Privacy policy for the e-survey register

Tampere City Region Future Survey 2040

Register administrator

Tampere City Region

Contact persons for matters concerning the register

Juhani Pohjonen, Executive Secretary
Kelloportinkatu 1 C 
33100 Tampere 
Tel. +358 40 587 8557, juhani.pohjonen(a)

Antti Lippo, Development Manager
Kelloportinkatu 1 C 
33100 Tampere
Tel. +358 50 463 0732, antti.lippo(a)

Name of the register

Tampere City Region Future Survey 2040 register.

Purpose of processing personal data

The personal register data is used to increase the understanding of residents in the Tampere City Region Population Scenarios and Residents 2040 project, which aims to anticipate the possible future demographic structures of the city region, and for statistical and reporting purposes to build a picture of the values, ideals and choices of Tampere City Region residents regarding housing and the living environment.

The email address of the respondents will be requested for the purposes of the prize draw. Providing an email address is optional. The email address provided in the survey will not be linked to any other information provided in the survey.

Data content of the register

The following information is stored in the register:

year of birth  
postal code  
e-mail address

Regular sources of information

The information in the register is obtained from the respondents to the survey.

Disclosures of data

The data will not be transferred.

Transfer of data outside the EU or EEA

The data will not be transferred outside the EU or EEA.

Principles for the protection of the register

The data stored in the survey database is protected in a secure way so that only authorised staff can view it. Access to the data systems is controlled and access to the systems is only possible with a user ID and password.

After the survey draw is completed, the email addresses are deleted from the database.

Rights of the data subject

The data subject (the survey respondent) has the right to inspect the data stored in the register concerning him or her and to request the rectification or erasure of inaccurate data, provided there are legitimate grounds for doing so. The data subject also has the right to withdraw or modify consent. In accordance with the GDPR, data subjects have the right to object to or request restriction of the processing of their data and to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority about the processing of personal data. For specific personal reasons, data subjects also have the right to object to processing operations concerning them. When making such a request, the data subject must identify the specific situation on the basis of which he or she objects to the processing. The register administrator may only refuse to comply with a request to object on the grounds laid down by law.