Privacy policy


General provisions

Your personal data manager is SIA PATA (hereinafter – PATA), reg. No. 40003448619, legal address: Miera iela 2, Inčukalns, Inčukalna County, LV-2141, phone +371 67243135, e-mail:

PATA complies with the requirements of General Data Protection Regulation No. 2016/679 (hereinafter – the Regulation), as well as other requirements of the regulatory enactments in force in Latvia, when processing personal data.

This privacy policy explains how PATA handles a natural person’s data, data subject rights, and personal data protection issues. The PATA Privacy policy applies to the processing of all personal data that it carries out.

Purposes of personal data processing

PATA may use your provided personal data for the following purposes:

  • in order to ensure compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation on the protection of data of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data, as well as compliance with the rules of the Personal Data Processing Law;
  • the selection of potential employees upon the receipt of your CV and application;
  • in order to improve customer service;
  • the sale and supply of goods and the provision of services (for the conclusion and performance of contracts);
  • in order to ensure fast and high-quality communication with you;
  • for PATA to perform video surveillance for security purposes across its properties. During PATA events, photographs and videos can be taken to inform the public and expand the PATA history archives.

Personal data storage period

Personal data is only collected and processed for the purposes defined above and only for the time necessary to achieve the purposes above, to protect the interests of PATA, or in accordance with the applicable limitation period. After the data use expiration date, they are deleted or archived.

Personal data is restricted-access information that can only be accessed by authorised staff when access to these data is required for the execution of work orders. All employees who have been authorised to work with natural persons’ data are properly trained to be able to protect the rights of the data subject.

Personal data recipients

Personal data can only be disclosed to third parties to achieve goals set by this policy, according to the provisions of a data subject’s concluded agreement or according to the Regulation and other effective regulatory enactments. According to the abovementioned, personal data may be disclosed to be processed within PATA group companies; state institutions, to follow through on the regulatory enactment requirements; outsourcing providers, who have undertaken to ensure adherence to the Regulation’s and regulatory enactment requirements

Access to personal data and other rights of the data subject

In order to obtain information about personal data processed by PATA on the data subject, the data subject must submit an application:

  • by writing in person to the PATA office in Riga, 14 Cēsu iela, LV-1012, also presenting a personal identification document;
  • by sending an e-mail to, if the email is signed with a secure electronic signature.

The data subject has the right to request the restriction of personal data processing, object to the processing of personal data, and request the deletion or correction of personal data in accordance with the provisions of the Regulation.

PATA communicates with the data subject using the contact details provided by the data subject (telephone number, email address, address).

If the data subject believes his/her right to the protection of his/her personal data has been infringed, the data subject is entitled to lodge a complaint with the personal data supervising authority.

Right to withdraw consent

If the processing of personal data has been initiated in accordance with the data subject’s consent, the data subject has the right to withdraw that consent by personally submitting an application in writing to the PATA office at 14 Cēsu iela, Riga, LV-1012, also providing a personal identification document, or by sending the application signed with a secure electronic signature by e-mail to

Withdrawal of consent does not affect the processing of data carried out while the consent of the data subject was effective.

Withdrawal of consent cannot terminate the processing of data that is carried out on the basis of other legal grounds.

Changes in the Privacy policy

We may update or modify this Privacy policy at any time without prior notice. Such an updated or amended Privacy policy shall become effective upon its publication on our website and replace the previous version of the Privacy policy.

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