In Teamcubate we have a priority to take good care of your data in relation to company information, personal data and as regular visitors to our website.
The data controller for your personal data and data is Niels Thimmer.
Nørrebrogade 47, 1
2200 Copenhagen N
When processing personal information, we comply with the EU Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) as well as the Danish Personal Data Law which may apply after 25 May 2018.
In terms of traffic measurement and traffic analysis, we use Google Analytics. You can read more about Google Analytics here.
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Processing of personal data
We only process personal data to the extent necessary. You have the right at any time to demand that you delete all personal and company information that you have provided to us. You do this by contacting Teamcubate directly here. You have the right at any time to know what data we have on you.
Sharing information with recipients outside the EU/EEA
Teamcubate has subcontractors outside the EU / EEA that process data. Teamcubate only works with companies that are contractually obligated to comply with GDPR, such as Teamcubate’s subsidiary Humaniteams.com d.o.o. in Serbia.
Measures in relation to data protection
According to the Personal Data Act in Denmark, Teamcubate must ensure that personal data is stored securely and confidentially. We cannot guarantee that transfers over the Internet have 100% security, but through measures such as end-to-end data encryption, we have taken steps to obtain the highest possible security.
Trusted employees in Teamcubate and Teamcubate-owned companies sign a privacy statement and are trained in data security.
Due to the ongoing development in relation to online services, our data protection measures will be updated on an ongoing basis. Significant changes will be updated on this page.
If you wish to complain about Teamcubate’s processing of personal data, we refer to the Data Inspectorate, cf. section 58 (2) of the Personal Data Act. First