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Data Protection Policy
Last update: August 2023
Merion Swiss Partners thanks you for your interest in visiting this website. The confidentiality and security of your personal data are particularly important for us. It is with this aim and this goal of transparency in mind that we have drawn up this Data Protection Policy in accordance with the laws in force in Switzerland, in particular the Swiss Federal Data Protection Act.
This Data Protection Policy may be modified or supplemented at any time and users of the site are therefore required to consult it regularly. If you have any questions or complaints, please contact us by email at the following address: info@merion.swiss
The date of the most recent update is indicated at the top of this document.
1. Personal data collected
Whenever you visit our website, it is possible that personal data such as the IP address of the electronic device from which you consult the site and the geographical position indicated by it, the date and time, the type and version of your browser and operating system, the URL of the site previously visited and your preferences are collected. Please note that information of this type is collected automatically by most online servers. It does not generally enable any specific individual to be identified, although it is possible that it may enable this do be done (in particular through the IP address). However, Merion Swiss Partners does not use this information in order to identify any particular person and does not disclose it, in accordance with this Data Protection Policy.
We collect and process your personal data that you transmit voluntarily to us when you contact us via the online contact form, in particular: your surname, first name, email and phone number.
2. Purpose of the processing
Your personal data may be processed in particular for the following purposes:
• Contacting you and identifying you;
• To satisfy your requests, to follow up our relationship with you;
• To analyze and improve the use of the Site and its functionalities;
• in order to comply with the legal obligations applicable to us.
3. Cookies
Merion Swiss Partners draws your attention to the fact that this website may use cookies.
Cookies are small and widely used files that are stored on your device during your visit to a website. By storing your browsing data on our website (e.g. pages visited, choice of language…) for the purpose of re-transmitting them to this website the next time you visit it, cookies make it possible to improve your browsing experience on the website.
You can limit the usage of or disable cookies on this website by altering the settings on your browser (consult the “help” section of your browser for further information on how to manage cookies). The proper operation of some pages on this website may be impaired if you decide to disable cookies. Please note that some cookies are essential for the proper operation of our website.
4. Security
We take appropriate technical and organizational security measures to protect your personal data from unauthorized access or misuse, such as computer and network security solutions and encryption of data carriers.
5. Transmission to third parties
Your personal data will be passed on to third parties if this is necessary for the performance of the requested services, to carry out the tasks required for our business, to meet our legal obligations, if there is a legitimate interest or if you have expressly consented to this. In particular, your personal data may be passed on to our contractual partners in the context of the requested services.
6. Transfer abroad
The majority of the recipients of your personal data are located in Switzerland, but it is possible that under certain circumstances your data may be transferred abroad. If recipients are located abroad, we will ensure that the data is transferred to a country offering an adequate level of protection or, if not, that the transfer is governed by the relevant contracts in accordance with Swiss law.
7. Retention
We process and store your personal data for as long as it is necessary for the performance of our contractual and legal obligations or for the purposes for which the processing is carried out (see section 2 above). We may retain personal data for the period during which claims can be made against us and because we are obliged to do so by law or under legitimate interests (e.g. for evidential or documentation purposes).
8. Your rights
You have a right of access in accordance with Article 8 DPA, a right of rectification in accordance with Article 5 DPA, a right to erasure in accordance with Article 5 DPA, a right to restrict processing in accordance with Articles 12, 13, 15 DPA and a right of objection in accordance with Article 4 DPA.
You may withdraw your consent to the processing of your personal data at any time. Please note that withdrawing consent only applies for the future and may prevent you from accessing certain parts of the Site or certain features. If you object to the processing of your personal data, we will no longer process it unless there are legal obligations or legitimate interests in favor of processing it that override your rights.