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We respect your privacy and the right to control your personal data. We will be transparent with what information we collect and why, and we will protect it as safe as possible.

The IAS Sweden’s General Terms on Personal Data describes the data information that we collect, the purpose for which they are collected, how you can control your own data information and how to contact us. IAS Sweden is the data controller in accordance with these terms and is responsible for its usage according to current legislation.

About IAS

The Association of IAS Sweden is a Non-Profit Organisation, unpolitical with the purpose of starting and/or supporting disaster and development projects in countries where there is a need. The association aims deliberately to work on the principle of ‘self-help’ and to strengthen and support local initiatives taken by local organizations and groups in the countries in which the association operates. More about IAS is available at www.ias-intl.org

Person handling the data

IAS Sweden, organization number 802415-8845, Siktgatan 10, 162 50 Vällingby, Sweden, is responsible for handling your personal data information on this website and in the services that we offer. Information on how to contact us can be found below.

When do we collect your personal data information?

  • When giving a gift to IAS or starting a collection at www.ias-intl.org
  • When applying for a job at IAS
  • When you want to subscribe to newsletters or order materials from IAS

What do we collect and how long do we save the information?

The personal data information we collect and process is information about the name, social security number and contact details such as the address, telephone number and e-mail address. When donating a gift, we may also save information about the transaction (amount, time, type of transaction and type of gift). Account number is only saved for those who wish to pay by card. When a person applies for a vacancy, we also collect information about the applicant’s merits.

IAS uses personal identification numbers to avoid duplicate mailings to our donors, as this is the easiest and most effective way to avoid a donor’s appearance in our registry multiple times. For those donors we do not have a social security number, we cooperate with Bisnode to help us personalize eg. a phone number.

We save the data as long as it is necessary to carry out our work. We may save the data longer if we need it by law or to guard our legal interests, for example, whether a legal process is in progress. Your personal information may be saved for up to 36 months after we have reviewed them.

Testament (Will) cases are considered to be an agreement and are saved as long as the agreement is valid and subsequently filed.

Accepting General Terms

If you give a gift to IAS or support us in some way, for example by subscribing to our mailings, it is understood that you have given your consent to using your contact and personal information.

By supporting IAS, you agree to our general terms and conditions for the usage of personal data. You can contact us at any time to cancel our phone calls, text messages, e-mail messages and letters or completely be removed from our registry.

What we use the information for?

When you give a gift, start a fundraising collection or order newsletters through our website or contact us by phone and email we will register your personal data information in our database. The personal data you provide will be used to manage ordered products, thank you for your gift and for our own statistics. The information may also be used for information and marketing purposes, monitoring and development of IAS activities, in order to monitor our rights, as well as transactions, for the purpose of marketing the purchases you make and the gifts you provide.

When searching for vacancies, we use your personal information only for the purpose for which you provided them.

Who do we leave the data to?

IAS will not sell, rent or lease the personal data collected. However, the data may be associated with other records (such as SPAR) to update addresses, retrieve information, and avoid duplicates in our registry.

IAS may also disclose personal data to companies that process personal data on behalf of IAS, such as IT vendors and printers. However, it is always IAS responsibility for how is being handled .

Personal data may also be disclosed if it is necessary to:

  • Follow the applicable law, regulation, legal process or request from the executive authority
  • Safeguard IAS legal interests
  • Detect, prevent or otherwise address fraud, security or technical issues.

IAS only cooperates with partners dealing with personal data within the EU / EEA or with companies that maintain the same level of protection as within the EU / EEA by, for example, have joined the so-called Privacy Shield Agreement between the EU and the United States.

Automatic profiling

IAS may include:

  • Automatically analyze and add additional information, based on the information you have already provided
  • Divide different personal data into groups / segments to restrict or allow certain communications
  • Analyze or combine personal data

Children’s personal data

We do not deliberately collect personal data from people under the age of 18.

Links to external websites

In the event that our site contains links to third party websites, websites, or materials published by third parties, these links are for information purposes only. Therefore, as IAS lacks control of the content of these sites or its materials, we are not responsible for its content. IAS is not responsible for any damages or losses that might arise from the use of these links.

Right to request information and corrections

You are entitled to request free information about which personal data IAS deals with about you and for what purpose (so-called registry extracts). You also have the right to have information corrected, unidentified or deleted. You also have the right to not process your personal data with automatic processes and the right to be forgotten or ported from a digital register.

Right to be forgotten

You are entitled to be removed / forgotten from our registry. But keep in mind that, in practice, there is a risk that when we buy new addresses, you will receive your address and make a new mail to you. This is because your name and address are no longer included in our register and therefore we can not save information that you do not want to be contacted by us. It may be better to tell IAS that you do not want the information or you do not want information through specific channels such as phone so we can stop sending to you in the future or until you tell us that you want them again.

If you do not want to be contacted by us at all, we can block you from all channels. We do this by adding you on to our “blocked” list so we will not be able to buy your address again.

Contact us at any of the addresses below to know more about how IAS processes your personal data information or if you want to make any changes to how we communicate with you. If you believe your rights are not respected by us, please contact IAS or get in touch with the data inspection in Sweden (datainspektionen@datainspektionen.se).

Contact information to IAS

If you have questions about IAS handling of personal data or want to request a registry extract, contact us in one of the following ways:

IAS
Personal data
Siktgatan 10 (Box 157)
162 50 Vällingby
Sweden

Phone: +46 8 89 17 31

Email: personal-data@ias-intl.org

Retention of personal data?

IAS has taken the technical security measures needed to protect your personal data from improper access, change and deletion.

Use of cookies

In order to improve our website, IAS uses cookies that collect information about how the site is used. More information on how IAS uses cookies is published on the website.

 

Updated: May 24, 2018

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