as of August 2020
1) We care about protecting your data and maintaining your fundamental rights to privacy. We are committed to protect and respect your privacy, and encourage you to carefully read this notice and reach out to us.
2) The data controller is the
Address: Praterstraße 1, weXelerate, 2. Stock, Space 25, 1020 Vienna
Contact person: Jonas Keisel
3) This privacy notice applies to our employees, prospective employees (applicants), the processing activities in relation to visitors of our website, users of our digital services, online courses and individuals communicating with us.
4) We collect and process your personal data for providing the services requested by you or responding to your inquiries or on the website, for fulfilling our obligations under the agreement with you for providing the service (where such an agreement has been con-cluded, this can be revoked any time without giving reasons), for fulfilling the contract (with our employees, prospective employees, clients), for complying with legal obligations and for pursuing our legitimate interest of improving and marketing of our services.
5) If you visit our website, we process the following: Cookies and IP-address. The purpose of the processing is: education with a focus on digital skills, delivering the requested ser-vices, monitoring, and improving our services, in order to optimize the website, improve the user friendliness, reducing bugs and communicating with clients.
6) If you enroll in our program, we process the following: Name, email address, last four digits of credit card information via our trusted payment processing partner Stripe. The purpose of the processing is: education with a focus on digital skills, giving feedback on completed tasks (if applicable), delivering the requested services, monitoring and im-proving our services, in order to optimize the website, improve the user friendliness, re-ducing bugs and communicating with clients.
7) We process your personal data in accordance with the law only for such time periods as necessary to provide you with our digital services, and to communicate with you, to im-prove our services and as prescribed for legal and audit purposes.
9) A cookie is a small text file that is placed on your computer, mobile phone, or other device when you visit a website. A cookie enables recognition of your computer and the collection of information on what websites and functions you have visited. It also helps maintain your settings when you are navigating a website or return to the same website at a later point.
10) We use both session cookies (which expire once you close your web browser) and persistent cookies (which stay on your device for a set period of time or until you delete them). We use the following types of cookies for the purposes explained in this docu-ment.
17) Our webpage contains links to other websites, namely LinkedIn and Facebook. We are not responsible for the privacy practices of these third parties. You can find the information on the privacy by clicking here:
18) We respect your personal data protection rights and your fundamental rights to privacy. You can request access to the personal data and to get a copy of your data, free of charge, in an accessible format.
19) If you assume the data we process isn't correct or is missing some information, you have the right to demand the correction or update of data.
20) You have the right to demand the return of your data to you or to transfer it directly to another company if this is technically possible ("data portability").
21) If your personal data is no longer needed or is being used unlawfully then you can ask for your data to be erased ("the right to be forgotten".).
22) Our Service does not address anyone under the age of 18 ("Children") We do not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from anyone under the age of 18. If you are a parent or guardian and you are aware that your Children has provided us with Personal Data, please contact us. If we become aware that we have collected Personal Data from children without verification of parental consent, we take steps to remove that information from our servers.
23) Even though we implement the highest standards to the protection of your personal data, if your personal information is stolen, lost or illegally accessed, we will report it to the national data protection authority (DSB) if demanded by the law. Also, we will inform you directly if there are serious risks related to your personal data or privacy due to the breach.
24) If you think your data protection rights have not been respected, you can make a complaint directly to the national data protection authority (DSB: firstname.lastname@example.org). You can also file a case directly in court instead of first going to your national data protection authority.