Privacy Policy for Björn Carlson’s Baltic Sea Foundation

This Privacy Policy is intended to inform you about the processing of personal data that happens on this website, as well as to inform you about the principles governing when Björn Carlson’s Baltic Sea Foundation processes personal data in, e.g., emails.

What personal data do we collect?

  • Björn Carlson’s Baltic Sea Foundation collects the personal data which you specify when you nominate, subscribing to the newsletter, or information you specifiy at other events organised by Björn Carlson’s Baltic Sea Foundation. In this case, the personal data collected by Björn Carlson’s Baltic Sea Foundation includes your name, email address and, where applicable, your employer and billing address. We process your data based on your consent when you submit your personal data to us.
  • We use the Google Analytics tool to measure traffic on the website and to evaluate website functionality. This entails collecting personal data in the form of your IP address, as well as indirect data about you in terms of how long you stay on the website and what you click to collect and transfer to Google Inc. Prior to this processing, interests have been balanced [balance of interests] and we have estimated that this processing is necessary to enable us to evaluate our business and provide the best possible experience. For more information on how Google uses the transmitted personal data, see the “About Cookies” section, and further information about how to prevent Google Analytics from collecting your data.
  • We sometimes publish photographs on the website from events we arrange or participate in. These photographs can sometimes be of such nature that they constitute personal data. However, before publishing them, we always review and assess whether the photograph may in any way be privacy-sensitive. When we consider this not to be the case, the photograph is published, to provide information about the event, or the like, during which the photograph was taken.
  • The website also uses so-called cookies, in accordance with our Cookie Policy, located further down the page under the heading “About Cookies”.


Processing of data

  • You will only receive the mailings you have registered for.
  • Björn Carlson’s Baltic Sea Foundation cares about your privacy and it is therefore important for the foundation to process your data properly, pursuant to all applicable laws and in a manner that ensures safe and appropriate processing. All processing of your personal data is solely for the purposes specified in the collection of said personal data, unless you receive clear information about other matters and, if applicable, you are asked to approve another use.
  • If you want to know what personal data Björn Carlson’s Baltic Sea Foundation has stored about you, you have the right to request access to this personal data. You also have the right to make requests for rectification or erasure of incorrect personal data. If you believe that Björn Carlson’s Baltic Sea Foundations processing of your personal data is incorrect, you are entitled to make a request for restriction of processing. To exercise any of your rights, you are welcome to contact us, you will find our contact information here.
  • In addition to what is stated above, Björn Carlson’s Baltic Sea Foundation will not disclose your personal data to anyone else or transmit it to any country other than Sweden without clear information about this and, if applicable, be given the opportunity to consent to such disclosure. For newsletters and other mailings, we always use technology, which doesn’t show addresses to other recipients.
  • If you have any comments on the processing, you want to exercise any of your rights mentioned above or for any other reason to contact us, you will find our contact information here.


About cookies

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