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This privacy policy applies to the websites which is owned and operated by OFF Label Projects .

OFF Label Projects  is concerned with safeguarding the privacy of our users, suppliers, partners and their employees. In this document, we provide information regarding when, why and how we process personal data we gain access to as part of our work.


The content on our websites is only an overview of which products and services OFF Label Projects offers, as well as other current information. We try to at all times ensure that all information presented on our website is correct, but mistakes can occur and we do not take responsibility for any losses as a result of information that turns out to be deficient or incorrect.
Links to external websites have only been created to make relevant information available to our users. OFF Label Projects is not responsible for the content of websites where it appears that the information is offered by third parties or other information presented at, or via, such websites.
All content on our website is copyright protected. Copying, making material available to the general public and other exploitation nor other applicable legislation is not permitted without written consent.

Disputes that should arise as a result of the use of OFF Label Projects' websites are regulated in accordance with the law.

1. Who are we?

OFF Label Projects is a collective of like-minded people with different skills, talents and networks. People united by a love of business, brands and helping others, but all from different standpoints. Off Label Projects harnesses these varied perspectives and experiences and puts them at the service of its clients to help them get to where they want to be.​

2. Why do we process your personal data?

The personal information we gain access to will primarily be used to communicate with you, for the administration of enquiries, and for example sharing information via newsletters. Information about your use of our services can also be used in our work with service improvement/service and for statistics associated with this.

3. What personal data do we process?

In general, we will only process personal data about you that is necessary to administer direct inquiries, sending out newsletters or to be able to fulfill the obligations we have undertaken in forms.
The personal information will typically include name, address, telephone number and e-mail address. When you register as a user of our services, we will ask for additional personal information. We typically do not process any sensitive personal data about our users.

4. How do we collect your personal data?

The source of the information we have about our users will in most cases be the user itself, in that the user itself provides information when registering online.

5. How do we use inquiries and cookies?

We will be able to send different types of inquiries to you up to 3 years after your last contact with us, unless other contact indicates that the contact can be considered to continue or be terminated.

Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer when you visit our website. This enables the website to remember your actions or preferences over time, as well as remember your login. We place cookies on our website (so-called "first-party cookies").

We use:

Functional cookies that help recognize you when you return to our website and remember your preferences, such as your language settings.

Analytical cookies that help count the number of visitors and how our website is used.

Cookies related to the marketing of our products and services.



If you do not wish to accept necessary, functional or analytical cookies, you can adjust your privacy settings yourself as described on this page: How to manage the use of cookies.

Read more about how we use cookies on this page.

6. What is the legal basis for the processing of your personal data?

We will obtain your consent to the processing of personal data. Information about what you consent to will appear unambiguously where the personal data is provided.

7. Who has access to your personal data with us?

We will limit access to the personal information about you to the people at OFF Label Projects who need such access based on the purposes mentioned under point 1 above. We may also share this information with our associated subcontractors and other partners, see also point 8 and, if necessary, also our advisers, auditors, lawyers, IT consultants and others. In such cases, we will ensure that all information is processed fully in accordance with the purpose and that our suppliers assume responsibility for safeguarding information security in accordance with the requirements and rules that apply at all times.

8. To whom do we disclose your personal data?

We will be able to use suppliers (subcontractors) who assist us with the processing of personal data. These will typically be suppliers of storage services and communication solutions that are part of our supplier systems. This only happens where it is necessary for you to access the service in question. Consent to such sharing will then be obtained in connection with the purchase/use of the relevant service. Personal data will not be shared with others.

9. How and for how long do we store your personal data?

Personal data is kept as long as it is needed based on the purpose of the processing, and must then be deleted in accordance with The General Data Protection Regulation. Personal data we collect in connection with the use of our services is stored electronically with data security in local IT systems.
You can ask us at any time to delete information relating to you, unless it is required by law to keep the information for a certain time (e.g. legal requirements, accounting law, etc.).

10. What information requirements do you have?

You must be informed about the processing of personal data concerning you. This document is therefore available on our website, and shows an embedded link to the pages where you can register information about yourself. Users who are in contact with us in other ways should be made aware that this information is available when the information is collected.

As registered, you have the right to:

  • to gain access to the personal data that we process about you

  • to demand that incorrect, unnecessary, incomplete or out-of-date personal data be corrected or removed

  • to object to processing from direct marketing, as well as to know about any profiling

  • to withdraw any consent to process the personal data you have given us

  • to receive the personal data about yourself that you have given us and transfer it to another data controller (data portability)

  • to contact us if you have input or questions related to our processing of personal data

  • to complain to the Data Protection Authority directly if you consider that the processing of your personal data is in breach of the applicable legislation.​

11. How do we ensure the processing of your personal data?

We have established routines and measures at various levels to ensure that unauthorized persons do not gain access to your personal information and that all processing of the information otherwise takes place in line with current legislation. The measures include, among other things, regular risk assessments, technical systems and physical procedures to safeguard information security and routines to verify access and correction requests. Further information on these risk assessments and security measures can be obtained by contacting us.

12. How can you contact us?

Users who have questions or requirements related to our processing of personal data can contact us. See our contact details on our own page.

November 16, 2022. 

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