The purpose of this Privacy Statement is to inform you about the practices followed by Into Seinäjoki Group in the collection, processing and protection of personal data and the rights of data subjects in the management of their data.
Into Seinäjoki Oy, Y-1637389-9
How and what personal data do we collect about you?
We collect personal data that you or your employer provide to us when you use our services (e.g. logging into our online services, participating in our events, subscribing to our newsletter or other materials) or when you interact with our staff by email, phone or meeting.
The personal information we collect is information that can be directly or indirectly associated with you as an individual, such as your name, telephone number and email address. In addition, we collect information related to the management of your account, such as email and chat content, as well as visit data to our websites and user IDs for our systems that require logins. From other sources, we collect personal data only in connection with updating the Seinäjoki Region Business Register.
How do we use your personal data?
Customer service and development: In addition, we use personal data to better understand our customers’ needs and to further develop our business, services and related processes.
Communication and marketing: we use personal data for communication and marketing purposes, but we use personal data primarily to target marketing to our customers based on business information rather than personal data.
Compliance with legal obligations and promotion of safety: we use personal data to comply with legal obligations, such as employer obligations. Where necessary, we may also use personal data to detect or prevent damage or abuse. In order to protect property and public order, all public areas managed by Into are subject to camera surveillance.
In addition to the above, we may also process your personal data for any purposes for which you have given your consent, provided that such processing is limited to the extent necessary and is not combined in a way incompatible with the purpose of the processing.
How do we protect your personal data?
To protect your personal data, we ensure the security of our staff, information systems, communication networks, offices and technical facilities. We take into account the risks involved and the solutions available to address those risks, such as training and limited and controlled access to information systems and physical premises.
Who do we share your personal data with?
– To companies within the Into group for the purposes set out in this notice.
– To third parties who provide customer service on our behalf on our behalf. These parties may not use personal data for any purpose other than to provide the service contracted with us.
– To the funding bodies of various projects for reporting purposes.
– In connection with legal proceedings or at the request of a public authority under applicable law or by order of a court in connection with legal proceedings or proceedings before a public authority.
– In connection with business transactions such as mergers and various business acquisitions or transfers.
Personal data will not be disclosed outside the European Union or the European Economic Area.
How long do we keep your personal data?
We will only retain personal data for as long as necessary to fulfil the purposes of use as set out in this notice, unless otherwise required by law. There are no similar restrictions on the retention of anonymised data.We do not retain outdated or unnecessary data. We will endeavour to ensure that personal data and other customer information is kept up to date and accurate.
What rights do you have?
You have the right to:
– To check whether we are processing information about you and what information we are processing in accordance with applicable law. This can be done once a year free of charge. A request for an inspection must be made by hand-signed or similarly authenticated document.
– Request the correction or deletion of inaccurate, unnecessary, incomplete or outdated personal data.
– Opt-out of direct marketing by clicking on the link in direct marketing messages or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
– Object to the use and disclosure of your personal data. Please note, however, that in certain circumstances, the provision and processing of your data may be a condition for accessing or using the service. The company reserves the right to suspend the provision of the services or to block access to the services if the data subject does not provide or requests the deletion of data relevant to the service.
How can you contact us and the authorities?
If you have any questions regarding the processing of your personal data, you can contact us by sending an email to email@example.com. You can also send requests for data protection, rectification, restriction and erasure of personal data to the same address.
Contact details of supervisory authorities:
Address of the Data Protection Authority (DPO): Ratapihantie 9, 6th floor, 00520 Helsinki, Finland.
Postal address: P.O. Box 800, 00521 Helsinki, Finland
Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority
Itämerenkatu 3 A, 00180 Helsinki, Finland
Processing of personal data
We process personal data in accordance with the data protection legislation in force in Finland. We process personal data (e.g. name, address, email address, telephone number) in accordance with the law, for example, as a result of and in accordance with customer relationship or consent. We mainly collect personal data from users themselves, for example, when subscribing to newsletters, filling in forms or registering on the site.
To have your say
If you do not want us or our partners to target advertising or content based on your internet behaviour, you can prevent this by disabling the cookies you want in your browser settings. The mobile identifier corresponding to the cookie can be reset in the device settings. By clearing the cookies or the mobile identifier at regular intervals, the user changes the identifier that forms the user’s profile. Clearing the cookies does not stop the data collection completely, however, but resets the profile based on previous behavioural data.
Some cookies are necessary for the website to function properly, while others improve the functionality and usability of the website. For example, cookies allow you to avoid having to re-enter usernames, passwords and personalisation choices each time you visit the site. Some cookies collect information about the use of the site (statistics) to make the site more user-friendly and useful.
Our website may also include features such as a Facebook like button, with content coming directly from Facebook. Facebook, Google, Twitter and other similar service providers may collect information about a visitor’s visit in accordance with their respective terms and conditions.