Data Protection

The protection of your personal data is very important to us. We process your data only based on the legal regulations (DSGVO, TKG 2003). In the following, we inform you on the essential aspects for data processing on our website.

Contact us

If you contact us via webform (contact) or email, the data you provide (First name, last name, email-address, content) are stored for giving feedback for maximum 6 months. The data is not given to any third party without your agreement.


Our website uses cookies. These are small text-files being stored at your computer. The may not harm your system.
We use cookies to provide customer specific services. Some cookies are stored at your computer until you delete them. The allow us to recognize your computer if you visit us in the future.
If you want to prevent the website from storing cookies at your computer, you have to disable this in your web-browser.
If you deactivate cookies, the functionality of our website may be reduced.


We use https to encrypt your data for secure transfer via the internet. The security of confidential data is ensured by using TLS (Transport Layer Security).


This website does not use analysis tools.

Data Processors

Our website is hosted by World4You Internet Services GmbH (Hafenstraße 47-51,4020 Linz, Österreich, Tel: +43 (0) 732 / 93035). Email-services including the contact-form are also provided by World4You. Fulfilling their services, World4you may access your personal data if this is necessary for them to fulfill their tasks. World4you is obligated to fulfill the data protection regulations against us. A data processor contract according to art 28 GDPR has been signed.

Your Rights

You have the right on information, correction, deletion, restriction, transfer, revocation, and protest. If you think, that the processing of your data violates the data protection law or your data protection right was harmed in any other way, you may claim at the respective regulatory body. In Austria, this is the Datenschutzbehörde.

Ihnen stehen grundsätzlich die Rechte auf Auskunft, Berichtigung, Löschung, Einschränkung, Datenübertragbarkeit, Widerruf und Widerspruch zu. Wenn Sie glauben, dass die Verarbeitung Ihrer Daten gegen das Datenschutzrecht verstößt oder Ihre datenschutzrechtlichen Ansprüche sonst in einer Weise verletzt worden sind, können Sie sich bei der Aufsichtsbehörde beschweren. In Österreich ist dies die Datenschutzbehörde.