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Cookies and the website’s function
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As a data subject, you have certain rights pertaining to your personal data and its processing. These rights can be exercised in different ways, depending on the basis on which your personal data is processed.
Read about your rights and exercising them on this information page on the rights of data subjects. With regard to third-party cookies, you can ask the third party concerned directly about exercising your rights.
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- Unit Head Susanna Rautio, Content Production, Communications of the Helsinki City Executive Office.
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