DS Kastingas is my client
We provide casting or actor screening services, helping filmmakers around the world and in Lithuania to find Lithuanian actors or performers of mass scenes. As part of our services, we are constantly working with you and your data, so this privacy notice is to answer your questions regarding the protection of your personal data.
1. Who is responsible for your data?
MB “DS Casting”
Legal entity code 306163007
Address A. Juozapavičiaus g. 11-101, 09311 Vilnius
(“DS Casting” or “we“)
2. Why and what data do we collect about you?
- DS Casting is my client
We may process your personal data listed below which we receive directly from you or your employer:
|What data do you collect about me?||Why do you collect this data?||Can you really do it?||How long will you keep the data?|
|Name, surname, personal identification number, address, bank, bank account, telephone, email address||Data required for the conclusion and performance of the contract||Contract formation and enforcement||10 years|
|Name, surname, phone number; assigned service/plan, details of incoming/outgoing calls and related phone numbers, SMS, data services and other services information, reports and cost||We may give you to use our mobile phones to use while delivering us services||Legitimate interest||6 months|
3. Do you share information about me with anyone? Do you transfer my data outside the European Economic Area?
Your personal data may be disclosed to our clients, service providers, such as our accounting service provider, legal service providers, service providers that we hire in case of large projects and that help us to carry out the casting process. Your data may also be disclosed to our service providers whose information systems or services we use, such as Google Ireland Limited, Microsoft Corp, Meta Platforms Ireland Limited, etc.
Your personal data may be disclosed to public authorities or law enforcement agencies, but only where required by applicable law or in order to protect our rights and legitimate interests, as well as the rights and interests of our customers, business partners.
If we transfer personal data outside European Economic Area, we ensure that appropriate safeguards are in place in accordance with the GDPR. For example, the IT companies listed above either have data centers in the European Economic Area and/or belong to the Data Privacy Framework (https://www.dataprivacyframework.gov/s).
4. How do you protect my data?
We have the following organizational measures in place: we have a security policy for information resources and technical resources that sets out the overall information security management of the organization, we have allocated responsibilities, we have staff confidentiality and access control to personal data, we have hardware and software management, we have procedures for managing personal data breaches and incidents, and we strive to regularly update our knowledge of personal data protection.
We also have the following technical measures in place: access control, database protection, workstation protection, data backup, mobile devices are protected, physical security.
5. What are my rights?
- Right to access your data.
- The right to have inaccurate data corrected or deleted.
- The right to object to the processing of your data or to request restriction of your data.
- The right to complain about the processing of personal data to a supervisory authority (State Data Protection Inspectorate, vdai.lrv.lt).
6. Changes to the Privacy Notice
If we change this privacy notice, we will note the dates of the changes in the new version of the privacy notice. In the event that the changes are significant, we may additionally notify you of the changes, e. g. by email.