Processing of personal information in connection with newsletter subscription and user login creation
The Danish National ID Centre collects and processes your personal data in the form of your e-mail address, for the purpose of sending the Centre´s newsletter or for providing you with access to the Centre’s website.
Your e-mail address is also used by the Danish National ID Centre to record statistics concerning login usage and for monitoring which pages of the website are visited most often. If you subscribe to the Centre’s newsletter, the Danish National ID Centre will also use your e-mail address to manage your subscription, to ascertain how many subscribers open the newsletter or click on the active links in it.
By creating a subscription to the Centre’s newsletter or by creating a user profile login, you consent to the collection and processing of your e-mail address in order to allow the Centre to perform its services. Your e-mail address is disclosed to the Centre’s website provider, which is Netcompany (www.netcompany.com/en).
Your e-mail address is processed according to article 6(1), letters a) and e) of the General Data Protection regulation. This means that the legal basis for processing your data is on your consent, or a legal obligation, if you act on behalf of one of the authorities covered by section 40 (1), of the Immigration Act (Udlændingeloven).
Only employees of the authorities covered by section 40 (1) of the Immigration Act are automatically approved to create user profiles on the Centre’s website. Other persons may apply for a user profile login by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Danish National ID Centre will store your e-mail address as long as it is necessary to give you access to the website or to be able to send the centre´s newsletter to you. You can withdraw your consent at any time, by clicking on the unsubscribe link or by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.Your e-mail address will be automatically deleted after six months, if your user profile and login remain unused.