Who We Are
General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR)
How We Collect and Use Information
Personal Data Which We Will Get Directly From You
Personal Data We Receive When You Visit Our Web Site
Processing Your Information
Processing Your Information
The GDPR took effect on May 25, 2018, and is intended to protect the data of European Union (EU) citizens. As a company that markets its site, content, and/or services online we do not specifically target our marketing to the EU or conduct business in or to the EU in any meaningful way. If the data that you provide to us in the course of your use of our site, content, and/or services is governed by GDPR, we will abide by the relevant portions of the Regulation.If you are a resident of the European Economic Area (EEA) or are accessing this site from within the EEA, you may have the right to request: access to, correction of, deletion of; portability of; and restriction or objection to processing, of your personal data, from us. This includes the “right to be forgotten.”To make any of these requests, please contact our GDPR contact at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We may process personal data received from you directly when you provide us with personal data or leave a comment, ask a question, contact us, file a complaint, or otherwise. We inform you that we will not process personal data about you if you do not wish to provide this information on your own. Data that we can process after receiving directly from you:
We are using cookies and other technologies, so we can handle information about you while you are visiting our website. A cookie is a small text file that a website saves on your computer or mobile device when you visit the site. It enables the website to remember your actions and preferences (such as login, language, font size, and other display preferences) over a period of time, so you don’t have to keep re-entering them whenever you come back to the site or browse from one page to another.
The data we can handle about you when visiting our website:
Your IP address
The links you clicked on
Web sites you have visited before visiting our site
Your internet provider
In accordance with the Law on the Protection of Personal Data, for information processing, we may transfer your personal data to other companies (both Lithuanian and foreign) with whom we cooperate and to third parties with whom we cooperate, including the website administrator. We can transfer your personal data to our business partners (both Lithuanian and foreign), suppliers, and other third parties to ensure your legal participation in the projects. None of these suppliers or third parties We will not give permission to use your personal data in any other way and will require you to take your personal data protection measures. We may be forced to disclose your personal data if this is provided for by applicable law.
We may collect and store personal or other information that you voluntarily supply to us online while using the Site (e.g., while on the Site or in responding via email to a feature provided on the Site). The Site only contacts individuals who specifically request that we do so. Generally, this information includes name and e-mail address for registration or opt-in purposes and name, company name, and topic for discussion whenever trying to connect with us. All of this information is provided to us by you.
We also collect and store information that is generated automatically as you navigate online through the Site. For example, we may collect information about your computer’s connection to the Internet, which allows us, among other things, to improve the delivery of our web pages to you and to measure traffic on the Site. We also may use a standard feature found in browser software called a “cookie” to enhance your experience with the Site. Cookies are small files that your web browser places on your hard drive for record-keeping purposes. By showing how and when visitors use the Site, cookies help us deliver advertisements, identify how many unique users visit us, and track user trends and patterns. They also prevent you from having to re-enter your preferences on certain areas of the Site where you may have entered preference information before. The Site also may use web beacons (single-pixel graphic files also known as “transparent GIFs”) to access cookies and to count users who visit the Site or open HTML-formatted email messages.