Registry and Privacy Statement
This is a registry and data protection statement in accordance with Kiinteistö Oy Norppa-Majat Personal Data Act (Sections 10 and 24) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The description was prepared on 24.05.2018. The last change was on 24.05.2018.
We process personal information to serve our customers in the best possible way. We store personal information about our accommodation service customers. Personal information includes, for example, first name, last name, telephone number, e-mail address or information about accommodation bookings.
Keeper of the register
Kiinteistö Oy Norppa-Majat, Pellossalontie 718, 57230 Savonlinna
Contatct person for the register
Ritva Lehtosaari, firstname.lastname@example.org, +358 925 220
Name of the register
Norppa-Majot client register.
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
Based on law and regulation
• Citizenship (Regulation EU 692/2011), purchase data or parts thereof for accounting purposes (Law 1336/1997) To protect the data subject
• Customer information related to accommodation reservations, such as name and contact information
• Passenger notification
• Billing or other payment or payment method information
• Purchase information and information about reserved or used services
• Email correspondence
The purpose of the processing of personal data is to communicate with customers, maintain a customer relationship and market.
The data is not used for automated decision making or profiling.
Content of the register
The information to be stored in the register is: person’s name, contact information (telephone number, e-mail address, address), information about the ordered services and their changes, billing information, other information related to the customer relationship and the ordered services.
Register data source
The information stored in the register is obtained from the customer e.g. e-mails, telephone, social media services, contracts, customer appointments, and other situations in which a customer discloses information.
Giving away stored information and transferring data outside European Union and/or European economy.
The information is not regularly disclosed to other parties. The data may be published to the extent agreed with the customer. The data will not be transferred by the controller outside the EU or the EEA.
Register protection principles
The register shall be handled with due care and the information processed by the information systems shall be adequately protected. When registry information is stored on Internet servers, the physical and digital security of their hardware is adequately addressed. The controller shall ensure that the data stored, as well as the access rights to the servers and other information critical to the security of personal data, are treated confidentially and only by the employees whose job description it includes.
Rights to check the register
Every person in the register has the right to check the information stored in the register and to request the correction of any incorrect information or the completion of incomplete information. If a person wishes to check the data stored about him or her or request a correction, the request must be sent in writing to the data controller. If necessary, the controller may ask the applicant to prove his or her identity. The controller will respond to the customer within the timeframe set out in the EU Data Protection Regulation (generally within one month).
A person in the register has the right to request the removal of his or her personal data from the register (“right to be forgotten”). Data subjects also have other rights under the EU’s general data protection regulation, such as restrictions on the processing of personal data in certain situations. Requests must be sent in writing to the controller. If necessary, the controller may ask the applicant to prove his or her identity. The controller will respond to the customer within the timeframe set out in the EU Data Protection Regulation (generally within one month).