Privacy Policy

In this Privacy Policy you will find information about how The Astrid Lindgren Company AB (”we”) process your personal data. Your privacy is important to us and we always strive to be transparent about the processing we do in order for you to feel safe when in contact with us.

1. PERSONAL DATA CONTROLLER

The Astrid Lindgren Company AB (company registration number 556685-6166), address Stockholmsvägen 33, 181 33 Lidingö, is the personal data controller for the data processing described below.

 

2. CONTACT

If you wish to contact us about our personal data processing or if you have any questions about this policy, please contact us by email: info@astridlindgren.se or by phone: +46 (0)8 122 025 00.

 

3. WHICH PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING TO WE DO?

We process different types of personal data depending on the applicable context and purpose. Please see below a description in more detail of the processing we do in different situations:

4. COOKIES

Please find more information about cookies on our website here.

 

5. DO WE SHARE YOUR PERSONAL DATA?

We do not share your personal data other than when necessary to carry out our business and achieve the purposes of our processing, which may be the case to the following categories of recipients:

  • Other companies within our group;
  • Our business partners (such as publishers, licensees, illustrators, event partners and counsels)
  • Our business suppliers (such as IT system providers); and
  • Government bodies to which we are obligated to share your personal data (such as the Tax Authority).

6. TRANSFER OF PERSONAL DATA TO SO CALLED THIRD COUNTRIES (COUNTRIES OUTSIDE OF THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA – EEA):

Our personal data processing is mainly carried out in Sweden and the EU/EEA. If and to the extent transfer to a third country is necessary, such transfer is carried out in accordance with applicable legislation, by for example checking if the Commission has deemed that the third country in question has an adequate level of protection for personal data processing, by applying the Commission’s Standard clauses, or by asking for your consent.

 

7. WHICH RIGHTS DO YOU HAVE WHEN WE PROCESS YOUR PERSONAL DATA?

Upon request (to be put forward to our email address above) you have the right to:

  • Obtain a copy of your personal data being processed by us;
  • Demand rectification if your personal data is incorrect or incomplete;
  • Demand erasure (“right to be forgotten”) of your personal data if you show that the purpose of the processing is no longer allowed, necessary or proportionate given the circumstances;
  • Transfer personal data which you have provided us with to another data controller (”right to data portability”) provided the legal basis for our processing is to either fulfill an agreement with you, or your consent.
  • Restrict processing in certain cases where the legal basis for processing is legitimate interest; and
  • Reject processing which is carried out with legitimate interest as legal basis.

 

8. RIGHT TO LODGE A COMPLAINT TO THE DATA PROTECTION AUTHORITY

We hope that you will contact us if you have complaints about our processing of your personal data in order for us to try to meet your demands. You may also lodge a complaint regarding our processing to the Data Protection Authority, please see www.datainspektionen.se.

 

9. CHANGES TO THIS INTEGRITETY POLICY

We may change and update this Integrity Policy. The latest version will be published on our website.