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Privacy policy

UAB Etiketė, company code 303472482, having its registered address at Šermukšnių g. 1-17, Vilnius, Lithuania (hereinafter - the Data Controller) takes security of personal data of its clients very seriously and therefore, the company has implemented the below Privacy Policy. It provides information on what personal data we process, what security measures we use and what rights you, as a data subject, may exercise.  

Should you have any concerns after reading this Policy, you can contact our representative:

- by email hello@etiquette.lt;

- by telephone: +370 618 32 363;

– by arriving to our office at: Antakalnio g. 17, Vilnius Tech-Park, building 12, LT-10312 Vilnius, Lithuania.


1. WHAT IS PERSONAL DATA?

1.1. Personal data is any information that directly or indirectly allow identification of an identified or identifiable living individual. Such data may include name, surname, telephone number, email address or internet identifier.


2. WHAT PERSONAL DATA WE PROCESS AND WHY?

2.1. We are a creative agency and therefore, we are continuously involved in developing new products, attend numerous events and have different news for you. In order to share the news with you, we send newsletters to our clients and other individuals interested in these news (direct marketing).  We therefore:

2.1.1. Collect and process your personal data:

  • Name;
  • Email address.

2.1.2. We process your personal data only if you permitted us to do so and we collect the data exclusively from you.
2.1.3. We do not provide data to anyone, i.e. we are the only data controller;
2.1.4. Our data processors assist us in processing your data by performing technical functions. You can find more information about them below in this Privacy Policy;
2.1.5. We process your personal data from the moment of your consent until you have cancelled it, but in any case, for maximum two years.  At the end of two years period, we shall notify you that your consent is about to end and will ask you to extend it.


3. WHAT ARE THE GROUNDS FOR PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING?

3.1. We process your personal data on legitimate grounds by strictly following the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the legislation governing personal data protection of the Republic of Lithuania.

3.2. We collect and process your personal data only if you permit us to do so or if it is required by mandatory applicable laws.


4. WHAT RIGHTS DO I HAVE?

4.1. The right to access to information that we process. You are entitled to contact us to get access to your personal data that we process.

4.2. The right to withdraw your consent for data processing. You are entitled to withdraw your consent to process your personal data at any time.

4.3. The right to rectification. When personal data are inaccurate or incomplete then you shall have the right to request the rectification of inaccurate personal data concerning you.

4.4. The right to object. You shall have the right to object, at any time, to processing of personal data concerning you or to delete your personal data that we already have. However, please note that in certain situations we shall not be able to satisfy your request and shall continue further processing of your certain personal data. Such situations include where data are required to achieve the objectives for which your personal data have been collected; data processing is necessary to ensure our legitimate interests; data processing is necessary for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims; data processing is mandatory under applicable laws and regulations.

4.5. The right to restriction of processing. You are entitled to limit the processing of your personal data if your data are inaccurate and (or) the processing is unlawful and you oppose the erasure of the personal data and request the restriction of their use instead and (or) your personal data are necessary for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims, and (or) your personal data are processed against your objection in respect of the processing.  Once you exercise your right to restriction of the processing your personal data, we shall discontinue the processing, except for storage of your personal data.

4.6. The right to data portability. You shall have the right to receive the personal data concerning you, which you have provided to us and which we subject to automated processing, in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format. We shall deliver these data directly to you or the third party you have specified to us.


5. HOW I CAN EXERCISE THESE RIGHTS OR THE RIGHT TO BE INFORMED?

5.1. If you wish to exercise the above rights, you can contact us by one of the following means:

5.1.1. by email hello@etiquette.lt;
5.1.2. by telephone: +370 618 32 363
5.1.3. By arriving to our office at: Antakalnio g. 17, Vilnius Tech-Park, building 12, LT-10312 Vilnius, Lithuania.

5.2. After we have received a request from you, we may, if we consider necessary, ask you to submit your proof of identity and other additional details and (or) documents related to your request. We shall respond to you as soon as possible, but within a maximum of 30 calendar days as of the date of the receipt of your request and the submission of all requested information.


6. CAN I EXERCISE MY RIGHTS IN ALL CASES?

6.1. In certain circumstances, applicable laws and regulations allow or require that we would not process your request to exercise your rights. Such circumstances include:

6.1.1. Our duty to comply with applicable laws and regulations;
6.1.2. The reasons related with public security and defence;
6.1.3. The reasons related to public order, prevention, and detection of criminal acts or criminal prosecution;
6.1.4. Compliance with significant public economic and financial interests;
6.1.5. Prevention, investigation and detection of the violations of professional or official ethics;
6.1.6. Ensuring protection of your or other individual’s rights.

7. WHO ASSIST US IN PROCESSING YOUR PERSONAL DATA?

7.1. In order to share our news with you, we engage third party services, which need disclosure of your certain data to these third parties - our service providers. We disclose personal data to third parties (data processors) only after we have concluded agreements, which provide for the duty to process your personal data by strictly following our requirements and the provisions of laws. The agreements provide also for the provisions, which are meant to protect your data against unauthorised processing. We can disclose your personal data to the below third parties:

7.1.1. Undertakings, which provide advertising and newsletters (emails) delivery services.

7.2. By following the requirements of laws and regulations, we can disclose your personal data also to other parties such as law enforcement institutions.

8. COOKIES

8.1. What are cookies? A cookie is a small text file that is placed and stored on your device (computer, smartphone or tablet) when you are visiting a website.  Cookies are very useful because they allow a website to recognise you, log your movements from page to page, and thus provide an additional service to enhance your user experience.

8.2. What cookies do we use? We use the following cookies:

8.2.1. Analytical and statistical cookies. These cookies allow us to collect information on how many visitors we have, what are their interests and other information, which allow us to improve the website functionality. By using these cookies, which collect anonymous information and develop its reports, the website owners can find out about the visitors interactions with the website. Currently we use these cookies:

Designation
Title
Validity period
Used data
Records user arrival time
October_session
Until the exit from the Website window
Unique ID
Google Analytics allows better understanding of customers.
_ga
2 years
A short randomly generated ID
Google Analytics allows better understanding of customers.
_gid
24 hours
A short randomly generated ID
Google Analytics is used to reduce the amount of data being sent.
_gat
1 minute

9. WHERE SHOULD I APPLY TO EXERCISE MY RIGHTS?

9.1. If you decide that your rights have been violated, you can apply to the State Data Protection Inspectorate. For more information, you may follow the link: www.ada.lt.