This is how we handle your personal information

As of 25 May 2018, new data protection legislation (GDPR) applies in Sweden and the rest of the EU. The legislation replaces the Personal Data Act and deals with how authorities, companies and organizations may process personal data.

Responsible organizer of the Polstjärnepriset is the National Center for Musical Talents non-profit association.

Privacy Policy

Only Personal Data related to the nature of the assignment may be transferred to the Assistant’s subcontractors and the handling is regulated by a personal data assistant agreement. The personal data assistant takes part in the participants’ personal data to the extent necessary for teaching or other purposes in connection with National center for music talent activities. This is to be able to fulfil agreements with clients and course participants.

List of participants

Participant list with personal information consists of:

  • Name
  • Date of birth
  • Phone number
  • E-mail
  • Guardian’s contact information
  • Pictures and recordings
  • Allergies and medicines (for special needs)

Protective measures

The National Center for Music Talents applies the following protective measures:

  • Personal data assistant agreement between the National Center for Music Talents and subcontractors
  • Personal data is thinned after 1 year
  • Backups may not be stored for more than 1 year
  • The assistant may not in any form publish the above sensitive information.
  • All personal data must be handled with care and appropriate protection measures
  • The assistant must use password-protected devices and e-mail

Transfer of personal data to third countries

In addition to the above handling of personal data, the business is presented in printed material, online, in social media and in radio and TV broadcasts with pictures, statements and film and audio recordings for marketing and teaching / training purposes.
Channels used are Facebook, Instagram, Google Analytics, Vimeo, LinkedIn, YouTube, Microsoft services and the video conferencing tool Zoom. When the National Center for Music Talents uses your personal data in social channels / on the website, it currently means a transfer of your personal data to third countries outside the EU / EEA area. The transfer will take place in accordance with the transfer mechanism in existing privacy legislation, including the EU Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). In third countries to which your personal data will be transferred, however, the GDPR does not apply, which may involve an increased risk in terms of privacy. The transfer to a third country is necessary to be able to carry out communication efforts in the National Center for Music Talents’ social media channels.

Data protection legislation and legal bases

The National Center for Music Talents handles your tasks with the support of data protection legislation and legal grounds according to:

  • Consent
  • Agreement
  • Information of general interest
  • After a balance of interests

This is how the national center for music talent works with GDPR

  • All participants are asked for consent upon registration
  • The National Center for Music Talents limits which personal data is used, as well as which functions are available at video conferencing
  • On social channels, comment fields are handled with care and no sensitive personal information is handled at all
  • The National Center for Music Talents continuously reviews measures to minimize risks and competes with current protection measures