RTR offers users the opportunity to use the RTR-NetTest. Under 14 years can use the RTR-NetTest with the consent of their legal guardian. RTR’s legal authorisation to offer the RTR-NetTest is enshrined in Art. 17 Par. 4 and Par. 5 Telecommunications Act 2003 as well as Art 5 Par. 1 Regulation (EU) 2015/2120 ("TSM regulation"). To fulfil this duty and ensure users with the greatest possible transparency and information – while respecting their privacy – the RTR-NetTest is based on the open source and open data principle.
The RTR-NetTest comprises a test developed by RTR (= RTR Multithreaded Broadband Test, hereafter the RMB-Test).
The following data are processed as part of the RMB-Test:
The data marked with * are published on the RTR-NetTest website and in the RTR-NetTest app and are made freely available to the general public as open data (https://www.netztest.at/en/Opendata) for information, use, dissemination and other applications.
Only with the solely agreement of the user the following personal data are processed in the course of the RMB-Test: (1) the Client UUID, (2) the WLAN network ID (SSID) and numerical WLAN ID (BSSID) as well as (3) the IP address.
Purposes for processing these personal data:
The IP address is transferred, among others also to third countries:
The transfer of data to Google, Cloudflare and Microsoft is based on adequacy decisions of the Commission - according to Art 45 General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Regarding Quad9 neither an adequacy decisions nor appropriate safeguards according to Art 46 GDPR exist. A possible risk of such a transfer is that the IP address of the user is transferred to Quad9 and thus conclusions on the executing of the RTR-NetTest may be drawn.#heading_1_3__Duration_of_storage_of_personal_data
The IP address, the WLAN network ID (SSID) and numerical WLAN ID (BSSID) are stored by RTR for a maximum period of six months. In any case the Client UUID will be deleted with the final termination of the RTR-NetTest.
By providing the randomly generated client ID (= Client UUID)- which can be found in the app under Info - the user has amongst others the following rights concerning her or his personal data:
Questions regarding the processing of personal data and data protection in connection with the RTR-NetTest can be send to: