The operator and controller of the website evatestor.at ("the website"), Eva Testor, uses your personal data in accordance with legal regulations and exclusively for the purpose for which you provided them. In addition, data recording your use of this website is collected by the server, but do not allow any direct conclusions about your person and identity. This privacy policy informs you about to which extent your personal data is collected and used by the website controller and your rights as a data subject in accordance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Austrian Data Protection Act (DSG).

The provider, who as the processor provides hosting to this website (webagentur.at Internet Services GmbH, A-2500 Baden), collects data about accesses to the website and saves them as "server log files". The following data is logged:

  • Website visited
  • Time of website access
  • Amount of data sent in bytes
  • Source / link from which you accessed the page
  • Browser
  • Operating system
  • IP address
This log file data is continuously recorded and deleted after a specified period of time. They serve exclusively to have appropriate evidence and to take countermeasures in the event of technical errors and illegal interventions. All other uses of this data are excluded by the website controller and not part of the contract to the provider. You can prevent further server-side recording of your user behavior on this website only by leaving the website. By continuing to use this website, you consent to the recording and use of your usage data to the extent described above.

This website does not use cookies or similar browser-based logging procedures.

Personal data is any information that refers to you and, being processed, is likely to identify you as a person - such as your name, e-mail address, or telephone number. The website controller collects your personal data solely on the basis of your consent, which is explicitly or implicitly given by sending a request to the website controller, by responding to her invitation to claim a specific service, such as receiving a DVD, or by announcing publicly your intention to get in contact, providing your contact details and the purpose of the contact (eg., a film production).

The website controller stores the contact information you have provided locally and, for a limited time, on the mail server, and uses it exclusively to respond to inquiries or to initiate or subsequently fulfill a contract.
With the voluntary disclosure of your contact details described above, you agree that in the event of a contract, the website operator will submit such contact information and certain parameters of the contract such as title, duration and type of production or characteristics of the product shipped, remunerated service and amount of remuneration to authorized authorities who are required to maintain confidentiality with third parties, only for the purpose of fulfilling legal requirements.
Apart from that, such data will not be disclosed to third parties. The website, especially in the sections "News" and "Filmography", will only publish data that has already been published elsewhere by mutual consent or has been authorized by the owners of this data for the purpose of publication.

As a data subject in the sense of the EU GDPR, you can request free information about the personal data stored by the website controller using the e-mail address stated on the "Contact" and "Legal" pages. You also have the right to correct incorrect data and may restrict or terminate the further processing of your data, as long as this does not obstruct fulfilling the website controller's obligations from a contract or the proper termination of an upright contractual relationship. If your request does not contradict a legal duty to store data (e.g. retention of financial data), you are also entitled to delete your personal data within a reasonable period of time. You have the opportunity to report suspected or evident misuse of your data to the Austrian Data Protection Authority in accordance with data protection law. In the case of unfounded or excessive use of the right to information in the sense of Art. 12 (5) EU-GDPR, the website controller may, however, refuse the information or charge an appropriate fee.