We are collecting data of our website’s visitors in accordance with the Law on Legal Protection of Personal Data of the Republic of Lithuania, Law on Electronic Communications of the Republic of Lithuania and instructions of the controlling authorities.
Similarly to majority of other websites, this website is also collecting data about visitors of www.balticsk-climaccelerator.eu. It helps to understand, how useful the website’s information is and how it should be improved in the future.
You have many rights that allow you controlling your privacy and we ensure that you would have an opportunity to use them. We respect your rights at creating conditions for you to use your rights and thus you will find information below how to do this.
Take time to read this policy and contact us if you have any questions or comments about this policy.
Your data manager
Your personal data manager is Sunrise Valley Science and Technology Park (hereinafter – SVSTP), code of public institution 126224832, 15 Saulėtekio ave., Vilnius, Lithuania.
What data we are collecting and how we are using them
Website’s attendance statistics
We are constantly improving our website and want to make its usage easier. Therefore, we need to know what information is the most relevant for our visitors, how often they log in, what browsers and devices they are using, what content they read the most frequently, and from which regions they are – so similar demographical and statistical data are collected.
We are collecting this information using the automatic tool “Google Analytics” that allows us recording and analysing, how the visitors are using the website.
More information, how “Google Analytics” is operating and what kind of information this tool allows collecting and analysing is available here: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1012034?hl=lten&ref_topic=6157800
You may turn off the function of collection of your data at any time as described here: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/.
The server, where the website is located, may also record the inquiries made to the server (address of the website you open, the device or browser you are using, your IP address and time of logging-in). These data are used for technical purposes – in order to ensure proper and safe operation of the website and to examine possible safety violations.
The ground for collection and usage of these data is lawful interest to ensure technical accessibility and safety of the website.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small textual element that the website saves in your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. Therefore, the website may remember your actions and settings for certain period (such as user ID, language, font size and other visual settings) so that you will not need to enter them repeatedly when the website is visited or its individual pages are browsed.
How are we using cookies?
The cookies are used to collect the data of your IP address and browsing, such as visited websites and time spent on each of them. Thus the website is able to remember your system and settings.
Other cookies allow monitoring the website’s flows and users’ actions in the website – these data are used for analysis of the visitors’ behaviour and for improvement of visit’s experience. These cookies are installed and used with the help of tool “Google Analytics”.
How to manage the cookies?
You may control and/or delete the cookies at any time – more information is available at http://www.youronlinechoices.com/. You may delete all the cookies already present in the device; moreover, it is possible to set prohibition to install cookies in most of the browsers. However, if you do this, you will probably have to enter manually all the desired settings every time you visit the website. Moreover, some services and functions may not be available.
Embedded content from other websites
Articles on this site may include embedded content (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). Embedded content from other websites behaves in the exact same way as if the visitor has visited the other website.
Who has access to your data
The SVSTP employee working in the marketing and IT areas and responsible for the data analysis and website’s improvement may access the statistical data about the SVSTP visitors.
Besides, our partners may have access to the technical entries if they are providing website’s content management tools or hosting services.
The tool “Google Analytics” is granted by the company “Google Inc.” (the USA company), so it may also access statistical data collected using this tool. “Google Inc.” has undertaken to apply the principles of the EU-US Privacy Shield that guarantee that the service provider meets the requirements of the EU privacy standards. The contractual obligations to ensure privacy are also applicable to such a provider. More information is available at https://www.google.com/analytics/terms/dpa/dataprocessingamendment_20160909.html.
How long we retain your data
We use the collected data for analysis for up to three years.
The cookies are usually valid briefly (one day, one week or one month), but in some cases they may be valid for up to one year.
What rights you have over your data
If you contact us by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, you may use your right:
- to access your processed personal data;
- to ask to correct your personal data;
- to ask to delete your personal data;
- if applicable, to revoke consent for processing of your personal data.
In some cases, you are entitled to ask to restrict processing of your personal data or not to agree with such processing.
You may use your rights in accordance with the current EU and domestic legislation.
If your personal data are deleted upon your request, SVSTP will preserve only copies of such information that are necessary to protect legal interests of the third parties, to comply with the obligations of the authorities, to solve disputes, to recognize interference or to oblige to comply with aby agreements made with SVSTP.
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Right to complain
If you believe that your rights to privacy have been violated, you may lodge a complaint to competent authority in the EU Member State of your residence. The contact data of such authorities are available at http://ec.europa.eu/newsroom/article29/item-detail.cfm?item_id=612080.