- the types of data collected
- the purposes of data collection
- information about the data controller.
Pursuant to Article 7(5) of the Personal Data Protection Act of 29 August 1997 (Journal of Laws 2016, item 922, as amended) and Article 4(11) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC, the provision of personal data is voluntary. Failure to provide such data may prevent you from receiving marketing proposals, subscribing to newsletters, taking part in surveys and competitions. On the basis of art. 6 par. 1 lit. a of the General Data Protection Regulation of 27 April 2016, your data will be processed for marketing purposes and stored until you withdraw your consent. You have the right to request access to and rectification of your data. You may withdraw the above consent by writing to: firstname.lastname@example.org. The processing of your personal data on the basis of consent prior to withdrawal remains lawful. Your personal data may only be shared with entities authorised according to the above-mentioned legislation. You have the right to:
- access to your personal data,
- rectify your personal data,
- process your personal data,
- to withdraw consent to the processing of personal data
- to data portability,
- to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority, i.e. the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection.
Collection of personal data
No registration is required to access www.radner.dk. However, in order to use the services offered by Radner through this website, you will be asked to provide data. Only data that is necessary for the provision of the service in question is collected and is used exclusively for the purposes of the service. Personal data is only collected for clearly defined and legitimate purposes. The Company does not use the data in a way that goes beyond these purposes. Only the essential information necessary for the performance of the service will be collected. In the event that it is necessary to check the accuracy and validity of the personal data collected, the Company will take all reasonable steps to do so. Failure to provide the required data may contribute to delaying or preventing you from using the service in question. The information that will be collected from you includes:
- name of employer,
- telephone number,
- e-mail address,
- details of enquiries, requests or complaints.
Use of data
Your personal data will be processed by our employees. Third parties will not have access to it. However, where the Company is a regulated entity, it has a duty to act as a data controller and to report certain matters to its regulatory or law enforcement authorities. Your data may be processed for purposes relating to the provision of services to you. You will be provided with information about other services provided by the Company and updated information about its activities. The use of your data in other than one of the above ways will be preceded by asking your consent. The Company will take all reasonable steps to ensure the security of the personal data processed.
Your personal data will be used for:
- identifying you and creating a profile when you register to use the Company’s services or when you request information from the Company,
- verify your identity when using the services of the Company,
- communicate with you in relation to the service provided and the transmission of information,
- fulfilment of the Company’s contractual obligations in accordance with the terms and conditions of Radner ApS,
- to analyse information about your use of the www.radner.dk website in order to facilitate the use of the website and to improve the quality of the services provided to you,
- answer your questions,
- comply with our legal obligations and cooperate with regulatory and law enforcement authorities,
- communicate with you via marketing communications in relation to our services, events, training courses or conferences unless you have opted out of receiving marketing communications or we are prohibited from doing so for legal reasons,
- personalise the marketing communications that are sent to you to make them more interesting and relevant by analysing details of the information and services you receive,
- to exercise legal rights where necessary (e.g. to detect infringements of the law).
Your personal data will not be kept longer than necessary to fulfil the purposes for which they were collected or for no longer than is required by law.
The controller of your personal data processed in connection with the use of the website www.radner.dk, is Radner ApS with its registered office at Maglebjergvej 6 2800 Kongens Lyngby, Denmark.
The website www.radner.dk may contain links to third party websites. The Company has no control over such websites and is therefore not responsible for the practices of such third parties with regard to the security of your personal data, its content and confidentiality. You are advised to read their privacy policies before using such websites.
The Company takes appropriate measures to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and security of your personal data. Access is limited to only those persons who have a need to know and are obliged to comply with these rules. Your personal data will not be tampered with, altered or misused by third parties who are not authorised to access it. It is not the intention of Radner ApS to seek sensitive information through www.radner.dk. Sensitive information includes data on race or ethnicity, religious, political or other similar beliefs, physical or mental health, sex life, criminal record, or trade union membership.
You have certain rights concerning your personal data:
- The right to request access to the personal data that may be processed on www.radner.dk,
- The right to update or correct your personal data,
- The right to restrict Radner ApS’s use of your personal data,
- The right to object to the Company’s use of your personal data,
- The right to receive personal data in a usable electronic format and to transmit it to a third party,
- The right to request the deletion of personal data from the Company’s systems.
The above rights can be exercised by sending an email to email@example.com. All such requests will be treated in accordance with applicable law.
To opt-out of receiving promotional or marketing communications in the future, you must inform the Company by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and providing the email address you wish to remove from the Company’s mailing database. Opting out of receiving marketing or promotional emails does not preclude the Company from corresponding with you by email or otherwise in relation to your existing relationship with Radner ApS.
Cookies are IT data, especially small text files, which are stored by the web browser in use on a device such as a computer, tablet or smartphone. The web browser sends these files back to the website or application each time the user visits the site again in order to recognise the user and remember his or her preferences or personalised details. They are therefore used to collect data about the use of the www.radner.dk website, in order to improve its functionality and the services offered. Cookies allow the identification of the device used to connect to the website. They do not contain data on the user’s identity or cause damage to the system. The user can reset their browser to inform them of the sending of cookies or to reject them.
The cookies store information about the use of the website (sub-pages and content displayed), the date and time of the visit and other information about the user’s activity on the website.
Cookies are used to analyse how, when and where visitors use www.radner.dk. This information is not linked to personal data. They are only used to improve the user experience on the platform, e.g. to gain knowledge of the most popular content of the week and to update the homepage to reflect current interest.
Length of time cookies are stored on the user’s device
Among the cookies used, a distinction is made between temporary files (session cookies) and permanent files (persistent cookies). Temporary files are stored on the user’s device until the user logs out of the website or closes the web browser. Persistent cookies are stored for the entire period specified in the parameters of the cookies or until they are deleted by the user.
A distinction is also made between first-party cookies, which are placed directly by the owner of the website visited, and third-party cookies, which are placed by external parties when elements of their websites are activated by the owner of the website.
Cookies make it possible to set functions and services on the website. They make it possible to verify the authenticity and optimise the performance of the website. Cookies that are used to save session status contribute to improving the website and making it more convenient to use. In terms of marketing, cookies make it possible to display and personalise advertisements. They adapt the information displayed to the user’s location. They help us understand user preferences. These analyses do not identify personal information about users. Their purpose is to improve and develop products and services.
Modern browsers usually allow you to check cookies and delete them. They also allow you to block and delete them when you close your browser. In this situation, all preferences will be lost. Please note that if cookies are completely blocked, many websites and their functions will not function properly.