Data Protection Declaration for controlinroad.org
The legal foundations for this data protection declaration emerge in particular from the following regulations:
- General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - EU Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC
- Austrian Data Protection Act (DSG) - Federal Act concerning the Protection of Personal Data
- Austrian Research Organisation Act (FOG) - Federal Act on General Matters relating to Article 89 GDPR and Research Organisation
In this declaration you can find out what personal data is processed and for what purpose it is done so on this website. In addition, we are informing you about your rights as a person possibly affected by our data processing.
We request you to read this declaration carefully. By using this website and its services you hereby declare that you have been informed about the use of your personal data in accordance with the present declaration.
The protection of your personal data is of the highest priority for us. If you are not in agreement with the use of your personal data to the extent concerning you in this declaration, then please do not disclose your personal data. This may possibly result in not having any or only restricted access to the services for the use of which the processing of our data is needed.
Legal basis for collection and processing of your personal data
Personal data are only collected and processed by us to the statutorily allowed extent. However, the processing of your personal data may also be required in connection with the fulfilment of a contractual or statutory obligation. We process your data, for example, if you contact ous via our contact form or in any other way.
Purpose and types of data
Generally the use of controlinroad.org is possible without disclosing any personal data.
When calling up our websites, information is transmitted to us such as your IP address and some system information. This information provides indications, for instance, about the end device being used (computer, Smartphone, tablet, etc.), the browser being used (Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari, etc.), the time of access to our websites and the data volume transmitted. We do not use this data to identify the individual user. The information is processed for reasons of system security (e.g. protection against misuse). The information serves in particular to further improve the information and service offer of controlinroad.org.
Currently controalinroad.org does not use any cookies. Cookies are small text files which are deposited on your electronic end device (e.g. computer, tablet, Smartphone) in order to make further allocation of your browser possible. Cookies store information such as the duration of your visit to our homepages or your data entered in web forms such as event registrations. This avoids having to enter all required data with each use.
Transmittal of personal data to third parties and/or to foreign countries
Your data are not generally transmitted to third parties and/or to foreign countries. Should transmittal of data to a foreign country or to third parties be provided for or required, you will be separately informed of this in connection with the particular processing of your data.
Your data are basically only stored for as long as they are required or statutorily allowed in connection with the particular processing. On the particular storage period you will be informed separately in connection with the data processing in question.
Information about your rights
Right to information
You may demand information from AIT whether and, if so, which of your personal data and within what scope your personal data are processed.
Right to correction
If your data are processed by us incompletely or incorrectly, then you are at any time entitled to demand correction and/or supplementation (taking the particular processing purposes into account).
Right to deletion
You may demand deletion of your personal data from AIT if
- they are no longer needed for the purposes for which they were collected,
- you have revoked your consent and there is no other legal basis for processing, or
- they were processed illegally, or
- their deletion is necessary to meet a legal obligation.
Please note that there may also be reasons preventing immediate deletion, such as:
- Fulfilment of a legal obligation or performance of a task lying in the public interest,
- Statutorily regulated archiving purposes lying in the public interest, scientific or historical research purposes or statistical purposes, or
- The assertion, exercise or defence of legal claims.
If the processing of your personal data is based on your consent, you may withdraw your consent in writing at any time. The contact details for the withdrawal of your consent can be found within the information on data protection in connection with the data processing in question. The withdrawal of consent shall not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent before the withdrawal.
Right to restriction of processing
You may demand restriction of processing your personal data if
- you dispute the correctness of the data and, more specifically, for the period of time making it possible to test the correctness of the data;
- the processing of the data occurred illegally, but you reject deletion and instead demand a restriction on use of the data;
- the data are no longer needed for the intended purpose, but you still need the data for assertion, exercise or defence of legal claims, or
- you have filed objection to processing of the data as long as it has not been established whether our legitimate interest in processing outweighs other considerations.
Right to data portability
You may demand from AIT that the data you provided are made available to you in a structured, conventional and machine readable format, provided
- such data are being processed on the basis of consent given by you and revocable by you, and
- such processing occurs with the aid of automated processes.
This right does not apply to any processing for the exercise of a task which lies in the public interest.
Right to object
You may, for reasons emerging from your own peculiar situation, at any time file an objection against the processing of personal data relating to you, provided
- the processing is required to defend the legitimate rights of AIT or rather a third party
- or required for performance of a task lying in the public interest,
- the processing is being done for scientific or historical research purposes or rather for statistical purposes, unless the processing is required in fulfilment of a task lying in the public interest.
After such an objection, your data will not be processed any further unless there are compelling protectable reasons for their processing which outweigh your rights and freedoms or if processing is necessary for assertion, exercise or defence of legal claims.
Right of appeal
If you are of the opinion that AIT is breaching Austrian or European data protection law in processing your data, we request you to contact us in order to quickly clear up any eventual issues. Of course, you also have the right to lodge a complaint with the Austrian data protection authority or any competent public authority within the EU.
Availing of your rights
If you wish to avail yourself of any of the above rights, please contact us.
In the course of asserting your rights, it is possible that we have to require additional information to confirm your identity (e.g. official ID). This serves exclusively for your protection so that it can be excluded that third parties receive information about your data without authorisation.
AIT endeavours to react to all of your legitimate queries as quickly as possible and in accordance with statutory regulations and deadlines.
Amendment of this Data Protection Declaration
controlinroad.org reserves the right to undertake at any time amendments or supplements to this declaration. Such amendments and supplements will be brought to your notice in this place.