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Are Cookies dangerous?
No, Cookies are not dangerous. Cookies are plain text files and cannot contain viruses. The files are small and most browsers only allow a certain amount of cookies to be stored in memory. There is therefore no risk of the hard drive becoming full just because you allow cookies.

Can I say no to cookies?
If you do not want to accept cookies, your browser can be set so that you automatically deny the storage of cookies or be informed every time a website requests to store one. Then no cookies will be stored, but some parts of the website may not work completely correctly.

The law states that we may store cookies on your device if they are absolutely necessary to use this website. For all other purposes, your consent is required.

This website uses different types of cookies. Some cookies are placed by third-party services that appear on our pages.

We use two types of Cookies
Necessary cookies enable the basic functions of our website to work properly and these cookies cannot therefore be turned off.

Marketing and statistical cookies provide us with information about visitor statistics on an overall level and not on an individual level.


Personal data
GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a new law that comes into effect throughout the EU from 25 May 2018. GDPR and the Data Protection Act replace the Personal Data Act (PUL) and the aim is to improve the protection of the individual when processing personal data.

What is personal data?
Personal data is all information that can be linked to you directly or indirectly. This involves information such as name, social security number, address, IP number and images.

The personal data you provide will be processed electronically. The data will be used for our administration and to facilitate contact between you/your company and us. We do not publish any personal data.

Where we get your data from and which data we process
You have either provided information to us yourself via e.g. email conversation or we have obtained information about you via publicly available sources, for example the Swedish Companies Agency and the Swedish Tax Agency. We have then collected information about company name, industry and company form, name, e-mail address, role, visiting and postal address for the company, telephone number.

Purpose and legal basis
Contact with you takes place within the framework of our mission to establish a business cluster for green industrial transition with world-leading technology development.

How long do we process your personal data?
Your data will be processed until further notice or until you notify us that you do not wish to have contact with us.

Your rights
You have the right to request access to, correction, limitation or deletion of your personal data. When we delete your data, we will do a so-called anonymization of your data. This means that your personal data is completely overwritten and can no longer be read and linked to you.

Processing personal data
Read more about on Luleå Municipality’s website.

Data Protection Officer
E-mail: [email protected]
Postal address: Data Protection Officer, Luleå Municipality, 971 85 Luleå

You also have the right to file a complaint with the Swedish Data Protection Authority if you believe that your personal data has been processed incorrectly.
Telephone: 08-657 61 00
Email: [email protected]
Postal address: Box 8114, 104 20 Stockholm

General contact Luleå kommun
Send e-mail to [email protected]
Call 0920453000