Contact information of the personal data controller: SIA “ARI Stone” VAT no. LV40203254245 address: Dzirnavu street 72-2, Riga, LV-1011, phone: + 371 26407664, e-mail: email@example.com
Personal data received on the ARI Stone website, such as name, surname (or username), e-mail, mobile phone number, links to social profiles, user-attached photo, is used solely for the purpose of: Ensuring collaboration, ensuring efficient ARI Stone management processes, business planning and analysis, reviewing and processing claims and / or applications, sending out news and contracting, invoicing and sending to the extent necessary and derived from the user collaboration model.
The website user’s email is not publicly visible.
ARI Stone uses the necessary technical means and takes organizational measures to protect the data of individuals and prevent their unlawful processing. User data will be stored in paper or electronic form, taking into account the duration of our cooperation and the applicable statutory limitation period within which complaints may be filed, claims filed and similar proceedings initiated.
The data collected on the ARI Stone Website may be made available to entities within the ARI Stone Group, including our verified and trusted partners, government agencies and other entities that perform their statutory functions, statutory auditors, legal and financial advisers, and so on. ARI Stone is committed to ensuring the security of users’ data.
ARI Stone uses e-mail and / or SMS as a communication tool, depending on the type of service provided. At this time, users of the ARI Stone Website may receive a message from ARI Stone regarding the following issues:
In order for a document to have legal force, in accordance with Section 4, Paragraph one of the Law on the Legal Validity of Documents, the name of the author of the document, the date of the document and the signature shall be included therein. In accordance with Section 3, Paragraph one of the Electronic Documents Law, the requirement for a written form of a document in relation to an electronic document is fulfilled if the electronic document has an electronic signature and the electronic document complies with other requirements specified in regulatory enactments.
If you have any questions or suggestions regarding how we process your personal data, please contact us by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A cookie is a text file (file) that is sent to a website visitor’s computer, mobile phone or other smart device while visiting the Website and that the Website stores on that computer, mobile phone or smart device when the visitor visits the Website. A cookie allows the Website to remember the visitor’s actions, preferences and settings (including language, sections visited, etc.) and can help improve the visitor’s convenience and the efficiency of the Website.
ARI Stone uses session cookies or strictly necessary cookies on the Website .
Session cookies or strictly necessary cookies are text files that allow the website visitor’s browser and computer, mobile phone or other smart device and its Internet Protocol (IP) to be identified. address. Namely, these cookies remember the choices or settings made by the Website visitor on the Website and allow you to make effective use of the features and sections offered by the Website.
ARI Stone uses session cookies to ensure that the Website remembers the behavior and settings of the Website visitor during its visit, to ensure the most efficient and convenient use of the Website, and to ensure the technical functionality of the Website.
Cookies are stored on the user’s computer, mobile phone or other smart device. The user has the right to control cookies and delete stored cookies on his computer, mobile phone or other smart device.
Due to the fact that the ARI Stone Website uses session cookies, they are valid for a short period of time, ie for the specific session.
Users of the website have the right to use their Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46 / EC (General Data Protection Regulation) Chapter III on the processing of personal data of the Website User.