It is essential for Barma to respect the privacy of visitors to Barma’s website and those who use Barma’s various products and services. In this policy, you can read more about how the personal data that Barma receives is handled.
We will inform you before collecting personal data (such as name and email address).
It is important to understand that giving Barma access to personal data is completely voluntary. Amongst other things, Barma collects these data to:
– Process your purchase and deliver our products and services;
– Comply with current legislation.
The use of your personal data for, e.g., marketing purposes is dependent on your consent. In some cases, the legislation permits Barma to contact you without your consent.
Barma will not transfer your data to other parties unless you have consented to this.
You are permitted to inform Barma that you no longer wish to receive information (such as emails and news) at any time.
You have the right to know what data of yours we have on file, should you wish. You also have the right to object to our collection and processing of your data and amend the data we have registered.
Barma has a policy of confidentiality with its clients and partners. As a result, we prioritise confidentiality and data security. Barma maintains a security level that matches the information we process—including when it comes to protecting your personal data.
Links to external pages
Barma wants to benefit from the ability to share information online. For this reason, Barma’s website contains links to or integrated information from other websites. Barma cannot be held responsible for the handling of personal data or the content on these websites. Barma recommends that you read the relevant policies on these websites.
If you need our help with something, get in touch with email@example.com to tell us more. Perhaps you no longer want to receive information, wish to amend/delete personal data, or have a question regarding Barma’s processing of your or your business’ data.
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Latest update: 26-01-2022
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What is a cookie?
A cookie is a passive file that cannot gather information on your computer or distribute viruses and other malware. A cookie allows the website to recognise your computer and gather information regarding the pages you visit and the features you use. But cookies cannot see who you are, what your name is, where you live, or whether one or more people use the computer.
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Den Gode By, Karen Blixens Boulevard 7, 8220 Brabrand
Latest update: 26-01-2022