Collection and Management of Personal Data
Personal data means information that, directly or indirectly via other data, can be linked to an individual, such as name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, social security number, IP address and logs from a web browser.
The processing of personal data means all measures taken with the personal data, such as the collection, storage, processing, disclosure or compilation of personal data.
Websites and social media
Talga collects personal information such as name, e-mail address and other information provided voluntarily by you. Talga also automatically receives and stores information from your browser, such as IP address, cookie information and which pages you visit.
Talga uses the information collected to respond to your inquiries, to improve the website’s content and our services. Personal data can also be processed indirectly in connection with the development and management of our IT system.
Personal information that we request from you and listed as mandatory needs to be provided in order for us to fulfill your request, e.g. to send newsletters that you subscribe to. Please note that Talga is not responsible for your privacy or the content of external websites, to which there may be links on the website.
Storage and thinning
Talga deletes collected personal data when the purpose of the processing has been fulfilled.
Legal basis: We will process your personal data when necessary to fulfill a request from you or otherwise when required for Talga’s legitimate interest, including to improve the website. If a particular treatment would require your prior consent, we will collect such consent before performing the actual treatment.
Disclosure of personal data to third parties
Talga does not sell your personal information to any third party. We only share the personal data with Talga’s Group companies, with partners who process the personal data on behalf of Talga, and when required by law or government decision. When personal data is transferred to group companies and partners outside the EU / EEA, it is Talga’s responsibility to ensure that the personal data is protected in the same way as within the EU / EEA, for example by establishing data transfer agreements.
Data transfer to logistics providers
As part of our sales and delivery process we use third party logistics providers to deliver goods you have purchased from us. When you place an order with us, some of the data you provide will be transferred to such a third party logistics provider in order for them to deliver your purchased goods. Once we have transferred your data to the logistics provider, they are the sole controller of your data.
Your rights linked to your personal data
You have certain rights, in accordance with the general data protection regulation. If you wish to exercise any of these rights, please contact us via the contact information below.
As stated in the General Data Protection Ordinance, you are entitled:
- to request access (register extract) and correction of your personal data;
- to request deletion of your personal data;
- to request that we limit the processing of your personal data
- to object to the processing of your personal data and, for processing based on your consent, to revoke the consent at any time; and
- to obtain personal information about where you have provided us (data portability).
You also have the opportunity to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority at any time if you believe that our processing does not take place in accordance with applicable data protection legislation.
General information about cookies
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You can use the information in a cookie to track how users surf.
There are two types of cookies:
- a permanent cookie remains on the visitor’s computer for a certain period of time.
- a session cookie is temporarily stored in the computer’s memory while the visitor is on a web page. Session cookies disappear when you close your browser.
How cookies are used on talgagroup.com
Cookies on this website are mainly used for the following purposes:
- To give you as good an experience of the website as possible
- To handle certain basic functions.
No personal information, such as e-mail or name, is stored about the visitor through the cookies used on the website
If you want to avoid cookies
If you do not want any cookies, you can set your browser to prevent cookies. However, this may mean that you do not have access to all the pages and functions on the website. You can find more information about how to handle and delete cookies at www.aboutcookies.org.
The visitor’s use of the information on the website
The information on the website is general and should not be used as an individual and sole basis for decisions on important issues. Talga is constantly working to ensure that the website is accurate, complete and up to date. However, typing errors, external influences and technical errors, for example, can result in misleading information. This means that Talga can not guarantee and does not take responsibility for the information being correct, complete and up to date.
Copyright protects the content of the website
The content of the website is owned by Talga and protected by Swedish and international law. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use or distribution of the content on the website may violate copyright, trademark law and / or other Swedish or international law and may be subject to legal action.
The Website may contain images and other content that belong to other copyright holders.
Update of the above information
Talga is responsible for the provision of this website. We may revise the above at any time by posting an updated version on the Website.
The above information was last updated on March 21, 2021.