Privacy policy

UAB Bizea, Inc. code 110882526, Marių gatvė 8, Pakeruriai, LT-40103, Kupiškios district, +370 459 35 224, [email protected] (hereinafter – the Company) aims to protect the privacy of individuals and respects their rights. This privacy policy clearly and comprehensibly describes the methods of information collection and use applied on the Company’s website, as well as other information about the Company’s provisions and methods for ensuring the protection of personal data collected. The Company points out that this privacy policy does not apply when individuals browse the websites of other companies or use third-party services by connecting through the Company’s network or other infrastructures.

When processing personal data, the Company follows the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and the Council, the Law on Legal Protection of Personal Data of the Republic of Lithuania, the Electronic Communications Law of the Republic of Lithuania and the requirements of other related legal acts.

  1. General information about personal data processing

The company informs that the following personal data (categories of personal data) may be collected and processed on the website:

  • Personal contact details: I. Name; II. email mail adress;
  • The data related to the collected data (when filling out the contact form, on the contact page): I. Subject of the request/report; II. Request/message;

The above-mentioned collected data can be used to respond to requests and stored together with all the above-mentioned content (including Name, Email address, Request/message team and the Request/message itself.

The specified personal data are collected and processed only in accordance with the legal grounds for data processing specified in the legislation. The above personal data is processed on the following legal basis:

  • We inform you that your personal data will be stored for 24 months. period. This term can be extended if personal data is used or can be used as evidence or a source of information in a pre-trial or other investigation, including in an investigation conducted by the State Data Inspectorate, in a civil, administrative or criminal case, or in other cases established by law. In this case, personal data may be stored as long as necessary for these data processing purposes and destroyed immediately when no longer needed.

Collected data can be transferred only in those cases where the transfer of data is necessary according to the specified cases:

  • to the court of the Republic of Lithuania, law enforcement institutions and/or state institutions to the extent that such provision is determined by the requirements of legal acts;

If this list of recipients of personal data includes recipients of personal data outside the European Economic Area (EEA), personal data will be transferred only to countries approved by the Commission’s decision on the appropriate level of data protection or only to countries subject to Article 46 of the General Data Protection Regulation. 2 d. or 3 d., Art. 49 1 d. security measures are in place, which you should have the opportunity to familiarize yourself with through the contacts indicated in this Privacy Policy.

  1. Information about cookies

A cookie is a set of data that a website integrates into the browser of a personal computer, mobile device or other device. The next time you visit the website, this file may be scanned (and/or used) so that the website can recognize your computer, mobile device or other device.

Cookies can only be used if the corresponding subscriber or actual user of the website has given consent. Consent is not necessary for the technical storage or use of data, the sole purpose of which is to transmit information through an electronic communication network, as well as, in necessary cases, to provide public information services ordered by the subscriber or the actual user of the website.

Consent to the use of cookies can be obtained in the following way: when you visit the Company’s website for the first time (or after the deletion/expiration of cookies), an information message about the privacy policy and cookies pops up on the screen – by pressing the consent button, you confirm that you agree to this privacy policy, cookies and data storage settings.

If the website visitor does not agree to cookies being saved on his computer or other device, the latter can withdraw his consent to the use of cookies at any time by changing the settings and deleting the saved cookies.

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  1. The rights of entities whose data is collected and disposed of:

Website visitors have the right to:

  • Familiarize yourself with data collection and their management and disposal;
  • Demand correction of collected personal data;
  • Demand the removal of collected personal data;
  • Restrict data processing and/or collection;
  • Disagree with the Company’s intended processing of data;

Withdraw your consent to process and collect data at any time, when the data is processed on the basis of consent. Withdrawal of consent does not affect the legality of consent-based personal data processing carried out prior to the withdrawal of consent. You can withdraw your consent by contacting the data protection officer at the above-mentioned contacts, as well as by contacting the Company by phone, e-mail or by sending it to the Company’s headquarters.

Requests for the fulfillment of rights must be submitted to the Company in writing (including electronic format), and it must also be possible to identify the person who submitted the request and the identity of the data subject. The identity of the data subject is determined by an identification (and/or) confirming document or by means of electronic communications that allow proper identification of the person. If the data subject sends the request by mail or via courier (or postman), a copy of the document confirming the personal identity of the data subject must be attached to the request in accordance with the procedure established by legal acts. When a person’s representative applies for information about a person, he must submit a document confirming representation (power of attorney) and a document confirming the identity of the data subject and the representative (or its copy), if there are no other rational ways to establish the identities of the representative and the data subject.

  1. Confirmation of personal data security

The company processes the collected personal data in accordance with all the laws required by the legislation of the Republic of Lithuania. When determining personal data processing measures, as well as during data processing, the Company ensures appropriate data protection measures to protect information about personal data from accidental or unlawful destruction, damage, alteration, loss, disclosure, and at the same time from any other unlawful processing or use. .

  1. Complaints procedure

Individuals have the right to complain about the actions of the Company to the State Data Protection Inspectorate ( and to the court in accordance with the procedure established by legal acts, as well as to complain to the court about the actions (or inaction) of the State Data Protection Inspectorate.

  1. Final Provisions

The company’s website may contain a link to the websites of other persons, companies or organizations. It is emphasized that the Company is not responsible for the content of other websites or the privacy and cookie operation and collection practices used by them. After clicking on a link on our website and after being directed to another website, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with the privacy policy and cookie and data storage practices and rules of the other website.

For all questions related to the processing of personal data or cookies, their operation on the Company’s website, you can contact: e-mail by mail: [email protected] , +370 459 35 224