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Personal Data

Personal data is also generated by technical processes, such as contact forms, comments, cookies, analytics and third-party widgets. WordPress does not collect any personal data on visitors. The personal data collected by the plug-ins installed on the website can be found from the cookies section.


If you upload photos to this website, avoid uploading any photos with location data (EXIF GPS). Visitors can download and view location data from the photos included on the website.

The website uses an image optimisation plug-in. It does not store or share any personal data. In some cases, a photo added to the website may be sent for image compression to a server that is located outside Finland. The original versions of the photos can be stored for a maximum of 30 days. The optimisation API will store the photos for a maximum of 30 minutes.Contact forms

The data gathered via the forms will only be stored for a period of time that is necessary for purposes such as customer services or recruitment, for a maximum of 6 months, but the data will not be used for marketing purposes, unless otherwise indicated in the form.


By using the website you accept our cookie practice. You can manage cookies in your browser’s settings.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small, unnamed, user-specific text file that is stored in the user’s web browser. Only the server that set the cookie will be able to later read the cookie and recognise the browser when, for example, the user returns to a previously visited website. Cookies do not harm the user’s device, and they cannot be used to identify an individual user if the user has not logged in to the services.

Cookies are divided into session-specific and permanent cookies. Session-specific cookies expire when the user exits their session in the service, whereas permanent cookies are stored within the browser for a certain period of time or until the user deletes them. Cookies make the use of websites easier and enable certain functionalities, such as remembering the session, user-specific personalisation, authentication, language selection and targeting of advertising.

First-party cookies are set by the Renta website. In addition to them, our services use third-party cookies set by parties such as measurement and monitoring service providers, advertising technology suppliers and social media services.

What do we use cookies for?

We use cookies to collect data on the use of our website and the websites of our customers, the web browsers of the users visiting the websites and, for example, the type of terminal device used. We use cookies for enabling the functioning of our services, for analysing website user behaviour and optimising the user experience, for product development and reporting, and for the targeting of advertising.

We perform statistical analysis on the number of visitors to our website, the pages from which users came to our service, the effectiveness of advertising, and the technical environment of the visitors’ browsers.

The data collected by means of cookies can be linked to identified users who logged in to our website. For more information, read our description of data file:

Cookies that are necessary for the functioning of the website

The necessary cookies are used for enabling basic functionalities such as navigation, embedding of content to the website and logging in. You can disable all cookies in your web browser. In most browsers, this is done in the browser’s privacy settings. This option will prevent cookies from being stored on your computer and may result in some of the website functionalities being disabled.

Language selection

The website uses cookies to identify the visitor’s current language, the last selected language, and the language of the users who have logged in.

Third-party cookies:

In many web browsers, it is possible to block cookies from third parties. In this case, the browser will only allow cookies that come directly from the web service currently being used. This is done in the browser’s settings.

Third-party statistics

We send data on user behaviour on our website to Google Analytics:

The user’s IP address is sent in its entirety.
The Google Analytics cookie that identifies the user is set to remain valid for two years (default value).

The user’s cookie data is distributed to selected advertising networks for the purposes of targeted marketing.

External advertising technologies

Our website or any of its components may use third-party cookies such as Google DoubleClick, Facebook, LinkedIn, SalesForce DMP or Leiki. We also collaborate with Fonecta, on whose cookies you can find more information here:

Content embedded from other websites

The articles on this site may contain embedded content (such as videos, images, articles and 3D content, etc.). The opening of content embedded from other sites is comparable to the user visiting the third-party site concerned.

Our site features embedded content from services such as (3D content) and (video).

These sites may collect information about you, use cookies, embed third-party tracking cookies and monitor your interaction with embedded content, including monitoring of interaction if and when you log in to the site as a user.