Privacy Policy

Last updated January 18, 2022

This Privacy Policy governs the manner in which SIA “SEOBROTHERS”, Reg. No. 40203205517 (“We”, “Company”) collects, uses, maintains and discloses information collected from users («User», “Private person”, “You”) of the seobrotherslv.com website («Website»). This privacy policy applies to the Website and all products and services offered by the Company.

The purpose of this Privacy Policy is to provide Data Subject (Private persons) with the information regarding the Personal data Processing and Data Protection in accordance with the requirements of the law.

This Privacy Policy explains when where and why we collect personal information about Users, how we use it, the conditions under which we may disclose it to others, your rights in respect of your personal information as well as how we keep it secure.

Any questions regarding this Privacy Policy and our services should be sent to email: info@seobrotherslv.com, phone: (+371) 29364374, or to legal address: Riga, Duntes iela 23A, LV-1005, Latvia.

General provisions

We believe that since you visited Website you are familiar with the main focus of our services and business, and you have also acquainted with our Terms and Conditions. We will point at it once more for better understanding of the purposes your personal information is being collected and processed according to this Privacy Policy. The controller and the processor of the personal data of the users on this Website is the Company.

This Privacy Policy constitutes the integral part of Terms and Conditions. All terms used in this Privacy Policy shall be understood and interpreted as set out in the Terms and Conditions.

We may change the Privacy policy from time to time and indicate the date of the last amendments on the top in the “Last updated” field, so please check this page to ensure that you’re updated with any changes.

Regulation

This Privacy Policy governs the Personal Data Protection and Processing that is carried out with or without automated means, where processing is any kind of operation with Data, including data collection, registration, structuring, requesting, storing, deletion, etc. (see the definitions in cl.4 of the Regulation).

The Regulation means REGULATION (EU) 2016/679 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL on the protection of natural persons 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).

Principles of Personal data Processing and Protection shall be observed in all processes of Data Processing, including when servicing existing and potential customers, recruiting new employees and managing information about existing employees, entering into cooperation agreements, initiating new processes and introducing new services, improving data processing technologies, transferring documents for archiving, destroying documents after expiration of storage period.

Personal Data

Personal data is a term defined by the Regulation concerning all types of information that can help to identify Private person using this information or using this information together with other information in Company’s possession (or together with the data Company has access to).

The following Personal data may be processed by Company: Name, Surname, contact information, tax residence, citizenship; information necessary for the contract preparation and conclusion, the provision of services (fulfillment of contractual obligations), customer servicing, and personnel needs, information about users of the Website (cookies, IP address).

Company requests and processes Personal data only when there is a certain purpose and legal basis for the processing.

Personal data can be obtained by Company in various ways, for example, when: (i) conducting a potential customer identification; (ii) entering into contractual relations with Private person and performing contractual obligations; (iii) receiving a letter or e-mail message from a Private person; (iv) Website is being used by a Private Person; (v) using information about Private person from Internet resources, requesting information about Private person from various registers, and from other publicly available sources; (vi) reviewing applications in response to job advertisements, when recruiting new employees;

Excluding cases in which we receive your confirmation for the use of your Personal data for other purposes, or when Personal data processing will be necessary in order to protect the Company’s legitimate rights (based on paragraphs a) and f) of the first section of article 6 of the Regulation).

Legal basis for processing of Personal Data

We comply with the principles established by the Regulation namely, personal data:

The legal basis for processing of Personal data may be the following:

Personal Data Recipients

Company does not request from Private person and does not process more information than is necessary to achieve the certain purpose, thus observing the so-called principle of data minimization. The amount of Personal data required for a number of purposes is determined by the regulatory enactments of Latvian Republic. In other cases, Company itself estimates what information should be requested from Private person in order to be able to achieve the purpose (for example, to provide the certain service), while observing the principle of data minimization.

Company ensures that access to Personal data is restricted to those employees who need it for the performance of their duties.

To minimize the risk of a Personal data breach, Company monitors personal data processing activities, records every incident effecting data protection and takes measures to prevent any further data breaches. Company carries out training of its employees, improves Information Systems and documents circulation procedures.

We may from time to time involve third parties for the processing of Personal data for the purposes indicated above, provided that such processing will be governed by contractual arrangements in the form prescribed by law. Personal data may also be disclosed to the appropriate governmental, regulatory or executive body in case it is prescribed or permitted by law.

Duration of Personal Data Storage

Personal data is processed for no longer than is necessary to achieve the certain purpose.

The durations of Personal data storage are established taking into account the purpose of Personal data processing and its legal basis, and as long as at least one of these criteria exists:

You Have the Rights to:

Private person has the following rights regarding the processing of his or her information:

Company shall examine Private persons’ requests without undue delay and, in any case, inform Private person about the actions performed within a month. Company may extend the period of examination of the claims for another two months on a reasonable basis (for example, large number of requests or complexity of requests).

Profiling

Profiling is automatic Personal data processing of any kind. The Controller does not engage in this practice.