On the 25th of May 2018, the new EU data protection regulation, GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) became active. This is a new EU regulation aimed at strengthening the protection of individuals when processing personal data. When it became active, it replaced the 1995 Data Protection Directive, as well as all member states current national regulations. In Sweden’s case PUL, the Personal Data Act.
GDPR places new demands on all companies, authorities and organizations that collect and manage personal data. Simply put, you could say that the GDPR concretizes the rules about protection of personal data, and clarifies responsibility for data being processed and stored.
Personal information is all types of information that direct or indirect can be linked to a person. It doesn’t have to be a date of birth, but can be name, school, adress and other seemingly harmless data.
Your personal data is important to us and we work to always comply with current legislation regarding the protection of personal data. Sares by Kristin Sarstedt only processes the information that is necessary for us to be able to fulfill our obligations to you or for us to be able to send information to you that you have consented to.