Valid from 2021-05-25
This privacy and cookies policy informs you of how we use personal information submitted to us or personal data collected by us online (using cookies). This policy is available on our website.
Session cookie: Keep track of whether you are logged in to our site and to customize the content of the site based on your previous choices. A session cookie contains a random string (session ID) assigned to the visitor’s device. Session cookies are used, for example, to set and remember some user settings such as language or pre-filled forms, all to facilitate you as a visitor.
Third-Party Cookies: We use analysis cookies to evaluate and maintain statistics about our visitors’ overall behaviour on our site. Which external pages are visitors coming to our website, which search queries are used and which pages are visited most frequently.
Statistical cookie: Used to measure traffic and surf behaviour, such as if you visited our site earlier or not and create an understanding of how individual visitors use our site.
Social Media Cookie: Buttons on our website allow you to share content on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Google+). These services put 3rd party cookie on our site.
If you do not want to store cookies, there are several ways to prevent it:
- In your browser settings, you can stop it from storing cookies. Keep in mind, however, that some websites work worse without cookies, for example, that it may complicate access to member pages and some features will stop working.
- You can clear cookies from your hard drive. However, settings that you made on certain sites are no longer available.
- If you have a newer browser, it often supports private browsing (incognito). This means that all cookies are cleared every time you close your browser.
You are entitled to receive information about the personal data stored with us about you. In addition, under the statutory terms, you may request correction of incorrect data, data limitation or deletion of your personal data. You are also entitled to object to the treatment based on a balance of interest. As regards the treatment based on a contractual relationship between us, you are entitled to request the data transferred to another personal data controller (data portability).
Transfer of personal data.
The disclosure of personal data that you provide to us by filling out the contact form, e-mail or by verbal contact with us will only be transferred to third parties, to the extent required to comply with the agreement.
The requested data (eg ”Form data”) is eg: name, email and case/message. We use the data in the contact form to process your requests and/or to provide the requested services or to provide the requested information in the contact form.
This treatment is based on a balance of interest. The processing is necessary for us to respond to your request (for example, answering questions and sending newsletters).
How long is your personal data saved?
We store your personal information in principle as long as the provision of our services requires or if we believe there is a legitimate interest in additional storage.
Processing of personal data.
Personal data is all information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person, such as name, address, phone number and e-mail address. When you leave your personal information to Volati AB, you will feel safe. Processing of personal data is in accordance with the provisions of the Swedish Integrity Protection Act and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will enter into force in the EU in May 2018.
We ensure that appropriate technical and organizational measures are taken to protect your personal data against unauthorized access or destruction, illegal treatment or accidental loss or damage.
We use a secure server where your personal information is processed and limits the access to personal data within the organization. Authorization for access to personal data is given only to individuals within the organization, as well as to the Personal Data Council, for the sole purpose of carrying out their duties.
Changes in policies.