Legal Notice & Data Protection

Duty to inform according to article 5 of the E-Commerce Act, article 14 of the Austrian Commercial Code and article 63 of the Industrial Code

Duty of disclosure according to article 25 of the Media Act


Trade name

GORNIK translators for industry GmbH
Limited liability company


Blumenstraße 12
A-4484 Kronstorf

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Company Information

Managing Director: Mag. Elisabeth Gornik

Field of business: Language service provider

VAT-No: ATU64808747
Commercial register no.: 325134p

Company accounts registrar: Steyr

Member of Economic Chamber for Upper Austria, provider of commercial services

The current legal provisions may be viewed here:

Information regarding online dispute resolution: Consumers have the right to address complaints to the EU online dispute resolution platform:

Photos: Uschi Wolf, Trumpf Gruppe, Hargassner GmbH, Ocilion GmbH, Robart GmbH, Kreisel Electric

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Privacy Policy

Protecting your data is a top priority for us. We only store your data in accordance with the relevant legal provisions (GDPR and the Austrian Telecommunications Act (TKG) 2003).

To make sure you are fully informed about the use of your personal data, please read the privacy policy below.

This section describes the data protection provisions which apply when you visit this website.

Personal data:

Personal data which you transmit electronically on this website, such as your name, email address or other personal details, will only be used for the purposes indicated, will be securely stored, and will not be passed onto third parties. The provider automatically collects information and stores it on their web server, such as your web browser, operating system, referring page, IP address, time of visit etc.

It is not possible to link this data to particular persons without checking additional data sources, and we do not analyse this data unless this website is used illegally.

Form data and comments:

If you enter data into forms, the data you provide will be stored for 12 months to allow us to handle your request and any subsequent questions. We will not pass this data on.


This website does not use any analysis or tracking cookies.

We only use cookies which are necessary for the website to function.

Cookies are small files which allow this website to store specific information relating to the user on the visitor’s computer while they visit the website. Cookies help us to determine how often websites are visited, and by how many users. This involves both session cookies, which are only stored temporarily while you are using the website, and permanent cookies, which capture information on visitors who access the website repeatedly. The content of a permanent cookie is limited to an identification number. It does not store your name, IP address or similar. You can deactivate the storage of cookies in your browser, limit it to particular websites, or configure your web browser (Chrome, IE, Firefox etc.) to notify you whenever a cookie is sent. You can also erase cookies from your computer’s hard drive at any time.

However, please be advised that this may limit display and user control of our site.

Google services:

Our site uses the following Google services:

Typefaces from Google Fonts: Google Fonts is a service by Google Inc. (“Google”) These web fonts are integrated via a request to a server, generally a Google server in the USA. This informs the server which of our pages have been visited. Your IP address is sent to Google.

Our site uses Google Maps to display map information. When you use Google Maps, Google also collects, processes, and uses data regarding visitors’ use of the maps function.

You can find Google Maps’ terms of use here:

You can find more detailed information in Google’s privacy policy:

There, you can change your settings in the privacy centre to manage and protect your data.


We collect anonymised user statistics (i.e. your IP address cannot be traced) on our website.


Right of access:

You have the legal right to be informed, to rectification, to erasure, to restrict processing, to data portability, to withdraw consent, and to object, unless a statutory retention obligation contradicts one of these rights.

If you believe that the processing of your data violates data protection law or that your rights under data protection law have been infringed, you can complain to the competent supervisory authority. In Austria, this is the Data Protection Authority (Datenschutzbehörde).

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.