Personal data policy
Quick-Set protects personal privacy and strives to protect stored personal data. This policy explains how personal data is processed and which procedures must be followed in order for the registers to be correct. Personal data that you provide to Quick-Set via forms on the website are saved for information purposes and to be able to contact you.
Purpose of saved personal data
On quick-set.se there are forms for the purpose of sending a request for price information, in these forms we collect and save customer information in order to get back to the person who sent the request.
In order for us to be able to run the business, we need to have the registers with personal data mentioned above. Before publishing pictures on the website, the people in the picture must be asked if the publication is approved.
Procedure for changes in registers
When a register is updated by adding, changing or deleting personal data, it is the person responsible for the respective register who is tasked with ensuring that the update takes place promptly. The person in charge also has the task of ensuring that all old information is deleted and that the register is correct.
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Cookies from third parties
This type of cookies comes from third parties, e.g. social networks. They are primarily used to integrate content from social media, e.g. Social Plugins or for analyzes (e.g. Google Analytics).
Links to other pages
Our websites may contain links to external websites, these are not covered by this policy. Quick-Set Aktiebolag assumes no responsibility for the handling of personal data by these websites.
Dissemination of personal data
Quick-Set Aktiebolag may also disclose your personal data to other third parties, such as Quick-Set’s suppliers for our business, for example for technical support and operation of IT systems.
Should a party be located outside the European Economic Area, EEA, which would mean that personal data could be transferred to countries outside the EEA, we will take the necessary measures to legally transfer personal data to countries outside the EEA.
Furthermore, we may disclose personal data if we are obliged to do so according to the applicable law, court order or if such disclosure is otherwise necessary to participate in a legal investigation.
You as an individual have the right to receive information free of charge, once per calendar year, after a written and signed application sent to us according to contact details, about which personal data Quick-Set Aktiebolag processes about you, as well as information about the scope and purpose of such processing.
You as an individual also have the right to request that we block, erase or correct your personal data at any time. You always have the right to revoke a given consent and notify that you object to continued processing of your personal data and the right to data portability, i.e. you have the right to have the personal data you provided to us transferred to yourself or a new personal data controller if the legal basis is consent or that the processing was necessary to fulfill an agreement and this does not adversely affect the rights of third parties.
Datainspektionen is the supervisory authority for how personal data is handled according to the GDPR and you have the right to complain about a company if you believe that they are not managing the handling of personal data:
From the Data Inspectorate’s website (www.datainspektionen.se):
Before contacting the Data Inspectorate, always try to solve the problems yourself. Get in touch with those you think are doing wrong and tell them what you think is wrong. They will then investigate what happened, and hopefully they will correct the errors so that you feel satisfied.
If they don’t, you can contact the Swedish Data Protection Authority. Tell in your report what you have done, and attach any messages between you and those you report. All documents are then useful to us, as they help us assess the report and make a decision on whether to proceed with it.