General Information and GDPR?
May 25, 2018, the new European Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enters into force. The regulation will be implemented in all local privacy laws throughout the EU and the EEA. It will apply to all companies that sell and store personal information about European citizens, including companies on other continents. It gives citizens in the EU and the EEA greater control over their own personal data and ensures that information is protected throughout Europe.
Personal Information and Security handling.
When making a reservation with us, you enter your personal information as :
Firstname , Surname, Postcode, Address, E-mail Phone.
In connection with your registration and ordering, you agree that we store and use your information in our database to effect your order. Skottneset Holyday center does not deliver your personal information to third parties. If you would like our newsletter, we will send you information and product offerings by e-mail. This can easily be canceled via their account in the online store.
Security and payment cards
To the extent that the vendor processes card information, the vendor is required to comply with and ensure that his service vendors adjust to a continuous basis. All information between the visitor's computer and the website is encrypted with SSL (Secure socket layer) so information is not lost weigh or read by others. The site has approved SSL certificate and it appears with the green address line in your browser.
Skottneset is GDPR compliant