Data Controller

Finleeds

Business ID: 3217611-5

Espoo, Uusimaa, Finland

Finleeds’ privacy matters are handled by Data Protection Officer Oliver Wellmann, support@finleeds.com.

Purpose of Processing Personal Data

Finleeds collects personal data on its pages for its own marketing purposes and to develop its operations. Personal data can be used for direct marketing via email and telephone.

Processed Personal Data

The extent of the personal data processed depends on the situation. The most commonly collected data includes the person’s first and last name, email address, phone number, and company name. We store all personal information that we collect through the forms on our site.

Principles of Protecting Personal Data

Finleeds follows leading data protection practices in its operations. Personal data is collected through a secure SSL connection and stored in encrypted databases. Finleeds’ own computers have appropriate firewalls, our internet connection is encrypted, we only use strong passwords, and we never send personal data through unencrypted connections. We ensure that only authorized persons can process personal data. Individuals processing personal data are subject to a confidentiality obligation.

Transfer of Personal Data

Finleeds only transfers personal data to its service providers to the extent required to provide the agreed service. For example, cookie data collected for analytics purposes is transferred to Google Analytics, so Google has access to this data. In these situations, Finleeds acts as the data controller and Google as the data processor according to its role.

In some cases, we may also transfer personal data to organizations operating outside the European Economic Area, or so-called third countries. Such data transfer is only possible if one of the following conditions is met:

-The EU Commission has decided that the country’s level of data protection is adequate;

-The data transfer uses model clauses approved by the EU Commission;

-The recipient has committed to comply with the EU-US Privacy Shield arrangement.

Storage Time for Personal Data

We store personal data for as long as necessary. The length of storage times depends on the situation. Please note that you can always request the deletion of your data from our systems.

Exercising the Rights of the Data Subject

The data subject has the right to request access to his/her personal data from Finleeds, as well as the right to request the correction or deletion of such data, or to restrict or object to its processing. Due to technical reasons, materials stored in our systems cannot be requested to be transferred directly from the data controller to another service provider’s system. However, we will provide the material in electronic form to the data subject themselves.

Requests concerning personal data can be addressed to Finleeds’ Data Protection Officer Oliver Wellmann (support@finleeds.com).

Cookies on Finleeds Pages

We use cookies on our site to improve the user experience (for example, to ensure site functionality regardless of the device). In addition, we use cookies to monitor user behavior on the site. These cookies are used so that we know what interests users, to personalize the website, and to target advertising. 

The use of these cookies is not mandatory for the operation of the site and, if you wish, you can remove these cookies using your browser’s functions (instructions for this can be found in your browser’s instructions).

User Tracking

We use Google Analytics on our website, which provides us with information about your movements on our website. For this purpose, Google Analytics uses cookies, whereby information created by cookies about the use of the website is transferred and stored by Google. We use IP address encryption in Google Analytics. According to the terms of use of Google Analytics, Google does not link registered IP addresses to any other data stored by Google.

Resolution of Disputes

We aim to resolve disputes related to the processing of personal data directly with the data subject. However, if you are dissatisfied with the processing of your personal data, you have the right to bring the matter to the attention of the data protection authority.