Privacy policy

1. Data controller

Company:                                        Lehmonkärki/Ari Yrjölä

Business ID:                                    1493322-3

Address:                                           Lehmonkärjentie 180

Postal code:                                     FI-17320

Town:                                                Asikkala, Finland

Telephone:                                      +358 50 7666 330


2. Person responsible for the register

Company:                                       Lehmonkärki/Ari Yrjölä

Name:                                              Marjo Yrjölä

Address:                                          Lehmonkärjentie 180

Postal code:                                    FI-17320

Town:                                               Asikkala, Finland

Telephone:                                     +358 50 5501 776


3. Purpose of the register

The collected personal data will be used to identify the customer and for access rights management, to maintain and develop customer relations of registered users, as well as for sales and marketing purposes.

4. Grounds for data collection and processing

Customer data is collected and processed with the customer’s consent, or in order to implement an agreement with the customer.

5. Information content of the register

Customer’s name, company’s name, email, and telephone number

6. Data retention period

The personal data will be retained for as long as it is needed to implement the agreement with the customer or to improve customer service.

7. Regular data sources

Information for the register is collected from the following sources:

The person themselves.

Registers maintained by an authority to the extent permitted by law (e.g.

Data is also collected using Google Analytics.

8. Regular disclosure and transfer of data outside the EU or the European Economic Area

As a rule, data is not disclosed to parties outside the company. Some of the third-party service or software providers used by the company may store data outside the EU or the European Economic Area.

9. Use of cookies

We use cookies on our website. A cookie is a small text file that is sent to and stored on the user’s computer and enables the website operator to identify frequent visitors to the website to facilitate their login to the website and to allow the compilation of aggregate information about visitors. This feedback helps us to continuously improve the content of our website. The cookies do not cause any harm to the users’ computers or files. We use them to provide our customers with information and services that meet their individual needs.

If a user visiting our website does not want us to receive the above information by means of cookies, most browsers allow the user to disable cookies. This is usually done through the browser’s settings. However, you should note that cookies may be necessary for the proper functioning of some of the pages we maintain and services we provide.

10. Security of the register

The data is transferred over an SSL-secured connection. The data in electronic format is protected by a firewall, user IDs, and passwords. Only persons employed by the controller who need the data for their work duties have access to the data.

11. Automated decision-making

No automated individual decisions (Article 22 of the EU General Data Protection Regulation) are taken.

12. Rights of the data subject

The data subject has the right to check which data concerning them has been stored in the personal data register. A written request to view the data must be signed and submitted to the person responsible for the register. The viewing is offered free of charge, provided that the data subject exercises the right no more than once a year.

The data subject has the right to request the rectification or erasure of inaccurate or outdated data or the transfer of data from one system to another. They also have the right to restrict or object to the processing of their data in accordance with Articles 18 and 21 of the EU General Data Protection Regulation.

Data subjects have the right to withdraw their consent to the processing of their personal data or to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority about the processing of their personal data.

Data subjects also have the right to prohibit the use of their data for direct marketing purposes.