Last updated: 03.03.2019
NDC is established in Norway and adheres to Norwegian personal data protection legislation, Personopplysningsloven, hereunder GDPR and at all times applicable law. NDC processes personal data relating to customers and other persons who have contacted or interacted with NDC in connection with our services.
Our collection and use of personal data
Depending of what service you use us for, we process different types of persona data for different purposes, the categories are listed below.
When you register as a user or customer
In order to provide NDC customers/users with service agreed on with the costumer, like digital marketing and digital ads we process the following personal:
- name, email-address, phone number, home address, place of work/employer and job title.
- data, information and documents the user/customer provide to us or gives us access to when entering into an agreement with us
- data we have access to through customers signing up for our conferences and buying tickets for our events The lawful basis for the processing of this is GDPR article 6 no. 1 litra a) consent. Based on the customers consent when registering and submitting data to us.
When you sign up for our newsletters
When signing up for the newsletters on our website we process personal data about you in order to send you the newsletters and updates on our products and services. This is based on your consent when signing up your email for the specified purpose of receiving updates from NDC.
- we collect your email address and name
The lawful basis for this processing is GDPR article 6. no 1 litra a) consent when you sign up for the newsletters.
Analytical collection and use of personal data
The lawful basis for this processing is GDPR article 6 no.1 litra f) (a legitimate interest in processing when our interest is not overridden by the data subjects interests)
We keep the personal data as long as it is necessary for the specific purpose of the processing of personal data as listed above under the use and collection section.
Personal data processed for the purpose of sending out newsletters will be stored for as long as the subscriber is still subscribing to the newsletter.
Personal data will not be stored for longer time than the customer wished and can at all times be requested deleted. In some occasions personal data will be stored for a longer time in order for us to comply with legislation and requirements for bookkeeping (Bokføringsloven § 15).
We use SSL encryption on our website in order to make the personal data we process safe.
Disclosure to third parties
If we share any personal data with third parties they are to be listed in the following:
The third parties we use for our services are listed below:
How they process personal data can be read in their terms of service and privacy policies.
Eventbrite; https://www.eventbrite.com/support/articles/en_US/... ?lg=en_US
Batchbook CRM; http://batchbook.com/privacy/
Information about how our third parties process personal data can be found at their respective websites.
As a customer of our services and in accordance with required legislation you have rights connected to the processing of your personal data listed above. More information about your legal bounded rights can be found in GDPR chapter 3 “Rights of the data subject”.
Right to access
You as a user can at any time request access to which personal data that is stored and processed about you.
Right to be forgotten
You can at all times upon request ask us to delete the personal data concerning you in circumstances such as where we no longer need it or if you withdraw your consent.
Right to rectification
If the personal data we have about you is inaccurate or incomplete, you are entitled to have it rectified.
Withdrawal of consent
You can at any time withdraw your previously given consent as legal basis for processing your personal data.
Should there be any questions about the use of your personal data or concerns about misuse of your personal data you can always notify the supervisory authority, Datatilsynet.
Disputes and choice of law
We have reserved the right to make changes to this policy when we find it necessary or required by legislation and you will always find the updated version on our website. For any substantial changes our users/customers will be contacted if necessary.
For any inquiries we can be contacted by:
- Email: [email protected]
- Visiting address: Martin Linges vei, 17-25, 1364 Fornebu, Norway
- Telephone: +61 (0) 2 9091 8034