Privacy statement

Personal Data Act (523/1999) 10 § and 24 §
Draft date 29.1.2020

1. Data controller
Kuljetus Tornikoski Oy / Tas-Trans Oy
Business-ID: 0869028-8 / Business-ID: 0688819-4
Ratsastuskentäntie 7
90540 Oulu

2. Contact person in regard to the register
Susanne Tornikoski
Managing Director, Tas-Trans Oy
tel. +358 440 388 662

3. Name of the register
Kuljetus Tornikoski Oy's and Tas-Trans Oy's customer and marketing register.

4. Purpose of handling personal data
Manage, implement, develop and monitor the customer relationship, customer service and related communication and marketing.

5. The information contained in the database

The following data of the data subject may be stored:

• Name of person
• Email address
• Telephone number
• Position in the company
• Company details
• IP number
• Browsing on the site

6. Data sources
The data content of the register is collected from the data subjects themselves through the forms on this website.

7. Disclosure of information
The information shall not be passed on except where required by the authorities.

8. Data transfer outside the EU or EEA
Information may shall be provided to services operating outside the territory of the Member States of the European Union or the European Economic Area. The transfer of data complies with the requirements of the Personal Data Act and we share the data with these services in accordance with the principles of data minimisation and risk reduction.

9. Retention period of personal data
We retain the information for the time being. The data may be deleted from the register at intervals consistent with current practice.

10. Protection of the register
The information is collected in databases, which are protected by firewalls, passwords and other technical means.

11. Verification rights
According to Section 29 of the Personal Data Act, the data subject has the right to inspect the data contained in the register. The request is made through the contact form on this site. The request will be handled by the entity mentioned in section 2.

12. The right to correction
According to Section 30 of the Act, the data subject has the right to request correction or erasure of inaccurate data relating to him or her in the Register. The request is made through the contact form on this site. The request will be handled by the entity mentioned in section 2.

13. Other rights relating to the processing of personal data
According to Section 30 of the Act, the data subject has the right to prohibit the controller from processing data relating to him or her for the purposes of direct advertising, distance selling and other direct marketing, market research and opinion polling. The request is made through the contact form on this site. The request will be handled by the entity mentioned in section 2.

General Terms and Conditions

Kuljetus Tornikoski Oy / Tas-Trans Oy will endeavour to ensure that the information on the Site is accurate, complete and up to date, but the Site and its content will be provided as is. No warranty, express or implied, is given as to the accuracy, reliability or content of the Services. Web services may contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors.

Ownership of the material contained in the Services as well as all copyrights belong to Kuljetus Tornikoski Oy / Tas-Trans Oy, except for those materials in which the source is specifically mentioned.

Limitation of Liability
Kuljetus Tornikoski Oy / Tas-Trans Oy shall not be liable in any way for any direct, incidental, indirect, or punitive damages, losses, costs or lost profits in connection with the content of or downloaded from this website. Finnish law is applicable to any dispute.

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Google Analytics
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Are cookies malicious?

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