GDPR

GDPR – ”General Data Protection Regulation”

The 25th of May 2018, it’s all happening. The new regulation on data privacy comes into action. As you’ve probably already noticed there’s now a common data protection regulation (GDPR) introduced in all EU member states, a change that gives you as an individual an enhanced privacy protection. Our right to privacy is a human right. Just as we have the right to lock our door to thieves, we have the right to privacy online. We ourselves are the only ones to decide who we want to let in.

Below you will find cadett ab’s policy and if you want further information you are welcome to contact us at gdpr@cadett.com.

 

cadett ab – Privacy Policy

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Introduction

Our privacy policy describes what kind of personal data we store, for what use, how we treat them and how we work with data privacy in general.

 

Collection and processing of information

At cadett, the basis for all our data collection and processing is to maintain our contractual relations and communicate with our customers. For customers who signed a contract for third party products, all ordered personal data processing is governed by personal data grant agreements.

 

Collection of information via our website

cadett collect information via our website only when you sign up for our newsletter or request a user ID for our locked customer page. This is then based on your prior consent. The information you provide in the form is used to answer your contact request. Each time we ask for personal data for other purposes, we will inform you about its collection and treatment so that you can decide whether you want to leave your consent for the purpose or not.

We do not use cookies, but our newsletter uses Google Analytics [1]

 

Information from third parties

We may receive information from people acting on your behalf, for example, if any colleague refers to you, and we may receive information from third parties we do business with, for example, through the filing of business registers. These usually originate in publicly available sources and are processed only for the purpose for which they were acquired, i.e. Business communications.

 

Sharing information

We do not share your information without your specific consent. We generally do not provide third parties with your information and we do not use it for marketing purposes. However, we can use your contact information to send information about new services, offers or to inform you about news we think may be of interest for you. Where the law allows, we can share information among entities within the company group.

 

Right of access, rectification, deletion and purpose limitation

You are always entitled to contact us to have access to the information we have about you, to have the information corrected, deleted or require that our processing of your information is limited.

 

Changes to the data protection policy

We will revise our policy as needed and publish changes on our website. We will not make extensive changes regarding security, purpose of processing or sharing information without first notifying you.

 

Contact with queries and complaints

You can contact your personal information officer at cadett ab for all your data protection issues via email at gdpr@cadett.com or regular mail to: cadett ab, Att: GDPR Responsible, Girovägen 13,
SE-175 62 Järfälla, Sweden

You are entitled to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioners Office, which is a regulatory authority. This is best done by contacting https://ico.org.uk/.

 

[1] Google Analytics is Google’s analytics tool that helps us understand how you as a visitor use our website/newsletter. The program can use a set of cookies to collect information and report usage statistics without personally identifying individual visitors. If you wish to block this kind of data collection, you can do this by downloading and installing this plugin:

https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en