This privacy policy (Privacy Policy) explains how “SPICE”, that is operated by the limited liability company “Tirdzniecības centrs Pleskodāle”, registration number: 40003523495, registered address: Lielirbes iela 29, Riga, LV-1046 (“SPICE”, “we”, “our” and “us”), collects and uses the information from your contact with the “SPICE” products. The present Privacy Policy is applied to all Users (“Users”, “you” and “your”) who use the “SPICE” websitend mobile application (all collectively – “SPICE” Sites).

Please carefully read the provisions of this Privacy Policy, as well as contact us, if necessary.

 

  1. User’s Consent

By agreeing to applying this Privacy Policy, the User confirms that he/she is informed about the processing of his/her personal data to the extent and under the procedure outlined in the present Privacy Policy.

  1. Personal Data collected by Us

The personal data means the information related to an identifiable or identified natural person. The following information about the User is being compiled:

 (a) Language you use on the “SPICE” Sites;

(b) Name;

(c) Age;

(d) ID number of your device;

(e) The type of operating system of your device;

(f) Information about preferred stores;

(g) Information about categories marked as “liked”.

  1. How the Personal Data are collected

We can:

  • request personal information upon your registration, subscribing for newsletters, creating an account, or otherwise using the “SPICE” Sites;

(b)    receive additional personal information from third parties (Google Analytics);

(c)    collect information about your location, history of visits, search history, and uploads to the “SPICE” Sites, when you use offers on the “SPICE” Sites through the mobile phone or a different device used to visit the “SPICE” Sites.

(d)  within the consent of the person, we will collect information about the person's e-mail address if the person has applied for receiving newsletters.

We hereby inform that upon using other third-party services in order to use the “SPICE” Sites, such platforms, applications or services may have their own specific privacy conditions that govern use of the personal information.

  1. For What Purposes We use Your Personal Data

“SPICE” uses the personal data for the following purposes:

  • to procure operations and improve the “SPICE” Sites, introduce new functions and technologies, based on our legitimate interest to improve the quality of our services;
  • to provide user support, based on your consent when you approach us seeking support, as well as our legitimate interest to improve the quality of our services;
  • to check and verify the information in the Users’ profiles based on our legitimate interest to identify the particular User;
  • for communication (using notifications on the mobile devices) and to provide additional information about “SPICE”, its offers, planned changes, improvements, questionnaires, administrative or other notifications that might be of interest to you based on your consent to receive such communications. Certain communications can be sent based on our legitimate interest to notify you about the news of “SPICE”;
  • to keep statistics about the Users, as well as to transfer such statistics to service providers based on our legitimate interest to ensure further development and maintenance of “SPICE”;
  • to ensure our day-to-day activities, for example, to administer, maintain, analyze the “SPICE” Sites, prevent fraud or ensure compliance with provisions of the effective laws based on the duty imposed on us to comply with requirements of the provisions of law and necessity to ensure operation and development of the “SPICE” Sites.
  1. How long “SPICE” stores your data

We process and store your personal data until the time when you delete your information from the “SPICE” Sites. However, certain types of personal data may be retained, for instance, statistical data may be retained in a summarized form for us to be able to improve functionality of the “SPICE” Sites.

  1. When and Why “SPICE” transfers the personal data

We can transfer your personal data as required or permitted under the effective laws and regulations in line with the following:

  • to partners of “SPICE” or advertisers, agencies, including companies representing Facebook, Google Analytics and other brands. The information is being transferred to such extent as required to ensure functionality of the “SPICE” Sites;
  • to commence a merger of companies, transfer of undertaking, or another activity related to the operations of “SPICE”.

By using the “SPICE” Sites, you confirm that you are informed that your personal data may be transferred to aforementioned third parties and processed (inter alia, stored, analyzed, registered, modified, used, deleted) in line with the purposes described in the Privacy Policy. However, the use of your personal data may be subject to privacy policies of such persons, which are beyond our control. We can disclose your information, if it cannot be identified with you or in the event that it is necessary in accordance with the effective laws and regulations and/or at a request of government or municipal authorities.

  1. Changes in the Privacy Policy

We can update or supplement the present Privacy Policy, if new services are added to the “SPICE” Sites. These supplements or amendments to the Privacy Policy shall come into effect at the time when posted on the “SPICE” website and mobile application and communicated to the Users. The currently valid Privacy Policy is available on the website and mobile application of “SPICE”.

  1. Your Rights and Safety of Personal Data

You have the right to access your personal data from your mobile application account, make rectifications therein, update or delete it, as well as receive information and bring claims and objections in accordance with the provisions of effective laws. In order to exercise your rights please contact us using the contact information provided in Paragraph 9 of the Privacy Policy.

You have a right to approach the national data supervisory authority – Data State Inspectorate, Blaumaņa iela 11/13-15, Riga, LV-1011, phone: +371 67223131, email: info@dvi.gov.lv.

In order to guarantee the integrity and safety of the processed personal data as well as in order to prevent loss, modification and/or unauthorized access by third parties, “SPICE” has introduced necessary legal and technical measures.

  1. More information

Limited liability company “Tirdzniecības centrs Pleskodāle”

 

For more information about this Privacy Policy and right of access, please contact us by writing to email address: spice@spice.lv

The Terms are approved and come into effect on 1 July 2018.

Cookie Use Policy

When you use the “SPICE” Sites, we collect, automatically or by electronic means, certain information by using such tools as cookies, browser analytical tools, and web server logs. When you use the “SPICE” Sites and applications, your browser and devices contact our servers and the servers operated by our partners and service providers in order to coordinate and keep record of activities and satisfy your request for services and information.

The information about cookies and related technologies is stored on web server logs, as well as in cookies stored on your computer or mobile devices and afterwards transmitted back to “SPICE” Sites using your computer or mobile devices. These servers and cookies are administered by us, our partners, or Service Providers.

Various types of information are collected from cookies and other technologies that might include:

  • Functional cookies used to provide functionality of the services used, such as an option to establish preferences (for instance, language of the browser) or memorize your previous activities. These cookies are used based on our legitimate interest to ensure operation of the “SPICE” Sites and provide services. These cookies are retained until you delete these cookies;
  • Analytical and statistical cookies, which are used to optimize our services. So, for instance, we use Google Analytics and other third-party services to optimize performance of our website as well as to analyze how you use our website. We track the internet protocol (IP) address, browser type, browser version, the “SPICE” Sites visited by you, time and date of the visit, time that you have spent on these websites, as well as other statistical data. These cookies are used based on our legitimate interest to compile statistics about use of the “SPICE” Sites and improve their performance. These cookies are retained on your equipment permanently or until you delete them;

 

You can reject all cookies or give instructions for the browser to report when a cookie is being dispatched. Nonetheless, if you reject the use of cookies you may not have a possibility to use some of the services of “SPICE”.

You can reject the use of Google Analytics cookies by downloading and installing add-on Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.

For additional information of general nature regarding cookies and to learn how to manage them please read the information on www.aboutcookies.org.

For more information about the personal data collected and your right of access please contact us by writing to the following address: spice@spice.lv or you can read all information on our web site www.spice.lv/privatumapolitika

 

Limited Liability Company “Tirdzniecības centrs Pleskodāle”

 

The Terms are approved and come into effect on 1 July 2018.

We use cookies for certain functions and analytical purposes. By using our website, you agree to our cookie policy.

 

For more information:

Limited Liability Company “Tirdzniecības centrs Pleskodāle”

Registered address: Lielirbes iela 29, Riga, Latvia, LV-1046

E-mail: spice@spice.lv

Phone: +371 67807279

You have a right to approach the national data supervisory authority – Data State Inspectorate, Blaumaņa iela 11/13-15, Riga, LV-1011, phone: +371 67223131, email: info@dvi.gov.lv

Policy on Event Photography and Filming

This policy on event photography and filming (Policy) explains how “SPICE” operated by limited liability company “Tirdzniecības centrs Pleskodāle”, registration number: 40003523495, registered address: Lielirbes iela 29, Riga, LV-1046, as the data controller (“SPICE”, “we”, “our” and “us”), carries out data processing with regard to reporting on the events held in “SPICE” territory by taking photos and videos.

Please carefully read the provisions of this Policy, and, if necessary, contact us.

  1. Data obtained

Upon taking photos and videos of the events held in the territory of “SPICE” the following personal information about you is obtained:

  • your image;
  • date and time of the photo/video recording;
  • your location.
  1. Purposes of taking photos and videos of events

Photos and videos of events held in the territory of “SPICE” are taken for the purpose of reporting about the course of the events in mass media and social media, on the basis of legitimate interests of “SPICE” to report and promote the organized events and the “SPICE” brand.

  1. How long “SPICE” stores your data

We store the photos and videos of events organised in the territory of “SPICE” for 5 (five) years after the date when the specific event was held in order to report about and promote the events organised by “SPICE”, thus facilitating recognizability of the “SPICE” brand.

Part of the images, such as images showing the hosts of the events, invited persons and panorama views, may be stored on permanent basis for the purposes described above.

  1. Who has access to photos and video recordings

Our employees and photography and filming service providers have access to photos and video recordings of the events organised by “SPICE”. Certain photos or videos may be posted on mass media, social media, or placed in the territory of “SPICE”, where they are available to an unlimited number of people.

Upon request, having assessed the substantiation, or in accordance with provisions of the law, the photos and videos may be handed over to the government or municipal authorities.

  1. Your rights and safety of personal data

You have a right to access your personal data, make corrections thereto, renew or erase it, as well as receive information and bring claims and objections in accordance with provisions of the effective laws and regulations. In order to exercise your rights please contact us through the contact information specified in Paragraph 6 of the Policy.

If you do not wish to be photographed and/or filmed certain areas at the venue of the event are designated where no photos and videos are taken.

Please bear in mind that in order to exercise the right granted to you in the area of the personal data protection, you have to submit a signed application in person, at the “SPICE” administration office, or send an application signed electronically to the e-mail address of “SPICE” specified in Paragraph 6 of the Policy.

You also have a right to approach the national data protection authority – Data State Inspectorate at Blaumaņa iela 11/13-15, Riga, LV-1011, phone: +371 67223131, e-mail: info@dvi.gov.lv.

In order to guarantee integrity and safeguarding of the personal data, and in order to prevent loss, modification of this data and/or unauthorised access thereto by third parties, “SPICE” has introduced the necessary legal and technical solutions.

  1. Contact information

Limited liability company “Tirdzniecības centrs Pleskodāle”

Registered address: Lielirbes iela 29, Riga, Latvia, LV-1046

E-mail: spice@spice.lv

Phone: +371 67807279

To receive more detailed information about the present Policy and right of access please contact us via e-mail address: spice@spice.lv

  1. Changes in the Policy

If necessary, we can update or amend the present Policy. Such updates or amendments to the Policy shall come into effect at the time when posted on the “SPICE” website. The currently effective Policy is available on the “SPICE” website and at the “SPICE” administration office.

The Policy is approved and comes into effect on 17 August 2018.

Video Surveillance Policy

This video surveillance policy (CCTV Policy) explains how “SPICE” operated by limited liability company “Tirdzniecības centrs Pleskodāle”, registration number: 40003523495, registered address: Lielirbes iela 29, Riga, LV-1046, as the data controller (“SPICE”, “we”, “our”, and “us”), performs video surveillance in the territory of “SPICE”.

Please carefully read provisions of this CCTV Policy, and, if necessary, contact us.

  1. Data obtained

Upon performing video surveillance, the following personal information about you is obtained:

  • your image;
  • date and time of the video (CCTV) recording;
  • your location.
  1. Purposes of the video surveillance

Video surveillance in the territory of “SPICE” is carried out for the following purposes:

  • prevent and detect criminal offenses on the basis of the legitimate interests of “SPICE” to protect its property and your vital interests;
  • compile statistics about the number of visitors of “SPICE” on the basis of the legitimate interest of “SPICE” to make prognosis of the human traffic.

Within the scope of the purpose to compile statistics, the information about the number and traffic of visitors in “SPICE” is collected and processed only in a compiled manner.

  1. How long “SPICE” stores your data

We process and store the video surveillance materials no longer than for 25 (twenty-five) to 30(thirty) days, taking into account the location where the specific CCTV camera is placed. If the video surveillance material is necessary for further investigation or as proof of a criminal offense, it can be stored throughout the period of investigation and, in relevant cases, stored in an archive along with the materials of the investigation file no longer than 10 (ten) years.

  1. Who has access to the video surveillance materials

The access to the video surveillance materials is strictly limited and provided only to those persons who require it for the performance of their employment obligations. We ensure that only administration staff of “SPICE” and employees of the security services provider have access to the video surveillance materials.

You can access the video surveillance materials upon request, specifying the particular time when you were in the territory of “SPICE” and particular place where you were.

Upon request, having assessed the substantiation, or in accordance with provisions of the law, the video surveillance materials may be handed over to the government or municipal authorities.

  1. Your rights and safety of personal data

You have a right to access your personal data, make corrections thereto, renew or erase it, as well as receive information and bring claims and objections in accordance with provisions of the effective laws and regulations. In order to exercise your rights please contact us through the contact information specified in Paragraph 6 of the CCTV Policy.

Please bear in mind that in order to exercise the right granted to you in the area of the personal data protection, you have to submit a signed application in person, at the “SPICE” administration office, or send an application signed electronically to the e-mail address of “SPICE” specified in Paragraph 6 of the CCTV Policy.

You also have a right to approach the national data protection authority – Data State Inspectorate at Blaumaņa iela 11/13-15, Riga, LV-1011, phone: +371 67223131, e-mail: info@dvi.gov.lv.

In order to guarantee integrity and safeguarding of the personal data, and in order to prevent loss, modification of this data and/or unauthorised access thereto by third parties, “SPICE” has introduced the necessary legal and technical solutions.

  1. Contact information

Limited liability company “Tirdzniecības centrs Pleskodāle”

Registered address: Lielirbes iela 29, Riga, Latvia, LV-1046

E-mail: spice@spice.lv

Phone: +371 67807279

To receive more detailed information about the present CCTV Policy and right of access please contact us via e-mail address: spice@spice.lv

  1. Changes in the CCTV Policy

If necessary, we can update or amend the present CCTV Policy. Such updates or amendments to the CCTV Policy shall come into effect at the time when posted on the “SPICE” website. The currently effective CCTV Policy is available on the “SPICE” website and “SPICE” administration office.

The regulation is approved and comes into effect on 17 August 2018.