Cookies UK

Overview:
1. Owner information

2. What are Cookies?
3. How to delete or block cookies

4. Why we have Cookies on our website


5. Google Analytics

6. Use of personal data

1. Owner information
Becher-Madsen Service

Svalehøjvej 9A
3650 Ølstykke

Telephone: +45 4716 1606
E-mail: info@becher-madsen.dk

2. What are Cookies?

A Cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer or similar, to make your computer recognisable. There is no personal data stored in our Cookies, and they cannot contain viruses.

3. How to delete or block Cookies
http://www.becher-madsen.dk/en/cookies-uk

4. Why we have Cookies on our website:

  • Technical functionality, so we can remember your settings
  • Traffic measuring, so we know how many people are visiting our site and can document it to advertisers
  • Targeted advertising, so we can display the ads we think are most relevant and check how often these ads are shown
  • The site uses Cookies from a third party, who has access to the relevant Cookies:

“_utma” (Google Analytics) – This Cookie contains data about how many times the user has visited the site, the time of the first visit, the second visit and the current visit.

“_utmb” (Google Analytics) – This Cookie contains data about how long – approx. – the visit to the website lasts. (approximate start and end). This Cookie quickly disappears again.

“_utmb” (Google Analytics) – This Cookie contains data about how long – approx. – the visit to the website lasts. (approximate start and end). This Cookie quickly disappears again.

“_utmz” (Google Analytics) – This Cookie contains data about where the user comes from (search engine, search words, link).

“NID” (Google) – This Cookie contains data about what you as a user visit, so that Google can advertise relevant information to you.

5. Google Analytics

The website uses Cookies from Google Analytics to measure the traffic on the website.
You can deselect Cookies from Google Analytics here: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

6. Use of personal data
Personal data is never given to a third party, unless you give express authority to do so, and we never gather personal data without you having given us this data when registering, buying or taking part in a survey etc. Here is where information about names, addresses, postcode, e-mail, gender, age, interests, attitudes and knowledge of different subjects is gathered.

Personal data is used to complete the purchase or the service that the data was collected for.
The data is also used to learn more about you and other users of the website. This use includes studies and analyses aimed at improving our products, services and technologies, and display of content and advertising targeted at your interests and hobbies.

Contact regarding personal data

If you would like access to the data registered about you at Becher-Madsen Service, please contact info@becher.madsen.dk or phone: +45 4716 1606. If incorrect data has been registered about you, or you have other objections, please contact the above. You will be able to see the information registered about you, and you can object against any such registration in accordance with the rules in the Personal Data Protection Act.

Protecting personal data

According to the Personal Data Act, your personal data must be stored securely and confidentially. We store your personal data on computers with limited access. These are located in controlled facilities, and our safety precautions are regularly checked to ensure our user data is handled responsibly and in accordance with your rights as a user. However, we cannot guarantee 100% security for data transfer via the Internet. This means there may be a risk of others gaining unauthorised access to data when it is sent and stored electronically. You therefore submit your personal data at your own risk.

Personal data is eventually deleted or anonymised once the objective of gathering the data has been fulfilled. Personal data is stored for a maximum of 12 months after use.

The rapid development of the Internet means that changes to the way we handle personal data may be required. We therefore reserve the right to update and change the current guidelines for handling personal data. In this instance, we will naturally correct the date of the “last updated”, at the bottom of the page. In case of significant changes, we will notify you via a visible message on our website.

According to the Personal Data Protection Act you are entitled to find out what personal data can be traced to you. Should it prove that the information or data stored about you is incorrect or misleading, you are entitled to have this information corrected, deleted or blocked. You can object at any time to information about you being processed. You can also retract your agreement at any time.

You can complain about how your data is handled. Complaints are made to data protection authority, ref. the Personal Data Protection Act’s § 58, Para. 1.

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