Last updated: 3rd December 2020
Artivive does not sell your personal data.
We, Artivive GmbH (“Artivive”), are a Viennese startup founded in 2017 aiming to change how art is created and consumed. We offer an easy-to-use augmented reality tool for artists to create, museums to expand, and galleries to impress. With Artivive, an existing artwork can be extended with a digital layer to create a unique interactive experience, connecting classical and digital art.
Artivive GmbH is the producer and owner of Artivive (collectively referred to here as the/our “Software” and the/our “Services”). We offer a free Application, Artivive, available on the Google Play and Apple App Stores and a content management system, called Bridge by Artivive, that links the two worlds.
WHAT IS PERSONAL DATA?
Information gathered from your visit doesn’t automatically identify you personally, such as your IP address, your operating system, your browser type and language, the date and time of your visit, the search term that led you to the site, your geographic region, the type of content you view, etc. This is done by assigning your computer one or more cookies which may collect information on how you use the site. For information on cookie use, please see the section below.
Personal information we do collect includes your name, email address, screen name, pictures and videos you upload, and your CV and other application materials. The collection is done through the process of registration for our services or applying for an open position at our company, and it is up to you how much information you are willing to provide us with. You have the option to share your social media handles with us (and more), but this information is not required. We might also ask for you to update personal information from time to time and recommend you do so for your own benefit.
THE PURPOSES FOR THE COLLECTION OF PERSONAL DATA
We only process your personal data for the specific reasons we collect it for and nothing else. We also do not process more data than is strictly necessary, periodically review the data and delete it when it is no longer needed. Our aim is to handle data with accuracy, transparency, and integrity.
These technologies are used to track your activity by collecting data for strictly necessary, functional purposes and internal marketing. We do not sell your personal data to others.
WHAT ARE COOKIES?
COOKIES AT A GLANCE
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Strictly necessary — These cookies are essential to the website working as intended. This includes: enabling pop-ups and help features; payment and transaction purposes; website navigation or conversion of videos (on bridge.artivive.com) and making it possible for users in China to access the website.
Functional — For a personalized user experience and to provide us with information to understand how we can improve our site. Within this category are features such as language preferences, dynamic forms, and remembering registration. By understanding how the site is used, we can improve your experience. These cookies also make it possible for you to share across other social platforms. These cookies are optional, and you have the option to disable them.
Marketing — Artivive does not sell data collected from cookies to any external companies for the purposes of targeted advertising. However, the cookies do help us promote Artivive to you through social platforms such as Facebook (for a period of 180 days) once you have expressed interest by visiting our site. These cookies are optional, and you can always choose to opt out.
USER CHOICES REGARDING COOKIES
You have the option to control or limit how cookies are used. Cookie selection is customizable and you are able to decline cookies at any point in your settings. However, if cookies are disabled, some features of the website may not function properly. Most devices and browsers accept cookies by default.
To disable Google Analytics using your data, you can install Google’s opt-out browser add-on. It can be found at tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
Browsers will allow you to choose your level of privacy in your settings. There you will be able to see what cookies you have and delete or block any cookies you don’t want.
For your benefit, see below a list of links for more information on managing popular browsers:
STORAGE AND SHARING
The personal information we gather is shared with our main servers located in Frankfurt. Content shared with our servers in China is limited to data and information collected from our users in China. It is stored for as long as you are registered with us.
In some cases, we may publicly display information that is not personally identifying in the aggregate, (e.g., by publishing a report on trends in the usage of our Services) or may provide the aggregate data to third parties. Artivive employees have access to some personal information, such as contact information, for the purposes of offering assistance and managing accounts. All employees work with discretion when it comes to sensitive information.
Your personal data will be stored for as long as you have an active account with Artivive and upon your request, we will delete your account and data within 30 days.
As a user of this and other websites, you have certain rights regarding your personal data under the GDPR. These eight rights are summarized below:
YOUNG PEOPLE AND CHILDREN IN EDUCATION
When registering for a Private Account, you confirm that you are of legal age (minimum 16) to form a binding contract and are not a person barred from receiving products or services under the laws of any applicable jurisdiction.
FOR CHILDREN UNDER 16
Children under the age of 16 are not permitted to register with a Private Account.
If you are under the age of 16 and using Artivive through your educational institution, none of your personally identifying data is collected, stored, or shared with anyone. Should you or your parents have any more questions, please contact us or your academic institution.
FOR YOUNG PERSONS
We are particularly interested in protecting privacy interests when working with younger people (aged 16 to 18) and have summarized the main points to do with privacy in this specific section of this policy for you.
KEY POINTS TO REMEMBER ARE:
Protecting your personal information is very important, so we have listed a resource for you and your parents to view: staysafeonline.org/stay-safe-online/managing-your-privacy/tips-parents-raising-privacy-savvy-kids/
HOW DO WE PREVENT HARM?
At Artivive, we try to ensure your personal data is protected to the best of our abilities and within our limitations. No data on the internet is ever 100% secure. While we recommend you act with caution, we cannot ensure, nor warrant that your data will stay safe and secure. By disclosing your information to us, you accept that you are providing us with personal information at your own risk. Your information may be stored in part/whole on equipment/facilities that are leased/licensed from others. Please see the statements of those hosts separately.
By using our websites/app you agree that we are not responsible for the storage/services of others. Any remedies will have to be sought out from those vendors, not Artivive.
We also take care to detect and prevent any possible criminal/fraudulent activity, breaches of our Terms & Conditions, or intellectual property infringements by monitoring the information you have provided. This is done for the purpose of harm prevention, security, and for the well-being of our users. In the case of Abuse Reports of our Services, Artivive will have to access your personal information in order to check and verify the received report. You will be duly informed during the procedure.
Please find the link to our Terms & Conditions at the footer of the artivive.com website.
CHANGES TO THE POLICY
This policy will occasionally be updated. The reason for this is to reflect changes that may occur in our practices and services. Any changes will revise the “last updated” at the top of the policy. Should there be any material changes or new features requiring consent from our users, we will notify you. It is recommended that you check this page regularly to keep informed about this.
Please find our contact details below:
Reindorfgasse 38/1/R01, 1150 Vienna, Austria
+43 1 2361682