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Protection of personal data
The personal data protection act states that your personal data is confidential and must be stored safely. We store your personal data on computers with limited access placed in controlled facilities. Furthermore, our security measures are regularly controlled to ensure that user data is managed responsibly and in accordance with your rights as a user. However, we cannot guarantee 100% security during data transactions over the internet. This means there can be a risk that others can gain unauthorised access to personal data when data is sent and stored electronically. You submit your personal data at your own risk. Personal data is deleted or made anonymous as the objective for which it is gathered is completed. Personal data is stored for up to 12 months after use. The fast pace of development with the internet means that changes in our use of personal data can be necessary. We maintain the right to update and change the current guidelines for use of personal data. If we do this, we will of course change the date for 'last updated' at the bottom of the page. In cases of larger changes, we will inform you on the website. The use of your personal data is subject to the personal data protection act. This legislation also gives you the right to see which data is stored on you. If you find that the data or information stored on you is incorrect or misleading, you can demand to have the data corrected, deleted or blocked. At any time, you can object that the data is being used. You can also retract your consent. You can complain to the data protection agency about how your personal data is used and stored, under the Danish Personal Data Protection act § 58, item 1.
If you would like access to the data registered about you, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is your first point of contact if data has been wrongly registered or if you have other objections in accordance with the Danish Personal Data Protection Act.
Owner information and contact
Telephone: +45 3311 1833
If you have comments or questions regarding the guidelines above, please contact us.