Nordicrotors.com (“Nordic Rotors”) is a Swedish website aimed to provide an objective view of the regional helicopter business in a comprehensive way.
Any visitor may request that any type of content should be changed. All change requests will be validated manually by the Nordic Rotors crew. The validation time may vary depending on the size of the current backlog and/or other circumstances. For our convenience we will not state a fixed time.
In general, do not request to change a page unless you are certain that the information you are providing is within the boundaries of these rules & regulations and that your requested change will not, in any way accuse or offend anyone.
We like unique and spectacular photos! We encourage anyone with a decent photo of a helicopter to upload it. Preferably Nordic helicopters, but everything goes.
We will validate the photo based on these criteria:
Each Photographer has the copyright for his or her own photo(s). The uploader of a photo is solely responsible that the copyright belongs to him or her and not to anyone else. All material published on Nordic Rotors are protected by Swedish law (49 a §, the Swedish copyright legislation). If you wish to use photos for other purposes than for private use, always contact the photographer using the "contact" function.
Unless otherwise stated the copyright belongs solely to Nordic Rotors which is owned by Rickard Gillberg and Mattias Axelsson.
Nordic Rotors may use your photo in advertising purposes (e.g using your photo on our website to advertise for a vacancy) or use your photo in social media in the purpose of branding Nordic Rotors. If you explicit do not want this you need to inform us.
We only accept helicopter related advertisements. If you wish to receive more information about advertisement possibilities at our website, please contact us.
It is currently not allowed to advertise in photos or in a wiki-page.
If you decide to edit a wiki page or upload a photo your IP address will be stored together with your name and e-mail address. The e-mail address you provide will be hidden from everyone except for Nordic Rotors staff, thus it cannot be seen by robots looking for addresses to send spam to.
Nordic Rotors will not use any information provided by you for commercial purposes, or distribute it to any third parties. We will not use your IP address other than in the case of misuse of our site.
On May 25th 2018, the new Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enters into force. GDPR replaces the Personal Information Act (PUL) and aims to protect all our personal data against unauthorized use.
Nordic Rotors handles all data containing personal information according to applicable law. If the user wants to delete their data Nordic Rotors should be contacted.
A cookie, also known as a web cookie, browser cookie, and HTTP cookie, is a piece of text stored by a user's web browser. A cookie can be used for authentication, storing site preferences, shopping cart contents, the identifier for a server-based session, or anything else that can be accomplished through storing text data.
A cookie consists of one or more name-value pairs containing bits of information, which may be encrypted for information privacy and data security purposes. The cookie is sent as an HTTP header by a web server to a web browser and then sent back unchanged by the browser each time it accesses that server.
A cookie is not a virus, which is a very common missunderstanding. At Nordic Rotors the cookies are not created by us but by Facebook. We need to have cookies enabled to check your login status at Facebook and to be able to send variables to Facebook.
Most modern browsers allow users to decide whether to accept cookies, and the time frame to keep them, but if you decide rejecting cookies you will not be able to use the Facebook Like button located at various place at Nordic Rotors. No other functions will be affected.
Not following the rules will have consequences. You will be warned, or ultimately banned. In more alarming situations we may contact your internet service provider.
For the representatives of media:
Contents of any text may not be quoted or copied outside our website without prior permission. If using a quote from our website, the source “Nordic Rotors.com” must be mentioned. News regarding helicopter accidents will be kept at a professional level. Nordic Rotors will never speculate or claim how or why an accident occurred.
Even though every photo is screened and every wiki page is being validated manually, Nordic Rotors cannot be held responsible for the information contained in the wiki pages nor in the comment of a photo, thus we do not warrant the accuracy of information provided here.
The content shall therefore not be used as a reference to business associated decisions, nor should it be used in articles or stories covering a specific company or helicopter. Please consult the company personally for current information. All edits or comments represent the sole opinions of each individual author. We will do our best making sure the information displayed is as accurate as possible.
We reserve ourselves for any changes or updates of these rules and regulations. Check back on a regular basis to ensure you are up to date.