Who we are
Our web address is: http://www.trinerein.com This webpage is owned by Joy Music AS, org.nr 812 190 202mva.
Trine Rein is the owner and CEO of Joy Music AS. Joy Music AS is the administrator of personal data, and can be contacted at contact(@)trinerein.com. Joy Music AS can be contacted for any questions you may have regarding the administration of your personal data related to our web page. Please write PRIVACY in the subject line if you have any questions in regards to the administration of your personal data.
Which personal data do we collect, and why do we collect these data
When visitors leave comments on any of the web pages owned and run by Joy Music AS or artist Trine Rein, the information left in the commenting field as well as the IP address of the visitor can be stored. This is to prevent unwanted comments. This counts for the web page www.trinerein.com as well as all other official and social media platforms connected to Trine Rein’s artist career, including, but not limited to pages like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat and other similar platforms.
At the time being, we do not have a service for public comments at http://www.trinerein.com.
If you choose to upload pictures to any of the web pages listed above, you are advised to avoid uploading pictures containing information about where they were taken (EXIF GPS). Other visitors to the web site will be able to download and fetch that kind of information from the pictures found on the web site. This is primarily related to the social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, and other similar platforms.
At the time being, there is no function for uploading public pictures to http://www.trinerein.com.
The information provided in the contact form will be stored indefinitely and as long as the web page used is active, and it is only used in order to respond to requests. This information is not used for marketing purposes unless such an agreement is given upon providing the information.
Built in content from other web pages
Articles on this web page can include built in content (i.e videos, pictures, articles etc.). Built in content from other web pages implement in the same way as if the visitor was visiting the original web page from which the content is fetched.
These web sites can collect personal data about you, use information cookies or built in tracking systems from a third party and analyze your actions via this built in content. This also includes tracking of your actions if you have an account or are logged into the web page in question.
We use Google Analytics to collect information about visitors to our web page. This information is used in order to better the content, and to understand the demography of our visitors. Information from Google Analytics does not contain email addresses or other personal contact information from visitors.
With whom do we share your information
For how long do we keep your personal information
If you leave a comment, the comment and your information will be stored as long as the web page you use is still active. This is so we can recognize follow up comments, and automatically approve them in stead of having to approve of the comments manually by an editor.
For users who register to this web page, the personal information provided is stored. All users can view, edit og delete their own personal information at any time (except for their user name). The administrators of this web page are also able to access and edit this information.
Your rights regarding your information stored
If you have an account on this web page, or you have left comments, you can ask to see an export file containing your personal data we have stored. This entails all personal data you have provided us with. You can ask that we edit, change or delete the information about you. This does not include information we are obligated to keep due to administrative, judicial or security reasons.
We aim to solve any questions or concerns you may have regarding our use of your personal information.
GDPR gives you the right to present a complaint to an official supervisory body in the European state where you are either working, living, or where a suggested breach in the privacy regulations have taken place. The Norwegian supervisory body is Datatilsynet (www.datatilsynet.no). On this web page, you will find more information regarding your rights and our duties regarding current privacy regulations.
Where do we send your private information
Visitor’s comments may be controlled through an automatic recognition service against spam.
How do we protect your personal information
Joy Music AS is taking all due precautions in order for your personal information to be treated in a secure manner. This entails taking technical and administrative measures in order to comply with sufficient security of information. We also demand the same measures from third party partners who handle your personal information data on our behalf.
From which third parties do we receive information data
We collect information data via Facebook pixles and cookies from Google Analytics in order to better facilitate our web page, and to reach those who are interested in receiving news from us. When visiting our web page, anonymized information about your actions on this web page is sent to services like Facebook and Google Analytics. These data are collected via information cookies and data pixles, and are used to show you relevant ads or content based on products which you have clicked on, added to a shopping cart or purchased, and in order to measure the effect of these kinds of advertisements.
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