1. Ownership information
P.O. Box 1139
1010 Copenhagen K
Direct phone: (+45) 32 83 38 80
Denmark office opening hours:
Mon. - Thu. 9 am - 4:30 pm
Friday 9 am - 4 pm
2. What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file saved in your browser to recognize your computer on returning visits. No personal information is saved in our cookies and they cannot contain any viruses.
Cookies are used for different purposes and can be classified as either 1. or 3. party depending on whether they are created by a third party service delivered from a separate domain or created internally by a service on the same domain as the website.
2.1 Declaration of cookie use
- Technical functionality (1. party + 3. party)
- Measuring traffic (1. party + 3. party)
- Advertising, frequency, uses etc. (3. party)
- Behavior based individually targeted advertising (none)
See a more specific list of cookies used here.
2.2 What are cookies used for on our website
For more information see the list of specific cookies used.
2.3 Cookie expiration time
Cookies delete automatically after a certain amount of time (can vary), but are renewed after every visit. For more specific information on the cookies used on our site, see the list of cookies.
2.4 How to delete cookies
See this guide (in danish): http://minecookies.org/cookiehandtering
2.5 How to avoid cookies
If you do not want to receive cookies you can block them. Please refer to this guide (in danish): http://minecookies.org/cookiehandtering.
3. Use of personal data
Personal data is never shared with 3. party unless you explicitly give us your consent to do so. We do not collect personal information unless you have provided these by registering, participating in a survey or the like.
Personal data is used to complete or accomplish the service in relation to which the data was provided. The information is also used to gain more knowledge about you and other uses of our website.
3.1 Contact regarding personal data
If you want access to the information registered about you in our system, please contact us. If incorrect information is collected or you have other objections, please contact us directly.
You have the option to gain insight into what information is stored about you and you may object to the registration under the provisions of the Danish Privacy Act.
3.2 Protection of personal data
According to the Danish Privacy Act your personal information must be saved securely and confidentially. We save your personal data on computers with limited access, that are placed in controlled facilities and our security measures are inspected regularly to assess if our data is handled securely and in continued consideration of your rights as a user. However, we cannot guarantee 100pct security when transferring data via the Internet. This means, that there may be a risk that others can gain unjustified access to the information when it is transmitted and stored electronically. You therefore provide your personal data at your own risk.
The rapid development of the Internet means that changes in our processing of personal data may be necessary. We therefore reserve the right to update and amend these guidelines for handling personal information.
According to the Danish Privacy Act you have the right to gain information about the personal data saved in our system, that relates to you. If it turns out that the information or data processed about you is incorrect or misleading, you have the right to demand these corrected, deleted or blocked. You may at any time object to our handling of the data about you. You can also at any time withdraw your consent. You have the option to complain about the treatment of information and data relating to you. Complaints are to be submitted to the Danish Data Protection Agency, cf. the Danish Privacy Act § 58, paragraph. 1.
By using this site you agree that the Visit Greenland must process data about you for the purposes described above.
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