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The Archipelago Foundation’s Privacy Policy

The Archipelago Foundation’s handling of personal information is done in accordance with the applicable legislation. This means inter alia that The Archipelago Foundation protects your personal information by applying the necessary measures, and you are always entitled to contact us in order to find out what personal information we have saved about you.

By becoming a friend of the archipelago or otherwise entering into a contract with The Archipelago Foundation, you accept our privacy policy and our handling of your personal information. You also agree to The Archipelago Foundation, by various communications channels (e-mail, postal mail, telephone calls etc.), sending information to you.

It is important for you to read and understand our privacy policy before you become a friend or enter into a contract with us.

Who is responsible for your personal information?

The Archipelago Foundation, corp. ID. no.: 802405-0216 is the party responsible for the handling of your personal information and is responsible for ensuring that all handling is done in a legal and correct manner.

How does The Archipelago Foundation get your personal information?

You can either directly or indirectly give us information about yourself in a number of different ways, such as when you enter into a contract, upon registration as a friend of the archipelago or signing up for our newsletter. We can also gather personal information about payment history and goods and services that you bought from us,

What personal information is handled?

The Archipelago Foundation mainly handles personal information such as names and personal ID numbers, as well as contact information such as addresses, telephone numbers and the like. However, depending on the type of contract or friendship you have with us, we can also process payment information and historical information.

What do we do with your personal information?

The Archipelago Foundation uses your personal information for the following purposes, among others:

  • In order to confirm your identify and verifying your personal and contact details
  • In order to administer your payment and customer relation, e.g., in order to meet any of our obligations toward you and in order to provide you with information, product and services that you request from us.
  • In order to improve our services and general development, develop new products and functions and new membership benefits.
  • Register and store in The Archipelago Foundation’s data register
  • Process and administer your contract
  • Keep statistics

Who has access to your personal information?

Your personal information is handled by The Archipelago Foundation. Personal information can be submitted to personal information clerks, accountants, property and friend registries engaged by The Archipelago Foundation, as well as to official agencies upon request.

The Archipelago Foundation does not divulge personal information to other companies or organisations if The Archipelago Foundation does not need to do this pursuant to law, regulation of official decree, or in order to safeguard the rights of the Archipelago Foundation or a third party.

How long do we save your personal information?

We save your data only for as long as it is necessary in order to fulfil our obligations towards you, and as long as statutory storage times so require. As needed, we may save your information for purposes other than our contracted obligations, e.g., in order to fulfil requirements for measures to counter money laundering, for accounting purposes and for regulatory capital requirements. In these cases, we only save the information to the extent that is necessary to fulfil the legal requirements in question.

Your rights

Right to information
The registered party has a right to receive a copy of the information that The Archipelago Foundation has about you.

Right to correction
The registered party has a right to turn to The Archipelago Foundation and ask that incorrect details be corrected.

Right to deletion
The registered party has a right to request a deletion of his personal information in those instances that the information is no longer necessary for the purpose for which it was gathered. However, there may be legal obligations that prevent us from immediately erasing parts of the information. These obligations can be pursuant to accounting, tax or other statutes.

Right to complain
The registered party is entitled to put forth complaints to the supervisory authority, namely the Swedish Data Protection Authority.