Privacy Policy

The privacy policy described below applies to the collection and use of personal data for the Danish travel blog

Privacy policy

MM on the go is a Danish travel blog by Mette Christina König and Martin Reinhard. We are responsible for ensuring that the processing of your personal data is confidential, secure, and in accordance with GDPR legislation. Below you can read about what data we collect, how we process the information, and what we use it for.


Mette Christina König & Martin Reinhard
c/o König, Gevninge Bygade 53, 4000 Roskilde
Phone: +45 26 27 21 66
Mail: hello (a)

You are always welcome to contact us if you have any questions about the processing of your personal data.

We use the following services

• Dropbox
• MailerLite
• Meta (Facebook + Instagram)
• Pinterest
• WordPress
• Youtube

Personal data we process

  • Name and e-mail address that the user provides in connection with comments on the blog.
  • Anonymized information about behavior on the blog.
  • Name, telephone number, and e-mail address of customers and business partners.
  • First name and email address of recipients of emails from hello (a)

We use personal data for the following purposes

Answering inquiries Personal information that a user has provided himself in relation to an email or comments on the blog, is stored so that we can respond to the comment and, if necessary, reply directly to the user via email. The information is never passed on and is only used to answer inquiries. (IP address and country are not used but cannot be unselected from the mail service).

Further development and improvement of the blog The user’s behavior on the blog is used to further develop and improve the blog. The site uses to analyze the traffic. Plausible is a European company that does not use cookies and is fully compliant with GDPR, CCPA, and PECR.

Communication with business partners Customers’/collaborators’ names, telephone numbers, and email addresses are stored so that we can communicate with the customer/collaborator.

The legal basis for processing your personal data

When we process personal data about you, it will typically be based on the following processing basis:

  • The processing takes place based on consent from the person according to the nature of the data protection regulation. Article 6 subsection 1, letter a, or article 9, subsection 2, letter a.
  • The processing is necessary so that we can pursue a legitimate interest that outweighs the person’s rights and personal interests according to the nature of the data protection regulation article 6 subsection 1, letter f.
  • The processing is necessary for us to fulfill an agreement with the person.
  • The processing is necessary to comply with a legal obligation (e.g. reports to TAX).

Transfer your personal data to recipients outside the EU and EEA via the use of the services below

We transfer your personal data to recipients outside the EU and EEA via the use of the services below:

• Dropbox, USA:
• Pinterest, USA:
• Meta (FB + IG), USA:
• WordPress, USA:
• WPML, Hong Kong: • Youtube, USA:

Your personal data originates from

  • E-mail address for emails to the blog is given by the user himself.
  • Personal information provided by the user in relation to Comments on the blog is submitted by the user himself.
  • Anonymised information about behavior on the blog is obtained via cookies, e.g. from statistical information.
  • Name, telephone number, and e-mail address are either provided by the customer or business partner themselves or obtained from publicly available websites.


All websites use cookies, which are small text files that are saved by your browser when you visit the site. The purpose of cookies is to recognize your device and remember your settings, track behavior and adapt content so that you get a better user experience. Cookies do not contain malicious code. At we use cookies to customize our content, show you social media features, and analyze our traffic. You can block cookies and delete them by setting up your browser. If you choose to do that, please be aware that the site will not function optimally and that there will be content that you cannot access. Please see instructions for blocking or deleting cookies HERE.

Free travel inspiration

We like to share our travel experiences with everyone – frankly and freely. All texts, images, and films are exclusively our own, unless otherwise stated. We pay for the expenses associated with maintaining the blog and producing the content. It is important to us that we have the freedom to write our honest opinion and only bring content that we can personally vouch for, and think is relevant to other travelers.

Embedded links (affiliate) and ads

When we collaborate with e.g. travel agencies or make use of advertising links (affiliate) for products and services, we draw attention to this in the text. We only share recommendations and links to things we ourselves use and think are the best. If you choose to use our links, neither the product nor the service will be more expensive for you. The link is free. In return, you support our travel blog, as in some cases we earn a small commission. It helps us run the blog and maintain our editorial freedom. In other words – it’s a win-win.

Storage of your information

We store your personal data for as long as it is necessary for us to be able to process your data, or it follows from applicable legislation. In addition, it applies that:

  • Information that we must store according to the Accounting Act is stored for the current calendar year plus 5 years.
  • Other personal data is stored for the current calendar year plus 2 years. However, names and email addresses received per email in the current calendar year plus 5 years.
  • Information that we must store according to the Accounting Act is stored for the current calendar year plus 5 years.
  • Mail recipients can delete themselves from MailerLite via a link in the emails they receive, or by contacting us.

Your rights

When we process your personal data, you have several rights: You can withdraw your consent at any time by contacting us. If you withdraw your consent, it does not affect the legality of the processing that we have already carried out based on your consent.

You have the right to gain insight into and object to what information we process about you, and how it is processed, and you can have your information corrected if it is incorrect. In certain cases, you may have the right to have the processing of your information restricted or for us to delete your information before the time when the information would normally be deleted.

If you wish to make use of your rights, you can contact us either in writing or by telephone. You can read more about your rights in the Norwegian Data Protection Authority’s guidance on the rights of data subjects on the Danish Data Protection Authority’s website:

Complaint to the Danish Data Protection Authority

You can complain about the company’s processing of your personal data to the Data Protection Authority on tel. +45-3319 3200 or e-mail: