When you visit our website, information about you is collected, which will be used to help adjust and improve our content and increase the value of the ads that are shown on the page. If you don’t wish for the information to be collected, you should delete your cookies (see instructions.) and avoid further use of the website. Below we have elaborated on what information is collected, their purpose and which third-parties have access to them.
The website uses “cookies”, which is a textfile that is stored on your computer, mobile phone or equivalent with the purpose of recognising it, remembering settings, perform statistics and targeting ads. Cookies do not contain harmful programs such as viruses.
It is possible to delete or block cookies. See instructions.
If you delete or block cookies, the ads may be less relevant to you and may appear more frequently. You may also risk that the website doesn’t function optimally and that there is content you can’t access.
The website can contain cookies from third-parties, which to varying degrees may include:
Personal information is all kinds of information, that to some extent can be attributed to you. When you use our website, we collect and process a number of such informations. This happens e.g. with regular access of the content, if you register for our newsletter, participate in contests or surveys, register as a user or subscriber, use our services otherwise or make a purchase via the website.
We typically collect and process the following types of information: A unique ID and technical data about your computer, tablet or mobile phone, your IP-number, geographical location, and which pages you click on (interests). To the extent that you yourself give explicit consent to this and enter the information yourself, following data is also processed: Name, phone number, e-mail, address and payment details. It will typically be with reference to the creation of a login or purchases.
We have made technical and organisational arrangements to prevent your information from being accidentally or illegally deleted, publicised, lost, impaired or come to the knowledge of anyone unauthorised, misused or otherwise treated in violation of the law.
The information is used to identify you as a user and show you ads, that will have the biggest probability of being relevant to you, to register your purchases and payments, and to be able to deliver the services you demand e.g. to submit a newsletter. Additionally, we use the information to optimise our services and content.
The information is stored for the period of time permitted by the law and we delete it when it is no longer needed. The period depends on the particular information and the background for storage. It is, therefore, not possible to indicate a general time frame for when the information is deleted.
Data about your use of the website, which ads you receive and possibly click on, geographical location, gender and age segment etc. is passed on to third parties to the extent that this information is known. You can see which third parties are involved, in the section about “Cookies” above. The information is used for targeting advertisements.
In addition, we use a number of third parties for the storage and processing of data. These ones process information solely on our behalf and may not use it for their own purposes.
The sharing of personal information such as name and e-mail etc. will only take place if you give your consent. We only use data processors in the EU or in countries, that can provide your information with adequate protection.
You have the right to be informed about which personal information we process about you. Besides, you can object to the use of the information at any time. You can also withdraw your consent for the processing of any information regarding you. If the information that regards you is incorrect, then you have the right for it to be corrected or deleted. Inquiries about this can be made to: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want to complain about our treatment of your personal information, you also have the possibility to contact The Danish Data Protection Agency.