Policy - GDPR - Data Protection Regulation
Processing of personal data according to GDPR.
What is a personal data and what does a personal data processing mean? A personal data is information that can directly or indirectly identify a physically living person. Examples of personal information are name, address, telephone number and e-mail address, but information such as IP number or user behavior in combination with other information used to connect to you is also personal information. A processing of personal data includes all handling of personal data, for example; collection, forwarding, analysis, registration and storage.
You should be able to feel secure when you entrust us with your personal information. That is why we have established this policy. It is based on current data protection legislation and clarifies how we work to protect your rights and your privacy. The purpose of this policy is to let you know how we process your personal data, what we use it for, who can access it and under what conditions, and how you can exercise your rights.
We process your personal information primarily to fulfill our obligations to you. Our starting point is not to process more personal information than is necessary for the purpose, and we always strive to use the least privacy-sensitive information. We may also need your personal information to comply with laws and to perform customer and market analyzes.
What personal information do we process? We only process personal data when we have legal grounds. We do not process personal data other than when they are needed to fulfill obligations under contract and law. Below are examples of the personal data we process:
• Email address
• Telephone number
• User name
Information that you registered yourself and voluntarily state. Content that you publish yourself, so-called user-generated content. We do not save social security numbers, bank card numbers or any payment information as this goes via SWISH or PAYPAL and not via us.
How do we access your personal information?
You have the right to withdraw your consent at any time, regardless of our choice of lawful basis. We will then no longer process your personal data or obtain new ones, provided that it is not necessary to fulfill our obligations under contract or law. Keep in mind that revocation of consent may mean that we are unable to fulfill our obligations to you.
Below is the bulleted list of how we can access your personal data.
• Information that you provide us directly.
• Information that is recorded when you visit our website.
• Information we receive when you sign up for newsletters and other mailings.
• Information we receive when responding to surveys and surveys.
• Information we receive when you contact us
What information do we give you?
You always have the opportunity to contact us if you have any questions or need to submit a request or request relating to your personal data and / or rights.
Is your personal data processed in a satisfactory manner?
We work out procedures and procedures to ensure that your personal data is handled in a secure manner. The starting point is that only employees and other persons within the organization who need the personal data to perform their tasks should have access to them. We do not transfer personal data in cases other than those expressly stated in this policy.
When do we disclose your personal information?
Our starting point is not to disclose your personal information to third parties unless you have consented to it or if it is not necessary to fulfill our obligations under contract or law.
Retrospelboxar (RSB) are responsible for personal data, which means that we are responsible for how your personal data is processed and that your rights are used.
What rights do you have as a registered person?
In short, this means that you as a registered person should be given information about and how your personal data is processed and have control over your own information. Each right is described below.
• Right of access:
At RSB, we are always open and transparent with how we process your personal data. If you want to know what personal data we process about you, you can request a register extract. It is important that we can ensure that we disclose the information to the right person, therefore your request must be in writing, self-signed and contain information on names and personal data.
• Right to rectification:
If your information is incorrect, incomplete or irrelevant, you can contact RSB at any time and request that it be corrected.
• Right to be forgotten:
You can request that RSB erase your personal data without undue delay. In some cases, RSB will not be able to delete your personal information because we must comply with the laws and requirements that are imposed on our business. In such cases, we will block the use of your personal data for the purposes that you wish to be forgotten to the extent possible.
• Right to restriction of treatment:
You have the right to request that the processing of your personal data be restricted.
• Right to object:
You can at any time object to the processing of personal data based on a legitimate interest with RSB.
• Right to data portability:
If the processing of your personal data is done automatically and either has an agreement or consent as a legal basis, you have the right to obtain a copy of the personal data that you have provided to RSB. The personal data must be provided in a format that is structured, widely used and machine-readable. You have the right to transfer this information to another data controller without RSB being able to refuse the request. The person who wishes to know what information RSB has saved and - or wishes to have these corrected, blocked, notified or deleted is referred to the e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
When requesting deletion, modification and / or blocking of personal data, this is done promptly and at the latest within 3 months.
This document may be revised as needed.
Cookies / Cookies:
According to the Electronic Communications Act that came into force on July 25, 2003, visitors to a website must be informed about the use of so-called cookies, and be given the opportunity to prevent their use.
A cookie is a small text file (usually less than 1 KB) that is stored in your computer and stores information. Cookies are used, among other things, to improve the site for the user.
Our website uses the friendly variant of cookies, so-called session cookies. When you are browsing a web page, session cookies are sent between your computer and our server in order to exchange information. This may include, for example, what you have added to your shopping cart, or if you are logged into My pages.
We do not store any personal information through session cookies. Session cookies are not permanently stored on your computer, but disappear when you close your browser. There are security settings in most browsers that can disable session cookies. Usually, it is also possible to delete any session cookies that have already been saved. If you choose not to accept session cookies on our site, the site will not function satisfactorily.
When you visit this site, your IP address is automatically registered for measuring visitor frequency.
Policy - GDPR - Data Protection Regulation