Information about the administrator and access to personal data

Identity and contact details of  the administrator

University of Ljubljana

Faculty of Arts

Centre for Slovene as a Second and Foreign Language

Kongresni trg 12, SI-1000 Ljubljana

Contact details of the authorised person for data protection

+386 (0)1 241 86 47

centerslo@ff.uni-lj.si

Purposes for which personal data are processed, the legal basis for their processing and length of data storage

Purpose: Upon each visit to the website https://centerslo.si/ the host automatically saves the daily database on the internet server. On the server that hosts the website data regarding visits to the website is recorded, including the IP address of visitor, the search engine, the date and time, and data on reconnection. The Centre for Slovene as a Second and Foreign Language does not process this data separately and does not connect it with other data. The contracted data processor processes the personal data only for the purposes of maintaining the website https://centerslo.si/.

Legal basis: The aim of these procedures is to ensure the safety of the network and of information, in other words identifying and preventing unauthorised access that might threaten the accessibility, integrity and confidentiality of stored or transferred personal data, as well as the security of related services accessible via these networks and systems.

Length of storage: Storage of the daily database from the internet server is limited to 30 days.

User of personal data

The company contracted by the Centre for Slovene to maintain and host the website https://centerslo.si/

Transfer of personal data to third countries or international organisations

Personal data is not transferred to third countries or international organisations

Information about individual rights

The individual can demand access to their personal data, correction, erasure or limitation of processing, and also has the right to object to processing. To assert these rights contact center-slo@ff.uni-lj.si.

Information about the right to withdraw consent when processing depends on consent

The processing of personal data of visitors to the website is not based on consent.

Information about the right to submit a complaint to the supervisory body

The individual may submit a report on violation of the legislation relating to protection of personal data here.

Is the provision of personal data a statutory or contractual obligation, or an obligation required for the conclusion of an agreement, and must the individual to whom the personal data relates provide the data and what are the consequences if the data are not provided.

On visiting the website, the personal data are transferred to the administrator of the website in order to ensure its functioning.

The presence of automatic decision making, including profiling from Articles 22(1) and (4), and at least in those cases relevant information of the reason for this, as well as the importance and foreseen consequences of this processing for the individual to whom personal data relates.

Automatic decision making and profiling are not implemented.

 

Statement about personal data protection

I. In what instance will the Centre for Slovene contact me?

The Centre for Slovene will contact you if you submit a question or demand to the given email address.

II. Will my personal data be passed on to third parties?

The Centre for Slovene will not pass on to a third party the personal data obtained from visits to the website, except where the law determines otherwise.

III. Can I find out and how which of my personal data are being processed by the Centre for Slovene?

In response to your request in line with current legislation with regard to data pertaining to you, the Centre for Slovene will facilitate inspection of your personal data, their recording or copying, and will furnish you with a list of users to whom the data were transferred, when, on what basis and for what purpose. In order to gain confirmation as to whether your personal data is being processed as well as other information, you can send an email request to the following address: center-slo@ff.uni-lj.si.

IV. Conclusion

The Centre for Slovene commits to protect the confidentiality of the personal data of website users. The collected data will be used exclusively for the purposes for which they were submitted by the users of the website and within the framework of the legal responsibilities of the Centre for Slovene. Personal data and contact information will not be used for other purposes and without the express permission of the website user will not be passed on to third parties, unless the law dictates otherwise. We shall do everything possible to protect your personal data against any kind of violation or abuse. Your questions in relation to the safety of your personal data in using this website can be sent to center-slo@ff.uni-lj.si.

 

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THE KINDS OF COOKIES WE USE:

Name of cookie

Timing of cookie

Purpose

CONSENT

20 years

The cookie that stores your agreement to use Google services.

PH_HPXY_CHECK

1 session

A cookie important for the functioning of the website, which loads upon each visit.

_ga

2 years

Statistics of visits to the website.

_gid

2 years

Statistics of visits to the website.

_gat

10 min

Google Analytics service cookie, which regulates the number of requests sent, contains no data on the user and is erased 10 minutes of installation.

personalization_id

1 year

Cookie Twitter plug-in.

lang

1 day to 2 yrs

Twitter Cookie for language setting.

_fbp, act, c_user, datr, fr, presence, sb, spin, wd, xs

The session length to 2 yrs

Facebook content.

tplis_cl_cookie_policy_accepted

N/A

A cookie that remembers the reception of cookies.

wordpress_logged_in_3054fecbcbdf6e59458543f8aefcff8a

N/A

A cookie that remembers the registered user on the site.

wordpress_sec_3054fecbcbdf6e59458543f8aefcff8a

N/A

Cookie with security setting.

wordpress_test_cookie

N/A

Cookie service Visual Website Optimizer, which monitors anonymous use of the website for the purposes of changing website design proposals.

wp-settings-1

N/A

Installs because of adaptation of viewing the website and (administrative) interface.

wp-settings-time-1

N/A

Installs because of adaptation of viewing the website and (administrative) interface.

PHPSESSID

Erased when browser closed

The cookie enables the saving of sessions among various requests within the system for administering content.

Obligatory cookies

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Tracking cookies

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Functional cookies

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Google Chrome

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Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0

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Mozilla Firefox

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Safari

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Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 on OSX

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Opera

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