Data in a broad sense covers your entered data as well as the data created through your use of our system. Your entered data is ONLY used for servicing you in relation to what the entry (s) cover. This can be when subscribing to news services, then they are used as an address in the e-mail so that you can receive the information. Data created using our system is used only for statistics and to increase the usability of our system. We do not receive and process personally identifiable data received from third parties in our systems. Your entered data and statistical data we create are stored in our central database and are not shared with third parties. Our system is handled at our address, serviced and processed only by us and our permanent employees, system and databases only run on secure servers. Thus, there are no 3rd parties involved in the processing of our and your data.

Some data is also stored locally on your computer, to increase the usability of our system, to increase operational and user security in general on our system and to avoid having to identify yourself more than once. For example, your login information on your PC is stored in so-called cookies.

Since we also use a 3rd party provider for statistics and some for ads (Google Analytic), this means that if you are an identified user with these providers, they will similarly store your behavioral data where our role is solely to identify it. of our pages that you have used.

Below you can read more about which cookies we use and for what purpose they are used.


  1. Consent must be given

We may not process your personal data unless you have voluntarily given specific, informed and unambiguous consent to this either in a statement or by a clearly affirmative action. We consider it an affirmative action when you sign up for our information services and subsequently accept the registration. Unsubscribe can be done according to the specified guidelines, which often means that you simply contact us electronically with a clear indication that you want to unsubscribe from the service in question.

  1. The right of access

This means that you have the right to access your personal data and subsequently to be told how the company uses your data. As your data often only consists of your e-mail address, which you have entered and accepted the use of, no other personal data is stored. The data that is created via your use of the system, and which we choose to save, you are always welcome to contact us and receive a copy, if these are personally identifiable. This is free and comes in electronic form if you request it.

  1. The right to be forgotten

If you are no longer a customer, or if you withdraw your consent for us to use your personal data, you have the right to have your personally identifiable data deleted.

  1. The right to data transfer

You have the right to have your data transferred from one service provider to another. And it must be done in a commonly used and machine-readable format.

  1. The right to be informed

This applies to any kind of data collection that is done by us and you must be informed before data collection takes place. You must actively opt-in that your data may be collected and consent must be given voluntarily and must not be implied.

  1. The right to have information adjusted

This ensures that you can get your data updated if it is outdated, insufficient or incorrect. This is done by contacting us directly with a clear indication of what data you want your data updated from and what you want them updated for. The inquiry is made via electronic contact.

  1. The right to limit treatment

You can opt out of using your data for data processing. Data may still be stored but not used.

  1. The right to object

This includes the right to stop the use of data for marketing purposes. There are no exceptions to this rule and all use of your data must stop as soon as an objection is received. This right must be clearly informed when the communication with you begins. This is done by simply contacting us electronically and unsubscribing from the service in question.

  1. The right to be informed

If there has been a breach of data security that could compromise your personal data, you have the right to be notified within 72 hours after the breach has been discovered. If you wish to make use of your rights as described above, please contact us at the e-mail address provided on our website.


If you have comments or questions regarding our use of cookies, you are welcome to contact us via the telephone number stated on the website or electronically via the e-mail address stated on the website.