The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on May 25, 2018 and regulates how personal data is to be handled. All types of information that can be directly or indirectly attributed to an individual living person is regarded as personal data.
General Data Protection Regulation does only apply to living persons. However, there is a reason to ethically consider the handling of information of deceased persons.
There are two types of personal data in KulturNav:
- Personal data in datasets
- Personal data for website users
Website users can be seen in three categories:
- Private individuals - site visitors. Read more here to see what information is retrieved and stored
- Private user - logged in user. Read more here to see what information is retrieved and stored
- Professional users - logged in users with delegated responsibility through their employment situation. Read more here to see what information is retrieved and stored
As a private and professional user, you consent to personal data processing is in connection with your login.
Contact email@example.com to change or delete personal user information.
Personal data in datasets
Dataset in KulturNav contains personal data that are linked to the heritage's long-term management. Personal data about now living persons are treated solely for archival purposes of general interest, scientific or historical research purposes.
The data set manager (a named organization) is responsible for the personal inforamtion and is requested to create/update information that clarifies the purpose of processing personal data and provide relevant contact information.
Contact the dataset administrator (as seen on the dataset page in KulturNav) if you want to get in touch with their personal data officer.