1. Key Concepts
Personal data is information that can be used independently, or together with other information, to identify, localise or contact an individual. Examples of personal data include name, phone number and IP address.
Processing of personal data includes all type of personal data handling, e.g.: collection, analysis, registration and storing.
The so-called "Personal Data Controller" determines the purpose of the processing of personal data and decides what personal data will be requested. The Personal Data Controller has the ultimate responsibility for your personal data being processed in accordance with applicable data protection laws.
2. Photocure is the Personal Data Controller
Related to this homepage and when contacting us, Photocure is the Personal Data Controller.
3. How can we access your data?
When you register with us via newsletter, by visiting our homepage or contact us via email or phone, you may submit personal data.
4. What are cookies?
Cookies are a standard technology that most web sites use today, including Photocure's website. A cookie is a small amount of text stored by your browser when you visit a website. For example, they can be used in conjunction with statistics used to make webpages better, to measure and improve relevance to ads, when you log in to the webpages or when you share information in social media.
Most modern browsers (Google Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera, etc.) are set to accept cookies automatically, but you can choose to change settings so cookies are not accepted.
Please note that if you do not accept cookies, many websites will not work optimally. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies
Cookies at Photocure.com
This is a cookie which is used to identify the user's session on the server. The session being an area on the server which can be used to store data in between http requests. The sessionId cookie expires when you close your browser.
Cookies from Google Analytics:
_utmz: See where you came from (search engine, key words, link etc.) when landing on our pages. We use Google Analytics both internally on our webpage and in banners and pictures. That's why you can see cookies named __utmz.
__utma: Keeps track of how many times you have visited our webpages. This is because we want to keep track of how many first time and frequent users we have on our pages.
__utmb og __utmc: Keeps track of how long you stay on the webpage. This is deleted when you leave the webpage.
5. How do we use your personal data?
The data you have submitted can be used for the following purposes:
- to send you our newsletter
- to obtain statistics and information regarding user behaviour, to improve our homepage and the corresponding user experience
- communication following your contact
6. Consent to mail correspondence, direct marketing and continued communication
By agreeing to our processing of your personal data for the purposes stated above, you agree:
- that we can contact you regarding your communication with us
- that we will only keep your CV or application letter when we are in a hiring process
- to subscribe to the type of mailings you have chosen yourself and accepted
You can update your subscription settings and unsubscribe to further mailing
7. For how long is the data kept?
We only process personal data for as long as it takes to fulfil the purpose of their collection. Depending on the data we have collected it may vary how long they will be kept.
8. Who can access the data?
Submitted data are available to a limited number of people within the company.
9. We share certain data within the context of third party cooperation
We do not sell your personal data to any third party. In the event there is an ongoing dialogue between you, us, and any of our business partners, we may need to share the personal data.
10. Where is the data stored?
The data are stored in various systems. It depends on the personal data provided.
Data transfers made to third-country servers comply with the secure data transfer rules under the General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR, or are made under the Privacy Shield Frameworks developed between the EU and USA. More information about Privacy Shield Frameworks is available on this page: https://www.privacyshield.gov
11. You are entitled to know what data we have about you
The new data protection regulation is planned to come into force on May 25, 2018. After implementation you are entitled to request a registry extract on the data we have about you. You may also request us to correct incorrect data or delete data about you. Further, you are entitled to withdraw your consent to our processing of your personal data. If you withdraw your consent, we will delete the data we have about you.
Exception to this is where we are required by law to report your data to authorities. In that case, your personal data will be anonymized. Please note that deletion of your personal data stored by us may impact the delivery of information in the context of a customer relationship, as well as potentially impact any ongoing dialogues.
If you wish to withdraw your consent, or request a registry extract, correction or deletion, please contact us via email.
12. Contact details to Photocure
Related to this homepage and when contacting us Photocure is the Personal Data Controller and responsible for the processing of your personal data. If you have questions regarding our processing or wish to get in touch with us to exercise your rights, please find our contact details below:
email address: email@example.com