CITUS UAB is committed to protecting your information. We comply with the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (2016/679) and other laws that protect your information that we collect, use and store in our Company.


What are cookies?


Cookies are small text files that are stored in the browser of your device (e.g. computer, mobile phone, tablet) when you browse websites. Other technologies, including data we store in your browser or device and identifiers associated with your device and other software, are used for similar purposes. Cookies are widely used to make websites work better and more efficiently. For the purposes of this policy, all such technologies are referred to as "cookies".


Why do you use cookies?


We use cookies:

  • To ensure that the website works as it should;
  • To ensure that you do not have to log in again each time you visit the website;
  • To save your settings during and between visits;
  • To improve website speed/security;
  • To enable you to share pages on social networks such as Facebook, Instagram or LinkedIn;
  • To ensure that when you log in, you can tailor the site to your needs so you can find what you're looking for faster;
  • To continuously improve the website to make it even more attractive to you;
  • To create more effective marketing.


What types of cookies do you use?


  • Strictly necessary cookies

These cookies are necessary on the website to enable the user to navigate and use the website's features, such as remembering information entered on forms when the user moves from one page to another during a browsing session. Without strictly necessary cookies, certain services on the website would not be possible and the website would not function as smoothly as it should. These cookies do not collect any information for marketing purposes and do not remember where you have been online.


  • Analytical cookies

Analytical cookies collect information about the use of the website and help to improve the website. For example, analytical cookies can show which pages are visited most often, help to log website crashes and show whether the advertising displayed on a website is effective. Analytical cookies do not collect personal information about users and all information collected by these cookies is aggregated and anonymous.


  • Functional cookies

Functional cookies allow the website to remember your preferences and provide you with improved and more personalised features. Functional cookies also remember changes you make, such as personalising a particular web page, and in other cases, such as when you watch a video or leave a comment on our website. Functional cookies do not track your actions on other websites.


  • Targeting or advertising cookies

Targeting or advertising cookies are used to show you more interesting and relevant advertisements or to limit the number of times the same advertisement is shown on a website. These types of cookies are also used to measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign. These cookies may be used to remember what you looked at when you visited the website.


Which cookies do you use?


The website uses strictly necessary, analytical and targeting or advertising cookies.


How can I manage cookies?


  • Strictly necessary cookies and analytical cookies are a condition for using our website. If you refuse these types of cookies, we cannot predict how our website will work when you visit it.
  • You can control the use of functional cookies and targeting or advertising cookies by changing your browser settings.
  • Please note that if you delete cookies or disable cookies in the future, you may not be able to access certain parts or features of our website. If you change your cookie settings, this will also affect other websites you visit.


Information about the use of cookies on the website



Purpose Cookie name Cookie expiry date Data used
Tracks whether the user has accepted the privacy policy      
Facebook: differentiating users _fbp 3 months Unique ID
Google Analytics: differentiating users _ga 2 years Short randomly generated ID
Google Analytics: differentiating users _gid 1 day Short randomly generated ID
Google Analytics cookie required to interface with your Google Analytics account _utmt_UA_XXX 6 months  
Google Analytics: stores information about where the user came from, which search engine was used, which link was clicked, which keyword was used __utma, _utmb, _utmc 2 years  

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