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Privacy Policy

Information about the Register, Privacy Protection, and Cookies

Kanresta Oy (0986855-1)
Arkadiankatu 21 A 5
00100 Helsinki

Person in charge of register matters
Marko Puhakka

Purpose of the register
The purpose of the register is to enable contacts required by customer service, maintain customer relationships, and inform about services.

Information content of the register

Data Retention Period
Data is retained for as long as necessary to fulfill the contract with the customer or to improve customer service.

Regular Sources of Information
Information is collected through contact forms on the website or when a person contacts the company in other ways. Individuals provide information personally when they contact the company.

Regular Disclosures of Information and Transfer of Data Outside the EU or European Economic Area
Personal data is not transferred outside the European Union unless it is necessary for the technical execution of the data controller or its partner.

Register Protection
Customer register information is transferred over an SSL-secured connection. Electronic data is protected with a firewall, usernames, and passwords. Access to the information is only available to the data controller and the server administrator, but only in exceptional cases when it is necessary for technical operations. The processors of the register have a confidentiality obligation regarding all information. Regarding accounting material, the company’s accountant has access to this information, such as company invoices. The accounting material is in electronic software and protected with a firewall, usernames, and passwords.

Automated Decision-Making
Automated individual decisions (Article 22 of the EU General Data Protection Regulation) are not made.

Rights of the Data Subject
The data subject has the right to inspect what information about them has been stored in the personal data register. A written inspection request must be sent signed to the person responsible for register matters. The person must be identified from an official ID in person at the time of data collection.

The right to inspection is free of charge if carried out no more than once a year. The data subject has the right to demand the correction or deletion of incorrect or outdated data, or the transfer of data from one system to another. They also have the right to limit or object to the processing of their data in accordance with Articles 18 and 21 of the EU General Data Protection Regulation. The data subject has the right to withdraw their previously given consent for data processing or to make a complaint to the supervisory authority regarding matters related to the processing of their personal data. The data subject also has the right to prohibit the use of their data for direct marketing purposes.


In this cookie policy, we describe how we use cookies and other similar tracking and targeting technologies on our websites (collective information about cookies will be presented later in the document).

Cookies are used to collect information about how and when a website is used. This information can be used to improve the usability of the website and to target marketing messages to visitors to the website.

The use of cookies is based on the user’s consent. If you do not disable cookies, you have agreed to use them. The controller shall follow the guidelines for requesting consent. The use of cookie data may be subject to new legislation or official guidelines. We will change our policies as necessary in accordance with new laws and government guidelines.

We use cookies on our website. A cookie is a small text file that is sent to a user’s computer and stored there.

The website uses first-party and third-party cookies. The so-called first-party cookies are set by the website that appears in the address bar. In addition to these, the websites use cookies from so-called third parties, such as advertising technology providers and social media services. Only the server that JAS set the cookie can later read the cookie and recognize the browser, for example, when the user returns to a previously visited website.

Websites use cookies to collect information such as:

  • how many users the site has
  • which terminals the site has been used
  • from which web address the users of the website came to the site
  • which single page users have visited.

Cookies and site servers automatically store page requests made by users who visit the site. The information usually includes the network request made by the user, the date and time of the request, the IP address of the user’s terminal, and the type and language of the browser.

The information is in such a form that it cannot be combined with an individual user without additional information. Cookies do not store, for example user’s name, e-mail address, phone number or home address.

Usage of the cookies and data related to them

Visitor measurement and analytics

The web analytics tool Google Analytics uses cookies to collect statistics. The data is collected in order to analyze the number of visitors, the interest of the content and the use of the service, and to develop the website.

Other possible analytics tools are listed in the Cookie Notifications section of the Cookie Manager, which opens at the bottom of the site. 

Marketing targeting

Cookies allow the Company to target marketing communications to users who visit its site. The company’s partners in targeting are Google and the social media service. When the Company’s websites use cookies from these service providers, the Company enables the collection and transmission of information. service providers.

In addition, Google Tag Manager is used to manage these cookies.

The processing of third-party cookie data is subject to the third-party terms, which are listed below. Tracking tools other than those listed below, which may be used on the Website, are listed in the Cookie Notifications section of the Cookie Manager at the bottom of the website and may also fall into categories other than those listed above. 

Google Analytics

Purpose of the cookie: Collection and analysis of statistical information about the site in order to develop the site.
Google’s cookie policy:

Google Tag Manager
Purpose of the cookie: centralized management of tracking tags.
Google Tag Manager cookie policy:

Purpose of the cookie: targeting, implementing and analyzing marketing communications in order to display marketing communications that are likely to be of interest to visitors. Facebook may associate a cookie tag associated with a visit to the Company’s website with a Facebook user if they have a Facebook account.
Facebook cookie policies:

Linkedin uses these cookies to target advertising between sites and to identify the user’s browser.
Linkedin’s cookie policy:

How can a user affect cookies?

The user can block the use of cookies on the website’s cookie management tool, which is displayed at the bottom of the website, or delete cookies from the web browser settings. Blocking cookies may affect the functionality of the services. If you choose to block cookies, you may not be able to take full advantage of the site.

Blocking the use of cookies or deleting cookies may affect the choices you have previously made on the sites, for example, removing the negative cookie targeting for marketing communications on the partner site. The selections are browser-specific, ie the user must make the desired selections for each browser separately.

An example of blocking cookies in your browser. For other browsers, see your browser’s instructions: 

Google Chrome 

  • Open Google Chrome. 
  • Click the menu icon in the right upper corner and choose Settings.
  • Click Show advanced settings.
  • Click the Content Settings button under the Privacy heading.
  • Turn off the “Allow sites to save and read cookie information (recommended)” setting in Cookies.

In addition to the right to be informed about the processing of personal data, in accordance with data protection law, the user has the right to:

• check the personal data stored about him

• correct information

• delete data and become forgotten

• withdraw its consent

• restrict data processing

• requests the transfer of information provided by them, which is automatically processed on the basis of consent or agreement, from one system to another

In the first place, the user can influence the processing in the above-mentioned way by changing their cookie settings. If desired, the user can contact the data controller by e-mail or telephone. Contact information is at the beginning of this document. In addition, the user may lodge a complaint with the Office of the Data Protection Officer. 

Where is data transferred to?

The Company uses trusted partners to target marketing communications and enables these partners to collect information from websites using cookies and other similar technologies to target marketing communications.

Service providers used by the company (such as a media agency) may have access to the information they collect from using the sites. Service Providers may use this information only for the purposes of the Company. In this context, the company may transfer the personal data it processes outside the EU or the EEA in accordance with applicable law.

The company contractually ensures that the partners and service providers process the data in accordance with the legislation in force at the time.