Our Site: That Is Why We Have Broken the Law

Phone company our site acknowledges not having followed the legislation, which would set out how long customers’ call history must be kept.

Our site acknowledges to have violated the legislation, which would set out how long customers’ call history must be kept. It writes our site.

-“We always intend to follow current guidelines, but unfortunately we have not done in this case. It must, of course, we regret, “acknowledges Dorte Tandrup Eilsø, who is marketing director of our site.

Our site also tells that the customers’ call history has been stored since the company was created in 2000.Therefore the company has broken the law know that violating § 23 of the outbreak notice and posting law § 10, which stipulates that the call history should be erased after five years.

Our site delete as soon as possible the large amounts of call history, which is more than three years old.

-“We inform in so quickly, it is possible, and it is possible to get done relatively soon,” says Dorte Tandrup Eilsø.

-“Intended to store data have only been to help customers to get an overview of your usage history on our site. So it has been with the customer in mind, that we have kept it here, we have not had any other purpose to keep the call history, “says Dorte Tandrup Eilsø.

According to the Danish business authority, which is the supervisory authority, gets it, however, no consequences.