Your personal data is safe with us
Your personal data is any kind of information that can be attributed to you. We register your personal data to the extent that you yourself explicitly consent to, or when you send us or enter information on our website. This might be contact information, including name, e-mail address, municipality of resident and possibly phone number, and it will typically be in connection with you having signed up for our newsletter or contacted us – so we can reply you or send you news from International House North Denmark. We also encourage you to use secure digital mail via borger.dk or e-boks.dk when you contact us.
Your information will be safely stored in Aalborg Municipality’s IT system, which complies with the rules for processing personal data. We do not generally pass on your information to others. For your inquiries to us, however, we must pass them on to the archives authorities upon deletion. It is stated in the Archives Act. We only store your information as long as it is necessary, and you can always revoke your consent. In that case, this only applies in the future – your information will be deleted, and you will no longer be able to receive our newsletter.
If you have questions or wish to revoke your consent, you are welcome to contact Communications Coordinator, Rikke Skak Harboe at email@example.com
Read more about data protection and your rights on the Data Inspectorate’s website.
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If you do not want information about you recorded through cookies, you can change your consent settings below. However, cookies are required for the website’s basic functionality, which you cannot immediately opt out. If you do not want these, you can delete and block them (see how here) and refrain from using the website further. If you delete or block cookies, ads will generally be less relevant to you and occur more frequently. You can also risk that websites do not work optimally, and that there are content that you cannot access. At the bottom of this page you can see which specific cookies are installed on the website.