Privacy data policy

Privacy data policy for website visitors

Related to the process Website

InterMail, Stamholmen 70, 2650 Hvidovre Denmark

Version 1.0

Last-Revised and Updated on 05/24-2018

Privacy policy process Website

As part of our business InterMail A/S collects personal data to be used in our process Website, specifically related to the following persons:

Process Website

  • Website visitors

This policy describes how InterMail A/S collects personal data, the purpose for which these personal data are used and how InterMail A/S treats such data.

This policy contains statutory information regarding the InterMail A/S personal data processing. You can find information about your rights as a registered person in this privacy policy. If you as a Website visitors have questions about the processing of your data, or you want to enforce your rights under privacy legislation please contact InterMail A/S using the contact details in this policy.

Collection of data

InterMail A/S collects personal data related to Website visitors. These personal data are categorized as:
For Website visitors

  • Email
  • Names
  • Online Identifier/Cookies
  • Phone number
  • IP address

InterMail A/S collects data directly from the registered person/you via the following methods: Typed on the website, Gathered on website

If data is collected with the consent of the registered person/ you such consent can be withdrawn.

If you use consent, please specify how a registered person can contact you to withdraw consent – should be as simple as when you obtained the consent.

Alternatively leave this field blank.

Once consent is withdrawn any future processing of personal data within the scope of the consent is terminated.

Purpose of processing personal data

InterMail A/S collects personal data for the following purpose: For Website visitors

  • Selling product or service to one or more customers
  • Consent obtained from the person
  • Statistical information to improve our website

If the purpose of the company’s processing of personal data change, this will be communicated to the registered person/you before such changes takes effect. Such communication will in most cases consist of an update of this policy.

Deleting personal data

InterMail A/S keeps personal data relating to Website visitors. Personal data is deleted at the time when the purpose related to the processing of personal data is completed. This means that the data will be kept in the following periods. For Website visitors, Selling product or service to one or more customers.

  • Email: When unsubscribing newsletter
  • Names: When unsubscribing newsletter
  • Online Identifier/Cookies: Will not be deleted
  • Phone number: When unsubscribing newsletter
  • IP address: Will not be deleted

For Website visitors, Consent obtained from the person

  • Email: When unsubscribing newsletter
  • Names: When unsubscribing newsletter
  • Phone number: When unsubscribing newsletter

For Website visitors, Statistical information to improve our website

  • Online Identifier/Cookies: Will not be deleted
  • IP address: Will not be deleted

Use of data processors

InterMail A/S uses suppliers and subcontractors in the processing of personal data. Such “data processors” purely manages data according to the instructions of InterMail A/S . InterMail A/S uses the following data processors in relation to fulfill the above-mentioned purposes of processing of personal data.

  • Own IT department
  • APSIS
  • Google

Transfer of personal data

InterMail A/S transfers personal data to third parties in certain cases.
For Website visitors

  • Selling product or service to one or more customers: None
  • Consent obtained from the person: None
  • Statistical information to improve our website: None

In addition to above personal data is only disclosed in cases where InterMail A/S is required to do so by law, including compliance with the data privacy regulation/directives and country-specific personal data laws.

Rights of the data subject

Under the Privacy Data Protection Act and EU privacy directive the data subjects (“You”) have certain rights regarding the personal data collected by InterMail A/S in relation to your person. These rights are:

Right to access – You have, under certain conditions, the right to access the data as InterMail A/S keeps about your person

Right to rectification of data – You have the right to correct errors or omissions in the data InterMail A/S treats related to your person

Right to deletion – You have, under certain conditions, the right to request deletion of data related to your person. Note that this right does not apply to most legal treatments of personal data. If you have consented to the processing of your personal data, you may withdraw your consent to this processing, by which related data are deleted.

Subject to limited treatment – In some cases you have the right to suspend the processing of your personal data. This will apply if the accuracy of the data is questioned, if you want a copy of unlawfully processed data and thus do not want these deleted, if you need to prolong the storage of data longer than the InterMail A/S’s purpose allows, or if you dispute the right to process your data and such a dispute is not decided.

Right to data portability – You have, in some cases, the right to receive the personal data that InterMail A/S has collected about your person in a structured, widely used and machine-readable format, for the use of transferring your personal data to another data controller

Right to insight – You may, in some cases, object to the processing of your personal data. If you object to the processing of your data, these will no longer be processed unless there are significant legitimate reasons for this or the processing is required for the determination or defense of a legal claim. If your data is processed for direct marketing purposes, you may object to this at any time, resulting in a termination of such processing.

Use of your rights

EU privacy data regulation and/or local law govern your rights related to data privacy. These rights are not absolute rights, but rights that you can exercise depending on how personal data is processed by InterMail A/S.

Should you wish to exercise any of the above rights, please forward your inquiry policy.

InterMail A/S will assess individual inquiries as soon as possible.

If you wish to appeal against the processing of your personal data to an external authority, such complaints must be forwarded to the supervisory authority of your EU home country. In Denmark this will be Datatilsynet.

Automatic decisions and profiling

InterMail A/S may use the data subject’s personal data for profiling or as a basis for automatic decisions.

The data used for automatic decisions are as follows: Please list any data used for automatic decisions.

The data obtained basis profiling is as follows: None

If you do not want to be subject to automatic decisions and or profiling, you can contact the InterMail A/S’s contact person within the meaning of this policy with the desire for human intervention in the manner contesting the automated decisions and / or profiling.

Security

The security of your personal data is important to us. We follow generally accepted standards to protect the personal data submitted to us, in accordance with the risk related to the data and processing hereof. If you have any questions about the security of your personal data you can contact us via the contract information in this policy.

Contact data

InterMail A/S contact person for personal data

Responsible for personal data,
InterMail A/S
+45 3966 0922
info@intermail.com

InterMail A/S Data Protection Officer (DPO)

InterMail A/S has no data protection officer. Please contact the company’s contact person for inquiries related to data privacy.

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