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Privacy and Cookies Policy

This Privacy and Cookies Policy (“ Privacy Policy ”) describes how we,, UAB (legal entity code 303108774, registered address Didžioji str. 33, Vilnius, Lithuania) and “ YGLF Conference organizers  ”, collect and use information pertaining to each of our visitors of You Gotta Love Frontend Conference (“ YGLF Conference  ”) website ( ), subscribers of the YGLF Conference newsletter and registered speakers (collectively “ You ”) in connection with your access to and use of YGLF Conference website, registration forms, and (or) other related websites and applications.


The purpose of this Privacy Policy is to provide you with a clear explanation of when, why and how we collect and use your personal data, as well as an explanation of your statutory rights. This Privacy Policy is not intended to override any rights you might have under applicable data privacy laws. Personal data are processed in accordance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (“GDPR”), the Law of the Republic of Lithuania on Legal Protection of Personal Data and other legal acts.

What Information Do We Collect? What Are the Legal Grounds?

We collect and process the following personal data of you:


− Name and Surname

− Email address

− Company

− Your biography  

− Your talk details


As well we may collect technical and aggregated usage information, such as your browsing and ‘click-stream’ activity on the website of the YGLF Conference, session heatmaps and scrolls, non-identifying information regarding your device, operating system, internet browser, screen resolution, language and keyboard settings, internet service provider, referring/exit pages, date/time stamps, etc. For avoidance of doubt, in case such non-identifiable information would be related or connected to personal data, such information would be deemed and treated by us as personal data, as long as such connection or linkage exists.


We process your personal data based on:


− On some occasions, we process your data with your consent (e.g. when you fill a registration form for YGLF Conference newsletter and submit it to us).

− On other occasions, we process your data when we are required to do this by law (for example, to comply with governmental record-keeping obligations).

− We also process your data when it is in our legitimate interests to do so and when these interests are not overridden by your data protection rights (for example, for improvement of our services).

How Do We Collect Such Information?

There are two main methods we use:


- We collect information through your use of YGLF Conference website. When you browse this website, we are aware of it and will usually gather, collect and record such uses, sessions and related information, either independently or with the help of third-party services, including through the use of “cookies” and other tracking technologies.

- We collect information which you provide us voluntarily by filling in registration forms. For example, we process the personal data you provide us when you subscribe to newsletters of the YGLF Conference or register as a speaker.

Why Do We Collect Such Information?

We collect such information for the following purposes:


- For managing organization of the YGLF Conference and contacting you;

- For delivery of YGLF Conference newsletters;

- For compliance with any applicable laws and regulations.

To What Parties Do We Provide Your Information? 

We may use the services provided by third party service providers (such as third-party data centres, servers, website design, administration services, online traffic and website analysis, statistics, direct marketing services, mailers, messengers, consultancy, etc.) or co-operate with partners for the service provision that may require access to your personal data to the appropriate extent.  In this case, we shall ensure that third parties comply with the obligations of confidentiality and adequate personal data protection.


Please note that some of the data may be accessible to the companies, situated both within and outside the EEA (Google, Amazon, etc.). We will ensure that personal data will be transferred only if there is a sufficient basis for this under the GDPR and other applicable legal acts – such data transfer may be necessary for conclusion and performance of agreements, it may also be based on other grounds, conditions and exceptions listed in

the GDPR.


We will take reasonable measures in order that such third parties would process received data in accordance with the GDPR and other mandatory legal requirements (among other things, if necessary, we will ensure that data transfer or processing agreement is made in accordance with the standard data protection terms approved by the European Commission).


Please contact us via email: in case you would like to obtain more information. Personal data may be provided to competent institutions, if necessary, under applicable laws.

How Long Do We Store Your Personal Data?

When we store your personal data, we do so for as long as necessary to (i) fulfill the specific purposes for which your personal data were collected, (ii) to perform the services set out in this Privacy Policy, or (iii) to comply with our legal obligations or enforce our legal rights.

What Rights Do You Have?

You have the right to review and access your personal data held by us.


You also have the right to ask us to rectify, complete and delete your personal data, to restrict its use, object to its processing and to ‘port’ your personal data (that is, to ask us to provide it to you in a structured, commonly used and machine readable format and to transmit it directly to another company).


If the processing is based on your consent, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time.


In addition, you have the right to request further information about the handling of your personal data.


If you wish to do so, or to notify us of a change in your details, please contact


There are exceptions to these rights, however. For example, access to personal data may be denied in some circumstances if making the personal data available would reveal personal data about another person or if we are legally prevented from disclosing such information.


If you have a question about the use of your personal data, or wish to file a complaint about it, please contact us, using the contact details set out above.


Finally, if you have unresolved concerns, you also have the right to complain to data protection authorities.

Use Of Cookies

We use cookies for certain areas of the YGLF Conference website. Cookies are small data files stored on your hard drive by a website. Cookies help us improve the website and your experience. We use cookies to see which areas and features are popular and to count visits to our website, to recognize you as a returning visitor and to tailor your experience of the website according to

your preferences.


Overall, cookies help us provide you with better website. We may also use cookies for targeting or advertising purposes. Further details about cookie purposes and types are below. To delete or block cookies by browser settings at any time and for more general information about cookies, visit:


We also use Google Analytics on our website to collect information about your online activity on the website, such as the web pages you visit, the links you click, etc. We use the information to compile reports and to help us improve the website.


The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the website, where visitors have come to the website from and the pages they visited. For more information about the information gathered using Google Analytics please visit:


You can prevent these cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser. If you do this you may not be able to use the full functionality of the website. You may download and install the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on available here:


The cookies used on our website are categorized in accordance with the International Chamber of Commerce United Kingdom Cookie Guide as follows:


- Cookies which are “strictly necessary” for functionality of the website’s platforms. These cookies are essential in order to enable users to move around the website and use its features.

- “Performance” cookies which collect information about how users navigate the website, for example, which pages users access most frequently. They identify how users interact with the website, any errors that occur, etc. These cookies do not collect any information which could identify you and are only used to help us improve how our website works and understand what interests the website’s users.

- “Functionality” cookies which allow the website to remember choices you make and your preferences as a logged in user (for example, based on your user name).

- “Targeting or advertising” cookies used to deliver advertising material relevant to an identified machine or other device (not a named or otherwise identifiable person) which are tailored to interests associated with the website activity tied to that machine or device.

Cookie name/type

Cookie name/type

Cookie name/type

Expiration period

Expiration period

Expiration period



Category of cookies as defined in the ICC Cookie Guide

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(these cookies typically expire at the end of your session or at the latest within one week)

Category of cookies as defined in the ICC Cookie Guide

Category of cookies as defined in the ICC Cookie Guide

Strictly necessary

Google Analytics _ga

2 years

Google Analytics is a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. to help us see how our website is used.


Google Analytics _ga

24 hours

Google Analytics is a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. to help us see how our website is used.


Cookie Settings

Cookie settings We will ask for your consent to the use of cookies set out in this Privacy Policy when you first access the website and if we introduce any new cookies to the website. When you first visit the website, a box/banner will appear asking you to agree to the cookies that we set on the website. Your continued use of the website will be treated as consent to the use of these cookies for the purposes described.


If you reject cookies we will not set any further cookies on your device, except that we will set the “Strictly necessary” cookies detailed above, including a cookie to remember that you don’t want any cookies set when you visit the website.


You can usually choose to set your browser to warn you when a cookie is being set or to remove or reject cookies. Each browser is different, so review your browser’s Help menu to learn the correct way to modify your cookie settings. If you choose to remove or reject cookies, it may affect many features of the website and your user experience.

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