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Imprint/Data protection

Content editor
Liechtenstein Marketing (FL-0002.389.722.0)
Äulestrasse 30
Postfach 139
9490 Vaduz
Liechtenstein

T 00423 239 63 63
info(at)liechtenstein.li
www.liechtenstein-marketing.li

Photo credits
Liechtenstein Marketing

Technical realisation
Sitewalk Establishment (FL-0001.529.558-0)
Im alten Riet 153
9494 Schaan
Liechtenstein
T 00423 237 62 00
info(at)sitewalk.com
www.sitewalk.com

This website was created using the content management system TYPO3.

Design
Büro für Gebruchsgraphik AG (FL-0002.360.996-0)
Lova Center
Austrasse 81
9490 Vaduz
Liechtenstein
T 00423 231 19 18
buero(at)gebrauchsgraphik.net
www.gebrauchsgraphik.net

  • Copyright

    All content contained on the website tourismus.li (henceforth "website") is protected by copyright belonging to Liechtenstein Marketing (FL-0002.389.722-0) or third parties. The elements contained on the website are provided for browsing only. Distributing, copying, changing and using this content (or parts thereof) beyond the limits of copyright law requires prior written permission from the copyright holder. Distributing and copying the content (of parts thereof) in printed or digital form within the limits of copyright law is only permitted if the name of the copyright holder is explicitly mentioned.

    Downloading or copying content, images, photos or other files does not constitute a transfer of ownership rights. The names and logos used are registered brands protected by copyright. Therefore, these images, names and logos may not be used. Liechtenstein Marketing reserves all rights concerning the content of the website (with the exception of rights belonging to third parties).

  • Limitation of liability for own content

    Although Liechtenstein Marketing acts with the greatest care to ensure that the information published is correct, it and its contractual parties can assume no responsibility (including towards third parties) for the topicality, completeness, correctness and accuracy of the information contained on the website at the time of publication. Claims against Liechtenstein Marketing for tangible and intangible damages arising from the access, use or non-use of the information published, due to misuse of the connection or due to technical faults as well as direct and indirect consequences are excluded.

    In cases where a contractual relationship exists between Liechtenstein Marketing and a website user, Liechtenstein Marketing is liable only for damages caused deliberately or by gross negligence. Liechtenstein excludes all liability for damages caused by auxiliary workers and helpers.

  • Limitation of liability for external links

    This website contains external links (connections to websites belonging to third parties). By clicking on these links the user may be redirected away from the website of Liechtenstein Marketing or content from other websites may be shown within the website of Liechtenstein Marketing. Liechtenstein Marketing and its contractual partners assume no responsibility for the topicality, completeness and accuracy of the content contained on websites linked to from this website. It is the owner of the respective website who is responsible for the content and accuracy of the information published on third-party websites.

    Liechtenstein Marketing bears no responsibility for such websites.

  • Data protection

    Data protection is of great importance to Liechtenstein Marketing. Website users decide themselves which personal information they wish to reveal to Liechtenstein Marketing.

    When a user visits the website and/or reads the newsletter, Liechtenstein Marketing automatically receives information that can be used to find out more about the user's browsing habits and interests when it comes to the website, newsletter and other information.

    Personal details (name, address, etc.) are required if users wish to register, make a reservation, order information material, take part in a competition, etc. By submitting personal data, users agree to Liechtenstein Marketing passing on this information to the third parties responsible for carrying out the request. 

    Liechtenstein Marketing treats personal data confidentially at all times. This data is anonymised before being processed and/or forwarded to third parties. With the exception of requests processed by external service providers, all personal data is used by Liechtenstein Marketing or third parties only to inform clients/website users (according to their interests and needs) as well as for statistical and marketing purposes for Liechtenstein Marketing.

    By using data in the way mentioned above, Liechtenstein Marketing can adapt its website and content to better suit the needs of its users. Data is also used for market analysis and to find out more about which of the many aspects related to Liechtenstein are the most interesting for users. In turn, this makes it possible to gather information that can be used to improve the services available and can be made available to marketing bodies in Liechtenstein.

    Personal data are not used in any other way, including selling personal data to third parties. Website users and/or registered clients can contact Liechtenstein Marketing at any time to find out more about their personal data that has been collected.

    Important! Data transfer via the internet can be subject to security loopholes. It is impossible to guarantee 100% protection from third parties accessing data. Liechtenstein Marketing assumes no responsibility for damage resulting from such security loopholes.

  • Google Analytics

    This website uses Google Analytics, a web analysis service provided by Google Inc. ("Google"). Google Analytics also uses "cookies", which are text files saved on the user's computer that make it possible to analyse the user's browsing habits.

    The information (including the user's IP address) generated by the cookie about the use of this website will be sent automatically to a Google server in the USA, where it will be saved. Google uses this information to analyse how the website is used, to generate reports for website owners on how their website is used as well as to provide other services linked to the use of the website and the internet. Google may (if legally permissible) transfer this information to third parties or have this information processed by third parties. However, Google will not connect the user's IP address with other Google data.

    Users can change their browser settings in order to prevent cookies being saved on their computer. However, this can result in some functions on this website not working.

    By using this website, users gives their permission for the data concerning them that is collected by Google to be processed in the way described above and for the purposes described above.

  • Distribution of newsletter and e-mail

    Liechtenstein Marketing distributes newsletters by e-mail containing news, information and special offers. Users who sign up to receive this newsletter should be aware that e-mails are generally sent unencrypted. This means that there is a risk that e-mails can be intercepted and read by third parties. This is also the case for e-mails with other information sent to users who have signed up to receive the newsletter.

  • Video surveillance at the Liechtenstein Center

    The Liechtenstein Center in the centre of Vaduz uses video surveillance. A CCTV system monitors the publicly accessible areas of the Liechtenstein Center for the purpose of preventing and investigating theft, damage and vandalism.

    Technical protection measures

    The video system was installed by the company AFS Anstalt für Sicherheitstechnik in Vaduz. It has been designed in such a way that the video images and the data obtained cannot be accessed by unauthorised persons. There are no sound recordings and no connections to other IT systems.

    Operation of the video surveillance system / deletion of data

    The CCTV system is set up to record 24 hours a day in the entire area under video surveillance.

    However, the cameras have been positioned and directed to protect as best possible the privacy of the people concerned (employees, customers and suppliers). Cameras positions and angles have been chosen to ensure privacy during breaks and private errands.

    The duration of video recordings is limited to the minimum time necessary to achieve the purpose of the CCTV surveillance. The areas covered by CCTV are the shop space and the area in front of the Liechtenstein Center. Recordings will be kept for precisely seven days before being automatically deleted, unless the video material is required as evidence.

    Use of video recordings

    The images recorded by the CCTV cameras (live observation without thepossibility of editing) are monitored via a screen using a tablet or PC on the premises of the Liechtenstein Center.

    No further analysis of the recordings takes place unless it is needed to investigate losses, shoplifting, burglary, vandalism and damage, or if the recordings are needed as evidence following criminal acts.

    In order to preserve evidence after criminal acts, images relevant to the crime may, once approval has been granted, be transferred by the CCTV operators onto data carriers, e.g. CDs, DVDs, USB flash drives or HD. These images may subsequently be analysed and processed with the purpose of investigating the criminal act.

    As soon as the images have been saved, people affected by the analysis of the CCTV recordings will be informed why the images are being evaluated. In exceptional cases, this obligation to inform may be postponed to a later date (for example, in the case of concrete investigations being carried out by law enforcement authorities).

    If, after an initial assessment by a member of the management team, it is believed that a criminally relevant event has been recorded by the video surveillance system, these recordings may be passed on to the criminal prosecution authorities (e.g. police, public prosecutor). Recordings will not be transferred to any other third parties.

    Every analysis of recordings and any possible transfer of recordings will be documented for at least 12 months, in accordance with auditing standards. At the latest 730 days after the recordings are no longer required as criminal evidence, they will be deleted – unless there is a legal provision which stipulates that the recordings must be kept for a longer period of time.

    Signs (pictograms)

    Clearly visible signs are installed at the entrances indicating the use of video surveillance.

  • Opt out policy

    Users can ask to be removed from the newsletter mailing list at any time. Every newsletter contains a direct link to a page where users can remove themselves from the mailing list quickly and easily.

  • Contact

    Liechtenstein Marketing
    Äulestrasse 30
    9490 Vaduz
    Liechtenstein
    T 00423 239 63 63
    F 00423 239 63 01
    info(at)liechtenstein.li
    www.liechtenstein-marketing.li

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