Handling of personal information
On this page you find information about how we handle personal information and about what cookies are used on www.autori.fi. It is important that using this site feels safe and that users understand how we handle personal information.
Autori Oy adhere to the information security requirements of the European Union general data protection regulation and to the Finnish legislation. The company ensures appropriate technical and organizational measures in its activities to minimize the risks involved in handling personal information. We collect information responsibly and by prioritizing the integrity of the website users. We strive for a high level of information security when we handle personal information.
We collect information only for specific and separately mentioned purposes.
Legal grounds for handling information
Autori Oy must collect and handle certain personal information to produce services, inform about services, develop services and to offer services to our users. For these reasons we can’t avoid collecting information. However, we strive to collect information only when its necessary and to provide our users largest possible control to manage collected information.
What information do we collect?
We collect and handle personal information that users provide either directly or indirectly with the purpose to provide information and/or services that are of interest to the user. For example, if the user fills a contact form or replies to a customer satisfaction survey, buys our services, is in direct contact with us or visits our website, reports and error or is in contact with us for some other reason, subscribes to a newsletter or other updates, registers or supplies personal information through social media or if the person applies for a job, internship or some other equivalent. We also collect information if it is justified for some other reasons to improve the relationship with our customers, website visitors or other stakeholders.
Collected information is also used for statistical reasons to improve the usability and functionality of our website and to offer a better user experience. In such cases we only use limited information, combined information or such information that is not connectable to personal information. Such information that is not connectable to personal information can be used to develop and maintain other systems that are linked to the website.
We maintain the information as long it is beneficial or required by the law.
Information about cookie usage on the website is informed separately, Motivations for using cookies are among other things saving language settings, improving the user experience, possibly advertisement targeting and to obtain statistics or information related to website usage. Examples of information related to website usage are information about used browsers and operating systems, URL’s of referring sites (origin of website traffic), day -, time – and duration of the visit, what pages and elements have been looked at, what links, buttons and other objects have been clicked on and what information is written in the text fields of forms.
Cookies might be used to collect and utilize personal information such as IP addresses or information related to IP addresses, but cookies are not used to collect individual information that can be directly connected to individual users. Depending on the purpose of used cookies they either disappear after the session or they are stored on the user’s device to improve the user’s user experience during future visits on the website.
We might also use third-party cookies on our website with a primary intention to improve the visitor’s user experience, collect statistics or to get a better understanding of the website usage. In some cases, for instance when using tools provided by Facebook, LinkedIn or other equivalents, third party cookies or other comparable techniques for collecting and sharing information might be used for other purposes, for instance to display targeted advertisements on other websites. Autori is not responsible for third-party cookies on our website and we can’t control their functionalities. The providers of these third-party cookies are responsible of the functionality of the cookies and for handling related personal information. Hence it is motivated to read the privacy policies of such providers with care.
Sharing personal information
Autori might share personal information that is collected on the website with other companies that handle personal information on our behalf, for instance with suppliers of IT services or with companies, that help with marketing, analytics or with statistics. If personal information is transferred to other countries (inside or outside the EU/EEA region), Autori ensures, that data transfer takes places according to prevailing legislation and in a secure way.
It is also possible that personal information is shared with third parties, for instance with the police or with other public authorities, if it concerns criminal investigations or if we are obliged to share such personal information according to law or other decisions by authorities.
Autori does not share personal information for any other reason that what is explained above.
A website user has the right to demand access to information collected about the specific user, to correct wrong information, demand to stop collecting information and to remove collected information, limit the use of collected information, withdraw previously provided permission to collect information and to object to the use of personal information. In such situations we ask the user to be in contact through the below mentioned contact details.
Autori Oy is responsible for personal information provided on or collected from the website. If a user has questions about the use of personal information, the best way for contact is:
By e-mail to the address firstname.lastname@example.org or by traditional mail to the address Autori Oy, Responsible of personal information, Kiviharjunlenkki 1B, 90220 Oulu, Finland.
Changes to the handling of personal information
The information provided herein is subject to change. Updated information is available on the Autori website.
The provided information is updated on November 6th, 2018.