In order to process personal data, it is necessary that the processing is based on a legal basis. We want you to feel safe when using our website with the knowledge that we protect your privacy.

This privacy policy explains how we collect and use your information. It also describes what rights you have. You can read more about the Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on Datainspektionen’s website:

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You can contact us for information about what personal data we have stored about you, request correction of incorrect personal data, delete your data or withdraw your consent.
In such cases, please submit a written request signed by you to our e-mail address

What information is collected, and why?

The personal data collected is usually obtained directly from you or generated in connection with your use of our services. Sometimes it is required that we contact you for additional data to keep the information updated or to verify that the data collected is accurate.


When visitors submit comments on our site, we collect the information displayed in the comment form as well as the visitor’s IP address and other information about the browser to avoid spam.

If you leave a comment, the comment and its metadata will be retained indefinitely; this is so that we can recognize and approve all follow-up comments automatically instead of keeping them in a moderation queue.


When you contact us, we collect personal information about you, such as your name and contact information, and this is to answer your request or to send out the information you requested from us.

When you send a message to us via our contact form or talk to us through our other media as well as in-person through our customer service or over the phone, you will be notified if we collect your information. This data includes name, email address, telephone number and other details related to the subject so that we can respond to your request.

Contact forms from website visitors may be checked via an automated spam detection service.


Websites save text files a visitor’s computer. The purpose may be to provide access to website features or to track how visitors browse the site for, for example, marketing purposes. The text file is called a “cookie”.
There are at least two types of cookies – one variant has an expiration date, and the other is a temporary cookie that disappears when you close your browser.

Most browsers allow you to turn off cookies. To do this, follow the instructions on your browser’s website on how to enable or disable cookies.

Embedded content from other websites

This site may contain embedded content (e.g. videos, images and articles), and that content actually comes from other websites because it’s embedded. When you see this embedded content, it works exactly the same as if you visited the other site. These sites may collect data about you, use cookies, embed additional third-party tracking, and monitor your interaction with the embedded content, including tracking your interaction with the embedded content if you have an account and are logged in to that site. All of this is not something that we interfere with or have access to, and if you want to know more about how that website processes their personal information, we refer to their privacy policy.

How long do we keep your information?

We never store personal data longer than we need to. Some personal data are discarded directly; others are stored for a long time depending on what the data is to be used for and what obligations we have under law. When the time for how long we save the information has expired, we will delete your data.

How do we protect your information?

We care about protecting your privacy and therefore only use secure IT systems to protect access to your personal information and ensure that the web host we use has its servers in Sweden to maintain GDPR standards.

Only those people who need access to process your data will receive it specifically for that purpose.

Whom do we share your information with?

In cases where we must, in able to offer our services, we share your personal information with companies that are known as “personal data assistants”. We have personal data assistants who help us with payment solutions (banking and payment service providers), marketing (print and distribution, social media, media agencies or advertising agencies) and IT services (technical support and maintenance of our IT solutions).

If your data is shared with these “personal data assistants” it will only happen for the purposes that are consistent with the reason why we collected your information from the beginning, and if we have valid personal data management agreements with all of the personal data assistants, we work with.