Privacy Statement

What is the purpose of a privacy notice?
The purpose of this privacy notice is to show and explain how we treat, collect and protect
the user’s personal data. The protection of personal data has our highest priority.
Furthermore, we wish to show which data we collect, and for what purpose.
If you have any questions regarding this, please do not hesitate to contact us. You will find
our contact information on the contact page and at the bottom of this page.

Which information do we collect?
Through our website we collect information about user behavior, i.e. landing page, amount of
time spent on the page, browser type, et cetera.
The same applies to contact by e-mail and use of the contact form on the website. Here we
collect the user’s name, e-mail address, telephone number and other data, which may
appear in an e-mail correspondence.

How do we collect the data?
The website collects user information through two separate channels:

  • Through the use of so-called cookies. (See our Cookie Policy)
  • Data supplied by the user

Use of personal data
The data collected through the website is used to improve the services of the website and
other services, e.g. marketing campaigns and newsletters.

Protection of data
According to new legislation user data must be stored in a secure manner. As a result of this
we have implemented new security measures to ensure that our internal procedures are in
accordance with the current legislation on the storage of personal data. We check on a
regular basis that the data is treated and stored securely and soundly.
We would never share your data with a third party and would never hand over your data
without your explicit approval.
On the internet there is no such thing as total security, and consequently we cannot offer any
guarantee that the exchange of data between the user, e-mails and the website is 100 per
cent secure. There will always be a risk of someone gaining forced access to the data in
storage or during transmission. The giving away of your personal data is your responsibility.
The information collected will be deleted, when it is no longer relevant.

Changes to the privacy policy
The internet is dynamic end ever changing, and consequently the privacy policy is subject to
change. We reserve the right to adjust and update our privacy policy as necessary.
When changes do occur, they will be marked with the date of effect.

Contact regarding personal data
If you wish to access the information we have collected about you through the website,
please contact us at info.dk@threehorses.com.
This also applies if you have objections or additions to the privacy policy stated above.

Publisher of this policy:
Three Horses A/S
Langebjerg 29
DK-4000 Roskilde
CVR: 81636818

Mail:
info.dk@threehorses.com
For more information contact us