Owner and manager of this website:
Ribičičeva ulica 33
On this website you can find general information on the EP1C, d.o.o. company and its services.
EP1C, d.o.o. shall endeavour to provide accurate and up-to-date data published on this website. All data are given only for information purposes and shall bear no legal consequences, unless expressly specified.
EP1C, d.o.o. shall manage the website with due care in order to provide accurate information and up-to-date data and shall take no responsibility in terms of their accuracy or integrity. EP1C, d.o.o. shall not be responsible for any damage arising from the existence, access, use or inability to use the website. The company reserves the right to change the content of this website, at any time and in any manner, regardless of the reason and without any prior notice.
Pursuant to the Copyright and Related Rights Act (ZASP), EP1C, d.o.o. is the owner of copyright on copyrighted content in its broadest sense (graphical elements, photos, illustrations or other representations of text) published on the website. This means that it is prohibited to copy, transcribe, reproduce or disseminate any part or the whole content of the website.
As an exception, it is allowed to use or reproduce copyright works on the basis of the public right to information, for educational purposes and for indicative purposes, confrontation and referral in citation form, however in this case it is necessary to state the source and authorship of the work. It is also permitted to use and reproduce the copyright work in a limited number for private, non-commercial use.
Protection of privacy
In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and other applicable legislation on the personal data protection, EP1C, d.o.o. pays special attention to protecting privacy of information obtained from users of the website, and personal data provided to EP1C, d.o.o. by users.
Your data are processed with a view to offer you the best experience of our services and at the same time provide the highest degree of due care in the field of protection and discretion in storing and processing your personal data.
As a user of the website you are entitled to request:
- access to your personal data and information on which personal data are processed and for what purposes;
- limitation of processing or deletion of your personal data from our databases;
- correction of your personal data if they are incompletely recorded in our database;
- transfer of personal data from our database to other personal data processor or controller;
- objection in the event that the processing is intended for direct marketing, including all profiling procedures; while it is our duty to guarantee you to exercise these rights.
The rights shall be exercised with a written request submitted to the e-mail address: email@example.com. Users may temporarily or permanently revoke their consent for personal data processing, in full or in part (for one or several specific documents). In the same way, they may also express their will in terms of communication channels. Revocation of the consent does not affect the lawfulness of processing executed on the basis of the consent before its revocation.
Users shall also be entitled to file a complaint with the Information Commissioner of the Republic of Slovenia, if they believe that their personal data are stored or processed contrary to the applicable regulations governing the personal data protection.
Data processed and the purpose of processing
You may visit our website without providing your personal data. We collect your personal data only if you send them by yourselves; namely you must provide your personal data only if your wish to contact us through our website, if you subscribe to e-newsletter, or to complete an on-line questionnaire.
In addition to personal data you provide, we also collect information through cookies. This information may include: website through which you have linked to our website, website you visit from our website, duration of your visit to our website. The last three characters of your IP address are immediately anonymised which prevents us to identify you through IP address.
The data you provide to be used or which we collect through cookies are processed for the following purposes:
- for statistical purposes and for collecting demographic data and fields of interest of users of our website, but only in a way which prevents the identification of users;
- to detect server problems and arrange the website;
- to make an offer and delivery of services about which users are enquiring through our website;
- for other purposes requested by users or agreed on by users, unless otherwise prescribed by law.
A cookie is a small text file that is saved on your device during your visit of the website and the web-page issuing the respective cookie recognises the device. Cookies are used to improve the operation of the website and user experience during the visit. Cookies do not contain or collect information that would enable identification of an individual; however if users provide this data to the website by themselves, e.g. through registration, this can be linked with the data stored in the cookie. If a server reads the cookie together with the web browser, this can assist the website in providing user-friendly services. Only the server which has sent the cookie can read and use it.
Some cookies we use are temporary, while some remain stored on your device for a certain period, also after you leave our website.
However, persistent cookies remain stored also after the user closes the browser and ends the session. Websites use this kind of cookies, for example, to store information on registration, website language settings, etc. and also to create profiles of users and analyse website traffic. Persistent cookies may remain in a computer for several days, months or even years. These are Google Analytics cookies, which are used to establish how you move on our website, which content interest you and how long is your visit. Based on this, we may arrange the content of the website and adjust it to users' needs.
1st party cookies come from the website viewed by a user and may be persistent or temporary. Websites use these cookies to store information that will be used again when the user visits the website next time.
3rd party cookies originate from other, partner websites (which for example show ads on the original website or measure website traffic). In this way, third parties may collect data on users from different websites and use them for different purposes: advertising, analysis, improvement of their products. This kind of cookies represents a greater invasion of user privacy.
Why are cookies important?
Cookies are relevant to the functioning of websites and essential to ensuring user-friendly on-line services that improve user experience. Websites operate at optimum performance when cookies are enabled.
Cookies are used by the majority of websites for different purposes:
- to improve user experience of the website, they adjust the display of content according to previous visits;
- to store the choice in creating a narrower selection of devices and offers and their comparison; in sections of websites where login is required they keep users logged in;
- to recognise the user's device (computer, tablet, mobile device) which enables the adjustment of content display to the user's device;
- to collect statistics on the habits of an on-line user - since through them the frequency of visits to a certain website can be monitored;
- to monitor the visits, which enables troubleshooting, verifying the efficiency of content display and relevance of ads and continuous improvement of websites;
- cookies are necessary to enable the operation of certain services (e.g. on-line banks, on-line stores and other forms of e-business, etc.).
Storage of personal data
Data are stored as long as this is required to achieve the purpose, for which they have been collected or further processed, or until the expiry of limitation periods for fulfilling the obligations or legally prescribed storage period.
After the expiry of service relationship, data on clients are stored until we receive a full payment of services, but no longer than the expiry of limitation period for our claims related to provision of services, unless the law lays down a longer storage period.
Other data obtained on the basis of your consent are stored for the term of our cooperation and 2 years after its expiry, unless the law lays down a longer storage period. If the client giving the consent for processing of personal data has not entered a business relationship with us, its consent applies 2 years from the date it has been given. As a taxable person by law governing the value added tax, we must provide the storage of invoices for 10 years after the year the invoices refer to.
After the storage period expires, the data are deleted, destroyed, blocked or made anonymous, unless the law lays down otherwise for an individual type of data.
If these terms and conditions of personal data processing do not govern certain areas, the applicable legislation must be used instead.
We reserve the right to change these terms and conditions of processing.
The respective terms and conditions apply from 6 October 2020