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Ottilia Adelborgmuseets endeavours to have a website that is available for as many readers as possible.
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Visitors are welcome to use and copy materials from this website for personal, non-commercial use if the source is stated. All form of publication of materials from this website in printed materials, press, television, video, multimedia, web and other forms of electronic media is only permitted with the express approval from the Ottilia Adelborg Museum. This is valid for commercial as well as non-commercial publications. Please contact us for more information prices for image publication rights.
The website of the Ottilia Adelborg Museum has a restrictive links policy and links are not normally to external websites. In cases where there are external links these are to our active partners or co-organisers of events.
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If you have submitted personal data in connection with a contest or survey, data will be stored until the results are published. This information is not used for any other purposes than stated when you submitted the information to The Ottilia Adelborg Museum.
The Right to Request Personal Data on File
The Ottilia Adelborg Museum undertakes to process any personal data in accordance with Sweden’s Personal Data Act (PDA, “PuL” in Swedish).
If you have submitted personal data to the Ottilia Adelborg Museum, you are entitled to partake of them. The Museum commits to correct any information that is inaccurate, incomplete or misleading at the request of the person who submits the data.
If you want to know whether we have any personal data on file about you, please send us a signed letter of request. For more information about your rights according to the Personal Data Act (PDA, “PuL” in Swedish), please go to the Data Inspection Agency’s website: www.datainspektionen.se.
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The website of the Ottilia Adelborg Museum is constantly being updated and the Museum is continually working to enhance visitor experience. Please let us know if you have ideas for improvements. Please feel free to email us via our contact form.