You can use a large part of our website without disclosing your personal data.
Log files containing the following information are stored:
- the name of the file retrieved,
- the time (date and time of day) of your retrieval,
- the volume of data transmitted
- a message concerning successful retrieval
- your web browser, operating system and the requesting domain
- the IP address.
These data are evaluated solely to improve our offering and provide no inferences whatsoever about your individual circumstances.
On the other hand, if you wish to take advantage of our services offered on our website, such as ordering a newsletter, etc., you will have to provide additional data. These are data that are necessary to process a particular order, for example your email address when ordering a newsletter.
We use the data about you which we have collected to make available our offering of products and services, to answer your questions for the operation and improvement of our websites and applications.
We use your personal data solely to enable us to offer you a comprehensive service via our website or, if you use our contact form, to provide you with the requested service.
We shall not pass on to outside third parties your personal data transmitted online, unless you have expressly consented to this beforehand. All transmissions are currently encrypted, thus preventing access by third parties. The network companies within Grant Thornton Switzerland / Liechtenstein are not third parties in this connection.
However, we reserve the right to pass on your personal data to external service providers for the purpose of order processing. We refer in particular to the use of Google Analytics, unless you have objected to this.
No additional use of your personal data takes place. With the exception of the cases described below, there shall be no transmission of your personal data to third parties or use of your data for advertising purposes without your consent, unless we are under a legal obligation to release data (disclosure to criminal prosecution authorities and courts; disclosure to public authorities, which receive data on the basis of statutory provisions; e.g. social insurance institutions, revenue authorities, etc.), or unless, to enforce our claims, unless we engage third parties who are bound to observe professional secrecy.
In particular, personal data are used as follows: