Here you can read about the rights that you as a registrant have towards us and further down you will find specific information about why we have collected your personal information.
In order to safeguard the protection of personal privacy, the processing of personal data must be done in accordance with applicable data protection legislation. The central laws are mainly the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Swedish law (2018: 218) with supplementary provisions to the EU Data Protection Regulation (Data Protection Act).
Personal data means any information that relates to an identified or identifiable natural person. All data that can be directly or indirectly linked to a living, natural person is a personal data. ‘Processing’ means any measure or combination of measures concerning personal data: collection, processing, storage, use, etc. constitutes processing of personal data.
By law, we as an authority are obliged to preserve public documents and to disclose them in accordance with the principle of publicity. A general document is, for example, mail or e-mail that comes to us or when we prepare and store documents. Since we are obliged to preserve public records, these can only be thinned if there are special decisions or regulations for thinning.
For you, this means that the information you provide to us becomes a general act. However, information in public documents may be covered by confidentiality in accordance with applicable confidentiality legislation and for that reason not disclosed. Confidentiality testing is done in each case.
If you have questions about your rights regarding our processing of your personal data, you can contact our Data Protection Officer.
Supervision and complaints
If you are dissatisfied with our processing of personal data, you also have the opportunity to submit a complaint to The Swedish Data Protection Authority (DPA)
Processing of personal data
Upon contact with us, we process personal data.
|Purpose||To be available and provide service to individuals, companies and other authorities. In addition, the data may be processed for the purposes for which the message is intended.|
|Where the personal data is collected||Collected by the registered person via e-mail, letter, telephone etc.|
|Categories of personal data||Name
|Legal basis for processing personal data||Information of general interest and legal obligation. The Freedom of Press Act (1949: 105), The Administrative Law (2017: 900), The Archives Act (1990: 782)|
|Processing for other purposes||Archive purposes of general interest.|
|Period of storage||In case of inaccuracy if the action is of little value. If the document and case handling are of value, the documents are preserved for archival purposes.|
|Recipient of personal data||The registrar of the Authority and relevant personnel to handle the case.|
|Transfer of personal data to third countries||No|
|The rights of registered persons||The right to information, the right to access, the right to rectification, the right to restriction, the right to data portability, the right to make complaints to the The Swedish DPA and the right to object.|