ARX Arkkitehdit Oy
Business ID: 1110072-8
PO BOX 284
Collected personal data
The collected personal data varies depending on the relationship between Habitek and the customer or user of online services, the permissions and denials concerning the processing of personal data and marketing and the cookie and tracking settings of the browser used.
Submitted personal data
Personal data submitted by the customer or user of online services to Habitek at various times, such as during a product order or newsletter subscription may include the following:
- basic data, such as name and contact information
- ordering and billing data, such as information about the payer of the order, its recipient and their e-mail address and phone number
- customer service data, such as customer feedback and communication with customer service
- permit data, such as information about marketing permits or other permits and prohibitions related to the use of personal data
- Data collected from online service use
Data collected from the use of online services may include:
- location data by country based on IP address
- data collected by social plugins or other third parties.
- A user of online services can be identified through a digital identifier created in the services when the customer signs in.
Data about the use of online services is collected using cookies.
Habitek secures the privacy of its customers or users of online services by exercising special care when carrying out the derivation and combination of data described above, so that the privacy of customers or users of online services is not compromised.
Personal data purposes
Habitek collects personal data for the maintenance of customer relationships, development of products and services and commercial purposes.
Maintenance of customer relationships
Habitek uses customers' personal data for various activities necessary for maintaining a customer relationship, including:
- delivering ordered products
- maintenance of a customer relationship or customer communication
- customer service or other customer support
Processing of personal data for maintaining a customer relationship is based on an agreement between Habitek and the customer about the delivery of a product or service, or another action that leads to the formation of a customer relationship.
The customer can influence the processing of personal data for maintaining a customer relationship by contacting customer service at email@example.com.
Habitek may use the data of customers or users of online services for marketing, advertising or other commercial activities. Data may be utilized in things like targeting advertising, direct marketing or displaying advertisements on third-party platforms.
For direct marketing, the processing of data for commercial purposes is based on the customer's consent.
Our services use Google Analytics and other analytics tools to generate reports on the use of our web pages so that we can improve our site and our service. To learn more about Google Analytics, please visit http://www.google.com/analytics. To opt-out of data collection by Google Analytics, download an add-on to your browser at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
Sharing and handing over personal data
Habitek utilizes personal data for implementing the purposes described above. In addition, Habitek may use third-party services, in which case Habitek shall ensure the lawful processing of data through contractual arrangements and instruct third parties on processing data.
Habitek may share or hand over personal data to third parties in situations including the following:
- When applicable legislation mandates handing over personal data. Handing over personal data may be necessary, for example, at the request of authorities or for carrying out a judicial process.
- For a marketing action, survey or delivery of materials. Such service providers always work for Habitek and under the supervision of Habitek. Habitek shall never sell or hand over personal data to third parties for marketing in a way that would allow third parties to use the personal data for independent marketing.
- Habitek may hand over personal data to third parties if it is necessary for guaranteeing the rights or safety of Habitek and the customer or user, investigating fraud or responding to queries from authorities.
Transferring personal data outside the EU/EEA
We may transfer your personal data outside the European Union and the European Economic Area. Such data transfers are carried out in accordance with current legislation. If the European Commission has not considered the level of data protection in the country of destination sufficiently in accordance with Article 45 of the General Data Protection Regulation, we shall guarantee, through our contractual practices, the standard terms of privacy provided or accepted by the European Commission on the transfer of personal data to third countries in accordance with Article 46 (2) (c) or (d) by means of measures, an adequate level of protection for your personal data. If you would like more information about the international transfer protection of your personal information, you can contact us at the addresses below.
Habitek gives you the right to inspect the personal information we are processing. You can contact us requesting us to share personal information collected from you.
Right to demand correction
You also have the right to correct or supplement the wrong, inaccurate, incomplete, obsolete or unnecessary information by contacting us.
Right to demand the deletion of information
You can also ask us to remove your personal information from our systems. Data may not be removed instantly from any backup or other similar systems.
The right to object
You may also request restrictions on the processing of your personal data if the information is handled for purposes other than the performance of our service or the fulfillment of the obligation arising out of the law. You may also object to the processing of your personal data in the future, even if the processing was based on your prior consent. You have the right to refuse direct marketing by following the instructions that are included in all of our marketing messages. You can also prohibit us from using your personal information for direct marketing.
The right to restrict the processing of information
You can ask us to restrict the processing of your personal information. The request for limitation of data processing may lead to more limited access to our internet site and our services.
Use your rights
You can use the aforementioned rights by sending a letter or email including your name, address, phone number and copy of the valid identity document to firstname.lastname@example.org.. We may request additional information that is necessary to verify your identity. We can reject requests that are repeated unreasonably, are excessive or unjustified. If you feel that your personal information is in conflict with current legislation, you can file a complaint with the local data protection authority.
We use all reasonable and appropriate technical and organizational measures to prevent unauthorized access to your personal information and to protect your personal information from being lost, misused, disclosed, and unauthorized. Our security measures include, for example, firewalls, encryption to the required extent (encryption), access control and access control systems, and secure office facilities. If, despite our actions, there is a breakdown of information that is likely to have a negative impact on your privacy, we will inform you about such a cybercrime as soon as possible.