Your security is the highest priority
All accesses to www.stadtgasthaus-eisvogel.at/, as well as accesses to other web pages operated by M.P.S. Gastro GmbH Nfg KG, are logged and saved in the Logfiles of the web server used. Information saved in the Logfiles is only information that your internet browser automatically transmits to the web server, including: IP-address, time of the server query, operating system, type/version of your browser, name of your internet service provider, web page from which you reached our page, and the web pages that you accessed via www.stadtgasthaus-eisvogel.at/or any other web page that is operated by M.P.S. Gastro GmbH Nfg KG. This is only information that does not allow any inferences about your person. The storage of this data is only used for statistical purposes. For further information on this matter, please consider the remarks on Google Analytics on this page.
Further personal data is only recorded if you provide it voluntarily within the scope of e.g. e-mails, requests or registrations. You can of course also use our web page without providing such personal data. Some services e.g. forwarding of offers, prospects, …, will then, however, be limited. If you decide to provide us with your personal information, it will only be used within the confinement of processing requests/bookings, performing other services, as well as for administrative purposes.
The user agrees to the recording and, if needed, processing of personal information. According to the provisions of the Data Protection Act, the personal information of our users is treated in a strictly confidential manner.
Personal information provided by the users will neither be sold to third parties nor otherwise marketed. Your personal data will only be forwarded to a third party if this is necessary for business processing or if you have previously granted your permission. You can withdraw your permission at any time. Statutory provisions or legal proceedings might lead to the necessity of disclosing your personal information.
On written request (for address see above) we will gladly inform you about the recordings of your personal information. You can also request the correction of false data as well as the deletion of inadmissibly processed information.
The provisions of the Data Protection Act apply.
Usage of analytic software
Within the frame of service usage, the responsible party carries out analyses about the behavior of its customers. For this purpose, anonymized or pseudonymized user profiles are created. The creation of such user profiles serves the sole purpose of improving the services provided by the responsible party.
As part of web analysis, the responsible party uses Google Analytics, a web analysis service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”). Further, the responsible party uses Google Analytics with the extension “_anonymizelp()”, through which IP-addresses are only processed in a shortened form, in order to eliminate the possibility of establishing direct connections to any private person.
The responsible party uses so-called “cookies” in order to individually shape and optimize the customer’s online-experience and time. A cookie is a text file, which is either stored temporarily on the internal memory of your computer (“session cookie”) or saved permanently on your hard drive (“permanent cookie”). Cookies may contain information on the user’s previous accesses to the corresponding server, or information on the offers that have been accessed. Cookies are not used for running any programs or loading any viruses on your computer. The primary purpose of cookies is to provide offers tailored to the customer as well as to make the use of our services as comfortable and convenient as possible.
The responsible party uses session cookies as well as permanent cookies.
The responsible party predominantly uses “session cookies”, which are not saved and stored on the customer’s hard drive, but are deleted once the customer exits the browser. Here, session cookies are used for login-authentication and load-balancing (compensation of the system loading).
Furthermore, the responsible party uses so-called “permanent cookies” in order to save the user’s personal settings, which are adjusted by the user while utilizing the services provided by the responsible party. The recording of such user settings allows the responsible party to improve and personalize the services provided. Through the use of permanent cookies, it is ensured that the personal settings of the customer are available upon the next visit to the responsible party’s web pages. Additionally, the service contractors who are commissioned by the responsible party for the analysis of user behavior also employ permanent cookies in order to recognize recurring users. Those service contractors, however, save personal information transmitted by the cookies only in an anonymized form. An allocation to the IP-address of the customer is not given.
(1) Rejection of cookies
Use of Facebook Social plugins
On their web pages, the responsible party uses social plugins (“plugins”) provided by the social network facbook.com, which is operated by Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave., Palo Alto, CA 94304, United States (“Facebook”). The plugins are distinctly marked by the Facebook logo. If the customer enters a web page operated by the responsible party which contains such a plugin, the customer’s browser automatically establishes a direct connection to the Facebook servers. The content of the plugin is then transmitted by Facebook directly to the customer’s browser und integrated into the web page.
Should the customer not agree to this type of data collection by Facebook, they need to log out of their Facebook account before accessing the responsible party’s web page.
If you are a Facebook member and do not want Facebook to collect any data about you through our web page and link it to your personal data already stored by Facebook, you need to log out of your Facebook account before accessing our web page.
It is also possible to block Facebook-Social-Plugins by using add-ons for your browser e.g. “Facebook Blocker”.