Your privacy is important to us. Here we have collected information about cookies and how we handle your personal data when, for example, recruiting or using contact forms.
Information about cookies
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer. Cookies are normally used to improve the website for the user, for example to be able to adapt a website to the visitor’s wishes and choices.
A permanent cookie remains on the visitor’s computer for a specified period of time. A session cookie is temporarily stored in the computer’s memory while a visitor is on a web page. Session cookies disappear when you close your browser.
Örebro Castle as personal data controller
Örebro Castle is responsible for handling your data.
Postal address: Kansligatan 1, 703 61, Örebro
We collect data via cookies
We place cookies in your browser when you visit orebroslott.se. We use them to get statistics and behavior. This information is saved so that we can give you a better experience and be able to save information you entered for your own sake. With this information, we can see which pages are most visited, the number of visitors, how long the visitor is there and what they do. We use Google Analytics, Google Search Console and Google Tag Manager.
We collect data for marketing purposes
With the help of tags and pixels, we save information about your visit, to be able to use in segmented marketing. Then we can more easily ensure that you as a user receive the right information. Tags that are on the website are from Google Ads and pixels that are installed are for Facebook and Instagram.
All information we save via the pixel is anonymous, as we do not save any personal information. The information collected may be used by the companies to which the pixel and tags relate.
You as a visitor
When you make a request or initiate cooperation with us at Örebro Castle, we save your data to be able to carry out the request correctly. We save your data in our internal system. In some cases, we can also save information for our customers, which is used in communication.
If you are looking for a job or internship with us, you usually send in a CV with personal information. This can also be done via a form on the website where you also fill in your name, phone number and email address. We always save emails and files from you, as we like to keep them in case we end up needing to hire again. If you want us to no longer save your data, contact us.
Form for contact
You who submit information via our contact form fill in your name, phone number and email address. We always save emails and files from you. We do this to be able to take care of your booking request in the best way and get back to you with more information, any questions and follow-up. If you want us to no longer save your data, contact us.
Partners and suppliers
We operate our own website through a subcontractor, so information on and relating to our website can be viewed by them. Some of our systems are cloud-based, then information is transferred to that sub-agent. We have collaborations both within and outside the EU/EEA. This includes that data can be handled in other countries so that we can carry out our work correctly.
What do we do if something happens?
Should any information be leaked from our systems, we will primarily contact the privacy protection authority within 72 hours to inform them of what happened. We then inform the parties concerned, in order to set up an action plan together with our partners.
You can whenever you want to contact us to access the information we save about you.