Retrieve of Sweden® is committed to protecting your privacy and this privacy policy specifies what type of information we collect and what we do about it.

Retrieve of Sweden® does not sell, rent or lend mailing lists for newsletters, registered information or usage trends to any company or other organization outside our company.

Regardless of when you are contacted via email, you will receive information on how to avoid further updating by email.

Retrieve of Sweden® uses cookies responsibly to register how you use our website. The use of cookies is based on the fact that you configure your access to the internet according to them. Cookies are small files of information stored on your computer and allow us to identify you the next time you use our website and provide the opportunity to customize and make the page more relevant to you when used. Cookies are not used to access personal information or to evaluate the contents of your files.

You can prevent the storage of cookies by making an appropriate setting in your browser. However, we must point out that if you do, you will not be able to use all the features of this website to the fullest extent. You can also prevent the acquisition and processing of data related to your use of the Website (including your IP address) and generated by Google’s cookies by simply downloading and installing the following Google browser plug-in by clicking the following link: https : // Other similar plugins are also available from other providers depending on the particular browser you are using.

Therefore, at your request, we are happy to inform you what information about you is stored with us. If, even though we do our best to ensure that the information is correct, incorrect information has been stored with us, we will correct it at your request. This request does not remove information from other databases within

Retrieve of Sweden® that were not affected when the information was provided.

About GDPR

GDPR will replace the Data Protection Directive of 1995 and the Personal Data Act (PUL) of 1998. GDPR stands for the English “General Data Protection Regulation” and replaces the previous regulations from May 25, 2018. Previously, all EU countries had their own regulations regarding e- mailing and spam. Since GPDR is a law and not an EU directive, it will enter into force immediately in all Member States.


If you have any questions regarding liability to the GDPR Act you can contact