We take seriously our obligation to protect the safety and privacy of children online, and we do not deliberately target our marketing at or request personal data from children under 18 without obtaining the consent of a verified holder of parental guardianship.
We can collect personal data about you whenever you do business with Priess A/S (as both a buyer and seller), when you sign up for newsletters, take part in competitions, or are otherwise in contact with us. The personal data we collect depends on the circumstances and the context in which you are in touch with us.
Details about which product you are buying.
We can supplement the information we collect from you with information we receive from a third party. This can include information we receive from third parties who provide us with our credit assessments, marketing initiatives, etc.
You can use your account on social network services, such as your Facebook account, to share or like our social network services.
We process your personal data for the following purposes:
A) Out of consideration for our contractual relationships:
B) For legitimate purposes:
C) For marketing purposes:
D) We can also process your personal data if this processing is necessary for us to comply with a legal obligation or the decision of a public authority.
The processing of your personal data for the purposes described below:
The personal data we request from you is necessary for enabling us to provide our services (for statutory, contractual, administrative, technical or similar reasons).
We may forward your personal data to third parties if we have reasonable grounds to believe that the release of such personal data is necessary:
To protect our rights or property, or the security of our customers or employees;
To promote or defend against complaints or legal requirements in court, administrative matters, procedures, and similar;
To assess a credit risk, for reporting purposes, or to receive payment for our services;
We may use third-party suppliers to perform services for us, such as providing infrastructure and IT services (including, but not limited to data storage), processing credit information, providing customer services, collecting debt analyses and improving data, processing queries from customers and performing other types of statistical analyses. For the performance of these services, third-party suppliers may have access to your personal data, but they will only be authorised to process them solely on our behalf and pursuant to our instructions.
We only keep your personal data on file for as long as we deem this to be necessary to meet our purpose, as described above under “WHY WE PROCESS YOUR PERSONAL DATA”. After this, we will erase or, in some instances, anonymise your personal data.
Data is erased on an ongoing basis, such as when a customer or supplier has been inactive for 15 years. We continuously assess our information and in certain instances we will erase them earlier or keep them longer if this is required in relation to legal, contractual or similar circumstances.
Protecting your personal data is important to us. We store all the personal data you give on secure servers, and we have strict procedures in place to protect against loss, misuse, unauthorised access, change, publication or destruction of your personal data.
Although we work hard to protect your personal data, we cannot guarantee that our security precautions prevent any and all unauthorised attempts to gain access to, use or disclose personal data. Even so, we maintain security and incident plans, including plans for dealing with any breaches of data security in the event of a physical or technical incident to deal with this punctually and to minimise every adverse impact of such an incident.
We understand that you may occasionally need additional information from us about your personal data, and how they are being processed, or perhaps you want to update or edit the personal data you have given us. Accordingly, your rights include the following:
RIGHT TO HAVE PERSONAL DATA ERASED (RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN): Under certain circumstances, e.g. if your personal data has been processed unlawfully, or if you have withdrawn your consent (if the processing of your personal data is based on consent), you have the right to request and obtain an erasure of your personal data by us.
RIGHT TO LIMITATION OF PROCESSING: Under certain circumstances, e.g. if you question the accuracy of your personal data or if you have filed an objection against our legitimate purposes for processing your personal data, you have the right to request that we restrict the processing your personal data until a resolution has been found.
RIGHT TO PROTEST AGAINST PROCESSING: Under certain circumstances, e.g. you question our legitimate interest in processing your personal data, you have the right to file an objection to such processing on grounds which concern your unique situation.
RIGHT TO FILE A COMPLAINT WITH A SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY: You have the right to file a complaint concerning our processing of your personal data with your supervisory authority.
If our processing of your personal data is based on your consent, you have the right to withdraw such consent at any time whatsoever (this will not affect the processing based on your consent before the withdrawal, however) by contacting us or by updating the settings in the Service (wherever relevant).
Please contact us by using the following contact data to submit a request relating to your rights. Commercially, we will make a reasonable endeavour to reply to your request within thirty (30) days after receiving such a request. If we cannot accommodate your request within a period of thirty (30) days, we will notify you about this, specifying the reason for the delay and when we expect to be able to meet your request.
The person responsible for data protection at Priess A/S can be contacted via e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are subject to and bound by Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data (“GDPR”), and Danish Act No 429 of 31 May 2000 on the processing of personal data (Personal Data Protection Act).