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Valid from 2018-05-25
Unestahl Mental Training AB – VAT number – SE 556747-0488, Hagalundsvägen 4, 702 30 Örebro, Sweden, is responsible for processing personal data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This policy applies from May 25, 2018 and its main purpose is to strengthen privacy rights and to secure increased safety in processing personal information.
We process personal data for customers and suppliers. Our purpose of processing personal data is primarily to fulfill our commitments to customers/suppliers in response to our assignments with same.
The legal basis for the treatment is mutual agreements and contracts.
We also have personal data agreements with partners that handle personal data for which we are responsible. Our information is obtained primarily from the customer/supplier itself and in some cases also from public bodies such as government authorities and credit reporting companies.
The information we process mainly concerns contact details, billing and debit details, social security numbers and VAT- numbers, as well as other information relevant or necessary for the performance of our mission to customers, guests and staff. In cases where we store data for statistical purposes, they will be anonymized via Google Analytics.
We only intend to store personal data that are relevant for the implementation of our commitment and will delete the data when they are no longer needed for the operation and in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation- GDPR.
In cases where we consider it useful for both customers/suppliers and us as a supplier to save the submitted information, we will request written approval to do so.
If approval is not given, the data will be deleted.
In order to keep the personal data we process safe, we have taken several security measures: We have implemented security practices, technical and organizational measures to protect your personal data.
In addition, we have appropriate firewalls and antivirus software to protect and prevent unauthorized access to our network. Access to the spaces where the personal data is stored is limited and it is required for employees to be identified for access.
You are entitled to know which of your personal information we handle and for what purposes. This is done by requesting a so-called registry extract.
We are (upon request) obliged to provide a notice of all personal data relating to you.
You may request an amendment to your personal information should the information be incorrect.
You are entitled to request any previously submitted personal data in a structured and machine-readable format.
You also have the right to demand that we delete your personal information from all systems (“Right to be forgotten”).
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Different types of cookies
Both our website and others, like Facebook or Google, can place cookies on your computer when you visit this site. Cookies from the site you visit are called first-party cookies and cookies from other sites called third-party cookies.
On our website, so-called third-party cookies are used. For example, we measure visitor statistics using Google Analytics. The purpose is to understand how our site is used and to improve it. Some third party cookies are introduced by services shown on our pages but are not under our control. They are submitted by companies that provide social media, such as Twitter and Facebook.
This site does use social media services from facebook.
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