This privacy statement states how CheckWare process and uses personal information on our web pages on checkware.com and other CheckWare top-level URLs (e.g. checkware.no and checkware.pl).
CheckWare, by Chief Information Security Officer, is the responsible Controller for the processing of personal data. This statement contains information that you are entitled to with regards to processing of information from our website (Norwegian privacy law; Personal Data Act, section 19) and general information on how we treat personal data (Norwegian privacy law; Personal Data Act section 18.1).
It is voluntary for those who visits our web sites to provide personal information related to services, such as receiving newsletters. The right to use the data is based on the consent of the individual, unless otherwise specified.
Wix is our data processor and is our supplier for the development, operation and maintenance of the web pages.
Information collected relating to site operation is stored on separate servers operated by the provider. Only CheckWare and Wix have access to the information collected. A separate data-processing agreement between CheckWare and Wix governs what information the provider has access to and how it should be processed. This can be found here: Information on security at Wix can be found here:
CheckWare collects unidentified information about visitors to our website. The purpose of this is to prepare statistics that we use to improve and further develop our information on the web pages. Examples of what the statistics provide, is how many people visit different pages, how long the visit lasts, what web sites the users come from and what browsers are used.
The information is processed in an unidentified and aggregated form.
Unidentified means that we cannot track the information we collect back to the individual user. We collect the entire IP address, but the IP address is deidentified. We use Google Analytics as a tool for statistics. This data is stored by Google, and is not handed over to other actors.
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer when you download a web page.
The storage of information and processing of this information is not permitted unless the user has been informed and consented to this. The user should be informed and should approve which information is being processed, what the purpose of the processing is, and who is processing the information, cf. the Electronic Communications Act § 2-7b.
The following cookies are used on our site:
Internal elements of the website solution itself
ASP.NET_SessionId is used to handle the session on server. ASPXAUTH is used to authenticate users for any login on the web site.
NID, _ga, _gid and gad_UA-#######-# are used to gather information about how visitors use our webpages. The cookies anonymize all information.
Contact us form
The website offers an optional opportunity to register an enquiry with us. The contents of the form are stored and sent by email to our switch board. We store all inquiries and contact the requestor in accordance with the individual request. We do not use this data for other purposes, nor are they delivered to other businesses.
The website offers an optional opportunity to sign up for our newsletter. After a double confirmation from the registered email, we will send newsletters to these email addresses. In the newsletters you receive, you can choose to opt-out from the list.
You may also send an email to email@example.com to opt-out without receiving a newsletter first.
The website offers an optional opportunity to enroll in courses. The contents of the form are stored and sent by email to our course manager. We store all course requests and use the information solely around handling and information related to our courses. The data is not disclosed to other businesses.
All inquiries to our support center are stored in our support system. This data is only used to handle the inquiries including the storage of further correspondence. They are not handed over to other businesses.
All who ask are entitled to basic information about their personal data processing (GDPR, Chapter 3). CheckWare has provided this information in this statement and will refer to it for any requests. Those who are registered in one of CheckWare's systems are entitled to access their own information. The person also has the right to request that incorrect, incomplete or information that CheckWare does not have access to processing is corrected, deleted or supplemented. Claims from the registrant must be answered free of charge and no later than 30 days.
We strive to comply with applicable privacy laws. If you have any questions, feel free to send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any quesitons, please