International Rheinberger Competition for Organ

2022 | Vaduz, Principality of Liechtenstein

Data Privacy statement

Version: 31 December 2018

Thank you for visiting the Rheinberger Competition website.

In accordance with the European GDPR, the International Rheinberger Competition for Organ is responsible for all matters concerning the protection of your personal data.

St. Florinsgasse 1
LI - 9490 Vaduz


Data protection is important to us, so we would like to provide the following information on the handling of the personal data of users of this website.

Personal data – what are these?

Personal data are all items of information which can be used to identify you as a user of this website, or which make you otherwise identifiable.

What data are collected, and why?

Visiting our website

When the website is accessed, the browser automatically conveys data. For the operation of a website, it is absolutely necessary that the server which delivers the content is technically sound and should function securely, and that wrongful conduct is documented and can be traced back. For this reason, and exclusively for this purpose, some of these data are automatically stored in server log files and deleted after 14 days. The server of the company Hetzner Online GmbH is based in Germany, and is managed by the Austrian company studio.rubenz.

These data include:


This site does not use cookies.


If you write to us at the e-mail address on the website, we will use and store the data you supply only for the purpose of processing your request.

If you apply to enter the competition, we will use and store the data you supply only for the purpose of administrating your possible participation in the competition, and to organise the competition according to our conditions for participation.

The legal basis for the processing of your enquiry/application is Art. 6 § 1 (a) GDPR.

Data security

We use the https protocol for the transfer of our website. This means that data exchanged between server and browser will be encrypted. The use of https is identifiable in that the internet address in the address bar of your browser is preceded by https (instead of http). In addition, most modern browsers also show a secure connection (e.g. by a key or padlock icon).

We also put in place further appropriate technical and organisational security measures in order to protect your data against random or deliberate manipulation, partial or total loss, destruction or unauthorised access by third parties. These security measures undergo continuous improvement in line with technological developments.

Your rights

You have the following rights with regard to your personal data:

In addition, you have the right to make a complaint to the Liechtenstein data protection authority.

If you have any questions about data protection, of if you wish to exercise any of the above-mentioned rights, please write to us at

Alterations in the data protection statement may become necessary. The latest version, as given here, will be valid.