A cookie is a small text file stored on your computer when you visit SP Group's website or those of its subsidiaries, and it is used to register which pages you visit and for how long, but it does not give us any information about your identity.
What kind of personal data do we receive?
We record data about you which is a necessary part of the contractual relationship we have with you, including any sales made to us, or the purchase of goods or services from us.
We ask our customers and partners for normal contact details and payment information as required and, when purchases or sales are made, obtain data relating to purchase/sales history.
When you visit our website, data is collected about your IP address, your browser and which pages you visit on our website and when.
If you do not want us to process your personal data, this may prevent you being able to purchase goods or services from us.
What is my personal data used for?
We use your data to complete our transaction with you.
Data about what you visit on our website is used solely for statistical purposes, and this helps us to improve the design of our site, among other things.
We process information about you only to fulfil our obligations towards you as a contractual partner.
Who do we pass personal data on to?
Any personal data you have provided us with as part of the contract, is used to complete your transaction, and your data is not disclosed to any other parties, unless this is a part of our agreement with you.
Our data is stored and protected in an online solution based in the EU, which is covered by a data processing agreement.
Furthermore, your personal data is not disclosed to anyone else, and is not sold to any third party.
How is your data protected?
We are obligated by law to protect your data. We take every precaution possible to ensure that the data is not accidentally or illegally destroyed, is not lost or allowed to deteriorate, and does not fall into the hands of unauthorised persons, is not abused or handled in any other way that contravenes the law.
This also means that we correct any errors that are found in your data, and delete your data when we no longer have a duty to store it, also, and more importantly, when it is no longer relevant, which is normally after five years.
What you should know about cookies
When you subscribe to Tinby's newsletter, you will be asked to provide your e-mail address. Tinby uses the email system, Mailchimp, which is based in the United States. Your email address is stored in this system. You may at any time unsubscribe from the newsletter by clicking on the unsubscribe link at the bottom of the newsletter. When you unsubscribe, your email address will be deleted from the system.
You may, at any time, request details of the data we hold on you. In addition, as per the Danish Act on Processing of Personal Data, you have the right to have incorrect data corrected, to object to the processing of your data, or to restrict the amount of data held - or to have it deleted altogether, provided that we are not legally required to process it.
If you wish to do so, after having contacted SP Group A/S or one of its subsidiaries, you are entitled to file a complaint about the company's processing of your personal data with The Danish Data Protection Agency.
Head of IT security
SP Group A/S