Kongresskultur Bregenz GmbH
Platz der Wiener Symphoniker 1
6900 Bregenz – Austria
T +43 5574 413-0
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In no event will Kongresskultur Bregenz be liable for damage arising from, or in connection with, use of the website or of external linked websites operated by third parties.
Should a contractual relationship be established between you and Kongresskultur Bregenz, it shall be governed exclusively by the laws of Austria without giving effect to any principles of conflicts of law.
Data protection declaration
We attach the greatest importance to protecting and safeguarding your data. Whether you are a customer or only a visitor to our website, we treat all data which we receive from you and store, as “Personal Information”. In dealing with Personal Information, we abide by the following
1. We follow unreservedly the strict provisions of the Austrian Data Protection Act. The storing, processing and use of Personal Information is governed by the laws of the Federal Republic of Austria, in particular by the law on the protection of personal data (Data Protection Act 2000, hereafter “DSG 2000″). Through the DSG 2000, EU directives on data protection were adopted into Austrian law. We apply these provisions also to Personal Information which we receive from sources outside Austria to the extent that doing so does not contravene local binding law.
2. Personal Information is not sold, leased, lent or disclosed in any other way. However, we reserve the right to pass on Personal Information to other companies as part of corporate restructuring or affiliations, providing that those companies agree to abide by the principles set out above and furthermore have their registered office either in the European Union or in another state with adequate data protection (pursuant to § 12 Abs. 2 DSG 2000).
3. We do not disclose Personal Information to third parties. Companies which are directly or indirectly connected with us are not deemed third parties within the meaning of this principle. The disclosure of Personal Information to outsourcing partners is possible if they provide sufficient guarantees for the lawful and secure usage of data and are contractually committed to observing the principles set out above. We further reserve the right to disclose Personal Information to third parties if we are obligated to do so by law, by the adjudication of a court with jurisdiction or by order of a competent authority; or if, as a result of your actions or omissions, we are obliged to seek the protection or assertion of our rights, property or assets by the agency of competent authorities.
4. In collecting data we limit ourselves to what is necessary and reasonable. Whenever we collect Personal Information, we refer you to these principles or explain to you how we intend to utilize the data. We need Personal Information to conduct our business and to perform our contractual responsibilities. In addition it allows us to provide services that are better tailored to the customer. Consequently it can happen that in the interests of optimizing our services we link Personal Information with other data available to us.