EVENTS AND GUIDED TOURS. VENUE HIRE
When registering for or organizing events, guided tours and renting the Museum premises, the Museum may ask visitors (or tenants) to provide their names, e-mail addresses, addresses, and telephone numbers.
We will process your personal data for the purposes of Museum administration, statistics, security, feedback, assistance to Museum visitors and protection of Museum property. In the case of events and guided tours, your data is processed on the basis of consent, and in the case of renting the Museum premises – on the basis of the lease agreement (in order to conclude and execute the contract).
In the case of a rental agreement, your data will be stored for 10 years after the end of the agreement, and in the case of events and guided tours – for 1 year.
FILMING AND PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE MUSEUM AREA
Filming and photography are carried out for the purposes of the Museum’s representation, advertising and yearbook administration.
The controller of personal data (videos or photos) collected during events or exhibitions is the Museum, which may transfer the videos to third parties who help to organize the event and carry out advertising, prepare presentation material. Such individuals may include creators and distributors of promotional materials, database software providers, database and website administration service providers, cloud service providers and other.
Videos and / or photos made during the event and their excerpts may be published and broadcast live on the Museum’s Facebook, Instagram, Twitter accounts, website, as well as in other means of advertising or information dissemination.
During the events, photos and videos are taken in accordance with our legitimate interest in capturing the events taking place in the Museum and using this material for presentation, advertising and yearbook administration purposes.
Photos and videos will be stored for 5 years from the moment they are taken.
PERSONAL DETAILS OF CANDIDATES
We process the personal data (name, surname, e-mail address, CV, motivation letter and position) of candidates who have sent their CVs directly to us by e-mail or through job advertisement portals in order to select candidates for the position. We process this personal data of candidates on the basis of consent. We keep the personal data of the candidates until the selection for the specific position takes place. Data shall only be stored for a longer period of time with the consent of the candidate.
When selecting for a job position, we only process personal data of candidates that is relevant to their qualifications, professional abilities and subject characteristics. We do not collect or process sensitive personal data of candidates.
Data on the fact of the job interview that took place (name, surname of the candidate, time of the job interview) is kept for 10 years from the respective job interview.
GOOGLE ANALYTICS AND GOOGLE TAG MANAGER
You have the option to opt out of installing Google Analytics in your browser by selecting the “opt-out” component in Google. To disable Google Analytics, click this link.
WHAT INFORMATION IS COLLECTED IN COOKIES?
We would like to emphasize that no personally identifiable information is collected and any information collected is used for traffic analysis purposes only. We collect the following information from the cookies we use:
- total number of users visited;
- user time spent on the page;
- number of pages viewed / viewed per session by users;
- new / old visitor ratio;
- what browser the page was visited in, its version and language; the location from which the page was visited;
- the device on which the page was viewed (desktop, tablet, or mobile phone);
- how the page was accessed (by typing the web address directly into the browser, through search engines (Google, Bing, etc.), through social networks (Facebook, etc.), through other links.
HOW TO MANAGE COOKIES?
You can manage and / or delete cookies at your discretion. You can delete all saved cookies on your computer, and in most browsers you can choose not to save cookies. Keep in mind that disabling cookies may cause you to lose access to many features that are also necessary for the operation of websites. For more information about cookies, visit www.aboutcookies.org. There’s a more detailed and independent information on how to disable cookies in your browser settings and how to delete cookies that are already on your computer. To delete cookies from your mobile phone, see your phone’s user guide.
When the Museum conducts surveys, the visitor must provide their age, gender, and the city in which they live. This data is not associated with a specific visitor and the visitor is not personally identifiable.
DATA RETENTION TERMS
We will store and process your personal data for direct marketing purposes for 3 years from the opening of the last newsletter. Please note that you can unsubscribe from our newsletters at any time by contacting us by email [email protected] or just click the button “unsubscribe” at the bottom of the newsletter.
CONSEQUENCES OF UNPROVIDED DATA
Without providing personal data, you will not be able to register a guided tour and / or education, enter into a lease agreement for the Museum premises or conclude a purchase and sale agreement. Also, without submitting your data when applying for a job position, you will not be able to participate in the selection. By not accepting the cookies we use, you will not be able to browse our website smoothly and conveniently.
We apply the security and processing requirements set out in the Law of the Republic of Lithuania on Legal Protection of Personal Data and the General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union to data processing.
The Museum shall take appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure the protection of all personal data processed against accidental or unlawful destruction or accidental loss, alteration, unauthorized disclosure or access and against all other forms of unlawful processing.
You have the following rights regarding your personal data:
1) request that the Museum grant access to the data and correct or delete them, or restrict the processing of the data;
2) the right to object to the processing of data;
3) the right to receive personal data in a structured, commonly used and computer-readable format (right to data portability);
4) the right to withdraw consent;
5) the right to submit a complaint to the State Data Protection Inspectorate.