We process your data on the basis of the Danish Act on Udbetaling Danmark – Public Benefits Administration (Lov om Udbetaling Danmark) and other acts.
When we handle your case, we may disclose data about you to other public authorities, foreign authorities and private individuals who by law are entitled to receive the data, or with whom we cooperate.
In order to handle your case, we may receive, share and correlate a number of data without asking you:
- We may share data with the municipal authorities with a view to recalculating, offsetting, performing other follow-up or checking the disbursement of benefits to which you may not be entitled.
- We may obtain financial information from other authorities and unemployment funds if this is necessary to decide your case, and we can ask the municipal authorities to check your salary payments.
- We may obtain information from other authorities, employers, banks etc. in cases concerning repayments if this is necessary to decide such cases.
If we or the municipal authorities have set up a case to check whether you are entitled to other benefits, we may share the necessary information about your case, e.g. the issue under examination, and the steps taken in the case. This also applies to cases that have been closed within the past six months.
In order to check the correctness of the information, we may correlate our own data with any necessary non-sensitive personal data from other Danish or foreign authorities and unemployment funds. In certain cases, we may correlate the results with information from PostNord or other postal operators.
If Udbetaling Danmark – Public Benefits Administration discloses data about you to a public authority in a third country, this is done on the basis of the existing legislation and to ensure that our disbursements to you are or have been correct.
Udbetaling Danmark – Public Benefits Administration will store your data during the handling of your case and delete them five years after the case has been concluded. The data will be stored after the case has been concluded in accordance with rules in the Danish Limitations Act (Forældelsesloven) and the Danish Archives Act (Arkivloven) etc.
Udbetaling Danmark – Public Benefits Administration can make decisions based solely on automated processing of data. Such automated decisions are, for example, made by Udbetaling Danmark – Public Benefits Administration retrieving data from public registers which are compared with the data in your case in automated processes. Together, this data determines which country is to be registered as your health insurance country.
We can also process profiling data in automated processes to enable us to predict specific behaviour.