Current Swedish Archaeology (CSA) is a peer-reviewed journal focusing primarily on the interpretation of the archaeological record and on archaeology as social practice. The aim of the journal is to make findings and discussions in Swedish and wider Nordic archaeology accessible to non-Scandinavian speaking readers in and outside of the region and to promote contact and debate between Swedish archaeology and the larger international field. Learn more >>
The journal manages personal information for academic purposes, i.e., to complete and distribute research material. Therefore, each journal is liable for dealing with personal information. The National Library of Sweden provides access to Publicera as digital infrastructure and archive for the journal. The following text describes how the journal collects and manages personal information via Publicera.
What counts as personal information and how is it managed?
Personal information is all kinds of information that directly or indirectly can be attributed to a physical living person. This can, for example, include images and sound bites that are managed in a database even if anonymized. In addition, encrypted information and different kinds of electronic identities (e.g., IP numbers) are considered personal information if connected to a physical person.
Management of personal information includes all transactions related to the data. This includes all management, whether or not it is automatic.
Common types of management of personal data are collection, registration, organization, structuring, storing, processing, transferring and deleting.
The Editor-in-Chief, Sophie Bergerbrant, is responsible for managing personal data regarding Current Swedish Archaeology.
Personal information in use by Publicera
The purpose of managing personal information in the platform is to complete and distribute academic content, including preparing manuscripts before publication carried out by authors, editors and reviewers, and editing and publishing articles and supplemental material online.
Management of data
Registration, organization, structuring, storing, preparing, changing, import, export, reading, using, transferring, distribution or otherwise making available, adjusting or merging, limiting, deleting or destroying.
Transferring of personal information to third country
The personal information in Publicera is stored on Swedish servers. The public metadata referring to published material can be transferred to servers in a third country.
Personal information categories
Mandatory fields: username, first name, last name, e-mail, country.
Encrypted field: password
Optional fields: salutation, middle name, suffix, gender, ORCiD, web page, phone number, fax number, affiliation, biographical information, registration date.
Legal reason for managing personal information
Personal data is stored without an expiration date.