There is no obligation to appoint a data protection delegate. Swiss data protection legislation guarantees privacy for the processing of data by people in Switzerland. However, the transfer of data abroad must ensure an adequate level of protection. Companies that provide publicly available electronic communications services also keep a precise list of data breaches, indicating the facts and concrete consequences of each violation, as well as measures taken to remedy or prevent the breach. These conditions are governed by Swiss law (excluding Swiss private law and international treaties, unless otherwise stated). Companies may process personal data without the consent of the person concerned in certain circumstances, in particular: Service credits encourage the provider to consistently achieve agreed service levels and facilitate partial compensation for the customer for the wrong services, without the need to claim damages or terminate the contract. These measures ensure a level of security commensurnable to the risks associated with the processing and the nature of the data to be protected in relation to the facilities and the costs of implementing companies. Specific security measures are taken for certain types of data and purposes of a personal nature (including sensitive data, recording of phone calls and video surveillance). 6.1 When we collect personal data, it is needed safely and securely, and not for longer than necessary, given why it was collected first.
Please note that the 2016/943 European Directive of 8 June 2016 on the protection of undisclosed know-how and business information (business secrets) against illegal acquisition, use and disclosure is not applicable in Switzerland. In addition, the client and supplier may decide to create a joint venture or enter into a joint venture or contract contract. The client can also create an offshore unit. As a general rule, the parties agree on the rights to use existing rights and the allocation of rights to materials developed under the outsourcing agreement (“work products”). In addition, it may be agreed, depending on the transaction, to transfer ownership during the investigation period or to grant licences. It is advisable to detail all intellectual property rights in the outsourcing agreement in order to avoid difficult whistleblowing negotiations. Specific rules also apply to the processing of personal data in