Personal information is information about an identified or identifiable natural person.For an overview of the categories of personal data processed by Innovation Norway and other important information about our processing of personal data, please read the information below.
Innovation Norway processes personal data for twelve different purposes.
Innovation Norway uses social media to provide information on our activities. If you follow us on social media, the relevant platform will be responsible for the processing of your personal data. See further information about this at the relevant platform provider.
When you use the services, Innovation Norway also collects information about, among other things, which pages you have visited, interaction with any emails you have received and registrations for our events.We are responsible for this processing, and the purpose of the processing is to offer relevant services that are adapted to your person, your user habits and interests.At the same time, we further develop the services for the benefit of our users.
Cookies are files that contain small amounts of data stored on your pc, mobile or other device.Cookies allow websites to, for example, remember actions or preferences over time.
Innovation Norway is subject to the Norwegian Archives Act and the Freedom of Information Act. Thus, we are legally obligated to:
store documentation/information (including personal data) in compliance with the Archives Act for a longer period than is necessary for the purposes for which the personal data were processed; and
provide access to documentation/information (including personal data) in compliance with the Freedom of Information Act (i.e. a disclosure of personal data).
Other relevant legal basis for disclosure of personal data is set out in the item regarding Innovation Norway’s processing of personal data above.
The privacy declaration can be adjusted, and any changes will only be published here.Originally published 25 May 2018, updates mainly regarding social media and cookies published 2December 2020.