Personal data protection on the State Portal of the Republic of Slovenia
PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
We assure you that the personal data you mediate to us in any way will be:
We also assure that your personal data will not be:
- unconditionally protected and managed in compliance with the Personal Data Protection Act (ZVOP-1, Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia, No. 86/2004, 113/2005);
- used only for the purposes of sending you the information you requested;
- kept and used only for the time necessary to achieve the purpose for which they have been processed;
- erased, destroyed or made anonymous after the purpose of their processing has been achieved, except when otherwise provided by law.
You can access, modify or delete your personal data at any time – upon registration or later by sending a request to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- under any circumstances used, disclosed or imparted to third persons or institutions without your consent, except in cases set by the law;
- used for any purposes that are not in accordance with the law or for any purposes which could be in any way harmful to you;
- used in such way as to send you any undesired commercial electronic mail or otherwise violate your privacy.
Upon receiving a written request to the address stated above, we assure to the users to:
We assure you to accept all the procedures and measures in accordance to the law to protect personal data and to prevent accidental or intentional unauthorized processing, modification, loss and destruction of personal data by:
- enable every user to examine the data catalogue, to examine and to transcript the personal data that is contained in the personal database and is related to the user;
- mediate to the user a copy of the personal data that is contained in the personal database and is related to the user;
- mediate to the user the list of individuals to whom the personal data that is contained in the catalogue and is related to the user has been imparted in accordance to the Article 22 of the Personal Data Protection Act;
- enable every user to examine the sources which records on an individual are based on, and method of processing;
- provide information on the purpose of personal data retention, on type of maintained personal data, and provide any additional information regarding its management;
- complete or correct the personal data that is discovered to be incomplete, inaccurate or out of date;
- delete or block access to some or all of the personal data upon the user's request.
The content of the personal data protection declaration can change anytime without prior notice and users' agreement.
- protecting premises, hardware (including input-output units) and system software;
- protecting the applications software for personal data processing;
- preventing unauthorized access to personal data during transfer, including during transfer by means of telecommunications networks;
- ensuring safe and reliable methods of blocking and destruction of personal data records and methods for making these records anonymous;
- making it possible to establish subsequently when individual personal data items have been used or entered into a database and by whom, for the period when the legal protection of the rights of an individual can be exercised against any unauthorized imparting of personal data.
USE OF INFORMATION
Unless explicitly stated otherwise all the information and other creations on the e-uprava portal, which users can access, information of public character and free of special copyright protection. Use is authorized, provided the reproduction of the content is correct and the source (the State Portal e-uprava.gov.si) and eventual authorship is acknowledged, save where otherwise stated, and the title “Public information of Slovenia” is added to the information.
The exception does not refer to official texts from legislative, administrational and judicial field, which are considered to be unprotected creations under the Personal Data Protection Act and can be used, resumed or reproduced without an acknowledgement of source.
Violation of the provisions identified above results in criminal, civil and other liability for potential consequences.