Here we provide information about the principles of data processing policy of GSMvalve OÜ. When processing personal data, the objective of GSMvalve OÜ is to be your reliable partner who respects your rights and to set an example of others on the market.

  1. Definitions
    1. Personal Data – Data that you, directly or indirectly, relate to an individual;
    2. Processing of personal data means the processing of personal data or sets of such data;
    3. Customer / You – a natural person visiting the Website;
    4. GSMvalve / Navirec / us – GSMvalve OÜ, registry code 11181045;
    5. Terms – these terms and conditions for processing personal data;
    6. Controller– GSMvalve OÜ;
    7. Website – this website;
    8. Authorized processor – a person who processes personal data on our behalf.
  2. General
    1. In the Terms, we have described the terms of our processing of personal data. We process personal data only if there is a legal basis and for legitimate purposes while ensuring the protection and security of personal data.
    2. We reserve the right to change the Terms if necessary, ensuring compliance with the law. For this reason, we will periodically ask you to check the Terms and Conditions to keep up to date with the latest changes.
  3. Objectives of work and legal basis
    1. We need to process your Personal Information when you send us an offer or a contact request via the Website’s inquiry form or contact form. In this case, we have a legitimate interest in processing Personal Data. Processing of Personal Data may also be necessary for the purpose of concluding, executing and enforcing a cooperation agreement. By allowing the processing of your personal data, we enable you to ensure smooth and pleasant customer service, prompt contract preparation, communication of important contract information and, if necessary, agreement on the terms of the contract.
    2. We process Personal Data for the purpose of complying with our legal obligations in order to retain Personal Data for the purpose of complying with our legal obligations, to ensure the protection of our Personal Data rights and to fulfill any other legal obligations.
    3. With your consent, we process Personal Data for the purpose of providing newsletters, special offers, customer stories, blog posts and other information about our activities. You may waive the foregoing at any time by submitting a written notice through the Website’s contact form or by submitting a written request to this effect.
    4. We use cookies on the Website that are important to the proper functioning of the Website and to improve your user experience. The website is associated with first-party cookies and we also use so-called third-party cookies. Cookies are stored on your web browser or on the device you use when you visit the Website. Cookies allow us to remember your preferences on the Website and to send you personalized and interesting content. Cookies also enable us to collect and analyze statistics on website traffic. The information we store on cookies is not associated with any particular individual.
    5. We use third-party cookies used on this website by Google Analytics and Facebook in accordance with their terms. Third-party cookies are needed to analyze website traffic, provide social media opportunities, and display targeted advertising content. Please note that by using these cookies it is possible to share your use of the Website with third parties.
    6. When you visit the Website, you will be asked for permission to use both first-party and third-party cookies in order to enable anonymous Website Visitor Statistics. We do not use cookies when you do not allow cookies.
    7. You may restrict, disable, and delete cookies used by the Website under your web browser settings. Please note that disabling and restricting cookies may affect the proper functioning of the Website.
    8. We will always seek prior consent for the processing of personal data for purposes other than those set out in the Terms.
  4. Composition of Personal Data
    1. In order to achieve the purposes set out in the Terms, we need to process, in whole or in part, the following Personal Data: Your name, email address, telephone number, company name, and other information collected in fulfillment of your legal obligations. How much Personal Data is processed depends on the case. We always try to process as little data as necessary to achieve our goals.
  5. Disclosure and communication of Personal Data
    1. We have the right to transfer and disclose personal information without our prior consent to fulfill our legal obligations and also to Authorized processors. In order to protect our rights, we may disclose personal information to third parties, including auditors, legal counsel, collection companies and others.
  6. Retention of Personal Data
    1. Personal Data will be retained for as long as is necessary to fulfill the purposes described herein, to protect our rights, or to comply with our legal obligations. We retain the Customer’s data through the inquiry form for a maximum of three years from the last Customer’s last contact.
  7. Rights of the data subject
    1. You have the right, under the law, to request information from us regarding the processing of Your Personal Data and, in certain cases, to request the rectification, erasure, restriction or processing of your Personal Data. We will process your Personal Data with your consent, but you may withdraw your consent at any time. In this case, we will stop processing the Personal Data. This does not affect any Personal Data already processed and any other processing of Personal Data. Due to legal requirements, we will respond to your requests as quickly as possible within the time limits.
  8. Contacts, claims, Rights protection
    1. Questions and complaints regarding the processing of your Personal Data should be sent to us as a data controller (GSMvalve OÜ; Tähetroni 21, 11625 Tallinn, Harjumaa;; tel +372 687 0722) or to the Data Protection Inspectorate (; tel 627) 4135).
    2. If your data is subject to a breach that is in all likelihood a threat to your rights and freedoms, we will notify the Data Protection Inspectorate within 72 hours of becoming aware of the breach, and promptly, unless otherwise provided by applicable law.