PRIVACY POLICY

 

By submitting personal requests, by concluding co-operation agreements or by contacting representatives of AdMarcus, you submit your personal data and grant us the right to handle them in terms of scope, methods and purposes laid down in this policy (hereinafter – Policy).

If you do not agree to the terms, this Policy, or its separate terms, we unfortunately will not be able to provide you with any or all of the services provided by AdMarcus (hereinafter – Services) .

In this Policy you will find all the information that we collect and process about you, how we use it, how much time we store it, etc. This information is important, so we hope you’ll read it carefully.

We draw your attention to the fact that both the Policy and the Terms and Conditions may be amended, changed or updated.

Personal data  this includes any information that can be used to identify a person, as well as any information about a person who is already identified. The company information is included in the data to be collected.

We respect your privacy, and the security of your personal data is our priority.

AdMarcus collects and manages your personal data listed in these Terms and Conditions on the following legal grounds:

– Your consent to the Terms and Conditions and the conditions provided for in this Policy;

– Our legal interest;

– Execution of legal obligations arising and enforced by AdMarcus.

Under the Terms and Conditions stipulated by applicable law, one or more of the above legal bases may apply to the processing of your personal data.

  1. What data do we handle and why?

1.1. Administration and communication

Administration

We collect all personal data of yours through the inquiry forms on the website, by contacting by e-mail, and by transmitting data for concluding cooperation agreements. All of this data is used exclusively for the administration and communication purposes.

Data :

Data category / person

Your name, surname, address, e-mail address and telephone number, personal ID code

Legal basis for data management

Your consent to use the terms provided for in the Terms and Conditions

Data management deadline

Throughout all the period of you using the Services, your consent and proof to comply with the Terms and Conditions set out may also be kept for a longer period if necessary so that we can defend against any arisen claims or actions brought against us.

 

How long do we handle and store your data?

We process and retain your Query and the data relating to it as long as we process the Query, provide you with the answer and complete the accepted decisions, as well as up to 2 (two) months after the Query, but not less than:

– Queries sent via e-mail – 2 months

– Queries sent via website – 2 months

– Facebook personal messages – 2 months

If there is a legal dispute regarding a Query or there is a likelihood of such a dispute, we may keep your data for longer, until the statutory limitation period for lodging a complaint or action is due and / or the final decision is finalized.

Upon the expiration of your data processing and retention period set forth in this Policy, we will destroy your data or depersonalise reliably and irrevocably as soon as possible, within a reasonable timeframe for such action.

  1. From what sources do we collect your personal data?

We collect all your personal data only from you. You provide it by filling in the Query form on the website or by providing contact details via e-mail or private message via the Facebook platform for feedback request, or from data for concluding a cooperation agreement.

  1. In which cases and to which third parties do we disclose your data?

We may transfer your data to third parties, in so far as this relates to the procedures for settling disputes. In no other way or by any means, your data shall be transmitted to unauthorized persons. If the specifics of the work require a third-party assistance, please contact them personally and transfer the data you agree to.

If we use a site analysis service (such as Google Analytics) that applies to determine how you use the information provided on the website www.admarcus.com in the mobile application, we may exchange your personalized data with third parties who rely on this information to evaluate how they are using a web site or mobile application, reporting web site or mobile application activities to site operators, and providing other services related to the use of the website, the internet and the mobile application. See Cookie Policy for more information.

  1. In which territories and jurisdictions do we handle your personal data?

We process your personal data only in the territory of the Republic of Lithuania. We do not currently intend to transfer your personal data to third countries.

  1. What rights does the data protection legislation provide you with and how can you use them?

The Data protection legislation gives you many rights that you can freely use, and we need to provide you with that opportunity. Information about your specific rights and how they are implemented are presented in this Policy below, please read it carefully.

5.1. The right to access your personal data handled by us

You are entitled to receive our confirmation that we process your personal data and also have the right to access your personal data and information about you for data processing purposes, processed data categories, categories of recipients of data, processing times, sources of data, automated solutions acceptance, including profiling, and its implications and consequences for you.

We provide the majority of this information to you in this Policy and we believe that it is useful to you.

5.2. Right to rectify personal data

If you believe that the information we handle about you is inaccurate or incorrect, you have the right to request this information to be modified, clarified or corrected.

5.3. Right to withdraw consent

In cases where your data is processed by on the basis of your consent, you are entitled to withdraw your consent at any time and the processing of your data based on your consent will be terminated. In certain cases, this may mean that you will no longer be able to continue to use our Services.

You can adjust (cancel or resubmit) your permissions by notifying us personally via e-mail at design@admarcus.com. We undertake to respond no later than within 2 business days.

In any event, we may keep your consent and proof of it for a longer period, if necessary, so that we can defend against any claims or actions brought against us.

5.4. Right to file a complaint

If you believe that we process your data in violation of the requirements of Data protection law, we will always ask you to contact us directly first. We believe that by benevolent efforts, we will be able to dispel all your doubts, satisfy requests and correct our mistakes, if any.

If you are not satisfied with our proposed solution to the problem or, in your opinion, we do not take action as required by your request, you will have the right to submit a complaint to a supervisory authority which is the State Data Protection Inspectorate of the Republic of Lithuania.

5.5 The right to disagree with the processing of data where the processing is based on legitimate interests

You have the right to disagree with the processing of personal data when personal data is processed on the basis of our legitimate interests. However, in view of the objectives of the Service Provision and the balance between the legitimate interests of both Parties (both your data subject and ours as a controller), your objection may mean that, upon termination of our processing of your data based on our legitimate interest, we will not be able to provide you with opportunities to continue to use the Services.

To use the right mentioned in this section, please submit a written request to our Data Protection Officer via email at design@admarcus.com.

5.6. Right to delete data (right to be forgotten)

In certain circumstances specified in the Data processing legislation (when the processing of personal data is illegal, the basis for the processing of data has disappeared, etc.), you have the right to request that we erase your personal data. To use this right, please submit a written request to our Data Protection Officer via email at design@admarcus.com.

5.7. The right to restrict the processing of data

In certain circumstances specified in the Data processing legislation (when the processing of personal data is illegal, you dispute the accuracy of the data, you have filed an objection to the processing of data on the basis of our legitimate interest, etc.), you also have the right to restrict the processing of your data. However, we must point out that due to limitation of data processing and during this period of limitation, we may not be able to guarantee the provision of your Services.

To use the right specified in this section, please submit a written request to our Data Protection Officer via e-mail at design@admarcus.com.

5.8. The right to data portability

For the data that we handle with your consent and which is processed by automated means, you are entitled to transfer it to another data controller. We will provide you with the data you wish to transfer us in the usual format used in our systems and in computer readable form, and if you wish and if technical possibilities allow, we will forward the data directly to the other controller you specified.

To take advantage of the right to data portability, please submit a written request to our Data Protection Officer via email at design@admarcus.com.

5.9. Procedure for processing applications

In order to protect the data of all our customers from unauthorized disclosure, we will be required to identify your identity upon receipt of your request for data or other rights, in the event that we ask the company with whom we have a working relationship with a specific employee with whom we have not previously cooperated. The safest and most reliable way to file a complaint or a request is to provide it from the Head, an authorized representative or a director of the company, stamped with the label of the company.

Upon receipt of your request for the implementation of any actions regarding your rights and after successful completion of the above verification procedure, we undertake to examine it not later than within 7 business days, respond to and implement it within no more than 14 business days from the date of the decision.

If your application is submitted electronically, we will also provide you with an answer by electronic means, unless this is impossible (for example, because of the high volume of information) or if you ask us to respond in another way.

We will refuse to respond to your request before after a reasoned response on  circumstances specified in the legal acts is presented, and will reply by informing you in writing.

  1. BY what means and contact details can you contact us?

You can contact us regarding all aspects of data processing in the following ways:

E-mail: design@admarcus.com;

Call us at: +370 633 67550;

Mailing address: Santariškių str. 55A-2, Vilnius LT-08441

  1. How safe is your data?

We use various security technologies and procedures to protect your personal information from unauthorized access, use or disclosure. However, the security of information transmission over the Internet or mobile communications can not be guaranteed; any communication with us via mentioned channels is at your own risk.

  1. Longer data storage

Upon termination of your Data processing and storage deadline set forth in this Policy, we will destroy your data and, in the cases specified in the Policy, reliably and irrevocably, disassociate as promptly as reasonably practicable during the period required for such action.

Longer than specifically specified in this Policy, your personal data may only be stored if:

– It is imperative that we can defend against claims or actions and exercise our rights;

– There is a reasonable suspicion of an unlawful act which is the subject to an investigation;

– Your data is necessary for the proper resolution of the dispute or complaint;

– Under other legal basis.

  1. Cookies

We use Cookies (this is a small information file sent to your computer or other device (such as a mobile phone) when you visit on our site and is stored in your browser. The Cookie is downloaded to your computer or other device in order to save data, and we could use the information collected by the Cookies to provide you with more convenient browsing, attractive offers and more information about the behavior of our site users, to analyze trends and to improve both the website and service for you.

  1. Policy validity and changes

This Policy applies from 24th May, 2018. If we change this Policy, we will announce its updated version on this page.

PRIVACY POLICY

 

By submitting personal requests, by concluding co-operation agreements or by contacting representatives of AdMarcus, you submit your personal data and grant us the right to handle them in terms of scope, methods and purposes laid down in this policy (hereinafter – Policy).

If you do not agree to the terms, this Policy, or its separate terms, we unfortunately will not be able to provide you with any or all of the services provided by AdMarcus (hereinafter – Services) .

In this Policy you will find all the information that we collect and process about you, how we use it, how much time we store it, etc. This information is important, so we hope you’ll read it carefully.

We draw your attention to the fact that both the Policy and the Terms and Conditions may be amended, changed or updated.

Personal data  this includes any information that can be used to identify a person, as well as any information about a person who is already identified. The company information is included in the data to be collected.

We respect your privacy, and the security of your personal data is our priority.

AdMarcus collects and manages your personal data listed in these Terms and Conditions on the following legal grounds:

– Your consent to the Terms and Conditions and the conditions provided for in this Policy;

– Our legal interest;

– Execution of legal obligations arising and enforced by AdMarcus.

Under the Terms and Conditions stipulated by applicable law, one or more of the above legal bases may apply to the processing of your personal data.

  1. What data do we handle and why?

1.1. Administration and communication

Administration

We collect all personal data of yours through the inquiry forms on the website, by contacting by e-mail, and by transmitting data for concluding cooperation agreements. All of this data is used exclusively for the administration and communication purposes.

Data :

Data category / person

Your name, surname, address, e-mail address and telephone number, personal ID code

Legal basis for data management

Your consent to use the terms provided for in the Terms and Conditions

Data management deadline

Throughout all the period of you using the Services, your consent and proof to comply with the Terms and Conditions set out may also be kept for a longer period if necessary so that we can defend against any arisen claims or actions brought against us.

 

How long do we handle and store your data?

We process and retain your Query and the data relating to it as long as we process the Query, provide you with the answer and complete the accepted decisions, as well as up to 2 (two) months after the Query, but not less than:

– Queries sent via e-mail – 2 months

– Queries sent via website – 2 months

– Facebook personal messages – 2 months

If there is a legal dispute regarding a Query or there is a likelihood of such a dispute, we may keep your data for longer, until the statutory limitation period for lodging a complaint or action is due and / or the final decision is finalized.

Upon the expiration of your data processing and retention period set forth in this Policy, we will destroy your data or depersonalise reliably and irrevocably as soon as possible, within a reasonable timeframe for such action.

  1. From what sources do we collect your personal data?

We collect all your personal data only from you. You provide it by filling in the Query form on the website or by providing contact details via e-mail or private message via the Facebook platform for feedback request, or from data for concluding a cooperation agreement.

  1. In which cases and to which third parties do we disclose your data?

We may transfer your data to third parties, in so far as this relates to the procedures for settling disputes. In no other way or by any means, your data shall be transmitted to unauthorized persons. If the specifics of the work require a third-party assistance, please contact them personally and transfer the data you agree to.

If we use a site analysis service (such as Google Analytics) that applies to determine how you use the information provided on the website www.admarcus.com in the mobile application, we may exchange your personalized data with third parties who rely on this information to evaluate how they are using a web site or mobile application, reporting web site or mobile application activities to site operators, and providing other services related to the use of the website, the internet and the mobile application. See Cookie Policy for more information.

  1. In which territories and jurisdictions do we handle your personal data?

We process your personal data only in the territory of the Republic of Lithuania. We do not currently intend to transfer your personal data to third countries.

  1. What rights does the data protection legislation provide you with and how can you use them?

The Data protection legislation gives you many rights that you can freely use, and we need to provide you with that opportunity. Information about your specific rights and how they are implemented are presented in this Policy below, please read it carefully.

5.1. The right to access your personal data handled by us

You are entitled to receive our confirmation that we process your personal data and also have the right to access your personal data and information about you for data processing purposes, processed data categories, categories of recipients of data, processing times, sources of data, automated solutions acceptance, including profiling, and its implications and consequences for you.

We provide the majority of this information to you in this Policy and we believe that it is useful to you.

5.2. Right to rectify personal data

If you believe that the information we handle about you is inaccurate or incorrect, you have the right to request this information to be modified, clarified or corrected.

5.3. Right to withdraw consent

In cases where your data is processed by on the basis of your consent, you are entitled to withdraw your consent at any time and the processing of your data based on your consent will be terminated. In certain cases, this may mean that you will no longer be able to continue to use our Services.

You can adjust (cancel or resubmit) your permissions by notifying us personally via e-mail at design@admarcus.com. We undertake to respond no later than within 2 business days.

In any event, we may keep your consent and proof of it for a longer period, if necessary, so that we can defend against any claims or actions brought against us.

5.4. Right to file a complaint

If you believe that we process your data in violation of the requirements of Data protection law, we will always ask you to contact us directly first. We believe that by benevolent efforts, we will be able to dispel all your doubts, satisfy requests and correct our mistakes, if any.

If you are not satisfied with our proposed solution to the problem or, in your opinion, we do not take action as required by your request, you will have the right to submit a complaint to a supervisory authority which is the State Data Protection Inspectorate of the Republic of Lithuania.

5.5 The right to disagree with the processing of data where the processing is based on legitimate interests

You have the right to disagree with the processing of personal data when personal data is processed on the basis of our legitimate interests. However, in view of the objectives of the Service Provision and the balance between the legitimate interests of both Parties (both your data subject and ours as a controller), your objection may mean that, upon termination of our processing of your data based on our legitimate interest, we will not be able to provide you with opportunities to continue to use the Services.

To use the right mentioned in this section, please submit a written request to our Data Protection Officer via email at design@admarcus.com.

5.6. Right to delete data (right to be forgotten)

In certain circumstances specified in the Data processing legislation (when the processing of personal data is illegal, the basis for the processing of data has disappeared, etc.), you have the right to request that we erase your personal data. To use this right, please submit a written request to our Data Protection Officer via email at design@admarcus.com.

5.7. The right to restrict the processing of data

In certain circumstances specified in the Data processing legislation (when the processing of personal data is illegal, you dispute the accuracy of the data, you have filed an objection to the processing of data on the basis of our legitimate interest, etc.), you also have the right to restrict the processing of your data. However, we must point out that due to limitation of data processing and during this period of limitation, we may not be able to guarantee the provision of your Services.

To use the right specified in this section, please submit a written request to our Data Protection Officer via e-mail at design@admarcus.com.

5.8. The right to data portability

For the data that we handle with your consent and which is processed by automated means, you are entitled to transfer it to another data controller. We will provide you with the data you wish to transfer us in the usual format used in our systems and in computer readable form, and if you wish and if technical possibilities allow, we will forward the data directly to the other controller you specified.

To take advantage of the right to data portability, please submit a written request to our Data Protection Officer via email at design@admarcus.com.

5.9. Procedure for processing applications

In order to protect the data of all our customers from unauthorized disclosure, we will be required to identify your identity upon receipt of your request for data or other rights, in the event that we ask the company with whom we have a working relationship with a specific employee with whom we have not previously cooperated. The safest and most reliable way to file a complaint or a request is to provide it from the Head, an authorized representative or a director of the company, stamped with the label of the company.

Upon receipt of your request for the implementation of any actions regarding your rights and after successful completion of the above verification procedure, we undertake to examine it not later than within 7 business days, respond to and implement it within no more than 14 business days from the date of the decision.

If your application is submitted electronically, we will also provide you with an answer by electronic means, unless this is impossible (for example, because of the high volume of information) or if you ask us to respond in another way.

We will refuse to respond to your request before after a reasoned response on  circumstances specified in the legal acts is presented, and will reply by informing you in writing.

  1. BY what means and contact details can you contact us?

You can contact us regarding all aspects of data processing in the following ways:

E-mail: design@admarcus.com;

Call us at: +370 633 67550;

Mailing address: Santariškių str. 55A-2, Vilnius LT-08441

  1. How safe is your data?

We use various security technologies and procedures to protect your personal information from unauthorized access, use or disclosure. However, the security of information transmission over the Internet or mobile communications can not be guaranteed; any communication with us via mentioned channels is at your own risk.

  1. Longer data storage

Upon termination of your Data processing and storage deadline set forth in this Policy, we will destroy your data and, in the cases specified in the Policy, reliably and irrevocably, disassociate as promptly as reasonably practicable during the period required for such action.

Longer than specifically specified in this Policy, your personal data may only be stored if:

– It is imperative that we can defend against claims or actions and exercise our rights;

– There is a reasonable suspicion of an unlawful act which is the subject to an investigation;

– Your data is necessary for the proper resolution of the dispute or complaint;

– Under other legal basis.

  1. Cookies

We use Cookies (this is a small information file sent to your computer or other device (such as a mobile phone) when you visit on our site and is stored in your browser. The Cookie is downloaded to your computer or other device in order to save data, and we could use the information collected by the Cookies to provide you with more convenient browsing, attractive offers and more information about the behavior of our site users, to analyze trends and to improve both the website and service for you.

  1. Policy validity and changes

This Policy applies from 24th May, 2018. If we change this Policy, we will announce its updated version on this page.