DATA PROTECTION REGULATION – GDPR
The new law om personal data, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), came into force on 25 May 2018. The regulation is common to the EU/EEA, so the differences that exist between the countries today will disappear almost completely.
This means that the same rules apply in the internal market – an advantage of countries in Europe. Another advantage is that we as individuals are better protected. Today, information about us and our interests is a commodity in a way that legislators did not foresee in the 90´s.
The new GDPR law takes into account the rapid development if technology with the aim of protecting our privacy.
YOUR PERSONAL DATA AND HOW WE HANDLE THEM
The data we collect and save about you and how you use our services that directly or indirectly identifies you, we consider to be your personal data. We use this information to be able to administer your contact details, your registration of interest and for statistics.
The information below is a summary of how we collect and handle your personal data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
WHY DO WE NEED YOUR DATA?
Information about you is needed to be able to administer and manage your contact information and your registration of interest.
HOW ARE YOUR DATA STORED?
You provide your information yourself via our website or call, text or send us an email.
WHO HAS ACCESS TO THE DATA?
Olof Viktor’s staff has access to the information needed to contact you.
According to current law, Olof Viktors is responsible for ensuring that the personal data that is processed is protected through the necessary technical and organizational security measures, taking into account what is appropriate in relation to the nature and sensitivity of the personal data.
Olof Viktor’s system and organization are arranged so that unauthorized persons do not have access to the personal data processed in connection with our services.
HOW LONG IS THE DATA SAVED?
Your contact details are saved until you revoke your approval and revoke your approval via email to the owner.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text-based data file that one or more web servers may ask to save on the website visitor’s computer. There are different types of cookies, we use the following:
First party cookies – These cookies are set by us on your computer or device.
Third party cookies – These cookies are set by a third-party site. Cookies that are used, for example, to collect information for advertising and web statistics can be so-called third-party cookies. We use e.g., by Google Analytics which is a web-based analysis tool provided by Google.
This data may be stored on a Google server in a third-party country.
Further information about cookies is available on the Swedish Post and Telecommunications Authority’s website, www.pts.se.
EMBEDDED CONTENT FROM OTHER SITES
Articles on this website may contain embedded content (for example, videos, images, articles, etc.). Embedded content from other websites behaves the same as if the visitor has visited the other website.
The personal data will not be processed for a longer time than is necessary for the purposes for which the personal data is processed.
Contact us if you want to change your details or withdraw your consent.