GDPR is a new EU ordinance that comes into force on 25 May 2018. It is to be instituted alongside a new Swedish law, the Swedish Data Protection Act. It replaces the current Swedish Personal Data Act (PUL). The major changes to current legislation are a tightening of the requirements concerning how companies and authorities process your personal data whilst, at the same time, your ability to influence that processing increases.
It is important for us that you feel secure about how we handle your personal data. That’s why we are open about how we collect, process, and share the data we hold about you.
What information is processed?
We need your personal data in order to fulfill our agreements and undertakings with you. This may include your name, personal ID number, address, e-mail address, etc. These are stored with us in various computer systems in order to enable us to provide you with products and services that you buy from us. This may include your name, personal ID number, address, e-mail address, etc. These are stored with us in various computer systems in order to enable us to provide you with products and services that you buy from us. The processing is based on the agreement or customer relationship in place at a particular time, e.g when you place an order with us.
As a customer, marketing material is sent to you either on the basis of you giving your explicit consent or as a result of us making a considered assessment to do so. All processing done on the basis of you granting your consent may be halted at any time and for any reason by contacting the company and withdrawing that consent.
Where does the information come from?
The data usually come directly from you and are collected when you become a customer with us.
What are your rights?
The new Act grants you, as a customer, a number of rights. One of these is the right to request an extract from the data record we hold containing your personal information, e.g. your name and contact details. Should you wish to complain about our processing of your personal data, you are entitled to submit a complaint to the Swedish Data Inspection Authority.
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