Personal data is information that can be used to identify a person. Information that can be linked to private individuals can be, for example, first name, surname, age, address, e-mail address or other contact information.
The Justice Museum is responsible for processing data according to the current rules for the protection of personal data.
Personal data processed by the Justice Museum and where it is stored
The Justice Museum collects, processes and stores the following personal data:
Pattern of behavior on our website, including cookies. Our websites justismuseet.no and antattskyldig.no use Google Analytics and Jetpack. The data is stored in the analysis tool.
Personal information such as email, telephone number and name when you submit a request via one of our contact forms at justismuseet.no. The information is sent to our email, and is also stored in the contact form tool on wordpress.
Personal data when you submit a request directly via email, phone or other communication channels such as social media. The information is stored in the tool that the user used for contact, and possibly in google mail/calendar for e.g. booking tours/visits for groups.
The purpose of the storage
We store your information in order to deliver our services. The processing of information makes it possible to improve user experiences. This can be, for example, a tour, answering a request, or improving our online content. We only share personal data with others as a result of an agreement with you.
KulturIT AS is responsible for processing your profile at Digitalt Museum.
You have the right to access the personal data we process about you. The right of access includes information about where information about you is obtained, for what purposes it is processed, whether it has been passed on to someone else, and if so, to whom it has been passed on.
To demand information provided or deletion of information, contact email@example.com