In the company Od-do arhitektura, Aleš Žmavc – Self-employed in culture – Architect, Prijateljeva ulica 19, Ljubljana, 1000 Ljubljana, tax number: 40894479, register number: 2623951000 (hereinafter: manager) we respect your privacy and are committed to protecting personal data , which we receive from you. We pay great attention to this aspect when carrying out our online activities. Our data protection policy is therefore consistent with the applicable provisions in the field of personal data protection as well as with other legal provisions. In order to protect your data as effectively as possible against accidental or intentional manipulation, loss of data and its destruction, or to prevent unauthorized third parties from accessing it, we use technical and organizational security measures, which we upgrade in accordance with technological developments and legal changes. In the following, we will inform you which of your personal data we collect and what we use them for, how we protect your data and how you can change your data yourself.
You can visit our website without providing your personal information. Providing personal data is only necessary when filling out the following forms.
The personal data we collect about you are:
Name and surname
Tel. no. / GSM
We collect, use and process personal data received by filling out the “Contact us” form for the purpose of keeping records of the number of inquiries and communication by e-mail or telephone.
All the mentioned data are permanently stored on the server in the internal CRM system of the manager, for the sake of traceability and guaranteeing the quality of services. In the Od-do arhitektura company, Matic Škarabot s.p. we can use personal data in an anonymized summary form for the purposes of basic analyzes of satisfaction with our services. Under no circumstances will we hand over your personal data to unauthorized persons. The data we collect and process will be disclosed in the event that such an obligation is stipulated by law, or in good faith that such action is necessary for proceedings before courts or other state authorities and for the protection and realization of the administrator’s legitimate interests. The user himself is also responsible for the protection of personal data, namely by ensuring the security of the computer and the system running on it, with which he makes orders.
You have the right, upon your own request and free of charge, to receive information about which of your personal data we have stored. Furthermore, you have the right to request the correction, deletion or prohibition of the use of incorrect data. In certain circumstances, the deletion of data may be contrary to legal regulations, especially if the data is intended for accounting and bookkeeping purposes. You can request at any time:
Correction of your personal data by sending a written request to the address firstname.lastname@example.org. Permanent deletion of personal data that the administrator keeps about you by sending a written request to the address email@example.com. Export and access to personal data in electronic form, which the manager keeps about you, by sending a written request to the address firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Aleš Žmavc – Self-employed in culture – Architect
Prijateljeva ulica 19, Ljubljana, 1000 Ljubljana
Matic Škarabot – Self-employed in culture, Architect
Ulica Lojzeta Hrovata 6, Kranj, 4000 Kranj
t: +386 (0)0 0000 000
Date: 23 November 2020