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Contact information on the rights and requests of the data subject:
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Kuura’s Online Service User Register
Ensure the proper use of the https://kampaamokuura.fi web service.
Collect information to develop a web service for customer-oriented and remarkable remarketing.
Transmission of a Call for Proposals to the Registrar.
Online service users, customers, employees,
Web page user information: Beginning of IP (Internet Protocol) address, cookie information, terminal type, traffic source, time of visit.
– In the call for tenders / contact
– email, phone number, name, message , subject.
Information is being handled by the company owner. Owner has access to personal data what are being used for providing the service. Owner is aware of the rules explained in GDPR.
3rd party companies does not provide any personal data of clients to our behalf.
Information provided by the user on the web site during and on the web service.
It will not be created outside the EU for companies that do not meet Privacy Shield or similar requirements set by the GDPR. The data will remain with the registrar and personal data processors (Google).
The company’s network service is located on Finnish servers. Website user data, however, is stored in Google Analytics visitor tracking in Google’s cloud environment, which can also be located outside the ETA (Privacy Shield countries).
Access control for business premises. Requiring identification from accessed persons, Google anonymizes user data, they are located in a secure cloud environment. Data can not be combined without the Internet operator’s information for natural persons. Secure connection to the online service (SSL).
Risks related to personal data include, for example, security breaches. Personal data stored in the register is protected, for example, unauthorized access to data, and any accidental or unlawful destruction, alteration, disclosure, transfer or other illegal processing of data.
Access to personal data
Right to data rectification
Right to Clear Data
Right to limit processing of opposition
Right to transfer data from one system to another (where applicable)
A request for registered rights must be made in writing to the registrar by e-mail.
The user-level and transaction-level data that Google Analytics stores will be automatically deleted from Analytics servers after 26 months.
The contacts will be kept for a year, after which they will be removed from the registers unless they have a legal basis under the law or regulation.
The Privacy statement was approved on May 20, 2018, and has been updated on 7.6.2020
Cookies are files that are automatically stored on a user’s device when he or she visits a website. They are usually used to enhance the user experience, such as remembering the contents of your Shopping Cart. Cookies can also be used to collect user information and modify the content of the website based on a previous visit or use of the website, eg for marketing purposes.
What information we collect
With the help of cookies and analytics tools, we get an indicative picture
The sources of traffic tell us through which the user has reached the site. For example, by typing an address directly into the address bar, from Google search results, or through Facebook. However, we do not know the exact address from which the user came to the site. In addition, we can see which keywords have shown our site in Google’s search results and how many times our site has been linked to.
If the user has their device of the third-party DoubleClick cookie, we can also give users orient the image
Nothing. We only see indicative figures about the number of visitors and what they do. None of this can be targeted.
Information is collected for both targeted marketing and public interest. From the information we collect, we can see what interests users most about the site and how many people visit it at all. These figures can later be published for others to see, such as in the form of a news article: “In 2019, our site received x more visitors, which was y more than in 2018”.
Articles on this site may contain embedded content (such as videos, images, articles, etc.). Opening the embedded content imported from other sites is comparable to the fact that the visitor actually happen a third-party site.
If you have an account and log in to the site, we set a temporary cookie that determines whether or not your browser supports cookies. This cookie does not contain any personal information and is deleted when the browser window is closed.
When you log in, we set several cookies that store your login and display settings. Login cookies will be deleted within two days, cookies related to display settings will be deleted after one year. If you select “Remember me” when logging in, your login information will be kept for two weeks. If you log out, the cookies associated with the login will be deleted at the same time.
If you publish an article or edit an existing one, we store a cookie in the browser that contains the ID of the article to be edited. The cookie expires in one day.
The name and e-mail address are collected from the administrators. You have the right to see the information collected about you, the right to have your information corrected and the right to have your information deleted, which in this case means deleting your account.