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Name of the registry
Huhtahyvät feedback register
What is a cookie?
A cookie is usually a small text file that your Internet browser stores on your computer to identify and re-identify the user. The text file contains a small amount of information that the web server can read the next time you visit the same page. We always respect the privacy of our users, and we never store user-specific information on cookies. User identification based on cookies is not possible.
In order to improve the usability of the site, we can also store information about mouse clicks, moving of the mouse and scrolling of the screen.
Cookies used on the site
Cookies can be used to collect information such as:
- the user’s IP address;
- visited pages and time spent on them;
- browser type, operating system of your computer;
- from which web address the user has entered the Site, and to which web address the user enters after using the Site; and
- from which server and from which domain the user has entered the Site
- The site may also contain cookies from third parties such as analytics and tracking services. Third parties may place cookies on your computer when you visit our site.
Blocking cookies and targeted advertising
If you don’t want your advertising to be targeted to your areas of interest, you can prevent targeting through the link below. After blocking your targeting, you will see as many ads as before, but your ads have not been selected based on your interests. You can block targeting here: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/fi/omat-mainokset.
Google’s cookies can be disabled using Google’s advertising settings.
Principles of protection of personal data
Personal information is kept confidential. Access to the register is restricted only to persons employed by Mediasignal who need that information in their work. The data network and hardware of the controller and its potential IT partners, where the register is located, is protected by a firewall and other necessary technical measures.
Your rights and influence
You have the right to verify the information about yourself in our registers, the right to claim erroneous information, the right to prohibit the processing of personal data concerning you in direct marketing, and otherwise to exercise your rights under the Personal Data Act.
At your request, we will correct, delete or supplement personal information that is inaccurate, unnecessary, incomplete, or out of date for the purpose of the processing. You can use the rights listed above by contacting our customer service email@example.com.