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Laws and rules about cookies

This page provides relevant and updated information about stock and rules on cookies in Sweden. minacookies.se.

The authority for this area is the National Post and Telecom Agency. Even their website contains much information about this. pts.se

External links and analysis tools

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Data protection policy for NCC AB

1. GENERAL
In this data protection policy NCC AB, company registration number 556034-5174, wishes to set out how we ensure that your personal data is handled in line with Swedish legislation on personal data protection.
It is important that you always feel confident about submitting your personal details to us. NCC has therefore taken the necessary technical and organizational security measures to protect your personal data against unauthorized access, use, amendment and deletion.

2. PERSONAL DATA RESPONSIBILITY
NCC carries responsibility for all handling of your personal data that is carried out by, or on behalf of, NCC. Information on how to contact us can be found in section 8.

3. WHEN DO WE GATHER PERSONAL DATA?
NCC gathers personal data about you when you:
subscribe to one of NCC’s newsletters,
fill in a questionnaire or booking form after registering your interest,
submit fault reports or for some other reason contact Customer Services, or
where it is otherwise necessary in order to manage the relationship between you and NCC.
NCC also uses cookies and other similar technologies to gather information about you or the equipment you use.

4. HOW LONG IS THE DATA STORED FOR?
We store the data for as long as necessary in terms of the purpose of the data storage. We may store the data for longer if required to do so under the law or to protect our legal interests, for example if a legal process is under way.

5. WHY DOES NCC HANDLE DATA ABOUT YOU?
NCC handles your personal data for various reasons. For the main part, NCC handles personal data with a view to conducting and managing registrations of interest, warranty-related actions and fault reports.

6. WHO DO YOU SHARE THE DATA WITH?
We may share your personal data with Group companies, partners and other third parties in order to fulfill our contract with you.
NCC may also share your personal data with companies that handle personal data on behalf of NCC, such as IT suppliers, customer service providers and Group companies. If your personal data is transferred to a country outside the EU/EEA, NCC will ensure that the transfer is carried out securely and in accordance with current legislation.
Personal data may also be shared if such action is necessary in order to meet legal requirements or requirements from the authorities, to protect NCC’s legal interests or to identify, prevent or highlight fraud and other security or technical problems.

7. CHANGES TO THE DATA PROTECTION POLICY
This data protection policy may be amended from time to time. If NCC makes any material changes to the data protection policy, NCC will inform you by e-mail before the changes come into force. The latest data protection policy will also be published on NCC’s website.

8. RIGHT TO REQUEST INFORMATION AND CORRECTIONS ETC
If you do not wish NCC to use your personal data for direct marketing purposes, you can notify NCC of this in writing. In each newsletter, you will also be informed about your option to unsubscribe from future newsletters.
You are entitled, once per calendar year and free of charge, to receive information about what personal data NCC holds on you and for what purpose (known as a record extract). Such an application for a record extract must be submitted in writing and signed by the applicant. You are also entitled to have incorrect, misleading or incomplete details corrected, blocked, anonymized or deleted. If you wish to request a record extract or have any questions about how NCC handles your personal data, you can contact us at webmaster@ncc.se.