STENI AS is committed to protecting your individual rights and personal information. The EU’s new data protection reform, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), is designed to ensure your data security across European borders in EU and EEA countries as part of the Norwegian Personal Data Act. And in this Statement, you will find information about how we work to comply with data protection. [Personal information is information or an evaluation that can be linked to you as an individual, such as your name, address, telephone number, email address, IP address, or national identification number. Information on behaviour patterns is also considered personal information. For instance, what you search for online leaves digital tracks. For more information, see cookies ]
This applies to you as a customer, potential customer, employee of our customer or other relevant parties, as well as real rights holders, authorised representatives, as a representative of corporate customers and affiliates.
This Statement includes the following:
The data controller is STENI AS, Org. No. 918 150 145, Lågendalsveien 2633, 3277 Steinsholt, Norway
We collect, process and analyse data from the use of our websites. Traffic data is data related to visitors on the website and data processed there. Cookies and similar technology are used to improve the products and services we provide for you, as well as enhance security and your user experience when using our websites
You can change the settings in the browser so that this will reject cookies. This may lead to certain features and areas of the website having some limitations.
Categorisation of the personal information we collect and store:
Other information we may collect, which may apply to you directly or from third parties:
We use your personal information among other things to deliver goods, services and fulfil the agreements we make with you, as well as giving you offers and developing good user experiences. Furthermore, personal information is used in the general processing and management of your customer relation with us. We may also process personal information to fulfil our obligations under laws and regulations.
Examples of what the law instructs us to use the information for:
Knowledge of you as a customer
Requirements and obligations relating to payment services
Prevention and exposure of criminal offences
A legitimate interest in using information in connection with market activities and development
Personal information may also be used in connection with marketing, as well as product and business development. The purpose is to be able to develop the enterprise, products, goods, services and customer experiences, and give you as a customer offers and good customer experiences
If you give us your consent, we will be able to process your personal information for the purposes to which you have consented. This may for instance be to send you information about our products and projects, as well as the ways you want us to contact you, for instance SMS or email. You can withdraw your consent at any time.
Examples of who we can disclose your personal information to:
The disclosure of such information does not take place unless there are necessary agreements regarding further confidentiality.
In order to manage the customer relationship, we only disclose information about you when this is required. Examples of areas where this is required: For your identification
Compliance with our agreements and obligations
Information is conveyed with your consent or when permitted by law, internally in STENI AS to external partners and other enterprises selling products for us or with us. In order to provide goods and services, we may also convey information to other service functions inside and outside STENI AS
We also have agreements with selected suppliers, which include the processing of personal information on behalf of us, such as IT development, operation and support providers.
Disclosure of personal information to countries outside the EU/EEA
If we transfer personal information to countries outside the EEA, the conditions of the European Commission are followed, including that there is a sufficient level of protection in the country in question, etc. (In such cases, EU standard clauses that are approved by the EU Commission are used.)
The processing of personal information is central to our enterprise, and this should be treated in a safe and secure manner. We use technical and administrative procedures and security measures to safeguard and protect the information we store and use
You can request the following at any time:
Access to your personal information, unless laws or other circumstances indicate otherwise
Correction of incorrect or missing information, provided there are no other limitations in legislation or the like.
Deletion of your personal information, for instance if you withdraw your consent, or for any other legitimate reason no longer allow us to process your personal information.
Data portability. You are entitled to receive personal information in a machine-readable format. The information can also be transferred to another data controller, for instance, the data controller may be another enterprise the customer would like to receive the information.
Your personal information will be retained for as long as it is required for the purposes for which your information was collected and processed, or in order to fulfil the agreements we have with you, or as long as required pursuant to laws and regulations.
Examples of storage periods:
There will be amendments to this Privacy Statement from time to time. We will never limit your rights pursuant to the applicable privacy laws. If there are significant amendments, we will provide clear notification when we are required to do so by applicable law.
Questions about privacy can be addressed to STENI AS. You can contact by email: email@example.com
You can also contact the Data Protection Authority if you have objections to, or complaints about, how we manage your personal information.