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By accessing Fennovoima website www.fennovoima.fi/en and the subdomain responsibility.fennovoima.com and www.fennonen.fi/en you agree to the following terms. Finnish law shall be applied for the usage of the website, without regard to conflict of laws provisions.
The content of Fennovoima website, such as texts, photos, drawings, graphics and logos, are protected in accordance with copyright laws. Fennovoima reserves all rights for the pages and the content therein. Reproduction, transfer, distribution or storage of part or all of the contents in any form without the prior written consent of Fennovoima is prohibited except in accordance with the following terms.
The use of the website and its contents is permitted to private, non-commercial use. Press releases and materials in the Media/Materials section can be freely used for journalistic purposes provided that the source is mentioned. Use of the texts or other materials for commercial purposes or purposes that are not in accordance with good practices or intentionally harm the reputation of Fennovoima is prohibited.
Fennovoima website and its contents is a service offered by Fennovoima for site users. Fennovoima assumes no liability that the website can be used without interruptions or flawlessly and reserves the right to revise the pages or withdraw access to them at any time. Fennovoima is not liable for any direct or indirect damages whatsoever caused by the usage of any materials or links on the website or due to interruptions in the service. The liability of Fennovoima is limited to the greatest extent permitted by mandatory provisions of Finnish law.
A cookie is a text file saved by the user’s browser, and the unique identifier in the cookie gives us information about browsers that have visited our website. The user is not identified on the basis of cookies alone, and we do not combine the tracking data of services with other information (e.g. customer information). Further information about cookies is available, e.g. English) or on Wikipedia.
Copyright © 2016 Fennovoima Oy. All rights reserved
This privacy notice applies to all stakeholders to whom Fennovoima communicates via different communications channels.
Controller & contact person
- Fennovoima Oy, Business ID 2125678-5
- Salmisaarenaukio 1 00180 Helsinki
- Contact person Tiina Rytky, Telephone +358 20 757 9200 2
Why do we collect personal data about you and what do we do with it?
The data is collected for the following for the communications purposes. We want to keep our various stakeholders updated of news concerning Fennovoima and Hanhikivi 1 – project.
What personal data do we collect about you?
The following personal data is collected:
- Contact information (e.g. name, email, phone number ETC.)
- IP addresses and other related information via cookies in our websites
Fennovoima stores the data according to legislation.
Do we share personal data about you with others?
Personal data is processed by dedicated communications personnel in Fennovoima. Fennovoima uses the following external service providers:
- Communications partners
- Various communications tools (newsletter tool ETC)
- Various webservices (CMS, analytics ETC)
According to the GDPR, Data Processing Agreement (DPA) shall be made in writing between Fennovoima and a supplier (Processor) when the supplier handles personal information on behalf of Fennovoima under the main agreement. The complete information about the organizations Fennovoima shares personal data with is available by contacting the contact person.
You are entitled to inspect your personal data stored in Fennovoima’s database. This information can be corrected or updated on your request when needed. You also have the right to object to processing of your personal data, for example in terms of future recruitment purposes. In certain circumstances you have the right to request us to remove your personal data. The request can be accepted unless, for example, this is a request that applies to an information that the law forces us to preserve for accounting purposes. The personal data you have submitted to us can be, in certain circumstances, transferred to another company on your request. The data is requested to be in a generally used and machine-readable format. In case you wish to use your rights mentioned above or if you have any other questions related to your personal data and handling of this data, please contact Communications Department, [email protected]. If you are not satisfied with the provided answers, you are able to file a complaint with the Data Protection Authority.
Do we transfer personal data outside the European Union and European Economic Area?
Some of the data can be transferred outside the EU & EEA, because we use communications tools which operate in those countries. However, we only use partners who comply with the GDPR.