We’re in the business of making wireless networks kick ass, and that also requires handling some personal data, such as contact details to letting folks know what we’re up to. This notice describes how and why we process personal data. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why are we processing the data?We process personal data for the following purposes:
- Informing folks what we’re up to – this is based on our legitimate interest to do marketing regarding our products and services
- Website analytics, or to generate statistical data about the use of our website – this is based on your consent
What personal data is processed and where we get it from?
- Contact details (provided by yourself through the contact form)
- Website usage data, such as time spent on our site (collected through cookies from the use of our website). The cookies that are being used, their storage times and other information can be found from HubSpot’s site.
Where does the data end up?
We’re using a service provider (HubSpot) to run our website, and that provider processes personal data on our behalf. The site is primarily hosted and data processed in the EU, but HubSpot operates globally, and some data may be transferred outside the EU as well. In these cases, the transfer is based on the standard contractual clauses approved by the European Commission and additional safeguards implemented by HubSpot.
How long is the data stored?
Contact details are stored for five years or until you ask them to be deleted.
Website usage data is stored for 6 months. The storage periods for individual cookies are described on HubSpot’s site.
As it’s your data we’re handling, you have power over the use of your data. You have the right to access your data and the right to have any inaccurate or false data rectified (we’d also like the data to be correct and up to date!). You also have the right to ask that your data is deleted and to withdraw your consent. You can remove the cookies through your browser settings.
If you have any issues regarding the processing of your data, we encourage you to contact us. You also have the right to contact the supervisory authority, which in Finland is the Data Protection Ombudsman’s Office (https://www.tietosuoja.fi/en).
We’re not using the data for profiling or automated decision-making.