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Cookie and Privacy Policy for Worksome

We take good care of your personal information at Worksome. As a freelancer, customer or just a visitor to our website, you can trust that we have taken technical and organizational measures to protect your information.

In this Worksome Cookie and Personal Data Policy, you will find a description of what data we collect and process, why this particular data is collected and what we use it for. This Personal Data Policy applies to all personal information you give us / we collect about you when you either create a profile as a freelancer or company. You can also find information about cookies that are set on your computer, tablet, etc. when you visit our website www.worksome.dk or use.worksome.dk.

Data controller

The data responsible company for the processing of your personal data is:

Worksome

Toldbodgade 35
1253 København, DK

CVR no. 37990485

When we process personal information, we comply with the EU Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) as well as the Danish personal data law rules, which may apply after 25 May 2018.

If you have questions about the Cookie and Personal Data Policy, or about the way we process your personal information, you are very welcome to write an email to hej@worksome.dk or call us on telephone 0045 7199 1931. This also applies if you wish insight into your information if you believe that we have registered incorrect data about you or you want your information moved. You can of course also object to a registration in accordance with the rules of the Personal Data Act.

Cookies and Pixels

Cookies are small text files that contain a string of characters and make a unique identification of a user. They are sent back to the website and / or third parties. Most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies, as most websites require it to access them. However, you can change your browser settings so that your browser can generally reject cookies, block cookies from third parties or specify when a cookie is sent. See link below.

Tracking pixels are scripts that are executed when a user lands on a website or opens an email. The pixel itself is not visible and can only be seen in the site's or email's HTML. The script causes a third-party cookie to be downloaded to your computer, or which detects that you have opened the e-mail function.

If you want to know more about cookies you can visit www.allaboutcookies.org

Cookies

When you visit the website worksome.dk, we use cookies from Google Analytics, among other things. A cookie is a small text file that is stored in your browser in order to recognize your computer on return visits. Cookies help us to see how many people visit the website (traffic measurement), as well as how users interact on the website. We do not process user behavior information that may be associated with specific individuals. This data is not shared with other parties, and the knowledge we gain is used solely to improve the website and the user experience for you. You can read more about Google Analytics cookies here .

You can opt out of cookies from Google Analytics here (Not recommended).

You can always see our full list of cookies here .

Cookies delete themselves after a certain number of months (may vary), but they are renewed after each visit. If you want to delete or block cookies, you can see a guide here .

Plug-ins from Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Social media tracking pixel places cookies on your computer, which tells the media that you have been to www.worksome.dk. If you click on a SoMe icon on our website, the media in question also places a cookie on your computer, tablet, etc. We assume that you have an interest in Worksome and the content on this site. When you visit Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, you will then be exposed to information or advertisements with similar content. Please use your privacy settings on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to limit your exposure to this type of marketing.

Collection of personal information

When you create a profile as a freelancer on worksome.dk, we collect the following general personal information about you: Name, e-mail, telephone number, company name, address, website and CVR number. In some cases, your CPR number will also be collected. You have the opportunity to upload a profile picture of yourself and put your CV on your profile. By uploading your image yourself, you give your express consent for your image to be published on your profile until you remove it again. Worksome does not use your image for any purpose other than this.

When you create a profile as a company on worksome.dk, we collect the following general information about you: Name, e-mail, telephone number, company name, address, website and CVR number.

We do not collect special categories of personal information (sensitive information) about you.

Processing of personal information

We only process personal information to the extent necessary, e.g. when creating a freelance profile or company profile. It can e.g. be necessary for us to meet our obligations under agreements and related services. It can also be to live up to the obligations we have as a Danish company, where we are covered by Danish law.

We do not profile you and do not misuse your personal information. We also do not disclose your personal information without your consent unless we are required to do so by law.

If you are a freelancer or company, we use your personal information to:

  • Communicate your competencies as a freelancer to potential clients via the content on your profile.
  • Send customer contract and invoice to your company.
  • Provide you with customer service, support, answer questions and comply with your requests to us.
  • Manage customer relationship management for you.
  • Send notifications about news, new opportunities, products, prices, system updates, downtime, etc. via e-mail.

Sharing your personal information

We may share your personal information with the suppliers and partners who assist us in the execution of your order, or who assist us with our IT operations, hosting, SMS gateway, etc. This means that we can, for example, share your information with our service providers, our technical support and our bank.

We share your information to the extent we are required to, e.g. as a result of reporting requirements to public authorities such as SKAT.

Sharing of information with recipients outside the EU / EEA

Worksome uses subcontractors who process personal data on behalf of Workome. In several cases, these are companies located outside the EU / EEA. Worksome only cooperates with companies that either have a Privacy Shield certificate or have otherwise committed to comply with the GDPR.

Protection of personal data

According to the Personal Data Act, your personal information must be stored securely and confidentially. We store your personal information on computers with restricted access, which are located in controlled facilities, and our security measures are continuously checked to determine whether the user information is handled properly and while still respecting your rights as a user. However, we cannot guarantee 100 percent security for data transfers via the Internet. This means that there may be a (limited) risk that others will unjustifiably force access to information when data is sent and stored electronically. You thus provide your personal information at your own risk.

Personal information is deleted or anonymised on an ongoing basis as the purpose for which it was collected is terminated. Personal information is stored for a maximum of 12 months after the purpose has been completed.

The rapid development of the Internet means that changes in our processing of personal data may become necessary. We therefore reserve the right to update and change these guidelines for the processing of personal data. If we do so, we will of course correct the date under pkt. 9. "last updated" at the bottom of the page. In the event of significant changes, we will notify you in the form of a visible notice on the website.

To the extent that personal data about you is processed, you have the right under the Personal Data Act to be informed which personal data can be attributed to you. If it turns out that the information or data processed about you is incorrect or misleading, you have the right to demand that this be corrected, deleted or blocked. You can at any time object to information about you being processed. You can also revoke your consent at any time. Contact us via the contact information above. You also have the opportunity to complain about the processing of information and data concerning you. Complaints are submitted to the Danish Data Protection Agency, cf. section 58 (1) of the Personal Data Act. 1.

This personal data policy was last updated on 25-05-2018.

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