The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect on 25 May 2018. This replaces the Swedish Personal Data Act (PUL) and imposes more stringent requirements for how companies are allowed to process personal data.
Newsletters, press releases and invitations
The personal data (name, address and e-mail) that is stored in connection with subscriptions to Ports of Stockholm's newsletters, magazine, issues of press releases and invitations to events is saved only for the period that you choose to be a recipient. When you cancel these services (opt-out) your personal data is deleted.
Ports of Stockholm stores your personal data in accordance with the legal requirements for balancing of interests.
Access and authorisations for port facilities and properties
Personal data (name, address, telephone number, e-mail, personal ID number etc.) that you submit in connection with applications for access and authorisations for port facilities and properties are saved for the period you have access and authorisation.
Certain information may be retained, as the processing of personal data is founded on legal obligations.
Forms, permits, e-mails received etc.
Personal data (name, e-mail, telephone number etc.) that you submit in connection with other matters, such as permit processing, e-mails received and business matters are saved for the duration necessary for administration.
The legal requirements for this type of information may be contractual agreements, balancing of interests and provision of consent.
Freedom of information
Ports of Stockholm is a municipal company, which means that received information is processed according to freedom of information principles.
Right to request access to information
If Ports of Stockholm has information about you on record you have the right to:
- view the information about you.
- have erroneous information corrected.
- request that your information is restricted.
- have information deleted.
Stockholms Hamn AB and Kapellskärs Hamn AB are personal data controllers for the processing of personal data.
Data Protection Officer, Tel. +46(0)8-670 28 32 or firstname.lastname@example.org