GDPR is a new EU regulation that entered into force on 25 May 2018 together with the Swedish Data Protection Act, which replaces the Swedish Personal Data Act (PUL). The major changes involve making more stringent the demands on companies and authorities that process personal data and enhancing the individual’s rights to influence such data processing. Because you are important to us, you can feel assured about the way we process your personal data. Here’s how we collect and store data.
The types of data processed
The data is then stored in different database-controlled systems and in some cases it is passed on to other operators who collaborate with us to make sure you can use the services you rely on us for. We do not store or use any personal data beyond the above
Collection of data
We collect data from you in connection with the collaboration agreement under which our services will be used. The data is necessary for our ability to conclude an agreement.
As a customer, you may demand an extract from the register that includes your personal data. You may demand that errors be corrected and that we delete your information upon termination of the contract. Data which constitutes official documents or which has a statutory retention requirement, such as accounting with associated regulations, may not be deleted.
If you have any questions regarding the way we process personal data, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Should you feel we are failing to process your personal data correctly, please contact the Swedish Data Inspection Board at email@example.com.