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Privacy policy

Overview

 

1 In general
2 Personal data
2.1 What is personal data?
2.2 How long do we store personal data?
2.3 What do we use personal data for?
2.4 Protection of personal data
2.5 Changes in the handling of personal data
3 Contact

1 In general

 

This website is provided by Infomedia, and when you enter the website, information about you, your computer and your behaviour on the website is collected. Below, you can read in detail about the data being gathered, how the information is handled, what it is used for, who has access to it and who to contact concerning the collected information.

Infomedia pledges to observe the guidelines for the handling of cookies and personal data at any time set by the association of Danish interactive media (Foreningen af Danske Interaktive Medier).

 2 Personal data

 

2.1 What is personal data?

 

Infomedia ask for your personal and user-related data when you purchase services on a website or subscribe to newsletters, competitions and the like. It is primarily data such as name, address, postal code and e-mail, but it can also be information about interests, knowledge of the internet and the like. In connection with purchase or registration for a service, mandatory information is clearly marked on the form. Additional information in relation with purchase or registration for a service is optional.

 

2.2 How long do we keep personal data?

 

When you purchase a service at our website, we need your personal data as documentation until the service has been paid for and delivered, until a possible right of cancellation period has expired and until the timeline for payment has expired. Personal data is deleted or depersonalised continuously, as the purpose for which it was collected has been completed. Personal data is kept for 12 months after use at the most.

 

2.3 What do we use personal data for?

 

Personal data is never passed on to third parties, and we never collect personal data without you supplying us with these data for instance through registration, signing up for an event, purchasing a product or participating in a survey or the like. In these instances, information regarding name, address, postal code, e-mail, gender, age, interests, position and knowledge concerning different issues are collected. In connection with purchase or registration for a service, mandatory information is clearly marked on the form. Additional information in relation with purchase or registration for a service is optional.

If your company is a customer with Infomedia, we connect the information you provide when subscribing for newsletters with our additional customer data so that we at all times can see how many newsletter subscribers each company has and who they are.

Remember that all data you provide – including personally identifiable information – in a public forum such as an online discussion is not covered by this privacy policy and can be seen by third parties who have nothing to do with Infomedia. We therefore recommend that you carefully consider the information you provide when using these.

 

2.4 Protection of personal data

 

According to the Act on Processing of Personal Data, your personal data is to be kept securely and confidentially. We keep the personal data you provide on computers with limited access placed in controlled facilities. Our precautionary measures are continuously controlled to determine whether our user data is handled securely and under continual consideration for your rights as user.
However, we cannot guarantee 100% security in data transfer through the Internet. This means that there is a risk that others unjustifiably force access to information when data is sent and kept electronically. Be aware that you provide your personal data at your own risk.

To the extent that personal data concerning you is handled, you have the right to be informed of the data that can be attributed to you, according to the Act on Processing of Personal Data. Should it turn out that the information or data handled about you is untrue or misleading, you have the right to demand these corrected, deleted or blocked. You may at any time object to information about you being handled. You can also at any time withdraw your consent. You can complain about the treatment of information and data about you. Complaints should be lodge with the Danish Data Protection Agency cf. the Act on Processing of Personal Data § 58, subsection 1.

 

2.5 Changes in the handling of personal data

 

The fast development of the internet means that changes in our handling of personal data can be necessary. We therefore reserve the right to update and change the present guidelines for the handling of personal data. Should we do this, we will naturally change the date for the latest update at the bottom of the page. In case of substantial changes, we will notify you through a visible message on our websites.

3 Contact

 

If you require more information we can be contacted through the following information:

Infomedia
Pilestræde 58, 3.
1112 Copenhagen K
E-mail: support@infomedia.dk
Telephone: +45 33 47 61 12