The purpose of ParsePort’s personal data policy is to explain how we collect, process and protect personal data.
ParsePort has a clear ambition to minimize the processing of your personal information and to create a high degree of transparency in relation to the information being processed. This policy also aims at informing you about which of your personal information we process, how the treatment is being done and what rights you can make use of.
If you have questions or inquiries related to the processing of your personal information, you are always welcome to contact.
Contact information can be found in the last section of this policy.
A cookie is a smaller text file that aims to remember past behaviors and will typically be used to remember specific pages you visited.
When using the ParsePort websites, your default settings and, in some cases, your behavior on the website are recorded in a cookie with the purpose of recognizing it, remembering settings, performing statistics.
Cookies delete themselves after a certain number of months (may vary), but they are renewed after each visit.
Cookies can not contain malicious code such as a virus.
For each visit at http://www.ParsePort.dk, ParsePort may build log statistics. Log statistics mean that a statistical system collects information that can provide a statistical view of how many visitors the website has had, where they come from, on which part of the website it was abandoned.
No personal data is processed for log statistics.
The purpose of collecting the aforementioned information is primarily to increase user-friendliness, to measure the effectiveness of services, and to document the use of the ParsePort website.
ParsePort has implemented a number of technical and organizational safeguards to protect your personal information against abuse. Specifically, measures that protect against accidental or illegal destruction, that your information is lost or impaired, or that your information becomes unauthorized, is being misused or otherwise treated in violation of data protection legislation.
In addition, we have implemented access control in a wide range of our systems, so that only employees with a work-related need have access to personal data. We continuously provide training for our employees and have prepared and implemented a wide range of policies and procedures to ensure that processing of personal data is in accordance with the principles that follow from the personal rights. Finally, it can be mentioned that logging of access attempts is made and that the exchange of personal data internally in the ParsePort is relatively encrypted.
The safety measures are reviewed on a continuous basis and revised in accordance with technological developments. In addition, all ParsePort employees are subject to professional secrecy, so you can be sure that information is treated confidentially.
5. Your rights
You have a number of rights that ParsePort can help you take care of.
You can always contact us and request to understand what personal information we treat about you, what purposes we treat the information and whether we pass on the information to others.
You can contact and receive corrected personal information about you.
You have the right to permanently delete your personal information at ParsePort.
You are entitled to a limited processing of your personal information so that, for example, ParsePort can only handle them for a limited period of time.
You may request to have your personal information handed over and transmitted to a new data controller (data portability)
You may object to the processing of your personal information, including the use of the direct marketing information.
If the information processed about you is incorrect, you are entitled to correct or delete. Please contact email@example.com.
If you would like to complain about our processing of your personal information, you also have the opportunity to contact the Danish Data Protection Authority.
6. Contact Information
ParsePort can be contacted as data controller for the personal data being processed through the following information: