UAB [Du restoranai], legal entity No , domicile address [Verkių g. 29J, Vilnius] (the ‘Company’ or ‘We’) is committed to ensuring the security of your personal information and the protection of your rights as you use and browse the Company’s website [www.prancuzai.lt and www.belgai.lt] (the ‘Website’).
All personal data are processed according to the requirements of General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679, the Law on the Legal Protection of Personal Data of the Republic of Lithuania, and other regulations.
Personal data submitted on or collected by the Website, are controlled by the Company.
The Company may engage third persons to process Visitor personal data and for that purpose transfer personal information to other legal entities in line with the terms and conditions hereof.
1.2 Information Collected
The following Visitor data are collected and processed at the time of creating an account or connecting with a social network (Facebook, Google+) account and accepting orders:
The Company collects and processes technical data of Website Visitors using cookies.
During each visit to the Website, the Company collects and processes the following technical personal data:
These technical data are collected automatically with no additional input from the Visitor. To learn more about cookies and the processing of personal data collected on their basis, please read the Company’s [Cookies Policy].
The Company may also process other data of the Visitor that are submitted on their own initiative by e-mail or via any other information system as may be used by the Company and accessible on the Website. These may be data such as:
1.3 Using Personal Data
The main goal of processing personal data is to allow the Visitor to use the Website in an efficient, optimal manner and to personalise the Website to the Visitor’s needs. Personal data may be used to:
1.4 Storing Personal Data
Your personal information can only be stored for longer periods when:
1.5. Legal Grounds of Processing Personal Data
The Company processes Visitor personal data:
The Visitor’s consent as a legal ground is used in the cases of third-party access to information and in other cases when processing personal data may be grounded on consent. Visitors may withdraw their consent to personal data processing at any time. If the Company does not have any other legal grounds to process personal data, the Company will cease to process the personal data as soon as the Visitor withdraws their consent.
1.6 Data Transfers to Third PersonsThe Company will only transfer your personal data to any third person without your consent in the cases outlined below.
Personal data may be disclosed without your separate consent to law enforcement, judicial, or pre-trial institutions on account of their investigations, or in other cases set forth in the regulations.
Furthermore, certain technical data relevant to your visit to the Website (the IP address, cookies, technological information of your browser, other information pertaining to your behaviour on or browsing of the Website) may be, for statistical, analytical, and the related purposes, transferred or made available to entities operating both inside and outside of the EU (such as in the course of our using the Google Analytics service). Please be reminded that personal data outside of the EU may enjoy a lower level of protection compared to the EU, however we will carefully assess the conditions of the subsequent processing and storing of your personal data once they are transferred to the aforementioned entities.
The Company also uses third-party services (such as third-party servers, website design, administration services, data flow and browsing analysis and statistics), newsletter mailing services that may require access to the Visitor’s personal data to be provided appropriately. In that case, the Company makes sure that data processors honour their confidentiality and adequate personal data protection obligations.
Visitors have certain rights in relation to the protection of their personal data as outlined below:
To exercise your rights, please contact us by e-mail at [email@example.com]. Please be advised that in the event of doubt with regard to your identity, the Company may require additional information to be submitted for identification purposes.
In implementing adequate technical and organisational measures, the Company protects personal data against loss, unauthorised use, unauthorised access, disclosure, or modification.
The Company recommends that Visitors should use at least the following personal data protection measures:
*The restaurant's administration staff will promptly contact you during working hours.