The Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679, also called GDPR, regulates how authorities, companies and organizations process personal data. The regulation aims, inter alia, at to protect your personal information so that it is not used for any purpose other than that for which you provided it.
Personal data includes all kinds of information that can be associated with a living physical person, for example
- social security number
- identifications online
Information such as IP numbers, if combined with other information together, can also constitute a personal data.
Processing of personal data includes all handling of personal data, such as collection, registration and storage.
The data controller is the person who alone or together with others determines the purposes and means for the processing of personal data.
Cookies are a small text file consisting of letters and numbers that are sent from our web server and stored on your browser or device. Such may consist of so-called:
- Session cookies (a temporary cookie that expires when you close your browser or device).
- Durable cookies (cookies that remain on your computer until you remove them or they expire).
- First-party cookies (cookies set by the website you visit).
- Third-party cookies (cookies set by a third-party site) These are used for statistics and analyzes, e.g. Google Analytics.
You can control the use and extent of cookies by changing the settings in your own browser, for example by blocking all cookies, only accepting first-party cookies or deleting cookies when you close your browser. However, be aware that such settings may cause some web pages to not work fully.
Contact, questions and more information
If you have any questions related to how we process your personal data, you are welcome to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can contact us at any time to request correction, deletion or restriction of your personal data or to request extracts from your personal data.
The Data Inspectorate is the supervisory authority responsible for monitoring the application of privacy law. If you believe that we are handling personal data incorrectly, you can file a complaint with them.
Postal address: Box 8114, 104 20 Stockholm
Phone: 08-657 61 00
More information is also available on The Swedish Data Inspectorate’s website
Collection and processing of personal data
Ljugarns Strandby AB 559034-9600 is responsible for personal data for the processing of personal data described below.
What personal information do we collect and when?
Personal and contact information, such as name, email address, telephone number and online ID that you provide to us, for example when you submit a question or comments using the contact form or submit an event for publication in the Event Calendar. Even in other contexts such as when you attend a meeting or event, sign up for event lists and news releases, or interact with us on social media, we may collect such personal and contact information.
We may actively collect personal and contact information about you, for example if you work as a contact person at a company or are a public person, journalist or similar.
As visitors to our site, we may collect information about how you interact with and use our web pages and technical device information, such as IP address, language settings, browser settings, time zone, operating system, platform and screen resolution.
How long do we store your personal data?
We will never store your personal data for longer than is necessary for their respective purposes or for what is necessary for other legitimate interests. The data collected may be stored for quality assurance purposes for a maximum period of two years.
What rights do you have registered?
Right to access (register extract). You have the right to access the information we are processing about you and may request a copy thereof.
Right to correction. You have the right to correct inaccurate or incomplete information about you within the purpose for which they are being processed.
Right to erase (“the right to be forgotten”). You have the right to request that we delete the personal data we process.
Right of restriction. In some circumstances, you may be entitled to request that our processing of your personal data be restricted. For example, if you were to question whether the information is accurate or whether we no longer need it for our purposes, but you need it to be able to establish, enforce or defend legal claims. This means that you can request that we not delete your information.
In some, you may have direct access to the stored data, e.g. as part of an event posted on the site. If in other cases you want to know what personal data is stored on your behalf or if you want to change or delete the information, contact the data controller via email@example.com.