We respect and protect the privacy of each website visitor and we hereby undertake to process and maintain any data provided by you fairly and lawfully.
YOUR PERSONAL DATA CONTROLLER
Your personal data controller is the law firm GLIMSTEDT Bernotas ir partneriai. The contact details of our office are available at: http://www.glimstedt.lt/kontaktai/lietuva/.
HOW DOES GLIMSTEDT COLLECT AND USE PERSONAL DATA?
GLIMSTEDT requires personal data which can be collected in the ways described below.
GLIMSTEDT collects personal data about:
(a) persons who register to receive GLIMSTEDT newsletters or give their consent to receive our communications by e-mail. Upon registration, the following data are collected: first name and surname; company (institution); e-mail address; telephone number; official duties; language (country); and relevant fields of activity. By registering, you give your consent to GLIMSTEDT for collection and processing of personal data provided by you so that GLIMSTEDT could send your subscribed news, publications and information about events;
(b) website visitors (see paragraph COOKIES);
(c) social network users who contact GLIMSTEDT in any way through the GLIMSTEDT accounts on social networks or participate in them by their active actions (see paragraph SOCIAL NETWORKS);
(d) persons who give their consent to receive our communications by e-mail. We collect the following data: first name and surname; e-mail address;
(e) candidates to fill in vacancies (see paragraph PARTICIPATION IN RECRUITMENT SELECTIONS).
FOR WHAT PURPOSES DO WE USE COLLECTED PERSONAL DATA?
We use collected data:
(a) for marketing purposes, on the basis of your consent: to send you e-mail letters containing news, publications and information about events, to provide content tailored to your needs on social networks, and to remember relevant information;
(b) to improve the functioning of our website so that you could easily find what you are looking for;
(c) for recruitment selection purposes, on the basis of your consent which you give either to us or to the company providing recruitment services by sending your curriculum vitae.
We hereby undertake not to hand over your personal data to any unrelated third parties, except in the following cases:
(a) if you have given your consent to the disclosure of personal data;
(b) to law enforcement institutions under the procedure laid down in the legislation of the Republic of Lithuania;
(c) to our service providers (IT system maintenance companies, companies providing accounting and event organisation services).
HOW DO WE PROTECT PERSONAL DATA?
Personal data are protected against loss, unauthorised use and alteration. We have implemented physical and technical measures so that we could protect all information collected by us for the purposes of providing our services. Please be reminded that even though we take proper actions to protect your information, not a single website, online operation, computer system or wireless connection is fully secure.
We will keep your data for 3 years from the last time you used our services or content. Upon expiration of this time limit, data will be deleted so that they cannot be recovered.
WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS?
You have the right, under the procedure laid down by the law:
(a) to receive information about your personal data processed by you, from where and how were your personal data collected, and on what basis we process them;
(b) to apply to GLIMSTEDT with a request to correct your personal data, to suspend the processing of such data, or to withdraw your consent to GLIMSTEDT for collection and processing of your personal data, to delete such data if they are incorrect, incomplete or inaccurate, or if they are no longer needed for the original purposes for which they were collected. In such event you should submit an application and, having received it, we will verify the provided information and take necessary actions. It is very important to us that your personal data held by us are accurate;
(c) to apply to GLIMSTEDT with a request to delete personal data or suspend the actions of processing such personal data, to disagree that your personal data are processed where these data are processed or are intended to be processed for the purposes specified above or for the purpose of the legitimate interest sought by GLIMSTEDT or the third party to which your personal data are provided;
(d) to request to transfer your data;
A cookie is a small text file of letters and numbers which, subject to your consent, we place on your browser or the hard disk of your computer. We use different cookies for different purposes. Cookies also help us distinguish you from other website users, thus ensuring that the use of our website is an even more pleasant experience and enabling us to improve our website.
Most web browsers allow rejecting all the cookies, whereas some browsers enable to reject only third-party cookies. So you can take advantage of these options. However, please have in mind that the blocking of all cookies will have a negative impact upon the usability of the website and without cookies you will not be able to use all the services provided on the website.
On our website, we use the following cookies, the detailed list of which is available HERE:
(a) Session cookies. They are intended to improve the functioning of the website and collect general (anonymous) information about the use of the website.
(b) Analytics cookies (tracking cookies from Google Analytics). These cookies enable GLIMSTEDT to recognise and calculate website visitors and track how visitors move through its website. This helps GLIMSTEDT improve the functioning of the website, for example, to ensure that users could easily find what they are looking for. The basis for processing data collected by these cookies is the consent of clients.
(c) Functionality cookies. These cookies are used to recognise clients when they return to the website. This enables GLIMSTEDT to provide content customised according to client needs on social networks and remember information that is important to the clients. The consent of clients serves as the basis for the processing of data collected by these cookies.
How to disable cookies. Most browsers are initially set up to automatically accept cookies. If you have information how and for what purposes they are used, you can decide whether you should leave cookies enabled or whether you should disable them in your browser. Most browsers allow you to control cookies through their settings preferences. If you do not want to accept cookies, you can select the setting to reject all cookies or to receive a warning each time a cookie is created. We would like to warn you that, if you disable cookies, you may be unable to use some of the functions available. If you do not want to accept cookies, you can set your browser to reject all cookies or to receive a warning each time a cookie is created.
PARTICIPATION IN RECRUITMENT SELECTIONS
We collect and process your curriculum vitae and/or motivation letter and/or any other information provided by you during your participation in a recruitment selection for the purpose of conducting a recruitment selection on the basis of your consent which you give either to us or the company providing recruitment services by sending your curriculum vitae.
If you do not provide your curriculum vitae and/or motivation letter, we will be unable to evaluate your suitability for the offered position.
In the event that you do not give your consent to process your personal data after the recruitment selection, we hereby undertake to delete and/or destroy your personal data within 5 working days after the signing of an employment contract with the selected candidate.
All information that you provide to us via social media (including notices, the use of the fields Like and Follow and other communications) is controlled by the social network provider.
The links to our accounts on social networks are provided on our website. Currently, we have the following accounts:
(a) on the Facebook network, the privacy notice of which is available at: https://www.facebook.com/privacy/explanation;
(b) on the LinkedIn network, the privacy notice of which is available at: https://www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy.
We recommend that you should read the privacy notices of the third parties and contact the service providers directly in case you have any questions regarding their use of your personal data.