Cookie Policy

 

This website (lapland.fi) uses so-called cookies. Cookies are small pieces of data which are saved in your browser when you load a website. It allows for recognition of your computer/IP address and for collection of information about the pages you visit and which features you use.

 

The cookies set on our website do not collect personal data about users. The data retrieved will be used only to enhance the quality and accessibility of content, service and support to our visitors. The data may be made public from time to time, however only in an aggregate, non-personally identifiable form, indicating for instance the total number of site visitors.

 

The following third parties store the following cookies on www.lapland.fi websites:

Google services (Google Adwords and Google Analytics), IBM Marketing Cloud and  social media services  (for  example:  Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn)

 

By using the lapland.fi website, you consent to us using cookies as described above. If you no longer wish to consent to the use of cookies, you must disable cookies by changing your browser settings. Most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies. If you prefer, you can set your browser to reject cookies, or to reject third party cookies only. If you reject cookies you may not be able use other features on this or other websites that rely on cookies to enable a better user experience.

 

Person file description pursuant to the Personal Data Act (523/1999), Section 10:

  1. Registrar

House of Lapland Oy (business ID: 1544440-5)

Valtakatu 11

FI-96100 Rovaniemi

Tel. (+358) 400 979 185

 

  1. Person responsible for administration

House of Lapland Oy

Valtakatu 11

FI-96100 Rovaniemi

Tel. (+358) 400 979 185

paula.vuolo@houseoflapland.fi

 

  1. Name of the register

House of Lapland direct marketing register

 

  1. Purpose of personal data

The personal data will be handled for purposes of direct advertising,  or other direct marketing, opinion surveys or market studies, or other comparable postings to the recipient´s address. The data may be analysed and processed in order to tailor marketing to the interests of data subjects and to develop the registrar´s marketing operations.

 

  1. Data content of the register

The following information is handled in the register:

Name,  contact information (postal addresses, phone numbers, email addresses) and additional information and interests that may be provided by the customer.

 

  1. Regular data sources

The data is collected from the data subjects themselves, such as when they participate in marketing campaign and events organised by the registrar. Personal data and updates can also be collected from the registrar´s partners, and from authorities and companies that offer services related to personal data.

 

  1. Disclosure and transfer of data

The data in the register may be disclosed as permitted and obligated by valid legislation, unless the data subject has forbidden the disclosure of his or her data.

As a rule, data will not be transferred to outside the European Union or the European Economic Area, unless required for processing the personal data or the technical implementation of processing. In such cases, the data will be transferred in compliance with the provisions of personal data legislation.

 

  1. Protection of the register

Electronically processed data in the register is protected by firewalls, passwords and other means generally accepted within the field of data security. Data included in the register is only accessible to designated employees of the registrar and companies acting on its mandate and on its behalf, with individual user authorisation granted by the registrar.

 

  1. Right of inspection, restriction and correction

The data subject has the right pursuant to the Personal Data Act to inspect what information relating to him or her has been stored in the register. A written and signed inspection request shall be submitted to the party responsible for administration. An inspection request can also be made personally at the registrar´s premises.

The data subject has the right to prohibit the processing of data relating to him or her and its disclosure for direct marketing  and other direct marketing as well as for market surveys and opinion polls, by contacting the registrar.

The data subject has the right to demand the correction of false information by contacting the registrar.