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traueranzeigeonline.de is operated by todesanzeigenschweiz.ch

todesanzeigenschweiz.ch
Michael Ruckstuhl
Kehlhofstrasse 26b
8500 Frauenfeld
Switzerland

Contact: mail@traueranzeigeonline.de

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Privacy Policy

With this Privacy Policy, we inform you about the personal data we process in connection with our activities and operations, including our traueranzeigeonline.de website. We provide specific information on what, how, and where we process personal data. We also inform about the rights of individuals whose data we process.

For certain or additional activities and operations, further privacy policies and other legal documents such as General Terms and Conditions (AGB), Terms of Use, or participation conditions may apply.

We are subject to Swiss data protection law and any applicable foreign data protection law, particularly that of the European Union (EU) with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The European Commission recognizes that Swiss data protection law ensures adequate data protection.

1. Contact Addresses

Responsibility for the processing of personal data:

Michael Ruckstuhl
Kehlhofstrasse 26b
8500 Frauenfeld
Switzerland

mail@traueranzeigeonline.de

We will indicate if there are other responsible parties for the processing of personal data in individual cases.

1.1 Data Protection Officer

We have appointed the following Data Protection Officer as a point of contact for affected individuals and as a contact for supervisory authorities for data protection inquiries:

Michael Ruckstuhl
Kehlhofstrasse 26b
8500 Frauenfeld
Switzerland

mail@traueranzeigeonline.de

1.2 Data Protection Representation in the European Economic Area (EEA)

We have appointed the following data protection representation according to Art. 27 GDPR. This representation serves as an additional contact point for supervisory authorities and affected individuals in the European Union (EU) and the rest of the European Economic Area (EEA) for inquiries related to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR):

VGS Datenschutzpartner GmbH
Am Kaiserkai 69
20457 Hamburg
Germany

info@datenschutzpartner.eu

2. Terms and Legal Bases

2.1 Terms

Personal data are all information relating to an identified or identifiable individual. An affected person is a person about whom personal data is processed.

Processing includes any handling of personal data, regardless of the means and procedures used, in particular the storing, disclosing, obtaining, collecting, deleting, saving, altering, destroying, and using of personal data.

The European Economic Area (EEA) includes the member states of the European Union (EU), as well as the Principality of Liechtenstein, Iceland, and Norway. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) refers to the processing of personal data as processing of personal data.

2.2 Legal Bases

We process personal data in accordance with Swiss data protection law, particularly the Federal Act on Data Protection (FADP) and the Ordinance to the Federal Act on Data Protection (OFADP).

We process – as far as and to the extent that the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is applicable – personal data according to at least one of the following legal bases:

  • Art. 6 para. 1 lit. b GDPR for the necessary processing of personal data for the performance of a contract with the affected person and for carrying out pre-contractual measures.
  • Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f GDPR for the necessary processing of personal data to protect the legitimate interests of us or third parties, unless the fundamental freedoms and rights as well as interests of the affected person prevail. Legitimate interests include our interest in permanently, user-friendly, securely, and reliably exercising our activities and operations, ensuring information security, protection against misuse, enforcement of our own legal claims, and compliance with Swiss law.
  • Art. 6 para. 1 lit. c GDPR for the necessary processing of personal data to fulfill a legal obligation to which we are subject according to any applicable law of member states in the European Economic Area (EEA).
  • Art. 6 para. 1 lit. e GDPR for the necessary processing of personal data to perform a task that is in the public interest.
  • Art. 6 para. 1 lit. a GDPR for the processing of personal data with the consent of the affected person.
  • Art. 6 para. 1 lit. d GDPR for the necessary processing of personal data to protect the vital interests of the affected person or another natural person.

3. Type, Extent, and Purpose

We process those personal data that are necessary to permanently, user-friendly, securely, and reliably carry out our activities and operations. Such personal data can fall into categories such as inventory and contact data, browser and device data, content data, meta or marginal data and usage data, location data, sales data, and contract and payment data.

We process personal data for the duration required for the respective purpose or purposes or as required by law. Personal data whose processing is no longer necessary are anonymized or deleted.

We may have personal data processed by third parties. We may process personal data together with third parties or transfer them to third parties. These third parties are particularly specialized providers whose services we use. We also ensure data protection with these third parties.

We only process personal data with the consent of the affected person, unless processing is permitted for other legal reasons. Processing without consent can, for example, be permissible to fulfill a contract with the affected person and for corresponding pre-contractual measures, to protect our overriding legitimate interests, because the processing is evident from the circumstances, or after prior information.

Within this framework, we particularly process information that an affected person voluntarily transmits to us when contacting us – for example, by mail, email, instant messaging, contact form, social media, or telephone – or when registering for a user account. We may, for example, store such information in an address book or with similar tools. If we receive data about other persons, the transmitting persons are obliged to ensure data protection towards these persons and to ensure the accuracy of these personal data.

We also process personal data that we receive from third parties, obtain from publicly accessible sources, or collect in the exercise of our activities and operations, insofar and to the extent such processing is legally permissible.

4. Personal Data Abroad

We generally process personal data in Switzerland and the European Economic Area (EEA). However, we may also export or transfer personal data to other countries, in particular, to process or have them processed there.

We can export personal data to all countries and territories on Earth and elsewhere in the universe if the law there is deemed by the Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner (FDPIC) or according to the decision of the Swiss Federal Council to ensure adequate data protection and – as far as and to the extent that the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is applicable – according to the decision of the European Commission.

We can transfer personal data to countries whose law does not ensure adequate data protection, provided that data protection is guaranteed for other reasons, in particular on the basis of standard data protection clauses or with other appropriate guarantees. Exceptionally, we can export personal data to countries without adequate or appropriate data protection if the special data protection requirements are met, for example, the explicit consent of the affected persons or a direct connection with the conclusion or processing of a contract. We provide affected persons with information about any guarantees upon request or deliver a copy of the guarantees.

5. Rights of Affected Persons

Affected persons whose personal data we process have rights according to Swiss data protection law. These include the right to information as well as the right to correction, deletion, or blocking of the processed personal data.

Affected persons whose personal data we process can – as far as and to the extent that the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is applicable – request confirmation free of charge as to whether we process personal data concerning them. In this case, affected persons can request information about the processing of their personal data, have the processing of their personal data restricted, exercise their right to data portability, and have their personal data corrected, deleted («right to be forgotten»), blocked, or completed.

Affected persons whose personal data we process can – as far as and to the extent that the GDPR is applicable – revoke any given consent at any time with effect for the future and object to the processing of their personal data at any time.

Affected persons whose personal data we process have a right to complain to a competent supervisory authority. The supervisory authority for data protection in Switzerland is the Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner (FDPIC).

6. Data Security

We take appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure data security commensurate with the respective risk. However, we cannot guarantee absolute data security.

Access to our website is via transport encryption (SSL / TLS, especially with the Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure, abbreviated HTTPS). Most browsers indicate transport encryption with a padlock in the address bar.

Our digital communication is – like basically all digital communication – subject to mass surveillance without cause or suspicion and other surveillance by security authorities in Switzerland, the rest of Europe, the United States of America (USA), and other states. We have no direct influence on the corresponding processing of personal data by intelligence services, police authorities, and other security agencies.

7. Use of the Website

7.1 Cookies

We may use cookies. Cookies – both our own cookies (First-Party-Cookies) and those of third parties whose services we use (Third-Party-Cookies) – are data stored in the browser. Such stored data are not limited to traditional text-form cookies.

Cookies can be stored in the browser temporarily as "Session Cookies" or for a certain period as so-called permanent cookies. "Session Cookies" are automatically deleted when the browser is closed. Permanent cookies have a specific storage duration. Cookies, in particular, enable a browser to be recognized upon the next visit to our website and thereby, for example, measure the reach of our website. Permanent cookies can also be used for online marketing, for example.

Cookies can be completely or partially deactivated and deleted in the browser settings at any time. Without cookies, our website may not be fully available. We actively ask for – at least as far and to the extent necessary – explicit consent for the use of cookies.

For cookies used for success and reach measurement or advertising, a general objection ("Opt-out") is possible for many services via the AdChoices (Digital Advertising Alliance of Canada), the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI), YourAdChoices (Digital Advertising Alliance) or Your Online Choices (European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance, EDAA).

7.2 Server Log Files

We may collect the following information for each access to our website, provided it is transmitted from your browser to our server infrastructure or can be determined by our web server: date and time including time zone, Internet Protocol (IP) address, access status (HTTP status code), operating system including user interface and version, browser including language and version, individual sub-page of our website accessed including the amount of data transferred, the last webpage visited in the same browser window (referrer).

We store such information, which can also constitute personal data, in server log files. This information is necessary to be able to provide our website permanently, user-friendly, and reliably and to ensure data security and thus, in particular, the protection of personal data – also through third parties or with the help of third parties.

7.3 Tracking Pixels

We may use tracking pixels on our website. Tracking pixels are also known as web beacons. Tracking pixels – including those from third parties whose services we use – are small, usually invisible images that are automatically retrieved when visiting our website. Tracking pixels can collect the same information as server log files.

8. Notifications and Communications

We send notifications and communications via email and other communication channels such as instant messaging or SMS.

8.1 Success and Reach Measurement

Notifications and communications may contain web links or tracking pixels that record whether an individual message has been opened and which web links have been clicked. Such web links and tracking pixels can also record the use of notifications and communications on a personal basis. We need this statistical recording of use for success and reach measurement, to be able to send notifications and communications effectively and user-friendly based on the needs and reading habits of the recipients, and to send them permanently, securely, and reliably.

8.2 Consent and Objection

You must generally explicitly consent to the use of your email address and other contact addresses, unless the use is permitted for other legal reasons. For any consent, we use the "Double Opt-in" procedure whenever possible, meaning you will receive an email with a web link that you must click to confirm, to prevent misuse by unauthorized third parties. We may log such consents including Internet Protocol (IP) address, as well as date and time, for evidence and security reasons.

You can generally object to receiving notifications and communications such as newsletters at any time. With such an objection, you can simultaneously object to the statistical recording of use for success and reach measurement. Mandatory notifications and communications in connection with our activities and operations are reserved.

9. Services of Third Parties

We use services of specialized third parties to be able to carry out our activities and operations permanently, user-friendly, securely, and reliably. With such services, we can embed functions and content into our website. For such embedding, the services used technically require at least temporary collection of Internet Protocol (IP) addresses of users.

For necessary security-related, statistical, and technical purposes, third parties whose services we use can process data in connection with our activities and operations in an aggregated, anonymized, or pseudonymized manner. This refers, for example, to performance or usage data to provide the respective service.

9.1 Digital Infrastructure

We use services of specialized third parties to be able to use the necessary digital infrastructure in connection with our activities and operations. This includes, for example, hosting and storage services from selected providers.

In particular, we use:

9.2 Social Media Features and Content

We use services and plugins from third parties to be able to embed functions and content from social media platforms and to enable sharing of content on social media platforms and in other ways.

9.3 Payments

We use specialized service providers to be able to process payments from our customers securely and reliably. For the processing of payments, the legal texts of the individual service providers such as General Terms and Conditions (AGB) or privacy policies also apply.

In particular, we use:

  • Stripe: Payment processing; Providers: Stripe Inc. (USA) / Stripe Payments Europe Limited (SPEL, Ireland) for users in the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland and partially in Great Britain / Stripe Payments UK Limited (UK) and Stripe Capital Europe Limited (Ireland) partially for users in Great Britain; Privacy information: "Stripe Privacy Center", Privacy Policy, Cookie Policy.

10. Extensions for the Website

We use extensions for our website to be able to use additional functions.

In particular, we use:

11. Success and Reach Measurement

We use services and programs to determine how our online offer is used. In this context, we can, for example, measure the success and reach of our activities and operations as well as the impact of third-party links on our website.

Note: This translation was automatically generated. Please refer to the German version for the definitive text.