Our data protection policy
LignoCity2.0 (also called “we” or “us” in the following text) care for your personal privacy and in this text, we explain how our protection policy works.
The policy has the following content:
- What do we do with your information?
- What information do we collect?
- Who can access your personal information?
- Where do we process your personal information?
- How long do we save your personal data?
- Your rights
- What about cookies and similar techniques?
- Contact information
According to current data protection legislation, personal data may only be collected for “special, explicit and legitimate purposes.” The data collected may not be processed in a manner that is incompatible with these purposes. Our processing of your personal data rests on one or more of the following legal grounds:
- the processing is necessary for us to be able tofulfilour agreement with you;
- theprocessingis necessary for us to be able to fulfil an obligation we have due to another law (“legal obligation”);
- the processing is necessary for our legitimate interests and your interests in protecting your personal data do not weigh heavier (“balancing interests”);
- or in some specific cases, after you have given your consent to the currentprocessing (“consent”).
In most cases, the legal basis is an agreement, a legal obligation or a balance of interests. In some cases, however, our processing requires your consent. In such cases, we will collect your consent for the current treatment before it begins.
What do we do with your information?
All information is used to provide, deliver and improve our services to you as a member or participant of event, seminar or networking events. We process personal data based on the following purposes based on legal grounds:
- confirm your identity and verify your personal and contact details
- Improve our services and develop the service to our member companies
- comply with applicable legislation
Communication with you
We may process personal data when we need to communicate with you to provide relevant information regarding news, business intelligence and invitations to seminars, events and networking meetings. Our legitimate interests for this processing are to keep you as a member / customer informed about our services and to be able to improve these. In connection with such treatment, we may use your contact information (name, e-mail address, telephone number).
What information do we collect?
You can directly or indirectly provide us with information about yourself in several different ways, such as when you visit our website or register for events / seminars / networking meetings. The information may consist of the following information: personal and contact information (name, mobile phone number, e-mail address, organization affiliation, position, invoice and delivery address). We do not normally collect information related to sensitive personal information. However, in connection with certain events, where we provide ingestion, we may obtain information about food allergies. This information is only saved until the event is complete.
Who can access your personal information?
All our staff have access to the stored information. The reason for this is that all employees in some form carry out communication activities. In addition, hired, external consultants can gain access to information, but they only get the authority to see the information they need to be able to carry out their assignments.
What we will not do with your data
We will not sell or share your personal information with third parties unless we have your permission to do so.
How we process your personal data
We will mainly treat your personal data in Sweden. If personal data is transferred to any country outside the EU / EEA, we will take steps to ensure that the personal data continues to be protected and take the necessary measures to legally transfer the personal data to countries outside the EU / EEA.
How long do we save your personal data?
Your personal data is only saved for as long as there is a need to save them to fulfil the purposes for which the data was collected.
According to current data protection legislation, you have the right to receive information about when and how we treat your personal data. You also have the right, in some cases, to access your personal data or have them moved, corrected or deleted. You have the right to receive information free of charge about which personal data we process (a so-called registry extract). Requests for such extracts must be made in writing and must be signed by you. Please note that we only disclose such information that we know for sure. You send this request to us by mail. Mark the envelope “Data protection LignoCity2.0” and send it to: Paper Province, Sommargatan 101 A, 656 37 Karlstad, Sweden.
Right to correction and to erase
You have the right to request that your personal data from us be corrected if they are incorrect.
You also have the right to have your personal data deleted. We are required to delete the data if 1) the data are no longer needed for the purposes for which they were collected, 2) you withdraw your consent, 3) the processing are used for direct marketing and you oppose the processing of the data, 4 ) you oppose personal data processing that takes place after a balance of interests and there are no legitimate reasons that outweigh your interest; 5) if the personal data has been processed illegally; 6) deletion is required to fulfil a legal obligation.
The right to limit your personal data
You have the right to request that the processing of your personal data be limited, which means that we only process your personal data for certain specific purposes. We will limit the processing in the following cases: 1) if you claim that the personal information is not accurate, and we need time to check the accuracy of the data. 2) You object to treatment we perform. In that case. 3) If you think we should delete the personal data, but we cannot do this for any reason.
Right to object to treatment
In some cases, you have the right to object to us processing your personal data, say within research or after a balance of interests. We then only can continue to keep your information if there are compelling justifications that outweigh your rights, or if the treatment is required to take advantage of our legal claims.
If you believe we abuse your personal data, you are encouraged to report this to us as soon as possible.
You can ask your questions about our processing of personal data by emailing our project manager. You find the contact information at this site.
LignoCity2.0 reserves the right to update this policy if necessary. The data protection policy was updated no later than 2019-03-07.
How about cookies and the like?
This site contains cookies
A cookie is a small piece of data that is saved to your device when you visit a website. It allows the site to recognize your device and to remember if you have visited the site before. Cookies are used to give you a better experience of the website and to give you access to various functions.
A cookie makes it possible to see/follow a user’s on lignocity.com. We use the information to administer and customize your visits to our online services.
How to avoid cookies
If you do not want to accept cookies, your browser can be set so that you automatically refuse to store cookies or to inform you every time a website requests to store a cookie. The previously stored cookies can also be deleted through the web browser. If you do not want to accept cookies, some features may still be used, but you may limit the functionality of some web pages.
To find out more about cookies, including how to see which cookies have been placed on your device and how to manage and delete them, visit http://www.allaboutcookies.org or http: //www.minacookies. se. (ta bort e.)
Cookies are used for certain features that improve our sites for the user or provide us with statistics on the use of the site. We do not save any personal information via cookies. The statistics cannot be linked to a person. We always use the information in a responsible manner. Our goal is to continuously improve your online experience. Cookies help our site work better and more efficiently.
- Third-party cookies can come from partners who provide functional web tools for our site or other websites where we advertise and from social networks.
- Third-party cookies often come from ads on the site the user has called. The ads are then retrieved from an external website.
- Third-party cookies are also set by web analytics and traffic measurement providers that the site uses to let independent companies measure and evaluate the visitors. The measurements are used to validate the site’s data to advertisers on the number of visitors, the size of traffic, target audiences and campaign outcomes.
Examples of third-party cookies:
- Sharing via social networks: If you share content from our site in social networks,egFacebook or Twitter, you can receive cookies from them.
The following script can be found on our site and on our campaign pages:
- Google Maps – Used to embed Google Maps on the site.
- Google Analytics – Used to collect information and usage statistics for our website. The cookies can also be used by Google to display more relevant ads in Google products and services.
- HotJar – Used to collect information and usage statistics for our website.