Use of personal information
Sensitive personal information is never shared with third parties unless you explicitly consent to it, and we never collect personal information unless you have entered this information yourself when you have placed an order, participated in a survey or similar. Information is collected about names, addresses, postcodes, e-mail addresses, telephone numbers and survey responses where we obtain voluntary knowledge of various topics.
Personal information is used to implement the service for which the information is collected. The information is also used to get to know you and other users of the website better. This use may include studies and analyzes to improve and streamline our and our suppliers' marketing, our products, services and technologies, and to display content that is tailored to your interests.
Contact regarding personal data
As a user of Medicare's website, you have the right to demand transparency in the processing of personal data. You may also require corrections, restrictions, or deletion of personal data in accordance with GDPR. As a user you also have the right to delete your personal data and make extracts of the information that Medicera stored about you. Extracts can be done free of charge once a year. Other extracts cost SEK 1250 / pcs.
If you want to delete, edit or review consent and other personal information, you can reach Medicareinfo@medicera.com .
Protection of personal data
The legislation requires that your personal information be kept in a secure and confidential manner. We store your personal information on servers with high security levels that are located in controlled installations. All data transfer between the service and your browser is protected with HTTPS / SSL. Internal communication between different parts of the service also takes place over encrypted networks.
Personal information is deleted or anonymized when the purpose for which it was collected ends
We reserve the right to update and amend these guidelines for processing personnel data. If we do this, we will of course correct the date for "last updated" at the bottom of the web page. In case of major changes, we will notify you with a visible message on our website.
If you believe that Medicera has not complied with your GDPR rights, you have the right to appeal to the relevant regulatory authority. This is done by sending a complaint to the Data Inspectorate. Contact information is available at: www.datainspektionen.se.