We respect your privacy and protect your personal information that you provide to us and that we collect for the purposes set out in this Privacy Notice (hereinafter – Privacy Notice). In the Privacy Notice, we explain what data we collect about you, how we use this personal data, and under what conditions the data may be disclosed to third parties. We also explain how we store and protect your personal data from misuse and what rights you have over your personal data.


1. Who is your data manager?

Dayton, UAB, legal entity code 122598028, address Kirtimų st. 59, 02244 Vilnius (hereinafter – “Dayton” or “we”) is the manager of your personal data.


2. Who to contact if you have questions about personal data protection?

If you have any questions about personal data protection, please contact: Dayton, UAB, Address: Kirtimų st. 59, 02244 Vilnius, Email: info@daytongroup.lt


3. How and why do we process your personal data?

In the course of our economic activities, we collect personal data from our customers, potential customers, business partners (service providers or goods providers), website visitors, and we are therefore considered the data manager. As the data manager, with this Privacy Notice we inform you (the data subjects) of the purposes for which we collect your personal data and indicate the legal basis for such data collection.

We may process the following personal data for the following purposes and on this legal basis:

  • Supply of goods or provision of services, cooperation with business partners.

Personal data: Name, surname, represented legal entity, position, email address, telephone number, address. Purpose: Agreement conclusion, sale of goods and provision of services. Accounting, including invoicing and invoice submission. Legal basis: Conclusion and performance of the Agreement. Compliance with legal requirements. Storage period: 10 years.

  • Communication with us. 

Personal data: Name, email address, telephone number, content of the message, date and time, content of the correspondence. Purpose: Resolution of your request, inquiry or complaint. Legal basis: Consent. Storage period: To the extent necessary to carry out a specific task and to ensure the exercise of our rights, but for no longer than 10 years.

  • Direct marketing.

Personal data: Name, surname, e-mail address, legal entity represented. Purpose: To inform you about our goods, services, events and other news. Legal basis: Consent or legitimate interest if you are our customer who purchased goods or services from us. Storage period: Until consent is revoked.

  • Candidates for employment

Personal data: Name, surname, date of birth, e-mail address, telephone number, home address, information on the position concerned, including information on the nature and type of employment relationship and contact details for the application process, biographical facts relating to the application process, a photograph (if provided), study and other educational information, work history, language skills, other special skills, description of personality traits, various certifications and ratings, other possible information that you provide voluntarily in your resume or LinkedIn account, as well as information that we collect with your consent. Purpose: Employee selection and recruitment. Legal basis: Legitimate interest in assessing a candidate’s suitability for the desired job or consent. Storage period: 4 months.


4. Where do we attain personal data from?

We receive your personal data when you yourself provide personal data, for example, by participating in the selection of employees, calling, writing to us, visiting us, submitting your documents, etc.


5. To whom do we disclose or transfer data, do we transfer data outside the EU or the EEA? 

Your personal data will not be disclosed to anyone, except our business partners (service providers), without whom our website would not be able to operate, services could not be provided, and so on. Our business partners include website administration service providers, cloud service providers, and more.

Your personal data may also be disclosed to government or law enforcement agencies, but only when required to do so by applicable law or to safeguard our rights and legitimate interests, as well as the rights and interests of our employees, customers, business partners.

Our business partners (service providers) process personal data to the extent necessary for the provision of services. We are responsible for the actions of our partners with regard to your personal data, as well as for our own actions.

In some cases, we may transfer your personal data outside the EU or the EEA. However, in cases where we transfer personal data outside the EU, the EEA, we will ensure that our business partners comply with the standard contractual conditions for the processing of personal data approved by the European Commission.


6. How long do we store data?

We process and store your personal data for no longer than is necessary for the purposes set out in this Privacy Notice. We regularly review the need to store personal data in the light of legal requirements. More detailed information on the terms of storage of your personal data is provided in Section 3 of the Privacy Notice.


7. How do we protect data?

We take the necessary technical and organizational measures to ensure the protection of the personal data we process.

Digital data is stored in databases that are protected by firewalls, passwords, and other technical means. Access to our databases is granted to employees according to their job functions. These databases and their backups are stored in lockable facilities that can only be accessed by authorized personnel. We have access controls in place.

Non-digital data is stored in lockable repositories to which only those employees whose work functions are related to the use of the relevant data have access. We have access controls in place.


8. What are your rights as a data subject?

As a data subject, you have the right to access your personal data that we process about you and the right to request the rectification or deletion of that data. You also have the right to withdraw your consent when we process your data on the basis of consent.

You have the right to object to the processing of your data or to request that the processing be restricted and to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority.

When submitting your request, you should describe the specific situation because of which you do not consent to the processing of your data. We may refuse to grant such a request only in accordance with the law.

All requests and demands regarding the issues mentioned in this section must be submitted in writing by e-mail info@daytongroup.lt.


9. Changes to the Privacy Notice

After making changes to this Privacy Notice, we will mark the dates of the changes in the new version of the Privacy Notice. In the event that the changes are substantial, we may provide additional notice in other ways, such as by email or by posting a notice on our website.

We recommend that you visit our website regularly and note possible changes to our privacy policy.