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Privacy Policy

​Data Controller Name:

Optigo Ltd (later referred to as "Company")


71-75 Shelton Street, Covent Garden, London, United Kingdom, WC2H 9JQ


Email Address:

Contact Person for Data Related Matters:

Name: Lauri Savolainen

Email Address:

Register Name

Customer and Contact Information Register of Optigo Ltd

Purpose of the Register

A person visiting the website can, at their own discretion and with their consent, submit a contact request using the online mailing list subscription form (if there is one), contact form, or possibly a chat service available on the website.


The purpose may include, but is not limited to, inquiries, quote requests, customer support requests, or other inquiries related to the Company.

The data entered by the user is also stored with the user's consent for the Company's sales and marketing purposes.

Basis for Data Collection and Processing

User data is collected and processed with the user's consent or to fulfill a contract with the user.

Data Content of the Register

The user's provided data is stored, including at least:

• Email address

Data Retention Period

Personal data is retained indefinitely.

Cookie Policy

In this cookie policy, we describe how we use cookies and other similar tracking and targeting technologies (collectively referred to as "cookies") on our website.

Cookies collect information on how and when the website is used. This information can be used to improve website usability and target marketing messages to visitors on the website. The use of cookies is based on the user's consent.

The data controller follows prevailing guidance in obtaining consent for the use of cookies. The use of cookie data may be subject to new legislation or official guidelines. We will adjust our practices as necessary to comply with new laws and official guidelines.

What Are Cookies, and What Information Do They Collect?

We use cookies on our website. A cookie is a small text file sent to and stored on the user's computer.

Our website uses both first-party and third-party cookies. First-party cookies are set by the website visible in the address bar. In addition to these, third-party cookies, such as those of advertising technology providers and social media services, are used on the website. Only the server that set the cookie can later read it and recognize the browser, for example, when the user returns to a previously visited website.

Cookies on the website collect information such as:

• The number of users on the website

• Devices used to access the website

• The web address from which users arrived at the website

• Individual pages visited by users

Cookies and website servers automatically record requests made by users. This typically includes the user's web request, request date and time, the user's device IP address, and the browser type and language.

This information is in a form that cannot be associated with an individual user without additional details. For example, cookies do not store the user's name, email address, phone number, or home address.

How Are Cookies and Related Information Used?

Visitor Measurement and Analytics Cookies

The Google Analytics web analytics tool uses cookies to collect statistical data. This data is collected to analyze visitor numbers, content interest, and service usage patterns, as well as to develop the website.

Any other analytics tools in use are presented in the Cookie Management section, which opens at the bottom of the website.

Marketing Targeting Cookies

Cookies allow the Company to target marketing communications to users who have visited its website. Partners for targeting may include Google and social media services. When these service providers' cookies are used on the Company's website, the Company enables the collection and transmission of data to these service providers.

In addition, Google Tag Manager is used to manage these cookies. Processing of third-party cookie data is subject to the terms of those third parties, which users can review below. Other tracking tools that may be in use on the website, aside from those listed, are presented in the Cookie Notices section, and they may belong to categories other than those listed above.

Google Tag Manager

Cookie Purpose: Centralized management of tracking tags. Google Tag Manager's cookie policy:

Google Analytics

Cookie Purpose: Collecting statistical data about the website to improve its functionality. Google's cookie policy:

Google Ads

Cookie Purpose: Targeting, executing, and analyzing marketing communications for users likely to be interested. If a user has a Google account, Google may link the cookie identifier to the user's Google account. More information about how Google uses cookies for targeted marketing communications is available here:

Google Ads conversion tracking uses cookies. Google Ads cookie policy:


Cookie Purpose: Targeting, executing, and analyzing marketing communications for users likely to be interested. Facebook may link the cookie identifier related to a user's visit to the Company's website if the user has a Facebook account. Facebook's cookie policy:


Cookie Expiry

Cookies remain valid for a specific session until the user closes their browser or are persistent cookies, which are valid for a few months to several years. Users can influence the storage duration of cookie data by clearing cookies using browser settings, which resets the previous cookie profile.

Detailed information about storage times is available in the website's cookie settings.

Typical Data Retention Periods

Visitor measurement and analytics cookies: Cookie data collected for this purpose is typically deleted from Google Analytics within less than two years.

Marketing targeting cookies: Data collected for marketing targeting is typically processed for several months.

How Can Users Control Cookies?

Users can prevent the use of cookies with the website's cookie management tool, which is visible at the bottom of the website, or by deleting cookies in their web browser settings. Preventing the use of cookies may affect the functionality of the services. If a user chooses to block cookies, they may not be able to fully utilize the website.

Blocking or deleting cookies may affect previous choices made on the website, such as removing a cookie prohibiting targeted marketing communication from a partner on the website. Choices are browser-specific, so users must make the desired choices for each browser separately.

Example of Blocking Cookies in a Browser. For other browsers, please refer to the browser's instructions:

Google Chrome
• Open Google Chrome.
• Click on the menu icon in the upper right corner and select Settings.
• Click on Advanced.
• Under the Privacy section, click on the Content settings button.
• Turn off the setting under Cookies that says "Allow sites to save and read cookie data (recommended)."

Other User Rights

In addition to the right to information about the processing of personal data, users have the right, in accordance with data protection legislation, to:

• Access their stored personal data

• Correct data

• Delete data and be forgotten

• Withdraw consent given

• Restrict data processing

• Request the transfer of data provided, which is processed automatically based on consent or a contract, to another system

Primarily, users can influence processing by changing their cookie settings as mentioned above. If desired, users can contact the data controller via email or phone. Contact information is provided at the beginning of this document. In addition, users can file a complaint with the Office of the Data Protection Ombudsman.

Where Is Data Disclosed or Transferred?

The Company uses reliable partners for marketing targeting and allows these partners to collect information from the websites using cookies and similar technologies for marketing targeting purposes.

Service providers used by the Company (such as media agencies) may have access to data collected during website use. Service providers may use this data only for the Company's needs. In this context, the Company may transfer processed personal data outside the EU or EEA, following applicable legislation.

The Company contractually ensures that partners and service providers process data in compliance with prevailing legislation.

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