Your Personal Data refers to any information that can be used to identify you (hereinafter – Personal Data). We are the processors of the Personal Data, which falls into the field of application of this Policy. This Policy applies to the website of UAB Klaipėdos Kartono Tara.
Personal Data that we collect, use, transfer, and protection measures.
1. Collection and use of personal data
Your personal data is collected only to the extent that is necessary to provide our services to you. Your personal data processing is based on one of the following legal grounds:
For the implementation of the agreement – applicable, when your personal data processing is necessary to fulfil our obligations to you under the agreement.
On the basis of legislation – applicable, when we must process your personal data according to the law or other legislation, such as: for tax accounting purposes, providing data to public administration institutions or the police.
On the basis of a consent. In certain cases, we will process your personal data only upon obtaining your consent. You can withdraw your consent for data processing at any time by writing to us by e-mail: email@example.com
On the basis of legal interests. We will process your personal data in cases of our legal interest and such data processing will not violate your interests and protection of your rights, such as:
- Providing information about our Company’s services or career opportunities to visitors of our website;
- Preventing fraud, criminal offences and other violations of the law, protect our assets and IT systems;
- Organising and monitoring our advertising solutions;
- Seeking to ensure the implementation of the Company’s corporative and public obligations;
In certain cases, the data that we process may also include special category personal data, i.e. data, which reveals racial or ethnic origins, political views, religious or philosophical views or membership at labour unions, also managing genetic data, biometric details in order to identify a natural person, health data or data on a natural person’s sexual life and sexual orientation. We process this data only upon your consent or if such processing is established by the law.
An IP address is a number, allocated to your computer as you connect to the internet. It enables computers and servers recognize each other and share data. As you visit our website, your IP address is recorded and used for the purposes of our system diagnostics and security. An IP address is also used to generate indices, based on which we count the visits to our website and how useful it is.
Cookies are usually stored on your computer or another device that you use to connect to the internet each time you visit our website. This enables us to identify your device.
The majority of internet browsers accept and store cookies automatically, but you can change the browser settings and block cookies. These parameters are usually stored in the browser menu items, such as Tools or Preferences. You can also delete all cookies or certain cookies, based on your preference, at any time. If you decide to block all cookies, you may not be able to use all features of our website. More information on cookie settings in the most popular browsers is available here: Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Microsoft Edge.
Seeking to expand the functions of our website, sometimes we use third party tools and widgets. Usually, in order to maintain the additional functions, these tools and widgets store a cookie on your computer or device.
Cookies do no provide us with your e-mail or other ways to identify you. We use different identifiers to evaluate the operation of our website, including IP addresses, but this feature is used only to determine the number of unique visits and their geographic distribution, rather than identify individual users.
BY BROWSING OUR WEBSITE, YOU AGREE THAT YOUR COMPUTER OR OTHER DEVICE WILL STORE THE COOKIES NECESSARY TO OPERATE THE PAGE.
Network data collector is a small application on a website, which may be used for collecting information on the visitor’s computer, including the IP address, the duration of the visit, browser type and to identify the cookies, already saved by the same server before. Using network data collectors is strictly subject to legal requirements.
We or our service providers will use the network data collectors to ensure proper cookie management and establish the usefulness of the third party services that we receive, e.g. visitors, attracted by information distribution, advertising or staff screening services.
You can limit the functions of network data collectors by preventing the storage of cookies, necessary for their operation. I such case the network data collector is still able to record an anonymous visit from a specific IP address, but the cookie information will not be stored.
When you use our services, we may collect information about where you use your computer or other device. We use this information to better tailor our services to you.
2. Collection and use of personal data
We do not share your personal data to third parties, unless it is necessary to ensure the provision of services to you, fulfilment of your requests, our legal interests and business needs, or if it is necessary under specific legislation.
We do not share your personal data to any third parties that could use this data for direct marketing purposes.
3. Your choices
Usually, as you use our services, we will not require your personal data, unless it is necessary for the service provision, e.g. entering into an agreement or keeping in contact with you. Upon receiving your request for information on the services that we provide to you, we may request for additional personal data. In certain cases, we may request for your additional consent to personal data processing and you have a right to refuse to give your consent for data processing for these purposes. If you agree to receive certain services or information notices, we will provide you with an opportunity to withdraw this consent at any time. In case of a withdrawal of a consent, we will do our best to terminate the use of your personal data for the purposes, indicated in the agreement, as soon as possible.
As it was mentioned in the previous section on ‘Cookies’, should you wish to stop your monitoring using our website’s cookies, you may delete the cookies from your internet browser and forbid further storage of such cookies in the future. In such case, we will not be able to ensure a proper functioning of some of our website’s functions.
4. Your rights
If we process your personal data, you can use the following rights:
The right to be informed and rectification. You have a right to get acquainted with your personal data that we process. Seeking to get acquainted with your personal data that we process, you may submit a request. Should we decide that we must provide you with such a right upon considering your request, we will provide this information free of charge. Seeking to ensure the personal data protection for other persons and give a proper response to your request, before providing you with our answer, we may ask you to submit a personal identification card and other information on your relation with us. Should your personal data, processed by us, be incorrect, you have a right to have this data rectified.
The right to disagree with data processing. You have a right to disagree with your data processing if we cannot use it any more.
Other rights. If you believe that we should not continue to process your personal data, or that we have been storing it for too long, you have a right to request that your data is deleted or restrict its processing. In certain cases, you also have a right to request for an electronic copy of the data that we store.
In order to exercise your rights, you may contact us by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Upon receiving your request and in accordance with applicable legislation and vocational practice, we will take all possible effort to help exercise your rights.
5. Data safety and integrity
While processing your personal data, we use organisational and technical data safety measures and procedures, the purpose of which is to protect your personal data from illegal loss, improper use, change or destruction. Despite all of our efforts, it is impossible to consider all possible threats and guarantee absolute personal data safety. Seeking to ensure the maximum personal data safety, access to your personal data will be granted only to those of our employees that process your personal data, based on the ‘need to know’ principle. Persons, processing your personal data, have undertaken to comply with personal data processing requirements.
We put all possible efforts to ensure that your personal data is processed only:
- To the extent necessary to provide you with our services or information;
- To the extent we must store this information in accordance with the law or for other business necessities, or
- Until you ask us to delete your personal data. The specific data storage term depends on the circumstances under which the information has been collected and the purpose of the use of the information; however, considering the requirements, indicated above, personal data will not be stored longer than 2 years.
6. Changes of this policy
Upon receiving your inquiry, we will approve the receipt of the inquiry in 14 days and do our best to submit an answer in one month since the receipt of the inquiry. Should your inquiry be complex or if we receive a very large number of inquiries at the time, we may extend the response term with additional notice for up to three months since the receipt of the inquiry.
You always have a right to submit a complaint regarding improper data processing to the State Data Protection Inspectorate.
8. Data transfer to third parties
We do not share your personal data with third parties, unless that is required to provide services to you, to fulfil your requests, for our reasonable business needs and (or) if that is established by the law. This includes:
Our service providers: We share your personal data to third parties that provide us services, e.g. our IT maintenance service providers, our website hosting service providers, our accounting service providers, consultants, legal advisors and other providers of goods and services. We work with these third parties and they have been transferred your personal data for processing. We transfer your personal data to be processed by the above-mentioned third parties only in cases, when they comply with our strict personal data processing and safety requirements. We share your personal data only to the extent it is necessary for these third parties to provide their services.
Should we or a part of our business be sold, reorganised or transferred to another company: we would transfer personal data that is related to the sale or reorganisation to the extent it is directly related to the implementation of the business sold or transferred.
Pre-trial institutions, courts or other state-authorised institutions: we will transfer the personal data, requested by a court, pre-trial investigation institution or other authorised institutions to the extent it is necessary to fulfil our legal duties or under other basis for data transfer, established in the legislation.
Audit: we will transfer personal data to the extent it is necessary for a financial, data privacy and safety audit, or to investigate and give a proper response to a complaint or a security threat.
Further on, is a detailed list of cookies that we use:
|Cookies, used by mingespramogos.lt
|Moment of creation / Term of expiry
|Upon first visit to the website / 24 h
|This type of cookies is used for statistical information on visits of the website. The data obtained will be used to improve the website and generating reports, related to the visit count. The statistics are accumulated using Google Analytics tools. The results obtained are anonymous and will be used only for statistics. More information on Google Analytics –
|Upon first visit to the website / 2 years
|Upon first visit to the website / 1 min.
|As the user saves regional settings for the first time / Until deleted
|This cookie is used for the user’s chosen settings (language, date/time formats, etc.).
|Upon entering the website / upon leaving
|This cookie is used to ensure the functioning of the website and provide the users with the information that they want to see