Privacy Policy

Last Revised Version: 2022-07-05

1 Introduction

Roaring Group AB protects your personal privacy and aims to protect your personal data in the best way. We comply with the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679) in our business and work continuously to ensure that the processing of personal data is done safely with your privacy in focus. This policy clarifies to what extent and with what limitation we collect, process and store personal data.

If you want to know more or have concerns about how we process personal information, you are most welcome to contact us at

This privacy policy applies to the services provided through this web service and other web services, APIs and plugins provided by Roaring Group AB with Swedish company id 559067-2613.

2 Information we collect about you and why we collect it

2.1 Customers

We at Roaring Group AB collect, process and store personal information regarding our existing customers and our potential customers. Information that can be collected is, for example, name, address, company, e-mail address, telephone number, IP address, chat or email conversations, which web pages that are visited on any Roaring web site and invoice information.

  • The information collected from the registered users can be used for contact by email, improvement of the website, improvement of customer service, accounting and billing purposes.
  • The data can also be used for business and method development, market analysis, statistics and risk management. The information that is processed in order to develop and analyse the business is treated on the basis of our legitimate interest to develop the business and to communicate with our contacts.
  • The information can also be used for direct marketing, where the purpose is to develop the business and reach past or new customers where the legitimate interest is marketing purposes.

The processing of this information is based on your consent, in order for us to be able to fulfill our agreement with you, or when there is a requirement in law that we must process the personal data. In addition, there is a legitimate interest to process the personal data. The purpose and the legitimate interest in processing the personal data is to develop the business and to communicate with users. For potential customers (such as chat users), the legal basis is not consent; instead, there is a legal basis because there is a legitimate interest in the treatment. The purpose and the legitimate interest in processing personal data is marketing, developing the business and communicating with potential customers. The information stored is necessary to reach potential customers.

We never sell your information to anyone else. We only store personal data for the time it is necessary for the purpose of the processing, and required by law.

2.2 Company representatives

Roaring collects and stores information that is necessary to be able to manage the relationship with you as a representative for an external company or organization such as suppliers, consultants or similar.

The contact information collected can for example consist of name, position in the company, company address, e-mail address, and telephone number. The purpose for this processing is to ensure that agreements with our clients and suppliers are adhered to. Thus, the legal ground for the processing is normally fulfillment of the contract.

In cases in which no agreement is in place we only process less sensitive personal data. This processing is required for us to be able to handle inquiries and to provide follow-ups of general questions. The legal ground for this processing is legitimate interests. 

Processing of personal data is also necessary in our financial processes to fulfill legal obligations.

2.3 Employees

Roaring collects and stores contact information that is necessary to fulfill our obligations according to employment contracts, labor laws, and work environment laws. The contact information can consist of, but is not limited to, name, social security number, telephone number and resumé. The legal ground for this processing is legal obligations or contract with the employee.

2.4 Job applicants

When applying for a job opening at Roaring, we collect personal data from you as an applicant to evaluate your profile and competence for the purpose of recruiting for a position. The data we collect includes contact info such as name, telephone number, as well as CV/resumé. The legal ground for this processing is legitimate interests. The information is deleted after the recruitment process unless consent is obtained to store it further.

2.5 Visitor of website

Roaring collects and analyses information from visitors of our website This is performed by using cookies which we use for marketing and sales purposes. The legal ground for this processing is legitimate interests. 

The Electronic Communications Act, which came into force on 25 July 2003, requires that all visitors to a website are informed about the use of cookies. We use cookies to keep statistics on how many people visit our website and which pages are visited. Cookies help us to improve the website by continuously learning how the website is used.

A cookie is a small text file that is stored in your computer's browser. It is easy to delete cookies and you can prevent the use of cookies by changing the settings of your browser so that it does not allow cookies to be stored on your computer. However, this may impair and prevent certain features and content.

On the website there is a chat function where the visitor can chat with representatives at Roaring. The data we collect there may include contact info such as name, e-mail, telephone number and other information provided by the visitor. The information is in some cases used for the purpose of marketing and sales. 

The legal ground for this processing is legitimate interest.

2.6 Social media

Roaring uses different social media platforms for marketing purposes. When you visit or contact us on our social media channels, we collect personal data such as name, e-mail, profile picture, comments/questions. The legal ground for this processing is legitimate interests. Note that the social media platform can be responsible for some parts of your rights as a data subject that is beyond Roaring´s control.

3 Your rights

You have the right to request information from Roaring Group AB about the use of the personal data that concerns you. We will, at your request or on our own initiative, correct or delete any information that is inaccurate or limiting the processing of such information. In some cases, you have the right to request that the processing of your personal data be limited. If you request that the processing of your information be limited, we may not be able to fulfill our possible obligations to you during the time the information is limited. However, the right to limitation does not apply if, for example, we are required by law to preserve the data.

It is important for us that the personal data we process is correct. Therefore, be aware that if you detect inaccuracies in your personal data, you should correct your information in the quickest way possible. The information in our register is updated continuously and if a correction is made by an authority we have the new tasks with us shortly, which means that the data is automatically corrected in our register. You also have the right to request that your information is not processed for direct marketing purposes. You also have the right to receive part of your personal data in a machine-readable format or, if technically possible, to have the information transferred to a third party that you designate. This right only covers information that you have shared with us yourself.

Please note that your rights above assume that we are personal data controllers. In the services we are a personal data assistant, we have no means of influencing your personal data and therefore recommend you to contact the personal data controller who can help you. We also want to alert you that any changes to personal data that you carry out, such as, for example, address change, should be made as soon as possible to the relevant authority.

If you are dissatisfied with how we process personal data, you can file a complaint with a supervisory authority, which in Sweden is the Swedish Authority for Privacy Protection (IMY). If you have comments, complaints or suggestions for improvements, you are also welcome to contact us directly at

Personal data manager is Roaring Group AB, 559067-2613, Svärdvägen 7, 182 33 Danderyd 

+46 (0)8-819 820,,

4 The database is operating under the Swedish Freedom of Expression Act (YGL)

The database is provided by Roaring Group AB – 559067-2613 and is operating under the Freedom of Expression Act (Yttrandefrihetsgrundlagen – YGL).

The responsible publisher is Roaring´s CEO, Johan Jensen.

5 How Roaring protects personal data

Information security is of the essence to us. Roaring uses advanced technical, physical and personnel measures to safeguard all data against any accidental, unlawful or unauthorized use, access, loss, modification or disclosure.

6 How long do we retain data

We keep the data as long as it is used for the purposes which it is processed unless a longer period is required by law.

7 Changes in the personal privacy policy

We can update our privacy policy when needed. When the personal data policy changes, you see it by us changing the date of the policy “Last Revised Version”. The applicable personal data policy is always available on our web

8 Questions and contact

If you have any question about this privacy policy or how we handle Personal Data you can contact our data protection officer at or write to