At Worksome, we care about your personal data. Whether you are a freelancer, customer or visitor at our website, you can trust that we have taken technical and organisational measures to protect your data.
In connection with the processing of your personal data, the data controller is:
1253 København, DK
Central Business register (CVR) no. 37990485
When we process personal data, we comply with EU’s general data protection regulation (GDPR) and the Danish data protection rules as applicable after 25 May 2018.
Cookies and pixels
Cookies are small text files containing a string of characters and allowing unique identification of a user. They are sent back to the website and/or third parties. Most browsers are pre-set to accept cookies as cookies are necessary in order to get access to most websites. However, you can change your browser settings to generally disable cookies, to block third party cookies, or to get a notification when a cookie is being sent. See the link below.
Tracking pixels are scripts that are triggered when a user gets access to a website or opens an e-mail. The pixel itself is hidden, being visible only in the site or e-mail HTML. The script triggers a third party cookie to be downloaded to your computer or registers that you have opened the e-mail function.
For further information about cookies, reference is made to www.allaboutcookies.org
You may disable cookies from Google Analytics here (not recommended).
A complete list of the cookies we use is available here.
Cookies are deleted automatically after a certain number of months (may vary), but will be renewed after each visit. If you want to delete or block cookies, you may use this guide.
Plug-ins from Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
The tracking pixels used by social media store cookies on your computer, telling the social media that you have visited www.worksome.dk. If you click a SoMe link on our website, the medium will also place a cookie on your computer, tablet, etc. We assume that you have an interest in Worksome and the content on this website. After visiting our website, you will receive information or advertisements with similar content when you visit Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. Please use your privacy settings on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to limit your exposure to such marketing.
Collection of personal data
When you create a profile as a freelancer on worksome.dk, we collect the following personal data about you: Name, e-mail, telephone number, company name, address, website and CVR no. In some cases, we also collect your civil registration no. You may upload your profile picture and add your CV to your profile. By uploading your picture, you expressly consent to publication of the picture on your profile until you remove it again. Worksome does not use your picture for any purpose other than this.
When you create a profile as a business on worksome.dk, we collect the following data about you: Name, e-mail, telephone number, company name, address, website and CVR no.
We do not collect any special categories of personal data (sensitive data) about you.
Processing of personal data
We only process personal data to the extent necessary, for instance when you create a profile as a freelancer or as a business. Processing may e.g. be necessary to enable us to meet our obligations under contracts and ancillary services or statutory obligations which we must meet as a Danish business being subject to Danish law.
We do not engage in profiling of you and do not abuse your personal data. Further, we do not disclose your personal data without your consent, unless we are required by law to do so.
If you are a freelancer or business, we use your personal data to:
Exchange of your personal data
We may exchange your personal data with our suppliers and cooperative partners assisting in the execution of your order or providing IT, hosting, SMS gateway or other services to us. As an example, we may share your data with our service providers, our technical supporters and our bank.
We share your data to the extent that we are required to do so, e.g. in order to meet regulatory reporting requirements, including from the tax authorities.
Exchange of data with non-EU/EEA recipients
Worksome uses subcontractors which process personal data on our behalf. In many cases, the subcontractors are domiciled in non-EU/EEA countries. Worksome only cooperates with businesses which either hold a Privacy Shield certificate or which are otherwise committed to GDPR compliance.
Protection of personal data
We are required under the Danish Act on Processing of Personal Data to store your personal data in a safe and confidential manner. We store your personal data on computers with restricted access that are placed in controlled facilities, and our security measures are regularly checked to determine if user details are handled properly, having regard to your rights as a user. However, we cannot guarantee 100% safe data transfers via the internet. It means that there may be a (limited) risk of unauthorised third parties getting access to data that are transferred and stored electronically. Thus, you provide your personal data at your own risk.
Personal data are deleted or anonymised on an ongoing basis as the purpose for which they were collected is met. Personal data are stored for a maximum of 12 months after meeting the purpose.
The rapid development of the internet means that it may be necessary to change our processing of personal data. We therefore reserve the right to update and change these guidelines on the processing of personal data. If we do so, we will of course also change the date in paragraph 9 “last updated” at the bottom of the page. In case of significant changes, we will notify you by posting a prominent notification on the website.
To the extent that we process personal data about you, we are required under the Danish Act on Processing of Personal Data to inform you which personal data can be attributed to you. If the data we process turn out to be inaccurate or misleading, you have a right to have the data rectified, deleted or blocked. You may object to the processing of your personal data at any time. You may also withdraw your consent at any time. For this purpose, you may use the above contact details. You can also complain of the processing of your personal data. The complaint must be filed with the Danish Data Protection Agency under section 58(1) of the Danish Act on Processing of Personal Data.