Our Privacy Policy regulates the basic principles and procedures for processing the personal data of users who have visited www.mirrorsled.com.

Personal data means information collected about the visitor to a website, which can be used to identify the user. We collect personal data about the users of our website in order to ensure the quality of our service provision.

To ask a question, submit a complaint or exercise your rights as a data subject, please contact us by e-mail at: marketing@stiklita.lt 

The data controller of the website: 
UAB Stiklita 
Company code: 234489710
VAT: LT344897113
Varnių str. 48, LT-48403, Kaunas
Tel.: +370 613 74532 / E-mail: marketing@stiklita.lt

Your personal data may be transferred to UAB Stiklita Vilnius, UAB Stiklita Klaipėda, UAB Stiklita Šiauliai, UAB Stiklita projektai or UAB Stiklita projektai for the purposes of your order and accounting.

This Privacy Policy describes the data processing activities of UAB Stiklita in cases when the company acts as a data controller, i.e. collects the personal data of clients, suppliers or employees and provides it for the purpose and means of data processing.

The legal basis for the collection of personal data is the consent of the data subject, a contract with the data subject or a business subject and the legitimate interest of the Company; however, even when performing electronic marketing, we always retain the possibility to revoke the prior consent for the processing of personal data.

In accordance with the EU provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) referred to in Article 6, we will apply one of the following legal bases for the processing of your personal data:

  • personal data shall be processed on the basis of a person’s consent;
  • the processing of personal data is necessary for the contract we have signed with the person, or because we must take concrete steps to implement it before signing the contract;
  • legal obligations of the company to process the personal data: the processing is necessary to comply with the law (excluding contractual obligations), such as the processing of invoices and providing this data to the State Tax Inspectorate.

 Personal data processed

  1. Personal data

When you use our services, we collect certain types of information identifying you:

  • we collect your name, surname, residence address, e-mail address and telephone number for the purposes of registration on the website;
  • for the purpose of purchases of goods (shopping) through our website we collect your name, surname, residence address, delivery address (if it differs from the residence address), e-mail address and telephone number;
  • for the purposes of direct marketing, we process your name, surname, e-mail address and telephone number;
  • for solving and preventing technical problems.
  1. Data used

We may also collect the information that your browser provides when you visit a website, or when you access the website via a mobile device.

This may include information related to your IP (Internet Protocol) address, type of browser and device, which websites you have visited before and other identifiers related to your device.

  1. Cookies

The website uses cookies so that we can monitor the activities on our website and store certain information. For more information, see our Cookie Policy.

Where does your personal data come from?

We receive your personal data directly from you, which means that you have provided this data to us voluntarily in order to receive certain products, services or offers from us, or by entering into a cooperation agreement with us.

We use cookies on our website (IP address, browsing time; also, at the time of filling in the request form: name, request text, IP address, date and time) and other monitoring technologies. We collect data on whether or not users have experienced problems with our website – triplets, inactivity of sites on the website, etc. We also collect information through third-party services such as ‘Google Analytics’.

We receive your requests or letters that you send to receive certain information.

We receive your data from social networking accounts, through which you have communicated with our social networking account administrators.

You should ensure that you provide the Company with accurate and correct personal data and do not provide the data of a third party.

Sharing of personal data

We use our service providers to help us manage certain activities on our behalf, such as making purchases, managing card payments, sending emails, providing advertisements, monitoring the effectiveness of our marketing campaigns, and analysing the use of our websites and applications for Internet or telephone services, banks, audit firms, insurance companies that insure us against various risks, debt recovery in the event of corporate debt, environmental ministries, security companies, the State Tax Inspectorate or other legal services, police and other legal services.

If you provide comments or an opinion about UAB Stiklita to communities of users or to a social networking site, where such information can be seen and used for the purposes of anyone having access to such a community which does not depend on UAB Stiklita, UAB Stiklita is not responsible for the content you have provided in such communities or for data protection.

We share our user’s personal data with third parties when necessary to ensure the quality of our services. We provide third parties with only the personal data necessary for the performance of the services provided by those third parties. We may share personal data in the following cases:

1)   We use courier services to deliver goods and to enforce our contracts. Therefore, we will provide your name, surname, address, telephone number and e-mail address to the courier services.

2)   Our website analytics service provider – Google Analytics – has access to the user data related to website visits.

3)    If you enter social networks from our website, those social networks may have access to your personal data disclosed on www.mirrorsled.com.  In the above case, we recommend reading the related social networking privacy policies.

4)    Your personal data may be transferred to specific service providers. For example, your personal data may be transferred to the company responsible for the maintenance of the website’s information technology systems.

5)    At the request of law enforcement or law enforcement authorities, we may transfer your personal data to these institutions.

6)    We may share personal data in order to protect our rights and our clients’ rights.

UAB Stiklita follows the principle of data minimisation, and ensures that only the smallest amount of personal data necessary for the provision of a service or product is collected.

Period of retention of personal data

We store the personal data of a website user only for the period necessary to achieve the purpose for which the data is processed, but no longer than 10 years after the start of the processing of the personal data. Once this period has expired, all personal data shall be deleted.

Upon your request, we will delete the personal data being processed. We will not delete the data only in a case where we have a legal obligation to process the personal data.

The website keeps the data stored for up to 30 days from the date of browsing. Cookies that are saved on your electronic device shall be stored according to the nature of the cookie, from the time of the session only for a period up to two years.

Upon the expiry of the period for the processing of personal data, the personal data shall be safely destroyed. 

Your rights

You have the right to request access to the data being processed about your person by UAB Stiklita. You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data, to withdraw your consent, or to request a  deletion or correction of your personal data. The right to a deletion and a failure to provide certain information is not absolute, which means that we have to process certain information because we are bound by the law.

You have the right to get acquainted with the personal data processing rules located in the premises of UAB Stiklita.

You have the right to refuse to receive newsletters or other marketing offers.

You have the right to data portability when the data is processed by electronic means.

You can enforce all your rights by submitting an e-mail application to: marketing@stiklita.lt;

You also have the right to file a complaint with the State Inspectorate of Personal Data Protection.

If you would like to request access to your data, a deletion or correction of the data, or if you disagree with the processing of your personal data or you would like to enforce your data portability rights, first of all, we will ask you to provide your personal identity document or a notarised copy thereof, and if you are acting through a representative we will require the personal documents of both persons, a notarised power of attorney or a notarised copies of all these documents. If you are browsing the Internet and if you do not want the personal data collected by cookies to be processed on our website during your visit, we recommend that your cookies be deleted with the help of the browser.

Cookies Policy

Cookies are small-scale files that are downloaded and placed on a device’s hard drive or web browser, in order to save data about the user’s behaviour on a website and to enable him to access all the functions of an e-shop. Cookies are also intended to support the visitor’s session and to identify the user by assigning him a unique number; thus, we can learn about the trends relating to the use of the website, improve the services provided and provide suggestions that are relevant to the visitor of the website.

Please note that cookies may be removed from your device. For more information visit allaboutcookies.org. However, note that deleting cookies may adversely affect the use of the website and limit the functioning of certain features.

The cookies that are used on our website can be seen in the table below.

Cookies in the system        
PHPSESSID Prosport.lt cookies are used to support the user session At the time of entering the page 1 year Unique identifier
currency Currency cookie selected by the user At the time of entering the page 48 hours Unique identifier
language Language cookie selected by the user At the time of entering the page 48 hours Unique identifier
Google Analytics/Tag manager cookies        
__utmb Used to set new sessions/visits. The cookie is updated every time the data is sent to Google Analytics The cookie is created when the JavaScript library is started and there are no __utmb cookies 30 minutes Unique identifier
__utmt Used to increase the query speed At the time of entering the page 10 minutes Unique identifier
__utmc Not used for ga.js. Saves for interaction with urchin.js. Historically, this cookie worked with the _ _ utmb cookie to determine whether it was a new user session/visit At the time of entering the page Until the end of browsing session Unique identifier
__utma Used to distinguish between users and sessions. The cookie is updated every time that data is sent to Google Analytics This cookie is created when the JavaScript library is run and there are no __utma cookies 2 year Unique identifier
__utmz Stores information concerning which online source the user has accessed the website from The cookie is created when the JavaScript library is started and updated every time the data is sent to Google Analytics 6 months Unique identifier
cookieconsent_status Cookie informing users about the use of cookies on the website At the time of the first entry into the page 1 year Unique identifier


The website uses the ‘Google Analytics’ tool that collects information about the website through cookies. This information is intended to compile reports on the pages visited by users, the time spent on those pages and other information related to the behaviour of the visitors to the website. The data collected shall be used only for the purpose of statistical analysis. To learn more about what data is collected and used, please the Google Privacy Policy https://www.google.com/policies/privacy/. If you want to keep ‘Google Analytics’ unaware of your behaviour, you can use a special plug-in. The plug-in can be found here: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/

Our website uses the plug-ins of ‘Facebook’ and other social networking sites. For more information about the data collected by these service providers, the purposes and extent of the data collection, its processing and use, and possible privacy settings, please review the privacy policies of the social networking websites.

How can I remove cookies? 

Many web browsers are set to automatically accept cookies. You can disable cookies at any time that is convenient to you and thereby no longer accept that our website will collect them, but be aware that blocking cookies may interrupt a user’s access to certain features of the site and their functioning, which may make browsing ineffective or impossible.

If you do not want your browsing data on our website to be collected, you may disagree with this by changing your browser settings. Typically, you can find these settings in your browser’s ‘Options’ or ‘Settings’ menu:

Cookie settings in Edge

Cookie settings in Chrome

Cookie settings in Safari

Cookie settings in Chrome

Cookie settings in Opera

To understand these settings, the links provided may help you, or you can use your browser’s ‘Help’ section to access more information.

For more information on how to remove cookies, as well as other useful information related to the use of cookies, please visit http://www.allaboutcookies.org/. To remove cookies from your mobile phone, you will need to read the phone’s operating manual.


We reserve the right to change our Privacy Policy. All changes will be published on our website, and the amended Privacy Policy will enter into force from the moment it is published on the website. This Privacy Policy was last updated on 11/06/2020.

Violation of the Personal Data Subject

You can contact us by e-mail: marketing@stiklita.ltif you believe that we are violating your rights as a data subject. In the event of a failure to resolve the dispute, you have the right to apply to the State Data Protection Inspectorate.