Legal & GDPR
All rights are reserved by FluoGuide A/S and use of materials is only allowed with written permission given by FluoGuide A/S.
Owner and contact information:
Ole Maaløesvej 3
2200 København N
Cookie information may be used by FluoGuide A/S.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small scripts placed on your computer or mobile device when you first visit a website. The cookie will help the website to recognize your device the next time you visit.
Cookies are passive files that cannot collect information stored on your device nor carry computer viruses or install malware.
Some types of cookies are only stored on your device as long as your browser is open, so-called session cookies. Other types of cookies are stored on your device for a longer period of time, so-called persistent cookies. When you return to the website, the cookie is automatically renewed.
In many cases, cookies deriving from other parties than the owner of the website are also placed on your device, so-called third-party cookies. Such cookies may be cookies performing ordinary functions or analysis tools and embedded comments fields.
Cookies on fluoguide.com.
The website places four types of first-party cookies, and they are deleted when you close your browser. They are used for
- Recognizing your computer device.
- Remembering your choice of language.
- Registering when you visit the website.
- Identifying your http requests when using the website.
We also place four types of persistent first-party cookies stored between 30 days and up to two years. These cookies register
- How often you visit the website.
- For how long time you spend on the website.
- If you land on the website via a search engine, a search word or a link.
- If you are a new or frequent visitor.
Following a cookie scan report done from time to time and latest on 17/Dec/2020, the following third parties’ cookies are used:
Google Analytics and youtube.com places session cookies and persistent cookies enabling the website to recognize your device and register how often you visit the website. Persistent cookies are not automatically deleted. The session cookies are deleted when you close the browser. The cookies give the company the possibility to adjust the site content and make it more relevant to the users.
How do you delete or disable cookies?
The procedure for deleting or disabling cookies on your device depends on the browser you are using.
If you are using a PC, you may delete cookies by using the keyboard shortcut [CTRL]+[SHIFT]+[Delete]
If this procedure is not successful or if you are using a Mac computer, please follow the guidelines via the following links depending on the browser you are using:
All Danish websites are required to inform users about the cookies placed on their device. The information must comply with the “Executive Order on Information and Consent required in case of Storing or Accessing Information in End-user Terminal Equipment”, the so-called Cookie Order (cookiebekendtgørelsen).
Ask us if you have questions
If you have any questions about cookies, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
FluoGuide is the data controller in the processing of your personal data. Our legal information is:
Ole Maaløes Vej 3
Scope of processing, categories of personal data and legal basis
In connection with carrying out our business we may process personal data for various purposes. Below you will find information about for what purposes, the types of personal data that we process about you and the legal basis for processing your personal data:
FluoGuide News Service; brochures, invitations and other information and news about our business:
As part of our News Service, we collect information in order to be able to sign you up for newsletters, to be able to conduct events, or to send you our brochures about FluoGuide, invitations and other information about our business.
If you sign up for FluoGuide News Service, we will be processing your personal data in that connection. We process your name, email, company, position, organization, email, telephone and areas of interest. The legal basis for our processing is our legitimate interest in providing you with information about our company and products, see Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR.
You may at any time state that you no longer want to receive emails or other information from us.
Note that in order to receive investment information regarding FluoGuide, you are required to state the following personal data: Your name and your email and the service you are interested in. Should you decide not to provide the required information, you may not be allowed access to the relevant information. For instance, we need your contact information in order to be able to respond to an inquiry from you. The legal basis for our processing is our legitimate interest in providing you with investment information, see Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR.
Collaboration partner or potential collaboration partner:
If you are a collaboration partner or a potential collaboration partner, we generally process your information for us to perform our duties under the contract or potential contract.
Generally, company information is not subject to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR); however, according to circumstances we may process information about your identity, contact information, and professional information, including name, email address, telephone number, your home address, position, educational background, and information about our business relationship. The legal basis for our processing is Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR. Also, to comply with KYC-requirements we may process financial information, including payment and tax information. The legal basis for this processing is Article 6(1)(c) of the GDPR.
Applications – unsolicited and applications for open positions
From time to time, FluoGuide receives unsolicited applications as well as applications related to open positions.
As part of the recruitment process, we process the personal data, which you have provided in your application, including your contact information, CV, educational and work background, personal interest etc., as well as the information you provide to us during any interviews. We may also collect information about you, which is publicly available e.g. through LinkedIn or other social media platforms. We will only reach out to your references with your consent.
Applications will be deleted after no later than 6 months after receiving the application.
The legal basis for our processing is our legitimate interest in finding the right candidate for a position in FluoGuide, see Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR.
In some instances, we transfer your personal data to FluoGuide’s business partners and suppliers, such as IT suppliers, marketing agencies, consultants, suppliers of newsletter services, etc. These business partners solely process the personal data on behalf of FluoGuide and in accordance with FluoGuide’s instructions
We may also disclose your personal data to external third parties if we are required to do so or if it is part of the collaboration, the service we provide to you or if required by law.
Furthermore, we may also share your personal data with our group companies (if any) if this is required to fulfil the purpose for which we process your personal data.
FluoGuide may transfer your personal data to third countries (countries outside the EU/EEA). This may be the case if we have to involve external parties, e.g. IT suppliers, lawfirms, finacial advisors, other advisors, banks, insurance companies in order to comply with our contractual obligations or act according to a contract or collaboration. It may also be relevant to involve foreign authorities etc. Our transfer of personal data will generally be subject to the European Commission’s standard contractual clauses of which you can request a copy by contacting us. Ad hoc transfer of personal data may be subject to Article 49(1)(b-e) of the GDPR.
Storage and deletion
We will delete your personal data when we no longer need to process it for one or more of the purposes mentioned above. However, special legislation, including in the Danish Bookkeeping Act, the Danish Limitation Act etc., may entail an obligation or right for us to store such data for an extended period of time. The data may also be processed and stored for a longer period, if it is anonymized.
You are entitled to access the personal data processed about you, albeit subject to certain statutory exceptions. Furthermore, you may object to the collection and further processing of your personal data. You are also entitled to have your personal data corrected or to ask us to limit the processing of your personal data.
If you make a request to this effect, we will without undue delay delete the personal data we have registered about you, unless we are entitled to keep processing the data on a different basis, for instance if such processing is necessary in order to be able to establish a legal claim.
In certain circumstances you may also ask us to provide you with a copy of your personal data in a structured, generally applied and machine-readable format and request that we transfer the data to another data controller (data portability).
If our processing of your personal data is based on your consent, you may at any time revoke your consent. To do so, you need to contact us. If you revoke your consent, we will cease to process your personal data, unless we are entitled or obligated to continue our processing or storage of your personal data on a different basis, including pursuant to the law. Revoking your consent does not affect the legality of the processing that took place prior to such revocation.
If you want to exercise your rights as described above, feel free to contact us at any time (see below).
Also, feel free to contact us if you disagree with the way in which we process your personal data or the purposes for which we process the information. You may also file a complaint with the Danish Data Protection Agency.
Links to other websites, etc.
In the event that our website has links to other websites or to integrated websites, FluoGuide is not responsible for the content of the websites of other companies (third-party websites) or for the practices of such companies regarding the collection of personal data.
When you visit other websites, you should always read their policies on protection of personal data and other relevant policies.