The user’s personal data will only be disclosed if the registrar has an obligation to do so due to legislation or other compelling reasons. The user is asked to give separate consent to the disclosure of the register data if the user data is to be used for other purposes.
For example, we use Google Analytics to obtain data about the behaviour of our visitors, but Google, as a third party, can also use it as a registrar. Below is a description of these third parties and a general description of the use of the data and a link to a third party privacy statements or equivalent information.
The parties below are those who may also use the data for their own marketing purposes or sell the data obtained of you onwards.
Analytics also collects the following data: Downloads of documents from our website, links to pages elsewhere, errors in filling out forms, watching videos, how far the pages are read, and how the visitor uses the website’s functionalities.
Google Tag Manager
The tool itself does not collect any personal data for our use. Google Tag Manager manages the tracking codes and tools used on our pages.
The tool primarily monitors how visitors to our pages react to our ads and how those ads affect visitor behaviour (so-called “conversions”). Ads can also be used to track what visitors do on the website and when to use ads, such as for calling us. Google Ads collects user data through the Doubleclick site.
Google Data Studio
This tool generates website reports. The data is generated from data collected by Google Analytics, and the service does not collect personal data on the pages. You can read the Google Services Privacy Statement in English at:
https://policies.google.com/privacy (link will open in a new browser window)
Data about your presence on our website and your sharing with that service will be transferred to Facebook if you share information from our website with the “Share” function of the mobile user interface. Facebook does not disclose data about individual visitors to us. In connection with a Facebook live broadcast, your browsing data and the data of the broadcast you are following will also be transferred to Facebook and can be connected to you by Facebook. You can read Facebook’s Data Policy at:
https://www.facebook.com/privacy/explanation (link will open in a new browser window)
Videos on our site are played from YouTube. We do not use YouTube’s privacy mode, so in order to see videos you must accept marketing cookies. After you accept the marketing cookies, YouTube will set a cookie on your device that will allow YouTube to use information related to searching and watching videos for its own use. For example, if you are signed in to YouTube, YouTube gets information about visits to our site and the videos embedded in them, and can update your profile there accordingly. We do not receive any data about visitors for our use from YouTube. YouTube is a service owned by Google, so its data privacy concerns are set out in Google’s own privacy statement. For more information about YouTube’s privacy practices, please visit: https://support.google.com/YouTube/answer/2801895?hl=en (link opens in new browser window)
Data about your presence on our website and your sharing with that service will be transferred to LinkedIn if you share information from our website with the “Share” function of the mobile user interface. However, LinkedIn does not disclose data about individual visitors to us.
LinkedIn’s Privacy Statement and more information about the processing of personal data can be found in English at:
https://www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy?trk=hb_ft_priv (link will open in a new browser window)
Our website also uses codes and content from other parties. Similarly, some of the content on the pages is retrieved from other parties’ sites. It is the logic of the Internet that every time your browser connects to a server, a trace of your visit is left on that server. Even if it was just a matter of retrieving a single code, image, or file from that location.
The reason for using third parties for such purposes is often the smooth loading and operation of the website. Different content sharing services can provide faster loading services without having to gather all the data in one place. This makes the website work a bit more efficiently.