You can contact us in the following ways:
UNMEAT (Veeconomy AG)
Management and data protection officer: Theo Favetto
Email for data protection enquiries: contact@UNMEAT.com
UNMEAT observes the legal provisions of data protection. All personal data collected in the course of registration or created during use and protected by the Swiss Data Protection Act (hereinafter «DPA») or the European Data Protection Regulation (hereinafter «EU GDPR») will be used exclusively for the purpose of fulfilling the contract, unless, in particular in accordance with this data protection declaration, your express consent to any further use has been given or the applicable law permits such use. Our employees are obliged to treat personal data confidentially.
As we process most personal data electronically, we have taken appropriate organisational and technical measures (e.g. IT security measures) to ensure that your personal data is protected. We also regularly train our employees on data protection and information security.
What personal data is collected and for what purpose
We may collect from you master data (company name, name, address, e-mail, etc.), personal data about the services you have purchased, your payment transaction data, your online preferences and your customer feedback.
We use this personal data to communicate with you, to enter into and process business with you, to operate the website, for billing, market research and marketing, such as to analyse our customer base or to contact you by post, email or text messages.
Input fields for personal data that are mandatory for the use of our offer will be marked accordingly when collected. The provision of personal data in other fields is voluntary. You can inform us at any time that you no longer wish to have this voluntarily provided personal data processed.
Your surfing and usage data will then be collected. This includes, for example, information on which browser and which browser version you used to visit the website, which operating system you use, from which website you accessed our website via a link, and which elements of the website you use and how. This personal data is stored together with the IP address of your access device. They are used to display and optimise our website correctly, to protect against attacks or other infringements and to personalise the website for you. We do not draw any conclusions about the persons concerned from this surfing and usage data and only evaluate the personal data anonymously, unless we need the personal data to clarify legal infringements.
We only process personal data for as long as is necessary for the purpose in question or as required by law.
If you have set up an account with us, we will retain the master data provided for an unlimited period. However, you can request the deletion of the account at any time (see section 13, Your rights). We will delete the master data unless we are obliged by law to retain it.
If we wish to refuse further business contacts with a data subject on the grounds of abuse or other legitimate reasons, we will retain the relevant personal data for five years, or ten years in the event of a repeat offence.
Processing by third parties and abroad
We may also make personal data available to third parties or have it processed by third parties for the aforementioned purposes to a limited extent.
These are companies that carry out the technical operation of our information technology for us (outsourcing partners, maintenance service providers, hosting service providers, cloud service providers) and analysis services. If we commission third parties to process personal data, the third party is carefully selected and must take appropriate security measures to guarantee the confidentiality and security of your personal data.
Processing by us or the third parties mentioned may also take place in other European or non-European countries. In this case, we provide sufficient contractual guarantees that such a third party will use the personal data in accordance with the legal requirements and exclusively in the interest of UNMEAT. These guarantees are based on the standards of the European Commission (which are also recognised in Switzerland). You have a right to inspect the corresponding guarantees in the respective contracts.
We use services of third parties to analyse surfing behaviour. We sometimes integrate content from other websites.
By means of the analysis services, we measure the use of the website and evaluate it. or have it measured and evaluated. For this purpose, the third-party service providers may also use permanent cookies, pixel tags or similar technologies (see section 10). The third party may track your use of our website, combine this information with data from other websites you have visited that are also tracked by the third party, and use this information for its own purposes (e.g., to target advertising).
This website uses various web analytics tools. Among other things, a log of mouse movements, mouse clicks and keyboard interaction is created with the intention of randomly replaying individual visits to this website as so-called session replays as well as evaluating them in the form of so-called heat maps and deriving potential improvements for this website from them. The data collected in this way is not personal and will not be passed on to third parties. The data collected is stored and processed within Switzerland. You consent to the use of analytical services in this sense on our websites.
Integration of third-party elements on the UNMEAT website
Content from various third-party providers is integrated on our website, for example videos from video platforms such as Youtube or buttons from social media platforms (such as Facebook or Twitter). This content enables visitors to consume content from those platforms on our website or simply share our content on the relevant social networks.
When surfing our website, if such content is displayed as part of the website, a connection to the third-party provider’s servers is automatically established. In the process, personal data about your website visit, in particular your IP address, is transmitted to this third-party provider. If you are logged in to the respective third-party provider at the time of the visit (for example, with a Facebook or Google account), it is therefore possible that this third party can determine that you have visited our website.
You hereby authorise us to share this information with the third party provider with whom you hold your account.
Information on the purpose and scope of data processing by such third-party providers, as well as your rights and setting options in this regard, can be obtained from the third-party providers concerned.
Cookies are data packets that are sent from our website’s web server to your browser, stored on your computer and can be retrieved from the web server during a subsequent visit. Cookies store information about the online preferences of visitors to our website and enable us to improve the visitor experience.
A distinction is made between session cookies and permanent cookies. Session cookies are used to uniquely assign information stored on the server during a specific visit to our website (e.g. in the online shop) to you or your internet browser each time you visit (e.g. so that the contents of the shopping basket are not lost). Session cookies are deleted after you close your internet browser. Permanent cookies are used to save your preferences (e.g. the language of the website) over several visits to our website, i.e. even after closing your internet browser, or to enable an automatic login. Permanent cookies will only be deleted after your internet browser has been set according to the settings (e.g. one month after your last visit).
You can delete existing session or permanent cookies in your internet browser at any time and deactivate the setting of further cookies in the settings of your browser. However, deactivating cookies may impair the functions of our website.
Right to information
Upon request, we will provide any data subject with information as to whether and, if so, which personal data about him or her is being processed (right to confirmation, right to information).
Upon your request
we will partially or completely refrain from processing personal data (right to withdraw your consent to the processing of personal data that is not absolutely necessary; right to be forgotten). We will also inform third parties to whom we have previously disclosed your personal data of your request to be forgotten.
we correct the relevant personal data (right to rectification);
restrict the processing of the personal data in question (right to restriction of processing; in this case, we will only store your personal data or use it to protect our legal rights or the rights of another person);
receive the personal data concerned in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format (right to data portability).
To make such a request to exercise a right described in this section, for example if you no longer wish to receive email newsletters from us or wish to delete your account, use the relevant function on our website or contact our Data Protection Officer or a member of staff as detailed in section 2 (Contact).
If we do not comply with a request, we will inform you of the reasons why. For example, we may legally refuse to delete your personal data if it is still needed for the original purposes (for example, if you are still receiving a service from us), if the processing is based on a compelling legal basis (for example, legal accounting requirements), or if we have an overriding interest of our own (such as in the case of litigation against the data subject).
If we claim an overriding interest in processing personal data against you, you still have the right to object to the processing if a different balance of interests arises from your particular situation compared to other data subjects (right to object). This could be the case, for example, if you are a person of public interest or the processing creates a risk that you will be harmed by third parties.
If you are not satisfied with our response to your request, you have the right to lodge a complaint with a competent supervisory authority, for example in your country of residence or at UNMEAT’s registered office (right to complain).
Applicable law and jurisdiction