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Lumiostore Finland Oy's customer register privacy policy

Privacy policy in accordance with personal data legislation (excl. Personal Data Act, Sections 523/1999, Sections 10 and 24).
(caption updated 11.3.2019) The Privacy Policy may be changed from time to time by publishing a new version of it, so please check the privacy statement regularly through our website.


Lumiostore Finland Oy
Business ID: 3116457-7
Teollisuustie 1, 75530 Nurmes
Phone: +358 45 150 3222


"GDPR" means Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation) in combination with the national data protection legislation in force in the Member State of our headquarters.
• Other definitions of terms as set out in Article 4 of the GDPR.

Person dealing with register matters

Pasi Lagus / Managing Director
Lumiostore Finland Oy
Phone: +358 45 150 3222

Registry name

Customer register based on Lumiostore Finland Oy's customer relationship and other relevant connection ("Lumiostore Finland Oy customer register")

Purpose and processing of personal data

Targeted digital advertising, delivering products and services, developing operations, carrying out studies and providing information in the form of a newsletter, for example. We process your personal data in accordance with gdpr requirements. Processing is lawful, reasonable and transparent. The processing of personal data may be based on a contract, your consent, our legitimate interest or obligations imposed by law. In the case of a legitimate interest, it may be, for example, contact with you, direct marketing, including post-customer direct marketing and marketing targeting.

We strive to keep the amount of information as low as possible whenever possible. We strive to keep your personal data accurate. We do not disclose information to third parties unless there is an appropriate reason for doing so, such as a request from a public authority, marketing or other business-relevant measures.

Registry data content

Name, address, phone number, e-mail address and IP address.

Regular data sources

In the main, personal data is collected from the user themselves at the time of ordering or registration or later during the customer service. Information remaining during roaming, e.g. IP address.

Disclosure and transfer of data

We do not sell, rent or disclose the personal data of the identified user to third parties. We may disclose the user's personal data in a manner that is required by the competent authorities or other parties and based on applicable legislation. We may disclose data for scientific or historical research, provided that the data have been converted to a form that no longer identifies the subject matter.

Transfer of data outside the EU or EEA

Our external data sources may also include publicly available registers, purchased marketing registers or similar, as well as various services such as Facebook, Twitter, Google AdWords, Google AdSense and LinkedIn. The servers they use may be located outside the EU. The user can view the terms and conditions of each social service on their own website.

Principles of registry protection

Manually collected data is stored in a locked state and access to it is restricted

We use the necessary technical and organisational security means to protect personal data against unintended access, disclosure, destruction or other unlicensed processing. Such means include, but are not limited to, the use of firewalls, encryption technologies, secure equipment facilities, proper access control, controlled access and control of their use, the use of encryption technologies, instructions for personnel involved in the processing of personal data, and careful selection of subcontractors.

The customer has the right to check the information concerning him or her. The Customer has the right to delete or correct non-legal information concerning him or her. The User has the right to prohibit the disclosure and processing of their data for direct advertising, distance selling and other direct marketing by contacting our customer service.

Use of cookies

A cookie is a short text file that the server sends to the browser of the user entering the pages. This cookie is stored on the hard disk of the user's computer. Cookies are used to ensure the functionality of the service. In addition, cookies are used to track marketing, create traffic statistics, study, track and improve usage. Cookies also ensure the safe use of the service and user-friendliness. Cookies can also be used in third-party services, such as visitor tracking or marketing.

The user of the service may give their consent or prohibit the use of cookies in the browser settings. The use of cookies is considered permitted unless the user has specifically blocked cookies in the browser settings. However, the operation of the website cannot be guaranteed if the use of cookies is prohibited. Cookies are blocked in your browser settings. For instructions on how to prohibit cookies, visit the browser manufacturer's support pages or other instructions prepared by the manufacturer.