WHAT ARE COOKIES AND WHY ARE THEY USED?
Cookies are small text data files that are automatically created while you are browsing our website and stored on the device you use (computer or mobile phone). A cookie provides anonymous information and is sent from the website server to your computer or mobile phone. Cookies are classified into session and persistent cookies. Session cookies exist from the moment you open your browser until you close it. When you close the browser, they are deleted automatically. The expiry period of persistent cookies is pre-defined and they remain in your browser until expiry or until you remove them.
According to the purpose cookies may be classified into essential, functional, statistical, marketing, etc. cookies. Our website may store essential, statistical and marketing cookies. Cookies will be stored only if you confirm your consent in the notification displayed on the website, except for the essential and technical cookies.
Third party cookies (e.g. Google Analytics) have been created by third parties and are used for the purpose of data analysis. Cookies improve website access and analyse customer needs in order to provide more appealing services meeting the needs of customers. We use this information for compiling functionality reports and improving the website.
Further details about Google Analytics and the data collected by these tools is available here: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245?hl=lt. If you do not want Google Analytics tools to track your browsing data, you may use a Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.
Facebook cookies and pixels allow evaluating, optimising and creating audiences for advertising campaigns that are used on Facebook. Primarily, they allow to see how many users change devices when trying to access websites and Facebook in order to ensure that Facebook ads are displayed to those website users to whom these ads are most relevant on the basis of the content seen and used by the user. Detailed information about Facebook Pixel is available here: https://en-gb.facebook.com/business/help/651294705016616. You can refuse Facebook cookies and Facebook Pixel Re-Marketing in your Facebook account settings.
If you wish so, you can change your browser settings so that it informed you about enabled or updated cookies and that you could choose allowed or prohibited cookies, and block them. In order to learn more about cookies, for example, how to manage or delete them, visit www.allaboutcookies.org.
DATA SUBJECTS’ RIGHTS AND EXERCISE THEREOF
You have the right to access your personal data and know how they are processed, demand to rectify, supplement or destroy provided personal data, as well as suspend their processing (withdraw your consent). You also have the right to demand that the controller of personal data restricts the processing of personal data, the right to data portability, the right to submit a complaint to the State Data Protection Inspectorate (contact information is presented on the website at www.ada.lt) and disagree with the processing of provided personal data. If you require detailed information about the procedure of exercise of these rights, please email your inquiry to email@example.com.
AMENDMENTS TO RULES
TYPES OF COOKIES
Essential and functional cookies are necessary to ensure proper functioning of the website and enable your browsing, as well as to save your preferences and settings that improve your browsing experience in our website. Without these cookies website functioning would not be as smooth as it should be. The types of essential and functional cookies used in the website:
|policy, policy-accepted||It recognises user’s cookie settings.||1 year||HTTP|
|legal||It is used to obtain confirmation from the website user about a certain age.||7 days||HTTP|
|wp-wpml_current_language||It maintains the user’s selected language.||1 day||HTTP|
Statistical cookies collect anonymous information on the number of website visitors and frequency of their visits. The data collected by statistical cookies help improve the functioning of the website. The types of statistical cookies used in the website:
|_ga||This cookie collects anonymised information on how visitors use the website. It registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.||2 years||HTTP|
|_gat||This cookie collects anonymised information on how visitors use our website. It is used by Google Analytics to throttle the request rate.||By the end of the session||HTTP|
|_gid||This cookie collects anonymised information on how visitors use our website. It registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.||By the end of the session||HTTP|
Marketing cookies track visits to the website, its webpages and links. The data collected by marketing cookies help provide a website visitor with the most relevant advertising. The types of marketing cookies used in the website: