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GDPR and North Sweden Business

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy in the European Union and the European Economic Area. It also addresses the transfer of personal data outside the EU and EEA areas. The regulation contains provisions and requirements related to the processing of personal data of individuals.

This is how North Sweden Business handle personal data of individuals.

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No third part or other actor has access to our address list, it is only used to send out the newsletter. The email newsletter is free of charge and can at any time and with no delay be unsubscribed through a link in the letter or by mailing the editor. 

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With the use of cookies North Sweden Business can keep statistics, adapt the site to your browsers preferences, simplify your menu choices and increase the usefulness for you as visitor to our site. We do not use the statistics to adapt or control the information to or about our users.

In addition to this there is information you give when you fill in forms for tips and pressreleases: name, email address, place, company namn, telephone number and in some cases attached pictures. This information is necessary to be able to handle your wish for publicity.

If you have questions, or want to remove registered information, contact us: editor@northswedenbusiness.

Published information in articles such as name, place or company, is not governed by GDPR. It is governed by the Swedish Constitution, in the Freedom of the Press Act, Tryckfrihetsförordningen (TF 1949:105). Such information is not removed unless there are exceptional reasons.

If you regard our handling of your information to be illegal or not correct, you can contact the Swedish Data Protection Authority, Integritetsmyndigheten.

Lennart Håkansson, editor

Contact: editor@northswedenbusiness