Your trust is of great importance to us, and Unified Messaging Systems AS is therefore committed to protect your privacy.
Here we will explain how and why we collect and use information about our users and how we take your privacy into account.
1. What is considered as personal information?
Personal information is information that can be linked to a physical individual. This can be, for example, your name, place of residence, phone number, e-mail address or your IP address.
Any collection, registration, assembly, storage and disclosure of personal data is called processing of personal data. All processing of personal data in Norway is subject to the Personal Data Act and the Datatilsynet enforces the legislation.
2. Who processes personal information?
Unified Messaging Systems ASA, as the Data Processor, is authorized to process personal information, and must ensure that personal data is processed in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rules, applicable to all European countries including Norway (as part of the EEA).
When you use our services, Unified Messaging Systems ASA is the responsible Data Processor and you are provided with one single point of contact regarding how we process your personal data.
3. What kind of information do we collect?
Information you provide to us
We store information when you send us an email or provide feedback through our services. We also store information that you register yourself in a comment box, a form or similar entities on our webpages.
Information collected through use of our services
We collect information about which of our websites you visit.
The information collected may be divided into the following types:
4. What do we use the information for?
We are constantly working to provide you with the best possible experience of our website and in your interactions with us.
We use your information to:
- Ensure the best possible user experience for you, including customizing the display of the content of your screen and the fastest possible loading of the pages.
- Generate statistics and understand market trends. We develop statistics and chart market trends to improve and further develop our webpages and offerings.
5. With whom do we share the information?
Your information will be shared with others when relevant to the purposes as described in this Privacy Statement. However, we do not share, sell or convey your personal information.
We enter into data processing agreements with those we share information with, that limits access to use of the information and determines obligations to comply with applicable privacy laws. Data that can be used to identify you will not be shared with other third parties without your explicit consent.
6. How can you manage, correct or delete information?
You can contact us if you wish to delete your information. We do not store personal information beyond the statutory duties we have.
When deleting cookies - note that you must follow the same process on all browsers you use and / or different computers or devices.
7. About children's privacy
As a rule, we do not want to collect or treat personal data about children under the age of 16 at any point, except when children with Facebook account comment on articles.
There are separate monitoring procedures for these comments. If children under the age of 16 have provided us with personal information in other contexts, we will delete the information as soon as we become aware of the relationship. Guardians can contact us as specified below.
8. Implementation of changes
We will periodically be able to update this privacy statement to reflect any changes to the site or our site policy.