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Digitaliq AS, through the managing director, is responsible for the company’s processing of personal data. Where the day-to-day responsibility has been delegated, this appears under each individual point. The delegation only covers the tasks and not the responsibility.
In this declaration, we explain which personal data we process, how we process this and the purpose of the processing. The declaration contains information you are entitled to when information is collected from our websites (Personal Information Act § 19), when you are a customer with us or apply for a job with us, as well as general information about the collection, storage and use of personal information (Personal Information Act § 18 1. joint).
About Digitaliq AS
Digitaliq AS is a digital SaaS agency with headquarters in Bergen that supplies digital platforms to handle various tasks. This declaration applies to the Norwegian business. The head office’s registered address is Kong Oscars Gate 1A, 5017 Bergen. Contact details for our data protection officer are: email@example.com.
Processing of personal data
Unless otherwise stated below, Digitaliq’s general manager has the day-to-day responsibility for Digitaliq’s processing of personal data on our websites. It is voluntary for those who visit the website to provide personal information in connection with services, for example by sending us requests, registering for courses, breakfast meetings or receiving newsletters. The basis for processing is consent from the individual, unless otherwise specified.
Digitaliq AS is responsible for processing its websites and is responsible for maintenance and development itself.
Transparencygate.com collects de-identified and anonymised information about visitors to our websites. The purpose of the collection is to prepare statistics that are used to improve and further develop content on the website and blog. Examples of which information is collected are: how visitors use the website, which website the user comes from, how many people visit the various pages, how long the visit lasts, what they click on and which browsers are used.
The information is processed in de-identified and aggregated form. De-identified means that we cannot trace the information we collect back to the individual user. We collect the entire IP address, but the IP address is automatically anonymized by removing parts of the IP address and replacing it with a new code. Aggregate level means that all data is combined into a group and that data is not processed individually.
We use the analysis tools of Google Inc for our websites. The information is stored by Google. Information from this tool is not shared with other actors by Transparency Gate.
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer, phone or tablet when you visit a website. The cookies help the website to remember your settings (for example username, language, text size and other pre-selections) for a certain period. Cookies are also used to improve functionality, to collect information for analysis purposes or for marketing purposes.
Your IP address is anonymized before it is sent to Google Analytics and the information sent does not contain any information that can identify you as a user. We cannot therefore track the actions of the individual user, but analyze the use of the website on an overall level.
All browsers make it possible to limit cookie behavior or to disable them using the browser’s settings. The browser also allows you to see which cookies are stored on the computer, and to delete a single cookie or to remove them all together. You will find a link further down the page on how to do this.
The following cookies are used on our website:
Gives visitors a unique ID that is constant from visit to visit. Allows us to see if users return to the website, but without identifying them.
Duration: 2 years after the last visit
Separates users from each other, in the same way as _ga.
Duration: 24 hours
The cookie is used to limit the number of queries to Google Analytics Stores no information.
Duration: 1 minute
Used by Google Analytics to determine which links users click on (if there are several similar ones).
Duration: 2 years
Set by Google Analytics to keep track of how many times a user visits the website, how the user got to the website and which country the user is in. The cookie also calculates an end time for the visit.
Contains campaign-related information about the user. If Google Analytics and Google Adwords are connected, Adwords will read this cookie if the user has not opted out*. 90 days _gads Google Adwords, can be set to prevent a user from seeing the same ad over and over again.
Duration: Maximum 540 days
You can read more about Google’s policy for the use of personal data here: https://www.google.com/intl/no/policies/privacy/
Other information gathered by our websites
Use of the contact form on our website
When you use the contact form on our website, we ask for the following information: Name, e-mail address, company, telephone number, what your inquiry is about.
The purpose of collecting and storing information is to be able to respond and have a dialogue about your inquiry. The information is stored on a separate encrypted server. The information will be stored for as long as we find it expedient.
Registration for courses and other events
When registering for our courses or seminars, the following information is collected:
- Name of the person ordering
- E-mail address of the person ordering
- Address of company, as well as invoicing information
- Name of the person/s registering for the course
- E-mail address of the person/s who register for the course
- Telephone number of the person/s who register for the course
- Eventual comments
Digitaliq sends out Newsletters. In order to receive this, you must register your e-mail address with us. If you unsubscribe from the newsletter, your information will be deleted.
Server log on websites
All visits to our websites are stored in a log on our server. The information stored is the IP address of the device visiting the website. The information is collected to ensure operations. In the event of an attack against the website, the IP address used in connection with the attack will be blocked.
E-mail and phone
We use e-mail and telephone as part of our daily work to be able to dialogue and respond to inquiries from potential customers, customers, former customers and other partners.
The individual employee is responsible for deleting messages that are no longer relevant, and must at least once a year go through and delete unnecessary content in the e-mail box. Upon resignation, the e-mail account is deleted. Relevant e-mails will normally be transferred to colleagues.
Sensitive personal data must not be sent via e-mail. Please note that normal e-mail is not encrypted. We therefore encourage you to exercise caution and not send confidential information, sensitive data or confidential information by e-mail.
3.0 Other conditions where we register personal data
Use of third-parties and Sub-contractors
Digitaliq uses subcontractors to assist with the operation and storage of collected personal data. Through their assistance to us, these will be able to gain access to personal data. Statutory data processing agreements have been entered into with these.
You have the right to access personal data about you and how it is processed. You also have the right to have the information corrected, deleted or to limit the processing of the personal information in accordance with the Personal Data Act.
You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for access to, change or deletion of information.
Processing of personal data is based on consent and you can withdraw consent at any time.
If you believe that Digitaliq AS has not respected your rights in accordance with the Personal Data Act, you have the right to complain to the relevant supervisory authority, which in Norway is the Norwegian Data Protection Authority.
Feel free to contact us with any questions or other inquiries.