The Data Privacy Act Effective as of 25 May, 2018
The International Church of Copenhagen (ICC) maintains lists of members of the congregation who are voting members and others who have voluntarily signed up for activities and therefore, wish to be registered.
Registration of personal data can be removed or changed by request at any time. ICC will only maintain lists required by law. This includes names, email addresses, telephone numbers and CPR numbers for those employed and those donating to the church for legal purposes and payments to official authorities (SKAT, ATP, AMBI, etc.).
Personal data cannot contain other information than the above-listed items and may not contain data given by anyone other than the person identified by the data. The data is solely for the use by ICC and the content of the data cannot be given to others. Any breach of this practice will be reported to the appropriate authorities and the ICC Church Council immediately.
The Church Council appoints data entry people responsible to the Council to maintain the data, operations and maintenance of such. Those responsible will remove unnecessary or expired data at least once a year, or as often as deemed necessary.
There will be a review of the data lists and registries at the Annual General Meeting of the congregation once a year. Irregularities and breaches of security will be reported. The congregation will be reminded of the purpose and use of the data, including any changes, also for newcomers to understand.
The above policy was approved at the Council meeting the 22nd of May, 2018.
If you do not agree with this policy, please feel free to contact ICC at firstname.lastname@example.org to remove your personal data from our registries.