Triarca A/S CVR 40481672 is the data controller for the data we process about you, and we ensure that your personal data is processed in accordance with the law.
If you wish to contact us regarding our processing of your personal data, you can do so at:
Processing personal data
We have taken appropriate technical and organisational measures to safeguard your data against accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorised disclosure or access. We ensure that processing can only occur when all data protection principles are met.
We keep data up to date
As our service depends on your personal data being accurate and up to date, we ask you to inform us of any relevant changes to your personal data. You can use the contact details above to notify us of your changes, and we will update your personal data. If we become aware that your personal data is incorrect, we will update the data and notify you accordingly.
Below you can see on what basis we process your data, for what purpose and for how long we keep it.
When you visit our website, we process the following personal data about you:
When you visit our website, data about you is collected and used to customise and improve our content and to increase the value of the ads displayed on the page. If you do not want your data collected, you should delete your cookies (see the instructions) and refrain from further use of the website. Below, we have elaborated on what data is collected, its purpose and which third parties have access to them.
Cookies are stored on your computer, mobile or similar device to recognise it, remember settings, perform statistics, and target ads. Cookies cannot contain malicious code such as a virus.
Should you delete or block cookies, ads may become less relevant to you and appear more frequently. You can also run the risk that the website does not work properly and that there is content you cannot get access to.
- What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that we store on your computer to track what happens during your visit and recognise your computer. A cookie contains only text, is not a program and does not contain a virus.
- How to reject or delete your cookies
You can also reject cookies on your computer by changing the settings in your browser. Where you find the settings depends on which browser you are using. However, you should be aware that if you do so, many features and services will not be available to you because these features and services require the website to remember the choices you make.
- Cookies that you have previously accepted can be easily deleted afterwards. If you are using a computer with a newer Internet browser, you can delete your cookies by using the shortcut keys:
CTRL + SHIFT + Delete. If the shortcut keys do not work and/or you are using a MAC, first find out which browser you are using and then click on the appropriate link:
Microsoft Internet Explorer
Remember: If you use several Internet browsers, you must delete cookies in all of them.
- Third-party cookies
The website contains cookies from third parties, which to a varying extent, may include:
Google - Analytics department for statistical purposes.
We collect personal data about website visitors for the following purposes:
- To ensure optimal operation of our website.
We collect the data on the following processing bases:
- You have given consent via the cookie banner (General Data Protection Regulation, Art. 6(1)(b).
- Our legitimate interest, which is to administer our website (General Data Protection Regulation, Art. 6(1)(f).
We keep the data for the period allowed by law and delete it when it is no longer needed. The duration of the said period depends on the nature of the data and the reason for storing it. Typically, personal data of website visitors will be deleted after an annual review.
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When you subscribe to receive our newsletter, we collect the following data about you:
- E-mail and name [insert others yourself]
We process this data on the following processing bases:
- You have consented to us sending you the newsletter (General Data Protection Regulation, Art. 6(1)(b).
Your personal data will be deleted when you withdraw your consent. You are free to withdraw your consent, and you can use the contact details at the top if you wish to withdraw your consent.
Upon receipt of the application and supporting documents, the submitted material will be read by the relevant manager to answer and assess the content related to a defined job.
The application and supporting documents will be shared internally with relevant people in the recruitment process and will not be disclosed to anyone outside the company.
The application and supporting documents are stored until the right candidate is found and the recruitment process is completed. The application and supporting documents will then be deleted.
For unsolicited applications, the application and supporting documents are stored for a maximum of one month, after which they are deleted.
If the application and supporting documents are kept for more than one month, separate consent is obtained from the candidate.
By getting in touch using the contact details at the top of the page, you can:
- Get access to your personal data
- Rectify your recorded personal data
- Have personal data about yourself deleted
- Have the processing of your personal data restricted
- Have your personal data handed over (data portability) to transfer it to another data controller
- Object to the processing
If you give consent to us, your consent is voluntary, and it has no consequences for you if consent is not given, is only given to individual points or is later revoked.
You can withdraw your consent at any time by using the contact details above.
When you contact us with a request to exercise the above rights, we will respond to you within one month. If we cannot meet your request, we will give you a reason.
Please contact us to exercise your rights, or if you have any questions about the above. You can find our contact details at the top of the page.
If you are subsequently dissatisfied with the way we process your data, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Danish Data Protection Agency.