You have different rights that you have the right to use. One of your rights is to be informed of our processing of your personal data, ie you have the right to take part in this Policy. To exercise any of your rights, we ask you to send a written request to the e-mail address provided under ” Questions and concerns ” below.
Below is a summary of the other rights you have according to law with information about any conditions and restrictions on how the rights can be used.
Right of access
You have the right to access the personal data we have about you.
However, we must be able to verify your identity. Your request must not affect the rights and freedoms of others, such as the privacy and confidentiality of another person. In some cases, we may also refuse to provide a copy of the information, for example if you make so-called unfounded or unreasonable requests, for example requesting access several times in a short time.
Right to data portability
You may have the right to receive the information you have provided to us, and which is processed by us, in a commonly used machine-readable format.
The GDPR does not establish a general right to data portability, but if the processing is based on your consent or on our agreement with you and when the processing is performed by automatic means (eg not physical documents), you have such a right.
Rights in connection with incorrect or incomplete information
You can question the accuracy and completeness of the personal data we process about you. If it turns out that the personal information is incorrect, you have the right to have the incorrect information removed, corrected or, where applicable, supplemented.
This right only applies to your own personal data. When exercising this right, be kind and be as specific as possible.
Right to object
You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data.
This right only applies if our processing of your personal data is expressly based on a so-called legitimate interest (see further under ” For what purposes do we process your personal data? “). To make an objection, the request must be based on reasons that are related to your specific situation. This means that your justification for the objection must not be too general.
Right to limitation of treatment
You have the right to request that we limit the processing of your personal data.
This right only applies if our processing of your personal data is illegal, if our processing of the personal data is no longer needed for the stated purposes, if you consider the data to be incorrect and have requested correction or objected to our processing of your personal data and are awaiting information from us. in the matter of legitimate interest.
The right to delete personal data
You may have the right to have your personal data deleted (also known as the “right to be forgotten”), for example if you believe that the data we process is incorrect, if the data is no longer needed for the purposes for which it was collected or if the processing in itself is illegal.
There are different situations where we have the right not to delete your personal data. Such situations can be (i) that we need the information to fulfill a legal obligation; (ii) that we need the information to exercise or respond to legal claims; (iii) that we need the information with reference to the fact that certain filing obligations apply by law, or (iv) that the information is necessary to fulfill the contractual obligations we have towards you.
Right to withdraw your consent
You have the right to withdraw your consent to such treatment as you have previously consented to.
If you withdraw your consent, this will only apply to future treatment.