We, that is Schneider & Schneider Rechtsanwalts GmbH, FN 393161d, Stephansplatz 8a/6, 1010 Vienna, Tel. +43-1-5335101, firstname.lastname@example.org, inform you here pursuant to Article 12 ff GDPR about data processing carried out by us in the course of your visit to this website https://erbrecht-abc.at:
Provided that you have given your consent, this website uses functions of the web analysis service Google Analytics. The provider is Google Ireland Ltd (“Google”), which acts as a processor for us. Google Analytics uses third-party cookies for this purpose. The information generated by these cookies about your use of this website is as follows: the pages you visit, your behaviour on the pages (e.g. clicks, scrolling behaviour and length of stay), your approximate location (country and city), your IP address (in anonymised form, so that no clear allocation is possible, see below), technical information about the connection and the Internet provider, the end device (including ID and screen resolution) and the browser, as well as the source of your visit (i.e. via which website you came to us). (i.e. via which website you came to us, “referral URL”). These cookies contain a randomly generated user ID with which you can be recognised on future website visits.
We have activated the IP anonymisation offered by Google Analytics. Therefore, your IP address – if in the EU – was shortened by Google beforehand and thus anonymised: For user IP addresses of type IPv4, the last octet and for IPv6 addresses, the last 80 bits in memory are set to zero (i.e. “anonymised”) shortly after they have been sent to the Analytics data collection network for collection (more on anonymisation can be found here), while still within the working memory and before storage on the hard drive.
The legal basis is your consent (Art. 6 para. 1 lit. a GDPR), the purpose of this data processing is the analysis of user behaviour and the optimisation of the website based on this. In addition, we would like to play out targeted advertising for our services to visitors to our website. It may therefore be that you see an advertisement designed by us on other pages because you were previously on this website.
On our behalf, Google will use the information generated to evaluate the use of this website. The IP address transmitted by your browser as part of Google Analytics will not be merged with other Google data. 14 months after your visit, the data concerning your visit to our website, which is stored and processed in anonymised form, is deleted as an individual data record. In aggregated form, i.e. as part of the overall statistics on the number of visitors to our website, you will remain even beyond this.
Apart from opting out (by making the appropriate selection in the cookie banner of this website, whereby you can also change the settings later), you can also prevent the processing of your anonymised IP address and your user data by Google Analytics by setting your web browser accordingly: You must not allow third-party cookies. This is because without cookies, Google cannot collect any information (even in anonymised form). Alternatively, you can prevent the collection of this information by Google by downloading and installing the browser plugin available here.
The rights of data subjects to the processing of personal data:
Individuals affected by a processing of personal data have the following rights, but always only in accordance with the relevant legal provisions:
- the right to revoke at any time any consent given for data processing without affecting the lawfulness of the processing carried out on the basis of the consent up to the time of revocation,
- the right to obtain information on the personal data,
- the right to have personal data rectified,
- the right to erasure of personal data,
- the right to restrict the processing of personal data,
- the right to portability of personal data,
- the right to object to the processing of personal data, and
- the right to lodge a complaint with the Austrian data protection authority or any other supervisory authority within the meaning of the GDPR.