1.1. This Cookie and Data Protection Policy explains how Yodaway ApS (“we” or “us”)
collects and otherwise processes your information when you visit our website, Yodaway.com and in this connection provide information about yourself. This regards both information that you have provided yourself or information collected automatically when you visit our website.
1.2. We would like to offer a clear and user-friendly website with offers and information about the products we have developed. To achieve this, we use technologies that can collect, analyze and sort information about how you and other users use the website. Below, you can read what information we collect, how we treat it and who you can contact if you have any questions or comments about the Cookie and Data Protection Policy.
1.3. When the information we collect is attributable to you (“personal data”), we make sure that this only happens once you have given your consent. We do not collect personal information via our website, other than what is described below.
1.4. For convenience, we have divided these terms into a first part, the data protection part, and a second part that refers to the cookies we use.
2.Data protection of your personal data
2.1. In accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and Council, dated 27 April 2016 (“GDPR”) it is up to us as a business and owner of our website to respect a range of obligations to protect your personal information.
The legal entity responsible for processing your personal data is::
Øster Alle 102
2.2.Collection and processing of personal data.
Through our website and the associated technical solutions, we collect the following categories of personal data for the purposes specified below:
A. Conclusion and administration of Smartpoint:
Delivery of services in connection with your registration for a Smartpoint agreement. Personal information is used for the purpose of administering the Agreement, including in connection with payment for your purchase of Smartpoint. In this regard, we will process your: name, address, email address, phone number, payment information (including credit card information).
The basis for this is the GDPR art. 6.1.b (agreement fulfillment). This information stems directly from you or someone who represents you.
To the extent that is necessary and within the purpose of our agreement, we will be able to share the information with the following categories of recipients: our suppliers and dealers, including IT vendors, support, merchandise providers and financial institutions, accounting firms that we partner with to assist our company.
We keep the information for as long as necessary to fulfill the purpose of our agreement, to be expected up to 3 years after the end of the contractual relationship. Information about your purchases and payments however, is always stored for 5 years plus the current year in accordance with the requirements of the Accounting Act.
B. Sign up for our newsletter
Personal information is used for marketing purposes, including targeting
our communication with you based on your areas of interest and focus, including
when sending newsletters.
We process the following categories of personal information about you:
This information is collected directly from you or someone representing you.
The basis of our process is GDPR art. 6.1.a (consent).
The information will not be shared with other companies.
We will keep your personal data for as long as necessary in relation to the described purposes, but not more than 2 years after you have withdrawn your consent to receive newsletters.
C. Website Optimization and Profiling
In order to improve the design of our website and target marketing
of our products, we collect the following personal information: name, address, email,
phone number, IP address, cookies. This is done for the following purposes:
1) By using our website, user traffic information is collected from the page, including the pages visited. This information is used to optimize usage experience on our website as well as to design the website as best as possible. See more details below under the section on cookies.
2) Marketing: personal data is used for targeted marketing and communication with you based on your areas of interest and focus, including sending you relevant marketing in the form of newsletters (if you have subscribed to ours newsletter service). This information is not disclosed to advertisers but is used to create a profile of our users.
The basis of our treatment is GDPR art. 6.1.f (necessity to be able to follow legitimate interests in relation to marketing and website improvement).
We may share your personal information with suppliers with whom we partner in relation to our website. We keep the information for as long as it is needed for the purpose, however, so that basic information is deleted no later than 3 years after the collection has happened. Marketing consents are stored for 2 years after the last consent has last been used.
3.2. A cookie is a text file that allows the storage of information, or access the stored data on your computer, tablet, smartphone, terminal equipment and the like in order to collect data about you as well as to recognize the equipment. The data collected from cookies is used, among other things, to analyze your behavior on the website, and to give you the optimal experience. A cookie is a passive file, so it cannot spread computer viruses or other malicious software. Both first-party and third-party cookies are available. We make use of both.
3.3. We use the following first-party cookies::
3.3.1. Session Cookies: These are temporary cookies that are deleted when you close your internet browser. The purpose of session cookies is to remember your preferences and register, when you leave the website.
3.3.2. Persistent cookies. Persistent cookies remain in the subfolder of your Internet browser, until you manually delete them or your Internet browser deletes them based on the duration of the cookie file. The duration is typically between 30 seconds and 2 years, and for [ ] typically up to 30 days. The purpose of persistent cookies is to be able to separate the visitors from each other and determine if the visitor is a unique visitor in the system, which is used for web statistics. In addition, the purpose is to collect statistics on when the visitors have visited the website as well as information on where the visitor is coming from and moving on to.
3.4. Google Analytics has access to session cookies and persistent cookies set by the Housing Association of Vesterport.
3.5. We set the following, as third party cookies:
3.5.1. Facebook Pixels: The Facebook pixel is an analysis tool that we use to measure the effectiveness of our advertising on Facebook by analyzing the actions, that you do on our website. With Facebook-Pixel we thus collect data about your journey on our website for the purpose of direct marketing on Facebook. You can read more about Facebook pixels here.
3.5.2. Google Analytics Cookies: Google analytics helps website owners measure, how the visitor interacts with content on the website. You can read more about what cookies Google analytics sets as well as their expiration time here.
4. How do you delete cookies?
4.1. You can delete cookies if you no longer want to store them on your computer, tablet or other similar device. You can do this by using the [CTRL] + [SHIFT] + [DELETE]. If this does not work, you can click below depending on which browser you apply:
▪ Google Chrome
▪ Internet Explorer
▪ Mozilla Firefox
▪ Flash cookies
▪ Apple devices
▪ Windows phone
▪ Android devices
5. Transfer to countries outside the EU (or EEA)
5.1. We normally do not need to transfer your personal data to countries outside of the EU and our existing partners are located within the EU area. In special situations however, we may be required to transfer data to countries outside the EU / EEA. In such situations however, we will always ensure that there are the necessary technical and contractual guarantees, including that the transfer is covered by the Privacy Shield principles (in so far as data is transferred to the United States) or similar EU approved schemes.
6. Your rights in relation to personal data
6.1. You have the following rights::
• You have the right to request access, rectification or deletion of your personal data. If you want to change the card details provided, this can be done via website or on our app.
• You also have the right to oppose the processing of your personal data as well as limit the processing of your personal data.
• In particular, you have an unconditional right to oppose the processing of your personal data for use in direct marketing.
• If the processing of your personal data is based on your consent, you have
the right to revoke your consent at any time. Your recall will not have significance for the legality of the treatment made prior to your recall of your consent.
• You have the right to receive the personal data that you have provided yourself in one structured, commonly used and machine-readable format (data portability).
• You can always file a complaint with a data protection regulatory authority, e.g. “Datatilsynet”.
6.2. Do you want to exercise your rights or have any questions or comments regarding this Cookie and Data Protection Policy , please contact email@example.com