Privacy policy and cookie policy
Personal details In order to accept an order from you, we need the following personal details:



Phone number

E-mail address


We need these personal details in order to deliver your order. When submitting your personal details, you also accept that we may contact you via email or SMS regarding your order.


We only gather personal data from our website after ensuring that we have your explicit consent, and that you are informed about which details we are gathering and why.


All personal details are handled in accordance with applicable Danish law.

Storage Your personal details are registered by (full name) and they will be kept as long as required by applicable bookkeeping laws. The personal details will then be deleted.


The personal details will be kept safely and confidentially on a computer with limited access and in secure facilities.


Safety protocols will be revised continuously in order to store your personal details responsibly, and in accordance with your rights as a user.


100% security cannot be achieved with transfers over the internet, and there is a slight risk of unauthorised access to your details when you transmit and store data electronically. You are therefore responsible for any data that you chose to submit to us.


The rapid pace in which the Internet is developing means that changes in our handling of personal details may be necessary. We therefore reserve the right to modify or update the Privacy Policy. If this is necessary, we will change the “Last updated” at the bottom of this page. If extensive changes are required then we will also post a notification regarding this on our website.


We do not store personal details in an encrypted form.

We do not transmit personal details in an encrypted form.



Who has access The company owner of Copenhagen Editors has access to the personal details you have submitted.


The data controller for is Kim Klaus Wyon-Sergeant.


Third parties Personal details submitted to will not be forwarded or sold to third parties, unless in conjunction with a re-structuring or sale of the business. Any forwarding of personal details in such a situation will be in accordance to applicable legislation.


We do not gather any sensitive details.

Objections & Data copies


As a registered customer at c/o Copenhagen Editors you have the right to object against being registered.


You also have the right to request a data export of all personal data that has been gathered about you.


If any of the data is invalid or irrelevant then you can demand to have them deleted or corrected.


These rights are granted by the European Union’s Data Protection Directive.


Requests regarding this shall be sent to c/o Copenhagen Editors through email to

Complaints If you would like to complain about your purchase then you need to contact the gallery at If you are unable to find a solution then you can complain to the relevant Danish consumer protection council assuming the necessary conditions have been met.


You are entitled to complain about the handling of personal data regarding yourself. The complaint needs to be submitted to the Danish Data Protection Agency


 Litigation Litigation is subject to Danish Small Claims Procedure under Danish law


Cookies A cookie is a small string of data stored in your web browser in order for a website to recognise it. It isn’t an executable program, and it cannot read or destroy data in your web browser or your computer.


It is only the website that has placed the cookie that can read its contents again. Cookies cannot contain viruses or malware that can cause damage to your computer or device.


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At cookies are used exclusively to improve the functionality of the website, in order to improve your experience as a customer. This includes functionality for remembering your settings.


Cookies can be deleted and blocked:

  Yourpay will not take any responsibility for use of the standard Privacy policy above. Last updated April 2016.