Data protection and security (in particular confidentiality and integrity) are a high priority for Swiss Aids Federation.
We have taken appropriate technical and organisational security measures to protect your data from accidental or deliberate manipulation, loss, destruction or access by unauthorised persons. Our security measures are continually being improved in line with developments in technology.
Purpose of the website
The purpose of the Swiss Aids Federation is to provide reliable information to the general population about the transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases, and to give people who live with HIV and AIDS basic knowledge about the various aspects of the disease.
Purpose / disclosure to third parties / storage / deletion of data
General enquiries using the contact form
We require certain personal data to enable us to process enquiries. To handle general enquiries, we need at least a valid e-mail address so that we can ask for further details if anything is unclear. This e-mail address can also be anonymous. No data are disclosed to third parties.
The Swiss AIDS Federation also recommends to users, who wish to remain as anonymous as possible, to create an anonymous webmail address (e.g. hotmail.com, gmx.ch, etc.).
Web analysis by Google Analytics
We use Google Analytics for our web statistics and in order to continually improve our online offer.
Extract from the terms and conditions for the use of the Google Analytics service
Certain pages on our website give you the option of sending us an e-mail. Your own e-mail software will be used for this. Your mail will be sent to us from your computer or smartphone, via the internet. The Swiss AIDS Federation supports secure e-mail using the TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2 protocols. If your provider permits only an obsolete form of encryption (SSLv1, SSLv2) or none at all, your message will be sent to us in unencrypted form. Please note that data which is sent unencrypted by mail via the internet is unsecured. In privacy terms it is comparable to sending a postcard. It cannot be ruled out that unauthorised third parties may read or change the data that you send.
Please note that some links take you away from our website. We cannot take responsibility for further content.
Tel. 044 447 11 11
Fax 044 447 11 12