This page discusses the data security of this webpage.
This webpage does not require a signup, and thus, when using the webpage, the only saved identifying information is the IP address saved on the server’s log and possibly also the analytics service (Google Analytics), though the address anonymization in the analytics service is set by the programme. More information on how Google uses this data.
· Collecting information on the user through Google Analytics service
· Distributing and remarketing contents through Facebook
· Retargeting ads and ensuring their efficiency through the Google Adwords service
· Tools control through Google Tag Manager service.
A cookie is a file saved on the service provide’s web server’s user’s computer or a mobile device. In practice, a cookie is a small nameless user-based text file saved on the user’s web browser. The server can later read the cookie, which allows for recognizing the browser in question. The cookies do not cause damage for the user’s device. The cookies do not allow for recognizing the user, unless the user has signed in to the server.
If You wish to prevent Google Analytics, please use the following tool: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
Contents from other pages
Texts made with communication forms are not saved to the database but are relayed by email to the corporate staff.
The information saved on the site can be seen by
- – our company and its employees
- – The IT company upkeeping our webpage
The collected Analytics date is being kept for 24 months.
You can use our webpage to join our e-mailing list. We use the Action Network app for this. The email addresses are not shared onwards or used for other purposes. The list can be left by clicking the link at the end of the newsletter or sending us a request to remove the data.
The rights you have for your own data
If you have offered us your personal data in some form, you can ask a collective file on your info. You can also request the removal of your personal data. The right to remove your own information is not affected by personal data that we have to contain for maintenance reasons, legal reasons or data security reasons.
Left Alliance online campaigning registry
A registry extract in accordance with the Personal Data Act (HetiL 523/99, 10 §)
The person responsible for the registry:
Joonas Leppänen, party secretary, Lintulahdenkatu 10, 00500 Helsinki, tel. +358 40 1831033
Left Alliance online campaign registry:
Registry’s purpose of use:
The purpose of use for the Action Network registry is keeping in touch with the persons signing the Left Alliance appeal, and sending campaigning messages.
The data contents of the registry:
The registry contains the first and last names of the persons joining the mailing list, their email address and their local municipality. If a person joining the list announces this, also other information.
The registry’s regular data sources:
Data can be obtained when persons join the mailing list.
Data relinquishment and connecting it to other registries:
The registry will not have information relinquished for external parties. The data can, however, be transferred as a part of the use of other services (such as email).
The services can be located partly outside the EU/ETA areas, and due to this, the use information related to the use of service can be transferred partially outside the US. A sufficient level of data seurity is ensured using the Privacy Shield arrangement or using the European Commission’s model template clauses.
Registry data storage and the maintenance of registry:
No manual materials. The registry information is located on a server with a limited access. The right to use the registry is only with the party’s operating personnel.
The persons relinquishing the data can, at any time, ask the registry’s upholder to remove their data from the registry of fix faulty information.
Right to verify:
According to the personal data act, article 26, a person has the right to check the data saved on them to the personal registry. This can be performed by contacting the keeper of the registry.