We take the following fundamental principle for granted – You own your personal data
You decide what personal data of yours to be used in Idfyed, when your data will be used, and to whom your data will be transferred at each occasion. You have full control.
You will receive this information at the time you download the service Idfyed and creates a user account (the “User Account”)
What personal data do we process and how are your personal data used?
At the time of registration in Idfyed, and thereafter, you can choose to save some of your personal data, such as name and email. This data, just as any personal data which you, at each occasion, give us the approval to transfer in order for you to identify yourself through Idfyed towards companies or other actors that have entered into an agreement with us regarding Idfyed (a “Third Party”), is stored in Idfyed, only for the purpose to facilitate for you the next time you choose to identify yourself through the service. Exactly what personal data that are stored, depends on what data you choose to register and transfer. We will only process personal data of yours that have been provided by you in Idfyed.
To give you an overview of what personal data you have transferred, and to whom, we will save your usage history of Idfyed. We will also, in so far as you choose to verify your User Account through e.g. email, store the data which have been verified, to be able to recreate your User Account at a potential loss of this.
The legal basis for the processing described above, is for us to be able to fulfil our obligations in accordance with the agreement between us which includes our delivery of our service Idfyed. However, at each occasion when your personal data are to be transferred to a Third Party, you will need to consent to such transfer.
Personal data may also be processed based on our legitimate interest to provide and improve Idfyed e.g. by analysing your usage of Idfyed on an aggregated and anonymized level, and for statistical purposes.
To whom is your personal data transferred?
If whole, or parts of our business is sold, or integrated in another business, your personal data may, based on our legitimate interest, be transferred to a new owner of the business to enable the new owner to continuously provide Idfyed.
For how long, in which way, and where are your personal data stored?
We take all reasonable measures to make sure that your personal data is processed and stored in a secure way. All personal data are stored in encrypted form on the Company’s or our partners’ servers within the EU.
If you are registered as a user of Idfyed, your data will be stored until you deregister in accordance with the instructions provided on www.idfyed.com (the “Website”). At deregistration, the User Account and the personal data contained will be deleted. If you do not use your User Account for two years, your User Account will be blocked.
By sending us written notice in accordance with the contact details below, you have the right to:
request information regarding what personal data concerning you we process and how such the data are used;
request that your personal data are corrected, provided that the personal data processed are incomplete or inaccurate;
request that your personal data are erased or that the processing of your personal data is restricted; and
in certain cases, object to the processing of your personal data and to request that your personal data are transmitted in a machine-readable format (data portability).
To protect your privacy and your personal data, we may demand that you identify yourself when assisting you in these matters.
If we process your personal data on the legal basis of your consent, you are at any time, by sending us written notice in accordance with the contact details below, able to withdraw your consent. Such withdrawal may be made in whole or in part. A withdrawal of consent does however not affect lawfulness of processing based on consent given by you before withdrawal (e.g. data already transferred to a Third Party).
If you have complaints regarding the processing of your personal data, you may also contact the Swedish Data Protection Authority (Sw. Datainspektionen).