Information about the data controller and contact information
SIA TestDevLab, registration No. 40103486142
Legal address: Vingrotāju iela, 1, LV-1010, Riga, Latvia
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
What personal data do we collect?
Personal data is information that can identify an individual, either directly or when combined with other data.
You may provide us with information in various ways when contacting us, for example, by filling in forms on our website or contacting us by phone, e-mail.
The personal information that you provide may include your name, address, email address, phone number, and other information you have voluntarily provided, for example, your public profile information on social media, website and other information contained in a CV, when applying for a vacant job position.
When you use our website, we automatically collect information about your device, including your IP address, information about your visit and how you use our website. Also, the server hosting the website may record the requests you make to the server, when navigating through the website. This is done to analyse data traffic, make the user experience friendlier, improve content quality, optimise performance of the website and ensure appropriate functioning and security of the website.
How do we use your personal data?
We use your personal information in relation to the following purposes:
- Providing our services to you and fulfilling your requests.
- Receiving and reviewing your applications for vacant job positions in order to ensure the selection and recruitment process.
- Providing you with information about products and services that we offer and for marketing purposes.
You can opt-in if you want to receive information about products and services we offer and opt-out anytime by updating your preferences or sending us an e-mail.
Legal basis of data processing
It is necessary for us to process your personal information to perform an agreement to which you are a party, or to take steps at your request prior to you entering into an agreement.
You have consented to us using your personal information (for example, you have agreed to receive newsletters and/or e-mails from us about our products and services, you have submitted an application for a vacant job position and opted-in for us to process your data submitted). You can withdraw your consent at any time and opt-out from receiving e-mails about our products and services by updating your preferences or sending us an e-mail.
Please be aware that the withdrawal of consent may not affect the processing of your personal data when it may be necessary for us to fulfil requirements as provided under laws and regulations or when the processing is necessary and is based on the agreement, our legitimate interests or other statutory grounds for legitimate data processing.
When receiving your application for a vacant job position, we have a legitimate interest in processing and evaluating the personal data you have provided and other connected actions thereto, such as organising job interviews, negotiating and providing evidence supporting the compliance of the recruitment process with law. In the event of a dispute, the information obtained during the selection process may be used to indicate the compliance with applicable laws.
It is in our legitimate interests to use your personal information to operate, improve and promote our services and products and to protect our business.
It is necessary for us to use your personal information to comply with the legal obligation. We process your personal data as needed to comply with laws and regulations. For example, when processing personal data for selection and recruitment purposes, and especially in the case of hiring you.
Do we share your personal data?
We do not sell, share, lease or otherwise disclose your personal data to third parties and other countries unless otherwise stated below.
We may disclose your personal information if required to do so by law or in response to a request from law enforcement or another regulatory authority, but only to the extent required. We may disclose your personal information to enforce our agreements with you or to protect the rights, property or safety of TDL, its employees or others. This includes sharing personal data with other organisations for fraud prevention purposes.
The providers of the tools/technologies used for analytics and statistics (e.g., Google Analytics, Statcounter) only have access to the statistical data collected by the tool/technology (e.g., visit and searching through the website).
How are we securing the data?
We use a variety of technical and organisational security measures to protect your personal data. Your personal data is stored securely and is accessible to a limited number of people - only authorised persons. The recipients of your personal data are TDL (our employees who are directly authorised and perform the processing of data to fulfill their duties), you, the data processors, law enforcement or supervising authorities, as well as the courts in the cases and in accordance with the procedures specified in laws and regulations.
For how long do we keep the data?
The data shall be kept as long as:
- there is a legal basis for it (please see ). Once the criteria are not applicable, your personal data will be deleted or destroyed or deposited with the National Archives in accordance with laws and regulations;
- the data is needed for the purpose for which the data was received;
- we have a legal obligation to keep the data (for example, personnel selection documents and accounting documents are kept for as long as it is determined by the laws of the Republic of Latvia);
- there is an agreement in force (for example, for the provision of services);
- your consent has not been withdrawn, unless there is no other legitimate basis for data processing.
What are your rights?
- right to be informed about what data is being processed, how and why,
- right to request access to your personal data,
- right to request to correct/update your data (for example, if the data is incorrect, incomplete or inadequate),
- right to withdraw your consent,
- right to request to erase your data,
- right to ask for the restriction of processing of your data (temporary halt to processing of personal data, for example, when the data is being corrected),
- right to object to processing of your data (for example, if the processing of data is inconsistent with the primary purpose for which it was collected),
- right to lodge a complaint,
- right to data portability (provision of your data to you).
If you wish to exercise your rights as a data subject, please contact us in one of the following ways:
- by sending a hand-signed written application to our legal address indicated under section “Information about the data controller and contact information”, or;
- by sending an application signed with a secure electronic signature to our e-mail address indicated under section “Information about the data controller and contact information”.
Please be aware that withdrawal of consent or request to erase or objection to process personal data may not result in the interruption of data processing if the data processing is carried out on another legal basis.