TransLegal Sweden AB’s Privacy Notice
TransLegal undertakes to protect the privacy of the users of its website in accordance with the legislation in force.
This privacy notice describes
- which data we collect about the users of the website;
- the purpose for which the data is processed;
- the disclosure of data to third parties; and
Collecting and processing the information.
We collect data on the users of its website in two ways:
- Data is collected when you fill in your contact details in the contact form or to get a quote.
- Data is also collected by using cookies in connection with the browsing of the website.
The following data can be collected about users:
- email address (necessary), their name and possibly their phone number (voluntary); and
Names and/or email address, are considered to be personal data, that is, data based on which the user can be identified. Other data that is collected does not constitute personal data.
Purpose of data processing and data retention
The data is processed for the purposes of
- contacting the user to provide information requested;
User data is not collected for purposes related to marketing and data is not disclosed to subsidiaries.
We may, from time to time, use web analytics service on this website. The service is used to, inter alia, collect information about the website traffic and the browsers and devices used. The purpose for collecting the information is to develop the contents and the technical features of the website. The information is collected only for statistical purposes.
The information collected for Analytics include for example the following:
- service provider (operator);
- location (country, geographical area, city);
- operating system;
- device (computer, tablet, mobile device),
- model of the mobile device;
- browser and its language version;
- display resolution;
- the pages the user visited on the website;
- number of visitors per page;
- entry and exit pages;
- website’s download time;
- documents downloaded from the website (pdf, excel);
- time and duration of the visit;
- behavior: new or returning visitor, visiting frequency;
- notifications shown on the website (cookie notification, expired browser
- notification); and
- personalisation choices (functionality on or off).
The user cannot be identified with the information, nor do the cookies enable review of the information stored in the user’s device. Information collected by using cookies is not disclosed by TransLegal to any third parties.
Transfer of data outside the EU or the EEA area
Some of the data collected by the website’s cookies may be located on servers that are physically located outside the EU or EEA.
Rights of the website’s users
The data collected with cookies is used for statistical purposes only and users cannot be identified on the basis of the data.
Users of the website have the right to exercise their rights guaranteed by the legislation in force at the given time and pursuant to the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (2016/679).
Requests must be sent in writing and with a personal signature to the postal or email address referred to below in section Contact. Requests may also be presented in person.
A reasonable fee may be charged for the provision of any information requested if less than one year has passed since the previous instance of providing the user with access to their data.
TransLegal Sweden AB is the data controller for the personal data that is collected. Enquiries that are related to this privacy notice, maintenance of data files or data processing and access to own data must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our privacy notice above describes the processing and disclosure of data collected by us and the rights of the website users.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer, mobile device, or other device. Cookies enable the use of many of the functions of TransLegal’s website and ensure the best possible user experience. For cookies stored by our own website, we use the name “first-party cookies”.
The cookies used on our website are categorised according to their purpose of use.
On this website, TransLegal uses
- cookies that are necessary for the operation of the website (necessary cookies);
- cookies that collect anonymous data that allows us to analyse how our website is used and how to further develop it (analytics cookies);
- cookies that enable the website’s functionalities and provide personalised user experience (functionality cookies) and
- targeting cookies set by third parties on our website (targeting cookies).
The processing of data collected through third-party cookies is not described in our privacy notice, but in the privacy notice of each third party.
Below is a list of the cookie categories that are relevant to this website. In addition, the list includes the most-used tools for each cookie category.
Our website requires these cookies in order to function as intended. They enable the basic functions of the website. No identifiable personal data is stored in these cookies.
Analytics cookies collect anonymous data that allows us to analyse how our website is used and how to further develop it. The data collected by cookies helps us improve the user experience. No identifiable personal data is stored in these cookies.
These cookies are used for site functionalities. These cookies allow our website to remember data that changes the function or appearance of the website. Refusing these cookies might affect the functionalities of the website.
Open cookie settings to manage the use of certain types of cookies on this website. You can prevent the storing of all cookies by changing your browser’s security settings.
Changing cookie settings in the most common browsers:
Instructions related to the use of browsers are usually available in the browser menu.
If you do not allow any cookies being stored, no cookies are stored by our website or any other websites that you visit. However, you may find that some functions of online services are not available if cookies are not allowed.
Alternatively, browser settings may be set to notify the user about any cookies that are about to be stored. When you receive such a notification, you can either accept or reject the cookie.
Updated 25 May 2023