Fabege AB (publ) appreciates your interest in our company and for visiting our website. Please read this website policy here, we want you to feel secure and that we respect your privacy. In visiting the website, you accept this website policy.
General information about the website policy
The website policy explains how the information on fabege.se may be used in order not to infringe copyright or contravene the rules on linking to the website.
The section on “Fabege AB policy on protection of privacy” explains how your personal data are handled, i.e. information which can identify you as a user.
Using our information
The information on the website is general and should not be used as a single and sole basis for decisions on important matters. Fabege AB endeavours to keep the website correct, complete and up to date at all times. However, typographical errors, external factors and technical faults may result in misleading information. Fabege AB is consequently unable to guarantee and accept responsibility for the information being correct, complete and up to date.
The contents of the website are owned by Fabege AB and are covered by Swedish and international legislation. All rights reserved.
Unauthorised use or distribution of the contents of the website may infringe copyright, trademark and/or other Swedish or international legislation and may become the subject of legal action. The contents of this website may not be modified, sent, recreated, published, licensed, transferred or sold without the prior written consent of Fabege AB. The website may contain pictures which belong to other copyright holders.
All links to the website must be to the homepage unless otherwise agreed with Fabege AB’s head of corporate communications. When a link is made, all material from the website must be opened in a separate window and must not be displayed in conjunction with a trademark or logo from another website.
Information on Fabege’s processing of your personal data
When you visit and use services at fabege.se, we will process personal data about you.
Personal information is information that can identify you, such as your name, address, email address, telephone number, logs from your web browser, your IP address and cookie information, that is not public in other places. Fabege AB uses the information for the following purposes: improve website content, generate user statistics, meet your requests regarding products and services, and improve our services.
In the following information, you can read about how and why we process your personal data and what rights you have regarding our processing.
Fabege AB (publ) corp. reg. no. 556049–1523 is data controller when it comes to processing your personal data.
Fabege takes no responsibility for your privacy on, or the content of, external websites to which there may be links on our website. Fabege AB does not sell the information to a third party.
What personal data about you do we process?
We process personal data when you (i) register for our subscription service for newsletters or financial information, (ii) report an error/fault or express interest, or (iii) ask us questions/ask us for information. Such personal data is made up of the data you provide in connection with the services, such as name, email address, telephone number and any other information that you voluntarily submit to us.
Why do we process your personal data?
We process your personal data for the purposes and in accordance with the legal grounds stated below only.
|Purpose of the processing
|Legal grounds for the processing
|Administrating and providing subscription service for newsletters and/or financial information.
|The processing is necessary to meet our agreement, i.e. to provide newsletters/financial information as you have requested.
|Getting in touch with you as requested when you express interest and helping you in line with your wishes.
|The processing is necessary for our and your justifiable interest in helping you find suitable premises.
|Contacting you as per your error/fault notification and helping you in line with your wishes.
|The processing is necessary for our and your justifiable interest in providing fully functional premises.
|Contacting you and answering the questions you have asked us.
|The processing is necessary for our and your justifiable interest in helping you in line with your request.
|Improving website content, user statistics and improving our services.
|The processing is necessary for our justifiable interest in following up and improving our website and services.
Who gets access to your personal data?
To fulfil the purposes presented above, we may need to share your personal data with suppliers that provide services to us, such as those administrating subscription services and those in charge of operation and support for our systems. We continue to be responsible for the processing of your personal data that our suppliers perform on our behalf, and the suppliers may not use the personal data for purposes other than those we specify.
How long do we save your personal data?
We will process your personal data until you unsubscribe from the subscription service. This can be done in the emails and texts we send you, or via our website. If you have expressed interest or asked us questions, we process your personal data during the period when we are administrating the matter.
When we have finished our processing, we will also erase your personal data, unless there are legal grounds for keeping them (e.g. for the purposes necessary if you are a Fabege tenant).
You have certain rights under GDPR when it comes to your personal data:
- Right of access – You are entitled to receive certain information on our processing of your personal data. Such information is provided via this information document. You are also entitled to access a copy of the personal data we process about you.
- Right to rectification – You are entitled to have incorrect personal data about you rectified.
- Right to erasure – Under certain circumstances you are entitled to have your personal data erased. This is usually known as “the right to be forgotten”. The right to erasure is, however conditional, and a request can be submitted without measures being taken.
- Right to restriction of processing – Under certain circumstances you are entitled to demand that the processing of your personal data be restricted. The right to restriction of processing is, however conditional, and a request can be submitted without measures being taken.
- Right to data portability – You are entitled to receive details of the personal data you have submitted to us (or request transfer of the data directly from us to a new data controller) in a structured, generally used and machine-readable format.
- Right to object – You are entitled to object to our processing of your personal data if we are processing it for direct marketing purposes.
If you have any questions on our processing of your personal data or wish to invoke your rights, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You are also entitled to make complaints concerning our personal data processing to the supervisory authority. You can find their contact information here (in Swedish): https://www.datainspektionen.se
This website uses what are known as cookies.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that the website you are visiting saves on your computer. Cookies are used on many websites to give you as a visitor access to various functions. It is possible to use the information in the cookie to follow a user’s surfing. There are two types of cookies.
There are two types of cookies. One saves a file for a longer period on your computer and is there to make the individual user’s activities easier. It is used, for example, in functions that require the user to log in, register or order something from the website. Further, cookies are used to measure the number of page views and visitors for our internal statistics systems and for our supplier of such an external system. The information that is gathered regarding statistics is anonymous and does not contain name, email address or any other data that can be linked to a specific person. The second type of cookie is called a session cookie. While the visitor is surfing a page, this cookie is temporarily stored in their computer’s cache memory, to remember which language has been chosen, for example. Session cookies are not stored for long on your computer; instead, they disappear when you close your browser.
We use both types of cookies to make it easier for you to use our pages. If you do not wish to allow cookies, you can add a block for these in your browser (the means of controlling cookies may vary somewhat between different versions of web browsers). If you use Internet Explorer, do the following: Go to Tools: Options, Secrecy tab and click Advanced. There, you can choose whether you want to accept or deny cookies, or if you want to be asked wherever cookies occur.
|Type of cookie and function
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|These cookies are used to gather information on how the visitors use our website. We use information to be able to further develop and improve. The information is gathered in anonymous form. What is stored is information on the number of visitors, where the visitors come from and which pages they visited.
|Used to hide the text about cookies to visitors who have already closed it.
|Use to gather visitor statistics for our premises with the aim of improving our leasing process.
|The cookies is used to gather information on how visitors use our website. What is stored is information on which pages are visited.
|When you leave the webpage
|Gives the visitor a session ID.
|Until the end of the session.