Rostu Spain, the CEO, is responsible for the processing of personal data Rostu Spain handles.
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We use Google Analytics and Facebook Pixel to collect statistics on the use of the site, so that we can gain insight into how to improve customer journey and user experiences, as well as facilitate digital advertising. We get information about which pages and services are used, where users come from, time spent on the pages and how users navigate around the page.
Traffic information is stored with Google and Facebook. IP addresses are stored in anonymized form and therefore cannot be traced back to you as a user. Google’s cookie lasts for 30 days and no personally identifiable information is collected or tracked.
Personal information is information and assessments that can be linked to you as an individual. Rostu Spain processes this personal information in order to fulfill any contractual obligations we may have with you.
Rostu Spain should only process personal information about you that is necessary and only keep it for as long as it is needed. What personal information we need to process depends on our agreement with you.
Our internal procedures for the processing of personal data are in accordance with the Personal Data Act (lovdata.no), and all information about you is subject to the duty of confidentiality.
Collection and disclosure of personal data
We will only use the personal information for the purpose for which it has been obtained, unless we have obtained consent to reuse it for other purposes. Disclosure of information is done only with consent.
Storing personal data
Rostu Spain will only keep your personal information as long as we have an objective need to do so. We will never preserve your personal data for longer than is required by applicable law at any given time.
Rostu Spain is responsible for all processing of personal data in connection with the services we provide.
Rostu Spain enters into data processing agreements with the external IT providers who provide services and perform tasks on our behalf. The data processing agreements govern how they process personal information on our behalf to ensure that your personal data is not used unlawfully or falls into the hands of unauthorized persons.
Under the Personal Data Act, you have the right to access the information stored about you. You may also require that information about you, which is incorrect, be corrected. You may also require that all information about you be deleted.
If you want access to the information stored about you, you must send a written request. If you have any questions about or wish to complain about the processing of personal data, you can contact the CEO. You also have the right to complain about the processing of personal data to the Data Inspectorate. Information on how to proceed can be found on the website of the Data Inspectorate.