Data Protection Statement

Welcome to the website of the ATILA. ATILA takes data protection very seriously; in this statement, we explain which user data are collected, processed, and disclosed by ATILA, and for what purpose, and we describe the measures taken to safeguard the security of these data. All measures conform to the prevailing provisions on the  data protection.

Object of Data Protection

Data protection serves to protect the privacy of individuals. It requires data processors to act lawfully, and confers enforceable rights to the affected persons with regard to the processing of their personal data. Section 3 of the Canton of Zurich’s Act on Information and Data Protection (Gesetz über die Information und den Datenschutz [IDG ZH]) defines personal data as any information related to an identified or identifiable individual. This includes details such as names, addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail or IP addresses.

Collecting, Processing, and Storing Data

The ATILA website does not collect,

Consent to Further Use of Data

Use of specific functions or services on the ATILA website (e.g. newsletters, contact forms, and web applications) may require further collection, processing, and long-term storage of personal data such as names, addresses, and e-mail addresses. By entering and sending this data, you give your consent for this information to be processed.

Disclosure of Personal Data

Personal data will be disclosed to the third parties (e.g. other authorities) only if required by binding legal provisions (e.g. the ruling of an authority, court orders) or for the purposes of legal or criminal prosecution. Personal data will not be disclosed to third parties for other purposes.

Nevertheless, ATILA may commission service providers to process data collected via the ATILA website for the purposes described above. Legal, technical, and organizational measures will be put in place requiring ATILA and external service providers to comply with the relevant provisions of data protection law.

Tracking Settings

Visits to pages and elements clicked within pages are logged and analyzed


No cookies are used or set on ATILA websites.

Links to the External Websites

The data protection statement applies only to the ATILA web page. In the case of links providing access to external sites, please refer to the data protection policies of the providers in question. ATILA is not responsible for the content or for the data protection policies of these providers. In particular, ATILA cannot guarantee that content provided by other providers is free of malware.

Use of Social Media Plugins

The ATILA website does not use additional programs in the form of so-called social media plugins that send IP addresses direct to the providers of social networks. The buttons that appear on the ATILA website are merely links to the corresponding social network providers

Use of External Search Engines

ATILA does not use any External Search Engines


ATILA undertakes technical and organizational security measures to ensure that the data it collects and processes via the ATILA website remain confidential and are safeguarded from accidental or unauthorized access, changes or disclosure, loss, and destruction; moreover, only the persons who require access to personal data due to their job and work-related duties are granted access on a need-to-know basis.

The measures selected depend on the type of information, the type and purpose of use, and the technology available.


ATILA reserves the right to amend this data protection statement at any time with future effect if the implementation of new technologies or the legal situation so requires. For this reason, we advise you to check the data protection statement on a regular basis. 

Right to Information

If you would like to be provided with the  information on data relating to your person that has been collected and processed, if you want such data to be corrected, destroyed, or blocked, or if you have further questions on the use of such data, please contact the ATILA.

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