Personal Data Ordinance/GDPR
The EU-wide Personal Data Regulation (GDPR) entered into force on 25 May 2018.
In connection with this new regulation, a number of requirements are set which must ensure secure data processing.
GDPR helps to protect and improve the rights of data subjects.
These rights include the protection of personal data, the protection against unlawful processing of personal data and the unimpeded movement of personal data within the EU.
Please note that the GDPR does not apply to information that is already publicly available.
master care A / S has ensured that all procedures and workflows, which include the processing of personal sensitive data, are complied with in connection with the Personal Data Ordinance.
On this page you will find all relevant information concerning the new personal data scheme.
What is personal data?
It can be name, address and phone number, but it can also be a picture or an IP address.
Overall, personal data is all kinds of information that can be used to identify a person.
It is thus not only the individual information that determines whether something can be called personal data.
Collection and use of personal information
Personal information is never given to third parties unless you expressly consent to this and we never collect personal information without you giving us this information yourself.
In connection with the conclusion of a customer agreement with master care A/S, we process the following data, including in particular:
Social security number
Contact person’s name
Contact person’s email
Contact person’s telephone number
Personal information is used to complete the purchase or service for which the information was collected.
Who is responsible for personal data?
master care A/S (CVR no .: 3694 1022) is responsible for the processing of your personal information.
Contact regarding. personal information
If you want access to the information registered about you at master care A/S, you must contact email@example.com or telephone +45 8693 8585.
If it turns out that incorrect data has been registered or if you have other objections, you can contact the same place.
You have the opportunity to gain insight into what information has been registered about you and you can object to registration in accordance with the rules in the Personal Data Act.
Protection of personal data
According to the Personal Data Act, your personal information must be stored securely and confidentially.
We store your personal information on restricted-access computers located in controlled facilities and our security measures are continuously monitored to determine whether our user information is handled properly and while still respecting your rights as a user.
However, we cannot guarantee 100 percent security for data transfers via the Internet.
This means that there may be a risk that others will unjustifiably force access to information when data is sent and stored electronically.
You thus provide your personal information at your own risk.
We make a discretionary assessment to see when we no longer need your personal data.
When we no longer need the personal data for the purpose for which we collected it, we delete it.
To the extent that personal data about you is processed, you have the right under the Personal Data Act to be informed which personal data can be attributed to you.
If it turns out that the information or data processed about you is incorrect or misleading, you have the right to demand that it be corrected, deleted or blocked.
You can at any time object to information about you being processed.
You can also revoke your consent at any time.
You have the opportunity to complain about the processing of information and data concerning you.
Complaints are submitted to the Danish Data Protection Agency, cf. section 58 (1) of the Personal Data Act. 1.