1. In general
2. Purpose and legal obligation
Húrra Reykjavík aims to comply with personal privacy in every respect. This policy refers to the Icelandic Data Protection Act and the EU General Data Protection Regulation or any successor legislation. Húrra Reykavík is registered under the name JS Reykjavík, kt 4206140470, Hverfisgötu 50, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland and is the controller of personal data you submit to us.
3. What is personal information?
Personal information, or personal data, refers to any information about an individual from which that person can be identified. It does not refer to anonymous data. Anonymous data is information where any personal identifiers have been removed.
4. How do we use your personal information?
By using our services that we offer you might be asked to provide certain personal information, that can be used to contact or identify you.
Personal information might include:
- ID number
- Phone number
- Payment information
The things above are not comprehensive and are only examples. We only store your personal information for a period of time that might be necessary to fulfill this statement, except a longer preservation is needed or allowed by law. We collect data that your browser sends to us when you visit our site. The data can include for example your IP address, type of browser, version of browser, time and date of the visit and other numerical data.
5. Storage of personal data
Húrra Reykjavík aims to ensure that your personal data is correct and updates accordingly. We store your data for a maximum of 7 years except you have approved for us to keep them longer or it’s neccessary in legal respective. We regularly review all of your personal data and assess if we are authorized to keep them.
If we came to the conclusion that we’re not permitted to store your data, we from that time cease the processing of the relevant data. In the possibility that keeping your personal data is necessary due to legal requirements for example regarding tax authorities, for appeal or defending a claim. We will make a copy of releveant information and safely store them as long as possible
6. Sharing your information with third parties.
Our employees will have access to your personal data up to the extent that is necessary to carry out our contract with you. We may share it with third party service provides. We also may share information with other service providers to protect important interests. For example, when a claim is made due to a defect. Service provides are only able to attain the personal data necessary to carry out the service listed above. Service providers are obliged to safely store your personal data and only use them for the purposes listed above.
We put great emphasis on protecting your personal data and make appropriate technical and operational safety measures to protect unauthorized and illegal process of personal data, prevent loss, destruction or damage. We will immediately report to you if there is a security breach and your personal data is at risk, according to law
The general rule is that we do not intentionally collect personal data about children under 13 years old or minimum age in the relevant jurisdiction. Shall we become aware that we have indeliberately collected personal data about children under 13 years of age, we will make appropriate actions to destruction of those information as soon as possible, except if it’s our duty to keep according to law.
9. Your rights
You have the right of confirmation that your personal data is being processed. You have the right to claim access to your personal data and under certain circumstances, delete or limit the processing of data. You also have the right to object processing and transferring your data. You have the right to file a complaint to The Icelandic Data Protection Authority.
10. Contact info and complaints
If you have any questions or exercise your rights that are listed in this statement, then please contact us through the information below. If your are dissatisfied with our processing of personal data concerning you then file a complaint at Personuvernd