Updated on Tuesday, June 1st, 2021
The purpose of this privacy statement is to set out how Amniotics treats certain information that is given to us when you use our website. Some of the data that our website collects is collected automatically and some is collected when you enter your contact information onto certain parts of the website.
This policy will explain, how Amniotics handles particular kinds of data.
Cookies – Information that is collected automatically
A cookie is a small piece of software that is inserted onto your browser that permits our website to recognize that you have been here before. This process is automatic and it is stored on your computer. If you do not want cookies to be stored on your computer, you can configure your browser not to accept cookies. Check in your browser’s help menu for instructions about how to deactivate cookies or instructions on how to do this are available on the web, where you can also find information about how cookies work.
For such web use statistics, third-party cookies are used by Amniotics. With such tools website owners can improve their websites. As a third party (for instance Google) provides third-party cookies. These are not created by Amniotics.
Amniotics website uses third-party cookies that are common on websites. A cookie from Amniotics cannot access information on the user’s computer, and it cannot spread computer viruses or any other harmful software. Cookies can identify an IP address but otherwise do not allow us to identify any individual user.
- Measure how often a visitor has been on the site and when the visitor’s first and last visit took place.
- Measure how much time a visitor spends on www.amniotics.com
This cookie expires after 30 minutes.
Amniotics also uses data from:
- “Analytics” that employ cookies that provide information to us on how long a user of www.amniotics.com spends on the website and which browser the user has used. This cookie is deleted after 2 years. This time period is set out by Google.
- “Search” that provides similar data to Google Analytics, but this cookie is deleted as soon as the user closes the search session.
Subscribe – Information that is collected by us if you ask us for it on our web site
On the Investor and Media section of our website there is a template that permits you to enter your details and in particular, you can enter:
- Your e-mail address
- And which releases you want from us.
We store all this information internally so that we can then send out information to you when there are developments in the company that you may want to know about. We do not use this data for anything else and no one outside the investor relations function of Amniotics has access to this on a routine basis.
If you want to stop receiving this information from us, please let us know using the e-mail set out on that section of our website after which we will delete the information that is on the mailing list and ensure that you are not contacted again.
You are always welcome to sign up again.
Partnering Inquiries – Information that is collected and stored if you make a partnering inquiry
On the Partnering section of our website there is an e-mail address where you are invited to send any Partnering inquiries.
These e-mails are sent directly to our COO and Head of Business Development. Some of these e-mails can be forwarded to other people within the company, where it is relevant. The company stores a selection of these e-mails if they are relevant for the company’s present or future activities.
Except where specifically retained, the normal practice is to delete this e-mail once it has been responded to save for the normal back up of the IT system.
Employment – Information that is collected if you apply for a position.
Applications that are advertised on the website
On the career section of the website, we will occasionally set out positions that are open in the company and you are welcome to apply using the contact details that are set out on the advertisement.
In order to ensure compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), we have a strict procedure for handling information that is supplied to us during an application process.
What is the legal basis for the treatment?
In order for Amniotics to be able to handle applications submitted by the registrants, conduct interviews and make decisions in a recruitment procedure, Amniotics must process certain personal data. The basis for this treatment is the balancing of interests and the conclusion of agreements.
What personal data is processed and who is the recipient?
Personal data processed by Amniotics includes name, date of birth, address, information about experience and skills, any photography, etc. In these cases, automated decision-making, including profiling, may occur.
Those who receive the information are mainly the HR manager, managers and hired recruitment companies. In cases where recruitment companies handle the recruitment, a personal data assistant agreement is always drawn up with the external actor, please see below about Amniotics routines for this.
For what purposes is personal data processed?
In order for Amniotics to be able to handle applications, interviews and decision-making in a recruitment procedure, we collect and process personal data.
How long is the personal data stored?
Amniotics never stores data longer than necessary for the purposes of the processing. Amniotics therefore performs regular thinning among stored personal data and deletes the data that is no longer needed. However, Amniotics may need to store the personal data after the recruitment process is completed if we deem it necessary to save them to handle legal claims that may be directed against Amniotics. The storage period is therefore 2 years.
General Contact Information – Information that is collected if you ask a general question.
On our website there is an e-mail address where you are invited to send any general questions that you have to email@example.com
This e-mail is sent to the COO and is reviewed periodically. The e-mail will be forwarded to the relevant person in the company if that is relevant. The e-mail is then deleted from the general in-box unless there is a specific reason to retain it.
Except where specifically retained, the normal practice is to delete this e-mail save for the normal back up of the system.
Privacy and GDPR
This Privacy Statement explains how we process your personal information. We respect your privacy and are committed to protecting your personal information.
If you have a general question about privacy or have a query related to GDPR, please use the general contact e-mail address and it will be forwarded to person responsible for review.
The entity responsible for the processing of your personal information is:
22381 Lund, Sweden
Company nr: 559024-6558
Tel: +46 (0) 72-327 85 20
The contact details with regards to data privacy are as follows:
Personal information submitted on our website will be kept confidential and will only be used for the purposes specified in this Privacy Statement or in relevant parts of the website.
We may use your personal information to:
- Provision of our service: Personal data is used in order to contact you if you subscribe to the e-mail alerts service, which is available on the Investors and News section of our website.
We do not disclose any of the information we have collected about you unless we have your permission, or where we are required or permitted to do so by law. From time to time, we may use companies to help us manage our website. We will ensure that any information transferred outside your country of residence, will be treated in accordance with this Privacy Statement. Additionally, such transfer will only be made if appropriate safeguards are in place e.g. by use of EU Model Clauses for data transfer, a copy of which can be obtained by contacting us or by the EU-US Privacy Shield certification.
You may request us to:
- Provide you with information on the personal data that are being processed about you; the purposes of the processing; the categories of recipients of the data; and any available information as to the source of such data;
- Correct, erase or block personal data we hold about you if these turn out to be inaccurate or misleading; or
- Discontinue the processing of personal data relating to you.
You may always lodge a complaint with a data protection supervisory authority, e.g. The Swedish Data Protection Authority, https://www.government.se/government-agencies/the-swedish-data-protection-authority/
You can take steps to exercise your rights by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
+46 (0) 72-3278520