Statistical analysis of use
When you visit our website, the servers automatically record information of a general nature about your navigation in the form of cookies. The statistical analysis of this information allows for the continuous improvement of the website and is currently being carried out by Google Analytics. The implementation of an internal statistical analysis system is planned.
The data collected is anonymised, and we do not analyse individual clickstreams. We neither share the information gathered with other organisations for commercial purposes, nor do we pass it on to other sites.
The information collected includes:
– the date of your visit;
– the URL from which visited the site;
– the type of browser you are using;
– the operating system of your computer;
– the domain name of your Internet service provider;
– the time you spend on the site;
– the time spent on each page visited;
– what you click on, on each page visited;
– the destination site when you leave the site.
On your first visit, you may see a message at the bottom of the screen about the use of these cookies. We then store a cookie so that your computer knows you have seen this message and does not display it again on your next visit.
Keeping your data safe
Transmitting information over the Internet is generally not completely secure, and we cannot guarantee the security of data transmissions entered by users. All data transmitted is at the user’s own risk.
Disclosure of your information
Links to other sites
All the content in the upskills.ch website is protected by copyright law.
The downloading or copying of texts, illustrations or other data is not permitted unless expressly stated otherwise and does not entail any transfer of rights to the contents.
Printing does not entail any transfer of rights to the contents.
The reproduction, transmission, modification, or use for public or commercial purposes of copyrighted content – including source codes – is subject to prior written approval.
Right of access and correction
In accordance with the provisions of the cantonal law of 5 October 2001 on public information, access to documents, and the protection of personal data, any interested party may request in writing that the data concerning him or her be communicated and, if necessary, updated or corrected.
To secure your computer and contribute to internet security, install a firewall, anti-virus software, and anti-spyware. When entering your data, make sure you are in secure mode (https).
Applicable law and competent courts
Swiss law is applicable to this website according to the general conditions presented above. In the event of a dispute, the courts in Geneva shall have sole jurisdiction.