When booking an interpretation, we gather the personal data for the citizen or patient in need of interpretation, which you enter while making the booking. The information is directly transferred to our booking system, and immediately after this is not available on the Internet. As mentioned above, all traffic between the website and our booking system is encrypted, so the personal data of your citizen or patient remain secure during the booking process.
By requesting a quote for interpretation or translation, you consent to us processing your personal data for use during the quoting process and for contacting you later on.
Equally, we never sell your personal data to any third party. Nor do we pass on your personal data to any third party, save where Danish law requires us to do so.
This means that you are entitled to be informed which personal data may refer back to you. If the information or data about you, which we have registered and process, are incorrect or misleading, you have a right to demand that we rectify, remove or block the data.
You can also, at any time, revoke your consent to us processing and registering data about you. Please note, however, that doing so will effect or remove in full our ability to provide you with the service levels that you expect, and which we want to be able to deliver.
If you are not satisfied with our response to your request, you may file a complaint over our processing of personal information and data about you.
According to section 58, subsection 1, of the Danish Act on Personal Data, the complaint must be made to the Danish Data Protection Agency (Datatilsynet) (link opens in a new window).