Personal data and cookies
BioInnovation Institute Website
This website https://bioinnovationinstitute.com/ (the ”Website”) is provided and owned by BioInnovation Institute Foundation, Ole Maaløes vej 3, 3rd floor, DK 2200 Copenhagen N, Denmark , CVR no. 41898666 (“BII”).
1. Personal data
1.1 As a natural part of providing the Website, BII will as the data controller collect and process certain personal data concerning you as a user. BII will via the Website and its built-in applications (e.g. Atlas, HR system and etc.) collect and process the following personal data:
a. Email address
b. Username and password
f. Residential address
g. Place of work
h. Place of education
i. Information contained in job applications and other documents uploaded to the Website in connection with the job application process
j. IP address
k. Information about your browser and your movements and behaviour on the Website
l. Other information
1.2 BII’s collection and processing of your personal data takes place based on legitimate interests in processing your personal data and we assess that BII’s interests in processing the personal data exceeds your interests.
1.4 All your personal data will be treated in confidence and will only be used in compliance with the purposes stated above.
1.5 BII uses third party providers of IT services, and they will have access to and process your personal data on behalf of BII. If a third party provider processes your personal data outside the EU/EEA, this will take place based on the EU Commission’s Standard Contractual Clauses. You may request a copy of the agreement regulating the transfer of personal data by forwarding an email to email@example.com.
1.7 According to the data protection rules you have the following rights:
a. Right to insight. For more information about the personal data, which BII stores and processes about you, you can forward an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
b. Right to object. You can always object to BII’s processing of your personal data by forwarding an email to email@example.com.
c. Right to have your data corrected. You can always request that your personal data be corrected by forwarding an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
d. Right to have your data deleted. You can always request that your personal data be deleted by forwarding an email to email@example.com.
e. Right to restrict processing. You can always request that BII restricts the processing of your personal data, while a specific request is being processed, by forwarding an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
f. If you wish to complain of BII’s processing of your personal data, you can contact the Danish Data Protection Agency.
2.1 What are cookies?
A cookie is a small passive text file that is stored in your computer’s browser when you visit a website. Cookies are received automatically.
The benefits of cookies are that they recognize you when you return to a website. Cookies may contain letters and numbers and do not store personal information without your consent. A cookie is not an application and therefore it cannot contain viruses.
2.2 Cookie types
It is common to distinguish between first-party cookies and third-party cookies.
First-party cookies are allocated to the page that you visit – in this case, bioinnovationinstitute.com – while third-party cookies marketed by a third party, such as a web analytics program.
2.3 What are cookies used for?
To compile statistics about the use of the website, in order that we can continuously improve the user experience by identifying the type of content that is in demand.
2.4 Third-party Cookies
We use Google Analytics to analyze how people use our website. The information generated by the cookie about your use (including traffic data and your IP address) will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States.
You can disable cookies from Google Analytics here: tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
2.5 How long will cookies be stored for?
A cookie’s life may vary depending on your preference and needs. Some disappear when you close your browser, while others can exist for years. It depends on the specific website.
Typical cookies “live” for up to two years, but are usually extended after each visit to the website. If you revisit a website after six months, the cookie’s lifetime will be prolonged by two years from the date of your visit.
On bioinnovationinstitute.com, cookies for Google Analytics are kept for one year.
At any time you can delete cookies from your computer (see the paragraph below on “How to prevent/delete cookies”).
bioinnovationinstitute.com does not store any information that can identify you without your consent and this type of information is never disclosed to third parties.
In some cases, we may make use of subcontractors for processing the data.
2.6 List of third-party cookies
- Google Analytics
2.7 How to prevent/delete cookies?
You can always block or delete cookies from your computer. Below is a guide on how to do this in the most frequently used browsers.
Internet Explorer 9
Click the “Tools” menu, point to “Safety” and click “Delete Browsing History”. Then click “Delete cookies”.
Click the Chrome menu in the upper right corner and select “Tools” and then “Clear Browsing Data”. Tick “Delete cookies and other site and plug-in data” and “Empty the Cache”. Then click “Clear browsing data”.
Click on “History” and select “Clear Recent History”. Tick the “Cookies” and “Cache” boxes and click “Clear Now”.
Click on “Safari” in the top menu and select “Settings”. Choose “Privacy” in the menu and click “Remove all website data”.