1. Basics
These conditions of use apply to the use of the HECH Historical Railways website, as well as all domain addresses within the HECH (for example, name.hech.ch).

As far as data or information is concerned, digital content of various kinds, such as works (eg pictures and other graphical representations, texts, music), programs, are referred toas data below .

2. Data processing and data protection
For security considerations and anonymous statistical surveys, the system stores access data that can identify the user: IP address, date and time of access, retrieved files, access status, selected pages, transferred data, accessed page, top level domain, browser used, operating system used.

HECH protects all log data from unauthorized persons and does not disclose it to third parties. There is no personal data analysis.

Explicitly permitted uses: The citation with sources as well as the setting of links to the HECH website or individual sub addresses is expressly permitted.

3. Warranty
HECH and their dependents have taken due care to the correctness, completeness and permissibility of the published data.

A guarantee for the correctness, completeness and permissibility of the data published on the website and references can not be asssured.

HECH shall only be liable for the content and observance of the relevant provisions insofar as it is aware of an illegal content and can be held responsible according to the relevant law.

HECH reserves the right to change, delete, or temporarily not publish any content of the website without notice.

Liability claims against HECH due to damages of a material or immaterial nature resulting from unauthorized access or unauthorized use of the published data, misuse of the IT resources or technical disturbances are excluded.

HECH has not checked and does not assume any responsibility for the content or the services offered on it by third-party websites which are not on the servers or in the sphere of influence of HECH or which are linked to this website via linking.

4. Other provisions
The applicable law is Swiss law, in particular the provisions of the provisions for the protection of intellectual property and personal property as well as the relevant criminal provisions.