Mandatory information on e-commerce law
Radstation is a division of
Trendwerk Gemeinnützige Gesellschaft mbH zur Förderung der Integration am Arbeitsmarkt
Headquarters: Blütenstraße 15, 4040 Linz
Registered office in Vienna: Cumberlandstr. 38, 1140 Vienna
Building C and D, 3rd floor
Tel.: +43 1 895 99 09
Fax: +43 1 895 99 09 44
VAT: ATU 63174709
Company registration number: FN 287090 t
Court of registration: Linz
Managing Director: Mario Moser MS
All pages on this website, especially text, images, graphics, sound and video files, are subject to copyright. Duplicating, publishing or otherwise using these pages, or parts of them, in electronic or printed publications, including online, or for business purposes, is only permitted with prior authorisation. This applies to all content, irrespective of file format and for all forms of use. COOKIES Cookies are used on the website. These are text files with information on use of the website (web pages visited, number of visits, time of visits, length of time on individual pages, browser used, operating system used, etc.). Cookies can be permanent, i.e. remain until they are deleted, or temporary, e.g. if they are deleted after the website visit is finished. As simple text files, cookies do not interfere with your computer’s system, but only affect how content is displayed on websites you visit.
Patterns of use contained in cookies are anonymised and evaluated enabling subsequent internet advertising (e.g. banners) on other websites to be shown according to the user's interests. Pseudonymised cookies are used which each contain random numbers or combinations of numbers and letters; these can be used to identify that the same user is making the visit. The combination of numbers cannot be used to identify who the user is. These cookies are also used by our service providers.
In addition, the website uses a cookie that shows the current IP address. The main purpose of these cookies is to gather data on banner distribution, pop-ups, number of page views and multimedia content and to make use of the website simpler and more efficient. Your personal data such as name, address and email address are never saved in the cookies.
If you don't want the advantages of cookies and wish to prevent your user behaviour from being analysed, you can delete the cookies in your browser and block future cookies by adjusting your browser settings. You can use your browser’s Help menu to find out how to do this.
If you delete all cookies via the browser settings, this also deletes all opt-outs of cookies. You then have to set these up again. If you use several browsers, you have to opt out of cookies in each browser.
WEB ANALYSIS SERVICES
Google Analytics and Adwords:
If the information gathered in the cookie about your use of the website is used by Google Analytics, a Google Inc. (‘Google’) service, this is transmitted to a Google server in the USA and stored there. Using the IP anonymisation on this website (we use the extension ‘-anonymize()’), however, Google shortens your IP address within EU member states or in other EEA states. The full IP address will only be transferred to a Google service in the USA and shortened there in exceptional cases. Google uses the information gathered on our behalf to analyse your use of our website and compile reports about website activities and render additional services for us connected with website and internet use. Google will never combine the IP address gathered using Google Analytics with other Google data. Google may transfer the information gathered using Google Analytics to third parties if Google is legally obligated to do so or if the third parties are handling this data on behalf of Google. You can also prevent these cookies from being stored by changing your browser settings, as mentioned above.
We use social plug-ins from facebook.com, namely the ‘Like’ button and the ‘Share’ button. These plug-ins are provided by Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA and send data to Facebook. They are identified by the Facebook ‘f’. When these plug-ins are activated, your browser establishes a connection to the Facebook servers. The plug-in content is sent directly to your browser. The plug-in is part of Facebook and is only displayed on our website. Any interaction with the plug-in is an interaction on ‘facebook.com’ and not on our website. We have no influence over the content of the plug-in. At the same time, Facebook places one or more cookies in your browser.
Using the active plug-ins and the cookie(s), Facebook receives data, even if you have not yet clicked on the plug-in and even if you don't have a Facebook account. According to Facebook, this data includes the websites visited, date, time, browser type and version, operating system and version as well as, we believe, the IP address and any Facebook cookies already stored in the browser. Facebook can use this to establish which other websites with Facebook content (including these plug-ins) you have visited. Facebook uses this data to detect errors in its own system, improve its own products and adapt to user behaviour, manage, place and personalise advertising, localise information and record how websites with Facebook content are used and for market research purposes.
When you activate the plug-ins, you are logged into Facebook, so your Facebook login ID is also sent to Facebook. Your visit to our website can therefore be directly linked to your Facebook account. Your Facebook name and private data is then identified by Facebook from your Facebook account. If there is interaction with the Facebook plug-ins, i.e. when they’re clicked on, this information is not only transmitted to the Facebook server but also published on Facebook and visible to your friends, depending on your Facebook account settings. If you want to avoid this, you need to log out of your Facebook account before activating Facebook plug-ins and delete all Facebook cookies after visiting websites with Facebook plug-ins. According to Facebook, they save all this data for up to 90 days. After that, Facebook anonymises this data and only uses it in anonymised and condensed form, for example to improve advertising.
Facebook plug-ins are set up so that we don't receive any of the information that is transmitted with the plug-in or the Facebook cookies. We can only establish that you have clicked on the plug-in and shared our content with others.
You can find further details on how Facebook handles your data in Facebook’s online data protection regulations.
We use social plug-ins from the Twitter SMS service, namely the ‘Share’ button. This plug-in is provided by Twitter Inc., 1355 Market St., Suite 900, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA and sends data to Twitter. This plug-in is identified by the Twitter logo.
When this plug-in is activated, your browser establishes a connection to the Twitter servers. The plug-in content is sent directly to your browser. We have no influence over the content of the plug-in. At the same time, Twitter places one or more cookies in your browser. Using the active plug-in and the cookie(s), Twitter receives data, even if you have not yet clicked on the plug-in and even if you don't have a Twitter account. According to Twitter, this data includes the website visited, the previously visited website, date, time, browser type, operating system, your IP address, previous search terms, your location, mobile phone provider, mobile device, application ID and any Twitter cookies already stored in the browser. Twitter can use this to establish which other websites with Twitter content (including these plug-ins) you have visited. Twitter mainly uses this data for its ‘Tailored Suggestions’ service, which recommends particular tweets to you, to improve its own products and adapt to user behaviour, localise information and record how websites with Twitter content are used and for market research purposes.
When you activate the plug-in, you are logged into Twitter, so Twitter can create a link to your Twitter account. If you want to avoid this, you need to log out of your Twitter account before activating the Twitter plug-in and delete all Twitter cookies after visiting websites with Twitter plug-ins.
According to Twitter, they start deleting the widget data after 10 days and this can take up to 7 days. After that, Twitter only uses condensed, anonymised data, for example to analyse how often a site with Twitter content has been viewed.
Twitter plug-ins are set up so that we don't receive any of the information that is transmitted with the plug-in or the Twitter cookies. We can only establish that you have clicked on the plug-in and shared our content with others.
You can find further details on how Twitter handles your data in Twitter’s online data protection regulations.
When services are used that extend beyond simply viewing content or surfing the website, we gather the following data:
If you contact us using a form on the website, information on the form is gathered and stored; this includes your title, name, address, phone number, email address, company, industry, the area to which your query relates and information and preferences relating to your query. This helps us to pass your message on to the right person. The data gathered from the contact form is only used to handle your query.
As part of using our website, you have expressly consented to the use of certain data, for example when you subscribe to a newsletter by clicking a button or confirm and state your email address.
These authorisations can be seen on the section of the website where data and confirmations are entered.
When registering with an email address, we will send an email to this email address asking you to confirm the registration; this is only to make sure that the registration came from you.
SECURITY AND TRANSFERRING DATA TO THIRD PARTIES
We handle your data in accordance with current data protection laws and regulations. We employ the technical and organisational measures required by law to protect personal data.
Your data is only transferred to third parties if we are legally obligated to do so. We will never pass your data onto third parties, either by sale, hire or exchange.
INFORMATION, DELETION, RETRACTION
You can ask for information stored by us about you at any time. In order to do this, we may ask for proof of identity. You can also ask for data stored by us to be amended or deleted at any time. If deleting the data would run counter to data preservation regulations, the data will be blocked.
You can revoke your consent to your data being used to send newsletters, answer queries and contact forms in the future, without stating a reason, as well as object to your data being used for pseudonymised use profiles in order to improve and shape our services as needed and for advertising and market research purposes.
To unsubscribe from the newsletter, please click on the unsubscribe link in the newsletter email.
You can send questions, revocations or objections to us either by email or to the addresses listed above.