Privacy policy

All personal information about the user due to the use of the NASF website ( will be processed in accordance with Icelandic laws and regulations concerning the handling of personal information as they stand at any time. This adherence ensures that the processing of personal data is in compliance with the principles of data protection and privacy under Icelandic jurisdiction.

NASF has the permission to utilize the following information for market research that potentially leads to improved service for users. Furthermore, NASF reserves the right to use this information with its partners for the purpose of enhancing and offering a more varied service. However, information will never be sold or given to third parties.

Users have the right to access the information that has about them. Should a user have any objections to the information, they have the right to have it corrected or deleted at no cost, in accordance with Icelandic data protection laws.

Emails and their attachments sent by NASF staff may contain confidential information intended only for the addressee. Anyone who receives the email by accident, mistake, or without authorization is urged to maintain the utmost confidentiality in line with Icelandic telecommunications law (Law No. 107/1999), Article 2, Paragraph 44, and notify the sender immediately that the information was received in error.

By using this website, information about the visit is generated. NASF uses this information to improve the website and the user experience, prioritizing the preservation of this data. We do not hand it over to third parties unless there is a legal obligation to do so, always acting within the framework of Icelandic law.

Cookies are collected for the purpose of counting visits as well as analyzing the user journey on the website. This information is analyzed to improve the user experience on the website and facilitate access to information, all within the scope of Icelandic legal requirements.

If an account is created on the site, cookies necessary for the functionality of the website are collected upon user login. Name, email address, and phone number are stored when a user writes a comment or submits a request through the site. These details are kept to manage communication history and facilitate the resolution of inquiries, in strict compliance with Icelandic data protection legislation.

NASF uses Google Analytics to collect data, including details about each visit, its duration, the pages a user visited within the website, and where they left the domain, ensuring all data collection practices adhere to Icelandic laws and regulations.