You may require access to your personal information, and you may also require the information to be corrected or deleted. If you wish any of this, contact your library which is responsible for the information.
There are two types of cookies: one type stores a file on the user's computer. This file is normally used to remember the user's preferences and settings between sessions. The other type is a temporary file that's only saved during active use, and will be deleted as soon as the browser window closes. No personal information about the user is saved. Both types of cookies are used to save the user's language options, and to protect against data attacks.
Cookies are not lawful unless the user is informed of the purpose of the storage and the manner in which the information is used, and has accepted this. By continuing to use Mikromarc, you agree that cookies are stored on your computer. Most browser programs agree to save cookies by default.
In some cases, the storage is also based on GDPR Article 6 1 (c) "processing is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation to which the controller is subject." Libraries are required to collect statistics about the use of the library. These statistics can not be identified at a personal level, and are handed over to the National Library.
The National Library and library system suppliers in Norway are responsible for the National Borrower Register, and data processing agreements exists between the parties.
Questions regarding privacy in the Mikromarc library system can be addressed to Data Protection Officer Ann Maelerts (Email: email@example.com).