Cookies and processing of personal data
The Personal Data Act (1998: 204), colloquially known as PDA, is designed to protect people from having their privacy violated by the processing of personal data. Personal data shall mean any information directly or indirectly attributable to a natural person who is alive. With the processing of personal data means any operation or set of actions in terms of personal data, such as collection, recording, storage, processing, distribution, etc. Personal data may only be processed by the Personal Data Act specified situations. Examples of this are if the person given his consent or if the processing is necessary for a contract with the data subject must be fulfilled or the measures that the registered requested to be taken before an agreement is reached.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a file that makes it possible to identify you as a visitor to a site. The cookie is stored in the means of communication (eg smartphone, tablet or PC) that you use to enable the website to recognize you the next time you visit this. So-called session cookies are deleted if you have been inactive for a certain period of time. Every time you visit a website where you once got a cookie, your browser sends to it automatically. The cookie allows the computer will be recognized. This way you save time while browsing.
To read more about what cookies are and how it works, then there is information here www.minacookies.se It is also possible to control custom advertising in the browser, read more about this on www.youronlinechoices.com
Cookies on Heimstaden
Your consent to receive cookies
By visit this site you agree to receive cookies from our website. But even by the means of communication you use is set in such a way that cookies are allowed, you agree to receive cookies from our website.
To opt out of cookies
You have the option to opt out of receiving cookies from our website, and you are also able to withdraw consent to receive cookies. You do this by changing the settings in your communication so that this no longer accept cookies. How you do this depends on the means of communication you use. If you use one,
• smartphone, change the normal settings for your phone’s browser,
• eReader change the normal settings in the operating system, and
• your computer, you can change the settings in your browser.
If you choose to turn off the cookie function in your communication problems may occur when you visit our website. Among other things, you will not be able to log on to our website and we can not customize promotions or ads to you which may mean that you see these more often than intended.
Personal data manager
The personal data provided to Heimstaden will be treated in accordance with the Data Protection Act. The one who determines the purposes and means of the processing of personal data known as the Data Protection Act of personal data. Privacy Manager is Heimstaden AB, reg. no. 556670-0455 Östra Promenaden 7 A, 211 28 Malmö. Anyone who is the data controller is obliged to everyone who applies for it once a year free of charge notification about the personal data concerning the applicant are processed. Applications must be in writing and signed by the applicant. Notification submitted within a month. Anyone who is the data controller is also obliged to correct information at the request of the data subject.
Treatment and purpose
Personal information provided to Heimstaden by application / interest / contract or otherwise registered in connection with the preparation or administration of a contract will be treated in computer systems to the extent necessary to administer Heimstaden’s hiring process. Personal information may be supplemented by obtaining information from other public records such as address update.
If the lease agreement signed between Heimstaden and the recorded data will be transferred to Heimstaden’s operating system for the agreement to be completed. It can then also be providing information to companies and organizations with which Heimstaden cooperates, for example, a tenant organization, suppliers and debt collection companies.