The legal entity responsible for processing your personal information is:
Fruebjergvej 3, boks 54
DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø
Personal data is not sold to third parties at any time, and we collect only the personal information we receive in connection with an application.
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Description of the site’s processing of personal data
Purpose of personal data processing
The submitted personal information is used in relation to the processing of your application and in connection with any grant. We must be able to contact and interact with you. In case of grant, we must be able to report statutory personal data to relevant public authorities.
Categories of personal information
We use the following contact information as part of our case management:
- Phone number
- Social Security No.
- CVR number.
- Apply History
- Bank details
We collect personal information from the following sources:
- Personal information is collected directly from you when you visit the website and if you create as a user or create an application in our case management system.
- Contact information may be contained in documentation sent to us from your organization if you are affiliated with the specific project for which support is sought.
- We process personal information based on your consent, see section 6, subsection 6 of the Personal Data Act. First
Recipients of personal data
Personal data can be shared with:
- IT providers that support our case management system
- financial institutions with which we cooperate to support the payment of appropriations
- public authorities who are legally required to receive the information
- accounting and auditing firms.
We keep only identifiable personal data as long as there is a purposeful purpose of storage and as long as it is necessary for the fund to keep the information. Accounting materials are kept for five years from the end of the financial year to which the material relates.
The information, as set out in point 4, is – in addition to bank and CPR numbers – mandatory consumer and legal remedies. If you do not provide this information, we can not process your application, with the consequence that the application will be refused.
You have the following rights:
- the right to revoke your consent and have your personal information deleted
- the right to request insight into the personal data being processed
- the right to receive the personal information that you have given us in readable format
- the right to have incorrect personal information about yourself corrected
- the right to restrict the processing of your personal information
- the right to object to the processing of personal data
- the right to file a complaint about our processing of your personal data to the Data Inspectorate.
There may be conditions or limitations in these rights. Therefore, you may not be able to exploit your rights in any case. This depends on the specific circumstances associated with the treatment activities.