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In addition to cookies, we also use other similar tracking technology, such as pixels. In this policy, we use the word cookie to refer to both cookies and other tracking technology.
On this page, we will look at:
- The different categories of cookies that we use on our website.
- How you can control which cookies may be saved.
- The purposes for which our cookies are used.
It is Göteborg & Co AB that is responsible for the placing of cookies on this website. We are also the data controller for the processing of your personal data that is collected via cookies when you visit goteborg2023.com.
For more information about our processing of personal data using cookies, you can read our privacy document, Personal Data. You can always access this document from the footer on our website.
If so, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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What are cookies?
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Which cookies are used at goteborg2023.com?
At goteborg2023.com, we use several different types of cookies:
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- The cookies that are placed directly by our website are known as first-party cookies. Some of these are necessary in order for all technical functions of the website to work. Our functional cookies do not require your previous consent, and they are always active.
We need your consent
Because statistics and marketing cookies are not essential for our website’s basic functions, we ask for your consent for our use of these cookies. The first time you visit our website, you will be given the opportunity to select which cookies we may use. If you choose to allow all types of cookies, this means that you consent to our processing of cookies as described in this policy.
Sharing personal data with a third party
When you accept statistics and marketing cookies, information about your usage of our website is shared with our social media and analysis partners. These partners can then combine our website data with other information that either you have provided them with or they have collected from your usage of their own services. By accepting statistics and marketing cookies from a third party, certain data may be transferred to countries outside the EU. This means that your consent for these cookies also confirms your consent for our partners to process your data, and that your data may be transferred to countries outside the EU.
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Statistics and analysis cookies
We use statistics and analysis cookies in order to help us improve our website, to optimise the user experience for returning visitors, and to allow us to analyse where our visitors come from and to measure how our website is used. For our use of statistics and analysis cookies, the legal basis is your previously expressed consent.
Google Analytics provides goteborg2023.com with the opportunity to measure and analyse traffic at the website. We collect this information in order to be able to improve the structure, content and navigation of the website. Examples of how we use the information in Google Analytics include: the number of visitors during a defined period, which pages the visitors look at, and how long visitors spend on the website.
Duration: 6 months
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The cookies we use for marketing purposes allow us to communicate with you in other channels and to show you advertising that is as relevant as possible, based on what you have shown an interest in on our website. If you choose to not allow these cookies, you will still see adverts from us, but they will not be personally adapted to your usage. For our use of marketing cookies, the legal basis is your previously expressed consent.
We use YouTube as a service for streaming videos to visitors to goteborg2023.com. This cookie also saves information that can later be used for marketing purposes. You can visit YouTube’s website for more information about how they process cookies, the information they collect, and how you can delete any third-party cookies.
Duration: 6 months
Adform is used in order to facilitate retargeting. Retargeting allows goteborg2023.com to follow its visitors, which enables us to target adverts to you on other websits and networks. Adform is also used in order to measure the effectiveness of adverts, and to see what visitors do on the website in relation to the advertising that is conducted.
Duration: 1 month
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Facebook Pixel and Facebook cookies are used in order to facilitate retargeting. Similarly to Google Adwords, Facebook cookies enable the connection of visitors with any Facebook account they may have. This connection is then used to target adverts to you via Facebook’s advertising platform. Facebook cookies are also used in order to measure the effectiveness of adverts, and to see what visitors do on the website in relation to the advertising that is conducted.
Duration: 3 months
Duration: 3 months
Twitter pixel and cookie are used in order to facilitate retargeting. Similarly to Google Adwords, Twitter cookies enable the connection of visitors with any Twitter account they may have. The connection is then used to target adverts to you.
The purpose of the functional cookies that we use is that they are technically necessary for the provision of our website and its functions. In accordance with the Act on Electronic Communication, these cookies are always active and do not require your previous consent.
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In order for goteborg2023.com to remember that you have selected program favourites in the calander, a cookie is placed on your browser.
Duration: 6 months
The purpose of these cookies is to enable us and our digital partners to be aware of, and to take into account, your chosen preferences regarding cookies.
Duration: 6 months
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Personal data management
The Personal Data Act is intended to prevent the violation of your personal integrity when personal data is processed. Your personal data may only be processed if you have given consent or if this is permitted under the Personal Data Act or other legislation.
What is personal data?
Personal data is information that can be linked in one way or another to you personally. This can be data such as your name or personal ID number, but also information such as your telephone number. Photos can also be a form of personal data, if you can clearly be recognised in them.
You give consent by clicking “Send”
When you contact us at Göteborg & Co using the form on our website, by email or an e-service and press “Send”, you automatically consent to letting us store your data. Please remember that you have the right to ask us to delete, update or correct your data.
Processing of personal data
“Processing” is a broad term. According to the legislation, collection, registration, dissemination and processing are some of the ways that personal data can be processed. Göteborg & Co processes your personal data in accordance with the law. In the event that we ask for your consent, you have the right to withdraw this consent. The processing of personal data that is needed in order to fulfil an agreement with you or to fulfil a legal obligation is permitted without consent. We only save your personal data for as long as is necessary for the intended purpose of processing. In certain cases we must comply with the Archives Act or other legislation, which means that we cannot delete data. This may mean that a piece of data that has been removed from one system because it is no longer needed may be kept in another system where the personal data is still required.
Personal data controller
Göteborg & Co is the personal data controller for the processing of personal data on this website, in emails and for processing data within the company. The owner is the City of Gothenburg.
We can be contacted regarding our processing of personal data at email@example.com.
We also have a personal data representative, whose name is Martin Brunhage. He can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org
When is my personal data processed?
Your personal data may be registered by Göteborg & Co when, for example, you send us an email or contact us via Twitter or Facebook. We may then need to save and store your information in our archive. This is one example of an occasion when we process your personal data. We may also do so when you subscribe to some information from us.
In most cases you have the right to be informed when we start processing your personal information and why we are doing so. You also have the right, free of charge, to request information on whether your personal data is being processed by us and, if so, which data this involves. You must personally write to us to request this information. You have the right to receive this information within one month. We also need to verify that you are the person you claim to be. Our contact details are given above.
You have the right to request that your data is deleted, updated or corrected.
This means that even if you withdraw your consent and the data based on that consent is no longer processed, your personal data may still be kept by us for other purposes, such as to comply with other laws that we are obliged to follow. Anyone who believes that a company is breaking the Personal Data Act or other personal integrity legislation can inform the Swedish Data Protection Authority. Read more at the Swedish Data Protection Authority website.
Liv i rörelse : Göteborgs befolkning och arbetsmarknad 1900-1950 (Life in motion: Gothenburg’s population and labor market 1900-1950)
As a part of Gothenburg 400 years celebrations, Nordic Academic Press has published the book "Liv i rörelse : Göteborgs befolkning och arbetsmarknad 1900-1950".
About the book
In this book, four researchers have studied the life paths and movement patterns of residents in Gothenburg during the period 1900–1950. It is about major events in ordinary people’s lives such as getting their first job, starting a family, changing homes and jobs and leaving the labor market; changes between different phases of life that are rarely highlighted in traditional history books.
Getting your first job, starting a family, changing homes and jobs and eventually leaving the labour market are key events in our lives. Despite this, the changes between the phases of life are rarely highlighted in traditional history books.
In this book, economic historians examine the life paths and mobility patterns of residents in the mature industrial city of Gothenburg between 1900–1950. With the help of the local authorities’ population register, the researchers have followed a random sample of Gothenburgers over time, and present here new results of their research.
What did the transition from youth to adulthood look like for the city’s residents and at what age did they achieve their highest incomes? To what extent did they change homes, workplaces and occupations? How big was the immigration to Gothenburg and how quickly did the immigrants integrate into the local labor market? The researchers’ questions about the material are nuanced and the answers provide new insights into the lives of ordinary people.
Buy the book here
Nordic Academic Press
Tobias Karlsson och Christer Lundh (red.)
230 x 150 x 24 mm
Number of pages
Gothenburg's 400th Anniversary
Gothenburg has turned 400 and the city wants to celebrate this by making Gothenburg an even better destination to visit, live and be in. In the summer of 2023, we invite locals and visitors from all over the world to celebrate together.
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