This privacy statement applies to all of C2U Group's websites
Web-based processing of personal data
The CEO has the day-to-day responsibility for C2U Group’s handling of personal data at www.c2ugroup.com. It is voluntary for those who visit the website to disclose personal information in connection with services to receive newsletters, sign up for courses and so on.
Oderland AB manages the operation and hosting of the website. Information collected in connection with the website’s function is stored on own servers operated by Oderland AB.
Personal data being processed
C2U Group AB does not collect personal information such as date of birth and social security number, or information about personal credit cards.
Examples of information obtained:
- Company information
- Contact information incl. phone number and e-mail address
- Company address and invoice address
Information about how you use the website, in the form of, among other things, visited pages, browser settings and IP address.
How is the information obtained?
C2U Group collects information via contact forms on our website. It is optional to provide this information. If you choose not to disclose personal information, we can not give you access to our knowledge platform C2U Inside or information about our services as well as access to newsletters and invitations to our events.
We store your contact information in our CRM system and MailChimp, a system we use to automate marketing communication. The information is based on what you voluntarily give us – we do not collect information from third parties. Your personal information is also not shared with third parties.
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Information from the Swedish Data Inspectorate on the EU Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
The new regulation became Swedish law on 25 May 2018 and replaces PuL. The new rules give companies new tasks and individuals new rights.
When companies process personal data, they must inform the data subjects about this. The requirements for this information will become stricter when the regulation enters into force.
Read more about what the Data Inspectorate says about the new rules here.