Our Privacy Policy

Our Privacy Policy2018-05-30T14:46:20+00:00

1. General

By visiting our website, you are accepting the terms of this policy for handling personal data and cookies in connection with your use of the website. Boardic AB, corporate ID number 556795-5645, is responsible for the website. If you wish to contact us or have any questions, please e-mail norrkoping@boardic.com. See the website for other contact details.

2. Cookies

Boardic.com uses cookies. Read more about how we use cookies here.

3. Personal data

The personal data we process is the data that you choose to give to us if, for example you contact us via the form on the website, by phone or by e-mail. We will use this data to manage and respond to your request in the best way. Personal data may be shared with our business partners in a way and to the extent required to enable us to fulfil our commitments to you, such as sending you newsletters.

If you have registered with us you are entitled to know which data we have saved about you, to have any incorrect data amended or to request that data be deleted.
Boardic AB is the data controller. If you have any questions about the processing of personal data or a request as described in the paragraph above, please contact norrkoping@boardic.com.

4. Intellectual property rights

All material on the website (including texts, images, brands as well as the design and graphic profiles) belongs to Boardic AB or our business partners. Any use of the material, except for that required to use the website, or copying of the material by you, a user, requires the written consent of Boardic AB. Any use that breaches these terms may result in legal consequences.

5. Responsibility

Boardic AB takes no responsibility for and neither does it guarantee the quality, functionality or accessibility of the website or its content. In cases where we refer to a third party, we are not responsible for the material or content on the third party’s website.

6. Applicable law

In the event of a dispute regarding these terms, Swedish law shall be applied with the exception of its conflict rules and Norrköping District Court shall be the court of first instance.