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(Mandatory information according §5 Sect. 1 of the Austrian e-Commerce Art (ECG) and §24 Media Act)
A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria
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A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria
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ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Information on online dispute resolution pursuant to Article 14 (1) of Regulation (EU) no 524/2013:
The EU Commission offers the option of online dispute resolution on a platform operated by it (the “ODR platform”). The ODR platform can serve as a focal point for the out-of-court settlement of disputes arising out of online purchase agreements or service contracts. This platform can be accessed via the external link http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr.
Layout and design of the overall site, as well as individual elements thereof, such as logos, photographs, emblems, etc. are copyright protected. The same applies to editorial content; individually and in selection and composition; any alteration of these is not permitted. Public use of the site and contents thereof may be made only with the agreement of the MILLENION team at the University of Innsbruck.
Contents published in www.millenion.eu are researched with the greatest of care and technical services are programmed to the best possible standards. However, the MILLENION team at Universität takes no responsibility for 100% accuracy. All information is supplied without liability. We take no responsibility for direct, indirect or other damages, regardless of their cause, incurred through the use of content or services to be found in www.millenion.eu.
Our offers include links to third party websites whose content we have no authority over. For this reason, we cannot take responsibility for the content of third party websites. The provider or administrators of the site are responsible for the content of the linked sites. The linked sites have been checked for possible legal violations at the time the link was created. No unlawful content was found at the time the link was created.
We place great emphasis on non-discrimination. In the interest of better readability of the texts, we either use the masculine or feminine form of personal nouns. In no way is this intended to imply any exclusion or discrimination of the other gender. Men and women are therefore equally addressed by the contents of our website. Thank you for your understanding!
FIELD OF APPLICATION
This privacy statement explains users on the nature, scope and purpose of the collection and use of personal information through this website. The legal basis for data protection, see the Austrian Telecommunications Act (TKG) and the Data Protection Act (DSG).
Pursuant to Legislative Decree No. 196 of June 30, 2003 (“Code relating to the protection of personal data”), we would like to inform all users that the data they provide when making inquiries or reservations may be used for processing, advertising, and/or other activities of us in the tourism and hotel sector. The data are processed in written form and/or on magnetic media, electronic media and in compliance with all security measures guaranteeing their security and confidentiality. The University of is the responsible for data processing. Affected parties can check, correct, supplement, or delete their data at any time by writing to Thomas Monz, Technikerstrasse 24, 6020 Innsbruck, or email@example.com
WHY DOES UNIVERSITÄT INNSBRUCK COLLECT PERSONAL INFORMATION?
Universität Innsbruck collects and uses your personal information in order to offer exceptional customer service, easy access to our website, and offer and provide optimal services. Furthermore, your personal information assists Universität Innsbruck in informing you about our newest products and special offers and to keep you informed about other developments that we feel may interest you. If you not interested in our new developments and/or would not like to receive information about our new products and services, you can inform us at any time.
WHAT DATA IS COLLECTED?
There are many situations in which your personal information can help Universität Innsbruck provide better service. That is why, for example, you are asked to provide information when you start a transaction. Only information relevant to the current situation will be requested. Normally this includes name, billing address, telephone number, e-mail address, preferred method of contact, and/or credit card information. Additionally, Universität Innsbruck collects data for marketing research in order to better understand our clientele and offer appropriate services. Furthermore, Universität Innsbruck collects customer activity data from our website. On the basis of this information, Universität Innsbruck can assess which information is useful to our customers and which areas of our website and online services are of interest.
WHEN DOES UNIVERSITÄT INNSBRUCK SHARE PERSONAL INFORMATION?
Universität Innsbruck takes the protection of your personal information very seriously. Universität Innsbruck promises you, that your contact information is never sold or passed onto other vendors. In order to provide you with exceptional service, Universität Innsbruck may, under certain circumstances, give your information to legal individuals who are obligated to handle the information in accordance to the Privacy Statement. Under certain circumstances, it can be beneficial for Universität Innsbruck to provide other companies (who are strategic partners with, or employed by Universität Innsbruck) with certain information so that they can provide you with services and products in the name of Universität Innsbruck. These companies can help us to process information, take reservations and orders, deliver products, administer and maintain customer data, offer customer service, evaluate interest in our products and services, conduct customer research, or complete polls regarding customer satisfaction. These companies are obligated to handle your personal information in accordance with the Privacy Statement in order to protect personal privacy. Furthermore, Universität Innsbruck may be required by law or legal regulation to provide personal information.
HOW DOES UNIVERSITÄT INNSBRUCK PROTECT YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION?
Universität Innsbruck takes precautions, including administrative, electronic, and physical procedures, to protect your personal information from loss, theft and misuse, as well as from unauthorized access, transmission, alteration, and deletion. The website employs the industry-standard SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) encryption.
INTEGRITY OF YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
Universität Innsbruck has taken security measures to ensure that your personal information for the intended purposes is correct, complete and up-to-date. Naturally, you have the right to access and change your information at any time. You can help us by making sure your contact information and default settings are correct, complete and up-to-date. You may also receive a copy of your personal information by contacting us at the e-mail address mentioned below.
COOKIES AND OTHER TECHNOLOGIES
OUR COMPANY-WIDE COMMITMENT TO PROTECTING YOUR PERSONAL PRIVACY
As was already mentioned, Universität Innsbruck takes your personal rights very seriously. So that the security of your personal information is ensured, all workers are given current instructions and the company takes strict security precautions to protect your personal information. The website contains links to other companies. Universität Innsbruck is not responsible for their personal privacy guidelines. Universität Innsbruck recommends that you attain these companies’ Privacy Statements.
QUESTIONS REGARDING PERSONAL PRIVACY RIGHTS
This website is not fully functional, unfortunately for people with physical disabilities, such as vision, hearing or motor function. We are happy to refer here to the Arbitration Board for Disability Equality Ministry of Social Affairs of the Republic of Austria.