We provide this policy with these guidelines to inform you about how we handle personal data. The policy is intended to safeguard the rights and integrity required of us as a company and is based on the GDPR regulation (General Data Protection Regulation). We reserve the right to update this policy on an ongoing basis. The current and latest version will always be published here on our website.
What credentials do we store
We process personal data when we have a legitimate interest or an otherwise legal basis for processing personal data. This is so that we can conduct our business and fulfill our obligations under law and agreements to customers, suppliers and other parties. We process personal data to maintain the business relationship, ensure guarantees, good service, follow-up and information as well as marketing and customer analysis. We store contact information for newsletters and other similar mailings in accordance with the recipient’s approval.
Our starting point is not to process more personal data than is necessary and we always strive to use the least privacy-sensitive data.
Examples of the personal data that we process and store are: name, address, e-mail address, telephone number, function / title, contract-related correspondence and social security number. Everyone has the right to object to our use of personal data for direct marketing. When we collect personal data on an ongoing basis, we provide information about this and how to unregister. Photos of people, for example on marketing materials, social media or on the website are only published in cases where it has been reconciled and approved by the person in question. We do not store personal data for longer than we need based on legal requirements and / or legitimate interest. Deletion takes place when Woopboard becomes aware that the information is no longer relevant for the purpose, or at the direct request of the contact persons.
Where are data stored
We store personal data in the business system, the CRM system, on computers and servers as well as in physical folders. Through the survey we do continuously, we consider ourselves to have good control and can thus show what data we have and where they are stored. This survey will form the basis for the data subject’s rights when requesting extracts from our registers or the right to be “forgotten”.
When we collect or receive personal information in other ways than through a direct business relationship, we will inform about why and what it will be used for.
Our starting point is not to disclose personal data to third parties unless there is consent to it or if it is not necessary to fulfill our obligations under agreement or law. For example, Woopboard may provide your personal information to third parties such as freight forwarders or suppliers where required to be able to deliver the requested service or product.
You can unsubscribe at any time for newsletters or similar information sent to you. You can do this according to information in the mailing or at any time via e-mail to email@example.com
You have the right to revoke a given consent to the processing of personal data at any time. If your personal data is processed in violation of the Personal Data Act, you have the right to request that the personal data be corrected, blocked or deleted. Once a year, you have the right to be informed of which personal data is processed about you, regardless of how it is collected. If you want such information, you must submit a written request to us.