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This website is owned and published by:
World Translation A/S
Gammel Viborgvej 9A, 8381 Tilst, Denmark
Company Reg. No. (CVR): DK28680546
Phone: +45 86 20 48 48
We use data about you in order to improve our service, to assure the quality of our products and services, and to facilitate our interaction with you.
The data we use comprise:
We process data that users have actively shared with us. Examples of such data include:
This may also be information you share with us when signing up for our newsletters. You can find out more about signing up for our newsletters and how to unsubscribe in Section 3 below. Processed data could also consist of information we receive in connection with enquiries to or from our sales or customer service departments.
We collect and store data about you for specific reasons and for other legal, commercial purposes. This may involve: (not a comprehensive list!)
If we have your express consent, or if you are one of our existing customers, we may contact you via the information you have provided for the purposes of sales, marketing, advertising and analysis. We may also contact you with relevant offers, information and the like. We never pass on your information to a third party partner without your express consent, unless such a third party partner is assisting us with the execution of relevant initiatives in connection with these purposes.
We only process data about you that is relevant in relation to the purposes defined above. The purpose is crucial to the type(s) of data about you that is relevant to us. The same applies to the scope of the personal data we use. For example, we never use more data than that we need for a specific purpose. In addition, legislation may stipulate what types of data it is necessary for us to collect and store for the operation of our business.
We want to be sure that we only process personal data that is necessary to each of our specific purposes. For this reason, our IT systems are designed to collect only the necessary volume of data. We also have systems in place which automatically ensure that the processing of this data is not overly expansive, and that the storage period is not too long. In order to guard against the risk of unauthorised parties gaining access to your data, we similarly apply solutions which automatically ensure that only relevant members of our staff have access to the data. The system is likewise designed to guard against the risk of an unlimited number of people gaining access to data.
We regularly check that the information about you is correct, and we update it as and when necessary. As we are dependent on having accurate contact information for you, we would ask that you inform us without delay if any changes occur. When the information about you is no longer relevant, it is deleted.
In order to ensure that your personal data is well protected in our systems, we have adopted a number of internal regulations that contain instructions and other measures to prevent your data from being destroyed, becoming lost or falling into the possession of non-authorised parties. When you contact us with a request to have your data corrected or deleted, we check whether the relevant conditions have been fulfilled, and if so, we perform the appropriate corrections or deletion as soon as possible.
You are entitled, at any time, to have us inform you of which data about you we are processing, where it comes from and what we use it for. You may also ask how long we store your personal data, and who receives information about you. On request from you, we can inform you about the data we process about you. Access to this data may, however, be restricted out of consideration for other people’s privacy, trade secrets and intellectual property rights. You are also entitled to have information corrected if you believe that it is inaccurate. If you think that your data is no longer relevant to the purpose for which we collected them, you can request to have them deleted. In addition, you are entitled to object to the way in which we process your personal data. If such objections are justified, we make sure to remove the relevant data about you. You can exercise your rights by contacting us directly. You will find our contact details at the start of this policy.
We strive at all times to comply with the prevailing legislation, including the principles concerning privacy and data protection. We therefore regularly update this policy to accommodate changes in the applicable legislation, etc..
When you visit our website, we collect information about you that we use to adapt and improve our content and advertisements. If you do not want us to collect such information, you need to delete your cookies (see instructions) and refrain from further use of our website. The section below explains in more depth which information we collect, for what purposes, and which third parties have access to it.
|Purpose of using cookies on the website||Internal/1st party cookies||External/3rd party cookies|
|Web traffic measurement||YES||YES|
|Individually targeted behavioural advertising||NO||NO|
This website uses “cookies”, which are text files that are stored on your computer, smartphone or similar device with the purpose of recognising it, storing settings, compiling statistics and targeting advertisements. Cookies cannot contain harmful code such as viruses.
It is possible to delete or block cookies. See instructions.
If you choose to delete or block cookies, the advertisements you see may be less relevant to you and may be displayed more frequently. There is also the risk that the website will not function optimally, and that you may be denied access to some of the content.
This cookie declaration was last updated on 6 March 2018.
“Personal data” is an umbrella term for all kinds of information which can be traced back to you in one way or another. When you use our website, we collect and process a variety of information of this kind. We do so, for example, when you access standard content, subscribe to our newsletter, participate in competitions or surveys, register as a user or subscriber, otherwise use our services, or make purchases via the website.
We typically collect and process the following types of information: a unique ID and technical information about your computer, tablet or smartphone, your IP-number, geographical location, and the pages you click on (interests). Moreover, if you explicitly give your consent and enter the information yourself, we also process the following: your name, phone number, email address, postal address and payment information. This will typically be in connection with an enquiry to us or via subscription to our newsletter.
The information is used to monitor traffic on our website and to supply the services you have requested – by sending you our newsletter, for example. In addition, we use the information to optimise our services and content.
We store the information for the period that is permitted under the relevant legislation, and we delete it when it is no longer necessary. The actual period depends on the nature of the information and our basis for storing it. It is therefore not possible to state a general timeframe for when information is deleted.
Data about your use of the website, which advertisements you receive and click on (if relevant), your geographical location, gender and age group, etc. are forwarded to third parties to the extent that this data is known. You can see which third parties this applies to in the section below entitled “Third parties”. This information is used for targeting advertising.
Personal information such as your name and email address will only be forwarded with your express consent. We only work with data processors in the EU or in countries that can provide your data with sufficient protections.
Third parties with access to cookies and information about the use of this site:
Necessary cookies help make it possible to use the website by activating fundamental functions such as page navigation and access to secure areas of the site. The website cannot function properly without these cookies.
Purpose: Stores the user’s cookie consent status for the domain in question.
Expiry: 1 year
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