Skepast & Puhkim OÜ uses personal data to respond to inquiries made by visitors and to make offers, communicate with visitors and send invoices. Skepast & Puhkim OÜ uses website traffic statistics to improve the user experience of the website and to improve marketing efficiency. The visitor shall have the right at any time to prohibit the processing of their personal data, except when necessary for the provision of the service.
The third party is a contractual partner of Skepast & Puhkim OÜ who processes personal data and through whose product or service Skepast & Puhkim OÜ provides its visitors with products and services. Skepast & Puhkim OÜ uses third parties for its daily operations that provide the following:
In addition to the third parties mentioned in the previous section, Skepast & Puhkim OÜ transfers the personal data of the visitor to its cooperation partners. This is only to the extent required to provide the service to the visitor.
The Skepast & Puhkim OÜ website may contain links to websites of other companies that have their own privacy policies and/or third party services installed on your device which may allow access to the information on your device. Skepast & Puhkim OÜ recommends that you read the privacy policies of these third parties carefully. Skepast & Puhkim OÜ is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of these third party service providers.
Skepast & Puhkim OÜ will retain personal data for as long as it is legally required and/or relevant for the purpose for which it is collected. For example, accounting records are kept for 7 (seven) years from the end of the financial year. Skepast & Puhkim OÜ takes all reasonable steps to protect the personal data it manages. Only authorised persons shall have access to the amendment and processing of personal data and that the personal data of all website visitors shall be treated as confidential.
The visitor is entitled at any time to:
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