This privacy statement (hereinafter the „Statement“) describes how data of the users of this website (hereinafter the “Users”) is collected and for which purposes it is used, forwarded and/or disclosed. The Statement also describes which measures are taken by TWINT to ensure data security.
By accessing this website, the User accepts that TWINT collects, uses, forwards and/or discloses data in accordance with this Statement. This statement is subject to any statutory or contractual non-disclosure provisions.
The Statement is subject to change without notice. The most recent version is published online.
TWINT collects data about the User when he/she accesses the website or when he/she request or uses services offered by TWINT. TWINT collects personal data (e.g. name, gender, address, e-mail, telephone or fax number) which the User provides to TWINT, e.g.by filling in a registration form or when signing up for a newsletter. In addition, the webserver automatically records details of the use of the website (e.g. IP-address, the name of the previous website from which the User accesses this website, the specific pages of the website viewed by the User, including date and length of the visit).
The User may control the operation of cookies in his/her browser settings. The respective facilities of the browser and instructions for their use are normally to be found in the user manual or in the help file of the browser. The refusal, blockage or disablement of cookies may result in a reduced availability of the services provided on the website. Furthermore, parts of the website may not function correctly without cookies.
For the analysis of the use of the website TWINT uses third party analysis tools, e.g. Google Analytics or Webtrends Analytics (hereinafter the “Tool Providers”). TWINT does not assume any responsibility or liability for the data use by the Tool Providers.
Further information can be found under http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en and/or https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245?hl=en (general information on Google Analytics and privacy).
TWINT uses personal data for the purpose of improving the quality of its products and services, particularly:
TWINT may share personal data with employees, agents or other third parties in or outside the country of residence of the User for the purpose of the provision of a service or for the purposes mentioned above. Employees, agents or other third parties, which have access to personal data, are obliged to respect the User’s privacy. TWINT protects personal data with appropriate physical, electronic and process-related security measures such as firewalls, personal passwords and/or encoding and authentication technologies.
TWINT reserves the right to disclose personal user data to government and regulatory agencies as well as to any other third party if required or permitted by applicable statutory laws, regulations, judicial decrees, requests or directives by authorities, or similar provisions.
TWINT stores user data in accordance with applicable data protection laws.
This website may contain links to other websites not operated or supervised by TWINT. Third party websites are not subject to this Statement. TWINT does not assume responsibility for the content of these websites and their use of personal data.