Information we collect

There are several ways your data can end up with us. That you have chosen to subscribe to one of our newsletters, you have chosen to sign up for one of our events, or you have filled in an interest report under one of our articles. What information we collect depends, therefore, on what you do.

Subscription of newsletters

We save e-mail.

Event booking

We save your name, email and phone.

Why do we need these data?

The purpose of the personal data processing provided by Kanzan AB is to provide and perform our services to you.

Purpose of treatmentLegal basis for treatment
For subscription management newslettersLegitimate interest (Berättigat intresse)
For posting of promotions and marketingLegitimate interest (Berättigat intresse)
In order to handle your possible participation
in the event entitledLegitimate interest (Berättigat intresse)
To be able to handle any interest requests.Legitimate interest (Berättigat intresse)

Legitimate interest

A legitimate interest means that treatment is necessary to meet our legitimate interest. Without your information, we can not send you your newsletter, book you at the event or meet you with the information you ordered.

Sharing of personal data

Kanzan AB does not sell your personal information to anyone, and of course we do not share your personal information with anyone. However, there are cases where we may share your personal information with selected third parties.

Suppliers of printing and distribution. We may share information about you with suppliers that provide print and distribution.

Processing of your personal data

Kanzan AB generally handles your personal information within the EU / EEA. In the few cases of personal data processed outside the EU / EEA, we ensure that our suppliers live up to the same level of security and protection as applied in the EU / EEA.

Storage of personal data

Your personal information is stored by Kanzan AB as long as necessary for the purposes specified above. Kanzan AB delivers recorded personal information on a regular basis, and also takes reasonable steps to keep the personal data processed up to date and accurate.

Your rights

Right to be deleted. You are entitled to request that your personal data be deleted.

Right to rectification. You are entitled to receive incorrect information about yourself corrected.

Right to data portability. You have the right to request your information in a machine-readable format, for the purpose of reusing it with another company.

Contact if you have questions or if you want to use any of your rights associated with the handling of personal data.

If you have complaints

If you have complaints regarding our processing of your personal information, you are entitled to submit these to the Data Inspection. The Data Inspectorate is the Swedish regulatory authority responsible for monitoring and overseeing us and other companies that handle personal data in the Swedish market.

Contact Information:

Sweden: Data Inspection
Phone: 08-657 61 00

Phone: +46 076 192 90 87


Updated: August 11, 2017

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