Privacy Policy: Safeguarding Your Personal Information

Thank you for visiting our webpage.

We value your privacy, and want to respect your personal information, when you are using our services.

We have high ethical standards and strict internal guidelines, aimed at ensuring that we process personal information in the best and most secure way possible.

In this privacy notice, you can – among other things - read what personal information we process, why we process it and when we delete the personal information again.

If you have any questions relating to our processing of personal information, we welcome you to contact us directly, through the details set out below.

Our services

We manage a website providing you with various content and valuable information.

In connection with these services, we may process personal relating to you. In the following section we have tried to elaborate on, which types of personal information we process, why we process it, where we receive the personal information from, what we do to protect your rights, and what rights you have in connection with our processing.

What is Personal Information?

Personal information can be many different things.

It can be a name, address, or phone number. It can also be a picture or an IP-address.

Personal information is any type of information, which may be used to identify a person. Therefore, it is not necessarily one individual piece of information, but rather multiple pieces of information which together (or independently) can be used to identify an individual, which constitutes personal information.

We collect personal information in varios ways

We process your personal information in the following situations:

  • When you utilize our app or webpage;
  • When you are in contact with our support team;
  • When you sign up for newsletters or marketing material; or
  • When you provide us with the personal information yourself.

We process your information in the following ways

In the following section you can read:

  • That we collect and process your personal information for (a) specific purpose(s)
  • That we delete your personal information when we no longer need it for the purposes it was collected
  • That we review and update personal information when necessary
  • That we transmit or transfer your personal information in certain circumstances

We collect and process your personal information for (a) specific purpose(s)

The purpose of collecting and processing your personal information can be divided into the following categories:

The first category concerns personal information which we would like to know for us to enhance our products, articles or services or adjust or tailor or communication or marketing towards you, ultimately allowing us to offer the exact products and services you may need.

This includes information we may collect on you while you use your web page, including IP-address and cookie-information. We refer to our separate cookie-policy and statement, which you have been provided with separately upon visiting our web page.

None of the personal information included in this category are strictly necessary for us to deliver our products or services to you.

Our processing is therefore based on a valid consent given by you. The consent is voluntary, and a given consent may be withdrawn at any time and without notice by contacting us through the contact information provided in this privacy notice.

If we want to process your personal information for other purposes than those included in the consent, we will reach out and ask for a renewed or amended consent. This will always happen prior to us initiating any additional processing.

Our legal basis can be found in the General Data Protection Regulation Article. 6.

The second category concerns certain personal information that we process or store due to our own legitimate interests. This will typically be commercial interests.

This entails that we – based on our assessment – may process and store certain personal information related to you, if we deem it necessary.

For these types of processing, we will carefully consider the potential privacy impact our processing may have for you, including if you could reasonably expect us to process the personal information the way we are.

Our legal basis can be found in the Data Protection Act Section 6 and the General Data Protection Regulation Article 6.

We delete your personal information when we no longer need it for the purposes it was collected

We perform a discretionary assessment of each processing activity including for how long we need to retain the personal information for us to complete or fulfill the purpose pursuant to which the personal information has been collected.

When personal information is no longer needed in accordance with this assessment, we will delete it.

In our assessment we consider:

  • What service has been delivered and
  • If you have consented to us storing and processing your personal information for marketing or other purposes

We transmit or transfer your personal information in certain circumstances

We will not distribute, transfer, transmit or in any other way sent your personal information to third parties unless:

  • It is necessary for us to perform our service; or
  • It is necessary to comply with relevant legislation; or
  • You have provided us with a consent; or
  • It is part of a data processing arrangement and subject to a data protection agreement.

If you have given your consent. We will only transfer personal information to companies, organizations or individuals included in the consent and for the purposes included in the consent.

If required by applicable law. Pursuant to applicable law, we may be required or asked to transfer your personal information to a third party. In such situations, we will only transfer your personal information if we are strictly required.

Our use of data processers. We will generally never transfer your data to third parties – who is not contractually bound by a data processing agreement - without your consent and knowledge. This does not restrict us from using data processers, if such use us subject to appropriate contractual safeguards and mechanisms ensuring that the processing is safe and appropriate security measures are implemented.

How do we store personal information?

We are required to protect your personal information. This requirement follows from applicable legislation and our own internal ethical rules and guidelines.

To protect your personal information, we have enabled appropriate and necessary technical and organizational security measures, safeguarding your personal information against unauthorized access. The purpose of the security measures ultimately being that no personal information is used, destroyed, changed, made public or in any other way misused as part of our processing or storage.

Links to third parties

On our webpage you may be presented to links leading to external web pages, which is unrelated to our company or group of companies.

We take no responsibility for the contents of such sites, nor the processing of personal information being undertaken by the owners of such sites.

Your rights

In this section you can read more about your rights in connection with our processing of your personal information.

Pursuant to applicable law you have the following rights:

  • The right to get incorrect personal information corrected;
  • To get access to personal information;
  • To get personal information deleted;
  • To limit the processing of certain personal information;
  • To object towards certain processing of your personal information;
  • To withdraw your consent; and
  • To not be subject to profiling.

We kindly ask you to reach out to us if you want to exercise your rights.

The right to get incorrect personal information corrected

We endavour to ensure that your personal information is correct and not misleading. If you discover any personal information which is incorrect or misleading, you may have a right to get the information corrected.

Right to access

You are always entitled to know if and to what extent we process personal information concerning you. You may also be entitled to receive a copy of the personal information we process which related to you.

Additionally, you may request to be informed of the purpose of any processing, the length of retention, if you are subject to any automated decisions as part of the processing, who we transfer your personal information to and where we have obtained your personal information from.

This right may be limited if required to protect other individuals’ personal information and/or trade secrets belonging to us.

Right to get personal information deleted

If we do no longer have a valid purpose for processing your information, you may be entitled to request that we delete the information.

Right to limit the processing

You may request that we limit the processing of your personal information (but retain the information on file) if certain conditions are met.

Right to object

You may object to us regarding any specific processing performed by us of your personal information. This also includes situations where we may process your information for marketing purposes, and you wish us to refrain from doing so.

Right to withdraw a consent

You are always entitled to withdraw any consent(s) given to us.

Profiling and automated decisions

You may always request that we refrain from profiling you or use your personal information for automated decisions. We do not perform any such activities currently and will inform you if this should change.


We strive to ensure that your personal information is processed appropriately and that proper safeguards are in place. We regularly review internal procedures to ensure that they are up to date.

If you in spite of this should experience or believe that we are processing your personal information contrary to applicable law, we kindly as that you reach out to us through the e-mail listed below with the subject title “Complaint”.

Complaints can be addressed to:

We will process any complaints as fast as possible.

You can also direct your complain to your local Data Protection Agency.