Who we are
The website www.jobbfestivalen.se is a website for informing about the Job Festival. The company is run by Mats Wernheim, who is also responsible for handling personal data. If you have any questions about your personal information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
When and why we collect your information
We collect personal information when you contact us by e-mail, telephone or via the form on the website. We store your personal information to carry out sales, marketing or customer service to you.
The information you provide in our contact form on the website is used to answer and manage your request. The data is stored for up to 3 years.
You are entitled to your information
You may withdraw your consent to save your personal information at any time. You can also request a copy of the information we have saved, make changes to this information or delete it. Please contact email@example.com for help with this. After deleting your information, we do not have the right to send you marketing.
However, you cannot request that we delete any information that we have to save for administrative, legal or security reasons.
We protect your personal information
We implement a variety of security measures to maintain the security of your personal information. The website uses SSL, among other things. All information is transmitted encrypted (SSL) and can only be made available to those persons who have been granted special rights to access these systems. These individuals are required to keep the information confidential. No sensitive information is stored on our servers.
If your information is shared with others
We do not sell, exchange or otherwise transfer your personal information to any third parties. This does not include trusted third parties who help us operate our website, conduct our business or provide service to you. We work with the web agency Naturligt Kreativ which in some cases can access the information you provide through our website. They are required to keep the information confidential.
Sometimes we may include or offer products or services from another supplier on our website. These suppliers have their own and completely independent privacy policies. We have no responsibility for the content and activities of these sites. However, we always try to maintain the integrity of our site and welcome comments on these sites.
Changes to this policy
What is a cookie?
Different types of cookies
There are two different types of cookies: temporary and permanent. Temporary cookies (also called session cookies) disappear when you close your browser. It only contains temporary information that is not stored anywhere.
Permanent cookies are saved as a text file on your computer and used to store information when you visit different websites. These cookies should facilitate your use by, for example, remembering your login details or making your visit more exciting by displaying advertisements tailored to your searches.
Can cookies contain viruses?
No, cookies can not contain viruses. The most common browsers today only allow a certain amount of saved cookies, which means that you also do not run out of memory in the hard drive.
How do I say no to cookies?
You can turn off cookie storage in your browser settings. In some browsers you may choose to block permanent cookies but still allow temporary cookies. However, without the storage of cookies, you will not be able to use certain features and services on websites. In the help function of your browser you will find information on how to change the settings for cookies. In your browser settings, you can also delete cookies from your hard drive.
We use Google Analytics
We use a service called Google Analytics. It is an analysis tool for web statistics and gives us a picture of how our visitors use our website. We do not get information about you, who you are or where you are. We only receive information about your visit to our website, including which pages you have visited and how long you have stayed. All information from saved cookies is passed on and stored by Google. Google Analytics shows us:
- When you last visited the site
- When you first visited the site
- When your current visit started and how long you stay
- How many times you have visited the site
- Which browser you use
- How you found the site