The Danish Institute for Sports Studies/Play the Game collects and processes personal data as a part of the institute’s activities. This applies primarily to research/analyses and the institute’s communication channels, including newsletters and websites.
The Danish Institute for Sports Studies, including Play the Game and The Danish Institute for Non-formal Education, collects personal data to a limited extent.
When subscribing to our newsletters or ordering a report, there will be a collection of general personal data such as name, address and e-mail. In research/analyses, personal data can be broader and contain age, gender and education, when collected through surveys.
All personal data will be used solely for the stated purpose, whether this is communication or research/analysis. No personal data will be passed on or sold to third parties by the Danish Institute for Sports Studies.
Use of personal data in research/analyses
Personal data used in research/analyses and other, will be anonymized directly after data collection. The Danish Institute for Sports Studies does not possess id-numbers such as CPR.
Qualitative interviews with individuals will be saved as long as they are considered to have historical importance or to be necessary scientific documentation. As soon as interviews are assessed as no longer relevant, they will be deleted.
Use of personal data in communication channels
The Danish Institute for Sports Studies sends newsletters by e-mail, only to those who have subscribed. Names and e-mail-addresses are stored by the newsletter service MailChimp. The personal data is treated confidentially and is not passed on to third parties. When unsubscribing, all personal data will be deleted within 30 days.
You can unsubscribe from the newsletters by using a link in the bottom of one of the newsletters. You can also contact us directly, if you are no longer interested in receiving one of our newsletters, by sending an e-mail to email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
A cookie is a small file, that is saved on the computer of the user. Cookies are allowed if they are necessary to make the website work properly. For all other types of cookies, the Danish Institute for Sports Studies needs to get your consent. A cookie can never identify the user of the computer/device.
On all four websites, the Danish Institute for Sports Studies uses Google Analytics to analyze, how often our website is visited and how the user uses the website. The information collected by Google Analytics is being processed on Google’s servers in the USA. Collection of data is set to a minimum: there are no third-party-cookies and data is stored no longer than 14 months after the most recent visit to one of the websites.
As a data controller, The Danish Institute for Sports Studies is responsible for collecting and processing your personal data and has made physical, electronic and procedural security measures to protect all personal data collected and processed by the institute.
Use of data processors
The Danish Institute for Sports Studies uses data processors for operating its websites, databases etc. The Danish Institute for Sports Studies has made agreements with all its external data processors that store personal data on the institute’s behalf.
If the Danish Institute for Sports Studies has registered your personal data, you have – according to the General Data Protection Regulation – the right to request access into data processed about you. Furthermore, you have the right to require correction or deletion of information that is erroneous or misleading. You also have the right to withdraw your consent for processing your personal data.
For questions and inquiries about how the Danish Institute for Sports Studies processes your personal data, you can contact:
The Danish Institute for Sports Studies
Frederiksgade 78B, 2.sal
8000 Aarhus C
+45 70 27 55 77