Privacy policy

By submitting personal inquiries or by contacting representatives of Saulė you provide your personal data and give us the right to process them in the scope, ways and purposes provided for in this Policy (hereinafter referred to as the Policy).

If you do not agree to the Terms, this Policy, or individual terms and conditions, we will not be able to provide you with all or any of the services provided by the Sun Sonata (hereinafter “Services”).

In this Policy, you will find all the information we collect and manage, the data we use, the time it takes, and so on. This information is important and we hope you read it carefully.

Please note that both the Policy and the Rules may be amended, updated or updated.

Personal Information is any information that may be used to identify a person, as well as any information about a person who is already identified.

We respect your privacy and your personal data security is our priority.


To the extent and subject to the applicable laws, one or more of the above legal bases may apply to the same processing of your personal data.

  1. What kind of data do we process and why?

1.1. Administration and communication


We collect all of your personal data through inquiry forms on the website, by contacting us directly by e-mail, and by transmitting data for the conclusion of a cooperation agreement. All these data are used exclusively for administration and communication purposes.


Data categories / person

Your name, address, email email address and phone number, personal code

Legal basis for data processing

Your consent to use the Services under the conditions provided for in the Rules

Deadline for data processing

All the time you use the Services. We may also retain your consent and proof of it for a longer period of time if necessary to protect us from claims, claims or claims made against us.

How long do we handle and protect your data?

We process and store your Inquiry and related data as long as we examine the Inquiry, provide you with a response and execute the decisions made, as well as up to 2 (two) months after the Inquiry, but at least:

– Inquiries email by email – 2 months

– Queries on the website – 2 months

– Personal messages – 2 months

If a legal dispute is initiated or is likely to arise because of the Inquiry, we may store your data for a longer period until the statutory time limit for filing a complaint or action expires and / or a final decision becomes effective.

At the end of the term for processing and storing your data set out in this Policy, we will destroy your data or reliably and irrevocably personalize it as soon as possible, within a reasonable and reasonable period of time.

  1. From what sources do we collect your personal data?

We collect all your personal data only from you. When filling out the inquiry form on the website or by providing contact details by email. by post, private message or phone call, initiation of feedback, conclusion of cooperation agreement.

  1. In what cases and to what third parties do we disclose your data?

We may transfer your data to third parties for processing in the event of a dispute settlement procedure. In no other way or cases will your data be transferred to third parties. If the specificity of the work requires a third party to join, please contact them personally and pass the data you agree.

If we use the Site Analysis Service (such as Google Analytics), which is used to determine how you use the information provided on the website, we may exchange your personalized data with third parties who rely on this information to evaluate how the Internet is used. website by producing reports for website operators about website activities and other services related to the use of the website. See the Cookie Policy for more details.

  1. In which territories and jurisdictions are we processing your personal data?

We process your personal data only in the territory of the Republic of Lithuania. We have no intention of transferring or transferring your personal data to third countries.

  1. What rights are available to you under data protection legislation and how can you exercise them?

Data protection legislation gives you many rights that you can freely use, and we need to ensure that you have that opportunity. We provide further information about your specific rights and how to enforce them in this Policy, please read it carefully.

5.1. Right of access to your personal data processed by us

You have the right to receive our confirmation that we are processing your personal data, as well as the right of access to our personal data processed by us and information about the purposes of the processing, the categories of data processed, the categories of recipients, the data processing period, the sources of the data, the automated solutions including profiling, and its implications and consequences for you.

Most of this information we provide to you in this Policy and we believe it is useful to you.

5.2. Right to rectify personal data

If you believe that the information we hold about you is inaccurate or inaccurate, you have the right to request that this information be modified, corrected or corrected.

5.3. Right to withdraw consent

In cases where we process your data on the basis of your consent, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time and your consent based data processing will be terminated. In some cases, this may mean that we will no longer be able to access our Services.

You may modify (revoke or resubmit) your consent by informing us personally at by mail. We undertake to respond no later than 2 days.

In any case, we may retain your consent and proof of it for a longer period of time if necessary to protect us from claims, claims or claims made against us.

5.4. Right to complain

If you think we are processing your data in violation of data protection law, we always ask you to contact us first. We believe that through good-will efforts we will be able to dispel all your doubts, meet requests and correct our mistakes if any.

If you are unsatisfied with our suggested remedy or do not think that we will take the action required by your request, you will have the right to file a complaint with the National Data Protection Inspectorate in the Republic of Lithuania.

5.5. Right to disagree with data processing where the processing is based on legitimate interests

You have the right to disagree with the processing of personal data when personal data are processed based on our legitimate interests. However, given the objectives of providing the Services and the balance between the legitimate interests of both parties (both as your data subject and as data controller), your objection may mean that we may not give you access to the processing of your data based on our legitimate interest. continue to use the services.

To make use of the right in this section, please submit a written request to our Data Protection Officer at

5.6. Right to delete data (right to be forgotten)

In certain circumstances specified in the data processing legislation (where personal data are processed illegally, the basis for processing data has disappeared, etc.), you have the right to request that we delete your personal data. To exercise this right, please submit a written request to our Data Protection Officer at

5.7. Right to restrict data processing

In certain circumstances specified in data processing legislation (where personal data are processed illegally, you dispute the accuracy of the data, you have objected to the processing of data on the grounds of our legitimate interest, etc.), you also have the right to restrict the processing of your data. However, we must note that due to the limitation of data processing and during such a restriction, we may not be able to provide you with the Services.

To exercise the right under this section, please submit a written request to our Data Protection Officer by email. by email:

5.8. Right to data portability

The data we process with your consent and processed by automated means, you have the right to transfer to another data controller. We will provide you with the data you want to transfer in our usual system and computer-readable format, and we will forward the data directly to the other data controller you specify, upon request and with technical capabilities.

To use the right to data portability, please submit a written request to our Data Protection Officer at

5.9. Procedure for examining applications

In order to protect the data of all our buyers from unauthorized disclosure, we will be required to identify your identity upon receipt of your request for data or other rights, in the case of a company with whom we have a working relationship, a particular employee with whom we have not previously cooperated. The safest and most reliable way to submit a complaint or request is to provide it with the seal of the company ‘s outsourcer, authorized representative, director and labeled company.

Upon receipt of your request for the implementation of any of your rights and having successfully completed the above verification procedure, we undertake to examine it no later than 7 days and respond and implement no more than 14 days after the decision.

If your request is submitted electronically, we will also provide you with an electronic response, except where this is not possible (eg because of the very large amount of information) or if you request otherwise.

We will refuse to respond to your request by a reasoned reply when the circumstances set out in the legislation are established, informing you in writing.

  1. In what ways and by what contacts can you contact us?

You can contact us with all data processing issues in the following ways:

by e-mail:

calling us by phone: +370 610 08989;


  1. How secure are your data?

We use a variety of security technologies and procedures to protect your personal information from unauthorized access, use or disclosure. However, security of information transmission via the Internet or mobile communication cannot be guaranteed; any transmission of information to us in the manner specified is at your own risk.

  1. Longer data storage

At the end of the term for the processing and storage of your data set out in this Policy, we will destroy your data and, in the cases specified in the Policy, reliably and irrevocably, as soon as possible, within a reasonable and reasonable period of time for such action.

Longer than specifically specified in this Policy, your personal data may only be stored when:

– We need to be able to defend ourselves against claims, claims or actions and to enforce our rights;

– there are reasonable grounds for suspecting an offense for which an investigation is being conducted;

– Your data is necessary for proper resolution of the dispute and complaint;

– on other legal grounds.

  1. Cookies

We use cookies (this is a small information file sent to your computer or other device (such as a mobile phone) when you visit our site and saved in your browser. The cookie is downloaded to your computer or other device to save the data and we could Identify you as a Service User by visiting our website. The information gathered by Cookie allows us to provide you with the opportunity to browse more comfortably, provide you with attractive offers, and learn more about the behavior of our users, analyze trends, and improve both the website and your service.

There are two main types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are deleted from your computer when you close your browser window. Permanent cookies are stored on your computer until you delete them or expire on their expiry and storage.

  • Cookies on our site uses the following cookies on the website:

_ga – Default validity – 2 years. This cookie is used to distinguish unique users by assigning a randomly generated number as a client identifier.

_gac_UA-50456253-1 – Valid for 90 days. Provides user-specific information about the Google Analytics Campaign.

_gid – Valid for 24 hours. This cookie is used to distinguish unique users to improve website performance.


* PHSESSID – A session ID stored in a cookie, linking visitor information to a server and browser. Valid until the browser is closed.

  • Google cookies

On the site, we use Google Analytics to analyze your cookies left for marketing purposes. Google Analytics generates statistics and other information about visitor activity on the site. This is done by using the cookies you leave, which are stored on your computer or other device, depending on what you used to browse our site. All information received is used to generate reports generated by Google Analytics and placed in our Google Analytics account. Google stores this information on its own. To learn more about Google’s Privacy Policy, you can do so at

The site also uses Google Adwords, which is a third-party cookie cooker. You can read more about Google AdWords cookies and how they are used in Google Adwords Privacy Policy by following this link:

  • Cookie removal and opt-out

You have the right to remove your browsing cookies from your browser. All you have to do is go to your browser’s privacy settings and remove them. Most browsers offer this feature, but if your browser does not grant such rights, please contact us for the contact details and we will remove any information you may have about you.

  1. Policy validity and changes

This Policy is valid from 2019 June 1 We will publish this policy update and changes on this page.

  1. Policy Application

The policy applies exclusively to the handling of the Sun Sonata brand, in all its forms; including web site work and data collection, personal inquiries for trademarks owned by the brand Mailing addresses or inquiry forms for private messages.