PRIVACY STATEMENT AND TERMS OF SERVICE

Effective Date: May 21, 2018

Your safety is important to us and we strive to process your personal information with a high level of security. As the Data Controller, Dipolar is responsible to process your personal data according to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). You are welcome to contact us should you have any questions regarding our terms of service, or if you wish to exercise your rights mentioned below. You can find our contact details in the end of this document.

From time to time, Dipolar may update the terms of service, website content or close the website. Should the terms change, a new version will be uploaded. We kindly ask you to stay updated regarding any updates of these terms.

Collecting personal information

We value your integrity and security and have taken organizational and technical safety measures in order to prevent unauthorized access or distribution of your personal information.

Personal information is data that can be directly or indirectly associated with you as an individual. Examples of such information are names, contact details, social security numbers, behavior and IP-addresses. Processing of personal data includes collecting, registration, storage, or other actions that are undertaken by us or a third party. Your personal data is only used for the described purposes.

Processing personal information

Dipolar treats personal data provided by you with the purpose to administrate inquiries and agreements with you, or to provide information and service related to these. In order to develop our offer and online experience, personal data may also be used for marketing, analytics and R&D purposes.

The terms also include information provided to us via the website containing personal data. Should you provide information including personal data about someone other than yourself, e.g. via our contact form, you may only do so with the consent from concerned parties.

Legal basis for processing and storage period

Dipolar will safeguard your personal information in accordance with current legislation. We process your personal data when it is necessary to fulfil a contract or based on a legitimate business interest such as marketing. In the event of processing your personal information for a reason that requires your consent, we will contact you before processing. Collected information will be deleted once the processing purpose has been completed.

Disclosure of personal information

Dipolar may share personal information with third party service providers, for example our newsletter distributor. We use contractual means to make sure that your personal information is protected. For third country transfer with non-EU/EES parties we apply specific standards compliant with EU regulations.

For more information on how MailChimp processes personal information when distributing our newsletters, please view the MailChimp privacy statement and terms of use.

Dipolar may also share personal information with third parties including government and regulatory authorities in order to respond to a legal request or comply with a legal obligation.

Cookies

Cookies are pieces of information stored directly on the device that you are using and retrieved on future visits. They are used to collect data that can be considered as personal information such as IP-addresses or IP-related data; nothing that can be traced to you as an individual. By using our services we presume that you accept the use of cookies. You can easily delete cookies from your browser but please note that deactivating cookies may limit the use and experience of the website.

We apply cookies from first and third party. The purpose with collecting analytics and user data in aggregated and individual form is to improve the website and provide relevant information and marketing material. Certain third party cookies may be applied by services beyond our control, such as Facebook sharing applications. Please visit the websites below for more information on third party cookies.

Google Analytics
Facebook

Right of access and complaints

In accordance with applicable legislation, you are entitled to contact Dipolar in order to:

Ask for access to your personal information that we process

Correct incorrect personal information

Limit or discontinue processing, or delete personal information

Exercise your right to data portability

Revoke previous consent

Oppose to processing of personal information

Should you experience that your information is treated in a way that is not compliant with prevailing law, you have a right to make a complaint to the supervisory authority.

This privacy statement and terms of service encompass how we collect, use and disclose personal data on our platforms. In the event of links from our platforms to external websites, please note the terms for that particular platform.

Contact details

Dipolar AB is the data controller responsible for your personal information. You are welcome to contact us by e-mail or postal mail should you have any questions regarding your personal information or the terms of use.

Dipolar AB

Gymnasievägen 16

SE-931 57 Skellefteå

SWEDEN
info@dipolar.se