit­ter logo and is ope­ra­ted by Twit­ter Inc., 795 Fol­som Street, Suite 600, San Fran­cis­co, CA 94107, USA. If a user clicks on the Twit­ter icon, the web­sites visi­ted by the user are lin­ked to the user’s Twit­ter account via the “Ret­weet” func­tion and thus made known to third users. Users can find out about the pur­po­se and scope of data coll­ec­tion and the fur­ther pro­ces­sing and use of their data by Twit­ter on the pages Pri­va­cy Poli­cy and Set­tings opti­ons for the pro­tec­tion of pri­va­cy at Twit­ter. By using this plat­form, the user agrees to the pro­ces­sing of data coll­ec­ted about him/her by Twit­ter in the man­ner and for the pur­po­se descri­bed above.

5.3 Lin­ke­dIn

The Lin­ke­dIn plug­in can be reco­g­nis­ed by the Lin­ke­dIn logo and is ope­ra­ted by Lin­ke­dIn Ire­land Unli­mi­t­ed Com­pa­ny, Wil­ton Place, Dub­lin 2, Irland. . Visi­tors can use LinkedIn’s “Share” but­ton to share con­tent with their Lin­ke­dIn cont­acts — from edi­to­ri­al con­tent to landing pages and other pages. Users can find out about the pur­po­se and scope of data coll­ec­tion and the fur­ther pro­ces­sing and use of their data by Lin­ke­dIn on the Data pri­va­cy page on LinkedIn.

5.4 XING

The XING plug­in can be reco­g­nis­ed by the XING logo and is ope­ra­ted by XING SE, Damm­tor­stra­ße 30, 20354 Ham­burg, Ger­ma­ny. Visi­tors can use XING’s “Share” but­ton to share con­tent from our web­sites with their XING cont­acts — from edi­to­ri­al con­tent to landing pages and other pages. Users can find out about the pur­po­se and scope of data coll­ec­tion and the fur­ther pro­ces­sing and use of their data by XING on the XING’s Gene­ral Terms and Con­di­ti­ons and Pri­va­cy Poli­cy pages.

5.5 Pin­te­rest

This plug­in is ope­ra­ted by Pin­te­rest Inc., 635 High Street, Palo Alto, CA 94301, USA. When the user uses Pin­te­rest, visits web­sites or uses an app con­tai­ning Pin­te­rest func­tions (such as the “Pin it” but­ton), Pin­te­rest auto­ma­ti­cal­ly recei­ves log data, such as the IP address, the address of the web­site visi­ted, the type and set­tings of the brow­ser, the date and time of the visit, the user’s method of use, infor­ma­ti­on about the device used by the user and infor­ma­ti­on about coo­kies. The coll­ec­ted data is used by Pin­te­rest to sug­gest sui­ta­ble pins and pin­boards to the user and to show per­so­na­li­sed adver­ti­sing. Users can obtain more detail­ed infor­ma­ti­on on data pro­tec­tion at http://about.pinterest.com/de/privacy- poli­cy. By using this plat­form, the user agrees to the pro­ces­sing of data coll­ec­ted about him/her by Pin­te­rest in the man­ner and for the pur­po­se descri­bed above.

6. Inte­gra­ti­on of con­tent from third par­ty providers

7. Use of cookies

Öster­rei­chi­scher Agrar­ver­lag Druck und Ver­lags Gesell­schaft m.b.H. Nfg. KG uses coo­kies. Coo­kies are small text files that are trans­fer­red to your device when you visit our web­sites. They enable the use of our web­sites, make it more com­for­ta­ble and easier to ana­ly­se. We use tem­po­ra­ry (ses­si­on) coo­kies, which are neces­sa­ry for the ope­ra­ti­on and pro­vi­si­on of our web­sites, and ana­ly­ti­cal coo­kies, which help us to coll­ect gene­ral data on web­site use and enable tar­ge­ting for the spe­ci­fic dis­play of adver­ti­sing offers on our web­sites. In addi­ti­on, the­se coo­kies enable us to reco­g­ni­se the user when he/she visits the plat­form again (e.g. to save the log­in sta­tus). If you pre­fer, you can chan­ge your brow­ser set­tings so that the brow­ser informs you about the set­ting of coo­kies, which allows you to accept coo­kies only in indi­vi­du­al cases. If you com­ple­te­ly disable or reject coo­kies, it is pos­si­ble that you will not be able to use cer­tain func­tions of our web­sites, for exam­p­le log­ging in to rest­ric­ted con­tent or the purcha­se of pro­ducts in our webshops.

Some of the ser­vices lis­ted below may use coo­kies to iden­ti­fy users or use so-cal­led beha­viou­ral retar­ge­ting. This method can also be used to iden­ti­fy users’ inte­rests and sur­fing beha­viour, which do not take place on this web­site, in order to spe­ci­fi­cal­ly tail­or adver­ti­se­ments to users. For more infor­ma­ti­on, plea­se go to the pri­va­cy poli­ci­es of the respec­ti­ve ser­vices. In addi­ti­on to any opt-out opti­on offe­red by the ser­vices lis­ted below, users may opt-out of the use of coo­kies by third-par­ty ser­vices by visi­ting Net­work Adver­ti­sing Initia­ti­ve opt-out page.

You can chan­ge the set­tings regar­ding the sto­rage of coo­kies by our web­sites at any time using our con­sent manage­ment tool. You can also access the tool at a later time by cli­cking on the link in the foo­ter of the respec­ti­ve website.

Some of the ser­vices lis­ted in the con­sent manage­ment tool trans­fer data to the USA. Inso­far as this is the case, the trans­fer is made exclu­si­ve­ly on the basis of your con­sent in accordance with Art. 49 Para. 1 lit. a GDPR. You give your con­sent by making the appro­pria­te sel­ec­tion in the con­sent manage­ment tool, which is dis­play­ed when you access our site. The­re is no EU ade­quacy decis­i­on for data trans­fers to the USA, nor does the pro­vi­der pro­cess the data in accordance with stan­dard data pro­tec­tion clau­ses appro­ved by the EU Com­mis­si­on. This means that data trans­fer­red to the­se pro­vi­ders is not pro­tec­ted accor­ding to the stan­dard of the GDPR. The pro­vi­der is sub­ject to US law and may the­r­e­fo­re be obli­ged to hand over data to intel­li­gence ser­vices if the rele­vant legal requi­re­ments app­ly. For the data sub­jects, risks exist in par­ti­cu­lar due to the more dif­fi­cult enforce­ment of the law, the lack of con­trol over the fur­ther pro­ces­sing or trans­fer of data and the access of govern­ment agen­ci­es descri­bed abo­ve. In addi­ti­on, lan­guage bar­riers can be an obs­ta­cle to the enforce­ment of the law.

Among others, we use the fol­lo­wing coo­kies on our websites:

7.1 Cloud­fla­re

Cloud­fla­re is a ser­vice that is neces­sa­ry for the deli­very of adver­ti­sing con­tent. Cloud­fla­re com­pli­es with the data pro­tec­tion pro­vi­si­ons of the “Pri­va­cy Shield” cer­ti­fi­ca­ti­on. Cloud­fla­re does not pro­cess any per­so­nal data of the users, and no con­clu­si­ons can be drawn about indi­vi­du­al users. You can find infor­ma­ti­on on Cloudflare’s pri­va­cy poli­cy here.

7.2 Goog­le Analytics

By using the online plat­forms of Öster­rei­chi­scher Agrar­ver­lag, the user cons­ents to the pro­ces­sing of data about him/her by Goog­le in the man­ner and for the pur­po­ses descri­bed abo­ve. The user can reject the sto­rage of coo­kies in the Con­sent Manage­ment Tool (coo­kie pop-up) or pre­vent it by set­ting his brow­ser soft­ware accor­din­gly. You can find more infor­ma­ti­on on Google’s pri­va­cy poli­cy here.

We use GA4 pro­per­ties for web ana­ly­sis. In this con­text, Google’s adver­ti­sing func­tions are also used on our online plat­forms (Goog­le Signals). The­se adver­ti­sing func­tions make it pos­si­ble to deli­ver per­so­na­li­sed adver­ti­sing across all Goog­le pro­ducts to users who have con­sen­ted to this. Fur­ther­mo­re, Goog­le Signals enables the detail­ed coll­ec­tion of user loca­ti­on and device data, which enables Goog­le Ana­ly­tics to coll­ect meta­da­ta about loca­ti­ons (at a city level) and devices (device details) of web­site visi­tors and app users. This way, device and loca­ti­on-based ana­ly­tics func­tions can be used.

The­se func­tions only beco­me acti­ve if the user express­ly cons­ents to the use of Goog­le Ana­ly­tics in the Con­sent Manage­ment Tool (CMT). This type of set­ting can be chan­ged at any time in the CMT of the respec­ti­ve plat­form. The Goog­le Ana­ly­tics reten­ti­on peri­od of user-level data is set to 14 months.

7.3 Goog­le Adsense

Goog­le AdSen­se is used on our online por­tals. Goog­le Adsen­se is a ser­vice of Goog­le Inc. for embed­ding adver­ti­se­ments in web­sites. Goog­le AdSen­se uses coo­kies and so-cal­led web bea­cons (invi­si­ble images). The­se web bea­cons can be used to ana­ly­se infor­ma­ti­on, such as visi­tor traf­fic, on the­se pages. The infor­ma­ti­on gene­ra­ted by coo­kies and web bea­cons about the use of the web­site (inclu­ding your IP address) and the deli­very of adver­ti­sing in dif­fe­rent for­mats will be trans­fer­red to Goog­le ser­vers in the United Sta­tes and stored the­re. Goog­le may share this infor­ma­ti­on with its con­trac­tu­al part­ners. Howe­ver, Goog­le will not link your IP address to other data stored by you. You may reject the use of coo­kies by sel­ec­ting the appro­pria­te set­tings on your brow­ser. Howe­ver, plea­se note that if you do so, you may not be able to ful­ly use all func­tions of this web­site. By using our online por­tals, you con­sent to the pro­ces­sing of data about you by Goog­le in the man­ner and for the pur­po­ses descri­bed abo­ve. You can find infor­ma­ti­on on Google’s pri­va­cy poli­cy here.

7.4 ÖWA — Öster­rei­chi­sche Web­ana­ly­se (Aus­tri­an Web Analysis)

Some sites of the por­tals ope­ra­ted by Öster­rei­chi­scher Agrar­ver­lag Druck und Ver­lags Gesell­schaft m.b.H. Nfg. KG are mem­bers of the ÖWA. The web ana­ly­sis of the ÖWA offers a tool for mea­su­ring stan­dar­di­sed ser­ver-side key figu­res on the use of online plat­forms and pro­ducts, ther­eby enab­ling the ana­ly­sis of inde­pendent­ly coll­ec­ted, veri­fied and thus com­pa­ra­ble data. This data is used to assess the per­for­mance of online plat­forms and pro­ducts as well as media agen­ci­es. All data is pro­ces­sed anony­mously and no IP addres­ses are stored. You can find fur­ther infor­ma­ti­on in the ÖWA’s pri­va­cy poli­cy.

7.5 Adver­ti­sing coo­kies (tag-in-tag placements)

Tag-in-Tag refers to the type of adver­ti­sing whe­re the adver­ti­sing mate­ri­al of the adver­ti­sing cus­to­mer is not phy­si­cal­ly trans­fer­red to the media com­pa­ny in the form of a file. Ins­tead, a script or a cli­ent-side call of con­tent from a ser­ver, which is not within the sphe­re of influence of the media com­pa­ny, is star­ted. We con­clude coope­ra­ti­on agree­ments (order pro­ces­sing agree­ments) with all of our busi­ness part­ners in which we inform them of their obli­ga­ti­ons under data pro­tec­tion law and pro­hi­bit the embed­ding of poten­ti­al­ly harmful tags in our websites.

7.6 Usa­ge-based online adver­ti­sing with third-par­ty pro­vi­ders / con­sent manage­ment tool / adver­ti­sing cookies

In order to be able to pro­vi­de adver­ti­sing that is rele­vant and tail­o­red to cur­rent inte­rests, an attempt is made to make con­clu­si­ons about cur­rent inte­rests based on the web­site visit and sur­fing beha­viour. With this type of ser­vice, our web­sites can use user data to deli­ver adver­ti­sing in the form of ban­ners and other mar­ke­ting methods — pos­si­bly based on the user’s inte­rests. This does not mean, howe­ver, that all per­so­nal data will be used for this purpose.

For the pur­po­se of retar­ge­ting and remar­ke­ting of web­site visi­tors as well as for the pur­po­se of mea­su­ring suc­cess, coo­kies from third-par­ty pro­vi­ders (so-cal­led third-par­ty coo­kies) are used and, if neces­sa­ry, user pro­files are crea­ted under a pseud­onym. The­se user pro­files can be eva­lua­ted for adver­ti­sing and moni­to­ring pur­po­ses. It is not pos­si­ble to draw any con­clu­si­ons about a person.
As a clas­sic retar­ge­ting coo­kie, we use the Face­book pixel on indi­vi­du­al URLs, which trans­fers anony­mi­sed visi­tor data to Face­book and enables retar­ge­ting adver­ti­sing cam­paigns. You can find more infor­ma­ti­on about the Face­book pixel here.

Adver­ti­sing coo­kies are used for the fol­lo­wing pur­po­ses, for example:

  • Sto­ring your visits to our web­sites to deter­mi­ne your interests
  • Che­cking whe­ther you have cli­cked on an advertisement
  • Moni­to­ring the num­ber of visi­tors who click on an advertisement
  • Using third-par­ty ser­vices to dis­play adver­ti­sing tail­o­red to your needs, inte­rests or preferences
  • Deter­mi­ning which adver­ti­se­ments and pro­mo­tio­nal tools are effec­ti­ve for us to use
  • Dis­play­ing adver­ti­se­ments about pro­ducts you have pre­vious­ly cli­cked on or sear­ched for
  • Mea­su­ring the num­ber of adver­ti­se­ments shown so that we do not always pre­sent the same advertisements
  • Show­ing you other inte­res­t­ing ads based on your usage
  • Eva­lua­ting which ads you cli­cked on befo­re buy­ing products
  • Deter­mi­ning the num­ber of orders pla­ced as a result of ads and their mone­ta­ry value

Agen­cy partners

Carat Aus­tria GmbH
Dentsu Aegis Net­work Aus­tria GmbH
Dentsu Aegis Net­work Cen­tral Ser­vices GmbH
GroupM OG
Initia­ti­ve Media Wer­be­mitt­lung Ges.m.b.H.
IPG Media­b­rands GmbH
Media 1, Media­pla­nung und ‑ein­kauf GmbH
Media­Com — die Kom­mu­ni­ka­ti­ons­agen­tur GmbH
MindS­hare GmbH & Co KG
OMD Media­agen­tur GmbH
PHD Media­agen­tur GmbH
Por­sche Wer­be­mitt­lung GmbH
Publi­cis Media Aus­tria GmbH
Reichl & Part­ner Wer­be­agen­tur GesmbH
UM Pan­Me­dia Kom­mu­ni­ka­ti­ons­be­ra­tung und Media­ein­kauf GmbH
Wave­ma­ker GmbH

Digi­tal mar­ke­ting and consulting

Traf­fec­ti­ve GmbH

7.7 Shops in the por­tals of Agrarverlag

When acces­sing our shops (see 2.4), ses­si­on coo­kies are set in order to cle­ar­ly iden­ti­fy the per­son who orders the goods and to enable order pro­ces­sing. Shop users must be log­ged in to be able to make purcha­ses. Wit­hout the use of the­se ses­si­on coo­kies, order pro­ces­sing is not possible.

7.8 PopUpSmart

We use the tech­ni­cal ser­vice pro­vi­der PopUpSmart (1777 NW 72bd Ave, Miami, FL33126, USA) for lead gene­ra­ti­on and the dis­play of pop-ups and dis­play adver­ti­sing on our online por­tals. This ser­vice pro­vi­der sets coo­kies and stores per­so­nal data such as name, IP address, e‑mail address and date of regis­tra­ti­on on our behalf. This trans­fer takes place in accordance with Art. 6 Para. 1 lit. f DSGVO and ser­ves our legi­ti­ma­te inte­rest in using a sys­tem to increase reach (see also https://popupsmart.com/gdpr/). To pro­tect your data, we have con­cluded a data pro­ces­sing agree­ment with PopUpSmart based on the stan­dard con­trac­tu­al clau­ses of the Euro­pean Commission.
The use of this ser­vice can be objec­ted to via the CMP tool (coo­kie ban­ner). If this is done, the ser­vice is com­ple­te­ly deac­ti­va­ted during the enti­re time of use of the respec­ti­ve web con­tent. If you con­sent to the use of this ser­vice, addi­tio­nal fonts are loa­ded from Goog­le ser­vers (Goog­le Fonts), wher­eby the user’s IP address is also trans­fer­red to Google.


Goog­le reCAPTCHA: Goog­le reCAPTCHA may be imple­men­ted on our online por­tals. This tool is used to distin­gu­ish real peo­p­le from bots. It gives users logi­cal­ly simp­le tasks to car­ry out so that they can pro­ve their huma­ni­ty to us. The pur­po­se is to pre­vent the mass regis­tra­ti­on of com­pu­ter bots to our ser­vices, which main­ly takes place in the form of regis­tra­ti­ons via online forms. This veri­fi­ca­ti­on also ser­ves to gua­ran­tee the secu­ri­ty of our sys­tems as well as the secu­re sto­rage of cus­to­mer data shared with us. We curr­ent­ly use reCAPTCHA from Goog­le LLC (Amphi­theat­re Park­way, Moun­tain View, CA 94043, USA). You can find more infor­ma­ti­on about Goog­le reCAPTCHA here.

7.10 Lime­Sur­vey

Lime­Sur­vey, the sur­vey tool we use, may set coo­kies to pre­vent repea­ted par­ti­ci­pa­ti­on in surveys.

8. Reci­pi­ents of trans­fer­red data

8.1 Trans­fer within the group

Öster­rei­chi­scher Agrar­ver­lag Druck- und Ver­lags GmbH Nfg. KG is part of a group of com­pa­nies. In order to ful­fil its exten­si­ve obli­ga­ti­ons, the publi­shing house also makes use of the com­pa­nies affi­lia­ted to the group in a divi­si­on of labour. The publisher has an over­ri­ding legi­ti­ma­te inte­rest in this (reci­tal 48 of the GDPR). The user agrees that his/her data may be trans­fer­red to the group’s affi­lia­te AV-HOLDING Betei­li­gungs-GmbH for bil­ling, adver­ti­sing and mar­ke­ting pur­po­ses con­cer­ning the media lis­ted in point 2. This con­sent may be revo­ked at any time.

8.2 Trans­mis­si­on to exter­nal respon­si­ble parties

For the pur­po­se of inde­pen­dent pro­ces­sing, files on cus­to­mers and inte­res­ted par­ties are shared with third par­ties — based on the legi­ti­ma­te inte­rest in adver­ti­sing — inso­far as this is per­mis­si­ble under § 151 of the Trade, Com­mer­ce and Indus­try Regu­la­ti­on Act (Gewer­be­ord­nung). Files on cus­to­mers and inte­res­ted par­ties con­tai­ning cate­go­ries of data, which are not men­tio­ned in § 151 of the Trade, Com­mer­ce and Indus­try Regu­la­ti­on Act, in par­ti­cu­lar tele­pho­ne num­bers and e‑mail addres­ses, are only shared fol­lo­wing the con­sent of the data sub­ject. Fur­ther­mo­re, based on the legi­ti­ma­te inte­rest in con­ti­nuing one of our offers after the sale or trans­fer, cus­to­mer data is pas­sed on to the cor­re­spon­ding purcha­ser or recipient.

8.3 Trans­fer to order processors

We use order pro­ces­sors to pro­vi­de our ser­vices or to hand­le our busi­ness ope­ra­ti­ons. The­se pro­ces­sors car­ry out the data pro­ces­sing for us in accordance with the pro­vi­si­ons of the GDPR. Most of our ser­vices are pro­vi­ded from Aus­tria. The­r­e­fo­re, data is pri­ma­ri­ly stored in Aus­tria as well. Nevert­hel­ess, some data is trans­fer­red out­side the Euro­pean Eco­no­mic Area (EEA). We exch­an­ge per­so­nal data with the fol­lo­wing exter­nal com­pa­nies on the basis of GDPR-com­pli­ant order pro­ces­sing agreements:

Ado­be Sys­tems Soft­ware Ire­land Limi­t­ed: 4–6 River­walk, City West Busi­ness Cam­pus, Sag­gart, Dub­lin 24, Ireland
Pur­po­se: e‑mail cam­paign manage­ment, news­let­ter mai­ling and reporting

COMINTO GmbH, Klos­ter­stra­ße 49, 40211 Düs­sel­dorf, Germany
Pur­po­se: Ope­ra­ti­on of shop sys­tem + e‑paper offers

Face­book, Men­lo Park, Cali­for­nia, USA (Pri­va­cy Shield Member)
Pur­po­se: inte­gra­ti­on of con­tent via social plug­ins, lead gene­ra­ti­on via social lead ads

Goog­le LLC („Goog­le“), Amphi­theat­re Park­way, Moun­tain View, CA 94043, USA (Pri­va­cy Shield Member)
Pur­po­se: Ana­ly­sis of user beha­viour, dis­play of advertising

Insta­gram, Men­lo Park, Cali­for­nia, USA (Pri­va­cy Shield Member)
Pur­po­se: inte­gra­ti­on of con­tent via social plug­ins, lead gene­ra­ti­on via social lead ads

Lin­ke­dIn, 1000 W Mau­de Ave, Sun­ny­va­le, Cali­for­nia, USA
Pur­po­se: inte­gra­ti­on of con­tent via social plug­ins, lead gene­ra­ti­on via social lead ads

Pin­te­rest, 550 Brannan St, San Fran­cis­co, Cali­for­nia, USA (Pri­va­cy Shield Member)
Pur­po­se: inte­gra­ti­on of con­tent via social plug­ins, lead gene­ra­ti­on via social lead ads

Traf­fec­ti­ve, Kas­ten­bau­er­stra­ße 2, 81677 Munich, Germany
Pur­po­se: Inte­gra­ti­on of third-par­ty pro­gram­ma­tic ads

Twit­ter, Mar­ket Squa­re, 1355 Mar­ket St #900, San Fran­cis­co, Cali­for­nia, USA (Pri­va­cy Shield Member)
Pur­po­se: inte­gra­ti­on of con­tent via social plug­ins, lead gene­ra­ti­on via social lead ads

Vimeo, 555 W 18th St., New York, USA (Pri­va­cy Shield Member)
Pur­po­se: Sto­rage and pro­vi­si­on of vide­os incl. user targeting

Xing, Damm­tor­stra­ße 30, 20354 Ham­burg, Germany
Pur­po­se: inte­gra­ti­on of con­tent via social plug­ins, lead gene­ra­ti­on via social lead ads

You­tube, 901 Cher­ry Ave, San Bru­no, Cali­for­nia, USA (Pri­va­cy Shield Member)
Pur­po­se: Sto­rage and pro­vi­si­on of vide­os incl. user targeting

Zim­mel und Part­ner, Wind­mühl­gas­se 32/3, 1060 Vien­na, Austria
Pur­po­se: Ope­ra­ti­on and sup­port CRM

9. Sto­rage period

Per­so­nal data coll­ec­ted during regis­tra­ti­on or in con­nec­tion with one of our ser­vices will be stored until with­dra­wal of con­sent. Per­so­nal data of regis­tered cus­to­mers will be pro­ces­sed based on the abo­ve-men­tio­ned legal bases for up to 3 years after ter­mi­na­ti­on of the con­trac­tu­al rela­ti­onship and dele­ted after­wards (in any case the per­so­nal refe­rence). Per­so­nal data of cus­to­mers affec­ted by a sale or the trans­fer of one of our offers will be dele­ted imme­dia­te­ly after trans­mis­si­on to the purcha­ser or reci­pi­ent and expiry of the rele­vant sta­tu­to­ry reten­ti­on periods.

10. Rights of the data subject

Data pro­tec­tion law grants you, as a data sub­ject affec­ted by data pro­ces­sing, the fol­lo­wing rights:

  • Right of access: Upon request, we will pro­vi­de you with infor­ma­ti­on free of char­ge about the scope, ori­gin and recipient(s) of the stored data as well as the pur­po­se of the sto­rage. Plea­se use the request for infor­ma­ti­on lin­ked below. In the event of exces­si­ve requests for infor­ma­ti­on (more than four times per year), we reser­ve the right to char­ge you for the cos­ts incurred.
  • Right to rec­ti­fi­ca­ti­on: If incor­rect or incom­ple­te infor­ma­ti­on is stored despi­te our efforts to ensu­re that data is cor­rect and up to date, we will rec­ti­fy them at your request.
  • Right to era­su­re: Under cer­tain cir­cum­s­tances, you have the right to dele­ti­on of data, for exam­p­le in con­nec­tion with an objec­tion or with­dra­wal of con­sent or if data has been coll­ec­ted unlawful­ly. Pro­vi­ded that the legal requi­re­ments for dele­ti­on are met (i.e. no legal obli­ga­ti­ons or over­ri­ding inte­rests are in con­flict with them), we will car­ry out the reques­ted dele­ti­on imme­dia­te­ly. Plea­se note that if all of your data is dele­ted from our sys­tems, black­lis­ting infor­ma­ti­on will also be lost.
  • Right to rest­ric­tion: You can also request a rest­ric­tion of data pro­ces­sing for the reasons that jus­ti­fy a request for dele­ti­on. In this case, stored data must remain stored (e.g. for the pur­po­se of pre­ser­ving evi­dence), but may no lon­ger be used for other purposes.
  • Right to object/revoke: You can object to data pro­ces­sing that we car­ry out based on legi­ti­ma­te inte­rest. As far as data pro­ces­sing for direct adver­ti­sing pur­po­ses is con­cer­ned, this right of objec­tion is abso­lu­te. Con­sent given can be revo­ked at any time in wri­ting and free of charge.
  • Right to data por­ta­bi­li­ty: If you wish to trans­fer per­so­nal data dis­c­lo­sed by you to ano­ther data con­trol­ler, we will pro­vi­de it in a for­mat sui­ta­ble for elec­tro­nic transfer.
  • Right to lodge a com­plaint with the Data Pro­tec­tion Aut­ho­ri­ty: You have the right to lodge a com­plaint with the Data Pro­tec­tion Aut­ho­ri­ty. A data sub­ject has the right to lodge a com­plaint with a super­vi­so­ry aut­ho­ri­ty, in par­ti­cu­lar in the Mem­ber Sta­te of his/her place of resi­dence, place of work or place of the alle­ged inf­rin­ge­ment, if the data sub­ject con­siders the pro­ces­sing of per­so­nal data about him/her as an inf­rin­ge­ment of this Regu­la­ti­on. Howe­ver, you are also wel­co­me to cont­act us direct­ly at any time.

To exer­cise the­se rights, plea­se use the cont­act infor­ma­ti­on as dis­c­lo­sed under point 1 as well as the data sub­ject rights form available here. Plea­se do not for­get to include the docu­ments spe­ci­fied in the form: We need to veri­fy your iden­ti­ty to pro­tect your data against unlawful processing.

11. Secu­ri­ty

We aim to imple­ment appro­pria­te orga­ni­sa­tio­nal, tech­ni­cal and admi­nis­tra­ti­ve secu­ri­ty mea­su­res to pro­tect infor­ma­ti­on within our orga­ni­sa­ti­on. Unfort­u­na­te­ly, the secu­ri­ty of any data trans­mis­si­on or sto­rage sys­tem can never be 100% gua­ran­teed. If you have reason to belie­ve that your inter­ac­tion with us is no lon­ger secu­re, plea­se noti­fy us of the pro­blem imme­dia­te­ly. The soo­ner you let us know, the more we can limit any pos­si­ble damage.

12. Modi­fi­ca­ti­on of this Pri­va­cy Policy

We may revi­se this Pri­va­cy Poli­cy from time to time. Our use of your per­so­nal data is always gover­ned by the cur­rent ver­si­on, which can be found at https://www.av-medien.com/datenschutz. We will noti­fy you of any chan­ges to this Pri­va­cy Poli­cy via https://www.av-medien.com/datenschutz or, in the case of a busi­ness rela­ti­onship with you, via e‑mail to an e‑mail address lin­ked to your account.

Ver­si­on of Decem­ber 22nd, 2023