PRIVACY POLICY

UAB Metropolio Vertimai, enterprise number 254675811, registered address at Ulonų g. 5, Vilnius (hereinafter referred to as the Company), shall be the data controller.
This privacy policy (hereinafter referred to as the Privacy Policy) shall be applicable to the subjects and entities (hereinafter referred to as Data Subjects) who use the Company’s services, visit the Company’s website (www.metropolis.lt) or social media accounts, or contact the Company by phone, e-mail or by coming directly to the Company’s office.
The Privacy Policy shall determine and define the purposes and procedures of processing and collection of personal data and the scope of the personal data collected, and shall inform the Data Subjects of their rights.
By using the services or continuing to browse the website, the Data Subject (website user) confirms that they have acquainted themselves with this Privacy Policy, understand its provisions, and agree to follow them.

What personal data the Company shall collect and how long it shall keep them

 

The Company collects, stores and processes certain personal data in accordance with EU and Republic of Lithuania legislation governing the processing of personal data. When the Data Subject visits the Company’s website or social media accounts, or contacts the Company by e-mail, by phone, by filling out electronic forms, or by coming to the Company’s office, the Company may collect the following information:

  • name, surname;
  • position;
  • contact information;
  • bank details;
  • company name;
  • other information that the Data Subject provides to the Company by filling out electronic forms and by communicating with the Company directly – by phone, or by e-mail – or by using the website or social networking platforms.

 

The Company shall collect, store and process certain personal data in accordance with the legislation of the EU and the Republic of Lithuania governing the processing of personal data. When the Data Subject visits the Company’s website or social media accounts, or contacts the Company by e-mail, by phone, by filling out electronic forms, or by coming to the Company’s office, the Company may collect the following information:
• name, surname;
• position;
• contact information;
• bank details;
• company name;
• other information that the Data Subject provides to the Company by filling out electronic forms and by communicating with the Company directly – by phone, or by e-mail – or by using the website or social networking platforms.
The Company shall exercise due care to ensure that personal data are processed in a responsible, fair and legitimate manner, and that they are only processed for the purposes for which they were collected and by the employees specifically charged with this task.
The scope of the personal data processed shall depend on the services ordered or used, and on the type of information provided by the Data Subject when using the Company’s services. The Company shall retain the personal data for as long as the Data Subject uses the services and/or as long as the agreement concluded is valid. Furthermore, the Company shall retain the data for five years from the last date of active communication with the Data Subject. The personal data the processing of which is required in accordance with the relevant legislation shall be processed for at least as long as specified in the said legislation. However, upon the request of the Data Subject, the Company shall remove all versions of files containing personal data if there is no legal interest in keeping them.

Purposes for which the Company shall process personal data

Data shall only be processed based on lawful processing criteria. As a rule, the Company shall process personal data for the purpose of concluding agreements and ensuring their execution. Personal data may be processed on the basis of consent, for example, for direct marketing purposes. In addition, the Company shall process personal data in order to fulfil legal obligations and on the basis of legitimate interest (but only if the interests of the Data Subject are not overriding).
To learn more about the categories of personal data processed, you can contact the Company as specified below.

Data processing for direct marketing purposes

 

By submitting their data to the Company, the Data Subject may consent or not consent to the use of their for direct marketing purposes.
An individual may revoke their consent to use their data for direct marketing purposes at any time by sending a notification thereof to metropolis@metropolis.lt.

Provision of data processed to other entities

 

The Company shall not provide the data processed to third parties without the prior consent of the individual (Data Subject), except in cases required by law. The Company shall not distribute or sell the Data Subject’s personal information or share it with the third parties.

Security of the data processed

 

Personal data shall be processed in accordance with the requirements established by the Republic of Lithuania Law on Legal Protection of Personal Data, the General Data Protection Regulation and other legislation.
The Company shall implement and regularly update the relevant organisational and technical measures which help protect personal data against accidental or unlawful destruction, modification and/or disclosure, as well as any other unlawful processing.

Rights of the Data Subject for data processing

 

The Data Subject shall have the right:
• to receive information on whether the Company is processing their personal data and, if so, to obtain access to them;
• to ask to rectify their personal data if they are incorrect, inaccurate or incomplete;
• to not agree to the processing of their personal data. This right shall not apply if the personal data are processed for legitimate reasons which override the interests of the Data Subject;
• to withdraw consent (for example, to data processing for direct marketing purposes). The withdrawal of consent does not affect the legitimacy of the processing of data based on the consent given prior to its withdrawal;
• to require the deletion, transfer or restriction of the processing of personal data, except when personal data is stored and processed due to the violation of legislative requirements or the Privacy Policy;
• to file a complaint regarding the processing of personal data with the State Data Protection Inspectorate (www.ada.lt) or with the court, if the Data Subject believes that their personal data are being processed in violation of rights and legitimate interests under applicable legislation.

Cookie policy

 

We apply the following policy on cookies (hereinafter referred to as the Policy) when browsing the Company’s website.
Cookies are computer data (usually small text files) that the www.metropolis.lt website can place on your computer, phone or tablet browser. They store certain information (such as your preferred language or site settings that your browser can resubmit to us the next time you visit our website). By using cookies, you are recognised as a visitor, and it is easier for us to understand your needs when evaluating website traffic and the popularity of individual headings or articles and conducting statistical surveys. The traffic statistics obtained are useful for determining and improving website performance.
When using cookies, the Company shall not collect or store the personal data of www.metropolis.lt users. Please be advised that cookies do not give us any access to your computer and cannot read any information stored on your hard disk. If necessary, you can always turn off cookies on your computer by changing your browser settings.

For your convenience, the Company’s website may contain links to other sites. Please note that the Policy shall not apply when browsing the websites of other companies accessed through the Company’s website or social networking platforms. The Company shall assume no responsibility for the privacy policy provisions, content and activities of such websites and platforms, therefore if you want to become acquainted with the data processing carried out by these companies, please contact them directly.
If you have any questions regarding the use of cookies, you can always contact us using the contact details provided on our website.

Amendments of the Privacy Policy

 

The Company may amend this Privacy Policy at its own discretion, which shall take effect from the date of its publication on the website. We recommend that you visit the Company’s website regularly and become acquainted with the latest version.

Company contact details

The Data Subject shall have the right to contact the Company for submitting enquiries, cancelling previous consent, submitting requests regarding the implementation of rights or complaints regarding the processing of personal data, or in the event of questions by telephone, e-mail or registered post:

 

UAB Metropolio Vertimai

Ulonų g. 5, Vilnius LT-08240

E-mail metropolis@metropolis.lt

Tel. +370 5 261 80 69

 

This Privacy Policy was last updated on 28-Feb-2019.


This Privacy Policy was last updated on 28-Feb-2019.

UAB Metropolio Vertimai, enterprise number 254675811, registered address at Ulonų g. 5, Vilnius (hereinafter referred to as the Company), shall be the data controller.
This privacy policy (hereinafter referred to as the Privacy Policy) shall be applicable to the subjects and entities (hereinafter referred to as Data Subjects) who use the Company’s services, visit the Company’s website (www.metropolis.lt) or social media accounts, or contact the Company by phone, e-mail or by coming directly to the Company’s office.
The Privacy Policy shall determine and define the purposes and procedures of processing and collection of personal data and the scope of the personal data collected, and shall inform the Data Subjects of their rights.
By using the services or continuing to browse the website, the Data Subject (website user) confirms that they have acquainted themselves with this Privacy Policy, understand its provisions, and agree to follow them.

What personal data the Company shall collect and how long it shall keep them

 

The Company shall collect, store and process certain personal data in accordance with the legislation of the EU and the Republic of Lithuania governing the processing of personal data. When the Data Subject visits the Company’s website or social media accounts, or contacts the Company by e-mail, by phone, by filling out electronic forms, or by coming to the Company’s office, the Company may collect the following information:
• name, surname;
• position;
• contact information;
• bank details;
• company name;
• other information that the Data Subject provides to the Company by filling out electronic forms and by communicating with the Company directly – by phone, or by e-mail – or by using the website or social networking platforms.
The Company shall exercise due care to ensure that personal data are processed in a responsible, fair and legitimate manner, and that they are only processed for the purposes for which they were collected and by the employees specifically charged with this task.
The scope of the personal data processed shall depend on the services ordered or used, and on the type of information provided by the Data Subject when using the Company’s services. The Company shall retain the personal data for as long as the Data Subject uses the services and/or as long as the agreement concluded is valid. Furthermore, the Company shall retain the data for five years from the last date of active communication with the Data Subject. The personal data the processing of which is required in accordance with the relevant legislation shall be processed for at least as long as specified in the said legislation. However, upon the request of the Data Subject, the Company shall remove all versions of files containing personal data if there is no legal interest in keeping them.

Purposes for which the Company shall process personal data

 

Data shall only be processed based on lawful processing criteria. As a rule, the Company shall process personal data for the purpose of concluding agreements and ensuring their execution. Personal data may be processed on the basis of consent, for example, for direct marketing purposes. In addition, the Company shall process personal data in order to fulfil legal obligations and on the basis of legitimate interest (but only if the interests of the Data Subject are not overriding).

To learn more about the categories of personal data processed, you can contact the Company as specified below.

Data processing for direct marketing purposes

 

By submitting their data to the Company, the Data Subject may consent or not consent to the use of their for direct marketing purposes.
An individual may revoke their consent to use their data for direct marketing purposes at any time by sending a notification thereof to metropolis@metropolis.lt.

Provision of data processed to other entities

 

The Company shall not provide the data processed to third parties without the prior consent of the individual (Data Subject), except in cases required by law. The Company shall not distribute or sell the Data Subject’s personal information or share it with the third parties.

Security of the data processed

 

Personal data shall be processed in accordance with the requirements established by the Republic of Lithuania Law on Legal Protection of Personal Data, the General Data Protection Regulation and other legislation.
The Company shall implement and regularly update the relevant organisational and technical measures which help protect personal data against accidental or unlawful destruction, modification and/or disclosure, as well as any other unlawful processing.

Rights of the Data Subject for data processing

 

The Data Subject shall have the right:
• to receive information on whether the Company is processing their personal data and, if so, to obtain access to them;
• to ask to rectify their personal data if they are incorrect, inaccurate or incomplete;
• to not agree to the processing of their personal data. This right shall not apply if the personal data are processed for legitimate reasons which override the interests of the Data Subject;
• to withdraw consent (for example, to data processing for direct marketing purposes). The withdrawal of consent does not affect the legitimacy of the processing of data based on the consent given prior to its withdrawal;
• to require the deletion, transfer or restriction of the processing of personal data, except when personal data is stored and processed due to the violation of legislative requirements or the Privacy Policy;
• to file a complaint regarding the processing of personal data with the State Data Protection Inspectorate (www.ada.lt) or with the court, if the Data Subject believes that their personal data are being processed in violation of rights and legitimate interests under applicable legislation.

Cookies

 

We apply the following policy on cookies (hereinafter referred to as the Policy) when browsing the Company’s website.
Cookies are computer data (usually small text files) that the www.metropolis.lt website can place on your computer, phone or tablet browser. They store certain information (such as your preferred language or site settings that your browser can resubmit to us the next time you visit our website). By using cookies, you are recognised as a visitor, and it is easier for us to understand your needs when evaluating website traffic and the popularity of individual headings or articles and conducting statistical surveys. The traffic statistics obtained are useful for determining and improving website performance.
When using cookies, the Company shall not collect or store the personal data of www.metropolis.lt users. Please be advised that cookies do not give us any access to your computer and cannot read any information stored on your hard disk. If necessary, you can always turn off cookies on your computer by changing your browser settings.

For your convenience, the Company’s website may contain links to other sites. Please note that the Policy shall not apply when browsing the websites of other companies accessed through the Company’s website or social networking platforms. The Company shall assume no responsibility for the privacy policy provisions, content and activities of such websites and platforms, therefore if you want to become acquainted with the data processing carried out by these companies, please contact them directly.
If you have any questions regarding the use of cookies, you can always contact us using the contact details provided on our website.

Amendments of the Privacy Policy

 

The Company may amend this Privacy Policy at its own discretion, which shall take effect from the date of its publication on the website. We recommend that you visit the Company’s website regularly and become acquainted with the latest version.

Company contact details

The Data Subject shall have the right to contact the Company for submitting enquiries, cancelling previous consent, submitting requests regarding the implementation of rights or complaints regarding the processing of personal data, or in the event of questions by telephone, e-mail or registered post:

UAB Metropolio Vertimai
Ulonų g. 5, Vilnius LT-08240
E-mail metropolis@metropolis.lt
Tel. +370 5 261 80 69

This Privacy Policy was last updated on 28-Feb-2019.


This Privacy Policy was last updated on 28-Feb-2019.