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The Positive Birth Story Podcast (AB Kork och Stork, organization number 559042-3330) complies with the European Data Protection Ordinance (GDPR). We strive to process personal data in a correct and trustworthy manner in connection with your visit to our website: www.thepositivebirthstorypodcast.com
We do not sell, trade or rent your personal information to others and we follow the rules contained in the European Data Protection Ordinance.
According to the European Data Protection Ordinance, our customers must receive information about how their personal data is processed, which we describes below.
In order to be able to use the services available on our website, it is required that you have access to certain personal information. If you do not want to give us access to this information, we will unfortunately not be able to give you access to the desired service.
You can withdraw your consent at any time by contacting us. However, be aware that this may mean that we can no longer provide you with our services.
If children under the age of 16 have provided us with personal data, we will delete the data as soon as we have been informed of this. Guardians are encouraged to contact us.
Personal data manager
The Positive Birth Story Podcast (AB Kork och Stork) is responsible for the processing of personal data linked to our business in accordance with the Personal Data Act. The party responsible for personal data determines the purpose of the processing of personal data and which aids are to be used. It is the person responsible for personal data who has the overall responsibility for the processing of your personal data.
What personal data do we handle?
By using our services made available on our website, we will be able to process your personal data, which includes, but is not limited to:
Payment history, including date and time, amount deducted, payment and credit card information and other related transaction information
Name, address, e-mail address, telephone number
Information about your use of our website, ex. search history, which pages are visited
How the information is being collected:
We process personal data that you enter via forms on our website, eg:
Contact forms or sign up for our newsletter
Downloads of eg e-books, guides, templates and similar
Purchase of events, services or products on our website
Registration for an event, free course, webinar or similar
For what purposes do we collect the information?
We strive to handle personal data in such a way that you can feel confident that information about you is processed securely and confidentially.
We process personal data that is necessary for you to be able to use our services, products and our website.
We will process personal data that we receive directly from you or by automatic (eg automatic registration via our servers) for the purposes described below and to be able to offer, monitor and analyze the use of services and the website and to be able to carry out maintenance and improvement measures.
The purpose of our processing of your personal data is to facilitate and enable your use of the services, products and the website.
When you provide personal information to access our services, products and website, we will process your personal information to:
Get access to our products and services
Send out newsletters and relevant information
Manage customer service matters
Offer you free tips, e-books, guides, etc.
Provide you with information about the most relevant products and services for you
We will not use the personal data in any way other than those described above, unless you have given your express consent for other types of use.
How the information is being stored:
The information is collected via forms on our website. The information is stored in our website provider Wix, which has its servers in Europe and the USA. The information is saved until you request it to be deleted. You can request to deleted the information by contacting us.
How to delete your personal information:
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Transferring information to third parties?
The personal information is not shared with outside third parties, unless you wish to use payment services from our subcontractors such as Stripe and Pay-pal. These subcontractors may process personal data on our behalf.
In the event that we disclose personal data to organizations that perform services on our behalf, we will demand that suppliers only use this personal data in their service to us and obtain sufficient guarantees from the suppliers so that we can be sure that the suppliers handle your personal data in a safe and appropriate manner.
Third party links
From time to time, we may include or offer third-party products or services on our website. We may also have links on our website to other websites that are not controlled by us. These connections are offered for information purposes only. These external websites have their own separate guidelines for handling personal data. We encourage you to read the privacy policies of all websites you visit. We take no responsibility for the content and activities of any of these websites.
As a user of our website you have, with the limitations set out in the currently applicable personal data legislation, the right to access your collected personal data and to know how they are processed. You can also demand correction, deletion or limitation of the processing of personal data we store about you.
You can withdraw your consent at any time, which will result in all data about you being deleted, with the exception of the information that we must retain, for example in accordance with tax legislation when you are a paying customer.
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