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What information we collect
This website collects data both automatically and manually store data you as a user voluntarily provide us with. You have the right to both be informed what personal data we collect as well as to demand to have that data removed.
Data that may be collected automatically includes:
- Browser information
Data that may be collected from voluntary user-submissions may include:
- Email address
- Other information you choose to disclose
Note that by restricting or disabling cookies, some features and services provided by this website may not work as intended.
This website automatically collects visitor data provided by your browser. This information can include browser type, IP-address, hardware information, and browser history related to this website. This data may be used for tracking purposes by third parties such as Google Analytics.
This website offers the service of email subscriptions. This service is completely voluntary and you as a subscriber have the option to opt-out at any time. Upon subscribing to our email, you will provide us with your email address. This information will be stored for as long as you choose to not opt-out.
Should you choose to opt-out of our email subscription, the information you have provided will instantly be deleted. Just as you have the right to opt-out from our email subscription at any time, you also have the right to opt-in at any time.
Should you choose to contact us through the Contact Form or directly via our email address, you will provide us with your email address as well as any other information you may disclose during the correspondence. When using the Contact Form, you are also required to disclose your name.
If not otherwise agreed upon, this information will not be shared with a third party and will be deleted when it no longer becomes necessary to keep. Should you agree to share your information with a third party, you have the right to revoke that consent at any time. However, know that the information already shared with the said third party during the time of consent may not be under our control anymore and you may have to contact the third party in question to manage the information that has been shared. Help to get in touch with said parties will be provided to our fullest extent.
We offer the option to share user-submitted content through comments. To leave a comment you will be asked to fill in personal information including name, email, and URL. This information will be stored on this site for future use and will not be leased, sold, traded, or otherwise shared with a third party. Your email address will not be displayed and seen by other visitors or commenters.
Please refer to our Terms and Conditions for our website’s guidelines regarding user-submitted content. We are not responsible for any user-submitted content and we reserve the rights to change, remove, and prohibit any content not compliant with our guidelines.
For your safety be aware of what you share in the comments as it is viewable by all visitors to the website. If you share any personal and/or sensitive information in the comments, we are not responsible for any harm or other consequences that may occur as a result of that. Additionally, we are not able to fully ensure the content shared in the comments is safe, such as links, and therefore we urge you to be cautious. If you were to find a comment with harmful content, or accidentally share personal and/or sensitive information, and would like help to remove it, please contact us as soon as possible via [email protected].
Monitoring and deletion of comments
This website and its comment section are bound by the Swedish act (1998:112) on Responsibility for Electronic Bulletin Boards (SFS 1998:112 Lag om ansvar för elektroniska anslagstavlor; Eng.: SFS 1998:112 Act on Responsibility for Electronic Bulletin Boards (unofficial English translation)) which governs any form of electronic bulletin boards on this website such as the comment sections on each post.
The people behind naemiansovald.com is thus bound to do the following:
- Disclose the identity of the providers and responsible parties behind the electronic bulletin board (see: About-page)
- Inform users of the extent submitted messages may be accessed by other users
- Monitor and oversee the activity and messages submitted and interacted with on said electronic bulletin board
- Remove and otherwise prohibit the spread of messages including:
- Copyright infringement
- Discrimination and racial agitation
- Instigation of rebellion (a lesser form of treason; not to be confused with general protesting and freedom of speech)
- Child pornography
- Illegal description of violence
Note that we reserve the right to include other subjects and areas to prohibit and remove in addition to the above mentioned, though they may not necessarily be required by law, but this website’s own rules and guidelines of etiquette. Please refer to the Terms and Conditions to read the full extent of what we allow and do not allow in our comment section.
As this is a Swedish law we are bound to follow this and comply with its demands, but please note that while we are required to monitor the electronic bulletin boards on this website, we are not responsible for what the messages and comments might state. Meaning that while we can make ourselves guilty of breaking the act (1998:112) on Responsibility for Electronic Bulletin Boards, the author of the comment/message is responsible for its content and can thus be charged with a crime regarding it.
Hence we have chosen to monitor this website’s electronic bulletin boards by requiring comments and messages to be reviewed by us before publishing, and thus take the liberty to not publish, or remove certain content, from comments and messages. You have the right to an explanation of our decision, although one will not be provided automatically, and you may instead contact us to formally request one.
This website and all content on, it including that on electronic bulletin boards, is protected by the Swedish law of free speech which stands above the act (1998:112) on Responsibility for Electronic Bulletin Boards, and we and our users have thus no right to censor anyone just because we like to.
OBS: the field of free speech and censorship is a tricky one, and it’s easy to confuse the difference of opinions with free speech infringement or discrimination and threats. Thus, we reserve the right to have the final say in what is deemed appropriate and not to be posted on electronic bulletin boards on this website. Please refer to the Terms and Conditions to view the full list of guidelines for user-submitted content and don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions or requests of clarification.
How we handle the information we collect
We collect your information to provide you with the best experience possible. To do this we may use your information for the following:
- To present website content properly and effectively according to your circumstances
- Analytic purposes
- Website upkeep
- Send subscription emails
- Send inquiry and support emails
- Usage of comments
- To protect visitors and users from harm and illegalities
- To notify of security alerts
We do not lease, sell, trade, or otherwise share the personal data we collect, and you provide. Our goal in collecting this information is to ensure the best user experience and to provide you with our services.
When we share your information
Although we don’t lease, sell, trade, or otherwise share the personal information we collect, certain circumstances may arise where we are obliged to do so. Such circumstances may include:
- If the user has given their consent to do so
- If required so by law or any other legal obligation applies
- If to ensure the safety of the people behind this website, any user(s), or another third party
Any user affected by this will be informed by the possible sharing of their personal information unless explicitly prevented by any legal obligations.
This website works together with and uses services provided by trusted third parties. We do this to ensure your and other visitors and users the best experience possible. This means that some personal data you provide may safely be shared with said third parties. This you will be informed about.
Third parties we work with that may take part in information includes:
- Google Analytics
Affiliate marketing and outbound links
This website may partake in affiliate programs and engage in affiliate marketing. This means that you are provided with a link to a trusted affiliate offering a resource and/or service. You are offered to, at no extra cost to you, partake in what may be offered, which result in a small commission to us. This is completely voluntary, and we will tell you when an affiliate link is present. Upon following the affiliate link, a cookie is sent to you to track sales and commissions for analytic and statistical purposes.
This website may have outbound links redirecting you away from this website. These are carefully selected and regarded as secure by the people managing this website. Although we do our best to provide safe and secure links, we are not responsible for the actions of the linked websites. If you are unsure of the safety of the link, we recommend you choose not to follow it and always take the necessary security measures to keep yourself safe.
This website is governed by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR governs and discloses how personal information (data) regarding the citizens of the European Union (EU) is to be handled. These regulations include but is not limited to, your rights as a subject, our responsibilities as controllers as well as what happens if the GDPR should be violated.
Your right and our obligations concerning includes:
- Your right to information
- Your right to consent
- Your right to rectification
- Your right to object
- Your right to erasure
- Your right to limitation of processing
- Your right to data portability
- Your right to reject automated decision-making, including profiling
- Your right to damages
- Your right to file complaints
Please see the section Your rights for detailed information on what these rights include and what our obligations are concerning them.
GDPR and children
Per the GDPR, we comply with Article 8: Conditions applicable to child’s consent in relation to information society services. This states that children under the age of 16 cannot lawfully give consent to the collection and processing of their personal data without the approval of a legal guardian. Member states of the EU may by law enforce a lower age of consent, but not under the age of 13.
We do not knowingly collect and/or process data belonging to and/or related to people under the age of consent without proper approval. If you are under the age of 13 (or 16 where applicable), please consult your legal guardian before using our website and services. If suspected that such data has been collected and/or processed, please inform us so the necessary action can be taken to correct the error.
We are obligated to follow and uphold the rules and guidelines provided by the GDPR. If you have any questions and inquiries regarding this, please contact us via [email protected].
We respect your privacy and know that your personal data is yours alone and do our best to help you keep control over it. As you have the right to share any personal data you want, you also have the right to decide what happens to it.
Your rights include:
- The right to information – you have the right to know what personal data we collect from you and for what purpose. You also have the right to know if a security breach has occurred and the details of the damages within 24 hours.
- The right to consent – you have the right to give and retract consent to the collection and processing of your personal data at any time.
- The right to rectification – you have the right to demand incorrect personal data to be updated and upon the update be informed of this. You have the right to add relevant data. You also have the right to be informed of who else has this data. This applies as long as the task does not require unnecessary effort or proves to be impossible.
- The right to object – you have the right to object to the use of your personal data. Certain instances may overrule this objection such as when legally required to and for historical and/or research purposes. You always have the right to object to your data being used for direct marketing.
- The right to erasure – you have the right to be forgotten under any of the following circumstances. We are also required to inform any third party to which the personal data may have been given as long as it is possible and within reasonable amounts of effort.
- If the data is no longer needed
- If you withdraw consent for any reason
- If required so by law or the data is unlawfully processed
- If the data belongs or relates to a child and was collected upon the creation of a profile or account
- The right to limitation of processing – you have the right to, in certain cases, request your personal data to be processed within certain limitations. This means that the particular data will be limited for certain processing going forward. Such an instance may be when data is to be investigated and changed due to potential inaccuracy. You have the right to be informed when the limitation is lifted.
- The right to data portability – you have the right to request that the data you voluntarily have given be given to you and be used on another platform. This under certain circumstances. If applicable, we must assist with this and ease the process.
- The right to reject automated decision-making, including profiling – you have the right to reject being subjected to automatic decision-making and profiling. Automated decision-making is when you don’t actively decide regarding the collection and/or processing of your personal data which can be pre-filled boxes or forms. There may be instances where automatic decision-making is allowed to agree upon or carry out an agreement between you and us. You have the right to be informed of this.
- The right to damages – you have the right to receive damages if it were to be proven you have been inflicted harm due to your personal data having been processed wrongfully and in violation of the GDPR. You may also have the right to damages if proven that we acted outside the agreement and promises done to you by us. You have the right to take legal action based on your claims if you should need to.
- The right to file complaints – you have the right at any time file a complaint to the appropriate authority if you suspect your personal data is not being processed right or are in violation of the laws and our policies. In Sweden, the responsible authority is the Swedish Data Protection Authority.
Children under the age of 13
Per the GDPR, we do not knowingly process personal data belonging to and/or related to children under the age of 13. If you are a child below 13, please consult your legal guardian and ask for their permission before using our website and services.
If you know or suspect data regarding a child under 13 has been collected and/or processed without proper consent, please inform us so the necessary action can be taken to correct the error.
Our security measures
We regularly check our website for security alerts and issues and take the necessary action to prevent and fix any issues that may occur.
We use an SSL certificate to keep this website and the data it may process safe and secure.
We are also required to follow the Swedish law and the rules, regulations, and restrictions that it enforces.
For any questions regarding our guidelines and liabilities, please refer to our Terms and Conditions.
For any further questions and inquiries, please contact us at [email protected].