Privacy in general
- Privacy in general
- Data Privacy Notice Clients
- Data Privacy Notice Suppliers/Service Providers
This privacy notice is valid for all companies and websites of the CPH group. This includes: Zeochem (www.zeochem.com), Perlen Papier (www.perlen.ch as well as www.aps.swiss), Perlen Packaging (www.perlenpackaging.com), CPH Chemie + Papier Holding (www.cph.ch). The term CPH used below applies analogously to all previously mentioned companies.
The controller is the company which runs the website you just visited.
CPH considers it important that its website users are informed as to when, for what purposes and which personal data are processed.
CPH reserves the right to amend this Privacy Notice from time to time. You should therefore read this Privacy Notice regularly. The date of the then-current version (valid from) may be found at the beginning of the Privacy Notice.
What are personal data?
Personal data means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (e.g., name, address, telephone number, date of birth or email address).
In general, you can use our website without providing any personal data. The use of certain website services may require personal data to be provided, for instance in order to sign up for a newsletter.
Personal data are therefore not processed as a matter of course, but rather only under certain circumstances and for specific purposes.
When are personal data processed in connection with CPH’s website?
In order to provide the CPH’s online services, CPH or third parties process personal data in connection with:
- Websites: Personal data may be processed using log files, cookies, analysis tools and plugins of social media and other providers.
- Communications: Personal data may be processed via communications subscription based on your consent.
- Contact forms: Personal data are processed via contact forms in connection with suggestions and questions concerning our offerings.
- Logins: For internal use only.
For what purposes are personal data processed?
- Providing the online services to users
- Optimising the website (e.g., market research and internet audience measurement)
- Personalising the website for users
- Distribution of email newsletters (communications)
- Dealing with requests, complaints and enquiries of users
On what legal basis does CPH process personal data?
Insofar as we obtain your consent to process personal data, your consent serves as the legal basis. This is the case for example in connection with the communications subscription (newsletter).
We also process your personal data on the basis of our legitimate interest. This includes processing for purposes of providing and optimising our online services or the request for more information via our contact forms.
To the extent personal data is processed based on a legal obligation, this serves as the legal basis. This may be the case for example relating to the disclosure of personal data to third parties or storage or retention periods.
The disclosure of personal data to third parties
Is personal data disclosed to third parties?
In general, we only disclose your personal data to third parties insofar as we have a legitimate interest in doing so or you have provided your consent.
Furthermore, your data may be disclosed to third parties insofar as we may be obliged to do so pursuant to legal provisions or an enforceable administrative or court order.
Are third parties used for processing data?
We use third party service providers for data processing. Service providers are generally involved as so-called "processors", who may only process the personal data of the users of our website in accordance with our instructions. For example, your email address may be passed along to a service provider in order for it to send you a newsletter you requested.
Is personal data sent to recipients in a third country (outside Switzerland, the EU or the EEA)?
We also provide personal data to third parties, respectively processors that are not based in the EU/EEA or Switzerland. In this case, we ensure prior to disclosure either that the recipient provides an adequate level of data protection (e.g., on the basis of an adequacy decision for the relevant country, self-certification by the recipient for the CH-U.S. Privacy Shield, the application of standard contractual clauses of the European Union) or that our users have provided their consent.
Duration of storage and retention periods
For how long does CPH retain the personal data?
We store your data for as long as is necessary in order to provide our website services and the related services or for as long as we have a legitimate interest in continuing storage. In all other cases, we delete your personal data, with the exception of any data that we are required to retain in order to comply with legal obligations (e.g., retention obligations).
Rights of users
What are your rights as a data subject?
- Right of access: Users have the right to request confirmation from the controller as to which personal data concerning them is being processed and whether these data are being transmitted to a third country.
- Right to rectification: Users have the right to request the controller to correct any incorrect or incomplete personal data relating to them.
- Right to erasure: Users have the right to request the controller to erase promptly any personal data relating to them if these data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected or processed. The same applies if the data subject withdraws consent or objects to the processing in absence of an overriding legitimate interest of the controller or if these data are being unlawfully processed. The data subject may additionally execute this right in case where the controller is subject to a legal obligation to delete these personal data or when the personal data have been collected in the context of information society services.
- Right to restriction of processing: Users have the right to request the controller to restrict processing.
- Right to withdraw consent: Users have the right at any time to withdraw their consent to the processing of any personal data relating to them for any specific purpose or purposes if that processing is based on their express consent. The withdrawal of consent will not affect the lawfulness for the processing on the basis of that consent carried out prior to the withdrawal of consent.
- Right to object: Users have the right at any time to object to the processing of any personal data relating to them if the processing occurs on the basis of the legitimate interest of the controller or of a third party. Where personal data are processed for direct marketing purposes, users have an absolute right to object to such processing at any time.
How can you exercise your rights?
In order to exercise your rights, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Data protection contact
Please do not hesitate to contact us, respectively our CPH Group Data Protection Manager for data protection, by email to email@example.com for any information or with any suggestions regarding data protection.
If you wish to contact us, you may reach us as follows:
CPH Chemie + Papier Holding AG
Each time you use the internet certain data is automatically transferred from your browser and stored by us in so-called log files.
- Information about the browser type and the version used
- The user's operating system
- The user's internet service provider
- The user's IP address
- The date and time of access
- Websites from which the user's system accesses our website
- Websites that are retrieved by the user's system through our website
- Name of the downloaded file
The log files are stored by us in order to investigate defects and for security reasons. They are stored for up to 30 days, after which they will be deleted, provided the user does not give us the consent to store them for a longer period. Moreover, Log files that must be retained for longer periods for evidence purposes are excluded from deletion until the applicable incident has been reviewed and may in particular cases be passed along to investigating authorities.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are sent whenever a webpage is visited and are stored in the user's browser. If the corresponding webpage is visited again, the user's browser will send back the content of the cookie, thereby enabling the user to be recognised.
For how long are cookies stored in the browser?
Some cookies are automatically deleted at the end of the browser session (so-called session cookies), others are stored in the user's browser for a specified period of time or indefinitely and thereafter deleted themselves (so-called temporary or permanent cookies).
Blocking or cancelling cookies?
Use the link provided below, you can see whether cookies from various providers have been activated and object to the collection or analysis of your data using their cookies: www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices
It is possible to object to various cookies in a blanket fashion, including in particular those of US providers, by clicking on the following link: http://optout.networkadvertising.org/
Comprehensive information concerning cookies may be found on the following user portal: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/
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What cookies do we use and for what purpose?
Absolutely essential cookies
Some cookies are essential in order for us to be able to securely provide our online services. This category includes, for example, cookies:
- that are used in order to identify or authenticate our users;
- that temporarily store certain information entered by users (e.g., content of an online form);
- that save particular user preferences (e.g., search or language settings);
We use analysis cookies in order to be able to carry out statistical analysis of our users' browsing habits (e.g., subpages visited, search terms entered) based on consolidated data.
Tracking cookies in connection with social plugins
The embedding of social plugins often results in plugin cookies being saved by providers.
Web analysis tools
We need statistical information in order to be able to make our website more user-friendly and to conduct market research.
We use the following web analysis tools for this purpose. The usage profiles generated by the tools using analysis cookies or from an analysis of the log files are not cross-referenced with personal data. The tools either do not use the IP addresses of users at all or abbreviate them immediately after collection. The providers of web analysis tools only process data as processors in accordance with our instructions and not for their own purposes.
For each web analysis tool, you can find information regarding the corresponding provider, as well as how to object to the collection and processing of data through the tool. Please note in relation to tools that work with opt-out cookies that the opt-out function is device- or browser-specific and generally only applies for the specific end device or browser used. In addition, you can also prevent usage profiles being generated overall by deactivating cookies in general.
- Google Analytics: Google Analytics is provided by Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA ("Google"). We use Google Analytics along with the additional IP address anonymisation function offered by Google: This means that IP addresses will generally already by anonymised by Google within the EU, and only in exceptional cases not until they reach the USA, and that in any case they will only be stored in abbreviated form. You can object to the collection and analysis of your data through this tool by downloading and installing the browser plugin available at the following link: tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en.
What are plugins?
Plugins enable the integration of social media into the website of CPH. The various providers of plugins are referred to below collectively as "plugin providers".
Plugins are deactivated as the default setting in order to prevent the automatic disclosure of user data to providers. Only after the user clicks on the plugin is it activated and is data transmitted. Log files (including the IP address) are thereby transferred by your internet browser directly to a server of the relevant plugin provider and may be saved at that location. This server may be located outside the EU or the EEA (e.g., in the USA).
Prevent the activation of plugins?
If you do not wish to have data exchanged between you and social media, you should log out of social media before using the website of CPH. In addition, you should activate the private mode in your browser.
In addition, it is also useful to deactivate or restrict cookies in your browser settings in order to prevent third parties from being able to monitor your browsing habits. You can generally also completely prevent the loading of plugins by using add-ons for your browser (so-called script blockers).
Does CPH have any influence over the scope of data processing by plugins?
Plugins are independent extensions of the plugin provider. CPH does not therefore have any influence over the scope of the data collected and stored by the plugin providers through plugins. If any of the named plugin providers has stored a cookie on your device, it may record your browsing habits and generate detailed usage profiles using tracking data.
Further information concerning the purpose for which data are collected, the extent to which this occurs and the further processing and use of your data by the plugin provider along with your rights and configuration options in order to protect your data may be found in the Privacy Notices of the relevant providers. We use social plugins ("plugins") from the following providers in connection with our website:
- Plugins from Twitter: Twitter is operated by Twitter Inc., 1355 Market St, Suite 900, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA ("Twitter"). An overview of Twitter plugins and their appearance may be found here: https://developer.twitter.com/en/docs/twitter-for-websites/overview; information regarding data protection at Twitter may be found here: twitter.com/privacy
- Plugins from the social networks Google+ and YouTube: Google+ is operated by Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA ("Google"). An overview of Google+ plugins and their appearance may be found here: https://developers.google.com/+/plugins; information regarding data protection at Google+ may be found here: https://www.google.com/intl/de/+/policy/+1button.html
- Plugins from LinkedIn: LinkedIn is operated by LinkedIn Corporation, 2029 Stierlin Court, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA (“LinkedIn”). An overview of LinkedIn plugins and their appearance may be found here: https://developer.linkedin.com/plugins#; information regarding data protection at LinkedIn may be found here: https://www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy.
We offer you the opportunity to use our communications subscriptions. In doing so, you consent to receiving newsletters and push notifications.
If you no longer wish to receive our communications, you can revoke your corresponding consent at any time. Please use the unsubscribe function in order to do so, or contact us.
We offer you the opportunity to reach us directly by using contact forms and, for example, to submit suggestions, requests, complaints and enquiries to us about our website and services. The personal data collected through this means (e.g., name, email address) are used exclusively for the purpose specified.
If you have any questions regarding the processing of your personal data, please use the contact information provided in the receipt confirmation of your message or contact us.
Technical information regarding browser settings
By using the privacy settings of your browser, you can to prevent third parties from being able to monitor your browsing habits. In order to do so you need to activate the private mode. In addition, it is also useful to deactivate or restrict cookies in your browser settings. You can generally also completely prevent the loading of plugins by using add-ons (script blockers) for your browser.
Further details can be found in your applicable browser instructions:
- Internet Explorer: Instructions under https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies
- Mozilla Firefox: Instructions under https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website-preferences
- Google Chrome: Instructions under https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en
- Safari: Instructions under https://support.apple.com/kb/PH21411?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US