Privacy policy

e-merge describe below for its privacy policy, which aims to ensure that we handle personal data in accordance with the EU Data Protection Regulation (GDPR, General Data Protection Regulation).

Registry manager for your personal information

e-merge is the registry manager for the personal data you provide to us and is responsible for your personal information in accordance with the applicable data protection regulation (GDPR).

Handling of personal data

e-merge handles the personal information you have given us in order to fulfill our commitments to you. The personal information that e-merge handles is the name, company, and e-mail address. When you visit a website that belongs to us, we may store so-called “Cookies” to make your site experience better, but also to gather statistics that make us better on developing it. On our site you have the opportunity to agree that cookies are stored on your computer when visiting the site. Without your consent for storing basic cookies, we cannot offer you a site that works as intended. In addition to these basic cookies, third party cookies may appear to be allowed to store if you want access to some other features. You can always decline and revoke consent for storing cookies on our site. Canceling consent may mean that the site is not functioning properly. If you agree to store cookies when you visit us on the web, you can be sure that we anonymize any IP addresses we collect as a statistical basis. To learn more about how we handle cookies, visit the “We use cookies”.

Storage of personal data

Your personal information is stored at e-merge only for as long as they are necessary to meet the specific purpose for which the data is collected.

Who have access to our information?

e-merge is concerned about the availability and management of your personal information. The personal data provided to e-merge will be available to the employees of the company who will fulfill the commitments we have towards you. Your personal data will never be disclosed to unauthorized persons nor shared with other parties, either within or outside Sweden’s borders. Information about personal data may be shared with authorities if required by law.

What are your rights?

– Right to information about the processing of personal data As an individual, you are entitled to request information if and how e-merge handles your personal information.

– Right to rectification e-merge intends to keep the personal data being handled correctly and relevant. If your personal information for any reason would be incorrect, you are entitled to request a correction.

– Right to be forgotten You have, at any time, the right to request to be forgotten and have your personal information deleted from e-merge. However, if you choose to delete your personal information, e-merge cannot complete any complaints or requests.

– Data portability You are entitled to request the personal information that e-merge has about you. The personal data contained herein are those communicated to us by consent or intended to fulfill an agreement. It may also be information that e-merge has saved by interest. Interest is a legal basis, which means that the recovery of the data subject’s interest is greater than the risk of consequences for the individual in terms of personal integrity.

– The right to change, rectification or the right to be forgotten is made within one week, provided that it does not imply or could mean that e-merge cannot fulfill its obligations under law.

– Right to file a complaint with a supervisory authority If you feel that e-merge is processing your personal information incorrectly, you are welcome to contact us. You also have the right to file a complaint with a regulatory authority.

Changes to the privacy policy.

e-merge reserves the right, at any time, to make changes to its privacy policy to the extent necessary to meet new legal or technical requirements. The latest version of the privacy policy is always available on our site.