2. Name of register
Näkkälä Adventures customer registry.
4. Reasons for collecting personal data and how they are used
How we collect data:
- Personal data is processed based on the customer relationship (cabin rental, purchase of service)
- Personal data is processed based on consent (eg. contact information collected at fairs, consent and subscriptions in forms)
Information in our customer registry can be used:
- to offer, develop and execute services offered by the Näkkälä Adventures
- to manage and maintain customer relationships
- to manage bookings
- for accounting (incl. controlling and collecting payments, owner settlement)
- for direct marketing
Näkkälä Adventures also uses personal data provided in bookings and contracts:
- for administrative purposes and other legal obligations
- to develop and manage products and services
- to develop and manage sales and marketing measures
- to improve user experience
The registrar and its employees process the personal data collected. We may also outsource the processing of said data to a third-party, whereby we ensure by contractual agreements, that the personal data is processed within the GDPR guidelines and also otherwise in a proper manner.
5. Data we collect
We may collect, process and save the following personal data to our customer registry:
- Contact information (phone number, e-mail, address)
- Language of customer
- Start date of customer relationship
- Date of editing personal data
- Customer type (company, private)
- Billing information
- Direct marketing permission or prohibition
- Booking information and booking history
- Other data collected, with the consent of the customer, which are essential for executing our services (eg. allergies, restricted mobility)
Näkkälä Adventures corrects, deletes and completes faulty, unnecessary, missing or outdated personal information in the register on its own initiative or by the registered’s request.
In general, personal data stored in the register will be processed as long as the customer relationship is active.
6. Regular sources of information
Information is collected with the consent of:
- the customers themselves when booking or purchasing our services.
- the customers themselves when filling in forms on- or offline.
7. Rightful data transfer
Näkkälä Adventures does not transfer personal data to outside parties for marketing purposes, surveys or marketing research. Näkkälä Adventures may conduct direct marketing measures to customers through mail, e-mail or telephone (sms).
Information may be transferred to partners of Näkkälä Adventures, which process data on behalf of Näkkälä Adventures, on the basis of contractual agreements between the two parties. In this case, the data processor has no right to process the transferred data for his own account in his / her / third gender own personal registers.
We transfer data to Näkkälä Adventures’s partner companies for the following purposes:
- execution of purchased services
- management and maintenance of registry (incl. IT-support)
- mailing of marketing material
We have ensured that all of our service providers comply with the privacy laws.
Cabin caretakers and cabin cleaners have the right to see the names of their propertie customers.
Activity guides have the right to see the names of their own safari customers, as well as other information relevant to the execution and safety of their activities (incl. allergies, injuries, illnesses).
Ingeneral personal data is not transferred outside of the EU or outside of the European Economic Area. However, if it is necessary for the purpose of processing personal data, the transfer of data is subject to the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation.
8. Principles of registry protection
The customer register is located in Näkkälä Adventures’s booking system. Access to the customer register is only available to people working for Näkkälä Adventures who need customer records in their work.
Persons dealing with information in the customer register are bound by the confidentiality obligation under the General Data Protection Regulation. The customer registry information is protected against external data hacking with firewalls and personal user IDs and passwords.
Databases and their backups are located in locked premises where unauthorised access is denied.
9. Rights of the data subject
The registered has the right to view their personal data stored in our customer registry. The inspection request should be sent in writing and signed to the contact of the customer registry: Taina Vuolteenaho Näkkälä Adventures, Ounastie 44, 99400 ENONTEKIÖ. Näkkälä Adventures will send written response to the inspection request to the customer within 30 days of the receipt of the request.
The registered may contact the contact person of the customer registry to correct personal data. The request for correction should be sent in writing to the registry’s contact person mentioned above.
If the customer relationship is only consent-based, and not customer-based, the registered may withdraw their consent at any time.
The registered may restrict the processing of personal data after the customer relationship has ended (eg. cabin rental agreement has ended), or if they feel that personal data has been processed unlawfully.
The registered has the right to deny Näkkälä Adventures the right to process their personal data for direct marketing, telephone sales and other marketing measures. Objections must be sent in writing to the customer registry’s contact person.
The registered has the right to have their personal data erased from the customer registry and marketing lists. We will inform the registered separately in case the deletion of personal data is not possible due to legal obligations.
The registrar is obliged to keep the accounting records in accordance with the Accounting Act (Chapter 2, Section 10) for a period of time (10 years). Therefore, accounting records cannot be removed before the deadline expires.
The registrar has the right to file a complaint with the Data Protection Ombudsman if he or she feels that we are in violation of our personal data when processing the applicable privacy legislation.
Contact details of the Data Protection Ombudsman:
10. Automated individual decision-making and profiling
We do not use personal data for automated decision-making or profiling.