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Copyright / Exclusion of liability

In view of the technical characteristics of the Internet, no guarantee can be undertaken for the authenticity, correctness and completeness of the information made available on the internet. Moreover no guarantee is undertaken concerning the availability or the operational status of the homepage in question, or of its contents.

Any and all liability is excluded for direct, indirect or any other damages, regardless of the causes of such damages, arising from the use or the non-availability of the data and information of this website, in so far as such an exclusion is legally permissible.

The content of this website is protected by copyright law. The information provided is intended for personal use only. Any use going beyond this, in particular storage in databases, reproduction and any form of commercial use, in addition to passing the contents on to third parties – even in part or in a processed form – is prohibited without the consent of the website owner.

Hyperlinks to this website are welcome. It is not permissible to integrate individual pages of our products and services into other parties’ frames, nor is it permissible to make our RSS feed available on third party websites.

Liability for links

This website contains links to external third party websites, the contents of which we have no influence on. Therefore we cannot undertake any guarantee with regard to the content of this external material. The party providing or operating the site is always responsible for the contents of the linked pages. The linked pages were checked for possible breaches of the law at the time the link was established. No contents constituting a breach of the law were discernible at the point in time at which the link was established. However it is not reasonable to expect permanent monitoring of the contents of the linked web pages, without any specific indications of a breach of the law. Upon any breaches of the law becoming known to us, we will terminate any links of this kind immediately.

Data protection

So far as is possible, to the extent that personal data (e.g. name, address or e-mail addresses) is obtained on our website pages, this is always done on a voluntary basis. So far as this is legally permissible, the use of the offers and services is possible without providing personal data.

The use of contact data (published within the scope of the imprint obligations) by third parties, to send advertising / promotional material and information material not explicitly requested, is hereby explicitly contradicted. The operators of the website pages explicitly reserve the right to undertake legal measures in the event of receiving unsolicited promotional information, for instance spam e-mails.


When you visit this website, cookies are saved to your computer or mobile device that allow you to be recognized when you return to the website. The user-friendliness of the website is enhanced as a result. No personal information is saved. No information is forwarded to third parties (except to IT providers who help us to optimize the website from a technical point of view).

There are two types of cookies: permanent cookies and temporary cookies. Permanent cookies are saved as a file on your device for up to twelve months. Temporary cookies are saved for the duration of your visit and then deleted when you close the browser session. We use permanent cookies only to remember which start page you have chosen.

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Data is processed based on the legal regulations specified in clause 96 section 3 of the Austrian telecommunications law as well as clause 8 section 3 line 4 of the Austrian law governing data protection.