Our website address is: https://www.aikido-friendship.ch/2020.
Use of the website from Switzerland and abroad
This website is subject to the laws of the Swiss Confederation.
Internet knows no borders – neither do many laws. Should you be on my website from outside Switzerland, it is important to me that you knows this:
- Welcome! Thank you very much for your visit!
- There are various laws of countries other than Switzerland that only could apply to my website because you visit this site from outside of Switzerland. So, please be informed. that I am making every effort to comply with Swiss law. I have not checked laws of other countries. If this is okay with you, feel free to use my site.
Our website uses the cookies of WordPress and WooCommerce (session cookies and permanent cookies). WordPress is a service provider for websites. Cookies can not necessarily identify you. In addition, you can configure your browser settings to restrict or prevent the receipt of cookies. You can also delete cookies on your browser. You probably know this and have already set your browser to what you think is best.
The cookies are used to evaluate the frequency, number, type and manner of use and to improve the website. This enables us to better address the users and optimize our Internet presence.
The website provider automatically stores information about the browser and device you use to access our website. This data is called server log files and is The type and version of browser used, the operating system used, the URL which may have forwarded you to our site, the identification of the accessing device, the time stamp of the access. This data is processed for technical reasons and does not serve to identify you.
These data cannot be assigned to specific persons. A consolidation of this data with other data sources is not carried out. We reserve the right to check this data subsequently if we become aware of concrete indications of illegal use.
This analysis allows us to gain statistical and other insights into the use of our website. This enables us to better address users and optimize our Internet presence.
Further data processing on our website
Order via the shop
If you order something via our shop (by the way: thank you!!), we need some information about you, so that we can process the order at all. These are:
- Name and first name
- complete address
- (mobile) phone number
We will receive your bank account details when you pay for your ordered items by bank transfer.
With this data we can process your order or contact you if there is anything to discuss in connection with your ticket.
Do third parties receive your data?
Yes, but only where it is absolutely necessary and only the most necessary information (as above) is required to process the described above), for example the post office receives your address data. Otherwise I will not pass on any data to anyone.
You should remember this
In relation to your personal data, you mayIn Bezug auf deine Personendaten, darfst du
- write to us and ask whether and how we process your data. And of course we will answer you.
- Have data that are incorrect corrected. That’s for sure!
- Request the deletion of your data. However, it is possible that for other reasons (including the law) I may or must still process the data.
- Do you know the Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner (FDPIC)? He is a consultant and supervisor on data protection. The link to his website is: https://www.edoeb.admin.ch/edoeb/de/home.html
The website uses SSL encryption to enhance the security of your data.
A encrypted connection you can recognize by the fact that the address line of browser switches from “http://” to “https://” and is identified by the lock symbol in your browser line. If SSL encryption is enabled, the data you transmit to us cannot be read by third parties can be read along.
Our storage capacity is limited and we do not want to deal with things that are dispensable. This means that we delete your data as soon as it is no longer used and we are allowed to delete it (we have certain legal archiving obligations, for example).