Privacy Policy

Medical Devices Manufacturer
contextflow GmbH
Margaretenstraße 70/2/8
1050 Vienna, AUSTRIA

Markus Holzer

Data Privacy Officer
Nilaykumar Patel

contextflow (“We”, “us”, “our”) takes the privacy of personal data seriously. We treat personal data confidentiality in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and this Privacy Statement.

By voluntarily providing us with personal data through the usage of our website or its services, you (“visitor”) consent to the storage and processing of your data in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

We use “cookies” on this site. A cookie is a piece of data stored on a site visitor’s hard drive to help us improve your access to our site and identify repeat visitors. Cookies are used to track and target the interests of our users to enhance the experience on our site. Usage of a cookie is in no way linked to any personally identifiable information on our site. You can decline and restrict the usage of cookies or delete them through your personal browser settings.

Plausible Analytics
We use Plausible Analytics Plausible Analytics is an open-source project dedicated to making web analytics more privacy-friendly. Plausible Analytics minimizes data collection in general and whatever Plausible Analytics tracks is kept fully secured, encrypted and hosted on a server in the European Union to ensure it is being covered by the strict laws on data privacy. Plausible Analytics does not use cookies and does not generate any persistent identifiers. Plausible Analytics generates a random string of letters and numbers that is used to calculate unique visitors on a website and reset this string once per day. All the data is isolated to a single day only, therefore, there is no way to know whether a person comes back to a site on another day. Plausible Analytics does not share or send the data to any advertising companies or any other third-parties in general. The data is not monetized, mined and harvested for personal and behavioral trends. By using Plausible Analytics, all the site measurement is carried out absolutely anonymously. Plausible Analytics measures only the most essential data points and nothing else. All the metrics Plausible Analytics does collect fit on one single page. Here is the complete list of what Plausible Analytics collects and
stores about the website visitors1:


Counting unique visitors is an integral part of web analytics. Plausible attempts to strike a
reasonable balance between de-duplicating pageviews and staying respectful of visitor privacy.
Plausible Analytics does not attempt to generate a device-persistent identifier because they are
considered personal data under GDPR. Plausible Analytics does not use cookies, browser cache
nor the local storage. Plausible Analytics does not store, retrieve nor extract anything from
visitor’s devices.

Every single HTTP request sends the IP address and the User-Agent to the server so that’s what
we use. Plausible Analytics generates a daily changing identifier using the visitor’s IP address and
User-Agent. To anonymize these datapoints and make them impossible to relate back to the user,
Plausible Analytics runs them through a hash function with a rotating salt.

hash(daily_salt + website_domain + ip_address + user_agent)

This generates a random string of letters and numbers that is used to calculate unique visitor
numbers for the day. The raw data IP address and User-Agent are never stored in our logs,
databases or anywhere on disk at all. Old salts are deleted every 24 hours to avoid the possibility
of linking visitor information from one day to the next. Forgetting used salts also removes the
possibility of the original IP addresses being revealed in a brute-force attack. The raw IP address
and User-Agent are rendered completely inaccessible to anyone, including Plausible Analytics

Above information has been extracted from the websites: &

Mailing List
Visitors of our website have the option to subscribe to our mailing list. To provide that service, we store and process the subscribers email address. We furthermore store the subscribers IP address, date and time of subscription in order to be able to verify the authenticity of the subscription.

To provide that service, we use ActiveCampaign from ActiveCampaign, LLC, which also stores and process the data collected on our behalf.

A subscriber is able unsubscribe from our mailing list at any time, whereby all data collected in this context is deleted.

Storage and Processing of Anonymized Data
We automatically generate and store anonymized information from visitors of our website in internal log files, such as:

  • Type and version of your browser
  • Type and version of your operating system
  • URL from the site you reached our website (referral-URL)
  • Date and time of your visit
  • Subpages visited

This information is stored and processed for statistical purposes in anonymized form exclusively, so that it cannot be assigned to individual persons.

External Websites
This privacy policy specifically does not apply to external sites linked on this site. We recommend that you read the privacy policies applicable to such external websites. If you leave our website by clicking on these links, we have no control over external sites and are therefore not responsible for the protection and security of information and data that you make available whilst visiting such sites.

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