This Data Protection Declaration (hereinafter “Declaration”) explains how the Swiss Finance Museum1 (hereinafter “Museum”) collects, uses and discloses (hereinafter referred to together as “processes”) personal user data (hereinafter “Personal Data”) of visitors to this website (hereinafter “User”), and the means by which this is done. The Declaration also describes how the Museum safeguards the confidentiality of the Personal Data processed.
The User agrees to the Museum processing Personal Data in accordance with the Declaration. Legal or contractual duties to maintain confidentiality to which the Museum is subject in relation to the User's Personal Data are not affected by this Declaration.
The Museum may amend the Declaration unilaterally at any time. The most recent version is published online by the Museum.
The Museum processes Personal Data about the User when they access the websites of the Museum or when they request or use products or services offered by it. On the one hand, the Museum processes Personal Data (e.g. name, gender, address, e-mail address, telephone or fax number) which the User provides via a website of the Museum, in particular when they register for a product or service or when they sign up for an e-mail newsletter. On the other hand, the webserver at the Museum automatically records details of the User's visit (e.g. IP address, originating website, pages viewed, date, time spent).
Cookies particularly serve the following purposes:
The User can control cookie specifications via their browser settings. The relevant browser options and instructions on use can generally be found in the browser manual or help file. If the User rejects, blocks or deactivates cookies, this may restrict the availability of the services offered via the website. In addition, parts of the website may not work correctly under certain circumstances.
The Museum analyses how its websites are used with the help of third-party analysis tools, such as Google Analytics (hereinafter “Analysis Service Providers”). The Museum assumes no responsibility or liability for any data processed by Analysis Service Providers.
Detailed information on this can be found at http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en and http://www.google.com/intl/en/analytics/privacyoverview.html (general information on Google Analytics and data protection).
The Museum uses the services of phpList in the context of sending out electronic newsletters. phpList evaluates the information that has been saved and anonymized (e.g. click behaviour, open rates) on behalf of the Museum for the purpose of compiling reports on the website's usage. The Museum may use this to conduct targeted marketing activities.
Data processing by phpList and storage at third-party companies take place in the United Kingdom.
More information can be found at https://www.phplist.com/terms
By processing Personal Data according to this Declaration, the Museum is able to improve the quality of its products and services.
Personal Data is processed for the following purposes in particular:
The User authorizes the Museum to transmit Personal Data to employees, agents or other third parties within or outside the country where the User lives in order to provide services and for the purposes indicated above. Employees, agents and other third parties which have access to Personal Data are required by the Museum to ensure compliance with all applicable data protection provisions. Personal Data are protected with appropriate physical, electronic and process-related security measures, such as firewalls, personal passwords, encoding and authentication technologies.
The Museum reserves the right to disclose Personal Data to regulatory and supervisory authorities, as well as, pursuant to this Declaration, to Analysis Service Providers. In so doing, the Museum will comply at all times with applicable regulations, laws, court orders or official requests.
Persons whose Personal Data is processed within the scope of this Declaration have the following rights:
The rights specified above may be denied or restricted if the interests, rights and freedoms of third parties take precedence or if processing is necessary to establish, exercise or defend legal claims of the Museum.
Queries in relation to processing Personal Data are to be directed to the Data Protection Officers of the Museum:
The websites of the Museum may contain hyperlinks to other websites which are not operated or monitored by the Museum. Third-party websites are not subject to this Declaration. The Museum is not responsible for their content or how they handle Personal Data.
Functions (plugins) of third-party providers or social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, etc.) are embedded into the websites of the Museum. These plugins enable the User to share content on the social networks mentioned. The interfaces are deactivated by default when the website is accessed. This means that no Personal Data is transmitted to the respective third-party providers without intervention on the part of the User. Once the User has activated the interfaces, data (incl. also Personal Data) is automatically transmitted to the relevant third-party providers by the plug-ins. If the User is simultaneously logged in to the network of the respective third-party provider when they visit the website, the third-party provider can assign the visit to the User's network account. The Museum has no influence on this. The purpose and scope of such a form of data collection and the further processing and usage of Personal Data are outlined in the data protection guidelines of the individual social networks. Users can also obtain information there on rights and settings options in relation to protecting their privacy.
Stiftung Sammlung Historischer Wertpapiere
Anyone affected by the processing of Personal Data can withdraw their consent to this effect at any time. This must be done in writing or by e-mail to the Data Protection Officer of the Museum.
Last updated: Jan 22, 2018
1 The Swiss Finance Museum is operated by the charitable foundation “Stiftung Sammlung historischer Wertpapiere”, which is based in Olten.