Findata does not sell data. As a data permit authority, we grant time-limited permits for the secondary use of social and health data when the conditions specified in the Secondary Use Act are met.

Permits are always granted for a specific purpose and define the individuals who may process the pseudonymized data. The processor of personal data must produce analysis results in an anonymous form, from which individual persons’ information or characteristics cannot be revealed.

Findata ensures the anonymity of the results in accordance with the Secondary Use Act. This applies to all data for which a permit has been granted under the Secondary Use Act. Find the criteria for ensuring the anonymity of results and examples of common analysis types on the page Producing Anonymous Results.

When the permit expires, the permit holder no longer has access to the data, and it is destroyed.