You have several legal rights aimed at safeguarding your personal integrity in relation to the processing of your Personal Data. Below, we have summarized these rights to help you understand them and how you may exercise these rights. However, since the legal field is under continuous development, this list may not be exhaustive. For the avoidance of doubt, any additional rights following from new laws, regulations, or industry practices will apply in addition to our summary.
Right to information. Once per calendar year, you are entitled to, by signed application, obtain a transcript of our processing of your Personal Data, free of charge. Please send any such request to email address set out below. Please mark your email: “Request for information concerning data processing.”
Right to rectification. We will in our sole discretion, or upon your request, correct your Personal Data that is found to be incorrect or misleading.
Right to be forgotten. Should you choose to claim your right to be forgotten, we will delete your Personal Data as soon as possible. In addition to this, we will delete your Personal Data as soon as possible if:
You object to our processing and there are no overriding legitimate reasons that outweigh your right to personal integrity, or
The Personal Data must be erased for compliance with a legal obligation set out in Union- or Member State law, or
otherwise when your Personal Data has been unlawfully processed.
Your data was collected when you were younger than 18 years old and you do not want this data to be processed by us (provided there’s no other legal ground that overrides this).
Right to restriction. In some cases, you may require that the processing of your personal data is limited. In this case, limitation means that the personal data will be tagged so that it only processed for limited purposes in the future. As an example, you may invoke your right to limitation if you think that our current records of your personal information is incorrect and you have requested a correction. In such cases, you may also request that our processing of your personal data is limited while investigating the accuracy of the personal data.
Right to object. You are entitled to object to such processing of your personal data that is performed based on (in our opinion) our legitimate interest. If you want to file an objection, you need to specify what processing you are objecting. If you chose to object to processing, we may continue to process your personal data only if we can show that there really are legitimate reasons why your personal data must be processed by us, where these reasons must overrule your interest to protection for your personal integrity.
Right to information concerning transfer outside the EEA. You have the right to learn about which safety measures that apply to establish and maintain an adequate level of safety for your Personal Data when this information is transferred outside the EEA. If you would like to learn more about this, please contact us with your request using the e-mail address set out below.
Right to file complaint with the supervisory authority. You have the right to file complaints concerning our processing of your Personal Data with the supervisory authority. In Sweden, this is Integritetsskyddsmyndigheten.
Right to damages. If you have suffered an injury due to that your personal data have been processed in violation of applicable data protection regulations, you may be entitled to damages. In such cases, after a written request, you may seek damages from us or bring an action for damages in court.