Privacy policy

Privacy and cookie policy

The protection of personal privacy is of great importance, so it is important that you know when and what data is collected, stored, stored and used when you visit

  1. Basic concepts


1.1 The Data Controller and the operator of the website (hereinafter – the Company) is UAB NNPI, company code: 302596662, address: Meduvio 1-oji str. 44G, Senoji Tarpupio village, Senųjų Trakai sen., Trakai district. sav., LT-21148, Lithuania; el. email address:


1.2. Data subject – means an active natural or legal person whose personal data is processed by the Company.


1.3. The Rules for the Processing of Personal Data (hereinafter referred to as the Rules) regulate the basic principles of collection, processing and storage of personal data, on which the Data Controller bases the processing of the Buyer’s personal data.


1.4. Processing of Personal Data – means any action performed with Personal Data: collection, recording, storage, storage, classification, grouping, merging, modification (addition or correction), provision, publication, use, logical and / or arithmetic operations, search, dissemination , destruction or other action or set of actions.


1.5. Automatic mode – means actions performed in whole or in part by automatic means.


1.6. Employee – means a person who has entered into an employment or similar contract with the Company and is appointed to process Personal Data by the decision of the Head of the Company or whose personal data is processed.


1.7. Processor – means a legal or natural person who is authorized by the Company to process personal data. The handler (s) must be registered with the Inspectorate.


1.8. Recipient of Data – means a legal or natural person to whom Personal Data is provided. The recipient (s) of the data must be registered with the Inspectorate.


1.9. Inspectorate – the State Data Protection Inspectorate of the Republic of Lithuania.


1.10. A cookie is a small text file that is sent to the device of each person who visits the website, from which the website is accessed and temporarily stored on that device.


  1. General provisions


2.1. This document regulates the actions of the Company and its Employees in processing Personal Data using automatic personal data processing tools installed in the Company, as well as establishes the rights of Data Subjects, personal data protection risk factors, personal data protection implementation measures and other issues related to personal data processing.


2.2. Personal data must be accurate, relevant and not excessive in relation to the collection and further processing of such data. If necessary for the processing of Personal Data, Personal Data is constantly updated.


2.3. The purposes of the processing of personal data are direct marketing and other legitimate and pre-defined purposes.


2.4. Company Rules 2.3. processes the following Personal Data of Data Subjects for the purpose specified in paragraph:


(a) name;


(b) surname;


(c) Email address;


(d) telephone number;


(e) the information of interest you subscribe to;


2.5. The processing of Personal Data is governed by the Law of the Republic of Lithuania on the Legal Protection of Personal Data (No. X-1444 of 1 February 2008), other laws and legal acts regulating the processing and protection of data, as well as these Rules.


  1. Processing of personal data


3.1. The company processes personal data for the following purposes:


providing e-commerce services;

direct marketing, including the sending of newsletters;

for other purposes related to internal administration, such as processing the data of the Company’s employees.

3.2. The company collects and processes the following categories of personal data:


(a) the basic data required for the above purposes: name and contact details;


(b) data required for the sale of goods: order data, information contained in invoices, data relating to payments, etc .;


(c) other data that is collected with your consent and that is defined in detail at the time your consent is requested.


3.3. Personal data is processed manually and automatically using the personal data processing tools installed in the Company.


3.4. Only Employees and Managers have the right to process Personal Data. Every Employee / Processor who is appointed to process Personal Data must maintain the confidentiality of Personal Data and comply with the requirements of personal data protection legislation.


3.5. The Employee / Manager must:


(a) protect the confidentiality of Personal Data;


(b) process Personal Data in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Lithuania, other legal acts and these Rules;


(c) not disclose, transfer or facilitate access to the Personal Data by any means to any person who is not authorized to process the Personal Data;


(d) immediately notify the Company’s manager or his / her designee of any suspicious situation that may pose a threat to the security of Personal Data.


3.6. Employees who automatically process personal data or from which computers can access areas of the local network where Personal Data is stored must use passwords. Passwords must be changed periodically, as well as in certain circumstances (eg change of employee, threat of burglary, suspicion that the password has become known to third parties, etc.). An employee working on a particular computer can only know their password.


3.7. The computer maintenance officer must ensure that Personal Data Files are not “shared” from other computers and that antivirus programs are updated periodically.


3.8. The employee in charge of computer maintenance makes copies of the data files on the computers. If these files are lost or damaged, the responsible employee must restore them within a few working days.


3.9. The protection of personal data is organized, ensured and performed by the Head of the Company or an Employee appointed by him.


3.10. The Employee loses the right to process Personal Data when the employee’s employment or similar contract with the Company expires, or when the Company’s manager revokes the Employee’s appointment to process Personal Data.

3.11. The Manager loses the right to process Personal Data when the Manager’s agreement with the Company is terminated.

Cookie Policy

What are cookies?

Cookies – A small text document with a unique identification number that is transmitted from a website to a visitor’s computer so that the website administrator can distinguish the visitor’s computer and see its activity. on the site. Cookies are not viruses and their use is completely secure for your devices and the information they contain.

Who do we use cookies for?

Cookies enable a website to operate more efficiently and improve its services, as well as to provide information to website administrators for statistical or advertising purposes. Primarily to personalize your navigation experience by remembering you (for example, by recognizing when you sign in to your account, stop showing you irrelevant promotional offers, etc.). We also use cookies to personalize your browsing experience and the content you see, and to make suggestions that are relevant to you.