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Data protection policy - collection and use of personal data

Processing of personal data - contract fulfilment

In connection with your purchase from us, you have entered a range of personal information. In particular:

  • Your name
  • Your address
  • Your email address
  • Your telephone number
  • Your payment information

We process this personal information in connection with the processing of your purchase, as this is necessary for us to be able to fulfil our part of the agreement, and for a limited period thereafter to ensure that everything is completed as intended. As soon as this information/data is no longer required, it will be deleted from our system.
If you have ordered a delivery, information in the form of your name, address, telephone number and email address will be disclosed to our delivery service for the purpose of delivering your items.

Processing of personal information - Consent

If you have ticked the box “Please send me your newsletters”, we will process your email address and information regarding your purchases/registration with us until no longer relevant. In practice, this means until you advise us that you no longer wish to receive email from us.
You can revoke your consent at any time. You can do this either via the link at the end of our email or by contacting us directly via email and telling us that you no longer wish to receive our newsletters.

Data security

Irrespective of whether we process your personal information for the fulfilment of a contract or on the basis of your consent, we will always process your personal information securely and confidentially in accordance with relevant legislation, including the General Data Protection Regulation and the Data Protection Act.
Your information will only be used for the purpose for which it is has been collected and will be deleted once this purpose has been satisfied or is no longer relevant. We use third parties for the processing of your payment information and for the management of your purchases using our CRM system. We have concluded data processor agreements with these data processors which is our guarantee that they comply with relevant regulations regarding the protection of your personal information.

Information, objection, change, data portability, and deletion

You can always contact us if you wish to know which personal information we hold about you. You can do this by contacting

Ikast Etiket A/S
CVR No.: 10402980
Neptunvej 6
DK-7430 Ikast
Tel.: +45 97 15 53 12
Email: info@labelyourself.co.uk

In case of errors in our information, you can request a correction, so that we hold the proper information, just as you are entitled to be provided with the information in a standard format (data portability). If you require changes or data portability, please do contact us via the email address previously provided.
If you no longer want us to process your personal information, or if you want us to limit the processing of your personal information, you can also send us a request for this to the email address stated above.
Your information (with the exception of your email address in connection with other relevant information if you have given your consent to the processing of same with a view to receiving offers) will be deleted 6 months after you have received your item/service.
If you wish to revoke your consent for the processing of your email address (to allow us to send you our newsletter and relevant offers), you can do this at any time by clicking on a link in the individual newsletter email. If you wish to complain about our processing of your personal information, you can contact the Danish Data Protection Agency at this address Borgergade 28,5., DK-1300 Copenhagen, telephone +45 33 19 32 00 email: dt@datatilsynet.dk.

Cookie policy

Contact information / publisher

Ikast Etiket A/S
CVR No.: 10402980
Neptunvej 6
DK-7430 Ikast
Tel.: +45 97 15 53 12
Email: info@labelyourself.co.uk

Introduction - for our visitors

Ikast Etiket uses cookies at our website to give you a better experience and to make things easier for you.
Cookies are a slightly complex issue, but basically speaking they are small ‘programmes’ that collect information about your movements within a specific website. We use it for things such as seeing how many visitors we have had to our website and which sub-pages they visit. This enables us to create a better user experience. There are many ways to get good use out of cookies when managing a website.

We also collect data via our website, such as when you fill in a contact form. We store this data in order to be able to use it appropriately, i.e. to be able to contact you.

The General Data Protection Regulation comes into force on 25 May 2018 and we do all we can to comply with this and to ensure that your data is only used for the purposes for which we have your consent.

As a part of this, we try to offer maximum transparency so that you can see how we collect and process your data.

It is important to understand that you are always welcome to write us with questions regarding our cookie and data protection policy.

What do we collect?

We only collect data for which you provide your consent when you visit our website.

We may ask for:

  • “Personal data” – personal data are data that can identify you as a person or which may be unique to you. This could be your name, your email address, or your telephone number.
  • “Other information” – this could be things such as your company name, the industry you are active in, or the browser you used to visit our website.
  • We generally do not collect “Sensitive data”. This includes data regarding your personal views, religious belief, race or ethnicity, etc. If we should do so, we will inform you unequivocally before you are asked to supply any such data.

How do we collect the data?

We collect data in to different ways: Directly and indirectly.

Direct access to your data is provided by yourself, for example:

  • If you fill in a form at our website (they will all store the data for a limited period)
  • If you write to us via a chat module on the website
  • If you respond to surveys or the like from us

Indirect data is automatically collected when you visit our website. The first time you visit our website (and many other websites) you give your “OK” to the use of cookies. These cookies help collect data about your movements within our website and services. This could be, for example:

  • Traffic data (digital)
  • Location
  • Browser

Among other things which cannot identify you as a person, but help us to know how many visitors we have to our website, how many have been in touch, or how many have made a purchase, for statistical purposes.

We are unable to identify individuals with this data, which is automatically transferred to the programme “Google Analytics”, about which you can read more here: Google Analytics

If you should ever want to see a list of the cookies that we (and others) use, you can find guides for various browsers here: Manage Cookies

If you wish to know which cookies are frequently used, you can learn more at danskemedier.dk

Why/how do we use the information we collect?

There may be many reasons why and how we use the data that we collect. A couple of reasons are:

  • To create a better experience at our website. We may look at your movements within our website in order to later update it to make it easier for your to navigate.
  • It could be to show you marketing content for one of our products at some other time or via a different medium. It may also, conversely, be to exclude you from our marketing if you have already purchased our product.
  • To be able to respond to your communications to us.
  • To know how many daily, monthly, and annual visitors we have to our website.

There are lots of reasons for collecting data, and generally speaking it is to try to improve our business so that we can always improve the experience for customers/visitors to our website.

Gain access to, edit, and delete your own data

You are always welcome to get in touch to find out which types of data we have about you and have it deleted, if you should so wish.

We have provided all of the above in order to provide maximum transparency regarding the data we collect via our website and we hope it has given you a fair idea of why and how we use the data collected via our website.

We look after your data and would never share or sell them.