Tourn Media AB (hereinafter "Tourn", "we") is personally responsible for the personal data processed within the company. Tourn determines the purpose of the treatment and the way in which treatment is to be done.
WHAT IS A PERSONAL DUTY AND WHAT CONTAINS PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA?
Personal data are all kinds of information that can be linked directly or indirectly to a physical person in your life. Examples of personal data are name, social security number, e-mail address, phone number, pictures and IP-number. Processing of personal data means all types of personal data handling, such as collection, registration, storage, transfer and deletion.
WHAT PERSONAL PERSONS DO WE TAKE?
The Tourn treats many different personal data and which they depend on in what property you came into contact with us.
If you are influencers at Tourn, we process the personal information we need to make payments, reports to the tax office and information to carry out sales engagement with trademarks. For example, name, social security number, address, e-mail address, phone number, bank account number, image, short presentation about you. The processing is necessary for us to exercise our legal obligations to pay your compensation to you as well as to report to the authorities, as well as to fulfill our mission of finding new potential partners to you.
Customers and Suppliers:
For example, if you are a customer of us or if you are a supplier to us, we will handle the name, social security number, address, e-mail address, telephone number and correspondence. We process these personal data in order to fulfill our agreement with you in order to fulfill our legal obligations.
HOW AND FROM WHAT SOURCES ARE THE COMPOUNDS INCLUDED?
We collect information about you when you register on our website, mail or through agreements. We collect the information you feed yourself into the system or send to us. For example, be name, social security number, address, e-mail address and professional title. If you are registered influencers with us through our system, further information about you will be generated in our system, such as your salary specifications, your employment number and your control details. We will also collect information about you when you contact us regarding matters related to your account with us.
In addition to the information you provide to us or as we collect by using our services or corresponding with us, we may also collect information from a third party. Information we collect from third parties is, for example, credit information from credit reporting companies and address data from public records.
We also collect information about you using cookies on our websites.
WHAT DO WE USE THE DATA TO?
In order for us to process your personal information, there is a need for support in current legislation, a so-called legal basis. In order for our processing of personal data to be legally required, one of the following grounds is met:
The processing is necessary in order for us to fulfill the agreement with you.
The processing is necessary in order for us to fulfill a legal obligation that owes us.
The processing is necessary to meet the legitimate interests of Tourn and that your interest in privacy protection does not weigh heavier (a so-called balance of interest).
Below is a summary of the purposes for which we process your personal data and for what legal reason we do this.
In order to offer our service to enable individuals to carry out promotional assignments with trademarks that joined the Tourn.
Categories of personal data
Name, social security number, address, e-mail address, telephone number, bank account number, credit information, salary details, correspondence and photo.
Examples of treatment:
Payment of bank account remuneration after cooperation has been completed.
Presentation for customer for cooperation.
Name of reporting after cooperation.
Legal basis: Compliance with contract and legal obligation.
The treatment is necessary for us to be able to conclude our agreement with influencers and administer the administration that is attached to it. In addition, treatment is necessary in order to fulfill our legal obligations as an employer towards influencers and third parties.
In order to fulfill the agreement with our client regarding the assignment that the influencer performs.
Categories of personal data
Name, address, e-mail address, telephone number, social security number, organization number (eg private company), correspondence, invoice information, contractual information.
Examples of treatment
Procurement and signing of contracts.
Legal basis: Completion of agreement.
The processing is necessary in order for us to enter into and fulfill our agreement with our customer.
In order to fulfill our legal obligations.
Categories of personal data
Name, address, e-mail address, social security number, employment number, professional title, salary details, benefits / expenses, pension information, insurance information, sick leave, working hours and other tasks that are traditionally present in an employment.
Examples of treatment
Accounting and reporting of taxes, employers' fees, VAT, etc.
Reporting of working hours to Försäkringskassan.
Issuance of employer's certificate.
Legal basis: Legal obligation.
The processing is necessary in order for us to fulfill our legal obligations under law or other constitution, government regulations, decisions, requests or guidelines regarding e.g. accounting, tax matters and obligations linked to our responsibility as an employer.
In order to handle client support issues (customer service).
Categories of personal data
Name, social security number, address, e-mail address, telephone number, correspondence, invoice information, contractual information, salary details, computer and browser information etc.
Examples of treatment
Communication and correspondence with influencers, customers and stakeholders via phone, email, chat or social media.
Answers to inquiries, handling of complaints and disputes, counseling, technical support, etc.
Legal basis: Completion of agreements and legitimate interest.
The processing is necessary for us to fulfill our agreement with the influencers and our agreement with the customer. In addition, the processing is necessary in order to meet our interests and our contractors' interests in maintaining a good customer service.
In order to market our services through direct marketing and remarketing.
Categories of personal data
Name, email address, IP number, technical data about computer and web browser.
Posting of direct marketing by email.
Legal basis: legitimate interest.
The processing is necessary to meet the Tourn's legitimate interest in being able to market existing or new services and to inform about new events.
WHY CAN WE COMPLETE TO DELIVER YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
In some cases, we may share your personal information with other legal entities.
Companies within the same group as Tourn
As we have certain Group-wide functions within our Group, we may share your personal data with other companies within the Group.
Other legal entities who are independent personally responsible
We share your personal information with other independent personal data administrators, ie companies or authorities that decide on how to process the information provided to them. Thus, when personal data is shared with other independent personal data administrators, their privacy policies and procedures apply.
The independent personally responsible personally we may share your personal information with are:
Government authorities, such as Skatteverket, Kronofogdemyndigheten, Försäkringskassan, the Police and the Work Environment Authority, if we are required to do so by law, in order to fulfill our employer responsibilities or suspected crime.
Companies or other legal persons whom you as an influencer have performed assignments in order to fulfill our employment contract with you and our agreement with the customer.
Personal Data Assistants
In order for us to offer our services and fulfill our obligations under the agreement with you, we will share some of your personal information with companies that help us with marketing, IT solutions and more. These companies are personal information assistants and we sign an agreement with them to ensure that they only process your information according to our instructions and for the purpose they were collected.
Third country suppliers
We always strive to retain the personal data we process in the EU / EEA. However, some of our suppliers operate outside this area, in a so-called third country. If we transfer your personal data to third countries, we take appropriate safeguards to ensure that the level of protection is the same as within the EU / EEA. Examples of such safeguards are approved code of conduct in the recipient country, standard contract clauses, binding company internal rules and privacy shield.
HOW LONG WE DO WE SAVE YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
We save your personal information as long as it is necessary to fulfill the purpose for which the data was collected. The data we collect and generated when using our services is treated for different purposes, therefore they are also stored for a long time depending on what they are used for and how our legal obligations look. For example, be as long as we need to fulfill our mission towards you, in order to handle it, it is required to meet certain statutory storage times for, for example, accounting.
HOW DO WE PROTECT YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
We take appropriate technical and organizational security measures to ensure that all information we treat is protected from unauthorized or unauthorized access, but also from loss, destruction or other damage. Only those administrators who have access to our systems have access to your personal data and their handling of the information is strictly regulated in internal control documents.
YOUR RIGHTS REGISTERED
You as registered have a number of rights attached to our processing of your personal data under current legislation. Below we list your rights and what they mean. At the end of the document, our contact information is available for your rights.
We will process your request without unnecessary delay and usually within one month. Please note that we may need additional information from you to ensure your identity and make sure that the request comes from the right person.
Right of access (register extract)
You are entitled to request information about which of your personal data we process, a so-called registry extract. Requests for registries must be made in writing, signed by you and posted to the address at the end of this document. The registry extract will be sent to your people's mailing address.
Right to rectification
If the personal data associated with you is incorrect, you are entitled to request correction of these. You also have the right to supplement such personal information as you deem missing and which are relevant to the purpose of the treatment. You also have the option of updating your information on our website in logged-in mode.
If personal information is corrected upon your request, we will inform those we have provided the information for corrections, however, only if such notification will not prove impossible or cause disproportionate effort. We will also ask you to inform you about who we provided the information to.
Right to erasure
You are entitled to request that your personal information with us be deleted. There are some cases where personal data must be deleted:
if the data is no longer needed for the purposes for which they were collected
if the treatment is based solely on consent and the consent is revoked by you
If the treatment is for direct marketing and you oppose such treatment
if you oppose a treatment that takes place with interest weighting as a legal basis and there are no justifiable reasons that weigh heavier than your interest
if personal data is processed in violation of current legislation
If deletion is required to fulfill a legal obligation
if your personal data is collected about a child under the age of 13 who you have the parent responsibility for and collection in connection with the provision of information society services.
There may be legal obligations that prevent us from deleting certain personal data. These obligations may arise from, for example, accounting, tax or consumer law. It may also be that processing is necessary for us to determine, enforce or defend legal claims.
If personal information has been deleted at your request, we will inform those we have disclosed the data to the deletion, however, only if such notification will not prove impossible or cause disproportionate effort. We will also ask you to inform you about who we provided the information to.
Right to limit treatment
You may, in some cases, request that the personal data processing we make will be limited. This means that personal data will be marked to be used for some limited purposes only.
The right to a limitation applies, for example, if you requested a correction of your personal information. In these cases, you may also request that our processing of personal data be restricted during the investigation of the accuracy of personal data. You may also claim the right if you oppose a treatment that is being conducted with interest weighting as a legal basis and you want the treatment limited during the investigation of whose legitimate reasons weigh heaviest.
If personal data is limited to your request, we will inform those we have disclosed the information to a limitation, however, only if such notification will not prove impossible or cause disproportionate effort. We will also ask you to inform you about who we provided the information to.
Right to object
You are entitled to object to the processing of personal data that we make based on interest balance. In such an objection, we may continue processing only if we can show that there are compelling reasons for the processing of personal data, and these reasons weigh heavier than your interests. We may also continue to process the data to determine, exercise or defend legal claims.
If your personal data is processed for direct marketing, you are always entitled to object to the treatment at any time. Direct marketing refers to all types of outreach marketing measures, such as by mail, email and text message. If you oppose direct marketing, we will discontinue processing of your personal information for that purpose.
Right to data portability
If you have provided personal information to us, you may, under certain conditions, have the right to obtain and use these personal data with another personally responsible person. In order for you to avail of this right to data portability, the request must relate to such information as you have provided to us and which we treat with the consent of you or for the performance of an agreement. Thus, the right to data portability does not apply to personal data treated with interest-bearing or legal obligation.
If you believe your personal data is processed in violation of current legislation, you are entitled to file a complaint with Tourn or to the Privacy Authority.
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CONTACT DETAILS FOR PERSONAL WARRANTIES
Tourn Media AB
114 35 Stockholm
Organization Number: 556972-1821
E-mail address: [email protected], [email protected]
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