DATA PROTECTION POLICY
2 January 2017
Proove AB’s data protection policy describes how your personal data is collected and used. The policy also outlines how you can access and update your personal data, and choose how your data can be used.
1. PERSONAL DATA SOURCES
The policy is valid for personal data we collect from or about our customers from the following sources:
Websites run by Proove AB or on our domains, as well as our websites on social media owned by third parties such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
ENQUIRIES RECEIVED BY CUSTOMER SERVICE
Your customer history and email communication with our customer service.
Electronic communication between you and Proove AB.
All data submitted by you during registration is collected. Demographic details about residential area may also be collected.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS, COMPUTER/MOBILE PHONE
Information about your computer or similar equipment used to access our website, e.g. the IP address for your computer/device, operating system, web browser and version. If you use a smartphone or other mobile device, we also collect information about the phone’s unique ID, advertising ID, geographical location, etc. for the device.
DATA FROM OTHER SOURCES
2. PERSONAL DATA WE COLLECT ABOUT YOU AND HOW WE COLLECT THE DATA
Depending on how you communicate with Proove AB, we collect various types of information for the following purposes:
This can be details you submitted to enable us to contact you: e.g. name, country. email address, etc.
INFORMATION ABOUT USE OF WEBSITES/COMMUNICATION
When you visit our website, we use automatic data collection technology to collect information about your activities. This covers links you click on, pages and content you look at and corresponding information and statistics about your visit. The data is collected automatically using cookies (web browser cookies and session cookies) and using third-party tracking services.
3. COOKIES, LOG FILES AND WEB TAGS
Permanent cookies are used at holdit.com to ensure optimal functionality.
A cookie is a simple text file that is stored on your computer and contains information. Cookies are used for purely technical reasons to ensure the website works, for instance logging in, navigation and handling forms. There are two types of cookies; one that saves a file permanently on your computer and a second that is saved temporarily while you are browsing the website.
If you do not want to permit the storing of cookies on your computer, this feature can be deactivated in your web browser settings (see the instructions for your web browser, the procedure can vary depending on the web browser you use). This however means that the website may not function properly.
We collection information using log files which register activities on our website and collect statistics about your browsing habits. The information is created automatically and helps us to find bugs, improve performance and maintain website security.
Web tags are scripts with codes linked to graphic elements on a website or in an email. Their purpose is to send us data. Examples of data collected are technical details such as IP addresses and information about how you respond to email campaigns (e.g. time the email was opened, the link you clicked on, if you use a computer/mobile phone, etc.). We use web tags on our website and in email communication. We use the collected information to measure website traffic, e.g. number of visitors, with the aim of customising the webpages.
4. USE OF PERSONAL DATA
In compliance with prevailing legislation, we use your data for general business purposes such as demographic studies to measure the effects of marketing and advertising campaigns.
5. RETRIEVAL OF PERSONAL DATA
We never pass personal data to other parties other than with the purpose of updating public records or statistics/analyses. The data is anonymised as much as possible.
6. STORING PERSONAL DATA
In compliance with prevailing legislation, we use your personal data as long as required to achieve the purpose of why it was collected.
7. STORAGE AND/OR TRANSFER OF PERSONAL DATA
We have designed a number of methods to keep the personal data you have submitted as secret and secure as possible. Note that this protection does not cover any details you choose to share on social media.
WHO HAS ACCESS TO YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
Your personal data is only handled by authorised staff who by virtue of their position have access to this data, and who must have access to/use the data for the stated/authorised purpose only.
We store your personal data in our operating environments. Current security methods are used to prevent unauthorised access. We comply with applicable legislation and generally accepted standards to protect private and sensitive data.
TRANSFER OF PERSONAL DATA
Your personal data, according to the description above, may be stored in Sweden or transferred to and/or stored in the EU. Accepting the terms of this policy means that you agree to having your personal data transferred, stored and/or handled within the limits set by legislation.
8. ACCESS TO PERSONAL DATA
In compliance with the Data Protection Act, you are entitled to request a hard or electronic copy of the data we have stored about you. You are also entitled to request information about the sources from where your personal data is collected.
Note that all data voluntarily submitted to us is handled in compliance with prevailing legislation and regulated by law.
You can access your personal data by contacting
311 50 Falkenberg
The request must be in writing and cannot be sent by email. Attach a copy of your ID card or similar (if we require it and it is within the law). If the request is submitted by someone other than you, and there is no indication that it is from you, the request will be rejected.
AMENDING/DELETION OF PERSONAL DATA
Within the limits of the law, you or your heirs can
– request that your personal data be removed, corrected or modified
– demand that the personal data is not used
– limit the use and retrieval of personal data
– withdraw approval regarding management of personal data
9. POLICY CHANGES
We will update our policy if we carry out changes to the way we manage or store your personal data. We reserve the right to make changes to our procedures and policies. Check the policy regularly to see it has been changed or updated.
10. DATA OWNER AND CONTACT PERSON
If you wish to ask questions or provide feedback relating to our data protection policy or submit a complaint relating to compliance of prevailing data protection legislation, please contact us at:
311 50 Falkenberg
We strive to deal with and respond to all complaints on how we manage personal data, including violations of your rights in compliance with prevailing data protection legislation