Information about how we treat your data on this site
Version 1.3: February 15, 2018
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Who collects the data
The data collected on this page is collected on behalf of Infosoft AS, PO Box 6184 Etterstad, Østensjøveien 36, N-0602 Oslo, Norway. We can be contacted by E-mail: email@example.com or Phone: +47 23 89 70 80
The purpose of collecting data on our web pages is to enable our visitors and customers to maximize customized market communication based on the visitor’s interest in what we deliver and our expertise.
Infosoft Privacy Statement
This Privacy Statement is about how Infosoft collects and processes personal information that we receive from users of our web sites and using our services. “Personal Information” means information that may be linked to private individuals.
Managing Director of Infosoft is the Data Controller for Infosofts processing of personal data. Although many of the tasks associated with such processing are delegated during day-to-day operations, this will not apply to the processing of personal data.
Infosoft’s processing of personal data is covered by the Personal Data Act, which gives everyone the right to basic information about the processing of personal data in a company.
Those who are registered in one of Infosoft’s systems are entitled to access their personal data. If an individual discovers inaccurate or incomplete information, they can request that it be updated. In certain circumstances, where data is no longer necessary or unlawfully processed, individuals can request erasure. See contact information below.
Purpose of processing personal data
The purpose of processing personal data is to manage customer relationships between companies, to implement the rights and obligations of the customer and Infosoft AS and to process personal information in connection with electronic services, research activities, advertising orientation and / or direct marketing of Infosoft AS and / or its partners via Infosoft AS’s own media and services without transferring personal data to an external part.
What personal information is collected and retained by the company
The company has personal contact data relating to the company’s marketing and with the company’s customer relations. The data is located in Hubspot Marketing Service Platform
The nature of the information:
Name and contact information
Company represented by a person
Traffic information, such as: Website visits to the company’s websites
Activities by a person on the company’s website, such as document downloads, pages displayed, forms filled out, etc.
How are privacy rules considered?
The company does not deal with private individuals. This must also be taken into account in relation to the personal records. Personal data is handled from a business perspective – when a person acts as a representative of a business. However, this does not change the fact that a company must comply with the provisions of the EU’s general data protection regulations and national rules.
Information is used to promote the company’s business, to share information about the company’s services and products or to market research, polls or other inquiries. It is therefore typical direct marketing.
Since the key communication method is e-mail, outdated information is deleted from the personal register based on information about non-delivered emails, ie when the recipient’s email is no longer in use.
Any personal information that has not been active in our business communication (the smallest activity opens an email) will be disabled after 2 years. In other cases, personal information will only be deleted when the person wishes.
Infosoft does not provide personal information to third parties, except as required by Norwegian or other legal authorities. Individuals are entitled to gain insight into all personal information stored in our databases. They are entitled to correct the data and the right to have their personal data deleted, the so-called right to be forgotten.
People have the right to restrict data processing, which means that the company has the right to retain the information, but shall not otherwise handle them without the consent of the data subject.
People also have the right to ask the company to transfer personal data about them to another registrar. The data must be transmitted in a structured, plain and machine-readable form.
However, if the company has reasonable reason to suspect the identity of the person making the request, the company may request further information to confirm the identity of the registered person.
Upon request, Infosoft will disclose personal data that is registered in a simple and easily understandable manner within a month of request
Legal basis for processing personal data
Consent has to be freely given, personal, clear and shall not be misunderstood.
According to the regulations, consent must be given explicitly by consent, for example written, electronic or oral. The permit must indicate the voluntary, individualized, informed and unambiguous willingness of the registered person to accept the processing of his / her personal data.
Consent must cover all treatment purposes. Consent cannot be given by not responding, through a pre-completed checkbox, or by being a prerequisite for an action.
If the registrant must give his consent based on an electronic request, the request must be clear and concise and should not unnecessary be a requirement for the use of the service as it is delivered.
How we safeguard security
The protection of personal data is processed at all stages of the process, and it starts with data collection and ends with data destruction.
The company has a data protection officer. His duties include the monitoring and control of personal data processing related to security.
As part of the planning of personal data processing, the company has also developed processes to address potential security breaches. In case of breach of security, the company will report to the supervisory authority if possible within 72 hours of the violation.
Information outside the EU is handled by Hubspot Inc. in accordance with the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework, for more information, see. on: https://www.privacyshield.gov/participant?id=a2zt00000000181AAA&status=Active
Privacy information is defined in the company’s security policy.
What is the risk management associated with processing personal data?
The risk management of personal information is defined in the company’s security policy. Infosoft maintains this site as a service for its customers and those interested in marketing. We track traffic on the site and monitor user behaviour. If you do not accept this, leave the site. Read this privacy statement carefully before using the site.
Accuracy of data and documents
The data given on the site is provided to the users “as is” without any special or implied warranties or representations of any kind, adaptability or non-violation for commercial purposes. Infosoft makes everything reasonably predictable to provide accurate and up-to-date information on the site, but it does not guarantee in any way updated or completeness of the information. Infosoft may, from time to time add, modify, improve or update information on the site without notice. Infosoft assumes no responsibility for any errors in the site’s content or information that is missing. Infosoft does not guarantee that the website or its hosts will not contain viruses or other harmful items.
License and copyright
Infosoft gives the user the right to view, publish, copy, download and print documents on the site under the following restrictions: The documents may only be used for personal, non-commercial purposes in connection with reuse and documents may not be edited. Infosoft and the author of the article must be mentioned in connection with reuse. A link to the original article must be added to the electronic document and the URL must be displayed in a printed article. The publisher must take into account third party intellectual property rights. Infosoft is not responsible for the content of infringements of third party copyright (eg Images and Texts).
Submission of material
Infosoft’s trademarks are used as identifiers of Infosoft’s products and services to indicate who manufactures the products and services. Infosoft’s trademarks may be used correctly in marketing and promotional materials, as well as referring to Infosoft’s products and services (as in a newspaper article) without the permission of Infosoft, provided that mentioned trademarks are used in accordance with common trademark usage and is clearly stated. If you want to use trademarks in a different context, you must obtain permission from Infosoft. If the user is not sure if a particular permission from Infosoft is required, then the user must check with Infosoft.
Links to third-party pages
This site may have links or references to other websites not managed by Infosoft. Infosoft assumes no liability for the contents of such linked sites or any links on such affiliated sites. Such links are only intended for users and do not imply that Infosoft will in any way support the content of the linked site or service provider. Infosoft is under no circumstances responsible for the content of third party websites linked to this site or activities of such third parties.