Register report under Personal Data Act (523/1999) Section 10
Drawn up on March 2, 2010
Mint of Finland Ltd.
2. Person in charge of the register and/or contact person
3. Register name
Mint of Finland Ltd. Web store user register
4. The purpose of personal data processing (the purpose of the register)
The personal data stored at the Mint of Finland Ltd Web store user register will be used for client relationship management, contacts, marketing and marketin survey and for other purposes related to online services.
5. Contents of the register
The register will contain basic information on registrees, such as:
6. Regular sources of information
The registrar will register the Mint of Finland Ltd. Web store user information entered by the users while visiting the website.
7. Regular disclosure and transfer of information outside of the EU or the ETA
No regular disclosure of information to third parties. No disclosure of information outside of the EU or the ETA.
8. Register protection principles
The data in Mint of Finland Ltd. Web store user register have been stored in a registrar system protected with an operating system protection software. Access to the system requires a user ID and a password. The system has also been protected with firewalls and other technical means. Register information stored in the system can only be accessed by certain authorised registrar employees. The register information is stored in locked and guarded facilities.
10. The registree's right to object
The registrees have the right to prohibit the registrar from processing their user information for direct mailings, distance selling and other forms of direct marketing, for marketing and opinion surveys and for personal register and genealogical purposes. The objection must be made in writing and submitted to the person in charge of the register.
11. The registree's right to inspect
The registree has the right to inspect the personal data contained in the register and to request copies of the data. The inspection request must be made in writing and submitted to the person in charge of the register.
12. Data correction
At his/her own initiative or at the request of the registree, the registrar will correct, remove or supplement all register data which is unnecessary, faulty, out of date or incompatible with the register's purposes. The registree must contact the person in charge of the register to correct the data.