Fangstjournalen and personal data
1. The purposes and legal basis for Fangstjournalen from DTU Aqua's processing of your personal data and categories of personal data that the Fangstjournalen from DTU Aqua processes about you
Fangstjournalen only register personal data to facilitate research. When you sign up for Fangstjournalen, we save your name, telephone number, postal code, age, gender, any stated membership of fishing clubs, email address and password. This data is all the type of personal data that is referred to in the Personal Data Act as ordinary personal data. If you've allowed use of your smartphone's GPS feature, we'll record your geographic location when you enable the app for a fishing trip. We also save the name of the location you specify to fish at when you create a fishing trip in Fangstjournalens web version. When you save a catch, we save the geographical position of your location if the app is activated in relation to a fishing trip. Similarly, you can specify a capture location in the web version and here we also save your location. If you associate photos with your captures that you take with your smartphone, we record the geographic location of the place where the photo was taken. We also save your photos to be able to quality assure data i.e. whether the stated and registered species matches the species in the photographs. Other specific examples of how we use the collected personal data are:
-We use name, email and telephone number to send activation links to the user upon creation and, if the user gives permission to do so and if relevant, to contact the user at a later point in connection with research.
-We use the postcode and address for research into travel patterns and associated economic consumption in connection with fishing, as well as for research into regional and local socio demographic differences in user patterns of Fangstjournalen.
-We use age, gender, postcode and address to do research in socio-demographic patterns in angling and user behavior.
-Geographic data is used for research on fish composition and fishing pressure at local and regional levels as well as for research in angling preferences and behavior.
The legal basis for Fangstjournalen from DTU Aqua's processing of your personal data is Article 6, s1 e of the Personal Data Regulation (GDPR).
2. How to contact Fangstjournalen from DTU Aqua,i.e. the data responsible?
Fangstjournalen from DTU Aqua has the responsibility for for the personal data, they have received from you. You can find the relevant contact information below:
3. Contact information on Fangstjournalen from DTU Aquas data protection adviser
If you have questions about Fangstjournalen at DTU Aqua's processing of your personal data, or if you want more information about what personal data Fangstjournalen stores, you are always welcome to contact Fangstjournalen at DTU Aqua's data protection adviser.
4. Regarding the collaborations between Fangstjournalen and fishing clubs and associations
In some cases information is collected jointly by Fangstjournalen and a fishing club/association. When doing so, DTU Aqua and the involved fishing club or association have a shared data responsibility. This shared data responsibility complies only to the collection of data. This further implies that DTU Aqua and the fishing clubs/association have their own separate responsibility for any data handling that takes place after data has been collected. Fangstjournalen will inform you when data are collected in shared responsibility, i.e. when you include a fishing club in your user profile in the settings of Fangstjournalen settings and/or when you submit a fishing trip from a fishing location that involve a fishing club and/or association. This can happen through Fangstjournalen or through a special catch registration form positioned at the homepages of fishing clubs or associations.
In cases when DTU Aqua and a fishing club/association collects data jointly, the parties have signed an agreement of shared data responsibility. Important elements in this agreement includes that DTU Aqua accounts for most of the data protection obligations associated with the collection. However, the relevant fishing club/association itself is responsible for ensuring that a valid basis for treatment is carried out in order to carry out the joint treatment and to be able to document this, and to keep a record of the joint treatment. The information given below applies both to DTU Aqua's processing of personal data in connection with the collection and subsequently. In connection with stating, whether information is collected jointly together with a fishing club/association we link to the personal data policy of the involved fishing clubs/associations or to relevant contact persons. The information provided by the fishing club/association, including information on treatment basis provided by the fishing club/association regarding the fishing club/association's use of personal data, also applies to the information collected by the fishing club/association in collaboration with DTU Aqua.
5. Deletion of personal data
As a user, you can close your profile at any time via Fangstjournalen's browser. Then we anonymize the discontinued user, ie. deletes data about name, e-mail address and, if specified during the creation of the user profile, also information about address and telephone number. Only information about the disused user's postcode, age and gender that we can use in the further research of data remains. If a user during the creation of a user profile has allowed DTU Aqua to contact her/him, we save the e-mail address. If a user of Fangstjournalen has not been active on Fangstjournalen for five years, ie has not been logged in as a user, we will delete the user profile in accordance with the above.
6. Transfer of personal data
Your personal information may be disclosed in a research context, e.g. to other universities. Data is never passed on to countries outside the EU. A data processor agreement has been entered into between DTU Aqua and the software developer who develops and maintains Fangstjournalen.
7. Your rights
If DTU processes information about you, you have a number of rights as registered:
-You have the right to request insight, correction or deletion of your personal information.
-You also have the right to oppose the processing of your personal data and in certain cases have the processing of your personal data restricted.
-In particular, you have an unconditional right to oppose the processing of your personal data for the purpose of direct marketing.
-If the processing of your personal data is based on your consent, you have the right to revoke your consent at any time. Your revocation will not affect the legality of the processing carried out before your revocation of your consent.
-You have the right to receive the personal information that you have provided yourself in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format (data portability).
8. How can you as a registered user complain to the Data Inspectorate?
You can complain directly to Fangstjournalen and you also have the right to complain to the Danish Data Inspectorate if you are dissatisfied with the way Fangstjournalen from DTU Aqua processes your personal data. You can find the Data Inspectorate's contact information at www.datatilsynet.dk.