Nordic Property News is owned by the company Magasinet Fastighetssverige AB - VAT no. SE556668498001, which is the authorized processor of your personal data and is responsible for such treatment in a legal manner. Further on in the integrity policy text the name Nordic Property News will be used meaning the authorized processor.
Nordic Property News collects personal information that you provide to us when you are in contact with us via our website, e-mail, mail, our social media or otherwise. This may happen e.g. when you subscribe to our newsletters or when your company contact us to advertise through our website, or if you apply for a job at our company, or when you use the different services at www.nordicpropertynews.com . Nordic Property News may also receive your personal data from other sources. The data may come from e.g. the administrative authorities or other public sources.
Nordic Property News processes the personal information provided to us and / or collected by us. It may be the name, e-mail address, telephone number, electronic addresses, address details, date of birth, social security number, ID number, bank details, CV, personal letter and / or other information that you have submitted to Nordic Property News or is in general necessary for Nordic Property News to be able to fulfill their commitments and services to you.
Your personal data may be processed by the Nordic Property News for the following purposes:
The Nordic Property News is entitled to process the personal data required for the fulfillment of the Nordic Property News commitment to you, if you have given consent to the process or if the process has a legitimate interest for the Nordic Property News. The Nordic Property News may also need to process your personal data due to requirements in law or regulation.
Your personal information is used by the Nordic Property News and the Personal Data Assistants authorized by the Nordic Property News. The Nordic Property News does not hand out any personal data to other companies or authorities if the Nordic Property News are not required to do so by law, regulation or official decision or to protect our rights or a third party’s rights if the process to third parties aligns with our commitments towards you. The Nordic Property News never forward or sell your personal data for marketing purposes to third parties.
The Nordic Property News does not transcribe your personal data to countries outside the EU / EEA unless this is specifically stated when you submit your personal information to us.
The Nordic Property News only saves your personal information as long as it is necessary for Nordic Property News to fulfill the purpose of the process in each case.
You are entitled at any time (free of charge once a year) to request information about what type of personal information the Nordic Property News has saved about you (extract of files). Your request must reach us in a written document and include your name, social security number / identification number and be signed for in your name.
If your personal information is incorrect, incomplete or irrelevant, you have the right to request correction. You also have the right to have your personal information deleted. However, your Nordic Property News cannot delete your personal information if there is a statutory requirement for storage, such as accounting rules, or when there are other legitimate reasons why personal data must be saved.
You may at any time withdraw your consent that allow Nordic Property News to process your personal information.
Request for extract of files, information, correction of incorrect, incomplete or irrelevant personal data and deletion of personal data must be sent to Nordic Property News C/O Magasinet Fastighetssverige AB, Trädgårdsgatan 1, SE-411 08 Gothenburg, Sweden.
You also have the right to lodge complaints with the relevant supervisory authority for processing personal data (in the Swedish Data Inspection / Integrity Protection Authority).
The Nordic Property News is obliged to have an appropriate technical and organizational safety and to take all measures required in each case to protect your personal data and ensure that persons authorized to process personal data are under an appropriate statuary obligation of confidentiality in accordance with current legislation.