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The information we collect
As a visitor to The Printworks website you maybe asked to provide us with personal information on various occasions. This could be, for example, when you take part in competitions or sign up for our newsletter.
The type of information we collect for these purposes is typically your name, mobile phone number and e-mail address.
How is information used?
The information we collect is used to have the ability to contact you, via electronic mail or in some cases by mobile, in connection with relevant events, competitions. On every occasion you are contacted by email you will be given the opportunity to opt out of the database.
Cookies, transparent GIF files and IP-addresses
A cookie is a small amount of data which is sent to a web reader from a web server on the website you are visiting and is stored on the hard disk of your computer.
Cookies are commonly used to:
Identify your computer (e.g. to make it easier to log in or choose the appropriate language)
Count the number of users to different websites
Trace the interest in certain offers, clubs and competitions
Measure traffic patterns on our websites
Settings in your own web browser allow you to decide whether to accept or reject that cookies are stored on your computer’s hard disk. If you choose to not have your web browser accept cookies the use of the website will be somewhat limited.
Information about how to set your web browser to reject cookies, or to alert you every time a cookie is offered, is found in the help section of your web browser. If you want to erase cookies that already have been placed on your computer they generally are to be found in folders named “Cookies” and “Temporary Internet files”.
Transparent GIF files
Transparent GIF files (also called web beacons or website pixels) are used to handle online advertising measurements. The files are used to identify a cookie on your hard disc. The information is used when analysing what ads most people find interesting.
To be able to administrate the website in an efficient and secure manner, we collect and store IP addresses during a limited period of time. The IP address is a unique number which make it possible to identify a visitors connection to the Internet and it is automatically reported by your web browser each time you view a website.
Our websites include links to other sites on the Internet. We cannot take responsibility for how personal data is handled by those external websites. We therefore urge you to look closely at each external website’s policy for dealing with personal information.
If you have any questions about how we deal with your personal information please send an e-mail to You are entitled to receive information on our processing of your personal data once yearly. Further, please contact us should you want us to correct, erase or block your personal data.
If you no longer wish to receive information or advertisements from us please contact us by e-mail. An e-mail address to which you can make such a request is located at the end of information, which we send to you.
Who has access to my personal information?
The Printworks is the sole owner of the personal information, which we collect. We do not sell personal information to any company.
Security and secrecy
Protection for personal data and personal integrity is a high priority within The Printworks. We carefully protect personal information from unauthorised access, loss or distortion.
Amendments to this policy
The Printworks will update and change this policy from time to time. We thus recommend that when you visit our websites, you check regularly if any amendments have been made before you provide any personal information to us.