In order for you to enter into an online agreement with www.shopdora.dk, you must register with the following personal information:
We register your personal data with the aim of being able to deliver the goods to you.
The personal information is registered with shopdora and stored for five years, after which the information is deleted.
When personal data is collected via our website, we ensure that it always happens by giving your express consent, so that you are informed about exactly what information is collected and why.
At shopdora, it is Sara Aagaard Jensen, who is also one of the owners, who has access to the information registered about you. She is also the company's data controller.
We do not store customer information encrypted. We do not transmit customer information encrypted.
Information submitted to shopdora is not passed on or sold on to third parties in any way, and we do not register any personally sensitive information.
The data you provide in connection with an online purchase paid by payment card is SSL encrypted. So only Nets/quickpay can read them. Neither we nor others have the opportunity to read the data. Once you have placed your order, the payment is protected by Nets/quickpay, which means that we can never withdraw more than the approved amount. We therefore cannot add more items to the order. Here you must complete a new purchase.
When you make an online payment with a payment card, you are always protected against misuse. You have no deductible in the event that your card is misused at an online store that uses SSL (Secure Socket Layer) in their payment system.
In this way, you are actually better protected than in the physical world, where you have an excess if your Dankort is misused by using a PIN code.
A cookie is a term for the fact that a user's behavior on a network is registered with the user himself (on the user's hard drive). In this way, the user can be recognized, for example, on a website on the next visit.
No personally identifiable information is stored in a cookie, but rather information about the user's behavior on a website, e.g. username for logging into a website.
A cookie is stored on the user's hard drive together with cached files. A cookie is thus a text file that is sent to your browser from a web server and stored on your computer's hard drive. You can set your browser to inform you when you receive a cookie, or you can turn cookies off completely.
The only thing these cookies are used for is to recognize your computer. Technically, cookies can be divided into two types. One type is called "session cookies" - they keep track of what you have put in your shopping basket while you navigate around the online store. "Session cookies" are not stored on your computer, but disappear when you close the browser.
The second type of cookie is called a "permanent cookie", and it is saved as a text file on your computer for approx. one month. A "permanent cookie" helps our server recognize your computer the next time you log on to our website.
At shopdora, cookies are used with the aim of optimizing the website and its functionality, thus making the visit as easy as possible for you.
You can delete cookies from your computer at any time: In Internet Explorer, cookies are deleted under the menu 'Functions' -> 'Internet settings' -> 'General' -> 'Browser data/Delete cookies'.
Log statistics are used on shopdora and mean that a statistics system collects information that can give a statistical picture of how many visitors a website has had, where they come from and where on the website they leave, etc.
We use log statistics with the aim of optimizing the website and its functionalities.