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Invest in Coastal Tourism in Denmark is a project organised by Danish Nature and Coastal Tourism.
You can read about the privacy policy of Danish Nature and Coastal Tourism here.

 

Privacy policy of Danish Nature and Coastal Tourism

Skeelslund, 1 May 2018

 

Responsibility of Danish Nature and Coastal Tourism for data
We process personal data and have therefore adopted this privacy policy, which briefly explains how we collect and process your personal data in a fair and transparent way.

In all our data processing we use personal data only for specific purposes and on the basis of legitimate interests.

We process only personal data that are relevant and necessary for the purposes specified, and we delete your data when we no longer need them.

 

Contact information for our data protection officer
Danish Nature and Coastal and Tourism is the data controller, and we make sure that your personal data are processed in accordance with applicable legislation.

Contact information:

Contact: Sisse Wildt
Address: 99 Skeelslundvej, Floor 1, DK-9440 Aabybro, Denmark
Company registration number: 36471271
Telephone: (+45)21731922
Email: swi@kystognaturturisme.dk
Website:
www.kystognaturturisme.dk

 

Processing of personal data

We process the following personal data:

  1. Partner information
    • General personal data:
      • Registration and contact information such as name, address, registration date, telephone number, date of birth and email address
  2. Employee information
    • General personal data:
      • Contact information such as address, telephone number and email address.
      • Other information about positions of trust and other positions held in relation to the company, as well as bank account number.
    • Personal data subject to a higher level of protection:
        • Civil registration number
        • Information about criminal offences by requisition of criminal record.

Where we collect data
Normally we receive the data from you, but in some cases they come from other sources:

  • Public authorities, for example tax information needed for the payment of wages and salaries.

Our purpose in processing your personal data
We use your personal data for specific purposes if we have a legal basis for doing so.

Some of the main legal bases are:

  • Our legitimate interests in processing your data unless this is outweighed by harm to your rights and interests (the balancing test).
  • Performance of a contract with you.
  • Compliance with a legal obligation.
  • Consent to processing

Purposes

  • Purposes of our processing of personal data
    • To manage partner relationships.
    • To manage projects and other activities, including planning, implementation and follow-up.
    • To comply with statutory requirements, including legislation on auditing
    • To deliver goods and services you have ordered.
    • To manage your relationship with us
  • Purposes of our processing of employee data:
    • To manage the Work and duties of employees in our organisation
    • To gain an overview of and enhance experience and skills, including training.
    • To comply with statutory requirements.
    • To pay out wages, salaries, compensation, reimbursements and similar sums.
    • To manage your relationship with us.

We process your personal data only on the basis of legitimate interests

When we process your personal data on the basis of the balancing test, our processing will exclusively be based on legitimate interests such as:

  • Participation in networking groups, including preparation of lists of participants, etc.
  • Management of your rights in relation to our articles of association, etc, including rights relating to general meetings.
  • Compliance with network obligations, including collection and payment of participant contributions, etc.
  • Organisation of social events, conferences and other activities.
  • Use of snapshots taken by Danish Nature and Coastal Tourism, showing a specific activity or situation in the organisation or an activity.
  • Storage of your general personal data for practical and administrative reasons for a period of time after you have left a networking group.
  • Storage of data of historic value for use in statistics or similar.  

Consent
In many cases our use of your personal data will have a different statutory basis. We will therefore ask for your consent only in the rare cases where it is necessary in order to use your personal data for the purposes listed above.

If we ask for your consent it is entirely up to you whether you give it or not, and you may withdraw it at any time by contacting us. 

 

Disclosure of your personal data
In connection with networking groups we may disclose information on participation and outcome to relevant organisers.

We do not disclose personal data to business organisations without your consent.

 

Retention and erasure of your personal data
We have different processing purposes and retention periods, depending on whether we process your personal data because you are a member of a networking group, an unpaid manager or a paid partner.

 

Partner
We retain your personal data for a period of time after discontinuation of the partnership in accordance with the following criteria:

  • For practical and administrative reasons we retain your general personal data for up to twelve months after you have left the network/project.

Unpaid partner
We retain your personal data for a period of time after discontinuation of your work in accordance with the following criteria:

  • For practical and administrative reasons we retain your ordinary membership data for up to twelve months after you have left the network/the project.

Paid partner
We retain your personal data for a period of time after discontinuation of your work in accordance with the following criteria:

  • Bookkeeping documents, for example pay documentation, must be retained for five years after the financial year to which the documents relate.
  • Other relevant data for follow-up and decisions on any claims filed

Your rights
You have a number of special rights under the General Data Protection Regulation as regards our use of your personal data:

  • Right to be informed about the collection and use of data.
  • Right to access your own personal data.
  • Right to rectification.
  • Right to erasure.
  • Right to restriction of data processing.
  • Right to data portability (right to receive personal data in a commonly used format).
  • Right to object.

You can exercise your rights, including objecting to our processing of your data, by contacting us. You can find the contact information at the top of this document.  

If, for example, you contact us to have your personal data rectified or deleted, we will check whether the conditions are met. If they are, we will rectify or delete the data as quickly as possible.

You can always file a complaint with a supervisory authority, for example the Danish Data Protection Agency.

 

Changes to our privacy policy
We reserve the right to change our privacy policy from time to time. In the event of changes, the date at the top of the privacy policy will be changed accordingly. The privacy policy in force at any time will be available on our website. You will be notified if material changes are made.

 

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