GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION or GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)
as it is called, comes into force on 25 May 2018 and applies in all EU countries. aimSport Sweden AB applies this law.
GDPR means rules about how personal data may be collected, stored and handled. There are demands for transparency around data collection and storage. Private individuals have the opportunity to demand to know what data is stored and to have the opportunity to demand that the data be deleted and/or edited in the event of incorrect information.
aimSport Sweden AB stores information that is covered by legal requirements.
We store information in customer registers in order to be able to invoice and deliver ordered goods to the customer, and that we register products subject to a gun obligation in the gun book according to legal requirements. Registration includes name, address, arms dealer permit, phone number, e-mail address as well as information about orders, deliveries, invoices, etc. According to the Swedish Accounting Act information must be saved for at least 7 years after the last accounting year. The information with personal data is then destroyed.
Who has access to the information:
aimSport Sweden AB and business partners such as shipping companies, finance functions, auditors and the authorities that require the storage of personal data.
You have the right to demand to know what data we have stored about you, and you can demand that data that is not covered by legal requirements be deleted. You can also request that incorrect information be edited. Deletion of personal data also means that you can no longer be a customer with us.
If you have questions about your registered data, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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