Privacy policy and GDPR

To ensure that you have a safe experience at you can here find information of how we gather data and how we use it.

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Gennemtænkt IT A/S
Buchwaldsgade 50
DK-5000 Odense C

T: 2987 3442
VAT: 3052 2745

By using you accept that we manage your personal data in accordance with this data policy. We are also aware of the need to correctly manage and protect your personal information.

2. Purpose and legal basis for managing your personal data

Personal details cover all details that can be used to identify a person, this including, but not limited to, the name, family name, age, gender, private address or other physical address, email address or other contact details, irrespective if they relate to the person’s private address or workplace.

As a main rule, you can access the homepage without telling us who you are and without providing your personal details.

3. Category of personal details

The company does not gather personal information about you and we do not gather personal information from third parties and does not store details about methods of payment, for example credit card numbers, bank account numbers and similar.

4. Recipients or categories of recipients

The company does not pass on personal details about you to third parties.

5. Storing of personal details

The company does not store personal details about you.

6. Right to retract acceptance

You always have the possibility to be informed as regards the details we have registered about you, and at any time you have the right to retract your acceptance.

If you want to receive these/retract your acceptance, then contact us at 

If you choose to retract your acceptance, then this does not affect the legality of our management of your personal data on the basis of your earlier acceptance and until the time of your retraction thereof. If you retract your acceptance, then it only has affect from the retraction point of time.

You can always correct incorrect details. Details that we are required to store by law can only be deleted when the specific law permits this.

7. Your rights

Following data protection laws, a registered person has a range of rights as regards how a business manages their personal details. You must contact us if you want to make use of your rights.

7.1 Right to see details (right of access)

You have the right to access the details that we manage about you as well as a range of other details.

7.2 Right to correction

You have the right to correct incorrect details.

7.3 Right to deletion

In special circumstances you have the right to delete details about yourself, this prior to the time that our general deletion takes effect.

7.4 Right to limit processing

In certain circumstances you have the right to limit the processing of your details. If you have the right to limited processing, then we will only manage details – with the exception of storage – with your acceptance or with the view that legal claims can be incurred, made valid or be defended, or to protect a person or important interests to society.

7.5 Right to oppose

In certain situations you have the right to oppose our otherwise legal management of your personal details. You can also oppose the processing of your details for direct marketing purposes.

7.6 Right to transmit

In certain situations you have the right to receive your personal details in a structured, generally used and machine-readable format, as well as transfer these personal details from a data responsible system to another without obstacles.

You can read more about your rights in the Data Protection Agency guide. This can be found at

8. Complaints to the Data Protection Agency

You have the right to submit a complaint to the Data Protection Agency if you are dissatisfied as to how we manage your personal data. You can find the contact details of the Data Protection Agency at

9. Who do we give personal details to?

The company does not pass on personal details about you.