High Chaparral complies with the basic principles of GDPR for the processing of personal data

At High Chaparral we safeguard your privacy and strive to maintain a high level of data protection at all times. Personal data that you submit to High Chaparral through forms on the website are saved for information and marketing purposes, for example in order to administer marketing activities such as competitions and promotions, or in order to send out newsletters, relevant information and offers.

The EU’s data protection regulation (GDPR)

The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is the EU’s new data protection regulation, which came into force on 25 May 2018. The regulation applies in all EU Member States and sets out rules governing how personal data may be processed.

What is personal data?

All information that can be linked to a person is considered to be personal data. For example, names, email addresses, postal addresses and telephone numbers.

Processing of personal data

High Chaparral only collects the data about natural persons that we need for our information and marketing purposes. Personal data for marketing activities like competitions and promotions are saved for one month after the conclusion of the activity. Personal data for newsletters are saved until you withdraw your consent.

Consent and purpose

High Chaparral obtains consent before processing anyone’s personal data, and we only use your personal data for the purposes for which they are intended.

Withdrawing consent

You may change your consent at any time by clicking on the link in the newsletter or by contacting us at marknad@highchaparral.se.

Privacy and security

High Chaparral will process your data with a high level of IT security in order to safeguard secrecy and privacy and to shield personal data against access. We also have established routines governing how authorized personnel are to process identifiable personal data, and the mode of their access to such data.

In the event of an incident

In the event of intrusion into our IT systems, High Chaparral has clear procedures governing how to handle the incident.

About cookies

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Cookies on this website

We use cookies to store some settings (e.g. language) and collect visitor statistics. Visitor statistics can help us optimize the user experience. The statistics are anonymous and the data is provided in an aggregated form focusing on, for example, site traffic, geography and ISP’s.

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Camera surveillance

The park has video cameras set up in certain areas.
If you visit High Chaparral, we may process your personal data.
Personal data means that it is possible to identify you in the footage. High Chaparral is the data controller.

We use camera surveillance in order to increase the safety and security of our guests and staff, and for operational safety reasons in the park.

Legal basis for processing: We process your personal data on the basis of a balance of interests, so we have a legitimate interest in processing your personal data for crime prevention purposes, and to ensure the security of our services.

Retention period: The data from our cameras is stored in encrypted format on protected devices for 30 days unless it is surrendered to the police. If personal data is surrendered to the police or other authorities, this is done because we have a legal obligation to do so in some cases, for instance if the police have begun a judicial investigation. We may also disclose personal data to the police on the basis of a balance of interests in the event, for example, of a missing person search or if a crime has been committed.

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