Your rights as a personal information provider
Staria Oyj, hereinafter referred to as "the Company", is personally responsible under the Data Protection Regulation for the processing of personal data.
The company cares about the privacy of those who visit our website. We are responsible for ensuring that the personal information collected by us on the site is used only for the intended purpose. We will protect your personal data from unauthorised access and use.
Below is a summary of our obligations and your rights as personal information provider.
Processing of personal data
In order for us to answer a question or fulfil a request from you, you must sometimes provide personal information, such as name, address, company name, email address and telephone number. That information is used to contact you. The right to store your personal data is based on the right of interest trade-off.
Examples of purposes
Personal data provided under blog is used to keep you informed by email when a new blog post is posted.
Personal information provided under expertise is used to send the information that you have requested.
Personal data provided under events is used to inform and book activities that you are interested in attending.
Personal information provided for contact is used to contact you and provide you with the assistance you require.
Personal data provided under Join us page is used for recruitment.
Personal data may be transferred to companies within the Company's group. Other companies within the Group may individually be responsible in accordance with the terms and conditions applicable to each service or function and according to national law applicable to such company.
Personal data may also be provided to subcontractors which the company employs to perform a service, i.e. for the disclosure of financial information, invitations, recruitment and the Annual General Meeting. Each designated subcontractor is a personal information counsel for the Company.
When giving out your personal information to the company, we want you to feel safe. We therefore take all reasonable steps to protect your personal information. Among other things, SSL security is utilized. The processing of personal data is in accordance with the provisions of the Integrity Protection Act.
The systems we use to store your data are fundamentally adapted to comply with the privacy laws that exist in the EU.
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Your rights when you provide your personal information
We only record the information we need for the purpose described above. As an information provider, you always have the right to:
- Take note of the information we store about you
- Change or update the information we have
- Have your information deleted and forgotten
- Have your information stored but no longer linked to you as a person.
To do this, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us +35 42 442 20 00.
You also have the right to get information about infringements in our data records by email from us.
Digital information and digital channels
The company will send digital information to you in different suitable formats and channels depending on the content and purpose of the information. The information will be used and designed in formats such as: text, graphics and images in emails.
How long is the personal data stored?
We keep your personal information for as long as it is necessary to provide you with the digital information in accordance with the purpose described above. If you no longer want to receive information, you can easily unsubscribe here.
Visitor Identification - Cookies and Logs
When you visit the Staria website, information is stored on your terminal device in the form of a "cookie." Cookies are small files that are stored on your terminal device and save certain settings and data to exchange with our websites via your browser.
For example, cookies enable us to tailor a website to better match your interests or to store your password so that you do not have to re-enter it every time. As a general rule, we never collect personal data via cookies, unless you have given us your express permission to do so.
If you do not want us to recognise your terminal device, please configure your Internet browser to erase all cookies from your device, to block all cookies or to receive a warning before a cookie is stored. You will find brief instructions on how to do this below.
Please note that certain functions of our website may no longer work, or not work correctly, without cookies.
Types of cookies
Cookies can be assigned to four categories, depending on their function and intended purpose: absolutely necessary cookies, performance cookies, functional cookies, and cookies for marketing purposes.
Absolutely necessary cookies
Absolutely necessary cookies are needed for you to navigate within Staria’s website and operate basic website functions, such as the issuance of anonymous Session IDs for bundling several related queries to a server..
Performance cookies collect information on the usage of our websites, including, for example, the Internet browsers and operating systems used, the domain name of the website which you previously visited, the number of visits, average duration of visit, and pages called up.
These cookies do not store any information that would make it possible to personally identify the user. The information collected with the aid of these cookies is aggregated and is therefore anonymous. Performance cookies serve the purpose of improving the user friendliness of a website and therefore enhancing the user’s experience. You can block the use of such cookies by creating an exclusion cookie.
Functional cookies enable a website to store information the user has already entered (such as user ID, language selection, or the user’s location), in order to offer improved, personalised functions to the user. Functional cookies are also used to enable requested functions such as playing videos, and to make a user’s decision to block or disable a certain function (e.g. web analysis) permanently (“opt-out cookies”).
Cookies for marketing purposes
Cookies for marketing purposes are used to offer more relevant content to users, based on their specific interests. They are also used to limit the display frequency of an ad and to measure and control the effectiveness of advertising campaigns. They register whether users have visited a website or not, and which content was used. This information may possibly also be shared with third parties, such as advertisers, for example. These cookies are often linked to the functions of third-party websites. You can block the use of such cookies by creating an opt-out cookie (see “managing cookies”).
How can I deactivate cookies?
In the following links below you will find a summary that provides detailed information on the deactivation of cookies in commonly used browsers.