radicant is storing collected data in a strictly confidential manner. It doesn’t sell or pass on personal data unless it is required to do so by law or court order. radicantendeavors to protect data with appropriate measures from unauthorized or unlawful access, against loss or misuse.
In principal, you are able to use our products without providing personal data. Our web server registers not personalized user data when you visit the website. The logfiles provide information about your IP address, the last page you visited, the type of browser that you are using, date, time and data files requested. This information is required technically to properly deliver the content of the websites that you requested. At the same time, we carefully make sure not to link usage data with personal data.
Certain offers on our website require you to provide personal information.
If you decide to provide us with personal data (e.g. name, telephone number, address or email address) using a form or otherwise via the radicant website, for specific purposes, we handle this information in compliance with data protection regulations. radicant commits itself to use personal data exclusively for the specified purpose. radicant may use this personal data in particular for marketing purposes and for contacting the user at a later point to inform it of services and news. Such personal data may be disclosed within radicant.
We keep your data only as long as necessary for the specified purpose or as long as there is a legal basis for it.
Security of data transfer and electronic communication
When the user visits the radicant website, its data is transmitted via an open network accessible to anyone. Data which the user electronically transmits to radicant or has radicant electronically transmit to it (e.g. contact form or email) is generally not encrypted. This includes in particular the following risks:
- Data may be intercepted and viewed by third parties;
- Even if the sender and recipient are located in Switzerland, data may be transferred uncontrolled abroad, where data protection might not be comparable to Switzerland;
- Electronic messages may contain viruses or other malware which may result in various types of damages. For anti-virus purposes, the use of up-to-date browser versions and the installation of antivirus software which is updated on an ongoing basis is recommended;
- The identity of the sender (e.g. email) and the content of the message may be faked or otherwise manipulated by unauthorised persons. Emails of doubtful origin and unexpected attachments to an email should not be opened.
Even in a transmission that might be encrypted, the sender and recipient remain unencrypted in each case. It can therefore not be ruled out that data sent in such a way may be intercepted and viewed by third parties or that the contact with radicant may be traced.
Unless otherwise expressly stated, radicant does not accept orders or instructions of any kind that are issued via email or by other electronic message transmission systems.
When the radicant website is accessed, radicant collects so-called tracking data, which provide information about user behaviour. It is generally not possible to draw inferences from tracking data as to the identity of the individual user.
For data security reasons radicant stores the following access data in particular in a log file: IP address, date and time of access, name and URL of the file retrieved, browser used and operating system used.
If you subscribe to our newsletter, we will use your data only for the specified purpose. We employ a «double-opt-in» procedure to ensure that a registration is being executed by the owner of the email address. For this purpose, we establish a protocol of the subscription of the newsletter, the sending of the confirmation mail and the receipt of the confirmation. Your data is only being used for the distribution of the newsletter and will not be passed on to any third party.
Our newsletter employs so-called tracking pixels. A tracking pixel is a miniature graphic embedded in the newsletter to enable a statistical analysis of the use of the newsletter. It helps to see if and when a newsletter was opened and which links included in the newsletter were clicked on.
This data is being stored and analyzed by radicant to optimize the newsletter and to continuously adjust it to the interests of the recipients. Personalized data will not be passed on to any third party and will be deleted automatically three months after being generated.
If you send us an email or use our contact form, we will store the data you provided only to process your request.
Please check the detailed information of your browser provider on how to turn off cookies or reject their receipt. Deactivating cookies can prevent you from using certain functions available on our website. Access to registration only areas and the use of certain services is only possible if cookies are allowed.
Web Analysis Service
We are using Google Analytics on our websites, a web analysis service provided by Google Ireland Limited («Google»), Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland. Google Analytics uses its own cookies, which allow the analysis of user data. The information about your use of this website (including your IP address) is being transmitted to a Google server in the U.S., where it is being stored. As radicant has activated the anonymization of IP addresses on all its websites, your IP address is being shortened by Google in the member states of the European Union or member states of the European Economic Area.
You are able to prevent the installation of cookies by adjusting the preferences in your browser software. We want to point out that in this case you will not be able to fully use all functionalities of our website. You can also prevent the collection of data generated by cookies and with regard to your use of the website (including your IP address) as well as the analysis of the data by Google by downloading and installing a browser add-on. Opt-out cookies prevent the future collection of your data when visiting this website. To prevent the collection of data across a set of different devices, you will need to complete the opt-out on all the systems used. Alternatively, you can click on the following link, to deactivate Google Analytics.
We use Google reCAPTCHA (hereinafter referred to as «reCAPTCHA») on our websites. The provider is Google Ireland Limited («Google»), Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland.
The purpose of reCAPTCHA is to determine whether data entered on our websites (e.g. information entered into a contact form) is being provided by a human user or by an automated program. To determine this, reCAPTCHA analyses the behaviour of the website visitors based on a variety of parameters. This analysis is triggered automatically as soon as the website visitor enters the site. For this analysis, reCAPTCHA evaluates a variety of data (e.g. IP address, time the website visitor spent on the site or cursor movements initiated by the user). The data tracked during such analyses are forwarded to Google.
reCAPTCHA analyses run entirely in the background. Website visitors are not alerted that an analysis is underway.
For more information about Google reCAPTCHA and to review the Data Privacy Declaration of Google, please follow these links: policies.google.com/privacyand www.google.com/recaptcha/intro/android.html.
Our websites use Google's Custom Search Engine (CSE) as their main search engine. The provider is Google Ireland Limited («Google»), Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland. The embedded search facility enables full-text search for content on our publicly accessible websites. This search facility can be accessed via the search box embedded in the page header of the individual websites concerned.
When you enter a search term into the search box and then hit return or click on the search symbol, you activate the search function and your results will be shown on a results page, which downloads the Google search results using a Google plug-in. In this way data is transferred to the search service.
The plug-in developed and provided by Google is embedded by the operator in the search results page. When the search results page is accessed, the plug-in enables automated communication (data exchange) between the search results page displayed and Google. The use of the search function provided by Google encompasses a dynamic transfer of data via Google.
Data is not shared with Google until you conduct a search and thereby access the search results page. By using the search function within the search results page, you will at the same time share your data with Google, but if you use our websites without using Google's user-defined search function, no data will be shared with the search engine provider (Google).
By using the search function and thus accessing the search results page, you consent to the sharing of data with Google. This includes for example the search terms you enter and the IP address of your device.
If you are at the same time logged in with Google, Google can allocate the information directly to your user profile. More information about how Google uses users' data can be found in their data protection statement at policies.google.com.
Our website uses plug-ins of the YouTube platform, which is being operated by Google Ireland Limited («Google»), Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland.
We use YouTube in the expanded data protection mode. According to YouTube, this mode ensures that YouTube does not store any information about visitors to this website before they watch the video. Nevertheless, this does not necessarily mean that the sharing of data with YouTube partners can be ruled out as a result of the expanded data protection mode. For instance, regardless of whether you are watching a video, YouTube will always establish a connection with the Google DoubleClick network.
As soon as you start to play a YouTube video on our website, a connection to YouTube’s servers will be established. As a result, the YouTube server will be notified, which of our pages you have visited. If you are logged into your YouTube account while you visit our site, you enable YouTube to directly allocate your browsing patterns to your personal profile. You have the option to prevent this by logging out of your YouTube account.
Furthermore, after you have started to play a video, YouTube will be able to place various cookies on your device. With the assistance of these cookies, YouTube will be able to obtain information about our website visitor. Among other things, this information will be used to generate video statistics with the aim of improving the user friendliness of the site and to prevent attempts to commit fraud. These cookies will stay on your device until you delete them.
Under certain circumstances, additional data processing transactions may be triggered after you have started to play a YouTube video, which are beyond our control.
radicant gives you the option to use social media buttons on our websites. Thereby, we employ a solution, by which the buttons on the website are included as a graphic only with a link to the relevant social media website. As long as you don’t click on the buttons, no data is being transmitted to the social media websites. Information about the use of personal data in the social media networks is available in the providers’ conditions.
Please send your inquiries to the following address. To ensure that the information is not being sent to a stranger, please send them in writing and by adding a copy of an ID. radicant ltd., Talacker 50, 8001 Zurich, email: email@example.com.
Changes to the Policy
Given the rapid technological development of the Internet, radicant continuously develops its websites. Similarly, we periodically examine if adjustments or extensions with respect to data protection are required. Possible changes will be published here.
Last date of change: 22 April 2021.