The personal data which you provide within the scope of your relationship with Immunicum AB (publ), reg.no 556629-1786, (“Immunicum”) and/or in the context of visiting Immunicum’s website (currently www.immunicum.com) will be registered and processed by Immunicum and/or its data processors. Personal data will be processed in accordance with the Swedish Personal Data Act (Sw. personuppgiftslagen, SFS 1998:204).
Immunicum is the data controller in relation to all personal data provided by you. Immunicum processes your personal data within the scope of its business activities and business purposes. Personal data is stored and processed in Immunicum’s IT-system, which may be wholly or partially administered by data processors located within or outside of the European Economic Area. Personal data will be processed for the purposes of administering your relationship with Immunicum, analyzing and improving Immunicum’s website (which may include transferring personal data to third parties) and providing you with relevant information about Immunicum. You are at all times entitled to demand that your personal data is not used for advertising purposes.
By registering as a subscriber to newsletters or press releases from Immunicum, you confirm that you consent to Immunicum processing your personal data in order to do so.
You are entitled to receive information from Immunicum regarding which of your personal data Immunicum processes. A request for such information shall be made in writing, contain your name and personal identity number and must be signed by you. You are also entitled to request rectification of inaccurate or incomplete personal data processed by Immunicum. You are, further, entitled to terminate a subscription to newsletters or similar correspondence from Immunicum at any time.
Immunicum AB (publ), reg.no 556629-1786
Grafiska vägen 2
412 63 Göteborg
Phone: +46 31 41 50 52
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