This website is provided by IntraNote a/s, and when you click into the website, information will be collected about your activities on the site. In the following, you can read more about the kind of information we collect, how and for what purpose we use such information, who will have access to this information, and whom you should contact concerning the collected information.
When you visit one or more of IntraNote's sites, you will automatically receive one or more cookies. If you do not wish to receive cookies, you can find guidelines for how to completely, or partly, avoid cookies, and how to delete already received cookies here.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that can be stored in your browser. A cookie may contain text, figures or a date, but our cookies contain no personal information. A cookie is NOT a program and can NOT contain virus.
How long cookies will be stored
The lifespan of a cookie will depend on the individual provider. Some cookies will disappear the moment you close the browser window, whereas others may exist for up to two years. Many providers will typically use a 12- or 24-month lifespan for their advertisement, statistics and content-related cookies. Please note that the lifespan will be extended for each visit, and thus cookies will be stored on your computer for e.g. 24 months from the last time you visited a website. You can, at all times, delete cookies on your computer. Read the guidelines here.
How do I avoid cookies?
If you do not wish to receive cookies, you can block off all cookies, delete existing cookies from your hard disk or receive a warning prior to a cookie being saved. Read the guidelines for how to set up this in your browser, here.
Please note that the link contains guidelines for most browsers, there will however by browsers that are not mentioned. You can always use your browser's help function to get more information on cookie settings. This is typically done by pressing F1 on your computer and search for "cookies".
IntraNote a/s applies cookies for purposes of keeping statistics over the number of users and their activities on our site.
Cookies by collaborative partners
We also use HubSpot third-party cookies for the purpose of assessing the use of the website and in order to be able to target our communication to users in the best possible way and to enable us to present the most relevant content for the individual visitor. Read more about cookies from HubSpot here
Personal data is never handed over to third parties, and we never collect personal data if you have not yourself provided such information by e.g. signing up for an event or newsletters, or by requesting a telephone call, material or online demos. Here, such information as e.g. information about firm, address, postal code, e-mail and telephone number will be collected. The personal data will be used for the provision of the service for which the data is collected.
Protection of personal data
Pursuant to the Danish Data Protection Act your personal data must be securely and confidentially stored. We keep your confidential information on computers with limited access that are located in controlled facilities, and our security precautions are continually assessed for the purpose of deciding whether our user information are handled securely in respect of your rights as a user. We cannot, however, provide a 100 percent guarantee as regards data transmissions via the internet. This means that there might be a risk that others will obtain unwarranted access to your information during the electronic transmission and storage of your data. Thus, the surrender of your personal data will be at your own risk.
The fast development of the internet means that it may be necessary to introduce changes in our treatment of personal data. Thus, we reserve the right to update and change these present guidelines for the treatment of personal data.
To the extent that we process personal information about you, you shall – pursuant to the Data Protection Act – be entitled to be informed about which personal data that can be attributed to you. In the event that processed information or data about you turns out to be incorrect or misleading, you shall be entitled to require such data to be rectified, deleted or blocked. You shall, at all times, be entitled to object to data about you being subjected to processing. Likewise, you shall also be entitled to call back your consent. You can make a complaint about the processing of information and data about you. Such a complaint shall be made to the Danish Data Protection Agency cf. s. 58(1) of the Data Protection Act.