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Data protection at Jennifer Esseiva

The jenniferesseiva.com website is owned by Jennifer Esseiva. The data protection declaration describes how and why Jennifer Esseiva collects, processes and uses personal data. Responsible handling of customer data has always been important to us. We are continually adapting our processes to protect our customers’ personal data even better.

What data is processed about me?

We process personal data on different occasions and for different purposes. Almost always, when you interact with us or we interact with you, personal data is processed, for example, when you browse our website. We also want to be able to tailor our offers to your personal needs. We therefore also process behavioural data and, where applicable, transaction data. 

To whom are my personal details passed on?

Your personal data may be passed on to other Jennifer Esseiva platforms, which may use them. Other than this, your personal data will only be passed on to selected service providers and partners. As a rule, personal data is processed on our behalf and in accordance with our instructions; however, some partners also process personal data on their own responsibility. 

Is my data secure?

We take care to protect your data in a manner appropriate to the risks and take security measures to protect your personal data from unauthorised access. We are constantly improving our security measures and adapting them to the current state of the art.

Who can I contact if I have a question?

If you have any questions about the processing of your personal data, please do not hesitate to contact us: jenniferesseiva@gmail.com. Information on how you can exercise your rights with regard to your personal data can be found in the data protection declaration.

Table of contents

Data protection is a matter of trust, and your trust is important to us. This data protection declaration tells you how and for what purposes we collect, process and use your personal data.

What does this data protection declaration cover?

Among other things, this data protection declaration tells you:
– What personal data we collect and process;
– How we use your personal data;
– Who has access to it;
– How long we process your personal data;
– What rights you have in relation to this data;
– How you can contact us.

We have aligned this data protection declaration with the Swiss Data Protection Act.

Who is responsible for processing your personal data?

Responsibility for all data processing in accordance with the Data Protection Act lies with the company, which determines whether and for what purpose such processing is to take place and how it is to be carried out. The person responsible for data processing in accordance with this data protection declaration is Jennifer Esseiva.

To whom is this data protection declaration addressed and for what purpose is it intended?

This data protection declaration applies to all persons whose data we process (in the various cases referred to as “you”), regardless of how you come into contact with us. It applies both to the processing of personal data that has already been collected and to data that will be collected in the future.

Our data processing may concern in particular the following categories of persons, if we process personal data in this context:
– Visitors to our website;
– Other persons who benefit from our services or who come into contact with our offers;
– Users of our online services;
– People who write to us or contact us in any other way;
– Recipients of information and marketing communications;
– Participants in competitions and sweepstakes;
– Participants in customer and public events;
– Participants in market research, opinion polls and customer surveys;
– Contact persons of our suppliers, buyers and other business partners, as well as organisations and authorities;

Please also consult the contractual terms and conditions for the various services (e.g. the general terms and conditions). They may contain additional information about our data processing. For information on the collection and processing of personal data when using our website and our social media pages, in particular in connection with cookies and similar technologies, please also see our information on cookies.

What personal data do we process?

Personal data” is information that can be associated with a specific person. We process different categories of personal data. The main categories are provided below for information purposes. However, we may also process other personal data as appropriate.

4.1 Basic data

Basic data is the fundamental information about you, such as your title, name, contact details or date of birth. We collect basic data when you take part in a competition or prize draw or when you sign up for a newsletter. We also collect basic data relating to contact persons and representatives of contractual partners, organisations and authorities.

Basic data includes, for example
– Title, first name, surname, gender, date of birth;
– Address, e-mail address, telephone number and other contact details;
– Customer numbers (e.g. for participants in a loyalty programme);
– Payment information (e.g. registered payment methods, bank details, billing address)
– Information on the use of our online platforms (e.g. if you are registered with Jennifer Esseiva);
– Information about related websites, social media profiles, etc. ;
– Information about your relationship with us (customer, visitor, supplier, etc.);
– Information about the third parties involved (e.g. contact persons, service recipients or representatives);
– Settings concerning the receipt of advertising, newsletters to which you have subscribed, etc. ;
– Information about your status with us (inactivity or blocking of a customer account);
– Information about participation in competitions and prize draws;
– Information on participation in events (e.g. e-sports-events);

You may be able to access certain online services via a connection with a third-party service provider (e.g. Apple, Google or Facebook). In this case, we have access to certain data stored by the service provider in question, such as your name and e-mail address, the extent of which you can usually specify. Information on this can be found in the data protection declaration of the service provider concerned.

4.2 Contract data

Contract data is personal data collected in connection with the conclusion and performance of contracts, for example information on the conclusion of contracts, acquired rights and claims or information on customer satisfaction. We conclude contracts mainly with customers and business partners. When you make use of one of our services on the basis of a contract, for example when you purchase products or take advantage of services, we also frequently collect behavioural and transaction data.

Contract data includes information such as:
– Relating to the establishment and conclusion of contracts, e.g. dates of conclusion of contracts, information from the application process and information on the contracts concerned (e.g. type and duration);
– Relating to the performance and management of contracts (e.g. contact details, delivery addresses, deliveries made or not made and information on means of payment);
– In connection with customer service and technical support;
– Relating to our interactions with you (where applicable, a history with the corresponding entries);
– Relating to claims and acquired rights and benefits (e.g. vouchers);
– Defects, complaints and contract adjustments;
– On customer satisfaction, which we may collect through surveys;
– Financial matters, such as determining creditworthiness (i.e. information that allows conclusions to be drawn about the likelihood of claims being paid), reminders, collection and payment of claims;
– On interactions with you as a contact person or representative of a business partner;
– In connection with security checks (e.g. checking for fraudulent actions when placing orders) and other checks relating to the establishment or continuation of a business relationship.

4.3 Communication data

When you make contact with us or we make contact with you, for example when you contact a customer service department or write to or call us, we process the content of the communications exchanged and information about the type, time and place of the communication.

Examples of communication data are :
– Name and contact details, such as postal address, e-mail address and telephone number;
– The content of e-mails, written correspondence, chat messages, social media posts, comments on websites, telephone interviews, video conferences, etc. ;
– Responses to customer surveys and satisfaction surveys;
– Information on the type, time and, if applicable, place of communication;
– Secondary data from communications.

4.4 Behavioural and transaction data

When you shop with us, use our offers and infrastructure or take advantage of our services, we often collect data on this use. This is the case, for example, when you make purchases in our online shop or when you use our website. If you are acting on behalf of third parties, the personal data may also relate to these third parties (for example, members of your family if you make purchases for them).

Behavioural and transaction data includes, for example, the following information (if it is of a personal nature to us):
– relating to attendance at our events (e.g. date, place and type of event);
– Participation in competitions, sweepstakes and similar events;
– Your behaviour on the website;
– relating to your use of our electronic communications (e.g. if and when you opened an e-mail or clicked on a link);

However, behavioural and transaction data may also be linked to your profile if you are not logged in when you visit the website.

4.5 Preference data

We want to tailor our offers and services to our customers as closely as possible. We therefore also process data relating to your interests and preferences. To this end, we may combine behavioural and transaction data with other data and analyse this data on an individual and non-individual basis. This enables us to draw conclusions about your characteristics, preferences and likely behaviour, for example your affinity for certain products and services.

In particular, we may create segments (permanent or occasional), i.e. groups of people with similar characteristics. Preference data may be used for personal purposes (e.g. to show you relevant advertising that may be of interest to you) or for non-personal purposes (e.g. to carry out market research or develop a product).

The processing described may also be called “profiling” in technical jargon.

4.6 Technical data

When you use our website, or other electronic offerings, we collect certain technical data, such as your IP address or a device identifier. Technical data also includes log files in which we record the use of our systems (log data). We may also assign your device (tablet, PC, smartphone, etc.) a unique identifier (ID), for example by means of cookies or similar technologies, so that we can recognise it. You will find further information in our information on cookies.

On the basis of technical data, it is also possible to collect behavioural data, i.e. information about your use of the website. Technical data does not generally allow us to deduce who you are, unless, for example, you create a customer account or register for other offers. In this case, we can link the technical data with the basic data, and therefore with your person.

Technical data includes :
– The IP address of your device and other identifiers of your device.
– Identifiers associated with your device by cookies and similar technologies (e.g. pixel tags);
– Information relating to your device and its configuration, for example the operating system and language settings;
– Information relating to the browser with which you access the offer and its configuration;
– Information about your movements and actions on our website;
– System records of accesses and other processes (log data).

Please also take note of our information on cookies concerning the processing of technical data.

Where do personal data come from?

5.1 Data supplied

It is often you who provides us with your personal data, for example if you send us data or communicate with us. This is usually the case for basic, contractual and communication data. It is also often the case for preference data.

For example, you provide us with your personal data yourself in the following cases:
– You create a customer account;
– You take part in a competition;
– You contact our customer service department;
– You sign up for other offers, such as our newsletter.

The provision of personal data is generally voluntary, i.e. you are usually under no obligation to provide it to us. We must, however, collect and process personal data that is necessary for the processing of a contractual relationship and the fulfilment of the obligations associated with it or that is required by law, for example basic data and mandatory contractual data. Otherwise, we will not be able to conclude or continue to perform the contracts concerned.

If you send us data about other people (e.g. members of your family), we assume that you are authorised to do so and that the data is correct. Please also ensure that these other persons have been informed of this data protection declaration.

5.2 Data collected

We may also collect personal data about you ourselves or by automated means, for example if you make purchases from us, use our offers or take advantage of our services. This often involves behavioural and transactional data as well as technical data (for example, the date and time you visit our website).

For example, we autonomously collect personal data about you in the following cases:
– You visit one of our websites or use one of our applications;
– You click on a link in one of our newsletters or otherwise interact with one of our electronic advertising messages.

We may also derive personal data from personal data already held, for example by evaluating behavioural and transaction data. This derived personal data is often preference data.

For example, we may analyse the behavioural and transaction data accumulated when you shop in our online shops and use it to make assumptions about your personal interests, preferences, affinities and habits. This enables us, for example, to tailor our offers and information to your individual needs and interests. In this way, we can send you an individual selection of offers that are relevant to you.

5.2 Data collected

We may also collect personal data about you ourselves or by automated means, for example if you make purchases from us, use our offers or take advantage of our services. This often involves behavioural and transactional data as well as technical data (for example, the date and time you visit our website).

For example, we autonomously collect personal data about you in the following cases:
– You order a product from one of our online shops;
– You visit one of our websites or use one of our applications;
– You click on a link in one of our newsletters or otherwise interact with one of our electronic advertising messages.

We may also derive personal data from personal data already held, for example by evaluating behavioural and transaction data. This derived personal data is often preference data.

For example, we may analyse the behavioural and transaction data accumulated when you shop in our online shops and use it to make assumptions about your personal interests, preferences, affinities and habits. This enables us, for example, to tailor our offers and information to your individual needs and interests. In this way, we can send you an individual selection of offers that are relevant to you. Further information on behavioural and transaction data and profiling can be found at.

For what purposes do we process personal data?

6.1 Communication

We want to keep in touch with you and meet your individual needs. We therefore process personal data in order to communicate with you, for example to respond to enquiries and provide customer support. In particular, we use communication and master data for this purpose, as well as contract data if the communication relates to a contract. We may also personalise the content and timing of messages on the basis of behavioural, transactional, preference and other data.

In particular, we communicate in order to:
– Respond to requests
– Contact you if you have any questions;
– Provide customer service and support;
– Notify you of product recalls (for example, we may contact you directly if we know you have purchased a product affected by a recall);
– To send you other notifications (for example, information about the status of an order);
– To authenticate you, for example when using our online services;
– To guarantee quality and provide training

6.2 Performance of contracts

We want to offer you the best possible service. We therefore process personal data in connection with the establishment, management and performance of contracts, for example to deliver an order, provide a service, offer purchases and services, develop our communities, run a loyalty or bonus programme or organise a competition. Contracts are also fulfilled, where appropriate, through the agreed personalisation of services. We use master data, contract data, communication data, behavioural data, transaction data and preference data for this purpose.

The purpose of performing contracts generally includes everything that is necessary or appropriate to conclude, implement and, where applicable, enforce a contract.

This includes, for example, treatments :
– To decide whether and how (e.g. with which payment options) we enter into a contract with you (e.g. credit checks);
– To provide contractually agreed services, e.g. the supply of goods, services and functions (including personalised service elements);
– To provide customer services and assess customer satisfaction;
– To implement and manage loyalty programmes, for example to pay for and credit acquired rights and benefits (e.g. promotional vouchers and action codes);
– To invoice our services and for general accounting purposes;
– To plan and prepare the provision of our services, for example the planning of our staff;
– To determine whether we are willing and able to work with a company, and to monitor and evaluate its performance;
– To prepare and carry out transactions under company law, for example acquisitions, sales and mergers of companies;
– To enforce claims arising from contracts (debt collection, legal proceedings, etc.);
– To manage and operate our IT and other resources;
– To safeguard data in accordance with retention obligations;
– To cancel and terminate contracts.

6.3 Information and marketing

We would like to provide you with interesting offers. We therefore process personal data for relationship management and marketing purposes, for example to send you written and electronic communications and offers and to run marketing campaigns. This may include our own offers or offers from other companies.

Communications and offers may be personalised in order to provide you, as far as possible, only with information likely to be of interest to you. To this end, we use basic, contractual, communication, behavioural, transaction and preference data.

This may include, for example, the following messages and offers:
– Newsletters, advertising e-mails and other electronic messages;
– Advertising brochures, magazines and other printed matter;

You may refuse to be contacted for marketing purposes at any time. In the case of newsletters and other electronic communications, you can generally unsubscribe from the corresponding service via an unsubscribe link integrated into the communication.

The personalisation of our messages enables us to adapt the information to your individual needs and interests and, as far as possible, to only send you offers that are likely to be of interest to you. For example, we may send you an individual selection of products of interest to you or show you online content tailored to your needs. Personalisation also helps you to find the products you are looking for more quickly in our extensive online offering. In general, by focusing our activities on our customers’ wishes and needs, we can simplify processes such as purchasing or sales, so that you can achieve your goal more quickly.

6.4 Market research and product development

We want to continually improve our offers and make them more interesting for you. We therefore process personal data for market research purposes. In particular, we process basic, behavioural, transaction and preference data, as well as communication data, information from customer surveys, opinion polls and studies and other information, for example from the media, the internet and other public sources. Wherever possible, we use pseudonymised or anonymised information for these purposes.

Market research includes :
– Carrying out customer surveys, polls and studies;
– Developing our offers (e.g. developing the range, choosing the location, setting prices and planning actions, etc.);
– Evaluating and improving the acceptance of our offers and our offer-related communications;
– Optimising and improving the user-friendliness of the website;
– To develop and test new offers;
– Monitoring and improving our internal processes;
– Statistical analyses, for example to analyse, on a non-personal basis, information about our customers’ interactions with us;

6.5 Safety and prevention

We want to guarantee your security and our own, and prevent misuse. We therefore also process personal data for security purposes, to ensure IT security, to prevent theft, fraud and abuse and for evidential purposes. This may involve all the categories of personal data indicated, in particular behavioural and transaction data. We may collect, analyse and store such data for the purposes indicated.

Processing relating to security and prevention is carried out, for example, in order to:
– Carrying out random checks to ensure that goods are correctly entered and paid for in our shops;
– Decide on access bans and manage access ban lists;
– Analyse behavioural and transaction data to identify suspicious behavioural patterns and fraudulent activity;
– To analyse system records relating to the use of our systems (log data);
– Prevent, detect and defend against cyber-attacks and malware attacks;
– To analyse and test our IT networks and infrastructure and to monitor systems and errors;
– Control access to electronic systems (e.g. logins at user account level);
– Physical access control (e.g. access to offices);
– Documentation and back-up.

6.6 Compliance with legal requirements

Compliance with legal requirements includes :
– Receiving and processing complaints and other notifications;
– Conducting internal investigations;
– Ensuring compliance and risk management;
– Providing information and documents to the authorities where there is an objective reason (e.g. because we ourselves are the injured party) or if we are legally obliged to do so;
– Ensuring legal data protection;
– To comply with our obligations regarding access, information and communication, e.g. in connection with regulatory and tax obligations, in particular in the context of archiving obligations, as well as to prevent, disclose and investigate offences and other violations;
– The statutory fight against money laundering and the financing of terrorism

Such processing may derive from Swiss law, self-regulation, industry and other standards, our own corporate governance or administrative directives.

6.7 Preservation of rights

We want to be able to enforce our rights and defend ourselves against the claims of third parties. We therefore also process personal data to safeguard our rights, for example, to assert them before Swiss judicial, conciliation, extrajudicial or administrative bodies, or to defend ourselves against claims. Depending on the circumstances, we process various types of personal data, such as contact details and information about processes that have given rise to or are likely to give rise to disputes.

Processing to protect our rights is carried out in particular in order to:
– Clarifying and asserting our claims, which may also include those of affiliated companies and our contractual and business partners;
– Defend ourselves against claims made against us and our employees, our affiliated companies and our contractual and business partners;
– Clarify the chances of success of legal and economic proceedings and other matters;
– To take part in legal and administrative proceedings in Switzerland. For example, we may collect evidence, clarify the chances of success of proceedings or hand over documents to an authority. We may also be asked by the authorities to hand over documents and data carriers containing personal data.

What is the legal basis for our processing of personal data?

Depending on its purpose, our processing of personal data has different legal bases. We may process personal data in particular if the processing :
– Is necessary for the performance of a contract with the data subjects or in order to take pre-contractual measures (e.g. the examination of a contract application);
– Is necessary for the defense of legitimate interests, e.g. when data processing is a central element of our business activity;
– Based on consent;
– necessary to comply with national or foreign legal requirements

In particular, we have a legitimate interest in carrying out processing for the purposes described above and in communicating data, as well as in pursuing the various objectives associated therewith. Legitimate interests include in each case our own interests and those of third parties.

These legitimate interests include, for example, the interest :
– provide products and services to third parties (e.g. gift recipients);
– to provide customer care, maintain contacts and communicate with our customers outside the contractual framework;
– to carry out advertising and marketing activities;
– to get to know our customers and others better;
– to improve our products and services;
– to ensure the internal management of the group and the necessary internal communication within a group where collaboration is based on the division of tasks;
– to combat fraud, e.g. in connection with online stores, and to prevent and punish offences;
– protect customers;
– to guarantee IT security, particularly with regard to website use;
– to guarantee and organize business activities, including the operation and development of websites and other systems;
– to enforce or defend claims ;
– to comply with Swiss law and internal regulations.

To whom do we pass on your personal data?

We may pass on your personal data to companies outside Jennifer Esseiva when we use their services. These service providers generally process personal data on our behalf as “subcontractors”. Our subcontractors are obliged to process personal data only in accordance with our instructions and to take appropriate data security measures. Some service providers are also responsible jointly with us or independently (e.g. collection companies). Through the selection of service providers, we support the protection of your data throughout the entire process of processing your personal data.

This includes services in the following areas, for example:
– Transport and logistics, e.g. for shipping ordered goods;
– Advertising and marketing services, e.g. for sending messages and information;
– Warranty and returns, e.g. for repairs in the event of defects;
– Business management, e.g. accounting or asset management;
– Payment services;
– Credit information, e.g. if you wish to make a purchase on account;
– Collection services;
– Insurance services
– Fraud prevention services that payment service providers implement under their own responsibility, such as PayPal fraud protection. The corresponding procedures only apply if you are already a customer of the payment service provider concerned. More detailed information can be found in the data protection declaration of the service provider concerned;
– IT services, e.g. data storage (hosting), cloud services, e-mail newsletters, data analysis and enhancement, etc. ;

We may also pass on personal data to third parties for their own purposes, for example if you have given your consent or if we are legally obliged or authorized to do so. In such cases, the recipient of the data is responsible for its protection in accordance with the Data Protection Act.

For example, in the following cases:
– information on product recalls by manufacturers, if you have purchased a manufacturer’s product from us;
– the assignment of receivables to other companies, such as collection agencies;
– the control or execution of transactions governed by company law, such as acquisitions, sales and mergers;
– the communication of personal data to courts and authorities in Switzerland and abroad, e.g. to criminal prosecution authorities in the event of suspected offences;
– processing personal data if we are required to comply with court decisions or orders from the authorities, assert rights or defend against claims, or if we consider this necessary for other legal reasons. In this context, we may also communicate personal data to other parties involved in the proceedings.

Please also note our information on cookies for the independent collection of data by third-party service providers whose tools we have integrated into our websites and applications.

In principle, we are not subject to professional secrecy (such as banking or medical secrecy). If you consider that certain personal data is subject to an obligation of confidentiality, please inform us so that we can examine your request.

How do we communicate your personal data abroad?

We may also transfer personal data to service providers and other recipients located outside Switzerland who process personal data outside Switzerland. In principle, in any country in the world. The countries in question may not have laws that protect your personal data to the same extent as in Switzerland or the EEA. If we transfer your personal data to such a country, we will support the protection of your personal data appropriately.

How do we handle your sensitive data?

Certain types of personal data are considered “sensitive” under data protection law, for example health-related information and biometric characteristics. Depending on the circumstances, the categories of personal data mentioned may also include data of this type. However, we generally only process sensitive data if this is necessary for the provision of a service, if you have voluntarily provided us with such data, or if you have given your consent. We may also process sensitive data if this is necessary to protect our rights or to comply with legal provisions in Switzerland or abroad, if the data in question has clearly been made public by the data subject or if the applicable law generally permits its processing.

How do we use profiling?

Profiling” is the automated processing of personal data to analyze personal aspects or make predictions, for example to analyze personal interests, preferences, affinities and habits, or to predict likely behavior. In particular, profiling enables us to deduce preference data.

Profiling is a frequent process, for example in automated processing:
– Basic, contractual, behavioral and transactional data on purchases in our online stores and stores;
– Behavioral and transactional data, as well as technical data related to our website;
– Information relating to event attendance or participation in competitions, sweepstakes and similar events;
– Communication data, such as your reaction to advertising and other messages;
– Other behavioral and transactional data.

For example, profiling helps us to :
– Continuously improve our offers and better adapt them to individual needs;
– Present our content and offers to you in accordance with your needs;
– To provide you, as far as possible, only with advertisements and offers likely to be of interest to you;
– To provide you with better customer service;
– Decide, on the basis of a credit check, which payment methods are available to you.

In particular, we carry out profiling in connection with our online store, by analyzing your purchasing behavior and using this basis to link you to certain centers of interest. These centers of interest may be created on a permanent or ad hoc basis and may, for example, relate to purchasing motives. This profiling enables us, for example, to send you product offers that may be of interest to you.

For example, we also carry out profiling in connection with the customer account, among other things by analyzing your usage and purchasing behavior on our online store, our website, in particular to offer you a personalized customer experience and to provide you with offers that perfectly match your interests and preferences.

You may also refuse profiling in certain cases.

How do we protect your personal data?

We take appropriate technical and organizational security measures to ensure the safety of your personal data, to protect you against unjustified and unlawful processing and to act against the risk of loss, accidental alteration, unwanted disclosure or unauthorized access. Like all companies, however, we cannot rule out data breaches with certainty; some residual risks are unavoidable.

Technical security measures include data encryption and pseudonymization, archiving, access restrictions and back-up storage. Organisational security measures include staff instructions, training and controls.

How long do we process your personal data?

We process and store your personal data:
– For as long as is necessary to achieve the purpose of the processing or purposes compatible therewith, i.e. generally for the duration of the contractual relationship within the framework of contracts ;
– As long as we have a legitimate interest in storing them. This may be the case, for example, when we need them to assert rights, defend ourselves against claims, for archiving purposes and to guarantee IT security;
– As long as we are required to do so by law. A legal retention period of ten years applies, for example, to certain data. For other data, different shorter retention periods apply.

What are your rights regarding the processing of your personal data?

You have the right to object to the processing of your data in particular when we process your personal data on the basis of a legitimate interest and the other requirements are met. You may also object at any time to data processing in connection with direct marketing (e.g. advertising e-mails). This also applies to profiling, insofar as this is linked to direct marketing purposes.

Insofar as the applicable conditions are met and no legal exceptions apply, you also have the following rights:
– The right to request access to your personal data stored by us;
– The right to have inaccurate or incomplete personal data corrected;
– The right to request the deletion or anonymization of your data;
– The right to request the restriction of the processing of your personal data;
– The right to receive the personal data you have made available to us in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format;
– The right to withdraw consent with effect for the future, insofar as processing is based on consent.

Please note that these rights may be limited or excluded in individual cases, for example if there are doubts as to identity or if this is necessary to protect other persons, to safeguard interests worthy of protection or to comply with legal obligations.

You can exercise most of the above rights via our Help Center. If you have a customer account, you can correct the basic data stored there (e.g. your address) at any time. You can also request the deactivation of your customer account or the complete deletion of your personal data via our Help Center. You can also unsubscribe from newsletters and other advertising e-mails by clicking on the corresponding link at the end of the e-mail. You can also contact us if you wish to exercise any of your rights or if you have any questions about the processing of your personal data.

How can you contact us?

If you have any questions about this data protection declaration or the processing of your personal data, you can contact us via our website.

You can also contact us as follows:

Jennifer Esseiva

Changes to this data protection declaration

This data protection declaration may be amended from time to time, in particular if we change our data processing operations or if new legal provisions come into force. Where changes are significant, we will actively inform the persons whose details are stored with us of such changes, insofar as this is possible without disproportionate effort. As a general rule, the version of the data protection declaration in force at the start of a data processing operation is the one that applies to that operation. 

Last modified: 20.08.2023