Cookies are small text files that we store on your computer, tablet or mobile phone – but only if you give us permission to do so. They are used to collect statistical information about how our website is used, they remember your settings for the page and other practical information.
When you visit minibooster.com, we collect certain information about you, which is used to customise the content you are viewing, as well as to keep track of which pages of our website you have visited. We also facilitate cookies for some of our cooperating partners such as Facebook and Google.
If you do not feel comfortable with the fact that we store this type of information, you can delete the cookies in question by using your browser program. The procedure depends on the browser program you use on your mobile device, tablet or computer with which you are viewing the website. Find out more about how to delete cookies in your browser program here.
Below you will find more information about what cookies are, as well as which type of information we store from your visit and why we do it. You will also be able to find information about which cooperating partners are provided with access to this information. At the bottom of the page, you can read about how we handle your personal data.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on the device with which you are visiting our website. The cookie text does not contain any executable code, which is why our cookies cannot spread virus attacks, ransomware or other harmful software.
Our cookie only contains
- unambiguous identification of your device
- the settings you use on our website
and makes it possible to
- obtain statistics about your visit
- target ads for you from us
What happens if I block your cookies?
If you either block or delete cookies from our website after your visit, you will experience that the page does not work quite as good as if you had not blocked or deleted our cookies. Furthermore, there might be content which you can no longer access.
Also, you will not be able to see our ads, for example, on social media, Google and other websites that use the Google Ads Network.
What type of cookies are used by minibooster.com?
At minibooster.com we use a number of different cooperating partners’ cookies to, among other things, keep track of which pages you visit when you visit the website.
In general, a visit to our website leaves one or more cookies from these partners:
- Google Analytics – statistics of visit with registration of which pages on the website, you visit
We also use our own cookies to register your visit and your selections on our website.
If you sign up to receive our newsletter, take part in user surveys, use our online tools, or buy products or services from us via our website, we will collect various personal data about you.
Among other things, these include:
- Technical information about the device you used to visit the page
- A unique user id that identifies you the next time you visit us
- The device’s IP address that you used to visit our website
- Your geographical location during the visit
- An overview of the pages that you have viewed on the website
- The information you have entered into forms on the website
- Payment details and contact information specified when making a purchase from the page
Are my data safe with you?
We try in the best way possible to avoid that your data are passed on to a third party, are made public illegally, or are passed on to unauthorised persons, just like we do not sell on your personal data to neither cooperating partners nor a third party.
In this way you are protected against any form of misuse of your personal data, just like we guarantee that we will store your personal data safely according to the applicable rules and regulations in this area.
What are my data used for?
The purpose of storing and using your personal data depends on the type of behaviour you have displayed on our website. Have you:
Visited the website – the data are used to identify you, detect which pages you visit, and improve your user experience during the visit
Signed up to receive our newsletter – we store your email address and your name in order for us to personalise the emails we send to you
Filled out our contact form – we store your name, your email address and your telephone number in order for us to contact you and personalise the communication
Used one or more of our online services – we store your IP address and all entered information related to the use of the online service
Purchased services or products from us on the website – we store your credit card details, information about your purchases, and the necessary contact information, including name, address and phone number.
For how long do you store my personal data?
We store your personal data according to the legislation governing this area. As soon as your data are no longer relevant to us, or the time limit for storing data is exceeded (see legislation), the personal data in question are deleted from our systems.
For how long we store the information is determined by the type of information and why we store it. We are therefore not able to state a general time limit as to how long the different types of information are stored in our systems.
To whom are my personal data passed on?
All information about your behaviour on our website, your geographical location, your gender and age segment are passed on to a third party in such a way that it does not make sense to outsiders. We also only pass on information which is known to us. Under the section Which cookies are used by minibooster.com, you will find an overview of third parties to whom we pass on your personal data, as well as what type of information.
For the storage itself and the handling of data we use a number of third-party suppliers who only store your personal data on our behalf, and they are not able to use them for their own purposes.
No personal data such as name and email address are passed on to others, unless we have received your consent in advance. As to storage, we have chosen the safest data storage centres and cloud services within the borders of the EU, who guarantee effective protection of your personal data.
Do you want to know more or make a complaint?
The applicable law governing personal data makes it possible for you to access information about which actual personal data we store about you. The legislation also allows you to object to what we use your personal data for, just like you can revoke your consent, so that we are not allowed to store your personal data any longer.
If you want to know more about which of your personal data we store, or if you want to have them deleted, you can contact us by email. If you want to make a complaint about our storage or handling of your personal data, you must contact The Danish Data Protection Agency (Datatilsynet).