In view of the EU General Data Protection Ordinance 2016/679 (GDPR), which entered into force on May 25, 2018, we would like to provide you with information about the data we process. ChromoGenics is personally responsible and respects your privacy. ChromoGenics is responsible for the legal and correct processing and compliance with applicable data protection laws.
We collect some personal information about you. Personal data is data that can be used to identify you or information that may be brought to you. We collect personal information that you voluntarily provide to us, for example, when you participate in any of our events, communicate with us via email or other channels where you register. The information we collect includes your name, mailing address, email address, job title and industry. In some cases, your personal information has been retrieved from other sources in the background to your professional role, and then we considered that you may be interested in our product, specific arrangements we organize or other mailings we distribute. These sources may include the purchase of data records, searches through publicly available search engines, and your employer’s website.
REASON FOR USE OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA
When we process personal information for the purposes explained here, we use our legitimate interests in maintaining business relationships and communicating with you as a contact person about the business and our arrangements. We believe that our legitimate interests follow the law and the rights and freedoms of our business contacts. We use the personal data we collect to: - Send information about our product and about our arrangements. - Keep track of participants who participated in various events organized by ChromoGenics.
Only those persons who need to process personal data for the above-mentioned purposes have access to your personal information. We may need to share your personal information with our suppliers, such as printers and external conference organizers on the event you are attending. We may also need to allow our suppliers and subcontractors to access your personal information when performing services for us, primarily to maintain and support our IT systems.
Your personal information is saved for the specified purposes as mentioned above if you continue to visit our arrangements or that we believe that you may be a potential visitor or customer of ours. You may at any time choose to unsubscribe and in connection with that, we terminate data processing for the above purposes and remove your personal information from our registry.
We use technical and organizational security measures to protect your personal data against losses and to protect against unauthorized persons access. We regularly review our security policies and practices to ensure our systems are safe and secure.
YOUR CHOICES AND RIGHTS
You are always welcome to contact us regarding your questions and concerns. You are entitled to know what personal information we are processing about you and may request a copy. You also have the right to have incorrect personal information about you corrected and you may in some cases ask us to delete your personal information. Please note that the restriction or deletion of your personal information may mean that we will not be able to provide the messages and invitations described above. You also have the right to receive your personal data in machine readable form and transfer data to another party responsible for data processing. To request information about what personal data we have stored about you, send us a message via our contact form or to the email address below. Enter “Unregister” in the message.
ChromoGenics AB (publ)
Phone: +46 (0) 18 430 0430
COMPLAINTS OR QUESTIONS
ChromoGenics tries to meet the highest standards when collecting and using personal data. We encourage people to pay attention to it and if they consider that our collection or use of information is unfair, misleading or inappropriate. We also welcome suggestions to improve our routines. If you are dissatisfied with how we process your personal information, you are entitled to report this to the Data Inspectorate, which is the regulator for our processing of personal data.
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