Scandinavian Mountains is a trade name of Scandinavian Dreams (Chamber of Commerce number 04086932). Through our website we inform and inspire visitors about the trips to Scandinavia. When booking an accommodation in Scandinavia or filling in the form for more information, we process your personal data that we provide to Scandinavian Dreams, the handling company, and Skistar, the party that books the accommodation in Scandinavia. In some cases, this data is also shared with other organizations.
2. What is personal data?
In case you are in contact with us via Scandinavian Mountains, we collect your personal data – information that tells us something about you or that can be associated with you. This may include your name, e-mail address or telephone number, but also the IP address of your computer, tablet or smartphone.
3. How we handle your data
Because the protection of personal data is of great importance, we treat this privacy-sensitive information with care and ensure that it is properly secured. We comply with the requirements of privacy legislation, which means:
4. Use of your personal data
If you visit our website, we will also collect your browsing data, which we call cookies. If you book a trip to Scandinavia via our website, we will also collect your personal data which we share with Scandinavian Dreams and Skistar.
If you visit our website, we will process:
If you visit our website, we only process:
5. For this purpose, we collect your data
6. Provision to third parties
When booking a trip to Scandinavia, we provide your personal data to third parties; in this case Scandinavian Dreams and Skistar (if you want to book multiple services, we will also provide this information to the relevant parties). For example, we use a mailing system that forwards your booking to Scandinavian Dreams and Skistar. When providing your data to third parties, we ensure by means of an agreement that your data will not be used for other purposes. It also states that your data will be deleted as soon as it is no longer needed. If necessary, we are obliged to share your data with the government.
To send out newsletters and advertisements, we share information with companies that help us with this. In this case, we only share the personal data required for this purpose.
7. Viewing, modifying or deleting your personal data
If you want to know what data we have processed about you, you can request it. This is also possible if you want to change or remove your data. In that case you have to submit a written request. You can contact us about this privacy statement using the contact details below:
If you have given us permission to process you personal data, then we would like to point-out that this consent can be revoked at all times. You can do this by sending an e-mail to the above mentioned e-mail address. In case you have questions or a complaint, you can of course also contact us. If, despite this, you do not succeed in finding a solution with us, you have the right to submit a complaint to the privacy supervisor.