Information on the Processing of Personal Data
The Personal Data Processing Act is the main legal source in the protection of privacy. Personal data refers to information that can be directly or indirectly linked to a physical person. The Data Inspectorate oversees the law.
The following points are used in the statement:
Relatives: This applies to persons to whom the personal data applies, examples of this are users, customers, employees etc.
Personal data: This is information that can be linked to a specific person. Examples of this can be name, telephone number, address etc.
Data processor: These are the individuals who process the personal data in accordance with the agreement with the processing responsible.
Processing responsible: This is the person who determines the purpose of the processing. The processing responsible also has the task of determining which tools to use for processing the personal data. This person is responsible for ensuring that the processing of the information is done in accordance with the law.
Processing: This refers to actions that are carried out on the basis of personal data and the scope of the actions based on the information. Examples of this can be collection, dissemination or other forms of accessibility and assembly or merging.
How we retrieve your information:
We have several ways of retrieving personal data from you. One of the ways is through sources you have pointed out or directly from you. Another way is through someone who represents you or by retrieving information directly from other private or public institutions.
We only retrieve personal data when necessary in connection with your agreements with us. We do this to be able to meet your needs and desires as a customer or partner.
We can only use your personal data if we have received your consent, this must be given by you voluntarily. You should be informed of the purpose of the use of the information before you approve.
Storage of personal data
We only store information that is relevant in order to perform our obligations under the agreements or to be able to perform a delivery. Based on the services we are to provide, we limit the use of personal data to what is necessary.
When we use personal data
We only use personal data for marketing, supplier administrative work, customer follow-up or for invoicing and delivery of services.
How long we retain the information
The storage time for the information varies depending on the purpose it is used for, but we only keep the information as long as necessary. If the information is no longer relevant, we will delete or anonymize it.
What the information is used for
We only use the information to fulfill our obligations in the customer relationship. The information gives us the opportunity to manage your relationship with us.
How we protect the information
Through well-planned and systematic work in the area of IT security, we ensure that your personal data is protected against unauthorized access, alteration, distribution and deletion. We also ensure that our data processors are contractually bound to comply with the same level of security as we ourselves must observe.
Rights of the data subject
As a data subject, you have the right to access the personal data we process about you, as well as the right to request that incorrect personal data be corrected or deleted. If you wish to exercise your rights, please contact us.
Stored Personal Information
You can contact us if you have any questions about the information we store about you. If there is any error in the information or the information changes (address, name, email), we would appreciate it if you would contact us so that we can correct it. We have a duty to inform you of any recorded information concerning you within 30 days.
You have the right to request us to delete, change or limit the processing of personal data, and to object to certain forms of processing. You can always withdraw your consent for the processing of personal information (which is based on your previous consent).
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Which cookies do we use?
We use the analytics tool Google Analytics to study traffic, usage patterns, and the like on this website. The data collected is used to optimize the user experience and customize the content on the website. Examples of data collected include age, how long you are on the website, how many times visitors have been to the site, etc. In accordance with Google’s guidelines for the use of Google Analytics, no personal information about you as a user is collected. The data collected is stored on Google’s servers.
Google Tag Manager
This is an analysis program that handles other tags and scripts, similar to Google Analytics.The information stored here is not traceable back to you. It is used in adjustments and modifications so that we can make the experience on our website as good as possible for our visitors.
With the help of Google Ads’ cookies, we measure the users who click on ads in the Google Ads advertising platform, which includes search ads in Google’s search results, display ads that appear on defined ad placements on websites in Google’s display network, and YouTube ads marked with advertising on the YouTube platform. In combination with Google Analytics, we measure what clicks on Google Ads ads generate on the website, in terms of website usage patterns and defined desired actions on the website such as conversions. With Google Analytics, we define various user groups that we send to Google Ads and use for remarketing for personalized advertising.
Personalized advertising (previously called interest-based advertising) is an effective advertising tool that helps users see more relevant ads and advertisers get higher returns. In Google’s publishing products, depending on how they are used, we make assumptions about what different users are interested in, based on the websites they visit or the apps they use, which allows advertisers to target their campaigns against these interests. This leads to a better experience for both users and advertisers.
The purpose of this feature is to prevent automated data entries on our website. Google reCAPTCHA analyzes the user’s behavior by looking at, for example, mouse pointer movements, time spent on the page and the like, to determine whether the current visitor is a human or a machine.
Google Maps is a service that offers interactive maps and satellite images for the entire world. When you visit a page containing Maps, Google may set cookies to store information and preferences about the map or other related Google services.
When you play content from YouTube on our website, YouTube may set cookies with the aim of measuring the number of plays and how users behave. This may be linked to your Google account if you are logged in while visiting our website. Information about the use of this service can be transferred to Google’s servers. The information stored does not personally identify you unless you are logged in with your Google account.
You can read more about how Google handles the information they collect here: https://policies.google.com/technologies/partner-sites
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