Intersyn AG

Privacy Policy

Thank you for visiting the website of Intersyn AG. The protection of your privacy is very important to us, and we process your personal data in strict compliance with Liechtenstein Datenschutzgesetz (DSG), which transposes EU Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation).

The present privacy policy statement is to inform you about the scope, purpose, and terms of the storage of your personal data by Intersyn AG, as well as our corporate identity, the data controller, and your rights under DSG.

1. Personal data to be protected in general

Information or data related to individual persons, who are identified or could be identifiable in the context of such information (“personal data”), is subject to data protection under the DSG.

2. Types of personal data we store and the terms and purpose of such storage

2.1. Data necessary for the execution of the contract and preparation for its execution.
When you are placing an order, we ask you to share with us your billing and delivery information, which includes (a) your full name, (b) payment and delivery addresses, (c) email, and optionally, (d) phone number. This information is required to prepare and execute the sale contract for your order, including its payment and delivery. After execution of the contract, we keep this information for seven years in order to be able to fulfill our legal obligations related to maintaining corporate records and reporting tax.

The personal data mentioned in section 2.1 can be transmitted to (a) the shipping service provider in order to deliver your order, (b) state institutions or authorities to whom we may, in some cases, be obliged to provide the information by law or according to court decisions, and (c) the banks and payment processing institutions we use to process payments for the orders, namely:

2.2. Data necessary to deliver relevant newsletters. You may wish to receive information from us about our products and marketing, and in order to do so, you need to share your email address with us. When you subscribe to the newsletter, we ask for your consent to process and store this data until you cancel the subscription. You can cancel the subscription at any time by using the appropriate link provided at the bottom of every newsletter or by contacting Intersyn AG directly by phone or email; you will find the relevant contact details at the end of this Privacy Policy statement. In order to create and send the newsletter to you, we use the MailChimp newsletter service, which is operated by The Rocket Science Group, LLC.

When you receive and open newsletters, the following information can be tracked: time of newsletter delivery, time and duration of its opening, IP address of its opening, your mail client type, what link was opened and the time of such opening. This data, which is stored by MailChimp until your subscription is cancelled, allows us to make newsletters more relevant to your individual interests.

2.3. Data necessary to respond to your communications. You may wish to contact us by email or through the special contact form placed on our website. To reply to your inquiry in a precise, responsive and comprehensive manner, we will store your name, email address and phone number, and this information will be stored for one year after the last communication, unless a longer term is prescribed by law, as may arise in the case of legally binding requests or claims. These communications are based on your consent.

2.4. Data to prevent fraud or misbehavior from website users. We record the IP address of each user when he/she connects to the website, navigates through it, makes an order, establishes communication with us, or subscribes to the newsletter. We keep the record of the user’s IP address with the personal data provided by the user until such personal data is deleted. We do so in compliance with our legitimate interest to prevent our network infrastructure, website, and its users from potential fraud and the misbehavior of third parties (hacking attacks, using fake personal details for illegal purposes, stealing data, unauthorized publishing of offensive information, etc.) by making it harder for third parties to anonymously perform fraudulent activities or acts of misbehavior.

2.5 Cookies. In order to make our website user-friendly and to enable the use of certain functions, such as our web shop or remembering your choice of a preferred language, we use cookies in some areas. Cookies are small datafiles that are stored locally on your device and contain certain settings and information for exchange with our system via your browser.

Most of the cookies we use are session cookies and are deleted from your hard drive after you close your browser. However, a few cookies may remain stored on your device until you erase them so that we can recognize your browser on your next visit and make the web site look the same as it was when you left it.

By using our website, you declare that you expressly wish to use our web service and that you agree to the use of these cookies if cookies are accepted according to your browser’s settings.

If you want to make your own decision about which cookies (if any) should be stored on your device, you can set up your browser according your individual cookies preferences, as described in the Cookie policy section.

2.6 Data for web analysis. Our web site uses the Google Analytics service, which is operated by Google LLC. This service allows us to understand and predict demands for our products and content of this website and meet these demands in the most effective manner, thus providing our clients with the best consumer experience we can. Web analysis is an element of our general marketing activities, which we perform following our prevailing legitimate interest. Google Analytics uses cookies, which may contain information about how the user interacts with our website (including partial user IP addresses and the attributes of the website that a user calls up). These cookies collect information in a way that does not directly identify anyone. In order to prevent Google Analytics from using cookies to collect data related to your activity on our website, you can set up your browser according your individual cookies preferences, as described in the Cookie policy and individual cookies preferences section below.

3. Cookie policy and individual cookies preferences

By using our website, you declare that you expressly wish to use our web service and that you agree to the use of these cookies if cookies are accepted according to your browser’s settings.

If you want to make your own decision about which cookies (if any) should be stored on your device, you can set up your browser according your individual cookies preferences.

In Chrome, you can access the cookies management settings by entering chrome://settings/cookies into the address field. For Internet Explorer, go to Settings > Internet Options > Privacy > Block All Cookies. In Firefox, you need to enter about:preferences#privacy into the address field.

We would like to point out that changes to settings only affect the browser in which you have made the changes. If you use different browsers or change the (mobile) device, you will have to change your settings again.

Furthermore, cookies can be deleted at any time. Please refer to the help function of your web browser for information on cookie settings, how to change them, and how to delete cookies.

You also have the option to disable cookies in the Cookie settings pop-up window that appears when you launch our website.

4. Data storage and data transfers outside EU and EEC

The data mentioned in 2.2 and 2.7 in relation to MailChimp and Google Analytics are usually transmitted and stored outside EU/EEC.

The MailChimp service is operated by the Rocket Science Group, LLC, 675 Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Suite 5000, Atlanta, GA 30308 USA. The information transmitted through the use of this service is typically transmitted to MailChimp servers in the United States, and is stored and processed there in compliance with the EU–-US Privacy Shield and Swiss Safe Harbor Frameworks.

The Google Analytics service is operated by Google LLC, 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA. The data collected by this service are ordinarily transferred to the servers of Google LLC in the US, and are stored and processed there in compliance with the EU–US Privacy Shield Framework.

5. Your rights in connection with personal data

Besides any other applicable legal regulations, DSG provides you with certain rights in relation to your personal data, namely: (a) to request from us whether and what personal data we have stored about you and to receive copies of these data; (b) to ask for the correction, update, or erasing of any of your personal data that is wrong or has been processed in a legally incompliant way; (c) to call for the restriction of the processing of your personal data; (d) to object to the processing of your personal data (in certain circumstances); (e) to revoke your consent to processing (this does not make processing until the revocation unlawful); (f) to ask for data portability; (g) to be informed about the identity of any third parties to whom your personal data are transmitted; and (h) to appeal to the data protection authority.

6. Data protection authority in Principality of Liechtenstein

Städtle 38, Postfach 684, 9490 Vaduz
Telefon: +423 236 60 90

7. Details of the data controller

Intersyn AG
Städtle 2
9490 Vaduz
Fürstentum Liechtenstein
Phone: +423 384 37 39
Fax: +423 384 37 40

8. Person responsible for data protection

Managing directrix: Mag. rer. nat. Ina Grizelj

Vaduz, March 01, 2021