Personal data refers to information that can directly or indirectly identify a natural person but not information anonymized or aggregated in such a way that it (nor by means of other information) can identify a specific physical Person.
- Data controller
- Types of data Litigium Capital deals with
- Use of personal data
- Terminate our use of personal data
- Disclosure of personal data
- Cookies etc.
- Transfer of personal data to third countries
- Termination of customer agreements and the preservation of personal data
- Your rights
1. Data controller
2. What data Litigium Capital deals with
When you apply for funding from Litigium Capital, you agree to share certain personal data with Litigium Capital and thus agree that the information will be transferred and stored on our servers in Sweden or in other countries in or outside the EU/EEA.
A. Information customer leaves to Litigium Capital
Litigium Capital collects and saves information provided in connection with the customer submitting an application for a possible investment and, in the case of completion of a contract or an investment or use of other services or tools that Litigum Capital may provide. Information referred to includes, for example:
- Information provided to Litigium Capital when applying for funding, consisting of e-mail addresses, and in some cases telephone or mobile phone numbers and first and last name.
- In cases where a contract is entered into and information is provided about your Social Security number, financial information in the form of bank account number and possibly your registered address.
- Information about payment under contract and the compensation you have received in the form of interest on and reimbursement of an investment.
- Documentation Litigium Capital requested to meet its commitments to anti-money laundering and terrorist financing. For example, you can be asked to confirm your population registered address, verify your identity and answer questions through Litigium Capital’s customer knowledge form and also submit a passport copy.
B. Information that Litigium Capital collects automatically
When you use other services provided by Litigium Capital or click on links in newsletters from Litigium Capital, information is automatically collected information late from your computer, mobile phone, or other device used. This information consists of connection information, page view statistics, IP address, traffic to and from the website, ad data, referring URL and standard information from web blogs.
C. Information from third parties
Litigium Capital may obtain additional information about you from a third party, e.g. if you are not able to obtain additional information from a third party. Data providers and add the data to Litigium Capital’s information about you. The information may include credit information, information from courts and or authorities. However, information is obtained only to the extent laid off by applicable legislation.
3. Use of personal data
Litigium Capital processes your personal data with the aim of addressing the daily business needs and investment agreements entered into, for monitoring and analysis purposes, in order to offer the opportunity to use Litigium Capital’s services and tools, and to provide customer service and relevant information from Litigium Capital consisting of, among other things, e.g. offers of new business proposals and for marketing purposes. The basis of Litigium Capital’s processing of your personal data is for Litigium Capital’s legitimate interest as well as for fulfilling the agreement between Litigium Capital and the customer.
By contacting Litigium Capital you agree that Litigium Capital processes your personal data for the following purposes:
- Administer the customer’s contracts (for incoming and outgoing payments) and to otherwise provide access to the tools and services that Litigium Capital may offer at any time.
- Promote Litigium Capital’s products and services.
- Keep statistics, perform market and customer analyses and perform general business and method development.
- Enable the financing of Litigium Capital.
- Carry out checks on EU sanctions lists, UN sanctions lists and PEP lists, etc. and comply with other requirements arising from laws, regulations or internal policies or regulations.
4. Terminate our use of personal data
5. Disclosure of personal data
Litigium Capital does not resell or disclose your personal data to third parties for marketing purposes (except as stated in paragraph 3 above) without your express consent.
Litigium Capital discloses your personal data to comply with legal regulation and maintenance of policies adopted. Your personal data will only be disclosed in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
For fulfilling commitments under the legal notice and for the purposes referred to in paragraph 3 above, Litigium Capital may share your personal data with:
- Any future group companies to Litigium Capital for the provision of common content and common services, to detect and prevent violations of Litigium Capital’s policies, provide guidance on the products, websites, tools or services of the group companies and in accordance with applicable law.
- Subcontractors that Litigium Capital may use to operate, including but not limited to, IT providers, cloud service providers, payment institutions or other companies for incoming our outgoing payments.
- Partners in the disputes financed by Litigium Capital, such as law firms and other suppliers of legal or economic services in connection with disputes.
- Supervisory authority, police authority, other authority or competent third party, for answering questions related to criminal investigations or other activity that may entail responsibility for Litigium Capital or you. To the extent allowed under applicable law, Litigium Capital will disclose information relevant and necessary for any investigation, such as the use of information, name, social security number, e-mail address and IP address.
6. Cookies etc.
7. Transfer of personnel data to third countries
Litigium Capital saves and processes your personal data on Litigium Capital’s servers in Sweden as well as in other countries inside or outside the EEA. Litigium Capital undertakes to provide appropriate protection of your personal data when the information is transferred to a location outside the EEA. You agree that your personal data may be processed and transferred to a country outside the EEA.
Litigium Capital uses physical, technical and organizational security measures, based on the amount and sensitivity of the personal data processed, partly to prevent unauthorized processing, including but not limited to unauthorized access, acquisition and use of, or loss, deletion or other damage to your personal data. Some examples of security measures that Litigium Capital use are encryption and anonymization of data, firewalls, and access control.
8. Termination of contracts and retention of personal data
Litigium Capital saves personal data during the time necessary for us to administer the contractual relationship, exercise our rights and fulfill our responsibilites in relation to you/the customer you are employed or contracted by. However, in order to meet legal requirements or because we have the right to do so according to a balance of interests, we may save your personal data for a longer time.
Any information relating to payment and where processing is required by the Accounting Act is processed for seven (7) years under the Accounting Act.
Litigium Capital may retain personal data related to terminated contracts in the following situations:
- Litigium Capital has a legitimate business interest and it is not prohibited by law.
- Where a dispute is not finally settled and the information is necessary to finalise the dispute.
- To deal with a dispute and/or ensure that Litigium Capital’s legal notice or contract terms are maintained.
- When Litigium Capital is required by law to retain personal data, such as compliance with money laundering legislation.
- To take other measures allowed under law.
9. Your rights
You have the right to obtain further information about the personal data Litigium Capital processes about you by requesting a register statement. The request must be made in writing and no compensation shall be paid to Litigium Capital. You also have the right to request the correction or blocking of personal data that is incorrect or that personal data about you should be deleted. You also have the right to request your personal data in a structured and machine-readable format in order to transfer the data to another controller. You have the right to refuse that personal data is used for direct marketing and you may revoke your consent by contacting Litigium Capital as follows: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you wish to exercise any of these rights, please contact Litigium Capital at email@example.com and enter your full name and the e-mail address used in the registration. When a task is changed or deleted, you will be informed that this has happened within one month. Data that cannot be deleted will be pseudonymized.
10. Contact details
If you have any questions or would like to know more about what personal data we process about you, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or Odinsgatan 13, 411 03 Gothenburg, Sweden. If you believe that Litigium Capital’s processing of your personal data is not correct, you can also contact the data protection authority in your country. In Sweden it is the Swedish Authority for Privacy Protection (IMY) and you can contact them by e-mail: email@example.com.