Cookies and General Data Protection Regulation GDPR

General Data Protection Regulation GDPR

We need to save and process personal information about you, such as your name, address, date of birth and email address. The purpose of such a treatment is to enable us to process and send your order, send order status update to your e-mail address, send order to your home address and get paid for your order with us. Customer information is stored in accordance with current accounting rules.

If you subscribe to the newsletter and want to be removed, you can click on the newsletter to unsubscribe from the newsletter and you will be removed from the list.

We have received your information from yourself when you enter your personal information when registering and ordering in our e-shop.

The password you have chosen for login is encrypted in the database and nothing we have access to.

 

The personal information we have received is not shared with third parties except when we are required to do so by law.

 

You are entitled to contact us if you want to know about the information we have about you, to request a correction or to request that we limit your treatment, to object or request the deletion of your information. This is easiest for you by contacting us, see the Contact us page how to reach us.

If you have complaints about our processing of your personal data, you are entitled to file a complaint with the Data Inspectorate.

Full details of the EU General Data Protection Regulation GDPR and personal data >>

Definition of cookies

A cookie, or cookie in Swedish, is a small text file that the website requests to store on the visitor's computer and contains a certain amount of information and a certain time stamp.

The browser saves the information in a particular location on your computer and returns the information in the cookie to the site visited at each request of pages / images from the site.
Two types of cookies

Cookies on this site are used to enhance the user experience and optimization of the site. There are two types of cookies:

    One type, called permanent cookie, saves a file that is left on the visitor's computer. For example, it is used to customize a site according to the visitor's wishes, choices and interests, as well as for statistical follow-up.
    The other type is called session cookie. Meanwhile, a visitor is on a webpage, temporarily stored in the visitor's computer's memory. Session cookies disappear when you close your browser.

Our site uses both session cookies and permanent cookies. Regardless of the type of cookie used on this site, no personal information about the visitor (such as e-mail address or name) is saved.
Brief on the Electronic Communications Act

According to the Electronic Communications Act, SFS 2003: 389, which entered into force on July 25, 2003, and changed July 1, 2011, anyone visiting a site with cookies will be given information about whether the site contains cookies or not (almost all sites use some form of cookies and / or services as a web statistics system which, in turn, uses cookies) and, if so, the purpose of the use of cookies.

You must also inform about how cookies can be avoided, and the visitor should also be given the opportunity to consent to cookies being used, that is to say, put on the visitor's computer.

On this site we inform about all cookies used (see below). We report what the different cookies are called, whether it's session cookies or permanent cookies, to what domain name they belong (here you can see cookies that are first-party cookies (they have the same domain name as the site) and which cookies are third-party cookies (they have another domain name other than the site), what data is stored in the cookies, what information is used for and how long the cookie is saved in the visitor's browser.

In its browser you can set if you want to avoid cookies (see more below). How consent is to be handled there are no established rules in the new law. On this site, we interpret the law so that you consent to cookies using the browser settings and / or other cookies management tools.
Handling cookies

If you do not accept the use of cookies, you can turn off cookies through your browser's security settings. You can also set the browser to get a warning every time the site tries to put a cookie on your computer. Through the browser, previously stored cookies can also be deleted.

See the browser's help pages for more information on how to view which cookies are stored in your browser, how to delete them, and make settings for whether or not cookies are accepted. Below are links about how to hate cookies in regular browsers.