What is data protection law?
Data protection law gives people the right to control how their “personal information” is used. When DrHolmApp collects and uses personal information this is covered and regulated by data protection law.
DrHolmApp will always comply with the applicable legislation relating to personal data (in Denmark, the Danish Act on Processing of Personal Data No.429 of 31 May 2000) and will ensure that where personal information is collected and used this is done in accordance with the law.
The data controller, contact information
Dr Holm App ApS
The purposes and legal basis for the processing of personal data
We may use, store, and process personal information to:
- Provide, understand, improve, and develop DrHolmApp.
Evaluate the effect of our service, advice and treatment.
- Create and maintain a trusted and safer environment (such as to comply with our legal obligations and ensure compliance with DrHolmApp policies).
Provide, personalize, measure, and improve our advertising and marketing.
The basis for the treatment is to be able to fulfill the agreement on advice, counseling or healthcare professional treatment based on specific health information. Marketing of other offers, including courses, will require you to consent to it in the app or elsewhere.
Categories of personal data
We potentially process the following categories of personal information about you (not necessarily all data, but just the data you provide to us):
Recipients or categories of recipients
We share your personal information with the following recipients:
- Web developers: The information we register when you create a profile at the DrHolmApp web application is hosted by our external web developer. When you sign up for our newsletter, your email address will be registered with our web developer. A data processing agreement has been made with our web developer, which is domiciled in Denmark. Data is stored in a professional hosting center within the EU.
We may also share aggregated information (information about our users that we combine together so that it no longer identifies or references an individual user) and other anonymized information for regulatory compliance, industry and market analysis, research, demographic profiling, marketing and advertising, and other business purposes.