Clipper A/S's terms and conditions for visits to our Facebook pages
If you visit our Facebook pages, you agree to the terms and conditions of our processing of your personal information.
If you have questions, wish to delete your personal data or otherwise, you are always welcome to contact us at email@example.com and we will take care of your inquiry as soon as possible.
Personal information and what we use it for
We and Facebook collect and process personal information when you visit our Facebook pages. The purpose of this is to market us to potential customers, reply to inquiries and similar related purposes. The specific Facebook pages managed by Clipper A/S are:
We follow the Data Inspectorate's current guidelines regarding shared data responsibility and aim to ensure that visitors to our Facebook page get information about personal data. At present, this means, among other things, that we continually try to enter into a dialogue with Facebook about the regulation of the shared data responsibility and distribution of responsibility. As mentioned below in this policy, visitors to our Facebook pages also have the opportunity to exercise their rights, for example the right to insight, the right to object and the right to delete.
Legal basis for our processing of personal data
Processing of personal data is based on legitimate interest. No information is processed where consent is required.
Categories of personal information and their source
Typically, contact information is collected in the form of names. If we receive sensitive information / special categories of information, it will be deleted as soon as it comes to our knowledge.
Recipients of personal data
The personal information provided will not be disclosed outside the company.
Retention of personal data
Since your personal information posted on the Facebook pages is provided by you on our publicly available page, the information will basically be on the page as long as it exists. You can always object, in order to have any entries you have made deleted.
Automatic decisions and profiling
We assume that Facebook makes automatic decisions and profiling on the part of the personal information that Facebook is responsible for. We do not use automatic decisions and profiling.
Please note: If you do not want your information processed, please do not visit our Facebook pages as it is currently not possible for us to change Facebook's data retrieval settings.
You are also advised to refrain from sharing on your Facebook pages (you share by tapping the small dots in the right corner of the post).
At the time being, we have no influence on the part of the collected personal information that Facebook processes. Until we get this, visits to our Facebook pages are therefore subject to some uncertainty regarding the processing of personal data.
How long do we store your personal information?
We only keep your personal information as long as necessary. Then your data will be deleted or anonymized. How long we save your data depends on the purpose of saving them.
We do not pass your information to third party.
We do not sell your information to third party. However, we do make use of collaborators in a variety of situations. When we use collaborators, we may need to share your personal information with them. Our use of collaborators is typically in order to support our business, e.g. in connection with the delivery of our products, administration, marketing, etc.
The partners we use include: data providers, suppliers, freight forwarders, advisors, marketing agencies, banks and credit rating agencies.
Transfer of information to third countries
We do not pass on your information to countries outside the EU and the EEA. However, for the release of our newsletters, we use a system made available by a U.S. Provider. This means that the data required for sending the newsletters is of course on their server. The provider complies with all requirements of the GDPR and your information is secure, so that it is used solely by us for sending newsletters.
You have the right to gain insight into the information we treat about you.
You have the right to have inaccurate information about you deleted, cf. Article 16 of the Personal Data Regulation.
You have the right to delete your information with us and our data processor (if we have exchanged the information with such), cf. Article 17 of the Personal Data Regulation. You can exercise this right by contacting us via the email address listed at the top.
You are entitled to limiting our processing of information about you, cf. Article 18 of the Personal Data Regulation.
In some cases, you may object to our processing of your personal information, cf. Article 21 of the Personal Data Regulation. You may also object to processing your information for direct marketing.
You are entitled to appeal to the Data Inspectorate regarding our processing of personal data.