Privacy Policy

ANTI process your personal information when you apply for a job, use our services or interact with us. We do this to deliver our services and products. If you consent, we may also process your information for other purposes.

We will always process your information according to strong criteria of privacy. This policy document present how we gather information and to what end. It also presents how we safeguard your information, who we share data with, and your privacy rights.

What is personal data?

Personal data is any information that relates to an identified or identifiable living individual. Different pieces of information, which collected together can lead to the identification of a particular person, also constitute personal data. Examples of personal data are a name and surname, a home address, an email address, cell phone number, an identification card number, an Internet Protocol (IP) address or the advertising identifier of your phone. All uses of personal date (gathering, registering, storage or sharing) is considered data processing.

Who is the data controller?

ANTI AS (Sofienberggata 17, 0558) is the data controller and responsible party to any data gathered through our websites, services or any form of interaction with us.

A company that process data on our behalf is referred to as a data processor. Any cooperation is regulated by a data processing agreement. The same applies if ANTI AS is a data processor for our customers.

What types of personal data do we process?

ANTI AS process the following data categories:

  • Basic information like name and contact details (email, phone number etc.).

  • Information regarding yours, or your employer’s, relationship with us. This may be service- or purchase information, payment information or any communication with us.

  • Data about your visit to our website. E.g. date and time, type of device, operating system and browser.

  • Data gathered after consent. If so, you will be informed about type of data and purpose of the data gathering.

To give us access to your personal data is voluntary. In some cases, data may however be necessary to contact you, deliver services et al.
How do we gather your data?

We gather data in several ways:

  • Directly from you when you register for our events, when you apply for a job or communicate with us. This information is necessary to deliver our services.

  • From public information or through our partners whose distribution channels are linked with ours. This data is essential for improving and tailor our services.

Why do we process data?
ANTI AS process personal data for several reasons:

  • Deliver products and services: we process data to fulfill contract obligations, billing and administration of client relationships. We also process data to provide the best possible user experience, like automatic log in and customized content.

  • Development and analysis: we use analytical software to evaluate visits to our website. We measure the number of visits, their duration, origin, what sub-sites that are visited. Statistics are usually processed at an aggregated level. This means that the data is not connected to you personally.

  • Sale and marketing: we use anonymized data for marketing purposes. All processing is according to current legislature. Activities include marketing of products and services, tailoring to target audiences, distribution of newsletters and requested information.

  • Job applications: we process personal data to assess job applicants.

  • Information security and abuse of services: we may process data to avoid various forms of fraud.

  • Required processing: we process personal data to comply with legal and financial obligations set by local authorities.

  • Consensual: we may process personal data by consent.

Why can we process personal data?

Our processing of your personal data can be authorized under the following conditions: i) your consent, ii) to fulfill a contract or agreement with you, iii) fulfill a legal obligation, iv) for a purpose defined as legitimate interest.

Safeguarding your personal data

ANTI Has established infrastructure, policy and routines to make sure your personal data is secure. All processing complies with current legislature. Measures include, but are not limited to, regular risk analyses, technical systems and physical procedures to strengthen and maintain information security and rights of data subjects.

When do we delete data?

ANTI only store data for fulfilling our contractual obligation, provide services, or complete purpose of processing. If you find any errors in your personal data, we ask that you contact us. You are also welcome to contact us if you want your information deleted.

Who do we share data with?

Unless we have your consent, your data will only be shared if necessary to fulfill our contractual obligations. We will also share data with our technical suppliers, like Google. All transfers are done according to guidelines for processing of personal data. When so obliged under law, we will submit data to the authorities.

Your rights

Privacy laws secures several rights for the individual (data subject), including the right of access, rectification, erasure, restriction of processing and notification. It is important to us that your data is correct. If you discover any errors or faults, or want your data deleted, please contact us.

The right of erasure does not apply if the data is necessary to provide a requested service or if ANTI is legally obliged to store the data for a stated period.

You also have the right to data portability. This means that you have the right to receive your data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format. You may then to transmit those data to another party.

You can restrict the processing of your data, profiling and automated decisions. This includes the right to refuse analysis of your preferences, abilities or needs. However, this right is limited if you have previously consented to the processing or if the processing is necessary to fulfill an agreement with us.

Is you believe that we are not fulfilling the terms stated in this privacy policy or current legislature, please contact us. You also have the right to report us to the local supervisory authority (Datatilsynet).

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The Transparency Act

This legislation plays a crucial role in shaping how we conduct business, emphasizing transparency and ethical practices. Here, we'll explore what the Transparency Act means for our company, how it influences our operations, and the steps we are taking to comply with its standards. Our commitment to transparency not only aligns with this Act but also reflects our core values in fostering trust and integrity in all our business dealings.

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