The controller and processor of personal data on this website is Open Mind Foundation Public Organization (hereinafter referred to as “the Foundation”, or “we”).
Personal data subjects are visitors to this website and/or individuals using the functionality of this website (hereinafter referred to as "Users", or "you").
This Policy explains how we use and protect any personal data we collect about our users who visit this website and/or use its functionality.
We comply with the principles established by the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/679). In particular, personal data:
List of information to be collected and processed by the Foundation in relation to users:
Name, date of birth, country, region and locality of residence, valid email address, religion, occupation, education, password.
All this information must be correct and valid. You are personally responsible for the accuracy, completeness and correctness of the information you provide, and thus confirm and guarantee to the Foundation that the information provided is true, complete, and correct.
Your personal data may be disclosed (transferred) to third parties who perform services on behalf of the Foundation in order to conduct sociological research. In addition, your personal data may be transferred to other competent authorities if necessary and required according to the law or as permitted by law.
Third-party institutions (or categories of such third parties) to whom personal information of data subjects may be transferred (disclosed) and purposes of such disclosure.
The purpose of personal data processing is to study mass emotions and their impact on social, political, and economic changes in the society, to assess the level of basic mass emotions in various elites and generations that constitute the society, as well as to study the emotional power that generates and nourishes various xenophobic groups.
Rights and obligations of the parties
The parties also have all rights and obligations provided for by the General Data Protection Regulation.
Retention periods for personal data received by the Foundation are not limited to this Policy.
The company must comply with LITHUANIA LEGAL PROTECTION LAW OF PERSONAL DATA No. I-1374 of 15 June 2018, General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/679) and the Electronic Communications Privacy Directive (Directive 2002/58/EC as amended by Directive 2009/136/EC) (“Data Protection Laws”).
Access to, correction, erasure and deletion of data
If you wish to review any personal information that we hold about you or if you want to make changes to your personal data or delete them, if you want to receive information about how your personal data are used, how we ensure the confidentiality of your personal data, you can submit a request. Such request must be submitted by you to the Foundation in writing, and must also contain your name, address and description of the information which you wish to review, correct, or delete. This request can be sent by you to [email protected]
We reserve the right to refuse to respond to requests that we consider to be expressly unreasonable or excessive.
Cookies, tags and other identifiers ("Cookies")
Cookies are text files placed on your computer or mobile device to collect standard information of an online journal and information about the behavior of visitors. Our websites create cookies for each session when you visit them.
If you need additional information on the use of personal data or Cookies by the Foundation, you can send us a request by email at [email protected].