1. How the service works
EMG - Educations Media Group (EMG) operates search services for education with the goal of helping individuals and businesses find suitable education. This means that we offer you as a user the ability to make enquiries and information requests on courses via the Website (referred to below as the "Course"). The Website lists the Courses that the Service can be used for. After users have completed a request via the Website, We, as part of the Service, send your request to the relevant Provider. The site also has a number of features to help you find the right education such as grade calculation, training quizzes, brochure downloads and similar education-related features.
1.2 Information requests and enquiries
All requests are made through the Website by selecting one or more Courses and enquiring for more information. Once you have completed a request, we will send your request to the training provider and they will contact you with more information. The training provider will save your information to help you in your education selection process. This may include marketing services, direct communications in the form of newsletters and other targeted communications, as well as data collection and analysis.
1.3 Content and components of the course
Through the Website, We will present you with as detailed a description as possible for all courses in order to help You as the Customer obtain information that is as useful as possible. However, We reserve ourselves from this responsibility because, in some cases, there may be missing information or changes in the course. If You have any questions about any of the Courses or if You have further questions, please contact our customer service by e-mail email@example.com or phone +44 8 (0) 203 318 6280. For specific questions regarding a Course we refer you to the relevant Provider.
2. Your responsibilities
3. Personal data management and data protection
We always process personal data in accordance with applicable legislation. On May 25, 2018, the Personal Data Act (1998: 204), Personuppgiftslag (PUL) in Swedish, was replaced by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). GDPR was enacted to protect the fundamental rights and freedoms of individuals, especially their right to the protection of their personal data. The law applies to the processing of personal data throughout Europe and for activities carried out by authorities, companies and individuals. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies throughout the EU and aims to create a uniform and equivalent level of protection of personal data so as not to hinder the free flow of data within Europe. The same rules apply throughout the EU.
At EMG, your personal information is always protected from unauthorised access. EMG cares for personal integrity. We always prioritise the protection of all personal information that you entrust to us. Only a limited number of individuals with special privileges have access to the information.
EMG processes your personal data with the purpose of managing the customer relationship, fulfilling the required obligation to provide information to the legal authorities and for providing information about EMG's services through marketing. We handle collected personal information primarily with the aim of forwarding it to the organiser of the education and for performing identification, customer analysis, marketing and business development. If personal data is submitted for treatment on behalf of EMG, it is made in accordance with a special agreement with a confidentiality obligation. By accepting the Terms and Conditions, You agree that personal data collected by EMG may be disclosed to one or more of EMG's affiliates, which in turn may provide you with various types of offers that we consider may be useful to you.
You can of course get details about what information about you EMG is processing and also request that the data be deleted or changed if it is incorrect or incomplete. You can also request that your information is not processed or used for information. As a policy, we delete all personal information 24 months after you last used our services. Use of services includes the use of features on the site as well as an active click on one of our send-outs.
You are responsible for updating your information through our Website, in order to fulfil our commitments. EMG is not responsible for any consequences that may be derived from invalid customer information such as incorrect delivery address, phone number or e-mail address. If you have questions about how we treat personal information, please contact our customer service by firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +44 8 (0) 203 318 6280.
4. The right to be forgotten
If you wish to delete your personal information, email email@example.com.
Accordingly, EMG hereby disclaims, to the extent permitted by applicable law, from liability for direct and indirect damages and/or losses or damages incurred by Customers or any third party in connection with the use or obstacles of the use of the Service no matter how the damage occurs and regardless of whether the damage is caused by negligence, breach of contract or otherwise
The limitation of liability in this section does not alter or limit a Customer's rights as a consumer and does not exclude or limit liability to such extent as is not permitted by applicable law.
Providers offering Courses or other products or services through the Website and the Service are independent suppliers and are not to be considered as employees of, or agents of, EMG, its partners or Suppliers.
If any provision of these Terms is deemed to be illegal, invalid or unenforceable for any other reason, such provision shall be deemed to be omitted and shall not affect the validity or enforcement of any of the remaining provisions of the Terms.
These Terms have been prepared and should be interpreted in accordance with Swedish law.
EMG reserves the right to transfer its rights and obligations under the Third Party Terms, provided that the Accepting Company/Person is reasonably expected to fulfil its obligations under the Terms in a Satisfactory manner for the Customer.
7. Dispute resolution
In the event of dispute between EMG and Customer arising from these Terms, or for any other reason, the parties shall first try to settle the dispute by agreement. If the parties cannot agree, the dispute may be decided by the General Complaints Board in Sweden, insofar as the board is competent to examine the matter. Otherwise, the dispute will be settled by the General Court in Sweden.
Stockholm, Sweden 13th December 2017