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Privacy Policy

May 2019

WHO ARE WE AND HOW TO CONTACT US

DIT Iceland is a transcoding and data management company in Iceland, specialising in providing DIT service for local shoots.

You can get in touch with us in the following ways:

By email: benni@diticeland.com

By phone:  (+354) 820-2221

ABOUT THIS PRIVACY POLICY

This policy sets out how we will use and share the information that you give us. This privacy policy relates to personal data collected by us via:

  • Our website.

  • Email correspondence.

  • Telephone calls.

  • Enquiring about contracting our services.

WHAT INFORMATION WE COLLECT ABOUT YOU

We collect information about you when you request one of our services.   

This information may include:

  • Your name, contact details and the organisation/ business you work for.

  • Information generated by the work, service or relationship we have with you: your business details, bank and financial details, communication and correspondence.

  • Information generated by visiting our website.

HOW WE COLLECT INFORMATION ABOUT YOU AND HOW WE WILL USE IT.

We may collect and process information that you provide during your correspondence with us. This could be, but not limited to, one of the following ways:

  • Requesting any of our services or information.

  • Communicating with us through e-mail and telephone.

We only use your personal information when the law allows us to. Most commonly, we use your personal information in the following circumstances:

  • Where you have given consent for us to process your information.

  • Where we need to perform the contractual obligations we have entered into with you personally or with the business you are working for or with.

And for one or more of the following purposes:

  • To manage our relationship and administer our business as part of our contract with you.

  • To carry out a request.

SHARING YOUR INFORMATION

We will not share your information with anyone who is not contracted to work on your project other than with the relevant authorities if we have reason to believe that you may be involved in activity that may be illegal under Icelandic law. 

YOUR CHOICES IN RELATION TO PERSONAL INFORMATION

It is important that the personal information we hold about you is accurate and current. Please keep us informed if your personal information changes during your relationship with us. You also have the rights and choices which you can exercise on the data we hold on you.

You have the right to:

  • Obtain access to your personal information

  • Withdraw consent, including opting out of our email marketing at any time

  • Ask us to correct any errors or delete the information we hold.

  • Object to or restrict our processing of your information.

For more information or to act on these rights, please contact us at benni@diticeland.com

RETENTION AND DESTRUCTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION

We will take reasonable steps to ensure the accuracy of the information we hold about you. We will not use your personal information unless it is (to the best of our knowledge) accurate and up to date.

We will only retain your personal information for as long as necessary to fulfill the purposes we collected it for, including for the purposes of satisfying Icelandic tax accounting requirements.

Our current retention schedules are as follows:

  • Financial records – 7 years after the end of the relevant tax period.

  • Other client/ supplier records, including contact details and email correspondence – 2 years after our last contact from you.

  • Enquiry records (people who did not subsequently become clients) – 6 months after our last contact from you.

  • Where we have an ongoing working relationship with you, we will retain information beyond these timescales for the effective management of our contract and communication.

OTHER ISSUES WE WANT TO MAKE YOU AWARE OF

We take the security of your information and your privacy seriously.  We use certain programs and third party apps to help us manage our business effectively and efficiently.  We have chosen each of these carefully and work only with those we are satisfied have the same high standards and commitment to security as we do; we are satisfied that each of them take proactive steps to meet the required international privacy laws, including GDPR.  We share details of these below.


VISITORS TO OUR WEBSITE

Our website is built on a software platform called Squarespace.  It is also hosted by them. You can read more about the way they ensure site users’ privacy is protected under EU Data Protection laws here:

Squarespace and GDPR

Squarespace Privacy Policy

When someone visits our website we use Squarespace Analytics to collect standard internet log information and details of visitor behavior patterns. We do this to find out things such as the number of visitors to the various parts of the site. This information is only processed in a way which does not identify anyone. You can find out more about all of this here:

Squarespace Analytics


USE OF COOKIES

We use cookies, small pieces of data that websites store on a device, to help our website run effectively and to provide the best experience for our site visitors. Some of these are functional and required cookies that allow visitors to navigate around the website.  Others are analytical and performance cookies.  You can find more information here about the cookies in use on our website.

You are in control of cookies and so this article also describes how you can change your settings.  You can also find out more about cookies on these two websites If you want further information about cookies on these two websites  www.aboutcookies.org  or www.allaboutcookies.org


COMPLAINTS

If you have a complaint about our use of your information, we would prefer you to contact us directly in the first instance so that we can address your complaint. However, you can also contact the Icelandic Data Protection Authority.

CHANGES TO THIS POLICY

We may change the terms of this privacy policy from time to time. We will keep it under annual review to make necessary and reasonable changes. We will make changes outside of this in the event of a significant change in the law.