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Privacy Statement for Rensel Creative

Rensel Creative, through the general manager, is responsible for the processing of personal data.


The declaration contains information that you are entitled to when information is collected from our website (Personal Data Act § 19) and general information about how we process personal data (Personal Data Act § 18 1st paragraph).


Our data processor on this site is Ltd., Inc., 500 Terry A Francois Blvd San Francisco, CA 94158


What personal information we collect and why we do it


Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer when you visit a website.


The purpose is both to make the user experience better for you by the website remembering your settings, which pages you have visited, login and any usernames and other information that you have entered and want the website to remember so that you do not have to enter this for each gang.


We do not use cookies to see which websites you visit after you have been on our websites. We also do not store information that allows us to identify you as a person.  


It is voluntary for you who visit the websites to provide personal information in connection with  services, such as receiving newsletters or filling out and submitting forms.

If you visit this website, we still collect unidentified information about the visit through the Google Analytics tool. The purpose of this is to compile statistics that we use to improve and further develop the information offered on the websites. Examples of what the statistics provide answers to are how many people visit different pages on the website, how long the visit lasts, which websites the users come from and which browsers are used.

The information is processed in deidentified and aggregated form. By deidentified, we mean that we can not trace the information we collect back to the individual user. We collect the entire IP address, but the IP address is deidentified so that only the first three groups in the address are used to generate statistics. That is, if the IP address consists of the numbers, only 195.159.103.xx is used. In addition, the IP addresses are processed at an aggregate level, ie all data is merged into one group and not processed individually.


Examples of cookies used for Google Analytics are:

  • _ga: Will be deleted automatically after 2 years. Used to separate users.

  • _gid: Will be deleted automatically after 24 hours. Used to separate users.

  • _gat: Deletes automatically after 1 minute. Used to distribute traffic / queries. When Google Analytics is deployed through Google Tag Manager, this information is called _dc_gtm_ <property_id>.



Media use: This is how you can see which cookies are used on a website How to manage how a website uses cookies (turn on and off the approval of storage of cookies)

If you have a user account and log in to this site, we will create a temporary cookie to determine if your browser accepts cookies. This capsule contains no personal data and will be removed when you close the browser. But when you log in, we create several cookies to store your login information and screen settings.  


Login cookies last for two days, and screen cookies last for one year. If you select "Remember me", the login will last for two weeks. If you log out of your user account, the login cookies will be removed.


If you edit or post an article, a cookie will be created in your browser. It does not contain any personal information, and only refers to the post ID of the article you edited. It goes out after one day.

If it is open for comments on certain posts on the website, and you post a comment in the comment field, then we collect information in the comment form, in addition to the IP address and information about the browser, to prevent spam comments. The comment will be visible to everyone who visits the relevant page until you delete it.

If you are uploading an image to the site, you should avoid uploading an image with built-in location data (EXIF GPS). If this data is not removed, those who access the image may be able to see where and when the image was taken, and which camera was used.

When you contact us via the form on the website, the information you enter is stored behind logging in to the website, and is available to the administrator and our data provider, in addition to the information being sent to us by email. Sensitive information should not be sent via form since the email with the data is sent unencrypted. We store the information in our systems as long as it is needed to be able to provide the services you request.

Embedded content from other sites
Pages and articles on this site may contain content (such as videos, images, articles, social media sharing, etc.) from other sites. Such embedded content from other sites works just as if you had been on the other sites.


These sites may collect data about you, use cookies, include third-party tracking, and monitor how  you interact with the third party content. It can be tracking how you interact with embedded content if you have a user account and are logged in to that website.

Who we share your information with
We use cookies on all websites (see explanation above). If you fill out a form on the website, the data you fill in, together with the time and IP address, will be sent to us by email, in addition to being stored behind encrypted login in our form tool.


Data that is submitted via a form on one of these services is stored on the server of our data processor, which has a duty of confidentiality and with which we have a data processor agreement.

How long we store your information
If you comment on a post, the comment and information about it will be saved. This is because we should be able to recognize and approve follow-up comments automatically instead of queuing them for approval.


We store information about the users who register here, e.g. Anyone who has access to edit content on the site, as long as they themselves want to have user access. All users can view, change and delete their personal information at any time, but they can not change their username. Webmasters can also view and modify this information.


If you have sent us information via a form, or have a customer relationship with us, we will store the information for as long as necessary to be able to provide services to you. We want to keep the data even after we have finished being a supplier, or process the request from you, in order to be able to see the history and thus be able to better help you on later occasions.


What rights you have over your information
If you have a user account, or have written comments on this website, you can request an export file with all the personal information we have about you, including all the information you have given us. You can also request that we delete all personal information we have about you. Contact us if you want us to do this. However, this does not apply to data we have to store for administrative, legal or security reasons.


If you have questions about this, or about how we otherwise process personal information we collect through other channels, you are welcome to contact us.

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