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Our website uses the following cookies:
Performance cookies (session). They improve the functioning of the website and collect general (anonymous) information on the use of the website;
Analytical cookies (tracking cookies from Google Analytics). These cookies allow us to identify and count visitors to our website and track how visitors move on the website and use it. This helps us to improve the functioning of the website, e.g. to ensure that users can easily find what they are searching for. The basis for the processing of these cookies is consent;
Functional cookies. These cookies are used to identify website visitors when they return to the website. It allows us to customise the social networks content designed for the needs of the website and remember the information that is relevant to clients. The basis for the processing of these cookies is the client consent.
Using Social Networks
All information submitted by you on the social media (including notifications, use of Like and Follow, and other communications) is controlled by the social network manager. Currently, our website has an account on the Facebook, the privacy notice of which is posted at https://www.facebook.com/privacy/explanation; We recommend you to read third-party privacy notices and contact your service providers directly, if you have any questions about how they use your personal information.
Submission of Personal Data to Data Recipients
Your personal data may be provided to the following persons:
IT, server, mail, archiving, marketing, bookkeeping, postal and courier service providers;
Notaries, bailiffs, lawyers, consultants, auditors, and debt collection companies;
Law enforcement and supervisory authorities, courts and other dispute resolution bodies;
Potential or existing successors of our business or a part thereof or their authorised advisors or individuals.
What are the Principles of Personal Data Protection that we Follow?
When collecting and using your personal data provided by you and received from other sources, the following principles are followed:
Your personal data is processed in a lawful, fair and transparent manner (the principle of legality, integrity and transparency);
Your personal data is collected for specified, clearly defined and legitimate purposes and is not further processed in ways incompatible with those purposes (the principle of purpose limitation);
Your personal data is adequate, appropriate and only necessary for the purposes for which it is processed (the principle of data minimisation);
The processed personal data is accurate and, if necessary, updated (the principle of accuracy);
Your personal data shall be stored in such a form that data subjects can be identified for no longer than it is necessary for the purposes for which your personal data is processed (the principle of limitation of the length of the storage);
Your personal data shall be stored in such a form as to ensure the proper security of personal data, including protection against processing without a permit or unauthorised data processing, and against accidental loss, destruction or damage by using appropriate technical or organisational measures (the principle of integrity and confidentiality).
Implementation of Data Subject Rights
We inform you that you have the following rights to the data subject: the right to access to your data and how it is processed; the right to request correction or, in the context of the purposes of processing personal data, to supplement incomplete personal data of a person; the right to request to destroy your data or suspend processing of your data (except for storage); the right to request the processing of personal data be restricted; the right to transfer the data; the right to submit a complaint to the State Data Protection Inspectorate; the right to withdraw the consent and not to disagree with the processing of personal data.
In order to exercise the rights of your data subject, it is necessary to identify you. If we do not identify you, we shall not be able to make sure that the person whose personal data is being processed is actually contacting us. Therefore, it shall be impossible to exercise your rights. It may be refused to investigate the request for enforcement received from you or it may be relevantly charged, if the request is manifestly unfounded or excessive, as well as in other cases provided by law. If you would like to exercise your data subject’s rights or have any other questions regarding the processing of your personal data, please contact us by the following contact details:.lt or submit/send them to the company address provided at the beginning of this policy.