Last updated 24 May 2018
Hans Christian Andersen Airport S.M.B.A
5270 Odense N
Data Protection Officer
Hans Christian Andersen Airport has a Data Protection Officer (DPO), whom you are welcome to contact if you have any questions about how we process your personal data or similar. You can contact our DPO by email: [email protected].
You have the following rights:
There may be conditions or limitations to these rights. For example, you may not have a right to data portability, as is the case with surveillance. It depends on the circumstances of the processing activities.
Below you can read more about the individual treatment activities at HCA Airport.
Personal data processed:
Name and e-mail address.
We need your email address to send you newsletters and your name to personalise them.
We process your personal data based on the consent you give when you sign up for the newsletter. You can withdraw your consent at any time, after which we will stop sending you further newsletters. In each newsletter there is a link at the bottom where you can unsubscribe from the newsletters.
HCA Airport uses Mailchimp to send out newsletters. Mailchimp's servers are located in the USA, but are certified according to the EU-US Privacy Shield, which means that the security level meets European standards. In addition, HCA Airport works with Kommpress on our communications, including our newsletters.
HCA Airport processes your data in connection with newsletters until you unsubscribe from our newsletter.
Personal data processed:
TV surveillance of airport areas.
Purpose and basis of treatment:
The aim is to have a high level of security at the airport. In addition, surveillance is one of many legal requirements imposed on an airport, which is our processing basis, .
HCA Airport may, in specific situations where necessary, share relevant information with the Danish authorities.
Our surveillance of airport areas is deleted after 30 days at the latest in accordance with the Personal Data Act. In the case of cases or ongoing investigations, recordings may be kept for longer.
Limitation of your rights:
You do not have the right to see television recordings. This is under Article 23.1 of the Regulation, which says that your rights are limited on grounds of public security and the prevention, investigation, detection or prosecution of criminal offences or the execution of criminal penalties, including the protection against and prevention of threats to public security.