At SCANDiPLAN SYSTEMS, WE RECOMMEND OUR CUSTOMER'S PERSONAL INFORMATION
Read our entire personal data policy We prioritize the protection of the information you have chosen to share with us.
At Scandiplan.dk we have a clear ambition to minimize the processing of your personal information, as well as to create a high degree of transparency in relation to the information being processed.
The GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation, and is a legislation introduced by the EU. Data protection became particularly relevant on 25 May 2018, as all companies from this date had to comply with the GDPR rules.
The GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation – or general data protection regulation, and it is a new data protection law in the EU that will come into force in May 2018. What many people do not know is that the directive has already been implemented at home by Law No 100/2001. 410 of 27 April 2016, which entered into force on 1 May 2017.
The GDPR aims to give EU citizens control over their personal data and change the approach to personal data and data protection for organisations around the world.
The GDPR significantly tightens existing laws and is much more restrictive than the EU 'cookie law'.
The GDPR Act applies to data collected on EU citizens no matter where they are collected in the world. As a result, all websites with EU visitors or customers from the EU must comply with the GDPR, which means that virtually all websites and businesses must comply with the reform.
Prior to 25 May 2018, we carried out a mapping of all the personal data we process in our solutions. This was part of the fact that we would like to be able to offer our customers a data processing agreement that complies with GDPR requirements for a specific instruction and description of "the nature and purpose of the processing, the type of personal data and the categories of data subjects".
Mapping personal data makes it not only easy for us, but also for you, because we always know the information processed in our systems.
The principle of data minimisation applies to all data controllers, and we therefore have a strong focus on making it easy for the data controller to delete personal data in our solutions.
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