Cookies and privacy policy

List:

  1. Owner information
  2. What are cookies?
  3. How to delete or block cookies
  4. Purpose of cookies on our website
  5. Google Analytics
  6. Ad network
  7. Use of personal information

 

  1. Owner information

Atticco Aps

 

  1. What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that is stored in your computer or similar to recognize it. No personal information is stored in our cookies and they cannot contain virus.

 

  1. How to delete or block cookies

‘http://minecookies.org/cookiehandtering’

 

  1. Purpose of cookies on our website:

Technical functionality so that we may remember your settings.

Traffic measurement so that we know how many are visiting our site and we will be able to document this to advertisers.

Targeting of advertising so we can show you the advertisements that we think are most relevant, and how often the same advertisement is shown.

 

  1. Google Analytics

The website uses cookies from Google Analytics to measure the traffic on the website.

 

You can opt out cookies from Google Analytics at http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

 

  1. Ad network

The website uses the following ad network:

 

None at present.

 

  1. Use of personal information

Personal information is never given to third party, unless you have specifically agreed to it. We never collect personal information unless you have given us the information at registration, purchase or participation in an investigation etc.

Personal information is used to complete the purchase or service in connection with which the data have been collected. Furthermore, the information is used to get to know you and other users of the website better. This may among other include investigations and analyses targeted to improve our products, services and technologies, as well as presentation of contents and advertisements to suit your interests and hobbies.

 

Contact about personal information

If you want access to the information registered on you by ATTICCO, please contact kontakt@atticco.dk or phone +45 23297947. In case of wrong data or other objections, please contact the above options. You can get insight in the information registered on you and you can object to the registration according to the rules of the Personal Data Protection Act.

 

Protection of personal information

According to the Personal Data Protection Act, your personal data must be kept securely and confidentially. We store your personal data on computers with limited access and located in controlled environments. Our security measures are checked regularly to ascertain that our user data are handled properly and always considering your rights as user. However, we cannot guarantee 100 per cent safety at data transfer via the internet. Meaning, there may be a risk that others unjustifiably gain access to information when data are transferred and stored. Consequently, you are giving your personal information at your own risk.

 

Personal data are deleted or anonymized currently as the purpose for which they have been collected is finished. Personal data are kept no longer than 12 months after use.

 

The fast development of the internet means that it can be necessary to change our handling of personal information. Consequently, we reserve the right to update and change the present guidelines on handling of personal information. In case we do so, we will, of course, correct the date of “latest update” at the bottom of the page. In case of important changes, we will notify you in form of a visible notice on our websites.

 

To the extent that personal data about you are processed, the Personal Data Protection Act ascertains you the right to know what personal information relates to you. If it turns out that the information or data processed about you are wrong or misleading, it is your right to demand them rectified, deleted or blocked. You can always object to information about you being processed. You can also at any time revoke your consent. You have the option to complain about the handling of information and data on you. The complaint must be lodged to DPA according to the Personal Data Protection Act § 58, paragraph 1.