THEMA Consulting Group AS (hereafter THEMA), org. no. 895 144 932, owns and operates the website www.thema.no.
The CEO is responsible for the management of personal data on behalf of THEMA.
The website allows you to read our news and publications, contact us and read about the services that we offer. By accessing and using our website, you consent to be bound by the terms of this Privacy Statement.
About the Privacy Statement
Personal data is data that can be linked to an identifiable individual. This could be a name, address, phone number, email address or IP address. Our Privacy Statement explains how we collect and use your personal data.
All processing of personal data, such as its collection, registration, storage and sharing is subject to separate rules, including the Personal Information Act. THEMA is responsible for processing data in accordance with Norwegian law. The Norwegian Data Protection Authority supervises compliance with the law.
We take your privacy seriously and you can be confident that we will manage your personal data responsibly. In this Privacy Statement, we explain why we collect information about you, how we use the information, and how we take your privacy into account.
By using www.thema.com, you consent for us to collect and use your personal data in accordance with the agreement between you and us. Your data is then managed in accordance with this agreement. Your consent forms the basis on which we use your data.
We collect data about you to provide you with targeted offers relevant to you. Your data is kept secure and used only by us in accordance with this Statement.
Information about visitors to our website is logged entirely anonymously. Most websites today make use of so-called cookies to improve the user experience. A cookie is a small text file that contains a number of characters sent to your computer when you visit a website. When you visit the website again, the cookie helps the site to recognise your browser. We do this to better understand how visitors to our website use the site and to customise the pages to you as a user. For this we use Google Analytics. Cookies can store user settings and other information, and include information about which browser you use, your IP address, the date and time of your visit, the pages you visit, the length of time you spend on the site, and the deletion of cookies. This does not expose you to any security risk, but you can prevent information about you being saved by changing your browser settings. However, doing so can prevent you from accessing certain types of content on various websites.
Press CTRL + SHIFT + DEL to access a menu where you can change your browser settings.
The Google Analytics cookie is a first-party cookie. It is set to be deleted automatically after 24 months if you do not return to the site. If you do not want to be tracked by Google Analytics in general, you can opt out here.
We use Google Analytics to study web traffic, patterns of use and trends on the website. The data that is collected is used to optimise the user experience and to customise the content of the website. In accordance with Google’s Terms of Service, personal information about users is not collected by Google Analytics. The data that is collected is stored on Google’s servers.
Contacting us using our form
By submitting a request using our online form, you agree that we can store your personal information, such as your name and email address, in order to establish a customer relationship with you and send you a response to your request.
Subscribing to our newsletter
Our newsletter contains news and links to our publications. We only send the newsletter to those users that have agreed to be sent it. When you agree to be sent our newsletter, the only information we require of you is your email address. We may subsequently request further information about you and providing this information is entirely optional. This information will be used to customise the content of the newsletter so that it is more relevant to you. You can choose to unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time and will be given the option to do so in every newsletter that you receive from us.
We will only contact those individuals who have actively provided their consent to receive information from us.
By submitting the contact form to us, you are also providing consent for us to contact you. By subscribing to our newsletter and submitting your email address via our website, you are providing consent to receive the newsletter.
Your consent can be withdrawn at any time by sending an email informing us of this fact to email@example.com.
Sharing of personal data
We do not share (or sell) any of your personal data with third parties. Your personal data is stored in our CRM and billing systems, which only we have access to. Occasionally, maintenance and technical assistance may be required from our technical service providers – during which time the provider may have temporary access to our data management systems. Their access is regulated by the data management agreements we have with all of our suppliers.
If you have subscribed to our newsletter, your name and email address is also stored in a third-party solution called Mailchimp – which is the system used to distribute our newsletters.
The right of access, deletion and appeal
Unless we hear otherwise from you, we will keep your personal data for 2 years. You may, at any time, request access to the personal data we hold on you, or ask us to delete this information. You can also withdraw your consent.
You have the right to change your personal information and can ask us to change it for you.
If you wish to avail yourself of these rights, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.