2. Data linked to private persons

Private persons are persons who visit the web services in eKultur, without registering or logging in with a user account. As a private person in eKultur, no personal data about you are initially stored.

The only thing you must consider is whether you accept cookies. More information about cookies can be found here.

Apart from searching, browsing and looking at what has been published on eKultur's web services, some functionalities require that you provide personal data, without having to register with a user account. This applies if you want to:

  • Comment on objects on DigitaltMuseum
  • Send an enquiry to a museum about objects published on DigitaltMuseum.
  • Order pictures of the objects on DigitaltMuseum

(By objects is meant photographs, artworks, buildings, items etc. that have been digitalised and published on DigitaltMuseum's web services).

Comments

In order to be able to comment on objects on DigitaltMuseum, you must provide a name and email address on a form, in addition to your comment. Your comment and name will remain on DigitaltMuseum in connection with the object you have commented on. The museum that owns the object you have left a comment on is the Data Controller for these data. KulturIT is the data processor.

The comment you leave is also sent as an email to the museum that has the object you have commented on in their collection, alongside your name and email address. The museum is the data controller for comments they receive from DigitaltMuseum via email.

Your comment, name and email address is also sent to the Primus database of the museum that has the object in their collection. They decide whether they would like to save this information as part of the collection documentation or delete it. The museum that receives the comment in their Primus base is the data controller. KulturIT is the data processor.

Enquiries

You can also send an enquiry to the museum regarding an object on DigitaltMuseum, for instance if you have a question about the object, or you have information about the object that you would like to share with the museum without publishing it on DigitaltMuseum. Such enquiries are not stored or made public on DigitaltMuseum. They are sent directly to the museum as an email with your enquiry, name and email address. The museum you direct your enquiry to is the data controller.

Your enquiry, name and email address is also sent to the Primus database of the museum that has the object in their collection. The museum decides whether to save the information as part of their documentation of the collection, or delete the information. The museum that receives the enquiry in their Primus base is the data controller. KulturIT is the data processor.