Privacy & Cookie Policy

Cookies

Cookies on this site are used in accordance with the following purposes. A cookie is a small text file which is stored in your browser in order to recognise your computer in the event of recurring visits. Cookies cannot contain viruses and no personal data will be stored.

Purpose of the use of cookies:

 

Internal /
1st-party cookies

External /
3rd-party cookies

Technical Functionality

 

No

No

Measurement of Traffic

 

No

Yes

Ads (User measurement, frequency etc.)

 

No

Yes

Individually Behavioural-targeted advertising

 

No

No

For how long are the cookies saved?

It may vary but they will delete themselves after a certain number of months. However, they are renewed after each visit.

How do I delete cookies?

Follow these guidelines: http://minecookies.org/cookiehandtering

How do I avoid cookies?

If you do not want to receive cookies, it is possible to block them. See these guidelines: http://minecookies.org/cookiehandtering

What are cookies used for on our website?

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

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

Is my personal data forwarded?

Your personal data is never released to a third party unless you have specifically agreed to it. Furthermore, no personal data is collected if you have not provided us with this information.

If you want access to the data that has been registered at Energi Danmark, you can contact us here: Contact us LINK

How is my personal data protected?

According to the Danish Act on Processing of Personal Data, your personal data must be kept confidentially and secure. Your personal data is saved on computers with limited access located in controlled facilities which are continuously checked to determine if your user data is being handled safely.

The Danish Act on Processing of Personal Data also states that you have the right to know which personal data can be linked to you. Furthermore, you have the opportunity to complain about the processing of information and data concerning you. Complaints must be submitted to the Data Protection Agency, Danish Act on Processing of Personal Data § 58, paragraph 1.