We, UAB “Logos data” (hereinafter referred to as “we” or “the Company”), value and protect the privacy of our clients. Therefore, we only collect and process data necessary to carry out our activities.
We handle personal data lawfully, transparently, and fairly, with predefined purposes and to the extent necessary to achieve these purposes. We aim to ensure that personal data is accurate, secure, confidential, properly stored, and protected.
When handling your personal data, we comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Law on Legal Protection of Personal Data of the Republic of Lithuania, and other legal requirements concerning personal data processing.
What is this document?
2. This Policy applies to all individuals visiting our website, www.labbis.lt (hereinafter referred to as the “Website”), to all actions you perform on the Website, such as sending us inquiries, as well as all individuals applying for job vacancies on our Website and providing information about themselves for this purpose, and all individuals calling us, when conversations with them are recorded (we always inform you about recording the conversation before it starts).
Before using the Website, we will ask you to choose whether you agree to the collection of information about your actions on the Website and redirect you to read more about our Policy. If you’re using the Website, it means that you have read and agreed to this Policy and the purposes, methods, and procedures for processing your personal data specified therein, taking into account the information about the collection of information about your actions on the Website to which you have agreed..
This Policy also intends to inform you about other personal data processing operations we perform and the main principles designed to ensure your privacy.
2.1. In this Policy, the term “personal data” refers to any information that can identify you directly or indirectly. For example, personal data may include your surname, name, date of birth, postal or email address, location data, IP address, and any characteristics specific to you.
What principles do we follow?
3. When processing your personal data, we:
a) comply with applicable laws and regulations, including GDPR requirements;
b) process your personal data in a lawful, fair, and transparent manner;
c) collect your personal data for specific, clearly defined, and lawful purposes and to the extent permitted by law and your consent;
d) take all reasonable measures to ensure that inaccurate or incomplete personal data, considering the purposes for which they are processed, are immediately corrected, supplemented, stopped, or destroyed;
e) keep data in a form that identifies you for no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which personal data is processed;
f) do not disclose or transfer personal data to third parties except as specified in the Policy or required by law;
g) ensure that your personal data are processed in a manner that, by applying appropriate technical or organisational measures, ensures adequate security of personal data, including protection against unauthorised or unlawful processing and accidental loss, destruction or damage.
How do we collect your personal data?
4.1. We process your personal data obtained in the following ways:
a) when you provide us with personal data. You provide us with your personal data when you submit inquiries on the Website, communicate with us by phone, email, or submit your resume. When you contact us in writing, by email or by phone, we will retain the phone call and chat data (which we record when speaking on the phone, as announced at the beginning of the conversation);
b) when you use the Website. When you use the Website, certain information (such as IP address, type of internet browser used, number of visits to the Website, viewed pages of the Website, time spent on the Website, demographic data, and, if you arrived at the Website from a third-party website – the URL link of the page) is collected according to your choices;
c) when we receive your personal data from other entities in accordance with the procedure established by legal acts and/or this Policy.
4.2. We may combine personal data obtained from you with data collected by us from other public or accessible sources. For example, we may combine personal data obtained using Website cookies, data collected when providing services to you, or data obtained legally from third parties.
What personal data do we process, and for what purposes?
5.1. We process your personal data for the following purposes:
a) In order to ensure the quality of our sales and services and to respond to your inquiries about our products, solutions, or services. You provide us with your personal information when submitting requests to us through the Website, by email, when communicating with our team by phone, or by submitting messages regarding the Website or the services we provide. If you contact us in writing, by email, or by phone, we will retain the correspondence or audio recording (call recording). Personal data is processed for this purpose:
|Data categories||Name, surname, email address, phone number, data we receive when you contact us about our products, solutions or services via email (message content, etc.) or phone (recording of a conversation, date, time, duration, etc.)|
|Legal basis for data processing||Your consent, as well as our legitimate interest in evaluating our customers’ feedback to improve the quality of our activities and services provided.|
|Data processing duration||1 year from the date of submitting your inquiry to us.|
b) for the purpose of direct marketing, in order to provide you with offers, newsletters and information about our products and/or services of our affiliates and partners. Personal data is processed for this purpose:
|Data categories||Name, surname, and email address.|
|Legal basis for data processing||Your consent|
|Data processing duration||3 years from the date you gave us consent or until the services are provided to the legal entity that you are an employee of, or until you revoke your consent in the manner specified in section 6.7 of this Policy.|
c) For the purpose of employment, as part of the current and future employment process, as well as to assess your competencies and other qualities. By completing the employment form or providing us with information about themselves, the user expresses their consent to participate in the current or future Company’s employment process. This consent applies to all documents submitted during the employment process.
|Data categories||Email address, resume, motivation letter|
|Legal basis for data processing||Your consent|
|Data processing duration||1 year from the date you gave us consent or until you revoke your consent in the manner specified in section 6.7 of this Policy.|
|Data categories||Name, surname, and comment where there can be personal data such as your current employment status, job experience, etc.|
|Legal basis for data processing||Your consent, which is given by providing information.|
|Data processing duration||10 years from the date you gave us consent or until you revoke your consent in the manner specified in section 6.7 of this Policy.|
d) For the purpose of ensuring the functionality of the Website and improving it. When you use the Website, certain data is automatically sent to us. This data is non-personal information used to improve the content, functionality and attractiveness of the Website.
5.2. We do not request or process your personal data about your racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs or membership in trade unions, as well as health data or data related to your sex life and sexual orientation. In the event that you provide us with such data when using the Website or in any other way (in writing, by e-mail, or by phone), it will be deemed that you have provided such data with your consent. Accordingly, we will process this data together with other data you provided in the manner specified in section 5.1 of the Policy.
Do we use your personal data for direct marketing purposes?
6.1. Yes, we may use your personal data for the purpose of direct marketing in order to provide you with offers, newsletters, and information about our goods and/or services, and products or services of persons and partners that we believe may interest you. We will only use your personal data for this purpose if you have given your consent.
6.2. For this purpose, we process the personal data specified in section 5.1. (b) of the Policy.
6.3. You can choose whether to allow us to use your personal data for direct marketing purposes. You can do this in the contact form by selecting the option “I agree that my data will be used for marketing purposes.”
6.4. By giving us the right to process your data for direct marketing purposes, you also give us permission to contact you for this purpose using the contact details you provided (e.g., email address, phone, text messages (SMS)) or other communication methods (e.g., Skype, Viber, etc.).
6.5. We may combine the information we have about you with the information that third parties have in order to provide you with offers and newsletters.
6.6. If you give your consent to use your personal data for direct marketing purposes, we may use your personal data to analyse and improve the effectiveness of our websites, advertising, market research, and other marketing and sales purposes of the Company. In this case, we will use your data in an anonymous form.
6.7. Even if you’ve given your consent to process your personal data for direct marketing purposes, you can easily withdraw your consent for all or part of the processing of your personal data. You can do this by:
a) notifying us of your refusal of the offers or newsletters you receive by email, or by clicking the “Unsubscribe” or similar link in the offers or newsletters;
b) sending us a request to the email address specified in this Policy. The request must clearly state your name and surname. If you request to withdraw your consent in this way, we may ask you to provide identity documents.
6.8 If you withdraw your consent, we’ll stop processing your personal data for direct marketing purposes as soon as possible.
6.9. Withdrawal of consent does not automatically oblige us to delete your personal data or provide you with information about the personal data we process, so if you want us to perform these actions, you need to specify such a request separately.
7.1. We collect information about you using cookies and similar technologies. Cookies are small files temporarily stored on your device’s hard drive, which allow us to recognise you during future visits to the Website, store your browsing history and preferences, customise the content, speed up searches conducted on the Website, create a convenient and user-friendly Website environment, and present it more efficiently and reliably. Cookies are a common practice when browsing websites to make it easier to use the website.
7.2. With cookies, we can collect information that you allow us to collect: IP address, type of internet browser you use, number of visits to the Website, pages viewed on the Website, time spent on the Website, demographic data, and, if you came to the Website from a third-party website, the page URL link, and so on.
7.3. We use the information obtained through cookies for the following purposes:
a) to ensure the functionality of the Website (for example, so that you can use Website personalisation);
b) to enable us to improve and develop the Website to meet your needs better;
c) for the development of services and analysis of Website usage;
d) for targeted marketing.
7.4. We may, without violating legal acts, combine the information obtained using cookies with information obtained about you through other means (for example, information about Website usage combined with your personal data provided).
7.5. The Site may use the following cookies:
a) technical cookies: these cookies are necessary for the Website to function. Even if cookie usage is rejected, these cookies still work;
b) functional cookies: these are cookies that, while not necessary for the Website to function, significantly improve its operation, quality, and user experience;
c) analytical cookies: these are cookies used to prepare a statistical analysis of Website visitors’ navigation; the data collected by these cookies is used anonymously;
d) targeted or cookies used for advertising: these cookies are used to display offers or other information that may be interesting to you;
e) social network cookies: these cookies are necessary if you want to use Website information in your social media account.
By clicking the “Allow” button, you agree to the use of all cookies mentioned in the b-e section.
Facebook ads. This feature allows us to display ads on the Facebook platform. A Facebook tracking pixel is installed in the browser of our web visitors. This allows us to identify the user and display an individualised remarketing ad on the Facebook platform. This technology facilitates the placement of advertising campaigns on the Facebook platform and allows us to see reports on the effectiveness and performance of these advertising campaigns. More information about this technology can be found at https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies/. If you want to opt out of these cookies, please follow the instructions provided in section 7.8.
7.6. All information about cookies used on the website, their purpose, validity, and data used is provided in the table below:
|Name||Purpose of data processing||When are cookies created?||Validity period|
|_gat||It’s a Google Analytics cookie, used to limit the number of requests to the Google service.||Entering the page||Session|
|collect||It’s used to send information to Google Analytics about the device used and the behaviour of the visitor. It helps to recognise a visitor if they’re using different devices.||Entering the page||Session|
|r/collect||It collects information about the effectiveness of viewed or clicked advertisements and helps to display personalised advertisements.||Entering the page||Session|
|s||A cookie that registers the visitor’s clicks on the website||Entering the page||Session|
|u||A cookie that helps to recognise the visitor who has already visited the website||Entering the page||Session|
|NID||Information about the visitor’s preferences||Entering the page||6 mėn.|
|october_session||TVS uses this cookie to enable the collection of information about website traffic.||Entering the page||Session|
|acceptCookie||It’s used to inform whether the user has agreed to the settings for collecting cookies||By agreeing to the terms||1 year|
|_ceg.s||These cookies are used to collect statistical information about website traffic. The data obtained is used to prepare reports and to improve the page.||Entering the page||3 months|
|_ceg.u||These cookies are used to collect statistical information about website traffic. The data obtained is used to prepare reports and to improve the page.||Entering the page||3 months|
|_gid||These cookies are used to collect statistical information about website traffic. The data obtained is used to prepare reports and to improve the page.||Entering the page||Session|
|_ga||Entering the page||2 years|
a) by clicking “Allow” or “Reject”.
7.8. You can revoke your consent to us using cookies at any time. To do so, you can change your browser settings so that it does not accept cookies. How to do this depends on the operating system and browser you use. Detailed information about cookies, their use, and how to opt out can be found at http://AllAboutCookies.org or https://policies.google.com/technologies/ads.
To whom do we share your personal data?
8.1. We guarantee that your personal data will not be sold, provided, or otherwise transferred to third parties without a legal basis, nor will it be used for purposes other than those for which they were collected. We will not disclose your personal data in any other way than explained in this Policy. However, we reserve the right to provide information about you if we are required by law, law enforcement or prosecuting authorities.
8.2. We may transfer your personal data to companies that help us carry out our activities and for direct marketing purposes. We require such partners to process your data only by our instructions and applicable data protection laws.
8.3. We may disclose the data we collect about you to the following third parties:
a) third-party service providers (such as technical service providers we have contracts with, including carrying out actions for sending newsletters or other marketing activities);
b) third-party service providers that we typically use for data storage, telecommunications, and website hosting purposes.
c) companies that manage borrower files or administer debts;
d) courts, law enforcement agencies or government institutions to the extent required by law;
e) partners, such as debt collectors, in cases where the Company transfers the right to claim the amount payable by the customer to them in order to ensure effective debt management;
8.4. The ability of the service providers mentioned above to use your data is limited – they cannot use this data for any other purpose than providing services to us.
How long do we store your personal data?
9.1. We keep your personal data no longer than is required by the purposes of data processing or as specified by laws if they establish a longer data retention period.
9.2. We aim not to keep outdated or irrelevant personal data, so only current information is stored after updating. Historical information is kept if required by law or for our business activities.
9.3. The storage periods for your personal data for each purpose of use are separately indicated in section 5.1 of the policy.
How do we store your personal data?
10.1. The data we collect from you will be within the European Union (EU) territory and will not be transferred outside of the EU.
10.2. Unfortunately, transferring information over the internet is not completely secure. Although we take great care to protect your personal data, we can’t guarantee data security when you transmit data to the Website. You are responsible for the risk associated with data transmission to the Website. Once we receive your data, we will apply strict procedures and security measures to protect your data from unauthorised access.
10.3. In the unlikely event of a data breach that could pose a significant risk to your rights or freedoms, we will promptly notify you as soon as we become aware of it and determine what information was accessed.
11.1. The website may contain links to external websites – the websites of our business partners or websites advertising our goods and/or services. When following such links to any of these websites, please note that these websites and the services accessible through them have their own privacy policies, and we don’t take responsibility or obligations for these policies or the collection of personal data, such as contact or location data on these websites or through these services. Please review these policies before providing personal data on these websites or using any of these services.
What are your rights?
12.1. When processing personal data, we protect your rights under the GDPR and the Law on Legal Protection of Personal Data of the Republic of Lithuania. As a data subject, you have the following rights:
a) to be informed about the processing of your personal data;
b) to access your personal data that we process;
c) to request the correction, completion, or rectification of your inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated personal data;
d) to request the erasure of your personal data when it’s no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected;
e) to request the erasure of your personal data when it’s processed unlawfully, when you withdraw your consent for the processing of personal data, or when you do not give such consent but it is necessary;
f) to object to the processing of your personal data or to withdraw the consent given earlier;
g) to request the suspension (except for storage) of the processing of your personal data if there is a dispute or a need to verify the lawfulness and accuracy of the data, and in cases where we no longer need your personal data but you do not want us to erase it;
h) to request, if technically feasible, the personal data collected based on your consent or for the performance of a contract in an easy-to-read format, or to request its transmission to another data controller.
12.2. We will strive to ensure the implementation of your rights as a data subject and to create all necessary conditions for these rights to be effectively implemented. However, we reserve the right not to fulfil your requests when it’s needed to ensure:
a) compliance with the legal obligations imposed on us;
b) national security or defence;
c) public order, prevention, investigation, detection, or prosecution of criminal offences;
d) important economic or financial interests of the state;
e) prevention, investigation, and detection of violations of official or professional ethics;
f) the protection of your or other people’s rights and freedoms.
12.3. You can provide us with requirements related to the implementation of your rights in person, by mail, or by other electronic communication means. After receiving your request, we may ask for documents proving your identity, or any other information related to the request.
12.4. After receiving your requirements, we will respond to you no later than 30 calendar days from the date we received your request and the date of providing all necessary documents for the response.
12.5. If we deem it necessary, we will suspend the processing of your data, except for storage, until your request is resolved. If you withdraw your consent, we will immediately, but no later than 30 calendar days, terminate the processing of your personal data, except for cases provided in section 12.2 of this Policy and cases provided by law, i.e. when we are obliged by law to continue processing your data, or when we are required to do so by court decisions or mandatory instructions from authorities.
12.6. If we refuse to fulfil your request, we will clearly indicate the reason for it.
12.7. If you do not agree with our actions or response to your request, you can file a complaint with the competent government institution.
Where can you file a complaint?
13.1. If you want to file a complaint about our data processing, please provide it in writing, giving as much information as possible, using the contact details provided at the end of this Policy. We will work with you to resolve any issues promptly.
13.2. If you believe that your rights under GDPR have been violated, you can file a complaint with our supervisory authority – the State Data Protection Inspectorate, although we will first try to resolve any disputes with you.
14.1. All changes to our Policy will be posted on the Website. If necessary, we will inform you about them. The new Policy terms may also be posted on the Website, and you may need to read and agree to them to continue using the Website and/or our services.
How can you contact us?
15.1. Send all documents related to this Policy to the following contacts:
a) by mail – UAB Logos data, address: A. Goštauto str. 40 B, Vilnius
b) by email – email@example.com