Privacy policy

for visitors to the website, newsletter recipients, visitors to our social media presence and other contacts with a PR or marketing background, applicants and suppliers of DIGITALDRINK AG

With this data protection declaration, we, DIGITALDRINK AG, based in Regensdorf, describe how we process your personal data if you are a visitor to the website, newsletter recipient, visitor to our social media presence, applicant or supplier or otherwise in connection with our PR or marketing activities or otherwise in contact or communication with us.

If you send us or disclose data about other persons, e.g. family members, employees, work colleagues, etc., we assume that you are authorized to do so, that this data is correct and that we may process it as described here. You confirm this by transmitting the data via third parties. Please also ensure that these third parties have been informed of this privacy policy.

The protection of your privacy is important to us. Of course, we only process your data as permitted by Swiss data protection law.

1. who is responsible for processing your personal data?

DIGITALDRINK AG is responsible for the data processing described in this privacy policy, unless otherwise communicated in individual cases. For certain of our services, we may also issue further data protection declarations that apply in addition to or instead of this data protection declaration.

If you have any questions about our handling of personal data or other data protection concerns, you can contact us at the following address:

Althardstrasse 146
8105 Regensdorf

2 What personal data do we process and for what purpose?

2.1 Visitors to the website and newsletter recipients
  1. Website visitors: When you visit our website, we process the associated access data (IP address, date and time of access to our websites, device information (hardware model, operating system version, device identification, etc.), website visited, system activities, browser type, browser language, URL of the previously visited website, name of the content accessed, etc.) in order to enable the use of the website (connection establishment, to ensure system security and stability, to analyze the use of our services to ensure quality, to optimize our services, to combat misuse and for internal statistical purposes.This data is used to enable the use of the website (connection setup), to ensure system security and stability, to analyze the use of our services to ensure quality, to optimize our services, to combat misuse and for internal statistical purposes.
  2. Newsletter: If you register for our newsletter or are a customer of ours, we will process the data you provide in order to send you our newsletter and other advertising content in which we draw attention to our services or the services of third parties closely associated with us. You can opt out at any time, the easiest way is to use the unsubscribe link at the end of each newsletter. Our newsletters and other notifications may contain web links or tracking pixels that record whether a particular newsletter has been opened and which links have been clicked on. We process the information obtained in this way together with the access data (see above) for the above-mentioned purposes.
  3. Other inquiries: If you contact us via our contact details on the website or otherwise, we will process the information you provide and any access data (see above) in order to respond to your inquiry.
2.2 Social media and other publications as well as PR/marketing contacts
  1. Interaction: We have a presence on various social media. Please be aware that we have no influence on their data processing and that your activities there are processed in accordance with the privacy policy of the respective platform. When you interact with us on this channel, we process the data we receive from you (your profile, your activities) in order to interact with you.
  2. Posts/publications: On these platforms, as well as on our website, in brochures or other publications, we also publish content in which we provide information and interact with or report on customers and other interested parties. As part of such posts, we pass on certain personal data to these platforms for publication or publish it in these formats (e.g. photos, videos or descriptions of customer or team events, stories about customers, employees, etc.). If you do not wish to be mentioned or appear in this context, please contact the photographer directly at the event. For stories, we are usually in direct contact with the people concerned and only publish such content with their consent.
  3. PR/marketing contacts: We also process personal data (name, company, contact details, public activities) in connection with our PR and marketing activities of persons who are potential customers or other business partners in order to examine a collaboration.
2.3 Applicants
  1. If you apply to us, we will process the data we receive from you (name, contact details, CV, salary expectations, references, etc.) as well as references obtained from the persons you provide in order to check your suitability for the advertised position or other vacancies. If you are hired, these documents will be included in your personnel file.

2.4 Suppliers

  1. If you are one of our suppliers, we process the data we receive from you or your employees (name, company, contact person, address, e-mail address, company website, VAT ID, bank details), associated correspondence (orders, order history, means of payment, clerks, invoices, reminders, other contractual correspondence) and other documentation arising in connection with the order (documentation on services, etc.) in order to process orders placed with you.
2.5 Other purposes

We may also use the above-mentioned data to comply with legal obligations and official orders, incl. Communicating with authorities and courts and enforcing and defending against legal claims.

3. to whom do we disclose your personal data?

In the course of our business activities and for the purposes set out in para. 2, to the extent permitted and deemed appropriate by us, to third parties, either because they process them for us or because they wish to use them for their own purposes. In addition to the provisions already mentioned in para. 2 mentioned above, this relates in particular to the following third parties (all collectively “recipients”):

  • Service providers (e.g. banks, insurance companies), including contract processors (e.g. IT providers, communication platforms, recruitment agencies); an overview of our current service providers can be found on the following website: Subcontractors
  • Suppliers, subcontractors and other business partners,
  • Certain data is also published (e.g. on our website, on our social media pages, in newspapers or our catalogs or other publications) and is therefore accessible to everyone,
  • Social insurance companies, authorities or other third parties if we are legally obliged to do so or if it is necessary to protect your or our interests, e.g. to combat abuse or safeguard rights, as well as other parties in potential or actual legal proceedings.

Otherwise, we only pass on personal data to third parties if this is necessary to achieve the purposes described in this data protection declaration or for our business activities, if this is provided for by law or in an order, if this is necessary for the enforcement of our legal claims or if you have given your consent. You can contact the person listed under no. 1 above for further information on the disclosure of personal data.

4. does your personal data end up abroad?

The recipients are generally in Germany. In certain cases, however, we may also disclose personal data to IT service providers and other recipients located abroad (namely in EU countries and, in certain cases, the USA, particularly in the case of certain IT service providers and social media). If we transfer data to a country without adequate statutory data protection, we ensure an adequate level of protection as provided for by law by means of appropriate contracts (in particular on the basis of the so-called standard contractual clauses) or other measures provided for by law or rely on the statutory exceptions, such as your consent, the conclusion or performance of a contract or the establishment, exercise or enforcement of legal claims. You can contact the person listed under no. 1 for further information on the countries concerned and the measures implemented.

5 What rights do you have?

Persons about whom we process data have the right to request information about the data processed about them as well as its correction or deletion.

Insofar as our processing is based on consent, data subjects have the right to withdraw this consent at any time with effect for the future.

To exercise such rights, the data subjects may contact the persons listed above under point. 1 address mentioned above. We will process these requests in accordance with the Swiss Data Protection Act and can also reject them or only fulfill them to a limited extent in accordance with the legal regulations.

6. cookies

We use cookies on our website. These are small text files that are stored on your end device.

We use such cookies to enable better use of the website (e.g. saving the language selection). We also use cookies to create statistical evaluations of the use of our website.

Most browsers are preset to accept cookies automatically. You can disable them by deactivating cookies in your browser settings.

7. changes to this privacy policy

It may be necessary to amend this privacy policy from time to time, for example if the law or the way in which we process personal data changes. In this case, we will inform you of the change in a suitable form (e.g. by posting it on our website or sending you an e-mail) and the new version will become binding with this information.


Version November 2023

Do you have questions about data protection?

Do not hesitate to contact us directly with your questions.

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