Principles of data processing by WIESERGUT GmbH &Co.KG

You have reached this page via a link because you wanted to get information about how we handle (your) personal data. In order to meet our information obligations pursuant to Art. 12 ff. of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), we are pleased to provide you with the following information regarding data privacy:

Who is responsible for data privacy?

Responsible for the purpose of the data privacy law is the

Family Sepp Kröll
Wiesern 48
5754 Hinterglemm

You will find further information about our company, details about the persons authorised to represent and further contact options in the site notice of our website:

Which of your data is processed by us? And for which purposes?

When we have received data from you we will process these strictly only for the purposes for which we have received or collected them.

Data processing for other purposes only comes into question when the required legal provisions in this respect pursuant to Art. 6 sent. 4 GDPR are on hand. Any information obligations pursuant to Art. 13 sent. 3 DSGVO and Art. 14 sent. 4 GDPR will of course be observed by us in this case.

On what legal basis is this based?

The legal basis for the processing of personal data is fundamentally – unless there are specific legal provisions in place – Art. 6 GDPR. Here, the following options in particular come into question:

  • Consent (Art. 6 sent. 1 lit. a) GDPR)
  • Data processing for the performance of contracts (Art. 6 sent. 1 lit. b GDPR).
  • Data processing based on the weighing of interests (Art. 6 sent. 1 lit. f GDPR)
  • Data processing for the performance of a legal obligation (Art. 6 sent. 1 lit. c GDPR)

When personal data is processed on basis of consent granted by you, you have the right to revoke this consent at any time vis-a-vis us with future effect.

When we process data based on the weighing of interests, you as the affected party has the right to object to the processing of the personal data, allowing for the provisions in Art. 21 GDPR.

How long is the data stored?

We process the data for as long as this is required for the respective purpose.

If and when there are statutory storage obligations – e.g. in commercial law or fiscal law – the relevant personal data will be stored for the duration of the storage obligation. After expiry of the storage obligation, it is checked whether any further necessity for processing is on hand. If no necessity is in place anymore, the data will be deleted.

Fundamentally, we carry out a check of the data at the end of a calendar year with regard to the requirement for further processing. Due to the amount of the data, this check is carried out with regard to specific types of data or purposes of processing.

Of course you can request at any time (see below) the disclosure of the personal data related to you stored with us and in case of a non-existent requirement demand the deletion of the data or restriction of their processing.

To which recipients are the data passed on?

Passing on of your personal data to third parties strictly takes place only when this is required for the performance of a contract with you, the passing on is permitted based on a weighing of interests for the purpose of Art. 6 sent. 1 lit. f) GDPR, we are legally bound to pass the data on or if you have granted us consent in this regard.

Where are the data processed?

Your data are processed by us exclusively in data centres in the Federal Republic of Germany or the European Union.

Your rights as the "affected"

You have the right to disclosure about the personal data related to you processed by us.

When making a request for disclosure which is not made in writing, please understand that in this case we may request proof from you that you are the person who you claim to be.

Furthermore, you have the right to correction or deletion or to restriction of the processing, insofar as this is due to you by law.

Furthermore, you have the right to objection against the processing as part of the statutory provisions. The same applies for the right to data portability.

In particular, you have the right to objection pursuant to Art. 21 sent. 1 and 2 GDPR against the processing of your data in connection with direct advertising, if this takes place based on a weighing of interests.

Our data protection officer

We have appointed a data protection officer in our company. You can reach her under the following contact details:

DeCom Datenschutz & IT Systeme
Matthias Baumgartner
Yorckstr. 22, 93049 Regensburg
Tel.: +49 941 698 778 24

Right of complaint

You have the right to file a complaint with a supervisory authority for data privacy regarding our processing of personal data.

For Austria this is

Austrian Data Protection Authority
Wickenburggasse 8
1080 Wien

Telefon: +43 1 521 52-25 69