1. General Provision
We confirm that the data of visitors to the Data Controller’s website will be collected in accordance with the requirements of the applicable legal acts of the European Union and the Republic of Lithuania and the instructions of the controlling authorities. All reasonable technical and administrative measures are in place to protect the data we collect about visitors to the Site from loss, unauthorized use or alteration.
2. Cookie Use Policy
2.1. About cookies
Cookies are small text files that websites store on users’ computers. The information contained in cookies may also be used to track your browsing through different websites that use the same cookie.
Cookies are categorized by duration and by what sets them.
We believe it is important to inform you about the cookies used by our website and for what purposes they are used. The purpose of this communication is threefold – we want to ensure your privacy, usability and the development of our website in the best possible way. This explanation provides more information about the cookies used on our website and the purposes for which they are used.
3. Cookies and their functions
Different types of cookies are used for different purposes.
Below is a list of the most common types of cookies and what they are used for.
3.1. Session cookies
A session cookie is temporarily stored in your computer’s memory while you are browsing a website, for example, to keep track of the language you have selected. Session cookies are not stored on your computer’s memory for a long time, and they always disappear when you turn off your web browser.
3.2. Long-term or tracking cookies
A long-term cookie saves a file to your computer for a long time; this type of cookie has an expiration date. Long-term cookies help websites remember your information and settings when you visit in the future. This results in faster and more convenient access because, for example, you don’t have to log in again.
Upon expiration, the cookie is automatically removed when you return to the website that created it.
3.3. Site cookies
They are set by the website itself (the same area as the browser address bar) and can only be scanned by that website. These cookies are typically used to store information such as your preferences so that you can use them again when you visit the site.
3.4. Third Party Cookies
They are set by the different names (domains) that appear in your browser’s address bar, i.e. y. owners of non-visited website.
These cookies, for example, are used to collect information for advertising and user content. Third-party cookies may also be used to collect statistics.
Because third-party cookies can create more comprehensive surveys of users’ browsing habits, they are considered more sensitive to visitors, so most web browsers allow you to adjust settings and not accept third-party cookies.
3.5. Flash cookies
Flash cookies (local shared objects) are data elements that websites that use Adobe Flash can store on your computer.
Flash cookies are a new way of tracking your traffic and storing more information about you than using regular cookies. One major disadvantage of flash cookies is that you cannot find them in your browser. They do not appear in the list of cookies that you see when you view the cookies currently stored in your web browser. Normal HTTP cookies cannot store more than 4 kilobytes of data, while Flash cookies can store up to 100 kilobytes.
Flash cookies have no time limit. They will remain until removed.
The settings manager is accessible from the Adobe website, but it works locally on your computer. The web save settings show all the Flash cookies that are currently stored on your computer. You can remove flash cookies from individual websites or all at once. You can also increase or decrease the kilobytes of all the information that is stored on your computer.
Flash cookies will not be saved if you disable the “Allow third-party Flash content to save data on your computer” by going to the general save settings.
If you want to disable Flash cookies on individual websites, you can do so in the settings manager.
4. Cookie Management
4.1. How to View Cookies
4.2. Disable / enable or disable cookies
You can restrict or block cookies through your browser settings.
If you want websites to be completely cookie-free on your computer, you can adjust your browser settings so that you are notified before any cookie is placed. You can also adjust your settings so that your browser rejects all cookies or only foreign cookies. Similarly, you can remove your cookies that have already been placed on your computer. Note that you will need to customize the settings for each browser and computer you use.
Please be advised that if you do not want cookies, we cannot guarantee that our website will function properly. Some features of the site may be lost and some web pages may no longer be visible. Also, if you reject cookies, you may not see any ads. This means that ads will no longer be tailored to your interests and will be repeated more often.
Each browser has a different method of customizing its settings. If necessary, use the help function of your browser to make the correct settings.
For details on disabling cookies on your mobile phone, see your phone manual.
5. Other / unexpected cookies
Depending on how the Internet and websites work, we may not always be aware of cookies placed by third parties on our website. This is especially true when our website contains so-called embedded items: texts, documents, images or short films that are stored on another party’s website but are displayed on or via our website.
Therefore, if you encounter cookies on our website that we did not specify above, please let us know. Alternatively, contact the related third party directly to ask what cookies they have posted, why they are doing so, how long the cookie is being used and how they are protecting your privacy.
6. Contact information