THE PRIVICY POLICY OF THE STATE ENTERPRISE KLAIPĖDA STATE SEAPORT AUTHORITY’S WEBSITE VISITORS
2. The controller of the processed personal data is the State Enterprise Klaipėda State Seaport Authority (legal entity’s code: 240329870, registered head office address: 24 J. Janonio Str., LT-92251, Klaipėda, Lithuania, the data is accumulated and kept in the Register of Legal Entities of State Enterprise Center of Registers, E-Mail address: email@example.com, phone: +370 46 499 799).
3. Personal data protection officer is an employee of the company assigned by a prescript of the General Manager. This person is responsible for the implementation of requirements raised for personal data protection in the company and the provision of consultations on the questions of personal data protection and the solving of them. The E-Mail of contact person: firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. The KSSA shall process personal data by following the personal data protection requirements established in the statutes of law of the European Union and the Republic of Lithuania.
7.1. Personal data – any information associated with the natural person (personal data subject), whose identity is known or can be directly or indirectly determined by using such data as personal code or one or couple of physical, psychological, economic, cultural or social type of factors inherent to the person.
7.2. Personal data processing – any action, which is carried-out with personal data: gathering, writing, accumulation, safekeeping, classification, grouping, connecting, amending, submitting, publicizing, using, logical and/or arithmetical operations, search, spread or any other action, or a set of actions.
THE COLLECTION AND USE OF PERSONAL DATA
8. The Information Being Collected.
9. The Storage of Personal Data:
9.2. The personal data shall be protected against loss, unauthorized use or alteration. Physical and technological means shall be implemented in order to protect all of the information, which is collected for the purposes of service provision. The data will be stored for one year from the last day of using the Website or its contents. After the end of this term, the data will be deleted in such a way, that their restoration would be impossible;
10. The Basis of Lawful Personal Data Processing:
10.1. The requirements indicated in the statutes of law of the European Union and the Republic of Lithuania;
10.2. The implementation of the lawful interests of the KSSA (to manage and administer the Website, answer the queries, make public the activity of the KSSA etc.);
10.3. The acceptance given by the Website’s visitor.
11. The Purposes of Personal Data Processing:
11.1. To submit answers to queries;
11.2. To inform about the happened events, social initiatives and other activity of the KSSA;
11.3. The possibility to carryout statistical and other analysis, upon which the contents of the Website is being continuously enhanced.
12. The Data Transfer:
12.1. The KSSA without having a separate approval from the visitor shall not transfer his/hers data to any third persons, save for those cases when this is necessary for law enforcement, judicial or pre-trial institutions when they conduct investigations or in other cases, which are determined by the statutes of law.
THE RIGHTS OF THE VISITOR
13. The data protection statutes of law confer the usable rights to the visitor and the KSSA must ensure the possibility for the visitor to use those rights. The visitor has these rights:
13.2. The right to correct personal data. If the personal data submitted by the visitor has changed or the visitor thinks that the information regarding him/her being processed by the KSSA is inaccurate or incorrect, then the visitor has the right to demand to change, clarify or correct this information;
13.3. The right to delete data (the right to be forgotten). In the event of certain circumstances, which are indicated in the statutes of law (e.g., when personal data are processed illegally or when the basis of data processing has disappeared), the visitor has the right to request that the KSSA would delete his/hers personal data;
13.4. The right to cancel the acceptance. In the event when the KSSA processes the data of the visitor on the basis of the visitor’s acceptance, the visitor has the right to at any time cancel his/hers acceptance and the processing of data, which is based on the acceptance of the visitor, will be discontinued;
13.5. The right not to agree with the processing of data when the processing is based on lawful interests. The visitor has the right not to agree with the personal data processing, when they are being processed by following the lawful interests of the KSSA;
13.6. In order to implement their rights, the visitors are invited to send a query to the personal data protection officer via E-Mail: email@example.com. The KSSA informs that in the event of doubts regarding the person’s identity, the KSSA may demand additional information in order to correctly identify the person;
13.7. The personal data protection officer after receiving the visitor’s query and evaluating its contents and the scope of the question, no later than within 5 workdays shall contact the visitor and inform him/her about the terms of implementing his/hers rights, as well as legal and technical possibilities;
13.8. The right to submit a complaint. If the visitor thinks that the KSSA processes his/hers data by infringing the requirements of data protection statutes of law, the visitor should apply directly to the KSSA.
If the visitor will not be satisfied with the problem solving method proposed by the KSSA or in his/hers opinion the KSSA did not take up necessary actions as per the visitor’s request, then the visitor has the right to submit the complaint to the State Data Protection Inspectorate at the address: 6 A. Juozapavičiaus Str., 09310 Vilnius, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
14. The KSSA collects information about the visitor by using cookies and similar technologies. Cookies are small text-based files, which are temporarily stored in the hard-drive of the visitor’s equipment and allow identifying the visitor trough other Website’s visitations, saving the personal browsing history, settings, applying content, quickens the searches carried-out on the Website, creates a convenient and friendly Website’s environment and submits it more effectively and reliably. Cookies are usual practice for browsing the websites, which eases the use of the Website.
Many browsers allow rejecting all of the cookies, but some browsers allow rejecting only third party cookies. The user may use these possibilities. However, attention must be paid to the fact that the blocking of all cookies will negatively affect the use of the Website and without them the visitor will not be able to use the full functionality of the Website.
The further described cookies are used in the KSSA Website:
- Cookies, which better the operation (session). They are intended to better the operation of the Website and collects general (anonymous) information regarding the use of the Website;
- Analytical cookies (monitoring cookies from “Google Analytics”). These cookies allow identifying and calculating the Website’s visitors and monitor how the visitors navigate through the Website while using it. This helps to better the operation of the Website, for example, ensure that the visitors would be able to easily find that what they are looking for. The basis of processing the data collected by these cookies is the acceptance given by the visitors;
- Functional cookies. These cookies are used to identify the visitors when they come back to the Website. This allows presenting a customized content and remember the information, which is relevant for the visitors. The basis of processing the data collected by these cookies is the acceptance given by the visitors.
PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
15. The KSSA by implementing proper technical and organizational means protects the personal data of the visitors against loss, unauthorized use, unauthorized access, disclosure or amendment.
16. The KSSA after evaluating the risk and determining the breach of personal data security, which may cause danger to persons, shall promptly inform the persons about this.
17. The KSSA shall be held liable for the data security breach, which may cause serious danger to persons, in accordance to the procedure indicated in the statutes of law of the European Union and the Republic of Lithuania.