- to provide services to visitors (e.g. visitors register for services in a beauty salon, they receive the newest information about campaigns and discounts, etc.)
- to maintain and administer the provision of services
- the administrator monitors the process of service provision and develops it
- to make offers and suggestions in the website as well as to advertise goods which are relevant to visitors
- to offer visitors a wider and diverse range of services
- to contact visitors in order to introduce possible changes and give updates about services provided in the website
- to use them for direct marketing purposes
The administrator collects anonymous data about visitors and shares it with third parties such as advertisers. The administrator provides information about numbers of visitors who have viewed certain advertisements by clicking on relative links in the website. He can also share comprehensive demographic statistics about visitors who have clicked on links of corresponding advertisers. During this process no other information or personal data about visitors is disclosed.
The administrator can send emails, post mail, or text message to visitors' mobile phones with information about goods and services which, subject to the administrator's opinion, could be of interest to them. The administrator can coordinate access to available visitor information with third parties so that most interesting offers and new services could be introduced to these visitors. Visitors have a right to decline the information.
Data about visitors' bank accounts and credit cards (some information is submitted to the administrator), telephone numbers and other information can be used to collect and store statistics about services used by visitors.
Individuals receiving information
Information security measures
The administrator uses software and other means which aim to protect the registration and login data of all visitors. Only personnel authorized by the administrator can access visitors' login data.
Information collected by the administrator
In order to use certain services visitors can be required to register in the website.
All information provided by visitors during registration, access or by other means is then collected, accumulated, stored, used, managed and maintained at the discretion of the administrator.
The information obtained by the administrator during visitor registration, login and while using the website can be relatively divided into anonymous information and personal data.
Anonymous information. The administrator can collect information which then cannot be applied to individual visitors. This information includes IP numbers, browser and operating system types, and other related data which is then used to guarantee best quality of service to visitors by conducting most efficient operation of the website. It also partly safeguards visitors from illegal login data use, and it allows to monitor and to analyze visitor flows in the website.
Personal data. It is information related to individual visitors, i.e. data subject the identity of whom is known or could be directly or indirectly established using provided data. The administrator can obtain this data during registration when visitors sign in to get certain services. At that stage, visitors provide the following data: name, last name, email address, telephone number and/or other information required.
Aims of collecting and maintaining personal data and anonymous information
All accumulated visitor information is used, managed and maintained at the discretion of the administrator and in accordance with legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania.
The administrator collects, accumulates, organises, uses, manages and maintains personal data in order to:
The administrator reminds that visitors themselves are responsible for the security of their login data. The administrator requests visitors to use and protect their login data carefully. Visitors must log out from the browser on completion of work to ensure that nobody will access the visitors' personal data and other information, esp. in cases when visitors use public computers (e.g. internet cafe, library).
The administrator is committed to protect visitors' personal data available to him. As the information is sent on the internet, the administrator warns that he cannot possibly guarantee the security of any information while in transfer, including personal data.
Visitors have a right to access free of charge the submitted and stored personal data, to change, block and delete it, and to claim to refrain from using their personal data for direct marketing purposes. To do this, visitors apply to the administrator by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.