Policy

for handling personal data and cookies

This website uses cookies for the following purposes: Technical functionality, so we can remember your preferences, as well as visitor statistics that lets us know how many people visit our website.

1. Cookies

A cookie is a small text file stored on your browser in order to recognise your computer if you visit our website more than once. There are no personal data hidden in our cookies and they cannot contain virus.

1.1 How long cookies are stored

Cookies are automatically deleted after a certain amount of months (can vary), but they are renewed after each visit.

1.2 How you delete cookies

See tutorial here: http://minecookies.org/cookiehandtering

1.3 How to avoid cookies

If you do not wish to receive cookies, you can block them. See totorial here:

http://minecookies.org/cookiehandtering.

1.4 What cookies are used for on this website

Cookies are used for statistical purposes - the number of users as well as information about gender, age, geography, and interests of our users in order to optimise the content.

 

The site uses cookies from the following third party that has access to the cookies in question:

1.5 Google Analytics (visitor statistics)

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

You can deselect cookies from Google Analytics here: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

2. Use of personal data

We only collect personal data if you have provided us with this information in relation to ordering materials for either electronic or physical delivery. The data is used to deliver the best possible materials to the given address/email. In connection with subscribing to newsletters, data about name, company, title, and email are collected with CampaignMonitor, which we use for issuing newsletters. Personal data are never disclosed to other third parties by us or CampaignMonitor.

2.1 Contact regarding personal data

If you want access to the data registered about you with Johnsen, you need to submit your request to support@johnsen.dk or call +45 8758 3000. If the registered data is wrong, or if you have other objections, you can make an enquiry the same way. You have the option of gaining insight into which data is registrered about you, and you can object to a registration in accordance with the rules of the Danish Data Protection Act.

2.2 Protection of personal data

According to the Danish Data Protection Act your personal data are to be kept safe and confidential. We store your personal data on computers with limited access, placed in controlled facilities, and our security measures are regularly controlled in order to determine if our users' data is safely handled and in consideration of your rights as a user. However, we cannot guarantee 100 percent security in connection with data transfers over the Internet. This means there is the risk of others gaining unauthorised access to information when data is sent and stored electronically. Hence, you submit your data at your own risk. Personal data is deleted or anonymised regularly as the purposes for which they were originally collected are finished. The rapid development of the Internet means that changes in the way we treat personal data can become necessary. Thus, we reserve the right to update and change existing guidelines for handling personal data.