Walder Wyss AG is the “controller”, i.e. the party primarily responsible under data protection law, for data processing pursuant to this Privacy Notice:
Walder Wyss AG, Seefeldstrasse 123, 8034 Zurich
We process the following categories of personal data:
We process this data for the following purposes:
datenrecht.ch is meant for companies in Switzerland. Should the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) nevertheless apply, the processing of personal data is based on the following legal grounds:
You are not obliged to provide us with data. However, we cannot send you newsletters without personal data. You can always subscribe to our updates via RSS feed, we do not receive any personal data from you in the process.
We may disclose Personal Data to recipients in the following categories:
These recipients are located in Switzerland (e.g. for hosting), in the USA (Intuit or Mailchimp) and potentially worldwide (e.g. subcontractors of the recipients or authorities). If the recipient country does not provide adequate data protection, we use appropriate contracts, e.g., the so-called Standard Contractual Clauses. In certain cases, we may also transfer data without such contracts, e.g. if you have proivded separate consent to the relevant disclosure – which you do with respect to Intuit or Mailchimp when subscribing for our newsletter – or if the disclosure is necessary for the performance of the contract, for the establishment, exercise or enforcement of legal claims or for overriding public interests.
When using our website, data is generated that is stored in logs (IP address of the end device, etc.). This data is not personal for us.
We use Google Analytics, an analysis service provided by Google LLC (Mountain View, USA) and Google Ireland Ltd (Dublin, Ireland). Google collects certain information about the behavior of users on the website and about the terminal device used. The IP addresses of visitors are shortened in Europe before being forwarded to the USA. Google provides us with evaluations based on the recorded data, but also processes certain data for its own purposes. Information on the data protection of Google Analytics can be found here, and if you have a Google account you can find more details here. You can also prevent the use of Google Analytics by selecting the appropriate Add-On Install
You have certain rights under the conditions of and in accordance with applicable data protection law:
You can also contact the Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner (FDPIC) or file a complaint with another authority.