Choice of law
Advertising and the facilities on the homepage of LV 1871 Private Assurance AG which could have legal implications are intended for the Liechtenstein business area.
Non-liability with respect to the links
LV 1871 Private Assurance AG does not accept liability for the correctness, completeness and reliability of the content as well as for the use to which the links can be used and for the possible misuse of the links provided.
Non-liablity with respect to the downloads
Downloading is at own risk. There is no liability for damage incurred by users to their hardware and software in connection with downloading information over the homepage of LV 1871 Private Assurance AG insofar as this is legally permissible. Otherwise LV 1871 is liable only in the case of intention and gross negligence.
Protection of personal data is an important matter for us. In what follows you learn how personal data is handled in our company.
Aims of the Data Protection Law (DSG)
The processing of the data we know about your person is governed by the Data Protection Law (DSG). The aim of this law is to protect the individual from interference with his personal rights due to the handling of his personal data. Personal data in the sense of the DSG are facts which relate to a particular or definable person, such as the name, address, date of birth. By „processing“ is understood the way in which personal data is dealt with, such as its capture, storage, use, alteration, publication, archiving or destruction. The DSG permits the processing of personal data if the person involved agrees. Even if the processing occurs in immediate connection with the conclusion or handling of a contract, it is permissible according to DSG.
Our way of dealing with personal data in the internet
We point out that the following information does not apply to linked facilities. If you visit our website in the general freely available area, we do not require any data from you. We capture only the name of your Internet Service Providers, the website from which you come as well as which of our websites you visit. The information gained is evaluated anonymously and serves statistical purposes only. With this evaluation we intend to adjust our internet performance to changing needs. Consider, however, that in the case of unencrypted e-mails there is a danger that their content is not protected against unauthorized attention, falsification, loss and so on. Our company’s network and computer are protected against unjustified access. All successful and unsuccessful attempts to access are recorded in the interests of preventive security. Our staff are obliged to comply with data protection in accordance with Article 10 DSG. Internal applications of our company are usable only by means of access authorisation. Within the applications the user authorisations are limited according to area of work and business need by means of an eligibility system. We correct and complete stored data as soon as a change becomes known. In the case of some callable Pdf documents which can also be partly filled in online, such documents are specially protected. That means that these documents can only be accessed by means of a special password and cannot be changed. The documents as well as the inputted data are not passed on over the internet, but sent by post to the responsible places.
Cookies are little data files that are filed on the computer of the internet user. Using cookies helps to support the dialogue. The cookies we use are automatically deleted on leaving the website or on breaking off the dialogue.
You can refuse the use of Google Analytics by clicking on the following link. An opt-out cookie will be set on the computer, which prevents the future collection of your data when visiting this website: Disable Google Analytics
Further information concerning the terms and conditions of use and data privacy can be found at http://www.google.com/analytic... or at https://www.google.de/intl/en_... . Please note that on this website, Google Analytics code is supplemented by “anonymizeIp” to ensure an anonymized collection of IP addresses (so called IP-masking).
Data made anonymous
For every request for a data file from our download offer the access data is stored. In such cases non-personal data is involved. Each data set consists of the page from which the data file was requested, the name of the data file, the date and time of the request, the amount of data that was transferred, the access status (e.g. data filetransferred) as well as a description of the type of web browser used. The data stored is rendered anonymous and finally evaluated for statistical reasons.
Place of jurisdiction
The place of the court insofar as this is legally permissible is Vaduz.