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Information on data protection


AlpenLuxus Appartements is responsible for data protection. The processing of the customer's personal data is carried out for the purpose of fulfilling the orders placed by the customer by AlpenLuxus Appartements, if necessary in the context of claiming the due fee and to prove that AlpenLuxus Appartements has fulfilled its obligations. Only any employees and supervisors of the IT system of AlpenLuxus Appartements have access to the data processed by AlpenLuxus Appartements. The customer's personal data will not be passed on in any other way. In particular, the customer's data will not be transmitted to recipients in a third country or to international organizations. There is no profiling or other automated decision-making.

AlpenLuxus Appartements will store all data that has become accessible to AlpenLuxus Appartements in the course of the activity for the customer until the claims against the customer (the customer) have been paid in full. In addition, AlpenLuxus Appartements reserves the right - without assuming any obligation in this regard - to store this data as long as liability for the proper fulfillment of the order placed or related obligations is still maintained, or AlpenLuxus Appartements has an obligation to provide proof in this regard or as long as claims by AlpenLuxus Appartements against other persons, such as suppliers or subcontractors of AlpenLuxus Appartements, come into question, which are related to the customer's order placed with AlpenLuxus Appartements.


Should a customer discover that data concerning him or her and processed by AlpenLuxus Appartements is incorrect, the customer in question has the right and the obligation to request the correction of this data to inform the carpenter that this data is incorrect.


In the cases of Article 17 Paragraph 1 GDPR, the customer is also entitled to request the deletion of the personal data concerning him or her, unless an exception pursuant to Paragraph 3 of this provision applies.


If a customer is of the opinion that the processing of his (her) personal data violates the General Data Protection Regulation or the Data Protection Act, he (she) has the right to lodge a complaint with the Austrian Data Protection Authority, Wickenburggasse 8, 1080 Vienna and/or to request a restriction of processing.

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