Stakeholder testing and communication

A project to establish a positive credit register was set up to establish a positive credit register. The project is responsible for preparing and implementing the register.

Stakeholder cooperation and stakeholder testing

When carrying out stakeholder cooperation, we process the personal data of parties that have signed up for stakeholder cooperation so as to keep in contact with the stakeholders and implement stakeholder communications. The data includes the name, email address and telephone number of the stakeholder organisation’s contact person.

In stakeholder testing, we process personal data to keep in contact with the stakeholders participating in testing.

The details of the persons participating in stakeholder testing are submitted on online forms or through the Enter portal. The data includes the name, email address and telephone number of the person or contact person participating in stakeholder testing. The online forms will be introduced on 19 February 2024.

Persons participating in stakeholder testing can report their own details on online forms. A testing start notification is used to collect information on the testing contact person and technical contact person. In the Enter portal, the master user of stakeholder testing can report data on other persons participating in testing, as well as their own details.

Information on persons participating in stakeholder testing is processed in the Tax Administration's service management system provided by ServiceNow.

Subscribers to the newsletter and system information bulletin

Anyone can subscribe to the Positive credit register's newsletter or system information bulletin on the Positive credit register's website. We process email addresses to be able to send the newsletter and system information bulletin to subscribers.

On what basis do we process data?

We process personal data in stakeholder cooperation and stakeholder testing to perform our task in the public interest (General Data Protection Regulation (EU 2016/679), Article 6(1)(e).)

The processing of personal data of subscribers to the newsletter and system information bulletin is based on the data subject's consent (General Data Protection Regulation (EU 2016/679), Article 6(1)(a)

Disclosure of data

As a general rule, data is not disclosed.

Processors

Stakeholder testers’ personal data is processed in a service management system provided by ServiceNow.

Retention of data

With regard to data retention, we comply with the Tax Administration's information management plan.

We regularly check that the data on those participating in stakeholder cooperation and stakeholder testing is up-to-date.

Email addresses of the subscribers to the newsletter and system information bulletin will be retained until the subscription is cancelled. The personal data of a subscriber who cancels their subscription will be destroyed without delay.

Your data protection rights regarding the processing of personal data

The Incomes Register Unit is responsible for enforcing your data protection rights. You can make a free-form written request regarding your data protection rights and send it to us to the address below:

POSITIVE CREDIT REGISTER
P.O. BOX 2
FI-00055 Incomes Register

If you need help in exercising your rights, you can contact our customer service.

Right to view personal data

You have the right to know if we are processing your personal data. You are also entitled to receive a copy of your personal data that we process.

You can submit us a request to view your personal data with the form below.

Request to view personal data

Persons who participate in stakeholder testing and use the Enter portal can see their data by logging in to the portal.

Right to rectify data

You have the right to request us to rectify your inaccurate or incorrect personal data without any undue delay.

Persons who participate in stakeholder testing and use the Enter portal can edit their data themselves through the portal.

Right to restriction of processing

If you think the data we are processing about you is incorrect, if the data is processed against the law or if you have objected to the processing of your data, you can request us to restrict the processing of your personal data.

Right to oppose data processing

When the processing of your personal data is not based on our statutory obligation, you have the right to oppose the processing. You can oppose at any time on grounds of your special personal circumstances. In such a case, we may no longer process your personal data, except if there is a justified reason of great importance that supersedes your interests, rights and freedoms, or if the processing is necessary for the purpose of preparing, presenting or defending a legal claim.

Right to removal of data

You can cancel the newsletter or the system information bulletin at any time. Each newsletter and system information bulletin tells the subscriber that they can cancel the subscription via the link provided. When you cancel the subscription, your personal data will be destroyed without delay.

Right to file a notification with the supervisory authority

You have the right to file a notification with the Data Protection Ombudsman regarding the processing of your personal data. Further information and instructions on how to file a notification are available on the website of the Office of the Data Protection Ombudsman.

Page last updated 2/1/2024