1. Principles of processing personal data
1.1. The principles of processing personal data apply to Users of the Peedist Pesumasin website.
Our company processes personal data only for the purpose of offering a service to you. We will not transfer, sell or disclose your information to third parties without your prior consent or as required by law.
Collection of Data
Data are collected when you fill in the form.
1.2. When filling the form, the Data to be submitted by the Customer are divided into mandatory and voluntarily transmitted data.
1.3. The following information must be provided by the Customer:
1.3.1. Name – necessary for contact
1.3.2. E-mail address – necessary for contact
Data retention period
1.4. Peedist Pesumasin will retain the Data for as long as is necessary to achieve the purpose of using the Data or until statutory claims expire and statutory records are retained (seven years under the Value Added Tax Act and the Accounting Act).
Customer rights regarding use of data
1.9. The Customer has the right to receive information about the use of their data from Peedist Pedumasina in the manner and to the extent provided by law.
1.10. The Customer has the right to request that Peedist Pesumasin cease the use of their data and correct, block and delete said data.
1.11. The Customer has the right to allow or disallow the use of their data for direct marketing or marketing purposes.
1.12. The Customer has the right to contact the Data Protection Inspectorate and a court at any time for the protection of their rights.
1.13. If you have any questions concerning your personal data, you can send us an e-mail at email@example.com.
2.1. To better serve our users Peedist Pesumasin uses browser cookies.
2.2. Domains owned by Peedist Pesumasin may, among other things, contain elements that store cookies on behalf of third parties.
2.3. The user has the right to disable cookies from being saved on their computer. If they wish to do so, the Customer must change their browser settings.
2.4. Different browsers use different methods for disabling cookies. More information can be found on this page or on the English page.
2.5. If the User disables cookies, they must keep in mind that not all of the functions of the website may be accessible to the User after the cookies have been disabled.
What are cookies?
2.6. A Cookie is a text file stored on the User’s computer issued by the websites that the user visits. The cookie is saved in the file catalogue of the User’s browser. If the User has visited a website before, the browser reads the cookie and forwards the respective information to the website or the element that saved the cookie in the first place. More information about cookies can be found on this page or on the English page.
2.7. Cookies make it possible to monitor the usage statistics of the website, the popularity of various sections and other operations performed on the website. The information received from cookies is used to make the website more user-friendly and improve its content.
Types of cookies used on the website
2.8. Persistent cookies are essential for navigating the website and using its functions. Without persistent cookies the User would not be able use all the functions of the website.
2.9. Session cookies allow a website to remember previous choices made by the user (such as username, preferred language, etc.) and allow the site to offer more efficient and personalised functions.
2.10. Tracking cookies collect data on the User’s behaviour on the website. The information provided by the tracking cookies makes it possible to improve the usability of the website.