In accordance with the EU’s current data regulation (now best known as GDPR), we have drawn up a data policy. This means a number of rules for how we store and use information that you send or otherwise provide to us.
What information do we keep and what do we use it for?
Cookies on the website
Necessary. On DEO’s website there are some necessary, technical cookies. Among other things, they must ensure security when entering and managing other cookies. You cannot opt out if the website is to function.
Preferences. If our website is to be able to remember all your preferences – for example an entered name on registrations – then it requires that you accept that type of cookies. Inputs are mostly also remembered by browsers such as Chrome.
Statistics. We need to be able to keep up with traffic in order to optimize our work and reach as many interested citizens as possible. That is why we have cookies from Google Analytics, which give us an anonymous overview of users, clicks and submission of registrations on the website. We need your consent to do this.
You can view and change your cookie consent here : Administrer samtykke
Information You Provide to DEO
We only store information you have submitted yourself on registration forms or provided in connection with registration for events or travels.
In order to be able to collect membership fees, send invitations and newsletters, we store general information about you: Your name, address, telephone number and email address.
If you wish to stop membership, you will be offered to continue receiving newsletters for free, and if you do not wish to do so, your data will be deleted completely.
If you are unsubscribed due to an oversight when paying your dues, we will contact you with an invitation to continue your membership – or to continue receiving newsletters.
If you actively opt out, we automatically delete all your information.
If you register for an event, we will save your general information in order to invite you to similar events in the future. You can always opt out of receiving information by contacting our data controller, and you can always unsubscribe from newsletters at the bottom of every email.
In order to be able to book flights, hotels and to be able to visit institutions (e.g. the EU Parliament in Brussels), we also register information about date of birth and passport number when registering for travel.
In certain cases, we also need to register other information if you have special wishes or needs in connection with travel.
We usually keep this information for future trips, but you will be able to have it deleted at any time.
Contact from DEO by letter, newsletter and info-mails
We send out a newsletter every month with an overview of all our activities and news.
About four times a year we issue our publications to members of the DEO. These are typically the small books in the Samfundtanker series. As an active participant in DEO, you can also receive the books by post if we have a special occasion or special opportunity to offer it.
We contact selected groups with direct email inquiries or info emails when there is a relevant reason. It could be a debate meeting at your local library.
You can always unsubscribe from all inquiries or specific types of inquiries by writing or calling us on tel +45 70 26 36 66 or email email@example.com.
Who has access to your information?
Only the data controller and the employee who needs the specific information to be able to perform their work have access to this data.
We never share your information with third parties, apart from the necessary information for airlines, hotels and institutions.
Pictures and recordings from DEO’s activities
We take photos at events and trips, which may be published on our website or on social media. You can always ask the photographer not to use or take pictures of you.
We often record online activities and share them on our YouTube channel. We always inform in advance and you can always opt out of showing your video at online meetings.
On occasion, our public meetings are covered by the media – often a local radio or television station. In some cases we will live stream or record meetings. In such cases, you are always informed of the specific circumstances, and we always take into account wishes not to appear on recordings.
Who is our data controller?
Our member secretary Dorte Duun is our data controller. She ensures that your personal data is protected in accordance with the law.
She is also the person you should contact if you have questions about what data we have on you, how it is used, or if you want data deleted.
You can contact Dorte Duun by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +45 70 26 36 66.