stemys SA

Data protection

Data protection

1. Limitation of liability

The content of this website has been created with the utmost care. However, the supplier assumes no liability for the correctness, completeness and actuality of the content provided. The user uses the content of the website at their own risk. Contributions identified by name reflect the opinion of respective author and not always the opinion of the supplier. The use of the supplier's website does not constitute a contractual relationship between the user and the supplier. This website may contain links to third-party websites ("external links"). These websites are subject to the liability of the respective operators. stemys does not accept liability for damages which arise directly or indirectly from the use of this website, unless they are a result of intent or gross negligence on the part of stemys.

2. Intellectual property

The intellectual property contained on this website, such as copyrights, design rights, trademarks, etc., is protected. This website does not constitute a right to use the intellectual property of stemys SA or third parties.

3. Copyrights

The content published on this website is subject to Swiss copyright law. Any use not permitted by Swiss copyright law requires prior authorisation in writing from the supplier or the respective copyright holder. This applies in particular to duplication, editing, translation, saving, processing or reproduction of content in databases or other electronic media and systems. Content and rights of third parties are marked as such. Unauthorised duplication or transfer of individual items of content or entire pages is not permitted and is punishable. It is only permitted to create copies and downloads for personal, private and not commercial use. The display of this website in third-party frames in only permitted with written consent.

4. Privacy statement

stemys SA in Delemont (Jura, Switzerland) is the operator of the website and of the services offered via the website, and is therefore responsible for collecting, processing and using your personal data and for ensuring that data processing complies with the applicable data protection legislation.

We value your trust, therefore we take the issue of data protection seriously and ensure that appropriate security is in place. Naturally, we comply with the statutory provisions of the Federal Act on Data Protection (DSG), the Ordinance to the Federal Act on Data Protection (VDSG), the Telecommunications Act (FMG) and other statutory data protection provisions of Swiss or EU law that may apply, in particular the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Please note the following information so that you know what personal information we collect from you and what we use it for.

4.1 Visiting our website

When you visit our website, our server makes a temporary record of each webpage you access in a log file. As part of this process, the following technical data is collected without any action on your part, as it generally is with every connection to a web server, and is retained by us until it is automatically deleted after six months at the latest:

  • the IP address of the computer accessing the website
  • the name of the owner of the IP address range (usually your inter-net access provider)
  • the date and time of access
  • the website from which our website was accessed (referrer URL), together with the search term, where applicable
  • the name and the URL of the retrieved data
  • the status code (error message, for example)
  • your computer?s operating system
  • the browser you are using (type, version and language)
  • the transfer protocol used (such as HTTP/1.1)

This data is collected and processed in order to allow our website to be used (connection set-up), to ensure the system is permanently secure and robust, to optimise our online services, and for in-house statistical purposes. Herein lies our legitimate interest in processing data within the meaning of Art. 6(1)(f) of the EU GDPR.

4.2 Transferring data to third parties

We will only pass on your personal data if you have provided your express consent for us to do so, if there is a legal obligation to do so, or if this is necessary in order to enforce our rights, in particular to asserts claims arising from the contractual relationship.

4.3 Transferring data overseas

We are also entitled to transfer your personal data to third party companies (contracted service providers) overseas for the data processing purposes described in this privacy statement. They are bound by data protection to the same extent as we are. If the level of data protection in a country does not correspond to the level of data protection in Switzerland or Europe Union, we will ensure by way of contract that your personal data will be protected to the same level as in Switzerland or in the EU at all times.

4.4 Cookies

Cookies help us in many ways to make your visit to our website an easier, more pleasant and more meaningful experience. Cookies are information files which your web browser automatically stores on your computer's hard drive when you visit our website.For example, we use cookies to provide you with the shopping basket function over several pages and to temporarily store your input as you complete a form on the website so that you do not have to re-input the details when accessing another sub-page. Cookies may also be used to identify you as a registered user once you have registered on the website, without you having to log in again when you access another subpage.

Most web browsers automatically accept cookies. However, you can configure your browser so that cookies are not stored on your computer or so that a message always appears when you receive a new cookie. On the following pages you will find explanations on how to configure the handling of cookies for the most popular internet browsers: Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft.

Disabling cookies may mean that you will not be able to use all the features of our website.

4.5 Tracking tools

a. General information

We use the web analytics service provided by Google Analytics to continually optimise our website and to design it on a needs-based basis. In this context, pseudonymised usage profiles are created and small text files ("cookies"), which are stored on your computer, are used. The information generated by the cookies about how you use this website is transferred to the service providers? servers, where it will be stored and prepared for us. In addition to the data listed under point 1, we may potentially receive the following information:

  • navigation path taken by a visitor to the site
  • time spent on the website or sub-page
  • the sub-page from which the visitor leaves the website
  • the country, region or city from which the website is accessed
  • end device (type, version, depth of colour, resolution, width and height of the browser window)
  • returning or new visitors

The information will be used to evaluate how the website is used, to compile reports about activity on the website, and to provide other website and internet us-age services for the purposes of market research and to design this website on a needs-based basis. This information may also be passed on to third parties where required to do so by law, or where third parties process this data on our behalf.

b. Google Analytics

The provider of Google Analytics is Google Inc., a subsidiary of the holding com-pany Alphabet Inc., with headquarters in the USA. Before the data is transmitted to the provider, the IP address is abbreviated by activating IP anonymisation (?anonymizeIP?) on this website within the Member States of the European Union or in other contracting states to the Agreement on the European Economic Area. The anonymised IP address transmitted from your browser as part of the Google Analytics process is not merged with any other Google data. Only in exceptional cases will the full IP address be transferred to a Google server in the USA and abbreviated there. In cases such as these, we use contractual guarantees to en-sure that Google Inc. observes an adequate level of data protection. In accord-ance with Google Inc., the IP address will never be associated with other data relating to the user.

4.6 Right of access, rectification, deletion and restriction of processing; right to data portability

You are entitled to request to receive information about the personal data we have stored about you. You are also entitled to correct inaccurate data and to delete your personal data, provided this does not contravene any statutory retention requirements or any permission which authorises us to process the data.

You are also entitled to demand that we surrender the data that you have provided to us (right to data portability). Upon your request, we will pass your data on to a third party of your choice. You are entitled to receive the data in a standard file format.

You can contact us for the aforementioned purposes via the e-mail address . We can, at our own discretion, ask for proof of identity in order to be able to process your requests.

4.7 Data security

We make use of appropriate technical and organisational security measures to protect data we store about you from being manipulated, being lost in part or entirely, and to protect against unauthorised access by third parties. Our security measures are continuously improved in line with technological developments.

You should always treat your login details as confidential and close the browser window when you have finished communicating with us, especially if you share your computer with others.

We also take inhouse data protection very seriously. Our employees and ap-pointed service providers are bound to maintain confidentiality and to comply with the provisions of data protection law.

4.8 Data storage

We only store personal data for as long as it is required in order to use the afore-mentioned tracking and analysis services and to continue processing the data within the context of our legitimate interest. Contract details will be retained for longer as there is a legal obligation to retain data. Accounting provisions and tax regulations set out retention obligations which obligate us to retain data. In accordance with these requirements, business communications, signed contracts and accounting records are to be retained for up to 10 years. This data will be blocked if we no longer need it in order to be able to carry out services for you. This means that the data may then only be used for accounting and tax purposes.

4.9 Right to file a complaint with a data protection supervisory authority

You are entitled to file a complaint at any time with a data protection supervisory authority.

stemys SA may amend this legal information at any time via an update. Furthermore, stemys reserves the right to amend, reduce or remove the availability of the website at its own discretion at any time without prior notice.

september 1st, 2023