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- the website from which the visitor arrived at the website
- pages loaded
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- browser and operating system
- the visitor’s internet service provider.
The purpose of visitor tracking is not to identify individual visitors and your IP address is not saved as is. The IP address is used to identify the organisation that registered the address and the geographical location. The location data is indicative: its accuracy is good at the country level and moderate at the regional and city/town level.
We control the website’s accessibility, usability and quality, such as link functionality.
IP addresses are automatically anonymised and the data collected cannot be linked to an individual.
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Technical log data on the website and telecommunications connections
Technical log data is collected on the use of the website and the telecommunications connections used to access it. This data is necessary for the provision of the online service and for ensuring information security. The log data includes information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person, such as their IP address and timestamp. The log data is only used to enable the provision of the service via the telecommunications network and to investigate any disruptions and information security incidents.
Processing personal data related to the provision of the online service and ensuring information security is necessary for the Finnish Border Guard to comply with the legal obligation to which it as a controller is subject under the General Data Protection Regulation.
The Finnish Border Guard’s online services are provided by Valtori. Valtori’s partner Cloudflare Inc. utilises one per cent of the visitor log data to improve their service. Cloudflare does not transfer data outside the EU.
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