Ltd. “LATVIAN TIMBER”
Reg.Nr. 40103397253 
Address: Hipokrata street 2D, Riga, LV-1079, Latvia

Privacy Policy

1. Introduction 

SIA "LATVIAN TIMBER" (hereinafter referred to as the "Manager"), on the website www.latviantimber.eu (hereinafter - the Site) shall process such personal data obtained from the data subject - the User of the Website (hereinafter - the User). The controller shall take care of the User's privacy and protection of personal data and shall respect the User's right to the lawfulness of the processing of personal data in accordance with applicable law - Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 the free movement (Regulation) and other applicable legislation on privacy and data processing. With this in mind, the Controller has developed this Privacy Policy to provide the User with the information required by the Regulation. The Privacy Policy applies to the processing of data, irrespective of the form and / or medium in which the User provides personal data (on the Site, on paper, in person, or by telephone). The controller reserves the right to change these terms at any time. It is the responsibility of the visitor of the Site to independently check the content of the Site for any changes to the Terms. 


2. Identity and Contact 

Information of the Controller The Controller is SIA “LATVIAN TIMBER”, Reg.nr 40103397253. The address of the Controller is Hipokrata street 2D, Riga, LV-1079, Latvia, home page -www.latviantimber.eu, e-mail - info@latviantimber.eu, phone - (+371) 26 344 255. 


3. Purposes of Personal Data Processing and Legal Basis of Processing

If the User submits personal data to the Controller, we will store and use this information for the purpose of enter into a relevant service agreement, including customer identification; contract preparation and conclusion; service provision (fulfillment of contract obligations); customer service; handling and handling of customer loyalty; payment and billing administration; website maintenance and performance improvement; business planning and analytics; Similarly, we will process these data for the purpose of providing information to public authorities and investigators in the cases and to the extent required by external laws and regulations. The legal basis for data processing is the conclusion and performance of the contract, the enforcement of laws and regulations, in accordance with the Customer's data subject consent, our legitimate (legitimate) interests (eg verifying the Customer's identity before entering into the contract; efficiency of delivery, etc.

4. Personal data categorie

Personal data categories - name, surname, personal identification number, e-mail or postal address, IP address, telephone number, message or message content, etc.

5. Categories of recipients of personal data to those Controlling 

Officers who need them to perform their direct duties in order to perform or enter into a relevant service contract .When obtaining and using personal data, we partially use the services of external service providers who, in accordance with the contract, strictly follow our instructions and

6. Data Subject Categories Data 

Subject Categories - the present, past and potential customers of the Controller, as well as other persons expressing a desire to contact the Controller.

7. Transfer of Data Outside Latvia 

The received data is not planned outside Latvia, European Union or European Economic Area, nor will it be transferred to any international organization. However, given that the Site is affiliated with Google and Facebook, the Controller cannot guarantee that these companies will not transfer data outside the European Union or the European Economic Area.

8. Duration of Data Retention 

We process and store the User Personal Data for as long as there is a legal obligation for either party to retain the data. After these circumstances cease, and unless otherwise specified in our data protection guidelines, we delete personal data at the latest three months after the original reason for retaining the data has ceased to exist unless we are legally obliged to continue to store such data. (for example, but not limited to accounting or litigation purposes).

9. Data subject's access to personal data 

The data subject shall have the right to obtain access to the personal data of the data subject within one month of the request being made. The User may submit a request for the exercise of his / her rights in person, in writing to the legal address of the Controller (presenting his / her identity document), by post, or by e-mail with a secure electronic signature; Upon receipt of the User's request for the exercise of its rights, the Manager shall verify the User's identity, evaluate the request and execute it in accordance with regulatory enactments. The User shall have the right to receive statutory information regarding the processing of his or her data, the right to request access to his or her personal data, and to request the Controller to add, correct or delete it, to restrict processing or to object to the processing (conclusion or performance of contracts). The data subject shall not be entitled to receive information if its disclosure is prohibited by national law, national defense, public security, criminal law, or for the purpose of ensuring public finance interests in tax matters or the supervision and macroeconomic analysis of financial market participants.

10. Cookies Processing 

The Site collects data about the visitors to the Site, enabling the Site Host to evaluate the usefulness of the Site and how it can be improved. The Manager is constantly improving the Site with the aim of improving its use, so the Manager needs to know what information is important to the Site's visitors, how often they visit the Site, what devices and browser they use, what region they come from, and what content they read best. The Manager uses Google Analytics, which allows the Manager to analyze how visitors use the Site. Learn how the Google Analytics Fundamentals work at the Google homepage https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1012034?hl=enen&ref_topic=6157800. The Controller uses the collected data for its own legal interest in order to improve understanding of the needs of visitors to the Site and to improve the accessibility of the Controller's public information. A visitor may stop collecting data in Google Analytics at any time, as described at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/. The server hosting the Website may record requests sent by the visitor (device used, browser, IP address, date and time accessed). The data referred to in this paragraph is used for technical purposes: to ensure the proper functioning and security of the Site and to investigate possible security incidents. The basis for collecting the data referred to in this paragraph is the Controller's legal interest in ensuring the technical availability and integrity of the Site. Cookies are small files that are stored by the browser on the visitor's computer each time a visitor visits the Site, to the extent specified in the browser settings of the visitor's computer. Individual cookies are used to select and apply information and advertisements to the visitor based on the content the visitor has previously viewed, thus making the use of the Site simple, convenient and personalized for the visitor. More information about cookies, as well as deleting and managing cookies, can be found at www.aboutcookies.org. The Site uses cookies to collect user IP addresses and browsing information and to allow the Site to remember the visitor's choice. Cookies allow the Manager to keep track of the data flow of the Site and user interaction with the Site - the Manager uses this data to analyze visitor behavior and improve the Site. The legal basis for the use of cookies is the Controller's legitimate interest in ensuring the functionality, availability and integrity of the Site. The visitor may control and / or delete cookies of his choice. More information about this process is available here at www.aboutcookies.org. The visitor can delete all cookies on his or her computer and most browsers can be set to block cookies from being placed on the computer. The visitor may opt out of cookies in the browser menu or at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout. To make the necessary settings, the visitor needs to familiarize himself / herself with the rules of his / her browser. Blocking cookies will require the visitor to manually adjust the settings each time they visit the Site, and some services and features may not work. Only the Administrator responsible for analyzing such data may access statistics about visitors to the Site. Unless otherwise specified, cookies are stored for the duration of the activity for which they were collected and then deleted. In the event that the Manager's Site has a forum or comment option, the Site will retain the IP address as well as data provided by the visitor himself. Cookies containing this data may be stored for one year for your convenience (so that you do not have to write again next time).

11. Third Party Websites 

We may work with third parties who are authorized to place third party cookies on our sites or our services, apps and tools with your consent. These service providers allow us to provide you with a better, faster, and more secure website experience. Note that third-party cookies are subject to the third-party privacy policy, and we are not responsible for those privacy policies. The site has a Facebook pixel tool installed. The purpose of this tool is to customize content and ads for Facebook users. To learn more about Facebook's privacy policy, click here https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/. You can also change the ad settings on your Facebook profile.

12. Right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority 

The data subject has the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority (the Data State Inspectorate). Documents are accepted at the Data State Inspectorate by mail, electronic mail (documents signed with a secure electronic signature), and they can be left at 11/13 Blaumaņa Street, Riga, on the 1st floor mailbox. The Data State Inspectorate accepts e-mails received at the e-mail address info@dvi.gov.lv.

13. Validity of Privacy Policy 

We reserve the right to change and supplement the content of this Privacy Policy from time to time to clarify the description of how we process your data. With this in mind, we encourage you to review this Privacy Policy regularly to keep you informed of the processing of your personal data on the Site.