Media Proprietor and Publishers:
Fuschlsee Tourismus GmbH
Purpose of the business:
The general promotion of tourism and leisure industry in the Fuschlseeregion, especially of the marketing and development of tourism, the training and education of the employees of the tourist organisations and other measures serving tourism and leisure industry.
Graphic and Design
TTG Tourismus Technologie GmbH
Freistädter Straße 119, 4041 Linz
Tel.: +43 732 7277-300
The websites listed above are independent information and presentation media with booking tools to promote the above-mentioned fields of activity.
Despite maximum care and attention having been taken for the choice and completion of this information, as is standard liability in no way or form can be accepted for any possible mistakes still appearing in the contents of this material.
For the contents of all links leading to pages outside of the website www.fuschlsee.salzkammergut.at no liability is accepted and each respective service supplier is responsible for the contents of the information on those sites.
The entire website of Fuschlsee Tourismus GmbH is protected by copyright. Fuschlsee Tourismus GmbH thus possesses, if not explicitly stated otherwise, the copyright of all documents/contents/data (texts, pictures, illustrations, graphics, image, sound and video materials etc.) that are provided on its website. No one is granted a licence or other right regarding all rights of these contents/data (e.g. ownership, intellectual property rights, copyright). These contents/data may only be used if expressly consented in writing by Fuschlsee Tourismus GmbH. Without the existence of such a written consent any use/utilization of contents/data of the website of Fuschlsee Tourismus GmbH is illegal and chargeable. This applies especially to any duplication, saving and processing in electronic systems and any other use/utilization of contents/data of this website imaginable. The use of labels (e.g. brands, logos etc.) is also specifically prohibited, irrespective of the presence of a ® or ™ symbol. All these regulations also apply to software that can be directly or indirectly accessed from the website of SalzkammFuschlsee Tourismus GmbH.
Any user of the website of Fuschlsee Tourismus GmbH, who in whatever form provides texts/parts of texts/photos/videos/content (e.g. blog articles), gives – with the provision - his/her authorization and consent that Fuschlsee Tourismus GmbH receives unlimited rights of these data and can use it in whichever way it wants to and that these data are not subject to confidentiality. Thus with the provision of data the respective user accepts that Fuschlsee Tourismus GmbH has the exclusive right, throughout the universe in perpetuity to use the work in terms of art. 24 para. 1 of the Copyright Law and thus Fuschlsee Tourismus GmbH has the unlimited right to edit these data, especially in respect to translations, editorial shortages and resulting changes of the content and the right to utilize these changed data without restrictions (art. 14 para. 2 copyright law). These regulations apply especially to data of photographic works (photos, videos etc.) in respect to adjustments and changes of format and resolution and the use of sections of photographic works. Every user that puts data/information, especially texts, pictures etc., on the website of Fuschlsee Tourismus GmbH there with expressly waives his/her right to have their name published according to art. 20 para. 1 of the copyright law.
With the placement of the data users also confirm that the data (text, images, etc.) put on the website of Fuschlsee Tourismus GmbH do not impinge upon the rights of third parties and do not violate any other law and order. Users/data providers declare to indemnify and hold Fuschlsee Tourismus GmbH harmless in respect to legal proceedings and claims/liabilities, should third parties claim against Fuschlsee Tourismus GmbH because of these data provided by third parties. Austrian right applies in relation to this data provision and in case of disputes in connection with the data provision the relevant court responsible for Bad Ischl is understood to be agreed on.
Fuschlsee Tourismus GmbH explicitly reserves the right to change or complete the information/data provided on its website without prior announcement. Fuschlsee Tourismus GmbH repudiates any liability for incorrect or missing information on its website, and also for any direct or tangible damage or consequential damage or any other damage that for whatever reason results in connection with direct or indirect use of the contents/data provided on the website of Fuschlsee Tourismus GmbH. Fuschlsee Tourismus GmbH assumes no liability and/or guarantee for the up-to-dateness, correctness and completeness of the contents/data provided; this also applies especially to all other websites that are hyperlinked; the connection to these sites is at the user’s own risk and the regulations of this third provider apply exclusively and have to be respected.
This website uses Google Analytics, a web analysis service of Google Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses so-called cookies, which are text files that are saved on your computer and make an analysis of your use of the website possible. The information generated by the cookies regarding your use of the website (including your IP address) is transferred to a server of Google’s in the USA and saved there. Google will use this information to analyse your use of the website, to compile reports about the website activities for the website operator and to provide further services associated with the use of the website and of the Internet. Oberösterreich Tourismus only uses these data to optimise its website and to conduct market research.
Google will also transfer this information to third parties if this is legally stipulated or if third parties process these data on behalf of Google. Further information about Google Analytics is available on the Internet or at www.google.com/analytics.
Data protection is of great importance to Oberösterreich Tourismus. We therefore use the “_anonymizeIp()” function, which abbreviates IP addresses and excludes a personal association. The collection and storage of data can be objected to at any time regarding future use. In addition, you have the possibility to stop tracking completely. To do so, you just have to click on the “Deactivate” button. In order for the objection to take lasting effect, your browser has to accept cookies. Alternatively, you can object to data collection by using a Google browser plugin:https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
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“Cookies” are small text files that are saved on your access device (computer, smartphone, etc.) and enable an analysis of the use of the website. They support the user friendliness of the website and thus the users themselves (e.g. storage of login data) and serve the collection of statistical data on the utilisation of the website as well as the analysis of an improvement of the offer.
You can influence the application of Cookies by configuring your browser accordingly; browsers usually contain options with which you can restrict the storage of Cookies or prevent it entirely. Moreover, you can delete saved Cookies at any time. The user receives the information that the use of the website may be limited. Online display Cookies of companies can often be managed via the US-American website www.aboutads.info or via the EU website www.youronlinechoices.com.
Our Internet presentation uses several plug-ins of Facebook, Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA. You recognize these plug-ins by the blue “F” of Facebook or by the word “Facebook”. If you enter our website a connection to the servers of Facebook is made and data is transmitted via these plug-ins. On the one hand the information that you see is transmitted directly from the servers to your browser and depicted there, on the other hand information on your visit on our website is transmitted to Facebook. If you are logged into Facebook the transmitted information can be directly allocated to your account. If you interact with the plug-in function, e.g. by clicking the “Like” button, these information is sent via your browser directly to Facebook and stored there. Further processing of the data is up to Facebook, the corresponding conditions and setting options can be taken from the data protection notice of Facebook. If you object to have personal information transmitted to Facebook, log out from Facebook before visiting our website.
Use of the “+1”-Buttons:
Our website uses the “+1” button of the social network of Google Plus, which is run by Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States ("Google"). The button is identified by the sign “+1” against a white or coloured background. Your browser directly connects to the servers of Google if you enter a website of our internet presentation that boasts such a button. Contents of the “+1” button are delivered to your browser directly by Google and incorporated by it into the website. Thus we have no influence on the amount of data that Google collects with this button, yet we assume that your IP address is also collected. The purpose and scope of the data collection and the further processing and use of the data by Google can be taken from Google’s data protection notice at: http://www.google.com/intl/de/+/policy/+1button.html , just like your rights and possibilities to adjust the settings to protect your privacy. If you are a member of Google Plus and do object to Google’s collecting your data via our Internet presentation and you are connected to Google with your member data, you have to log out of Google Plus before visiting our website.
Information on Online Dispute Resolution gem. Art. 14 para 1 ODR-VO.:
The European Commission offers the possibility for online dispute resolution on one of their powered platform (so-called. "ODR platform"). The OS platform can serve as a focal point for the extra-judicial settlement of disputes arising from online sales contracts or service contracts. This platform can be reached via the external link http://ec.europa.eu/consumer/odr .