Your privacy is important to us.
What counts as personal data?
Personal information is information about an identified or identifiable natural person. An identifiable natural person is a person who can be identified directly or indirectly, via a name, social security number, location data, IP address or one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity in the natural person.
Information we collect.
The personal information you provide is data that you actively provide to us by filling out various types of forms. When you register for our webinars and campaigns, we may ask you to fill in forms where you give us your personal information.
We collect how visitors use the website and users experience the information, via your IP address, information about your browser settings and how your operating system uses the pages. This information is processed on the basis of a balance of interests and is used to develop the website’s functions and content.
Recipient of the personal data.
We have agreements with third party service providers to help us get a better picture of the visitors to the website. These service providers may not use the information they collect on our behalf for anything other than helping us run and improve our business.
Cookies are common and can be found on many different websites. On Venandi’s website, cookies are used for login, statistics and adaptation of the content to the visitor’s wishes and choices. They can also be used to target more relevant marketing to our potential and existing customers.
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on the visitor’s computer in order to improve the experience and simplify the use of the website. By using Venandi’s services, you agree to this.
There are two types of cookies, permanent cookies and session cookies, both of which are used on Venandi’s website. A permanent cookie remains on the visitor’s computer for a certain period of time while a session cookie is temporarily stored in the computer’s memory while a visitor is on a website. Session cookies disappear when the visitor closes their browser. If you have a newer browser, it often has support for so-called private browsing or incognito browsing. This means that all cookies are cleared every time you close your browser.
If you do not want to allow cookies, you can choose to change the settings in your browser so that they are not accepted. See the browser’s help pages for more information. Some functions on the website may be affected if cookies are not allowed.
How long we keep the personal data.
We only store your personal information for as long as it is relevant for the purpose for which it was originally collected. We save your personal information for a maximum of twelve months.
You have the right to request a report on what personal information we have about you by requesting a so-called register extract. This can be done free of charge once a year. You also have the right to request that incorrect information about you be corrected, as well as the opportunity to request that we delete your personal information. You have the right to revoke your consent to the processing of personal data and to prohibit the use of your personal information for direct marketing.
You also have the right to submit any complaints about the processing of your personal data to the national supervisory authority.
Links to third parties.
We can publish or offer products from third parties on our website. These third party websites have their own, independent privacy rules. We therefore take no responsibility for the content and activities of these linked websites.