Commitment to Privacy
The Information We Collect
Information Voluntarily Submitted
The Kalmar Nyckel Foundation only gathers "personally identifiable information" (information that relates to an identified individual) if you voluntarily submit such information to us through registration forms, feedback forms and profile update forms. The types of personally identifiable information voluntarily submitted on our website include your name, title, department, address, city, state/province, zip/postal code, country, phone and fax numbers, email addresses, and URLs. You can always choose not to provide personally identifiable information, but if you do not provide such information, you may not be able to take advantage of the features of The Kalmar Nyckel Foundation website (i.e., receipt of information from the The Kalmar Nyckel Foundation). We use your personally identifiable information in the following ways:
· To supply news and information regarding The Kalmar Nyckel Foundation and the research programs it sponsors.
· To respond to your questions or comments sent to us via email or postal mail.
· To introduce a service that we think might be of interest to you.
· To comply with any valid legal process such as a search warrant, subpoena, statute or court order and to counter any attempted breach of security of our website, or a physical threat to you or others.
The Kalmar Nyckel Foundation will not rent, sell or lease personally identifiable information to any third party unless we have received your permission.
Information Gathered via Electronic Means
The Kalmar Nyckel Foundation also collects "non-personally identifiable information" (information that does not identify a specific individual) through the use of Internet Protocol tracking, log files and/or cookie technology.
· We register your Internet Protocol address when you visit the website to help diagnose possible technical problems and to improve website quality. We do not use Internet Protocol addresses or clickstream data to personally identify users.
· Log files (files listing every request made to the server) are used to statistically determine which areas of our website users prefer and to better prepare future site content based on the interests of our users. We do not track the usage patterns of individual users, but rather the overall performance of each page on the site.
Links To Other Sites
Our website contains links to other websites. Please note that when you click on one of these links, you are moving to another website. We encourage you to read the privacy statements of these linked sites as their privacy policies may differ from ours.
Protecting your privacy and your information is our top priority. We have established physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard our physical premises and to protect against the loss, disclosure, alteration, misuse, or unauthorized access of personal information both online and offline. Only those employees of The Kalmar Nyckel Foundation and/or our business partners who need the information to perform a specific job are granted access to personally identifiable information. While we take reasonable efforts to ensure the security of information, there is no guarantee that any data transmitted over the Internet or stored via our website is 100 percent secure; this is the case for any users of and service providers on the Internet.
Accessing and Updating Information
The Kalmar Nyckel Foundation strives to maintain the accuracy of user records and only collects personal information that is relevant for the purposes for which it is used. If you have any questions about what information we currently hold about you or your organization or would like to make updates or changes, please contact us at info@KalmarNyckel.org.
Our Commitment to Children’s Privacy
Protecting children on the Internet is very important. For that reason, The Kalmar Nyckel Foundation does not intentionally collect information at our website from those The that Kalmar Nyckel Foundation actually knows are under 13, and no parts of our website are structured to attract anyone under 13.
Your Acceptance of These Terms
Did you know: That Kalmar Nyckel was part of Gustav II Adolf's famous Swedish invasion fleet of 1630, a landmark event of the Thirty Years' War?