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Privacy policy - GDPR

Privacy policy - GDPR
This is how Bibblan svarar use your personal information.


What is personal data?

Personal data is specific information about a person that can be used to identify that person either on its own or when it is put together with another piece of information. Photos and sound-clips can be personal data even if no names are used. Encrypted information and different kind of electronic identities, such as IP-numbers, is considered as personal data if they can be connected to a specific person.


How do we get your personal data?

When you submit a question to Bibblan svarar you fill in your e-mail so that we can send you a reply.


What is the purpose?

We use your personal information for the purpose it was collected


Who can access my personal data?

Only staff working with Bibblan svarar have access to your personal information as a part of completing their tasks.


How long does Bibblan svarar keep my personal data?

We will not keep your personal information for any longer than it is needed, and will dispose of it in a secure way. 


Bibblan svarar is run by Malmö Stad on behalf of the the National Library of Sweden. If you would like to know more about. More information about data protection can be found at the City of Malmö website.

https://malmo.se/personuppgifter

 

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