Information on personal data processing and privacy protection
1. Information we collect
2. How the data collected is used, the purpose and legal basis for the processing
3. Recipients who can access personal data
The personal data is used by us for the development and operation of the Service and within our own organization, but can also, for example. ???marketing purposes will be transferred to and shared with other recipients, such as our partners, or other companies we partner with, e.g. personal data assistants that we use to process personal data. You always have the right to oppose receiving marketing via e-mail or SMS at any time, or furthermore that your information is otherwise used for direct marketing, including profiling. See link in paragraph 2 above. Personal data collected is not transferred by us to third countries, such as to any country outside the EU / EEA. However, transfer may occur if we, for example, have hired a personal data assistant to carry out certain processing.
4. Period during which the data is stored
Personal data is stored so far as long insofar ??as you are a member and have a user relationship with the Service and us. The data does not stop being saved simply because you are not active and using the Service. If you want to cancel your user account, you can easily contact us and notify us by clicking here. Once your membership is terminated, we will delete your information without delay, and at the latest within the time required by applicable data protection legislation, or court or regulatory authority decisions. Your data may be stored longer than otherwise if the obligation to continue to store the data is in accordance with current legislation to which we are subject.
5. Information about your rights under the Data Protection
Regulation According to the provisions of the EU Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), you have the right to have access to, free of charge and a copy of the personal data about you processed (free of charge), as well as the right to get incorrect data corrected or incomplete supplements (Article 16). You are further entitled to request the deletion of your personal data (Article 17), in the cases and under the conditions set out in the Data Protection Regulation (Article 17), to limit the processing of your personal data (Article 18) and to object to the processing that takes place (Article 21 ). You also have the right to obtain and transfer any personal data that you have provided to us under what is called the right to data portability (Article 20).
6. Automated decisions and profiling
The processing of personal data we carry out includes automated decisions and profiling?? that certain personal characteristics are assessed for analyzing and predicting preferences, interests and behaviors, and, where applicable, whereabouts?? in order to be able to send customized marketing offers and other communications to the recipient's interests and needs. The logic behind this is that your device's use of the Service and other of our services enables us to track and gain greater awareness of your habits on the Internet and thus your interests and needs. The consequence for you as a registered person is that you can get more targeted advertising offers than otherwise, which in turn can increase your purchases of such goods and services to which the marketing refers. You always have the right to object to direct marketing and profiling as well as.
7. Right to oppose direct marketing and profiling, revocation of consent (where applicable)
You always have the right to oppose that your data is used for direct marketing, including profiling associated with such marketing, see link in paragraph 2 above. To the extent that we process personal data, and this is based on your consent, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time.
8. Personal data protection and contact details
It is Atelier Des Curators AB that operates and is responsible for the Service.
Atelier Des Curators AB, org. No: 559160-5828
Address: Finnboda varvsväg 14B, 131 72 Nacka. Telephone: 0723 13 88 39, e-mail: email@example.com
9. Right to file a complaint
You always have the right to submit complaints to the supervisory authority concerned, the Data Inspectorate, (with proposed new name, the Privacy Protection Authority) in case of dissatisfaction or remarks against the processing of personal data that is carried out. You can do this most easily by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 08-657 61 00.
If you have questions or would like more information about the processing of personal data that is being done, you are welcome to contact us via e-mail or telephone, see contact details in paragraphs 8 above.