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Data protection

Consent to processing of personal data

Personal data within the meaning of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is all information relating to a natural and identifiable person. Data processing is defined as being any operation, such as compilation, recording or storage, which is carried out with this data.

For any contact with PFANNER, be it for example via email, telephone, post, fax or homepage contact form, personal data is transmitted to PFANNER for processing. At least contact such as the name and address of the sender are regularly concerned.

By corresponding with PFANNER, and in doing so disclosing personal data, you specifically consent to the processing of this disclosed personal data by PFANNER as well as the transfer of such data to companies of the PFANNER Group. This consent to the processing of personal data shall occur voluntarily and be independent of the fulfilment of a contract. Whenever you disclose personal data of third parties, PFANNER assumes you have the right to process this data. PFANNER shall process the personal data exclusively for the particular purpose resulting from the correspondence and delete it once this purpose has been fulfilled or upon request unless this conflicts any legal retention periods. This consent can be revoked informally at any time.

If you disapprove of the processing of personal data or if the personal data is that of third parties and you are therefore not entitled to consent to it being processed, we kindly request you refrain from transmittting such data.

Information in accordance with Article 13 EU General Data Protection Regulation

PFANNER as controller responsible for data processing activities, in full:

Hermann Pfanner Getränke GmbH (FN 314034 s)
Alte Landstraße 10
6923 Lauterach, Austria
Phone: +43 (0) 5574/ 6720-0
Fax: +43 (0) 5574/ 6720-20
www.pfanner.com
officepfannercom

along with the directors Ing. Hermann Pfanner, Mag. Peter Pfanner, Mag. Johann Lanzinger, Manfred Boch and Ing. Günter Feusthuber as representatives.

The data processing solely serves the purpose(s) of the specific correspondence. Data processing according to GDPR shall occur only in accordance with Article 6 for compliance with legal obligations, for compliance with contracts or on the basis of the above consent to processing of data. This consent to the processing of data may be revoked at any time.

The processed personal data is processed for the duration of the purpose and erased thereafter. In the case of business process-related personal data, this is retained in accordance with statutory tax retention provisions. All other personal data is stored only for the necessary duration of the specific processing purpose. At the latest, personal data shall be deleted once all statutory retention periods have expired. When data is transmitted in a form via the website, the data provided shall be stored for processing, and for the purpose of follow-up queries for the duration of six months.

Upon written request, all personal data concerning the data subject which is being processed by PFANNER shall be disclosed, and the person in question shall be informed in detail of the data processing of the said data.

If incorrect personal data is processed by PFANNER, this shall be rectified upon informal written demand. In this case, please contact officepfannercom.

If consent to the processing of personal data is revoked, the personal data shall be erased unless statutory retention periods or obligations resulting from concluded contracts prevent this. The processing of personal data received before the revokation shall not be affected.

Transfer of the personal data to third parties is not intended. It may, however, be that the transfer of data to other companies of the PFANNER Group may be necessary and thus carried out for the purpose of data processing. The transfer of personal data to recipients in third countries shall not take place.

You have the right to restrict the processing of personal data to certain designated purposes by informal letter to PFANNER.

If you are of the opinion that PFANNER does not properly fulfil its obligations according to the data protection law, or that your data protection rights have in any other way been infringed, you may lodge a complaint with the data protection authority.

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Google Analytics

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Furthermore, the website uses a Google advertising function which is able to generate Google Analytics reports according to demographic characteristics and interests. To this aim, information from both Google cookies and from third-party cookies is used for analysis. However, all data is provided to us in anonymised form, so that we are unable to deduce the identity of a particular user. If you do not approve of this use of data as stored by cookies, you may set your browser software in such a way as to entirely prevent cookies, or you may install the aforementioned browser plug-in, thus prohibiting analysis of your usage behaviour by Google Analytics.

Social networks

The PFANNER website has also incorporated plug-ins for the social networks Facebook, YouTube and Instagram. The plug-ins can be recognised by the corresponding logos or the "Like button" ("Like") on the website. Whenever you visit the website, a direct connection is generated via the plug-in between your browser and the servers of these social networks. In doing so, a message is transferred that you are a visitor to our site via your IP address. If you click a “Like button” whilst logged into your particular account, you can post the contents of our site onto your profile, thus enabling the respective social network to link your visit to our site to the user account. We would like to point out that we, as the operator of the website, have neither knowledge of the content of the transferred data nor of its use by the social networks. Further information on this matter can be found in the privacy statements of the social networks at https://www.facebook.com/legal/FB_Work_Privacy, https://www.youtube.de/t/privacy and https://help.instagram.com/519522125107875. If you do not want these social networks to assign your visit to the PFANNER web pages to your user account, please log out of your respective account.