JSC “Dialogus” privacy conditions apply to all websites, based on the internet address “dialogus.lt”
1. General Conditions.
These privacy conditions (hereafter referred to as the “Conditions”) establish the main principles and order, regulating the management of personal data of visitors checking the websites of dialogus.lt (hereafter referred as “you”) The personal data that you provide on the websites dialogus.lt, will be managed meeting these Conditions, the requirements of the Law on Legal Protection of Personal Data of the Republic of Lithuania, and other legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania, regulating management and protection of such data.
2. Purposes of management of personal data.
We recognize and respect the constitutional right to privacy of each person who visits the websites dialogus.lt and uses services via these sites. We might collect and use your personal data (e.g. first and family name, phone number, e-mail address and other information you provided in the dialogus.lt requests or form of the orders) for various purposes, such as processing your order, or corresponding with you.
3. Management of non-personal data.
Your non-personal data – i.e., those related to services that you order in or via the websites dialogus.lt – might be managed on an anonymous basis for the purpose of statistics, when performing statistical research. In any case, such management of data will not allow disclosing your identity directly or indirectly. We reserve the right to transfer anonymous statistical information to third parties in separate cases.
4. Transfer of personal data to third parties.
When managing your personal data in the cases, provided in these Conditions, we reserve the right to transfer them to third parties exclusively for the purposes, defined in Part 2 and only to the extent to which it is necessary for the achievement of such purposes. Without your agreement given in advance, we will not disclose your personal data to third parties in any other circumstances except for those provided in these Conditions, unless we are required to do so by the laws of the Republic of Lithuania.
5. Safety of personal data.
When managing your personal data in the websites dialogus.lt, we employ secure organizational and technical means, safeguarding these data from accidental or illegal destruction, alteration, disclosure, and any other illegal activities.
In case you have requests or complaints related to dialogus.lt, please inform the dialogus.lt team.
BY PROVIDING YOUR PERSONAL DATA IN THE WEBSITES of dialogus.lt, YOU AGREE WITH THEIR MANAGEMENT IN THE dialogus.lt AS IS SET OUT IN THESE CONDITIONS.
Use and distribution of textual, graphical and sound information, stored in the dialogus.lt sites, or on the other Internet sites and mass media without the express permission by JSC “Dialogus”, is prohibited.
Copyright of the provided information is owned by respective physical and legal persons as indicated along textual, graphical and sound information. In such case when no reference to third party copyright is givenalong with the information, the rights to the information are owned by JSC “Dialogus”.
Despite the fact that JSC “Dialogus” strives to ensure that the information provided in these websites corresponds to reality and is not outdated or inaccurate, the company is not responsible for the up-to-date status and accuracy of the information published online, or the consequences which might result from the use of information provided in the websites dialogus.lt.
9. Change of conditions.
We have the right to change these Conditions fully or partially, informing you via the website http://www.dialogus.lt/ and/or by e-mail address that you have provided. When you use the websites dialogus.lt after the changes, it implies your agreement to them.
10. Final provisions.
Law of the Republic of Lithuania applies to these Conditions. All disputes shall be solved by mutual agreement. In case a mutual agreement is not reached, disputes shall be considered in a court of law of the Republic of Lithuania using the order prescribed by the law of the Republic of Lithuania.