Privacy Policy

1. Data controllers

City Digital Oy, 2110789-4
Address: Kuortaneenkatu 1, 00520 Helsinki
Email: [email protected]

Data protection Officer: Niko Jokinen, [email protected]

2. Purpose of processing personal data / legal basis

We process personal data for managing and creating customer relationships, in matters related to job search and recruitment, as well as for customer acquisition and advertising purposes. We also use some of the information to improve our site’s content. By using and visiting our site, the user consents to the collection and use of information in accordance with this privacy policy.

Nature of processing and third party services used for processing

a. Applicants

Applicants can apply for a job with us through an open application on our website. The personal information in the job application goes directly to the e-mail addresses of the recruitment team.

b. Newsletter Subscribers

People interested in our activities and what we offer can order our newsletter via the form on our website. The newsletter is sent to the given email address approximately every 4-6 weeks. Addresses are stored in a service called Mailchimp, which is based in the USA. Mailchimp’s Privacy Policy is here.

3. Data content of the register

The register may contain the following information about users:

– Name
– Email address
– Telephone number
– The applicant can also send a link to LinkedIn profile.

4. Regular data sources

Personal information is added to the register by the users themselves through the forms on this page.

5. Regular transfers of information

Information will not be passed on, except when required by official actions.

6. Data transfer outside the EU or EEA

Some of the personal data in the register is processed by information systems located in the United States.
All information systems are committed to complying with the EU data protection law.

7. Cookie Digital

City Digital uses cookies on it’s website. By using our website, the visitor accepts the use of cookies. A cookie is a small text file that a computer, phone or tablet stores on the user’s device. The use of cookie information requires, according to the cookie message displayed to new users in the service, that the user has accepted cookies by using our online service. The visitor cannot be identified using cookies alone, and cookies do not damage the user’s device or files.

The website user can set their browser to deny all cookies or to notify when a cookie is sent. If the user does not accept cookies, he may not be able to use some parts of our site.

8. Log information

Like many websites, we also collect log data that the user’s browser sends when you visit our site. The log information may contain, for example, the following information; the computer’s IP address (Internet Protocol), information about the browser type, browser version, pages visited, time and date of the visit. In addition, we use third-party services, such as Google Analytics, which collect, monitor and analyze the collected information.

9. Changes to this Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy entered into force on April 3, 2023, and it will remain valid until further notice (with the exception of future changes in accordance with the regulations, which will come into force immediately after the changes are recorded.) We reserve the right to update or change our privacy policy at any time, and it is recommended to read the Privacy Policy regularly. By continuing to use our service after we have announced changes in the use of cookies and privacy policies, it means you accept the changes and agree to follow the privacy policy.