This The following explains how your personal data is processed and protected by Rechtsanwältin Eva Maria König (Technikumstrasse 92, 8400 Winterthur, Switzerland) (hereinafter referred to as the “Firm”).
In accordance with Article 6(2) of the Federal Act on Data Protection (FADP; SR 235.1), the processing of your personal data is carried out in good faith and is proportionate. Processing means any handling of personal data, irrespective of the means and procedures used, in particular the collection, storage, keeping, use, revision, disclosure, archiving, erasure or destruction of data (Article 5(d) FADP).
Your personal data is processed in order to fulfil the contractual relationship between you and the Firm, to fulfil the legal obligations of the Firm, to protect the legitimate interests of the Firm, such as in connection with the provision of services by the Firm (provision of the website, marketing measures and the like), or on the basis of your consent.
The following personal data may be processed by the Firm: your name, your contact details, information on your marital status and information on your professional, family, health, social or financial situation. You provide this data to the Firm yourself, or the data is disclosed to the Firm by another party, the courts or the authorities, or the data is obtained from public registers or other public sources. Your personal data may subsequently also be disclosed to an opposing party, the courts or the authorities and, with your consent, to third parties in order to fulfil the contractual relationship. Your personal data may also be disclosed to third parties without your consent on the basis of legal obligations. Insurance companies, banks and external service providers are also considered third parties in this context. IT service providers are not regarded as third parties but as processors operating on behalf of the Firm.
The recipients of your personal data may also be located abroad. If a recipient is located in a country without adequate data protection regulations, the Firm will oblige the recipient to comply with adequate data protection regulations by concluding corresponding clauses. Otherwise, the Firm will rely on legal exceptions for the transfer of your personal data, such as your consent or the transfer for the purpose of processing an order.
Your personal data will be destroyed or made anonymous after expiry of the statutory storage obligations, provided that the personal data is no longer required for the fulfilment of the contractual relationship or for the protection of other legitimate interests.
You have the right to be informed at any time whether your personal data is being processed and to receive the information that will enable you to assert your rights based on the FADP. Transparency is guaranteed. Furthermore, you have the right to rectify or erase your personal data, to restrict the processing of your personal data or to object to the processing of your personal data. The right to justify the processing of your personal data by the Firm is reserved.
The Firm guarantees your data security on a technical and an organisational basis. Your digitally stored personal data is encrypted and stored on servers in Switzerland via cloud service providers or on local hardware. In the event that programs are used to process your personal data, the data will also be stored by those programs on servers in Switzerland in encrypted format. In the event that a connection is established to your digitally stored personal data from abroad, the connection will also be encrypted.
4 September 2023