What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file which is stored on your computer or IT-equipment. Cookies make it possible for the website to recognise your device, and to gather information about the pages and functions that you use in your browser. However, cookies cannot identify you, detect your name, where you live, or whether your computer is used by one or several people.
Read the legal documents behind
Executive Order on Information and Consent Required in Case of Storing or Accessing Information in End-User Terminal Equipment (pdf)
Guidelines on Executive Order on Information and Consent Required in Case of Storing or Accessing Information in End-User Terminal Equipment (pdf)
Using Cookies for Statistics
Rejecting or deleting cookies
You can reject cookies at any time by changing your browser settings. Accessing browser settings varies from browser to browser. However, setting your browser to reject all cookies may result in the loss of certain functionality, because the website will not be able to store information about the choices you make.
All browsers allow you to delete cookies either one at the time or all at once. Deleting cookies varies from browser to browser.
Personal Data Policy
Personal data is never disclosed to third parties unless you explicitly make a commitment to this, and we never collect personal data without you having provided us with this information on registration, purchase or participation in an investigation, etc. Here information is collected on name, address, postal code, e-mail, gender, age, interests, attitudes and knowledge of different topics.
Personal information is used to complete the purchase or service that the information is collected with. The information is also used to gain greater knowledge of you and other users of the website. This use can Include studies and analyzes aimed at improving our products, services and technologies, as well as content and advertising display that is tailored to your interests and hobbies.
Personal information is used for follow-up, marketing and sale of relevant services via e-mail and telephone. Customer information is used for contact in connection with further relevant services and advice on optimization and improvements, as well as service announcements.
Contact regarding personal data
If you want access to the information that is registered about you with WIT Work In Tune, you must contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If incorrect data is registered or you have other objections, you can contact the same place. You have the opportunity to gain insight into what information is registered about you, and you can object to a registration in accordance with the rules in the Personal Data Act.
Protection of personal data
According to the Personal Data Act, your personal information must be kept safe and confidential. We store your personal information on restricted access computers that are located in controlled facilities and our security measures are continually reviewed to determine whether our user information is being handled properly and with due regard to your rights as a user. However, we cannot guarantee 100% security for data transfers via the Internet. This means that there may be a risk of others unwittingly enforcing access to information when data is transmitted and stored electronically. You thus disclose your personal information at your own risk.
Personal data is permanently deleted or anonymized as the purpose for which they were collected is terminated.
To the extent that personal data are processed about you, you have the right to be informed according to the Personal Data Act about which personal data can be assigned to you. If it turns out that the information or data processed about you is inaccurate or misleading, you have the right to demand that it be corrected, deleted or blocked. You may object at any time that information about you is being processed. You can also revoke your consent at any time. You have the opportunity to complain about the processing of information and data regarding you. Complaints are submitted to the Data Inspectorate, cf. section 58 (1) of the Personal Data Act.