Register files

Register controller

The customer register controller is Suosiva Oy, Turuntie 11, 23800 Laitila, Finland. Tel. +358 44 241 6487. Business-ID: FI28197431


Person in charge of the register

Jarkko Knuutila, Tel. +358 44 241 6487


Name of the register  customer register


Purpose of processing personal data / use of register

The data contained in the customer register is used for communication with the customer, such as processing orders, invoicing, customer care and communications related to our relationship with our customer. Registered users may be sent targeted marketing messages related to new items, offers and news.


Content of the register

The register contains basic information about data subjects (name, date of birth, address, telephone, email) as well as data subjects’ purchase history.


Regular sources of information

The customer register stores the data which customers enter in the registration form upon registration or when placing an order. The register also stores the data which users themselves save after their registration has been approved.

Regular disclosure of data and transfers of data outside EU or the European Economic Area

Data is not disclosed to anyone or transferred outside of the EU or the European Economic Area.


Data protection principles of the register

Customer register data is stored in a system which requires a user name and password. Moreover, the system is protected by firewalls and other technical means. The data contained in the register system can only be accessed and used by certain authorised register controller’s employees. All data contained in the register is kept in locked and guarded premises.


Data subject’s right to prevent data processing

The data subject has the right to prevent the register controller from processing personal data for the purposes of direct advertising, other direct marketing, market research and opinion polls. The prevention must be made in writing.


Data subject’s right of access

Data subjects have the right to access the data about them contained in the register and obtain copies of the data. Access requests must be made in writing.


Rectification of data

The Register controller will rectify, remove or complete on its own initiative or at the request of the data subject any personal data in the register which, for the purposes of data processing, is erroneous, unnecessary, incomplete, or outdated. The data subject must contact the person in charge of the register to rectify the data.