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How we process your personal data

With your consent, STENDERS Ltd. will process your personal data in order to send you information on product releases, services, offers, events, and other news within the company through e-mails or text messages.
The processing of your personal data is based on your consent, and submission of your personal data is voluntary. If you decide not to submit your personal data, we will not be contacting you, as stated previously. The legal grounds for processing personal data is part 1 of section 9 of the Law on Information Society Services (your consent).
You have the right to withdraw your consent for the processing of your personal data at any time, however any processing of your personal data prior to this withdrawal will remain lawful. Your personal data will be stored until the moment you withdraw your consent. When you do so, STENDERS Ltd. will not be able to send you any further communication aimed at informing you about the product releases, services, offers, events, and other news with the company. In case of any administrative proceedings, we will store your personal data until their closure.
Your personal data may be forwarded to parties providing services to STENDERS Ltd., for example, the providers of information technology services.
STENDERS Ltd., registration number 40003563248, legal address Mūkusalas iela 63, Rīga, LV-1004, Latvia, is the controller of the data and responsible for processing the personal data you submit. Should you want to access your personal data, correct, erase or restrict their processing, object against their processing, exercise the right to data portability, or you have any questions about the way we process your personal data, please contact us by sending an e-mail to info@stenders.lv. If you consider the way we process your personal data does not comply with legal provisions, you have the right to turn in a complaint with a supervising authority.