Privacy policy

Privacy policy for personal data


The purpose of our Privacy Policy is to tell you how we process your personal data and what we use it for. We also describe your rights and how you can assert them.

What is personal data?

Personal data is information that can be linked to you, such as your name, email or similar.

This is why we process personal data

We process personal data so that we can fulfill our obligations to you, for example, if you choose to subscribe to our newsletter. We always strive not to ask for more information than we need.

In which cases are personal data processed and what is the legal basis for this?

We process personal data either when we have a legal basis for this or when consent has been given.
Legal basis: Fulfillment of the purchase agreement. We collect the personal data required for us to be able to fulfill our obligations according to the purchase agreement.

Consent: You give us your consent for us to process one or more personal data. An example of this is e.g. if you wish to subscribe to our newsletter.

Balance of interests: A judgement call is made here which may result in us judging ourselves to have an interest in being allowed to process personal data.

Examples of legal basis for processing personal data:
• Be able to manage your purchase on our website (incl. send your order, manage returns, and be able to send notifications about delivery status, etc.)
The treatment is based on: agreement
• Be able to handle requests from you via our customer service.
The treatment is based on: agreement
• Be able to send you newsletters and other offers.
The treatment is based on: consent

What personal data do we process?

Here are some examples of personal data that we process:
• Name
• Contact details (e.g. address, e-mail and telephone number)
• Purchase information (e.g. which item has been ordered or if the item is to be delivered to a different address)
• Information that you registered yourself and voluntarily provided
• Payment history
• Payment information

Your rights

In accordance with GDPR (the EU's data protection regulation), you have several rights regarding the processing of your personal data. Below we have briefly described which rights you have. You can always contact us to exercise your rights.
• Right to register extracts. This means that you get access to the personal data that we process about you.
• Right to rectification. This means that you can request that your personal data be corrected in cases where the data is incorrect.
• Right to withdraw consent. This means that you always have the right to withdraw a consent you have given us. An example of this could be that you no longer want to receive more newsletters sent to you.
• Right to erasure. This means that you have the right to request the deletion of the personal data that we process about you. However, keep in mind that we may have the right to refuse your request if there are legal obligations that prevent us from deleting certain personal data.
• Right to restriction of treatment. This means that you have the right to request that the processing of your personal data be restricted. For example, in the case where you dispute the correctness of the data.
• Right to object to processing. This means that you have the right to object to processing based on a balancing of interests. However, there may be exceptions to this right.
• You have the right to object to your personal data being processed for marketing purposes.
• You have the right to lodge a complaint. This means that you have the right to submit a complaint to The Swedish Data Protection Authority (
• Right to data portability. This means that you have the right to obtain your personal data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format in order to then be able to transfer these to another personal data controller. There may sometimes be technical limitations around this.

How do we get access to your personal data?

We gain access to your personal data in the following ways:
• Data that you provide us directly
• Data recorded when you visit our website
• Information we obtain from public records
• Data that we receive when you sign up for newsletters and other mailings
• Data that we receive when you respond to surveys
• Data that we receive when you contact us, apply for employment with us, visit us or otherwise contact us

This is how long your personal data will be saved

We never save your personal data longer than we need to fulfill our obligations to you and the time that may be required for us to comply with laws and regulations. In addition, personal data is only saved in cases where we have a legal basis or where consent has been explicitly given.

We process your personal data securely

We work to handle your personal data in a secure manner. The starting point is that only people who need your personal data to perform their tasks should have access to it. We have routines and working methods to ensure that our site and our systems process your personal data in a secure manner. We will not transfer your personal data in cases other than those specified in this policy. We use SSL (Secure Socket Layer) which is a protocol for the secure transmission of data via the Internet.

When do we release your personal data?

In order to offer our services, it may be necessary for us to share your personal data with other companies. In these cases, we have drawn up personal data processing agreements, this means that these companies process the data on our behalf and in accordance with our instructions. Examples of personal data assistants can be payment solutions, IT services and marketing.

We may also share personal data with companies that are independent personal data controllers. This means that we do not control how the information is to be processed by the company. Examples of independent personal data controllers can be government authorities (e.g. the Tax Agency), shipping companies and companies that work with various payment solutions.

Personal data controller

Israelsson Design & Consulting AB (Organization no. 556835-4095), with address Storgatan 17, 645 30 Strängnäs, is responsible for personal data, this means i.a. that we are responsible for how your personal data is processed and that your rights are taken care of.

Where do we process your personal data?

As far as possible, we always try to ensure that your personal data is processed within the EU/EEA.

Automated decisions?

We do not make any automated decisions about you.

Our email policy

We follow GDPR regarding unstructured data in e-mail. We adhere to this policy regardless of whether it is about e-mail sent internally or externally.
When we have received and read the e-mail, we always assess whether the data should be preserved and, if so, where it should take place in order to fulfill the requirements that apply to this particular data.

We never send sensitive personal data in unprotected e-mail. We never process or store sensitive or confidential personal data in our email.
We continuously inform everyone in our organization about the rules and routines around how we process personal data.
You can read how we process personal data in our privacy policy.

Do you have more questions?
It is always easy to get in touch with us. If you want to know more about our privacy policy, or use your rights regarding your personal data, the easiest way to contact us is via email:

The privacy policy was last updated: 2022-08-17.

You will always find the latest version of our privacy policy here on our website. In the event that we make updates that are of a decisive nature, you will receive information about this on our website and/or via email.

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