Legal background

The foundations for the message are the changes of the Electronic Communications Act (Official Journal of the Republic of Slovenia, no. 109/2012), which became valid in the beginning of the year 2013 and have brought the new rules regarding the use of cookies and similar technologies for the storage of information or access to information, stored on the computer or the mobile device of the user.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a file which stores the web page setup. Web sites store cookies into the user devices used for accessing the internet with the purpose to recognize individual devices and setups that the users have used during access. Cookies enable the web sites to recognize if the user has already visited the web site in question. The advanced applications can use them to adjust individual setups. The storage of cookies is completely controlled by the user’s browser, so s/he can limit or disable the storage of cookies.

Why are cookies needed?

Cookies are essential for the user friendly web services. They are used for the storage of the performance of an individual web site (details of adjustments of the individual web sites), they help executing web services (e.g., web commerce) and with gathering the statistics on users and visits of the web site as well as about the habits of the web user etc. The cookies help us to estimate the efficiency of our web site scheme.

Control of cookies

Storage and management of cookies are under complete control of the user's browser. The browser can limit or disable the storage of cookies as wished. Cookies saved by the browser can be erased, instructions can be found on the web pages of individual browsers:

Cookies that are used on this web site

PHPSESSID Identifies the user session.
DK_AUID Identifies the anonymous user for the purpose of the recommender functionality.
EuCookieLaw Depicts that you have hidden the notice on cookies.
Measuring the web site visits with Google Analytics (the tool for the analytical data by Google)
Google Analytics Privacy Policy / Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on
Data for AddThis button that enables you to publish and share links on various social networks. Disable AddThis tracking (opt-out)
Project partners
Operation part financed by the European Union, European Regional Development Fund and Ministry of Education, Science and Sport in the framework of the Operational Programme for Strengthening Regional Development Potentials for Period 2007 - 2013.
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