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Privacy Policy

1. General provisions

1.1. This privacy policy (hereinafter referred to as the "Policy") governs the basic principles and procedures for the collection, processing, and storage of personal data of the user of www.vedurenginius.lt (hereinafter referred to as the "Website"). Before using the Website, you must carefully read and familiarize yourself with this Policy. By using the services provided on the Website, you confirm that you agree to comply with this Policy.

1.2. The Website is administered by an individual person, Andrius Pieslikas (hereinafter referred to as the "Provider").

1.3. For privacy and personal data protection matters related to the Provider, you can contact by email at andrius@vedurenginius.lt.

1.4. In this Policy, the term "User" refers to any natural person using the services of the Website.

1.5. In this Policy, the term "Client" refers to any User who has filled out a registration/request form.

1.6. The User must not use the services of the Website if they have not read and do not agree with this Policy. In cases where the User does not agree with the Policy or any part of it, they must not use the services of the Website. Otherwise, it is considered that the User has familiarized themselves with the Policy and unconditionally agreed to it.

1.7. The Provider assumes no risk or liability and is unconditionally released from it if the User has not partially or fully familiarized themselves with the Policy, even though they were given the opportunity to do so.

1.8. The Provider has the right to restrict the User's use of the Website's services without prior notice if the User violates this Policy, attempts to harm the stability and security of the Website's operation.

1.9. The Provider adheres to the following principles of data processing:

1.9.1. Personal data is collected for defined and legitimate purposes.

1.9.2. Personal data is processed accurately and fairly.

1.9.3. Personal data is constantly updated.

1.9.4. Personal data is stored no longer than necessary for the purposes of data processing.

1.9.5. Personal data is processed only by employees authorized to do so.

1.9.6. All information about the processed personal data is confidential.

1.10. When using third-party services, such as "Facebook" social network services, third-party terms may apply. For example, "Facebook" applies its Data Policy to all its users and visitors. Therefore, when using such third-party services, it is recommended to familiarize yourself with their applicable conditions.

1.11. This Policy is drawn up in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Lithuania on the legal protection of personal data, other laws of the European Union and the Republic of Lithuania.

2. Collection, processing, and storage of personal data

2.1. By providing their personal data, the User agrees that the Provider will manage and process them in accordance with this Policy and the applicable legislation.

2.2. By providing their personal data, the User also grants the Provider the right to collect, accumulate, systematize, use, and process all and any personal data that the User directly or indirectly provides while visiting the Website and using its services, in accordance with this Policy.

2.3. The User is responsible for ensuring that the data provided to the Provider is accurate, correct, and complete. The input of incorrect data is considered a violation of the Policy. If the User's provided data changes, they must promptly inform the Provider. Under no circumstances will the Provider be liable for any damage caused to the User or third parties due to the User providing incorrect or incomplete personal data or failing to request data supplementation or changes when necessary.

 

3. Processing of personal data for the purpose of service provision

3.1. In the course of its activities, the Provider provides event hosting and organizing services to Clients. Accordingly, the Provider processes Client data as a data controller, taking action before concluding an agreement to allow the Client to submit a request, and then processes the data for the purposes of providing services.

3.2. In this regard, the Provider processes the following personal data of Clients:

3.2.1. Essential information: name, phone number, or email address.

3.2.2. Other information that the Client voluntarily provides: the name of the company for which the event is organized, event date, personal message about the celebration or its location.

3.3. The aforementioned Client data may only be disclosed to third parties when such rights and/or obligations are established by law.

 

4. Processing of personal data for direct marketing purposes

4.1. The Provider carries out direct marketing activities concerning Users who have given their consent. Accordingly, the legal basis for the processing of personal data in this case, in accordance with Article 6(1)(a) of the GDPR, is the consent given by Users.

4.2. The User, in order to receive messages or other useful offers from the Provider, has the opportunity to give their consent by filling out a form. The User may also consent by subscribing to the newsletter. If the User does not give consent, the Provider will not use the User's personal data for marketing purposes and will not send them any advertising or informational messages.

4.3. In the context of direct marketing, the Provider processes the following categories of Client data:

4.3.1. Name;

4.3.2. Surname;

4.3.3. Email address;

4.3.4. Phone number.

4.4. Data processed for direct marketing purposes will not be provided to third parties by the Provider.

 

5. Procedures and terms of personal data storage

5.1. When processing and storing User's personal data, the Provider implements organizational and technical measures to ensure the security of personal data against accidental or unlawful destruction, alteration, disclosure, as well as any other unauthorized processing.

5.2. The Provider does not transfer Users' personal data to third parties.

5.3. The User's personal data will be stored no longer than necessary for the purposes of data processing. When personal data are no longer necessary for their processing purposes and/or the storage period defined, they will be securely destroyed. 5.4. The User's data provided for direct marketing purposes will be stored for no longer than 2 years from the User's last visit to the Data Controller's website and submission of a request.

6. Rights of data subjects

6.1. The User has the right, at any time, by submitting a request to the Provider, to familiarize themselves with their personal data processed by the Provider and how they are processed, to request the correction of inaccurate, incomplete, or inaccurate personal data, to request the cessation, except for storage, of the actions of processing their personal data when the data is processed in violation of the law.

6.2. In cases where the processing of personal data is based on consent, the User has the right to withdraw this consent at any time without affecting the lawfulness of the data processing carried out before the withdrawal of consent.

6.3. If the User wishes to lodge a complaint about the way the Provider handles their personal data, the User can contact the Provider using the contacts specified in point 1.4, and the Provider will investigate the matter.

7. Final provisions

7.1. The relations arising under this Policy shall be governed by the laws of the Republic of Lithuania.

7.2. The Website Provider shall not be liable for any damage, including damage caused by the use of the Website, disruptions, data loss or damage resulting from the User's or third parties' actions or inactions related to the User, including incorrect data entry, other errors, intentional harm, or other improper use of the Website. The Website Provider is also not responsible for disruptions in connecting to and/or using the Website and the damage caused by third parties unrelated to the User's actions or inactions, including disruptions in the supply of electricity, internet access, etc.

7.3. The Website Provider shall not be liable for any damage, including damage caused by the use of the Website, disruptions, data loss or damage resulting from the User's or third parties' actions or inactions related to the User, including incorrect data entry, other errors, intentional harm, or other improper use of the Website. The Website Provider is also not responsible for disruptions in connecting to and/or using the Website and the damage caused by third parties unrelated to the User's actions or inactions, including disruptions in the supply of electricity, internet access, etc.

7.4. The Provider has the right to partially or completely amend this Policy.

7.5. Amendments or changes to the Policy shall take effect on the day of their publication on the Website.

7.6. If, after the addition or amendment of the Policy, the User continues to use the Website and its services, it is considered that the User agrees to these additions and/or amendments.

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