Privacy Policy: Members

Privacy Policy for The Oswald Academy (Brian Nygaard Oswald)

In accordance with the European GDPR article 13 this privacy policy describes how I am handling your personal data being a personal member of the Oswald Academy.

1. I am the data controller – how do you contact me?

I (The Oswald Academy by Brian Nygaard Oswald) am the data controller for handling the personal information received about you. Please find my contact information below:

Brian Nygaard Oswald
Banegårdsgade 2, 3.
5800 Nyborg

CVR-no. (VAT): 30944488
Phone: +45 29258636

2. Purpose of and legal basis for handling your personal information

I handle your personal information for this purpose:

  • Administrating your membership hereunder receiving payment, giving you access to a membership area and communicating in e-mails (membership news – and answering questions).

The legal basis for handling your information is my legitimate interest in administrating the membership programme including giving you the membership benefits as stated on my website – see article 6, 1, f) in the European GDPR.

Your information will be deleted typically one month after you have unsubscribed as a member, though no later than the upcoming January – except information used to payment/invoice which in accordance with Danish Law will be stored in five years after the end of the year you have paid.

3. Data processor

I hand your information over to data processors ( (membership area etc.), (payment of your membership fee), (invoicing) and (e-mails)), which handle the information on my behalf. I have a data processing agreement with all data processors, and they are working under my instructions.

4. Where does your personal information come from?

The personal information which I handle about you comes from you (when enrolling as a member, communicating and paying).

5. Transferral of data: Inside/outside EU.
  • EasyMe (membership area etc.). In general, all data about you in is stored inside the EU. But e.g. e-mails are transferred to (safe) spots outside the EU in up to 45 days. You can read more about’s processing of your personal data here (it’s in Danish – contact us if you would like to have it explained in English).
  • Stripe (payment). Stripe is one of the leading payment providers in the world, and they store information in many countries including countries outside the EU. They have a great focus on complying to the GDPR, including with many safety measures, so that your data is in safe hands. You can read more here.
  • E-conomic (invoicing). This is the most used invoicing system in Denmark, and is used by 100.000+ businesses. As a starting point they store all data inside the EU, but sometimes store information outside the EU – with appropriate safeguards in measure. You can read more about how they process data here (it’s in Danish – contact us if you would like to have it explained in English).
  • (our website). stores all information inside the EU. You can read more about their processing here.