Personal Data Act (523/1999) 10§ and 24§

Date of creation: 1.7.2016


Service provider (Click Nethosting Oy) collects following basic information when using this service:

  • session-specific, unique session identifier (session id)
  • user's computer IP address and DNS address
  • information about where (web page) user came to our service
  • time of visit.

This information collection is done for both statistical purposes and maintaining the service. The service provider can publish statistical information about usage of servers. Individual and unique user IP addresses or DNS addresses will not be published. Above data can identify the user's computer, but not the user itself. That is why the register is not personal data register referred to Personal Data Act. By using this service, the user consents to the collection of such data.


We use the so called cookie functionality. A cookie is a small, user's computer sent and stored text file, which allows the web site administrator to identify frequent visitors to the pages, make them easier to log onto the pages as well as to allow the combination of information concerning the visitors. This feedback enables us to continuously improve the content of our site. Cookies do not damage users' computers or files. We use them so that we can provide our customers information and services that are specific to their needs. We also use third-party cookies (Google and Facebook). They are used for website traffic analysis and advertising targeting on third-party sites. We do not control behaviour of these cookies, so we recommend that you check the third-party sites for information about their use of cookies and how to manage them.

If user visiting our website does not want us to have the above information using cookies, most browsers allow the cookie function to be switched off. For example in Internet Explorer browser it happens in "Tools" menu -> "Internet Options" -> "Security" tab.

However, it is good to take into account the fact that cookies may be necessary to some of our pages and services to operate appropriately.


1 Administrator of the register

Click Nethosting Oy
Tavolantie 825
09430 Saukkola

2 Contact person

Mika Pannimaa

3 Name of the register

Click Nethosting Oy's client register

4 Use of the register

Customer relationship management

5 Content of the register

Customer's address and other contact details

6 Regular sources of information

Information given by the customer

7 Regular disclosure of data

Click Nethosting Oy is obliged to inform the customer contact details in connection with the registration of domains for the international WHOIS register. This obligation has been set by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers ("ICANN"), which is an organization that is responsible for overseeing the management of domains, as well as partial management (more information:

8 Transfer of data outside the EU or EEA

Only the situations described in paragraph 7

9 Data protection principles

Click Nethosting Oy protects the information so that in the normal use of the information system neither service nor authorized third parties can not examine the information referred as secret. The data can be used for administrating tasks of research or statistical purposes. Information will not be used for direct marketing purposes, and will not be disclosed to third parties other than the situations described in paragraph 7. The register is on web server in secure data center, the server can not be accessed other than the register administrators. The information is given via encrypted connection to the register when placing an order. Your data will also be encrypted with the user name and password, which customer can specify when placing the order.

10 The right of inspection

Personal data can be checked in Click Nethosting Oy's client portal.

11 The right to demand correction of information

The customer has the right and obligation to change customer data. Personal Data Act, under section 29, the admistrator of register shall, without undue delay on its own initiative or at the request of the registered rectify, erase or supplement the register for the purpose of handling erroneous, unnecessary, incomplete or obsolete information. If the correction of information or the implementation of the right of inspection is refused, the member is given in writing of the refusal and the member has the right to appeal to the Data Protection Supervisor. The DPS may give an order to the admistrator of register to correct the data.

12 Other rights related to the processing of personal data

The Personal Data Act, under section 30, the registered has the right to prohibit the administrator of register to process personal data for purposes of direct advertising, distance selling, other direct marketing, market research, opinion polls, public registers or genealogical research. The member may inform about denial, either in writing or by phone to the contact person of register.