Privacy Policy TranslatiOm Global OÜ

Henkilötietolaki [Personal Data Act](523/1999) Sections 10 and 24
Date of issue 15 September 2020

1. Registry

TranslatiOm Global OÜ
VAT registered: EE101757812

2. Contact person for matters concerning the register

Anu Huusko
Operative Manager, TranslatiOm Global OÜ
p. +358 41 430 4300

3. Name of registry

TranslatiOm Global OÜ client and marketing register

4. Purpose of processing personal data

For the management, implementation, development and monitoring of customer relationships, customer service and related communications and marketing.

5. Data contained in the register

The following information may be stored in the register:

  • Person’s name
  • E-mail address
  • Phone number
  • Position in the company
  • Company information
  • IP address
  • Site browsing session data

6. Data sources

The data content of the register is collected from the person themselves through forms on this website.

7. Disclosure of information

Data will not be passed on to a third party unless required by an official authority.

8. Data transfer outside the European Union (EU) or the European Economic Area (EEA)

Data may be disclosed to service providers operating outside the territory of the Member States of the European Union or the European Economic Area. The transfer of data complies with the requirements of personal data legislation and we transfer data to these service providers in accordance with the principle of minimising and reducing risks.

9. Personal data retention period

We retain the data until further notice Data may be deleted from the register at regular intervals in accordance with the practice in force at the time.

10. Register security

Data is collected in databases that are protected by firewalls, passwords, and other technical means.

11. Right of inspection

The data subject has the right to inspect his or her personal data contained in the register under Section 29 of the Henkilötietolaki [Personal Data Act]. The request can be made through the contact form on this website. The request will be processed by the body mentioned in part 2. above.

12. Right to request correction of data

The data subject has the right to demand the correction or deletion of incorrect data concerning himself or herself in the register under Section 30 of the Henkilötietolaki [Personal Data Act]. The request can be made through the contact form on this website. The request will be processed by the body mentioned in part 2. above.

13. Other rights related to the processing of personal data

The data subject has the right to prohibit the Data Controller from processing data concerning him or her for direct advertising, distance selling and other direct marketing as well as for market and opinion research under Section 30 of the Henkilötietolaki [Personal Data Act]. The request can be made through the contact form on this website. The request will be processed by the body mentioned in part 2. above.

General use and contractual terms and conditions

TranslatiOm Global OÜ strives to ensure that the information on this site is accurate, complete and up-to-date, but the site and its content are provided “as is”. No warranties, express or implied, are made as to the accuracy, reliability or content of the services.  Web services may contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors.


The ownership of the material contained in the services and all copyrights belong to TranslatiOm Global OÜ, except for materials where the source is expressly stated.

Limitation of Liability

TranslatiOm Global OÜ shall not be liable in any way for any direct, incidental, consequential, indirect, or punitive damages, losses, costs or lost profits related to the content of this website or the content downloaded from it. In the event of a dispute arises, Finnish law will apply.


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Google Analytics

This website has Google Analytics user reporting enabled. Anonymous visitor statistics are based purely on technical data transmitted by your browser and your internet connection, and these statistics do not provide us with personal data about the visitor. In addition to technical statistics, demographic and interests reporting collects personal data on targeting audiences, such as age, gender, as well as interests information on points of interest.

The reports let you see how many users of your website visit the website during a given period and how the users’ behaviour varies by gender, for example.  The reports containing these data are obtained via DoubleClick cookies, a third party. If the cookie is not related to the user, the target audience data and topics cannot be deduced from the statistics. The website uses the data gathered from the target audience and topic reporting to design topics so that we can provide readers with content that interests them. You can choose to block Google Analytics using a browser extension.

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A cookie is a file that is stored on a computer when a user visits a website. The file contains a small amount of data containing information about what the user is doing during their visit to the website. The server sends data about the user’s website activity to the user’s browser. The next time the user visits the same website, the information can be retrieved directly from your computer instead of the server.

Are cookies harmful?

Cookies do not harm your computer, files, or internet use. Cookies are plain text files that cannot contain viruses. In addition, the cookie files are small, so your device’s/computer’s memory will not be full even if you allow cookies to be stored on your device/computer. Cookies also do not allow us to read or destroy the data on the user’s hard drive.

How can you manage cookies?

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