Norges Varemesse values your privacy and takes both technical and organizational measures to protect you when interacting with our digital services. Norges Varemesse collects and handles personal data according to current law and data protection acts.
Collection of personal data
At Norges Varemesse we take your privacy and safety online very serious. At the same time we strive to give you the best possible experience and simplicity from our online services. We therefore collect some information when you purchase tickets, register to our newsletters and/or register for our events.
You will be notified every time we collect data. These include your name, phone number, email address or your private address, purchasing information and payment details.
What do we use this information for?
Norges Varemesse collects personal data for accreditation, purchasing of tickets and periodic newsletters and other commercial information regarding our events.
Your email address is collected so that we can send you confirmation of your ticket purchase or registration. Your name will at some events be used for a physical name badge at our accreditation. Email will also be used to target marketing for relevant events.
Norges Varemesse will not sell your personal data to any third-party.
Who can we share this information with?
Norges Varemesse can share or transfer the information to external event arrangers in order to execute the event. We take all technical, organizational and legally reasonable measures to secure that your information is handled safely and is protected while being transferred or shared.
Norges Varemesse can deliver necessary information to authorities such as the police, tax office or other authorities if we are required to do so by law or if you have consented to this specifically.
Your rights to access, change or deletion
You have right to access the data stored in your name handled by Norges Varemesse, but according to certain legal exceptions. You have the right to correct erroneous or incomplete information regarding yourself. You also have the right to protest collection and further handling of your personal data.
You have the right to ask for your personal data to be deleted in the case of this information not longer being necessary for its initial purpose. Beware that there might be legal bindings that prevents us from deleting immediately full or partial information. These bindings are based on financial and consumer protection laws. In those cases we will freeze
the information we are required to store, so that it will not be used for any other purpose than to meet the legal obligations.
Who handles your personal data – Data Handlers
We have partners that handles the data that is collected by Norges Varemesse. According to privacy protection regulations such companies are counted as data handlers and acts on behalf and on instructions given by Norges Varemesse.
- Delegia – storing personal information
- SuperOffice – storing personal, company and contractual information
- Oculos og Mailchimp – sending of newsletters information
- Facebook – for marketing purposes
- Visma – financial and invoicing information
Norges Varemesse maintains routines and measures to prevent unwanted external access to your personal info and that handling of personal info is according to the demands of current law. Norges Varemesse always strives to protect your personal data in best possible way.
Cookies – how does it work?
Cookies is a standard technology employed by most websites. A cookie is a tiny text file that is stored in your browser’s internal memory and does so that you can see what you put in shopping baskets and what content is being presented for you. Further we collect information such as navigation on our website, time for visit and what version of browser you use. This in order to best tailor the user experience and content for you as a user. Most browsers (Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari etc.) is by default open to accept cookies automatically, but you can at your own discretion alter settings so that they are not. This can lead to that a great number of websites will not work at their best if you choose to do so.
Deactivating cookies – how do you do it?
You can also delete cookies by follow the instructions of this in your browser. You find this information in the Help-function in your browser.
Which cookies do we use?
We use Google Tag Manager to administer following tools:
- Google Analytics
- Facebook Custom Audiences
- Google Adwords/Remarketing
- DoubleClick Floodlight
Google Tag Manager
We use google Tag Manager to organize and administer scripts running on our online services. Google Tag Manager is not collecting any information on its own.