The purpose of SIA LENOKA (hereinafter referred to as Mego) Privacy clause is to provide a natural person – data subject, with information on the purpose, scope and protection of personal data processing, as well as other information when processing personal data of the data subject.

Mego contact information: Registered office: Krustpils iela 12, Riga, LV-1073, phone 67775959, e-mail:

Mego ensures the confidentiality of personal data and has implemented appropriate technical and organizational measures in the field of personal data protection. A personal data protection specialist participates in ensuring the compliance of Mego personal data processing.

You can contact Mego personal data protection specialist Aris Augstkalns regarding data protection issues by calling +371 26222244 or e-mailing to We would like to inform you that the mentioned types of communication with Mego personal data protection specialist are not intended for information requests, exercising your rights as a data subject.

Please be informed that Mego may change this Privacy clause, therefore please check to ensure that you are aware of and have read its changes.


Purposes, legal bases and principles of personal data processing

Mego processes personal data mainly for the following purposes:


Please be informed that personal data are primarily processed to the extent necessary in accordance with the requirements of regulatory enactments.


The list of data processing purposes included in this Privacy clause is not exhaustive; personal data of natural persons may also be processed for purposes not mentioned in this Privacy clause.

Mego processes your personal data on the following legal bases:

Video surveillance

Mego performs video surveillance for the purpose of preventing the occurrence of a public security threat risk, for the prevention or detection of offences, in connection with the protection of property and the protection of the vital interests of persons, including life and health.

Information about video surveillance is placed in form of warning signs before the video surveillance area.

Please be informed that video surveillance records can only be accessed by persons authorized by Mego in connection with the achievement of personal data processing purposes.

Recipients of personal data

Personal data may be received from Mego by state and municipal institutions in accordance with the procedure provided for in regulatory enactments.

Mego does not transfer information to the third parties without a legal basis, as well as registers the persons who have obtained information from Mego in accordance with the procedure provided for in regulatory enactments.

Mego may use personal data processors to process personal data. In such cases, Mego takes the necessary measures to ensure that such personal data processors process personal data according to Mego instructions and in accordance with applicable regulatory enactments and require appropriate security measures to be taken.

Please be informed that personal data are not intended to be sent to a third world country. In certain cases, if it is necessary to transfer your personal data to a third country, we will do so when we have the right to do so and with a sufficient level of protection.

Personal data storage duration

Mego stores personal data according to the defined purposes of personal data processing and the legal bases for personal data processing as long as at least one of the following criteria is met:


Access to your personal data and other rights of the data subject


Profiling is any form of automatic processing of personal data to analyse or predict you. Mego does not do that.



Website cookies

Purpose and legal basis of creating cookies

This website, like many others, uses cookies to help improve the website usage experience and ensure its excellent operation. See detailed purposes in the table listing cookies.

When visiting this website, the user is presented a window with a message that cookies are used on the website. If you accept the cookies, the legal basis for the use of cookies is the user's consent and you confirm that you have read the information about cookies, the purposes of their use, cases when the information is transferred to the third parties.

Personal data protection specialist Āris Augstkalns,

Information about cookies

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Types of cookies and their use

Types of cookies

There are two types of cookies – session or mandatory cookies and persistent cookies. Cookies are also classified as first-party or third-party cookies. The above concepts are explained below in the text, so that you can better understand the nature of cookies and why we use them.

Session or mandatory cookies

Session or mandatory cookies allow to recognize the browser and your device, the Internet Protocol (IP) address assigned to your device when you visit a particular website, to remember any changes or choices on a particular website. Session cookies are non-persistent – they expire when you close the browser in which you browsed the website or end the session on a particular website.


Persistent cookies

Persistent cookies are cookies that are stored on your device with which you browse the website for a specific predefined period of time, in which the time is counted after the end of the website browsing session. Stored cookies allow to use the user's choices or actions on the website every time you visit this website.

First-party cookies

First-party cookies are cookies created by our website. They can be identified by the domain name of our website.

Third-party cookies

Third-party cookies are cookies from websites not belonging to us. The domain names of such websites are different from the domain of our website. Third-party cookies may also be stored on your device with which you browse our website.

The list of cookies used on our website



Cookie type and use (purpose)

Cookie expiration date


Ensures the correct operation of the website

Until the end of the session


Stores the user's cookie acceptance status


Until the end of the session




Provides verification whether the user is human

Confidentiality: Regulations:




Website-related user session – one session


Until the end of the session




Website-related user session – multiple sessions

1 year



Mapping global IDs to different IDs in a single ID

1 year



Set for a short time and then deleted immediately. This cookie contains a random value and is only used to find the top-level domain of the website.





Creating user profile information on all Cxense network websites

1 year

Statistical cookies




Used to distinguish users.

2 years




Used to throttle the request speed

1 minute




Used to distinguish users.

24 hours




Identifies browsers to provide ads and site analysis services

90 days


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