Registration number: FN 40643 w
Commercial Court: Handelsgericht Vienna
UID number: ATU14390602
Information duty according to the E-Commerce-law
*We kindly ask you to use our contact form for any inquiries. This way we are able to answer much more quickly to your request. Thank you very much and kind regards, your Manner Team.
Status as of January 24th 2014
Please take your time to read the following lines. We explain in this text, which of your data is registered whilst using the website of the Josef Manner & Comp AG and for which purpose. You will also learn about the cookies saved on your computer and which information is stored there.
We assume, that you agree with our usage of cookies if you visit the website of the Josef Manner & Comp AG further on and if your browser is adjusted in a way that he accepts our cookies.
Please contact the above mentioned address if you want to know in detail, which of your data we use or if you wish a rectification or deletion of your data.
We collect all data, that you notify while visiting our website and that we come to know through your usage of our online offer or your participation at our competitions and special offers. The utilization of this data takes place under the terms of appropriate data-protection rules (especially the protection guidelines of Austria DSG 2000). We use your data exclusively for company business. If we hire a contractor for this purpose (service provider), we ensure that the service provider uses the data exclusively within the guidelines of our company and according to data protection laws.
If you subscribe to our newsletter, we will store your full name and Title as well as the given E-mail address. The storage takes place for the whole period of the subscription to the newsletter. In addition, we store the data about your usage of this newsletter (e.g. opening rates of single posts, language settings, and used browser). We us this data to get to know the needs and interests of our consumers in order to adjust or offer to your needs. At any time, you have the option to unsubscribe from the newsletter.
If you send us a message via our contact form, we store besides the above mentioned personal data also eventually uploaded files. Photos that are submitted explicitly for a promotion can be shared on the Social Media channels of our different brands and stay visible there permanently.
Whilst your visit at our website, there will be a cookie from Google AdWords Remarketing stored on your computer. Cookies are small text files that are stored on the hard disk of your computer. While surfing through the Internet, these cookies can be written and read.
The cookie from Google AdWords Remarketing contains a unique identification that identifies you respectively your computer as well as a note, that you visited the according website. Personal data like your name are not included. A connection with your individual person does not take place at any time.
The cookie can be read from our website as well as from all other websites that integrated Google AdWords as a form of advertisement. It is part of the so-called Re-Targeting technology and enables your recognition when visiting one of those websites in order to present you offers specially adapted to your interests. We think that a “custom-made” advertisement is in a way better than random ads, which do not interest you at all. The display of the advertisement is based on your former usage behavior and is entirely anonymous.
The cookie from Google AdWords Remarketing is stored on your computer for a maximum of 200 days.
You can specify in the settings of your computer that you reject all cookies respectively just special cookies or that you want to receive a note before receiving a new cookie. Please consult the auxiliary function of your browser to learn more. You can learn there about the deletion of already received cookies. Please note, that the default setting of the common computer does allow the receipt of cookies.
If you are visiting our website, you give us the permission that the above mentioned cookies may be stored, that the data saved within will be stored also after completion of your session on your computer and can be read by other websites. You can revoke this permission by rejecting the receipt of cookies through your browser and by deleting the stores cookie from Google AdWords Remarketing. You are able to use our website also in case your browser rejects cookies.
If you visit our website, our webserver collects automatically several usage data delivered by your browser und stores the information in the log file. Parts of this data are date and time of the request, the name of the requested website, IP-address, referrer URL (the website that lead you to us), the transferred data volume and the used browser. The IP-address will be deleted after completion of the usage or anonymized in a way that a conclusion to your IP-address is not possible.
We evaluate these anonymized log data on a regular base in order to adapt advertising offering to the usage of the visitors and also to discover and fix possible bugs.
Our website does use Google Analytics, a web analysis service by Google Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses so-called ‘”cookies”, text files that are stored on your computer and that allow an analyses of the usage behavior on the website through it. All data created by the cookie about your usage of the website (including your IP-address) are transmitted to a Google server in the USA and stored there. Google will use this information to analyze your usage of the website in order to create reports about the activity on the website for the website owner and to deliver additional services regarding the usage of the website and the Internet in general. Also Google can forward these data to third parties if necessary, as long as it is prescribed by law or in case the third party processes the data on behalf of Google. Google will not associate your personal IP-address with any other data of Google. You can prevent the installation of cookies by adjusting an according setting in your browser. In this case we’d like to point out, that you may not be able to use all functions of this website properly. If you use this website, you agree with the processing of your gathered data in the above mentioned way and for the previously described purpose. You can find more information about Google Analytics on this website: http://www.google.com/intl/de/analytics/. We expanded Google Analytics with the code „_anonymizeIP()“, which shortens the IO-address and it will only be process in this form whereas a direct reference to individual persons is not possible You have the opportunity to deactivate Google Analytics. You can download the tool for deactivation at http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=de.
Usage of the Facebook share-button
On our websites, there might be the „share-buttons“ of the social network Facebook, 1601 South California Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA integrated. You can recognize these buttons with the logo of Facebook and the labeling “Share with Facebook”. We designed our website in a way that the “share-button” will only appear after having clicked on a “share post” button. Afterwards, the share-button will appear and a direct connection between your browser and Facebook will be established. Thereby, Facebook will receive the information, that you visited our website with your IP-address. If you click on the Facebook “share-button” while being logged in with your Facebook account, you can share the content from our sites on your personal profile. Facebook can then assign your visit on these pages to your personal user account. We’d like to point out that as the provider of our Facebook pages we do not receive information neither about the content of the transmitted data nor about the usage by Facebook. You can find more detailed information about this concern in the data guidelines of Facebook at https://facebook.com/privacy/
Usage of Twitter plugins
On our website, there might be the plugins of the short message network Twitter Inc., 795 Folsom St., Suite 600, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA integrated. You can recognize these plugins by the logo of Twitter. We designed our website in a way that the “tweet-button” will only appear after having clicked on a “share post” button. Afterwards, the tweet-button will appear and a direct connection between your browser and Twitter will be established via the plugin. Thereby, Twitter will receive the information, that you visited our website with your IP-address. If you click on the “tweet-button” while being logged in with your Twitter account, you can link the content from our sites on your personal twitter account. Twitter can then assign your visit on these pages to your personal user account. We’d like to point out that as the provider of our Twitter pages we do not receive information neither about the content of the transmitted data nor about the usage by Twitter. You can find more detailed information about this concern in the data guidelines of Twitter at http://twitter.com/privacy. If you do not wish that Twitter assigns your visit on our sites to your personal account, please log out of your Twitter account before visiting our sites.
Usage of the Google “+1” button
On our website, there might be the „+1“-Buttons of the social network Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States, integrated. You can recognize these plugins by the labeling “g+1”. We designed our website in a way that the Google “+1” button will only appear after having clicked on a “share post” button. Afterwards, the button will appear and a direct connection between your browser and the server of GooglePlus will be established. Google will store both the information that you shared content via “Google+1” and also the information about the website you visited while clicking on the “Google+1-button”. Your assigned “+1”can be shown in Google services such as your search results, on your Google profile or elsewhere on websites or ads on the web, together with your Google profile name and your photo. Your provided data will be used according to the current data protection rules of Google (http://www.google.com/policies/privacy/). Google will possibly publish summarized statistics about the “+1”-activities of the users or will pass these information on to users or partners, e.g. publisher, advertisers or connected websites.