Guidelines for handling cookies and personal information.
1. General information
When you visit our website we collect information about you. You can read about this information below; How it is handled, what it is used for, for whom it is available and who you should contact if you have any questions or oppositions regarding the collected information.
We collect information about you in two ways:
— Information given by yourself
2.1. What is cookies?
The first time you visit our website you automatically receive one or more cookies. You also receive cookies when you make searches or visit subpages on our website. A cookie is a small text file stored in your web browser (for example, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera, etc.), which registers you as a unique user. Cookies make it easier to use the Internet because your browser “remember you”. In other words, the site may use a cookie to remember information about your preferences. For example, it’s a cookie that remember your login details to a site you have visited before.
Cookies tell us about your visit and behavior on our website and other digital platforms.
2.3. How long do we store cookies?
The cookies sent to you will be stored on your device for a varying number of months, from the last time you were on our website. Every time you visit the website, the period is extended. The cookies are automatically deleted after their expiration. You can read below how to delete cookies.
2.4. How to avoid cookies?
If you do not want to receive cookies, you can block all cookies, delete existing cookies from your hard drive or receive a warning before saving a cookie. Click here for instructions on how this is set in your browser / smartphone.
We note that the instructions are for most browsers and smartphones, but some are not mentioned.
You can always use the help function in your browser for more information about cookie settings. You typically do this by pressing “F1” on your PC. Search for “cookies”.
2.5. Cookies from our partners
We also has a number of collaborators who send cookies – these are called third-party cookies.
This is external services (such as Facebook, Google, LinkedIn) that send these cookies.
The purpose of such cookies is to ensure the delivery of targeted online ads.
2.6. Cookies from Google (website statistics)
The purpose of these cookies is to provide statistical information about the entire internet user group that makes it possible to determine, ex. which pages are most popular in the different demographic groups (eg. among women and men). The information is only presented to third parties in aggregate form.
You can opt out of the Google measurement here
3. Personal data
3.1. What is personal data?
We asks for your personal information when you purchase products, services, use forms, or sign up for newsletters, competitions, etc. It is primarily information such as name, address, zip code, e-mail and telephone number. When purchasing or signing up for a service, mandatory information is clearly marked on the form. Other information in connection with the purchase or subscription to a service is voluntary.
3.2. For how long do we store personal information?
If you sign up for newsletters our send us your resume, etc., or have given your consent to the use of your information for marketing purposes, your information will be stored no more than three years after the service has been unsubscribed.
3.3. What do we use personal information for?
The personal information we collect about you when you, ex. send your resume on our digital platforms, is primarily used to match your profile to a potential job. The information is also used to get more knowledge about you.
The information will not be provided to third parties unless you have given a separate acceptance or the GDPR, exceptionally, allows the disclosure of general customer information.
If you have consented to receive direct marketing with news and offers, etc., we may also use the information collected to target the marketing you receive by phone, letter or electronic media.
3.4. Data collection
3.5. Protection of personal data
According to the GDPR, your personal information must be kept safe and confidential. We store the personal information you provide on limited-access computers that are located in controlled facilities, and our security measures are continuously monitored to determine whether our user information is handled properly and with due regard to your rights as a user.
However, we can not guarantee security for data transfers over the Internet. This means that there is a risk that other unauthorized people gain access to information when data is sent and stored electronically. Please be aware that you provide your personal information at your sole discretion.
3.6. Changes in handling of personal data
If you wish to access the information registered with you at A-LEAF, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have found incorrect data or have any other objections, please contact us. You have the right to gain insight into what information is registered about you and object to a registration in accordance with the rules of the GDPR.