The source of all information collected by the website is always the user himself.
UNITRONIC AS WEBSITE REGISTERED CUSTOMER
A person visiting the Unitronic.no website is a registered customer as defined in the Privacy Act.
By using Unitronic.no web pages, you accept the terms of this Privacy Statement.
WHAT DETAILS ARE COLLECTED ON THE WEBSITE
The following information will be collected on the website’s contact form:
- Message subject
- Email address
The following user information is collected with cookies:
- Location information used for website visitor statistics
- Analytics-derived information about website usage
- General site usage and browsing information
- Identification of the registered customer’s terminal
The information collected on the website is categorised as follows:
- Information provided by a customer registered in the online service
- Observations about using the online service
- Online service analytics
Basis for processing customer information collected:
- Use of the website by a registered customer
- Customer relationship between the registered customer and UNITRONIC AS
- Consent given to UNITRONIC AS by the registered customer
HANDLING AND PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA
The processing of personal data complies with the requirements of the EU Data Protection Regulation, which entered into force on 25 May 2018.
The security of the Unitronic AS website and website servers is at a high level. UNITRONIC AS adheres to good privacy practices in the processing of personal data and in the design of processing.
All personal information is protected against:
- Unauthorized access
- Data disclosure
- Changing data
- Any other illegal processing of personal data
STORAGE AND STORAGE OF PERSONAL DATA
Registered customer information is only stored in the UNITRONIC AS system register if there is a customer relationship between the registered person and UNITRONIC AS.
The information is stored as long as the customer relationship is active. When the customer relationship ends, all data is deleted. Personal contact details that do not lead to a customer relationship will not be retained.
At the request of a registered person, personal data relating to them may be deleted irrespective of the customer relationship. After deletion of the data, the data is no longer used and cannot be used for the purposes mentioned in the report or for other purposes.
However, it is necessary to remember that legislation imposes obligations for long-term storage of some of the registered person’s information.
This applies, for example, to the following uses:
- The Accounting Act defines longer retention periods for information regardless of whether or not the data contains personal data.
- System log information is collected and stored as required by law to provide legal and safe service to customers.
- Taking sufficient backups from server databases and systems to secure data, fix bugs, and secure security and continuity.
- Server backups are retrospectively taken for 90 days. The data is then permanently deleted.
RIGHTS OF A REGISTERED CUSTOMER
The registered person has the right to receive a copy of their personal data.
The registered person has the right to request the rectification or erasure of erroneous personal data concerning them.
The registered person has the right, under certain conditions, to request a restriction of processing or to oppose the processing of personal data.
If the processing of personal data is based on a separate consent of the registered person, the data subject has the right to withdraw consent.
This does not affect the lawfulness of the processing prior to the withdrawal of the consent.
The request sent by a registered customer must be unique so that Unitronic AS can verify the registered customer’s identity.
There are cases where it is not possible to delete all the personal data of a registered person.
This is the case where UNITRONIC AS has a statutory obligation or right to retain data.
In these cases, we will notify the registered customer of this with a written justification.
REQUESTING PERSONAL DATA
A registered customer can request information about their personal data stored in UNITRONIC AS information systems by contacting service(at)unitronic.no.
A registered customer may, if they so wish, request the removal of their personal data by contacting service(at)unitronic.no.
As mentioned above, there are cases where it is not possible to remove all information from a registered customer, for example, when required by legislation.
TRANSFER OF PERSONAL DATA TO THIRD PARTIES
We share website analytics and community-related customer information with third parties for analysis and marketing purposes. This allows us to provide our customers with interesting products and services.
If necessary, we will also disclose information at the request of the authorities. We also always inform the customer about such requests, if permitted by law. In other respects, we do not disclose information to third parties.
CHANGES TO THE DATA PROTECTION REPORT
Due to the development of services provided by UNITRONIC AS and changes in legislation, we reserve the right to change this privacy statement.
PERSONAL DATA PROCESSOR(S)
Access to customer information is restricted to supervised employees and staff of UNITRONIC AS only, based on the tasks and only to the extent that the use of the information is necessary and necessary for the provision of the services provided by the company.
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UNITRONIC AS’s website cookies do not collect personal information. You may choose to disable cookies from your browser settings.
Cookies are used in practice for anonymous analytics and to help improve website accessibility.
ALLOWING (OR DISABLING) COOKIES
THIRD PARTY COLLECTION OF COOKIES
Some of the pages on the UNITRONIC AS website include content from the community-based companies Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
Community plug-ins are embedded within a website, but their functionality and content come from a third party.
If the user is logged in to a third-party service, the community plug-ins may allow the use of the collection web site’s third-party data.
If the user is logged out or if the user does not have a user account for that service, the user browser or terminal sends more restricted data.
For more information on third-party data collection, see their own websites.
UNITRONIC AS can utilise the information gathered from the website to analyse, group, and target marketing for third-party services.