Privacy Policy Summary


This Privacy Policy outlines how the research project legally located at University Zurich manages personal data. Notably, our website does not use cookies.

Core Principles

Security and Maintenance

We automatically collect data such as IP addresses and geographic locations to secure our website and systems. This data collection is essential for our legitimate interests in operating and protecting our website.

Response to Inquiries

When you contact us, we may need personal details (e.g., name, contact information) to respond effectively. This processing is based on our legitimate interest and, where sensitive data is involved, your explicit consent.

Transaction Processing

For service fulfillment, we gather necessary personal data (e.g., contact details, transaction history). This use is contractually based.

Personalized Experience

To serve you better, we may collect data on your preferences and interactions with us. This collection is either based on legitimate interest or your consent.


We analyze website use to improve our services, which may involve combining data from various sources. This process is based on legitimate interest or consent.


We don't sell your data or use it for third-party marketing without your explicit consent. Advertisements for our services are based on your site usage, within legal and consent-based frameworks.

Data Retention

Your data is stored as needed for specific purposes, generally up to three years post our last interaction, or longer if legally required.

Your Rights

You have rights to access, correct, transfer, object to processing, and erase your personal data under GDPR if you're in the EEA. Contact us to exercise these rights.

Data Security

We strive to protect your data but cannot guarantee its absolute security. We advise taking personal data protection measures.


This Privacy Policy may be updated. We recommend regular review. The last update date is noted at the document's top.

Legal Framework

Our data processing aligns with GDPR Articles 6 and 9, respecting both legitimate interests and consent for processing personal data.


For more information or to exercise your data rights, please contact us directly.


We are open for possible research collaborations.

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