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Personal data means all types of information that can be attributed to you. This information will be used to identify you as a user, register your purchases and payments and to be able to deliver the services you have requested. In addition, we use this information to optimise our services and content.
When you sign up for a newsletter, purchase a course or subject, or fill out a contact form, you agree and consent to Dania Academy collecting and processing your personal data in accordance with the following conditions.
When you use eadania.com, we collect and process the following type of information about you: technical information about your computer, tablet or mobile, your IP number, geographic location and what pages you click onto. When you give us explicit consent and enter additional information, we also collect your name, phone number, email address and payment information. Explicit consent typically happens in connection with the purchase of a subject or course or when registering for newsletters or requesting further information about our products and courses.
We treat your information confidentially and securely. We use some third parties for storage and processing of the data. The third parties only deal with information on our behalf and may not use it for their own purposes. An example of this could be handling of data in relation to targeting of ads about Dania Academy, which have been customised to your interests.
We ensure that your information is not processed in breach of the law in this area. View the personal data laws at the Danish data protection agency
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