Data protection is of great importance to Liechtenstein Marketing. Website users decide themselves which personal information they wish to reveal to Liechtenstein Marketing.
When a user visits the website and/or reads the newsletter, Liechtenstein Marketing automatically receives information that can be used to find out more about the user's browsing habits and interests when it comes to the website, newsletter and other information.
Personal details (name, address, etc.) are required if users wish to register, make a reservation, order information material, take part in a competition, etc. By submitting personal data, users agree to Liechtenstein Marketing passing on this information to the third parties responsible for carrying out the request.
Liechtenstein Marketing treats personal data confidentially at all times. This data is anonymised before being processed and/or forwarded to third parties. With the exception of requests processed by external service providers, all personal data is used by Liechtenstein Marketing or third parties only to inform clients/website users (according to their interests and needs) as well as for statistical and marketing purposes for Liechtenstein Marketing.
By using data in the way mentioned above, Liechtenstein Marketing can adapt its website and content to better suit the needs of its users. Data is also used for market analysis and to find out more about which of the many aspects related to Liechtenstein are the most interesting for users. In turn, this makes it possible to gather information that can be used to improve the services available and can be made available to marketing bodies in Liechtenstein.
Personal data are not used in any other way, including selling personal data to third parties. Website users and/or registered clients can contact Liechtenstein Marketing at any time to find out more about their personal data that has been collected.
Important! Data transfer via the internet can be subject to security loopholes. It is impossible to guarantee 100% protection from third parties accessing data. Liechtenstein Marketing assumes no responsibility for damage resulting from such security loopholes.