Last modified: February 25, 2021
Below are reproduced the conditions for using Scratcher.io and subpages of Scratcher.io.
If you can not accept our conditions, we encourage you not to visit Scratcher.io.
In the following, you can read about the information we collect, how we process information, what we use them for, who has access to the information, and who you can contact about the information collected.
Scratcher ApS commits itself to comply with the Danish Media at any time established guidelines for the treatment of cookies and personal data.
When you visit Scratcher.io or one of our subpages, your computer will automatically receive one or more cookies.
Scratcher.io does not require that your device must accept cookies. If you do not want cookies, you can see how to partially or completely avoid them here.
1.1.1. What is a cookie
A cookie is a small data file that Scratcher.io saves on your computer so that we can recognize your computer the next time you visit us. A cookie is a passive file and cannot spread computer viruses or other harmful programs. Read more about cookies on minecookies.org and on Wikipedia.
A cookie lifetime depends on what it is used for. Some cookies disappear as soon as you close your visit from Scratcher.io, others exist until they are deleted.
1.1.3. Third-party cookies
Scratcher ApS uses a number of services from our partners on our website. These services sometimes use also cookies. See how to remove third-party cookies on your equipment here.
Here is an overview of the use of third-party cookies in Scratcher.io:
Visitor data: Gemius and Google Analytics are on the Scratcher.io used to keep track of the number of visits, the number of page views, and the number of users in the Scratcher.io. Both programs use third-party cookies. This information is used in anonymous form to document the value of advertising to potential advertisers.
Social media: Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus, we use on the Scratcher.io to give you easy and quick options to share and comment on the news on social media.
1.2. Personal Information
For a number of services in the Scratcher.io, we require that you create a personal user profile. Your user profile is personal and may not be transferred to the other. It is your responsibility that your user profile is updated correctly with the following information:
In connection with your user profile, you must provide the following personal information:
- First name
- Cell phone number
- E-mail address
Information is recorded and stored in the Scratcher ApS database. The information can not be viewed by persons outside of Scratcher ApS. If you want that your personal data will be deleted, you can always send an email to email@example.com
Scratcher.io does not use data from user profiles for marketing.
All content on Scratcher.io is protected by copyright law.
It is also allowed to make digital copies for personal use or for the personal use of the household i.e. the typical spouse and children at home. copyright act § 12.
Any other form of exploitation of the content on Scratcher.io requires Scratcher ApS’s prior written permission.
The newsletters are published by Scratcher ApS. In order to send out newsletters, Scratcher ApS only collects your provided e-mail address.
It is free to sign up for email newsletters from Scratcher ApS. Scratcher ApS will not disclose the e-mails to others.
The newsletters are sent once per. month.
If you want to be removed from our newsletter database, you must click once on the link at the bottom of the newsletter, where it says: Unsubscribe to the newsletter here.
You can also unsubscribe by writing directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have questions about the use of your data, or you have any changes to your data you can contact us at email@example.com
You may not use the Scratcher ApS for illegal purposes.
You may not disrupt, hack, or in any other way exercise behavior that deliberately damages the operation of Scratcher ApS or related services. It includes spam, links to spam, or dangerous content.
You must not obtain or try to obtain access to accounts belonging to others. If the above rules are broken, it will result in limited access to Scratcher.io. If the act is punishable according to Danish legislation, the authorities will be involved.