- Terms used
- Personal Data or Data – any information about an identified or identifiable User, directly or indirectly (the Data Subject).
- Data processing – any operation or sequence of operations carried out by automated or non-automated means on Personal Data or Personal Data Sets, such as the collection, recording, sorting, systematisation, storage, etc. of Data.
- Data Processor – the Partners of the Data Controller, as well as other natural or legal persons who process Personal Data on behalf of the Data Controller.
- The Controller is UAB Europex, legal entity code 304830943, registered address Mėguvos str. 43, Normantai, Kretingalė eldership, Klaipeda district municipality, Republic of Lithuania.
- Website – the website managed by the Data Controller, the address of which is https://europex.lt.
- Partners – Data Processors of the Data Controller – legal entities with which the Data Controller constantly cooperates in order to employ Users to partners in Norway.
- Regulation – the 25th May 2018 Regulation 2016/679 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, repealing Directive 95/46 / EC, which entered into force in the European Union.
- Processed Personal data
- In order to register on the Website, the User must, and in other cases may provide the following Personal Data to the Data Controller:
- E-mail address
- Telephone number
- Residence address (city)
- Date of birth
- List of current or former jobs (for evaluation of experience)
- Purposes of processing Personal data
- Personal Data provided by Users are processed for the purposes of providing the Services, ie the Data Controller collects the Personal Data of Users and uses them to provide the following services:
- Registration of job candidates and job offers. The Data Controller helps the Users to get the desired job in Norway by collecting the Consumer Personal Data on the Website. The Data Controller shall inform the Users about the respective job offers in the manner specified by the Users.
- Improving the website to offer more convenient services. The Data Controller collects Data about Users, statistics of their browsing behavior on the Website, in order to assess the functionality of the Website and to better improve the availability and convenience of the services offered.
- Communication purposes. The Data Controller can contact and answer any questions or requests the User may have, if the need arises.
- Disclosure of Personal data
- if the separate consent regarding Data transfer has been obtained from the User;
- when it is necessary for the Data Controller to fulfill the concluded agreement with the User and properly provide services to the Data Controller’s Partners;
- if the transfer of data is mandatory upon request to law enforcement authorities in accordance with the procedure established by the legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania;
- in other cases described in the Regulation and legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania.
- Usage of cookies
- The Data Controller uses tracking cookies in this website. Cookies are small text files, containing a unique identifier, that are transmitted from the Website to the hard drive of the User‘s machine, in order to identify the User‘s machine and monitor its activities on the website. Cookies are used by the Controller to collect the following Data: IP address, browser type, demographic data, other Data specifying the User‘s behaviour on the Website. The following kinds of cookies are used in the webpage:
- Session Cookies – Session cookies allow to identify the User during one visit to the Website, to monitor the User‘s behavior, clicks during the session and to remember the User when traveling from one page to another. Session cookies are temporary and are deleted as soon as the web browser is closed or the User logs out of the website.
- Analytical cookies – These cookies are used to generate statistical analysis of the website visitors’ navigation methods.
Description, purpose of use
These cookies are set by the Inspectlet service to set User browsing preferences.
Deleted when leaving the Website
This cookie is used by Google Analytics to measure the purpose of a user’s visit, to generate reports on the website’s activity for the Data Controller, and to improve the User’s experience when visiting the website.
A Google Analytics cookie on a website that is used for tracking purposes to identify Users.
A Google Analytics website cookie used to control the number of queries made to a website.
6.2. The Data Controller uses the Data received from the cookies used on the Website for the following purposes:
6.2.1. User identification;
6.2.2. Analysis of statistics of website visits, User behavior;
6.2.3. Improving the quality of services available on the Website.
- Data retention periods
- After the User registers on the Website and submits his/her Personal Data or submits it to the Data Controller’s Office, the Data Controller undertakes to keep it for no longer than 5 (five) years from the User’s last visit to his/her account, or, for a maximum of 5 (five) years from the last contact of the User with the Data Controller, unless a separate consent of the User has been obtained for storing the Data for a longer period. 5 (five) calendar days before the end of the 5 (five) year term, in both cases by the e-mail specified by the User. An inquiry is sent to the e-mail address, telephone or SMS message as to whether the User agrees to further processing of the Data.
- The Data Controller seeks not to store outdated and outdated Personal Data, therefore when the User updates them in his account, the old information is replaced with the current one. Historical information is stored if it is necessary in accordance with the procedure established by legal acts or for the performance of the activities of the Data Controller.
- User rights
- Users have the following rights on the website:
- To know what personal data and for what purpose is processed;
- To access Personal Data and to download it in an easy-to-read format;
- To demand the correction or supplementation of Personal Data if it is no longer accurate or relevant;
- To submit a complait to the State Data Protection Inspectorate regarding illegal processing of Personal Data or violations of Data Protection;
- To not consent to the processing of Personal Data when such Data is processed or intended to be processed for direct marketing purposes.
- Together with the request, the User must submit his/her identity document or identify himself/herself by permitted electronic means of communication, except in cases where the written request is submitted directly, when it is possible to identify the User at the time of submitting the request.
- Upon receiving such a request or instruction, the Data Controller shall, not later than within 30 (thirty) days from the date of the request, submit a response and perform the actions specified in the request or refuse to perform them, indicating the reasons for the refusal. If necessary, depending on the complexity and number of applications, this period may be extended by a further two months. In this case, within 30 (thirty) days from the date of receipt of the request, the Data Controller shall inform the User about such extension, together with the reasons for the delay.
- When the User requests the deletion of his / her Data, the Data Controller undertakes to delete the Personal Data without undue delay, if this can be justified by one of the following reasons:
- Personal Data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected or otherwise processed;
- The User revokes the Consent on which the processing of Personal Data is based and there is no other legal basis for the processing of Personal Data;
- he User does not agree with the processing of the Data based on a legitimate reason of interest of the Data Controller and the Data Controller does not establish overriding legitimate reasons for further processing of the Data;
- Personal data was processed illegally;
- Personal data must be deleted in accordance with the legal obligation established in the law of the European Union or the Republic of Lithuania.
- The Data Controller shall implement the erasure of the Data by encrypting the Users’ Personal Data in such a way that it is impossible to trace and determine to whom the person belongs.
- The Data Controller is obliged to unreasonably and immediately restrict the processing of the User’s Personal Data in one of the following cases:
- The User disputes the accuracy of the Personal Data for the period during which the Data Controller may verify the accuracy of the Personal Data;
- The processing of personal data is illegal and the User does not consent to the deletion of Personal Data and instead requests to restrict their use;
- The User objected to the processing of Personal Data on the legitimate grounds of interest of the Data Controller until it is verified whether the legitimate reasons of the Data Controller prevail over the reasons of the User.
- The User has the right to transfer the Data held about him / her to another data controller, and the Data Controller to whom the Personal Data has been provided must not create obstacles to this when:
- Data processing is based on the User’s Consent and agreement;
- Data is processed by automated means.
- When exercising his right to Data Portability, the User has the right to request that the Data Controller transfer his/her Personal Data directly to another Data Controller, when this is technically possible.
- The Data Controller reserves the right to refuse the User’s requests, except for requests to refuse direct marketing offers and to apply to an out-of-court dispute resolution body when necessary to ensure: (i) compliance with the legal obligations imposed on the Data Controller; (ii) public order or the prevention of criminal offenses; (iii) the protection of the rights and freedoms of consumers or others; or (iv) in the case of other provisions of Article 23 of the Regulation. 1 d. specified cases. In any case, if the Data Controller refuses to comply with the Users’ requests, the Data Controller shall clearly state the reasons for such refusal.
- All answers shall be provided to the User in a concise, transparent, comprehensible and easily accessible form, in clear and simple language. The Data Controller shall provide a copy of the processed Personal Data in electronic or paper format free of charge at the User’s choice, and upon repeated request of the User, the Data Controller may charge a reasonable fee based on the administrative costs of making such a copy, not exceeding 50 (fifty) EUR.
If the User notices illegal processing of his / her Data or a dispute with the Data Controller arises, he / she has the right to apply to the out-of-court dispute resolution institution in Lithuania – the State Data Protection Inspectorate, at any time in accordance with the procedure specified on its website.
Last updated on September 16, 2020