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Legal Notification

Complying with the Act 34/2002 of 11th June regarding Company Services for Information and Electronic Commerce, we would inform you that CharityAntivirus ApS., domiciled on Lergravsvej 59-3, 2300 Copenhagen, is the title owner of this website (You will find this information in your Company’s Incorporation Articles from the Notary Public and the Chamber of Commerce). The company is registered as a Danish LLP. under the name CHARITYANTIVIRUS ApS, with CVR number 35487662.

We would inform you that the personal data given to us will be registered in the file for which CharityAntivirus ApS. is responsible. The purpose of the same is to deal with the enquiry, maintain a customer relationship and to send by any means including by e-mail, or other equivalent electronic communication, information regarding the product, initiatives or services of the company.

You will be able to express refusal of your data being processed for publicity purposes and to exercise the rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition in accordance with that established in current legislation, by writing an email to the following address: support@charityantivirus.com. CharityAntivirus ApS. declares that it has adopted all the necessary and relevant security measures, and that it has established all technical methods within its means to avoid the loss, wrongful use, alteration, non-authorized access or theft of the data you may supply.

All the contents of the website, and in particular trade names, business names, industrial designs, designs, texts, photographs, graphics, logos, icons, software and any other signs that may be used in industry and business, are protected by the industrial property and intellectual rights of CharityAntivirus ApS. Their use and/or reproduction are therefore prohibited without the express consent of the company.

CharityAntivirus ApS. will not be responsible for infringements of intellectual property or industrial rights of third parties originating from the inclusion in the website of trade marks, business names, industrial designs, patents, contents of the website in a conscientious, correct and legal manner and undertakes: a) Not to use the contents for objectives or purposes contrary to the law, to public morals and to normal customs or public order. b) Not to reproduce, copy, distribute, allow public access by whatever means of public communication, transform or modify the contents, unless the corresponding authorization from the title owner thereof has been given. c) Not to use the contents of the website to send publicity, communications for purposes of direct sales or for any other commercial purpose, unsolicited messages sent to a multitude of people regardless of its purpose, and to abstain from marketing or divulging such information in any way.

In the event of any kind of dispute, both parties will try to come to a friendly agreement. If this is not possible, the Courts of Copenhagen will have jurisdiction to deal with the case and the parties will not have recourse to any other jurisdiction for the purposes of legal action.

USERS WHO DO NOT AGREE WITH THIS POLICY MUST NOT INTRODUCE ANY DATA THROUGH THIS WEB SITE OR ACCESS THE CONTENT OF THIS SITE.

European Law

Data protection

The right to protection of personal data is a fundamental right. It is different from, but closely linked to, the right to respect for private and family life. This distinction is notably made in the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights - which mentions the two rights separately, although next to each other in Articles 7 and 8.

Data protection is highly developed in the EU. The central piece of legislation is Directive 95/46/EC, which regulates the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data. Implemented into national laws, the Directive applies to all EU Member States as well as to Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.

Regulation (EC) No 45/2001 lays down the same rights and obligations, but on the level of the EU institutions and bodies. It also establishes the EDPS as independent supervisory authority with the task of ensuring that the Regulation is complied with.

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