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Here at klendr, we take your privacy and the handling of your personal data very seriously. Therefore, we have drawn up this privacy policy with our contact details, information about which personal data we handle and which rights you have vis-à-vis us. You always have the opportunity to contact us if you have questions about our handling of your personal data or generally about this privacy policy and we will help you.

Contact details for the person in charge of personal data
Email address

What is personal data?
The word "personal data" includes all information that can be used to identify a specific person (ie you as a private person). Regardless of whether a piece of information can directly or indirectly identify a person, it constitutes personal data. In addition to obvious personal data such as name and telephone number, this may for example be by reference to an identification number that we have created for you, or to factors relating to your physical, physiological, mental, financial, cultural or social identity.

What is the processing of personal data?
All types of actions that we take with your personal data are processing of personal data. These may, for example, be actions such as the data being collected, registered in data systems, organized in registers, structured or compiled, stored on our data servers, used or disclosed to others. It can also be measures such as combining the data, limiting the scope of the data, or if we delete or destroy the data.

Legal basis for our data collection
There are various purposes behind the fact that we collect data about you, which we explain a little further down. According to data protection legislation, we must indicate for each area which so-called "legal basis" we rely on. This can be perceived as a bit tricky, for those who are not that familiar with the law, but we will do our best below to explain.

Balance of interests
We lean towards balance of interests when we judge that we need to use personal data for a legitimate interest and come to the conclusion that our interest weighs more heavily, when we weigh this against what the processing could entail for risks for you from a privacy perspective. We consider ourselves to have a legitimate interest within the framework of our operations, among other things linked to the following:

Get insights into how Klendr is used and works from a user perspective

Deliver, develop and improve Klendr
Create statistics for internal and external use
Determine the effectiveness of our communications
Increase security, prevent fraud and misuse of Klendr
Show non-personalized advertising
Customize your experience on klendr based on previous visits
For treatments where we cannot rely on a balancing of interests, but give you the open choice, our treatment assumes that we have obtained your "consent" for a specific purpose. You always have the right to change your mind and withdraw your consent by contacting us. Then we stop processing the data (but of course we cannot go back in time and change already performed processing).

What personal data do we process
On our website, we use cookies to deliver important functions, improve the user experience and follow visitor statistics via Google's Analytics, Search Console and Adsense services;

A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer, phone or tablet when you visit the website.
There are two types of cookies:

A persistent cookie remains on your computer for a specified period of time
A session cookie is temporarily stored in the computer's memory while you are on a web page.
The personal data that is processed is mainly IP address and other identifiers.

If you do not accept the use of cookies, you can turn off the use of cookies. You do this in your browser's security settings.

You can also set your browser to prompt you every time the website tries to place a cookie on your computer. Through the browser, previously stored cookies can also be deleted. See your browser's help pages for more information on this.

Collaborative partners
We only transfer your data to business partners if we have received your consent to this, or if we are talking about necessary business partners in order for us to be able to fulfill a contract with you.

Our necessary partners can be read here below:

Our personal data assistants
In order to provide you with the best possible service, we use the following personal data processors (all of which comply with the GDPR) for data processing within the EU/EEA:

Google Analytics
Google Adsense
Summary of your rights against us:
You have the opportunity to claim several rights against us. These rights are listed below and then described in detail further down in this privacy policy. If you wish to exercise your rights against us, you will find our contact details at the top of this page.

Right to withdraw consent
Right of access
Right to rectification
Right to limitation
Right to data portability
Right to object to treatment
Right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority
Right to withdraw consent
You have the right to withdraw the consent you have given at any time. In such cases, we delete the data whose processing is based on your consent. Your withdrawal of your consent does not mean that we are obliged to delete data whose legal processing is based on a contract or other legal relationship.

Right of access
You have the right to receive confirmation from us if personal data concerning you is being processed and, in such cases, to have access to the personal data and the following information:

The purposes of the treatment
The categories of personal data to which the processing relates
The recipients or categories of recipients to whom the personal data is provided or is to be provided
The period for which the personal data will be stored or how this period is determined
If personal data is collected from a source other than you: where such information comes from and what data it is
The existence of automated decision-making and profiling
Right to rectification
As a registered user, you have the right to have your incorrect personal data corrected without undue delay and within one month at the latest. You also have the right from us to supplement incomplete personal data through a supplementary statement, taking into account the purpose of our processing of the personal data.

If you do not want us to delete your personal data, you instead have the right to request that we limit our processing of your personal data. It may come into question
You have the right to receive confirmation from us if personal data concerning you is being processed and, in such cases, to have access to the personal data and the following information:

You dispute the accuracy of the personal data to give us the opportunity to check whether the personal data is correct
The processing has no legal basis, but you do not want the personal data to be deleted
We no longer need the personal data for the purposes of the processing but you need it to establish, assert or defend legal claims or
You have objected to processing involving profiling or automated decision-making, after which we will limit our processing of your personal data pending verification of whether our legitimate reasons for the processing are balanced with your legitimate reasons.
Data portability
As a registered user, you have the right to obtain personal data concerning you that you have provided to us. You have the right to access such personal data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and you have the right to transfer these to another personal data controller, provided that our processing of the personal data is based on consent or if the processing is automatic. If we judge it to be technically possible, you have the right to We transfer the personal data to another personal data controller.

Right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority / Contact details of the supervisory authority
You have the right to submit a complaint to your national supervisory authority about our processing of your personal data. Regardless of whether we conduct our business in the same country in which you live, you have the right to lodge a complaint with your national regulatory authority. Via the link below you will find the contact details for the Swedish supervisory authority Integritetsskyddsmyndigheten (IMY) and a list of contact details for European supervisory authorities:
General about this privacy policy
Due to the data protection regulation (EU) 2016/679 ("GDR") which entered into force on 25 May 2018, we are obliged to provide you with information about which of your personal data is being processed and the purpose of the processing. In this message you will find all the information that we have been required to report to you.

For the regulation in its entirety in your language, we refer to:
If you want to exercise your rights, which are listed in this privacy policy, you can do so by contacting us using the contact details that you will find at the top of this privacy policy.