This privacy statement provides information as referred to in Article 13 of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR). Drafted 28.10.2020
Data is saved to Laine & Hallami Oy email account hosted by Google.
Laine & Hallami Oy
Business ID: 2645336-6
Pursimiehenkatu 11 L 8
CEO, Ari Hallami
+358 41 545 1952
Personal data is being collected and used for receiving messages send via a contact form in laiha.fi –website.
The processing of personal data is based on consent, given by the data subject, to the processing of his or her personal data for this purpose (Article6(1)(a) of the GDPR). Personal data will be processed within the limits allowed by and under the prerequisites of the GDPR and the Finnish DataProtection Act (1050/2018).
Names, email addresses and/or phone numbers of those who have send a message using a contact form in laiha.fi –website.
Names, email addresses and/or phone numbers are being collected via a contact form in the laiha.fi –website.
Access to the information in this register is strictly limited to the administrators of the laiha.fi –website.
The administrators are employees of Laine & Hallami Oy.
No information will be disclosed to outside of the organisation. Data will only be disclosed or transferred to third parties due to a reporting duty based on law.
Personal data is not transferred outside the EU or the EFTA.
The collected data will be stored for two years.
Access required for reading, sending and removing responses received is limited to those employees who are responsible for the laiha.fi –website. The controller’s IT system and the devices in which the register is located are protected by normally used technical protection methods. Use of the register system requires a personal username and password granted only to employees responsible for the laiha.fi –website. An access control system is used on the premises of the controller.
The rights of the data subject are based on the GDPR. Among others, the data subject has the right to inspect data which concerns him or her and is stored in the register, to make request rectifications regarding erroneous data, and to exercise his or her rights under law in other respects.
A data subject who wishes to inspect data concerning himself or herself or wants such data to be rectified or erased must submit a request signed by him or her or a similarly authenticated requesting writing to the controller. When deemed necessary the controller can call on the data subject to prove his or her identity. The controller will respond to the data subject in the time as set forth in the GDPR (at the latest within one month).
The data subject has the right to lodge a complaint with the Finnish supervisory authority – the Office of the Data Protection Ombudsman – if the data subject considers the processing of his or her personal data to constitute an infringement the GDPR.
The register is not being used to conduct profiling or other automated decision making.
Cookies are text files which are sent to and stored in the users device. Cookies do not harm the users devices or files. Cookies can be necessary for the appropriate functioning of some of the services on this specific website.
By using the laiha.fi –website the user consents to the use and storing of cookies on his or her device.
The site uses both session specific and tracking cookies. Session specific cookies are stored for the time when the users web-browser is kept open, but are destroyed, when the browser is closed. Only tracking cookies, which are used to identify new or returning users are stored beyond this.
We use third-party analytics software on the website (Google Analytics), which place tracking cookies on the users device. With these cookies we can, among others, identify users returning to the website.
The users browser notifies if a tracking cookie is already in use. If a tracking cookie is not found, a new cookie will be installed into the browser.
We will not disclose information received via cookies to any third parties.
Cookies are used to collect user information such as:
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