Register and Privacy Policy

Privacy notice

This is a register and privacy notice of Oy CrossLam Kuhmo Ltd in accordance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Last modified on 23.1.2024.

1. Registrar

Oy CrossLam Kuhmo Ltd (y-tunnus 2589767-8)
Kivikatu 4 88900 Kuhmo
+358 44 7474 748

2. Contact

Kivikatu 4 88900 Kuhmo
+358 44 7474 748

3. Register name

Crosslam service register

4. Legal basis and purpose of the processing of personal data

The legal basis for the processing of personal data under the EU General Data Protection Regulation is the consent of the individual, a customer or contractual relationship or a legitimate interest of the controller.

Personal data is processed for the provision of Crosslam services and for the provision of information and marketing communications related to the use of these services.

5. Data content of the register

The register may contain the following information about users:

  • Name
  • Email address
  • Phone number
  • Name of the organisation
  • Title
  • Marketing consents

6. Data storage

As a rule, data are stored in digital format, although manual data also exist.

7. Regular data sources

Data is collected from the data subject or from public data sources. Business email addresses may be collected from the business website.

The Site contains third party cookies that are on the Site for measurement and tracking services. Third parties may place cookies on your terminal device when you visit the site. Cookies mainly collect technical information. The use of cookies on the site is indicated in a separate notice, which must be accepted by the user before the data is collected.

Personal data collected through cookies and analytics visitor statistics and tracking is information transmitted by the browser and internet connection that does not transmit information that identifies the visitor as an individual. Nor is the information processed or aggregated at any point in time in such a way as to identify the visitor.

8. Regular disclosures and transfers of data outside the EU or EEA

There is no regular transfer of data outside Crosslam. However, it may be transferred for a legitimate purpose.

We may process data in IT services operating outside the EU or EEA. In these cases, we will ensure that contractual arrangements are in place to process personal data in accordance with applicable data protection legislation and otherwise appropriately.

Data will not be routinely transferred or disclosed outside the EU or EEA, except for data collected by third party services that may be used as described in Section 7.

9. Protection of the register

The electronically processed data contained in the register are protected by firewalls, passwords and any other technical means generally accepted in the field of information security.

Manually maintained data shall be located in premises to which unauthorised access is denied.

Only identified employees of the controller and of companies acting on its behalf and for its account, who need access to the register in order to carry out their duties, shall have access to the data contained in the register, subject to individual access rights granted by the controller.

The controller shall report any breach of security directly to the authorities or to the user in accordance with the legislation in force.

10. Right of inspection, prohibition and correction

The data subject has the right to check what data relating to him or her has been recorded in the register. The request for inspection must be sent to the person responsible for the register and must be in writing and signed. The request for inspection may also be made in person at the controller’s premises.

The data subject has the right to object to the processing and disclosure of data concerning him or her for the purposes of direct marketing, distance selling and other direct marketing, market research and public opinion polling by contacting the controller. Each direct mail we send contains a link that allows the recipient to opt-out of future direct mailings.

The data subject has the right to request the correction of inaccurate information by contacting the controller.

11. Visitor monitoring

We monitor the number of visitors to our website using Google Analytics.

Google Analytics
Google Analytics uses cookies to function. No tracking takes place until the visitor allows the use of third-party cookies.