Privacy policy

Privacy policy on the VIEDEX!-project’s website

VIEDEX!-project (hereinafter “VIEDEX”) collects information about the users of its website. Processing of user data helps develop the technical maintenance and evolution of the VIEDEX website. The primary purpose is to improve services on the website. Furthermore, VIEDEX collects user data for communications and marketing maintenance, analysis and development.

User data statistics application

The website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics and visitor tracking application. The application collects statistical data anonymously without identifying individual visitors. Data is collected with the help of cookies. Further information on cookies is set out below. If you would like to receive more information on Google Analytics, please visit:

You have the possibility to opt out of Google Analytics tracking by installing the Google Analytics OptOut Browser Add-On by visiting the Google Analytics opt-out page:

If you visit our website and your browser is set to accept cookies, we deem this to constitute an approval of our use of cookies.

Social media community services

On the VIEDEX website, there are third-party social media components connecting with social media community services, such as YouTube and H5P. The plugins on our website are downloaded from the servers of the respective service providers. Community service plugins may collect data about visits to this site in accordance with the terms and conditions of use and privacy policy of the respective community service. In the case of third-party applications, the terms and conditions of use and privacy policies of the respective third party will apply.


We use cookies on our website. Cookies are small text files that are sent to and stored on the user’s computer. Cookies enable site administrators to recognise frequent visitors, make it easier for users to sign in on websites, and collect aggregated information about visitors.

This feedback enables us to continually improve our website. Cookies do not harm users’ computers or files.

We use the following cookies:

  • sessionid: session identifier
  • Google Analytics cookie __utma: distinguishes users and sessions
  • Google Analytics cookie __utmb: determines sessions
  • Google Analytics cookie __utmz: monitors traffic sources and navigation
  • Google Analytics cookie __utmv: monitors variable user data