The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (2016/679)
Right of inspection
You have the right to request information about which data items related to you are stored in the personal data file or if the file has no data related to you. The information must be given to you in a comprehensible format, and if you wish, you may also receive the information in writing. You also have the right to know where the data in the file is regularly collected from, how the data is used and to which parties it is regularly disclosed.
You may inspect the data free of charge once a year. Requests are processed within one (1) month. If there are multiple requests or if the requests are complex, we will inform you if we need more time to process the request. In his case, the request will be processed within three (3) months of your original request. You can find more information about data subjects’ right of inspection on the website of the Data Protection Ombudsman.
The following forms are used to submit inspection or correction requests to JAMK. Requests should be addressed to the data protection officer in writing. You may also address the correction requests to the party defined in the privacy statement.
- Rekisteritietojen tarkastuspyyntö_JAMK
- Rekisteritietojen korjaamis-ja poistamisvaatimus JAMK
- Selvityspyyntö rekisteritietojen käsittelystä (JAMK)
JAMK’s privacy statements
Data protection is important to us, and we wish to explain how we process personal data and for which purposes we process the data. A privacy statement or description of file must be produced for each service or system to be procured if personal data is processed in it, and the data subjects must be informed of their rights and the future processing of personal data. A more detailed privacy statement for a scientific research file can be produced for personal data files maintained for scientific research. There are instructions for producing privacy statements on the ELMO intranet.
Some of the privacy statements have been produced on the ELMO intranet, which requires logging in to access.