The Swedish Companies Registration Office, the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth, the Swedish Tax Agency and Statistics Sweden (SCB) collect personal data from verksamt.se and from the services that each authority links to from verksamt.se. From verksamt.se, the authorities collect IP number, and information when you sign up for the newsletter.
Personal data is any information that can be used to identify an individual, such as name and contact details. When and how personal data may be used is regulated in the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR).
Depending on which of the services on verksamt.se you use, the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth, the Swedish Companies Registration Office, the Swedish Tax Agency or Statistics Sweden will be responsible for the personal data collected. You can see which authority is responsible in each case further down the page under the heading: Authorities responsible for processing personal data on verksamt.se.
Among other things, the authorities collect personal data via e-mail and when you send applications and other information through forms on verksamt.se.
Personal data can become public documents
This website handles information from Swedish authorities. This means that information sent to us is registered and becomes public documents that may be disclosed in accordance with the principle of public disclosure. This does not apply to intermediately stored data that is stored only as part of technical processing or technical storage.
All content in the chat is covered by the principle of public disclosure. Remember not to write any personal information. All posts are considered public documents and are saved. The posts may be released if someone requests them.
Authorities responsible for processing personal data on verksamt.se
Find the responsible authority for each service within verksamt.se, what legal basis they have for the processing, what rights you have regarding your data, and contact details for the data protection officers.
Click on the respective authority or the plus sign to the right to see the services and other information that the authority is responsible for.
Contact the Swedish Authority för Privacy Protection
If you are not satisfied with how the respective authority processes your personal data, you can contact the Swedish Authority for Privacy Protection (IMY). You can read more about the regulations regarding personal data on their website.