1. Owner’s Details
1. Cookie Lifetime
2. How to Delete Cookies
3. How to Avoid Cookies
4. What Cookies Are Used for on Our Website
5. Contao CMS
6. Google Analytics
7. Who has Access to Our Cookies
3. Use of Personal Data
1. Contact regarding Personal Data
2. Protection of Personal Data
1. OWNER'S DETAILS
This website is provided by:
Nordborgvej 81 L31
2.1 How Long are Cookies Stored?
The lifetime of our cookies varies but does not exceed 10 years. Also, they are renewed after each visit.
2.2 How to Delete Cookies
Follow the instructions here:
2.3 How to Avoid Cookies
2.4 What Cookies Are Used for on Our Website
Cookies are used to create statistics on the number of users and enable us to recognise you if you visit our website again.
2.5 Contao CMS (User Settings)
2.6 Google Analytics (Traffic Measuring)
2.7 Who has Access to Our Cookies
Only DFT Presswork and Google have access to our cookies.
3. USE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
Personal information is never given to third parties, unless you have expressly given your permission for this, and we never collect personal data unless you have provided this data by registering, making a purchase or participating in a survey etc. In these cases we collect data such as name, address, postal code, email, telephone number and your interests.
Personal data is used to carry out the service in connection with which data is collected. The information is also used to gain more knowledge about you and other users of dft-presswork.dk. This use can cover surveys and analyses aimed at improving our products, services and technologies, as well as the display of content and advertising adapted to your interests and hobbies.
3.1 Contact regarding Personal Data
If you would like access to the data registered about you at DFT Presswork, please contact email@example.com or call +45 74 88 33 33. Use the same point of contact if incorrect data has been registered, or if you have any objections. You can also see the data registered on you and you can object against a registration according to the provisions of the Personal Data Act.
3.2 Protection of Personal Data
The Personal Data Act states that your personal data is confidential and must be stored securely. We store your personal data on computers with limited access, which are placed in controlled facilities. Furthermore, our security measures are regularly inspected in order to ensure that our user data is managed responsibly and in accordance with your rights as user. However, we cannot guarantee 100% security of data transfers over the Internet. This means that there can be a risk of others gaining 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 once it has fulfilled the purpose for which it has been gathered.
The fast development of the Internet means that we might have to change our way of processing personal data. We therefore reserve the right to update and change the current guidelines for use of personal data. If we do this, we will of course change the ”last updated” date at the bottom of the page. In case of major changes, we will inform you by a visible notification on our website.
To the extent we use your personal data, pursuant to the provisions of the Personal Data Act, you have the right to see which data can be attributed to you. If you find that the information or data stored on you is incorrect or misleading, you can request to have the data corrected, deleted or blocked. You can object to the data being used at any time. You can also retract your consent. You can complain about how your personal data is used and stored. Submit your complaint to the Danish Data Protection Agency, cf. The Personal Data Act, Section 58, paragraph 1.
Last updated: 13.07. 2018