Privacy policy


By visiting ("Website", ""), you agree to the terms and conditions of this privacy policy.

The use of services offered on the website is subject to special conditions.

Qnister AB, 559116-6433, is responsible for the website ("we", "our", "us", "Qnister"). For contact and questions please email [email protected] For other contact information visit

Personal Data

We only process personal data submitted to us by you, for example, if you contact us via the contact form on the website or send us an email. We will process the data to manage and respond to your request in best way possible.

If you register for the newsletter, the data will be used for the processing of email and for marketing purposes.

Personal data may be disclosed to our partners only in the manner and to the extent necessary to fulfill our commitments to you, for example when distributing the newsletters registered for.

As a data subject, you are entitled to obtain information regarding your personal data processed by Qnister as well as to request rectification of incorrect data or to have your personal data erased.

Personal Data Controller is Qnister AB. For questions regarding the processing of personal data or any request in accordance with the paragraph above, please contact [email protected]


Intellectual Property Rights

All material on the website, including texts, images, trademarks as well as design and graphical profile belongs to Qnister AB or our partners. Any use, in addition to the use of the Website, or the copy of you as a User, requires Qnister's written consent.

Violation of these terms may result in legal actions.



Qnister AB is not responsible for nor guarantees the quality, functionality or availability of the website or its content. In events where we refer to third parties, we are not responsible for the material or content on the third-party website.


Applicable Law

In case of any disputes arising from these conditions, Swedish law shall apply. Except for its electoral rules, Jönköping District Court shall be the first court of law.