We are Helsingin Kahvipaahtimo and we value your privacy. To provide this website and our services to you, we get and/or collect some information on you. This means we are what lawyers call a controller of your data and that we have responsibilities towards you. Here you will find details on what do we need your information for and how we handle it. If you have any questions, you can contact us on email@example.com.
Browsing and cookies
This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. The data is stored in anonymised form and will be erased within 12 months. The collected data will not be passed on. For an overview of Google Analytics, please visit http://www.google.com/analytic....
This website also uses Facebook Pixel. It is used to follow, if someone has bought something from us as a result of a Facebook add.
User accounts and mailing lists
You give us your email, first name and last name and, if you want, your phone number. In addition, when checking out, we ask for a delivery address and other necessary contacts to deliver the products. The data is saved in servers of a Finnish company called Suomen Hostingpalvelu Oy (FI2180456-9).
If you subscribe to our mailing list, we only store your email to the list. If your email is firstname.lastname@example.org we might guess your name as well. Our mailing list serves two purposes: we use it to tell you about all the interesting things we have been doing lately and to market our services to you. Lawyers tell us that we can do this, because it is in our legitimate interest, and that we should tell it to you as well (if you are interested to learn more, see ico.org.uk)
You can unsubscribe from our mailing list at any time. You will find a link to do this in every email we send to you. Every now and then we will also ask you to check and update your information. We do this to check if you’re still following the email address you gave us.
Right of access and rectification
You can ask us to provide you the data we have about you. You can check it and if they are wrong or there are inaccuracies you can provide us the correct information and we will rectify it. If you’re not sure whether we have your data or not, just send us an email and we’ll let you know.
Right to object
When we process your data based on our legitimate interest, you have the right to object such processing and ask us to stop it. Answering to you might take some time and meanwhile you can ask us to restrict processing (see below).
If we find that your need to have us stop processing your information is greater than our need to continue it, we will stop it. In some cases we might feel that we have a legitimate need to continue processing some of your information. When this is the case, we will let you know and justify our view. If you feel we are on the wrong, you have the right to lodge a complaint to data protection ombudsman (see below).
Right to restriction of processing
You can ask us to restrict the processing of your information, if:
• You think the information we hold on you is incorrect or inaccurate, for the time it takes us to verify this.
• You have objected the processing (see above), but we are still considering whether we have a legitimate interest to continue processing.
• The processing of your information is unlawful, but you oppose us erasing your data (if you for example still need it for something else).
• We no longer need you information for our purposes, but you still need it for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.
Right to be forgotten
You can ask us to ‘forget you’. This means that you can ask us to erase all or some of your data, which we will do, provided we don’t have a legal obligation to keep them. In some cases we might have a pressing need to keep your data, although it is not a legal obligation. In these cases we will let you know and justify our view to you. If you don’t agree, you have the right to lodge a complaint to data protection ombudsman (see below).
Right to lodge a complaint
You have the right to lodge a complaint to data protection ombudsman, if:
• You have objected our processing of your data but we don’t agree
• You have asked us to erase your data (‘forget you’), but we don’t agree
• You think that our processing of your data is otherwise unlawful.
If you are EU citizen, you can lodge the complaint at your country’s data protection authority. As we are a Finnish company, you can also lodge the complaint to the Finnish data ombudsman. You can find the instructions to lodge a complaint here: instructions to lodge a complaint at https://tietosuoja.fi/.