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Phone 081 330 50 38
PERSONS AUTHORISED TO REPRESENT
Mathias Deuring, CEO, Member of Board Administration
Ueli Stiffler, CTO, Chairman of the Board
ENTRY IN THE COMMERCIAL REGISTER
Registered company name: Skinrock AG
Number: CHE- 420.212.168
Commercial Register Office of the Canton of Graubünden
VALUE ADDED TAX NUMBER
CHE- 420.212.168 VAT
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YES! Creative Digital Marketing
TECHNICAL IMPLEMENTATION WEBSITE
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The contents presented on our website are created and updated by Skinrock with the greatest possible care. Nevertheless, no guarantee can be given for the accuracy, timeliness and completeness of the content provided. Any liability for damages, material or immaterial nature, resulting from the access or use or non-use of the published information, through misuse of the connection or through technical faults, is excluded, as far as legally permissible.
All offers are non-binding. Parts of the pages or the complete publication including all offers and information might be extended, changed or partly or completely deleted by Skinrock without separate announcement.
Where this website refers or links to third party websites, Skinrock accepts no responsibility for their technical functionality (in particular freedom from viruses) or their content.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
© Copyright Skinrock. All rights reserved. All texts, images, graphics, animations, videos, sounds and other works as well as their arrangement on the website are subject to copyright protection and other protective laws.
The content of this website may not be copied, distributed, changed or made available to third parties for commercial purposes without the prior written consent of Skinrock. We would like to point out that some of the images contained on the website are subject to the copyright of third parties.
Unless otherwise stated, all trademarks on this website are protected by Skinrock trademark law. This applies in particular to brands, logos and emblems.
1. Who are we?
2. Which personal data do we process and for what purposes?
We process different personal data depending on the occasion and purpose. You will find more details in this section and in our general terms and conditions.
We collect and process personal data voluntarily provided to us when interacting (for example via e-mail, telephone or our websites) with customers, suppliers and other business partners.
Personal data may also be collected from other sources. The latter concerns in particular the following data and sources:
– Information from public registers, e.g. the debt enforcement register, and from authorities;
– data from private information providers such as credit agencies;
– providers of online services, e.g. providers of internet analysis services who collect information on our website and use it for analysis purposes (for more information, please refer to the section “How do we process personal data in connection with websites, apps and e-mail newsletters?”
– Information from financial service providers when you make payments to us;
– information we receive from a company for which you work, e.g. name, contact details, title, function etc;
– information about you which other people provide to us, e.g. in the course of official or judicial proceedings or in the course of communication with us.
We process your personal data (e.g. surname, first name, e-mail address, postal address) for the purpose of processing your contractual relationship as well as for processing your enquiries or your orders. The purposes of the data processing depend on the intended business. We collect this data in order to provide you with our services or to be able to carry out the contractual relationship with you, in particular
– for communication with you and with third parties;
– to conclude and execute contracts with you;
– to enter into and manage contracts with our suppliers, customers and business partners with whom you are in contact, and for Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
– to get to know our end customers and their behaviour and affinities better and to assess and improve the acceptance of our products and our communication in connection with products and services;
– to test your economic performance;
– for advertising and marketing, e.g. to organise events, competitions and the like and to send target group-specific information and marketing messages by post and through electronic channels (unless the recipient has objected to the direct marketing);
– to prepare and execute mergers and acquisitions and similar transactions;
– to administer and manage our IT and other resources;
– for accounting, archiving, training and other administrative purposes;
– to review and improve our internal processes;
– to ensure the safety of our employees and our buildings and premises;
– to review and comply with legal obligations, including orders from a court or authority; for compliance and to detect, clarify and prevent abuses;
– to enforce our claims and the claims of affiliated companies and to defend claims against us, our employees, companies affiliated with us and our contractual and business partners before courts and authorities in Germany and abroad.
3. To whom do we pass on your personal data?
Our employees have access to personal data to the extent that this is necessary for the purposes described and for the activities of the employees concerned. This includes employees in support areas. They act in accordance with our instructions and are obliged to maintain confidentiality and secrecy when handling your personal data.
As a matter of principle, your personal data will only be passed on without your express prior consent in the following cases:
3.1 1.1 For reasons of legal prosecution
The disclosure of such data is based on our legitimate interest in combating abuse, prosecuting criminal offences and securing, asserting and enforcing claims, Art. 6 Para. 1 letter f DSGVO. If you require further information regarding the weighing of interests to be carried out in accordance with Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f DSGVO, please contact us using the contact details given above.
The transfer of data to contract processors is based on Art. 28 para. 1 DSGVO, alternatively on our justified interest in the economic and technical advantages associated with the use of specialised contract processors and the fact that your rights and interests in the protection of your personal data do not outweigh the interests of the contract processors, Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f DSGVO. If you require further information regarding the balancing of interests to be carried out in accordance with Art. 6 para. 1 letter f DSGVO, please contact us using the contact details given above. We may also pass on your personal data to third parties if we wish to use their services (e.g. IT service providers).
4. When do we disclose your personal data abroad?
The recipients of your personal data may be located abroad, including outside Switzerland or the countries of the EU and the European Economic Area (EEA). The countries concerned may not have laws that protect your personal data to the same extent as Switzerland or the countries of the EU or EEA. If we wish to transfer your personal data to such a country, we must ensure that your personal data is adequately protected. One means of doing this is to enter into data transfer agreements with the recipients of your personal data which ensure the necessary data protection. Please contact us if you would like a copy of our data transfer agreements that relate to your personal data.
How do we process personal data in connection with websites, apps and e-mail newsletters?
If we send newsletters by e-mail, we can determine whether and when you have opened the e-mail. This enables us to assess your use of the e-mail and better tailor our offers to your interests. You can prevent this data processing in your e-mail program.
You can prevent the use of the aforementioned technologies: In your browser, you can prevent cookies from being accepted and delete stored cookies by making appropriate settings, and you can uninstall apps or, if necessary, configure them so that cookies are not used or rejected. You can also set your e-mail program so that no information about the use of the e-mail is transmitted.
5. How long do we store your personal data?
We store your personal data in personal form as long as it is necessary for the specific purpose for which we have collected it, in the case of contracts generally at least for the duration of the contractual relationship.
We also store personal data if we have a justified interest in storing it, e.g. for documentation and evidence preservation purposes and for the protection and defence of legal claims. We also store your personal data for as long as they are subject to a statutory retention obligation.
6. How do we protect your personal data?
We take appropriate security measures of a technical nature (e.g. encryption, pseudonymisation, logging, access restriction, data protection, etc.) and of an organisational nature (e.g. instructions to our employees, confidentiality agreements, checks, etc.) to maintain the security of your personal data, to protect it against unauthorised or unlawful processing and to counteract the risk of loss, unintentional alteration, unintentional disclosure or unauthorised access.
7. What rights do you have in connection with the processing of your personal data?
You can object to data processing at any time, especially data processing in connection with direct marketing (e.g. against advertising e-mails). Within the scope of the law applicable to you, you also have the right of access, correction, deletion, restriction of data processing and the right to object to our data processing and the right to receive from us free of charge in a legible format the personal data you have provided us with. You also have the right to revoke your consent, without this affecting the lawfulness of the data processing carried out up to the time of revocation. You may also lodge a complaint with the competent data protection authority.
8. What else must be observed?
When processing your personal data, we rely in particular on the following principles:
– The fulfilment of a contract with the data subject or for pre-contractual measures at his or her request;
– legitimate interests; these include the interest in customer service and communication with customers even outside of a contract; in marketing activities; in getting to know our customers and other persons better; in improving services and developing new ones; in combating fraud and preventing and investigating offences; in protecting customers, employees and other persons and data; in ensuring IT security, especially in connection with the use of websites, apps and other IT infrastructure; the guarantee and organisation of business operations, including the operation and further development of websites and other systems; the management and development of the company; the sale or purchase of companies, parts of companies and other assets; the enforcement or defence of legal claims; compliance with Swiss law and internal rules; and the interest of our customers in examining the economic performance of potential buyers or tenants;
– to consent, if we ask them separately for their consent;
– a requirement to comply with legal provisions.
Incidentally, there is generally no obligation to disclose personal data to us, unless they are in a contractual relationship with us that establishes such an obligation. However, we will have to collect and process those personal data that are necessary or legally required for the establishment and processing of a contractual relationship and for the fulfilment of the associated obligations. Otherwise we will not be able to conclude or continue the contract in question. The processing of log data and certain other data when using websites is also mandatory. When communicating with us, we must also process at least those personal data that you provide us or that we provide you with.
Küblis, 1. January 2023