Within the term website, in the following description it is referred to the webpages located in a specific domain, such as svenskdamtidning.se or mabra.com. Within the term webpage, it is referred to the individual, separate pages that like this page are grouped under a specific domain.
Some pages on our websites contain links to third party websites. These sites have their own privacy policies, and Aller Media is not responsible for their operations, including, but not limited to, their information practices. Users submitting information to or through these third party websites should review the privacy policies of these websites before any personal information is sent to them.
Aller Media and our service providers use so-called cookies on our websites. A cookie is a small text file sent from a website to your browser. The cookie cannot identify you personally, only the browser that is installed on your computer and that you use during the visit of the current web page (tablets and phones with Internet access are also included in this). Different cookies are therefore on different computers in case you use different computers to access our sites.
Cookies are sent to you from the website you visit (so-called first-party cookie) or another organization that provides services to the current site, such as analysis- and statistics companies (so-called third-party cookies). There are two types of cookies, one type is called session cookies and the other is called permanent cookie. A session cookie is sent to your computer for the webpages to function properly during your visit. A session cookie is not stored on your computer, but disappear when you close your browser. A permanent cookie is on the other hand stored on your computer and allows, for example, a webpage to recognize your computer's IP address and thus your browser the next time you log in. We use both session cookies and permanent cookies on our websites. They are needed mainly for the functionality of our services, to help us improve our delivery of products and services, give you extra functionality, or to help us target relevant and personalized ads to you.
Copyright and Trademarks
For all content, regardless of the form, on the Aller Media websites the copyright is of Aller Media. This means that all content in the form of, for example, various types of texts, films, articles, reports, audio loops, radio, brands, graphics and illustrations are legally protected by law (1960: 729) on copyright and trademark law (1960: 644) if nothing else is specified.
The material published by Aller Media's websites are Aller Media's property or property of a third party with which Aller Media cooperates, and may not be used by you beyond what is required for the webpages usage according to current conditions. Accordingly, you do not own the rights to copy, distribute, forward or otherwise make available any material without Aller Media's prior written consent.
Aller Media reserves the right, without limitation of time, to use and publish material submitted to the webpages from its visitors (so-called user-generated content described below) such as images, text comments and the like.
User Generated Content and Netiquette
With user-generated content we refer to all content that site visitors create or upload to the site. This means all content that is not created by Aller Media. For example, images and text uploaded in the form of comments to articles are user-generated content.
When you use the functionalities of the Aller Media websites where user-generated content can be created, such as forums, comments, blogs, etc. you, as an individual, contribute directly with content that you are responsible for, and that you as a user of the site can be held accountable for. For this content, the editorial responsibility that otherwise applies to the Aller Media sites does not apply. You do not have the guaranteed protection, and we cannot guarantee your anonymity even if we try to ensure it as much as possible.
User-generated content should under no circumstances include:
- Hate speech or other content of a racist or offensive nature.
- Offensive information such as defamation or insult, threats, personal attacks or offensive information.
- Invitation to a criminal act.
- Unlawful portrayal of violence, pornography or child pornography.
- Information that constitute copyright infringement.
- The spread of computer viruses and mass mailings, so-called spam.
- Program code that can be harmful and affect the site's functionality in any way.
- Promotions on sexual services, surveys, own contests, direct mail, mass mailing, private ads or the like.
Are you, as a user of the Aller Media websites, in any doubt about the meaning of what is stated above, please refrain from contributing content.
Aller Media has the right, but not the obligation, to immediately, completely or partially, remove or not transmit user-generated content that infringes with all or part of these conditions. In the event that such abuse would still arise, Aller Media is entitled to take the measures necessary to prevent abuse. Such measures may, among other things, include shutting down or employing restrictions for users or members. On more serious offenses legal action may be taken, in which Aller Media - if possible - in such cases, announces that measures are intended to be taken.
See paragraph Copyrights and Trademarks concerning rights for user-generated content.
Membership details on registration
In cases where the functionality of the sites require registration, it is imperative that you do not disclose your username and password to other people, and at all times control that unauthorized people can not use the information you provided in your registration in order to impersonate to be you. This is because you as a user are personally responsible for everything that is written and ordered from the registration you create. Do not forget to log out when you leave the computer, and be careful if you, for example, use the auto login
Aller Media reserves the right to refuse and remove inappropriate or offensive usernames.
In cases where functionality is maintained in cooperation with external providers it may lead to that previously registered information for any of the Aller Media websites cannot be used. In this case, the membership routines of the external partners apply. With functionality that takes place in cooperation with external providers, the following is intended, but also other forms of cooperation, - technical or commercial, relating to how the websites’ services work: Syndication of program code via RSS ("RDF Site Summary" or "Really Simple Syndication"), XML ("Extensible Markup Language"), so called iFrames or similar so-called web feeds that allow content or services of an external provider to be integrated presented via the website from Aller Media, called Syndication of content."
Collection of personal data
If you visit or register on our website, or otherwise use our services, you may submit information to us which constitute personal data under the Personal Data Act. This may include:
- Name and contact information including email address.
- Delivery information, billing information, payment information and other information you provide in connection with the purchase or supply of a product or service.
- Demographic information such as postcode, choices and interests.
- Other information relevant to customer surveys, advertisements and / or promotions.
- Other user-generated information you actively choose to share through our websites.
Regarding the collection of information via cookies, refer to the Concerning Cookies-section above.
Purpose of use of personal data
Our purpose in collecting and using personal information is to provide you access to information and services from newspapers or companies within the group Aller Media belongs to, or from a third party approved by Aller Media. Above all, we use your personal data to perform, improve and adapt to our commitments, products and services, manage subscriptions and customer relationships and provide marketing and direct marketing through post and digitally. Completing this through the gathering from and interconnection with other private and public records (e.g. SPAR) for example, when updating address information may occur. Aller Media's membership registry with personal data from websites or otherwise, is confidential.
To fulfil the purposes stated above, your personal data will be processed by us, but may also be disclosed to and processed by our group companies or our service providers, and partners approved by Aller Media. Your personal information is never passed on without a confidentiality agreement. Your personal information may also be disclosed to meet legal obligations and can be handed over to the police and other relevant authorities as permitted or required by law.
We are very dedicated to treating your data securely. To prevent unauthorized use or exposure of your personal information, we use reasonable physical, technical and organizational security measures in relation to the amount and sensitivity of personal data.
Control of Your Personal Information
Once per calendar year, you can request information about the personal data we have registered about you and how it is used, after a written, signed application addressed to us using the contact details below. You can at any time change your personal information in your account settings or request that personal information that is inaccurate, incomplete or misleading is corrected or deleted by contacting customer service as below. To protect your privacy and your personal data, we may require that you identify yourself in connection with our assistance.
End the use of personal data, etc.
251 85 Helsingborg
Tel +46 42-444 30 00
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Aller Media cannot be held responsible for damages that directly or indirectly are possibly caused by that you as a user use our sites. Aller Media makes no warranties regarding the availability or functionality.
Aller Media cannot be held responsible for the legality of the contents of the web pages we link to from our sites. We cannot guarantee that links published work.
Aller Media can also not be held responsible for any kind of loss that is related to your use of the content of the websites operated by Aller Media. This disclaimer includes both direct and indirect losses, including losses caused by operational disruptions, that the sites are not available, and the like.
Aller Media assumes no responsibility for the register of members in the event; sabotage / hacking or other impacts that are beyond our control, or event that is considered as force majeure.
Aller Media’s websites address the Swedish market and must therefore be assessed under Swedish law. The potential users outside the Swedish borders are responsible for following the rules, laws and regulations that are there at any given time.