Agentur Dymotions – Werbe und Grafik Design – Mersad Lahouti
Damböckgasse 2/ 21/
1060 , Wien
UID Number: ATU73252357
WKO Membership number: 0889315
CEO/Geschäftsführer: Mersad Lahouti
Dymotions is 100% independent and owner managed.
// Due to Dymotions attaches great importance to your personal data, we would like to inform you about the usage while visiting the website.
// Access Data and Logfiles
We gather data on the basis of legitimate interests in accordance to DSGVO Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f. about every access to the server in service (so-called server log files). The access data include the name of the requested website, data file, date and time of access, transferred amount of data, message about successful call, browser type version, the users` operating system, referrer URL (previously visited page), IP-address as well as the requesting provider. For safety reasons (f.e. for the purpose of clearing up misuse or fraud in connection with the access) log file information are stored for a maximum of seven days and deleted afterwards. Data, for which a storage for evidence is necessary, is excluded from erasure until clarification of the incident
// Google Analytics
This information will used in our Google account to evaluate the usage of our online services by users, to compile reports about activities within our online services and to perform further services associated with usage of our online services and internet use. Thereby processed data can be used to create user profiles by using pseudonyms. We use Google Analytics to display advertisements within the ad services of Google and their partners only to users, which have shown interest in our online services or show certain characters (for instance interest in certain topics or products, which are determined by the visited website). By using Remarketing Audiences we like to ensure that our ads correspond with the users potential interest and are not annoying. We only use Google Analytics with activated IP anonymisation. This means, that the user‘s IP address will be shortened within the Member States of the European Union or in different Contracting States, which are parties to the Agreement on the European Economic Area Only in exceptional cases the full IP address will be transmitted and shortened on a Google server in the US. The user’s transmitted IP address will not be merged with other data from Google. The user can prevent the storage of the cookie through deactivating the corresponding option in their browser system settings. In addition to that, the user has the possibility to prevent data capture through the cookie, so that no data will be processed by Google, by downloading and installing this Browser-Plugin available following this link:
Further information on data usage by Google, settings and possibility to request can be found on the following websites:
„data usage by Google, when using one of our websites or apps of our partners“, http://www.google.com/policies/technologies/ads
(„data usage for advertising purposes “)
(„administer information used by Google to display ads“).
Within our online services, based on our legitimate interest (interest of analysis, economic and efficient operations for our online services, we us „Facebook-Pixel“ run by social network Facebook of Facebook Inc., 1 Hacker Way, Menlo Park, CA 94025, USA, or if you are a resident in the European Union, Facebook Ireland Ltd., 4 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbour, Dublin 2, Ireland. Facebook is certified in accordance with the privacy-shield agreement which guarantees to abide the european data protection law
By usage of Facebook-Pixel it is possible for Facebook to determine the visitors of our online services as target audience for displaying advertisements („Facebook-Ads“). We use Facebook- Pixel to display Facebook-Ads to Facebook-users, which have shown interest in our online services or show certain characters (for instance interest in certain topics or products, which are determined by the visited website), which we transmit to Facebook (so called „Custom Audiences“). By using Facebook-Pixel we like to ensure that our Facebook-Ads correspond with the users potential interest and are not annoying. With Facebook-Pixel we also can determine the effectiveness of our Facebook-Ads for statistical and market research purposes – this way we can see if the user has been forwarded to our website via Facebook-Ad (so called „Conversion“).
When visiting our websites Facebook-Pixel will immediately be incorporated and a cookie – a small file will, can be secured on the user’s device. If you are subsequently logging in on Facebook or visiting already logged-in, the visit of our online service will be secured in your profile. The collected personal data is anonymous for us hence the user can not be identified by us. However Facebook secures and processes the data, so a connection can be made to a certain user profile which is used by Facebook and us for their own market research and advertising purposes. If data is sent to Facebook for comparison, it will be encrypted locally on the user’s browser and afterwards an encrypted transfer to Facebook, using a secured HTTPS connection, will take place. This only is the case if encrypted data needs to be in comparison with similar encrypted data of Facebook. Based on our legitimate interest we use a service called „Custom Audiences from File“ from Facebook, Inc.
Here mail-addresses of newsletter recipients are uploaded on Facebook. The upload process is encrypted. The purpose of the upload is to determine recipients of our Facebook-Ads. This way we like to ensure, that ads are only displayed to users, that have shown interest in our information and services. The processing of data by Facebook takes place within the the scope of Facebooks data use policy. Appropriate instructions for the display of Facebook-Ads can be found in the Facebook data use policy:
Specific information and details about FacebookPixel and their operating principle can be found in the help section of Facebook:
You can object to the collection of data via Facebook-Pixel and the processing of your data to display Facebook-Ads. To adjust the settings concerning which advertisements are shown on Facebook, you can visit Facebooks dedicated page and follow the instructions to change the settings for usage based advertisements:
These settings take place platform independent – that means, that changes apply to all kinds of devices (PC, mobile devices, etc.). Note: Please take into account, that Facebook does not feature an Opt-Out option at the time of writing – therefore it has to be implied by yourself. In case of disagreement, you must remove the particular passage. If you want to object to the usage of cookies, which are used for range measurement and advertising purposes, you can visit the Opt-Out page of the Network Advertising Initiative
as well as the US-American website
or the european website
// Third Party Services and Content
Based on our legitimate interest (interest of analysis, economic and efficient operations for our online services in accordance to DSGVO Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f.) we use third party content offerings and services to corporate their content offerings and services, for instance corporation videos and fonts (throughout consistently used as content). This assumes that third parties of this content use the user’s IP-address because the content can’t be sent to the browser without an IP-address. Therefore, an IP-address is needed for displaying content. We attempt to only use content, where the provider merely uses an IP-address for delivering content. Third parties can use so called Pixel-Tags (invisible graphics or code, also known as „Web Beacons “) as well for stastical or marketing purposes. With the help of „Pixel-Tags“ information like traffic of visitors can be analyzed on subsites of the website. The pseudonymous data can be stored in cookies on the user’s device and include technical information about the browser and operating system, referring websites, time of access, as well as further information about usage of our online services. This information is used to be connected with other information from different sources.
The following description gives an overview over third parties and their respective content, including a link to their respective privacy policies, which contains further information on data processing and, as partly mentioned above, contradictory possibilities (so called Opt-Out):
// User Rights
Upon request users have the right to receive information on the stored personalized data free of charge. Further users have the right on rectification of incorrect data, limitations of processing and deletion of personalized data if they assert their rights to data portability and lodge a complaint with the competent regulatory authority in the event of unlawful processing. Likewise, users can revoke consent generally with implications for the future.