Protection of personal data

PRI VOVKU d.o.o. protects all personal data provided via the website in accordance with applicable legislation. We treat all provided personal data strictly confidential and only for the purpose for which they were provided to us.

Our websites are created and maintained with the greatest possible care. Regardless, PRI VOVKU d.o.o. does not guarantee the correctness, up-to-dateness or completeness of all information on the website. PRI VOVKU d.o.o. is therefore not responsible for occasional non-operation of the site, possible incorrectness of information and also not for possible damage caused by the use of incorrect, out-of-date or incomplete information. PRI VOVKU d.o.o. nor any legal or physical person who participated in the creation of the content of the websites, is not responsible for any damage arising from the access, use or impossibility of using the information on these websites or for any errors and deficiencies in their content.

The entire content of these websites is protected as a copyright or other form of intellectual property. All copyright and other intellectual property rights belong to PRI VOVKU d.o.o.. Users are informed that documents published on these websites may not be copied, reproduced or otherwise disseminated for commercial purposes without the express written permission of PRI VOVKU d.o.o..

Trademarks, trade names or company names mentioned herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

Links to other web pages and content accessible through these pages
Our website may contain links to other websites whose data protection may be different from ours. When linking to them, visitors should check their privacy policy posted on their sites.

Change of data protection policy
PRI VOVKU d.o.o. may change its data protection policy from time to time. If the policy changes, we will post the revised statement here and update the date of the last change. If you have any questions about this privacy policy or would like more information about our privacy practices, please contact us using the contact details on this website.

Date last modified: July 12, 2023



The new Act on Electronic Communications (Official Gazette No. 109/2012), ZEKom-1, introduced new rules regarding the use of cookies and similar technologies for storing information or accessing information stored on users’ computers, tablets or mobile devices.User privacy is very important to us, which is why we strive to provide users with all the information about the cookies we use on our websites in order to enable better functioning of the websites and a more pleasant user experience.

With the help of cookies, the user’s device stores unique data about the user or the settings he has chosen on the individual website.

We will carefully protect the obtained information and data and use them exclusively for the purposes of providing the online service, analysis of use and functionalities that we could not provide without cookies.

About cookies

Cookies are nothing new, all website visitors already have many cookies from various websites saved on their computers, tablets and mobile devices. Cookies are not software and are not harmful to the user’s computer. They do not contain computer code and do not store sensitive data that could lead to user identification. Cookies are not harmful and are always limited in time.

Their storage is under the full control of the user’s browser. The user can limit or disable the storage of cookies as desired. The user can set permissions for the installation of cookies at any time in his web browser, which he uses to access the website.

What are cookies
Cookies are small text files that are stored on the user’s device with which the user accessed the website when visiting the website. These text files usually contain: the name of the server from which the cookie was sent; lifetime of the cookie; value – a simple randomly generated unique number.

The cookie itself does not contain or collect information. The website can use it to remember information about the user’s visit, such as the selected language and other settings. In this way, the user’s next visit to the same page can be easier and more convenient. Cookies play an important role, using the web would be much less pleasant without them. Cookies are used to store usernames, passwords and settings. They enable faster operation and more personal service for users. If the website does not use cookies, it recognizes the user as a new visitor each time he visits the website or moves to a new page.

Cookies can be set by the website that the user has visited or other websites that display the content that he is viewing (so-called third-party cookies, for example Google Maps, the Google map that is present on almost every website and shows the exact location of an entity) . Each cookie is unique to the browser it uses to visit websites.

You can find more information about cookies here.

Why cookies are necessary
Cookies are fundamental for providing user-friendly online services. The interaction between the web user and the website is faster and easier with the help of cookies. With their help, the website remembers the individual’s wishes, interests and experiences, thereby saving time and making browsing more efficient and friendly.

Which cookies we use on our website
This website uses a necessary temporary session cookie, which is automatically deleted when the user leaves our website, and cookies that ensure the correct display of WordPress pages and that do not collect any personal data. The integrated Google map (Google Maps) uses cookies that allow the map to save information about which browser the user is using and what the settings are when using the map.

The table below lists the main cookies used on this website, explaining what they do and how long they are present on the user’s device.

Data controller The name of the cookie Duration Purpose wordpress_sec_29850decefeff6063ffbc76651f7c4c6 Session wp-settings-time-2 1 year fusionredux_current_tab 6 months wordpress_logged_in_29850decefeff6063ffbc76651f7c4c6 Session PHPSESSID Session cookieyes-consent 1 year _snow_id.8d70 1 year wordpress_test_cookie Session wp-settings-2 1 year
Google Inc. privacy_embeds 6 months

Enabling and disabling cookies in your browser
Many web browsers offer the option of pre-warning or blocking cookies. Please be aware that if you delete our cookies or block further cookies, you may no longer be able to access certain parts or content of our website. This could mean, for example, that you might have trouble logging in. You can get more information about deleting or managing cookies at .

1. Google Chrome
In the browser, click on the Settings icon (located in the upper right corner by default) and select the Tools menu
Select “Settings” from the Tools menu
Click on “Show additional settings” in the lower part of the menu
Select the “Content Settings” button under “Privacy”
Enable cookies: select the “Allow setting of local data (recommended)” option
Disable cookies: select the option “Prevent sites from setting any data”
Please note: In the Chrome browser, there are different levels at which cookies can be enabled or disabled. For more information, check the following Google website about cookie settings in Chrome:

2. Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0
Click on the “Tools” icon in the upper corner of your browser and select “Internet Options”
Select the “Privacy” tab from the options menu
Enable cookies: Move the slider to “Medium” or “Low”
Disable cookies: Move the slider to the top to “Block all cookies”
Please note: In Explorer, there are different levels at which cookies can be enabled or disabled. For more information, check the following Microsoft website about cookie settings in Internet Explorer:

3. Mozilla Firefox
Click on the “Settings” icon in your browser and select “Options”
Select the “Privacy” icon
Enable cookies: tick “Allow cookies from websites”
Disable cookies: tick “Allow cookies from websites”
Please note: In Firefox, there are different levels at which cookies can be enabled or disabled. For more information, check the following Mozilla website about cookie settings in Firefox:

4. Opera
Click on “Settings” in your browser and select “Settings”
Select “Quick Settings”
Enable cookies: tick “Allow cookies”
Disable cookies: tick “Allow cookies”
Please note: in the Opera browser, there are different levels at which cookies can be enabled or disabled. For more information, check the following Opera Software website about cookie settings in Opera:

5. Safari
Click on “Safari” in the menu and select the “Settings” option
Click on “Security”
Enable cookies: Select “Only from the website I visited” in the “Allow cookies” section
Disable cookies: “Select “Never” in the “Allow cookies” section
Please note: there are different levels at which cookies can be enabled or disabled in the Safari browser. For more information, check the following Apple website about cookie settings in Safari:

6. Other browsers
Look for the “Help” icon in your browser or contact your browser supplier/manufacturer.
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Additional questions
Any further questions about cookies can be sent to us by email