Cookie and Privacy Policy for TOIL ’N’ MOIL

1. Introduction
1.1 This Cookie and Privacy Policy explains how TOIL ’N’ MOIL ApS (”we” or ”us”) collects and other-wise processes your data when you visit our website and provide data about yourself. The data consist both of data provided by yourself in connection with your entry and data collected automatically when you visit our website.

1.2 We would like to offer a clear and user-friendly website with information about the products developed by us. In order to do so, we make use of technologies to collect, analyze and classify information about how you and other users make use of the website. Below, you can read more about the data collected, how we use these data and who to contact in case of questions or comments to our Cookie and Privacy Policy.

1.3 For reasons of simplification, this Policy is divided into first the Privacy Policy and second an ex-planation about the cookies used by us.


2. Data protection of your personal data
2.1 Pursuant to the Regulation (EU) 2016/676 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 (”GDPR”), we are required as a business enterprise and owner of our website to ob-serve specific obligations for protecting your personal data.

Data controller:
The legal entity responsible for the processing of your personal data is:
Danmarksgade 56, st.
DK-9900 Frederikshavn
CVR (DK): 40014152

Inquiries concerning this Cookie and Privacy Policy may be sent to the following email address:

2.2 Collection and processing of personal data
By way of our website and the attached technical solutions, we collect the following categories of personal data for the following specific purposes:

2.2.1 Administration of sales agreement:
Supply of services in connection with your purchase of TOIL ’N’ MOIL’s products. Personal data are used for the purpose of administering the agreement and paying for your purchases. In that connection, we process the following data: Your name, your address, your email address, your telephone number, your payment details (including credit card information). The legal frame-work for this processing is governed by Article 6.1(b) of the GDPR (performance of contract). These data originate directly from you or from a person representing you.

If so required and if within the scope, we may share the data with the following categories of re-cipients: our suppliers and distributors, including IT suppliers, support, suppliers of goods, and fi-nancial institutions and bookkeeping companies with whom we cooperate and/or who assist us with our business.

We will store the information for as long as we deem necessary to serve the purpose, probably for up to three years upon delivery of the product. Information about your purchases and pay-ment will, however, always be stored for 5 years plus the current year in accordance with the re-quirements of the Danish Bookkeeping Act.

The commercial terms and conditions in relation to the agreement entered into will not be gov-erned by this document; instead, we refer to TOIL ’N’ MOIL’s General Terms and Conditions.

2.2.2 Registration for our newsletters
Personal data are used for marketing purposes, e.g. for targeting our communication with you based on your areas of interest and focus and for the issuing of newsletters.

We will process the following categories of personal data about you:
Name, email address, and telephone number.

These data originate directly from you or from a person representing you.

The legal framework for our processing is Article 6.1(a) (consent) of the GDPR.

The data will not be shared with other enterprises.

We will store your personal data for as long as we may deem required compared to the purpose described, however, not for longer than two years after you may have revoked your consent to receive newsletters.

2.2.3 Optimization of website
For the purpose of improving the design of our website and targeting the marketing of our prod-ucts, we will collect the following personal data: IP address and cookies, collected for the follow-ing purposes:

  1. Every time you use our website, data on user traffic will be collected on the website, includ-ing the pages visited. Such data are used to optimize the user experience on our website and to design the website to best effect. For further details, see the paragraph below concerning cookies.
  2. Marketing: Personal data are used for targeted marketing and communication with you based on your areas of interest and focus. Such data will not be disclosed advertisers; how-ever, we use the data for profiling our users.

The legal framework for our processing is Article 6.1(f) of the GDPR (necessity for pursuing legitimate interests in relation to marketing and improvement of the website).

We may share your personal data with suppliers with whom we cooperate concerning our website.


3. Secure processing of personal data
3.1 We save your personal data on computers with limited access placed in controlled facilities, and our measures of precautions are currently controlled to determine whether personal data are safely handled with due account being taken of your rights as a user.

3.2 It may be relevant and required for us to change the current personal data policy, e.g. in case of changes in our work processes or in legislation. Consequently, we reserve the right to update and change this personal data policy. The current privacy policy is always available on our website, and any material changes in our policy will be reported to you by way of a visible notification on our website.


4. Use of cookies
4.1 Our use of cookies on our website complies with this Cookie Policy. In accordance with the cookie regulations, we are required to inform you about the cookies used by us and installed on your IT equipment when you visit our website.

4.2 A cookie is a text file enabling the saving of data or the access to data already saved on your com-puter, tablet, smartphone, terminal equipment or similar device for the purpose of collecting da-ta on you and recognizing the equipment. The data collected from cookies are used, among other things, to analyze your behavior on the website and to give you the optimum experience. A cookie is a passive file, meaning not scattering computer virus or any other harmful software. These are both first part and third part cookies, and we use them both.

4.3 We use the following first part cookies:

4.3.1 Session cookies: These are temporary cookies, which are deleted when you shut down your internet browser. The purpose of session cookies is to remember your preferences and register when you leave the website.

4.3.2 Persistent cookies. Persistent cookies remain inside the subfolders of your internet browser until you delete them manually, or your internet browser delete them, based on the duration of the cookie file. The typical duration varies between 30 seconds and 2 years; however, they are renewed every time you visit our website. The purpose of per-sistent cookies is to distinct the individual visitors and determine whether the visitor is a unique visitor in the specific system used for web statistics purposes. Further, the pur-pose is to collect statistics as to the number of any visitor’s visits on our website as well as data on the visitor’s motions around the Internet, both before and after the visit on our website.

4.4 Google Analytics has access to the session cookies and persistent cookies placed by TOIL ’N’ MOIL.

4.5 TOIL ’N’ MOIL places the following third-party cookies:

4.5.1 Google Analytics cookies: Google Analytics helps website owners to measure how the visitor interacts with the contents on the website. Please feel free to read more here about the cookies placed by Google Analytics and their expiry dates.

4.6 If you continue to link from to a third party’s website, the third party’s web-site may also collect cookies. We recommend you to make inquiries about third parties’ cookie policy.


5. How do you delete cookies?
5.1 You can delete cookies if you do no longer wish to save them on your computer, tablet or any other similar device. The way to do it is to use the shortcut key [CTRL]+[SHIFT]+[DELETE]. If this does not work, you may simply click on any of the below services, dependent on which type of browser you are using:

  • Google Chrome
  • Opera
  • Safari
  • Internet Explorer
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Flash cookies
  • Apple devices
  • Windows phone
  • Android devices


6. Transfer to countries outside the EU (or EEA)
6.1 Generally, we will not need to transfer your personal data to any countries outside the EU, and our existing cooperation partners are all located in the EU area. In specific situations, we may, however, be compelled to transfer data to third countries outside the EU/EEA. In such situations, we will always verify the existence of the required technical and contractual guarantees, and en-sure that the transfer is covered by the Privacy Shield principles (valid for data transferred to the US) or similar arrangements approved by the EU.


7. Your rights and avenues of complaint
7.1 The above is a description of the personal data that we process on you, the legal framework for our processing, and the period of storing, as we are required to inform you properly thereof. Should you have any questions, or should you require further insight into the personal data pro-cessed by us and our handling thereof, please feel free to contact us on any of the email ad-dresses stated below.

7.2 If you believe that we process any incorrect or misleading personal data on you, you are entitled to request us to correct such data. On our receipt of any such request, we will consider a correc-tion of the data, and you are always entitled to object against our processing of your personal da-ta. If we receive any such objection, we will evaluate any limitation of the processing of the per-sonal data. Further, you are entitled in certain situations to request delivery of your personal data by means of an electronic readable media (data portability).

7.3 In some situations, we are required to delete your personal data. This applies e.g., if we have no longer any purpose of processing the personal data, or if you withdraw your consent, and we have no other legal framework for processing your personal data. If you request us to delete your personal data or exercise any of the above rights, please send an email to: You may also withdraw any consent given to us in connection with your regis-tration for the news service by way of the deregistration link at the bottom of the newsletters.

7.4 Should you wish to exercise your rights, or should you have any questions or comments to this Cookie and Privacy Policy, please contact us at