Privacy policy

Who operates this website?

The controller of your personal data processing is the civil association ooo with its registered office at Vyšehradská 14, 851 06 in Bratislava, registration number: 53073118 (hereinafter as “ooo”).  

What is the content of this Personal Data Processing Information?

In this Personal Data Processing Information and the Information on the Use of Cookies, we describe how data is collected and processed in connection with visiting or using of this website and our other activities.

Who are we and how can you contact us?

We are a civil association ooo. The contact person for personal data protection is Eva Vozárová –

What personal data do we collect?

When you visit our website, we can place information on your computer that allows us to recognize your device. This information is commonly known as a “cookie”. A cookie is a small file containing letters and numbers that we store in your browser or on your computer’s hard drive with your consent. Cookies allow us to collect certain information about your computer and help us to gather statistical and analytical information about the use of this website and user behavior. Via our website, we collect information about visiting, browsing, and website traffic, but this information is anonymised and we, therefore, do not collect any of your personal data. Only a unique session identifier is stored, allowing us to reload the user’s profile and preferences upon their next visit to this website.

What can you do if you do not consent to the use of cookies?

By viewing this website, the user consents to the use of cookies and their storage in their browser. You are notified of this fact upon visiting this website and you show your consent by continuing to view the website. If you do not consent to the use of cookies, we recommend that you do not visit this website or that you delete and block cookies. If you block cookies, you can still visit this website, but some features may not work properly. You can adjust the cookies used on the website in your web browser. By default, most web browsers are set to accept cookies automatically. You have the right to disable cookies by using a setting in your browser that allows you to refuse all or some cookies, or to be notified when cookies are to be sent to your device. Instructions on how to change the use of cookies can be found in the settings of each browser or in the help menu. If you use multiple devices (computer, smartphone, tablet), we recommend adjusting the use of cookies in each browser. 

With whom do we share your personal data? 

  • Analytical cookies: Google Analytics, USA (anonymised data where no personal data is processed) 
  • Information you share with us when you subscribe to our newsletter: Sendinblue, France, EU

For what purpose do we collect your data?

During your visit or use of the website, we process your data mainly for the following purposes: ensuring the basic functionality of the website, website traffic tracking, and statistical purposes.

The content of this website is for informational purposes only and ooo does not collect or process any personal data in connection with its use that would directly or indirectly identify the user, neither by automated nor any other means.

Your control options and your rights

You can withdraw your consent to the personal data processing at any time and free of charge by sending an email containing the withdrawal of consent to the personal data processing to the email address If there are no legal grounds for processing your personal data, we will immediately start erasing (forgetting) your personal data. The processing time of this request is as fast as technical conditions allow. You can change or revoke your consent to receive the newsletter to your email address at any time directly in the delivered email by clicking on the option “Unsubscribe From the Newsletter”. We guarantee you all rights arising from the applicable legislation.

What types of cookies do we use?

  1. Essential/necessary cookies – these cookies are necessary for the website’s operation and the provision of our services. They do not contain information that could directly identify the visitor. Among other things, they also ensure a functioning switch from http to https, thus complying with increased security requirements for data transfer. These cookies also store your decision about the use of cookies on the website. If you do not allow these cookies, we cannot guarantee that you will be able to use the website’s content.
  2.  Analytics/performance cookies – these collect information about how visitors use the website, they allow us to recognize and count the number of visitors and track how users navigate through the website. They help us improve the functioning of our website, for example by ensuring that users can easily find what they are looking for. We do not collect information that could directly identify visitors. The data are aggregated and anonymous.
  3. Third-Party Cookies – third parties (e.g. web traffic analytics services) may also use cookies over whose storage we have no control. These cookies are likely to be analytics/performance or targeting cookies. This may be the case if the visited website uses a third-party analytics or marketing automation tool (e.g. Google Analytics). As a result, cookies from these third-party services are accepted. You can find more information about the use of these cookies on the websites of the relevant third parties. If you choose not to accept cookies in general (the use of which requires your consent – see below) or withdraw the consent you have previously given, you will only be able to use the website features that do not require cookies. The parts of the website that are technically capable of integrating third-party content and setting/using third- party cookies will be unavailable to you. If you still wish to use the entire content of this website, it is only possible if you accept such cookies via a link located in the relevant section of the website. 

How else can we use your data?

In justified cases, we can make the data obtained via the website available to third parties, in particular to providers of analytical and statistical services. 

In order to fulfill our legal obligations, we may provide data to public authorities, particularly courts and law enforcement authorities, as well as other public administration bodies.

How long will we store your data?

The retention period of data related to the use of the website depends on the type of cookies used. Cookie-related data required for the operation of the website are stored only for the duration of the visit/use of the website. Cookie-related personal data used for analytical and statistical purposes are stored for a reasonably short period of time – no longer than six months after your last visit to the website. 

What else should you know about?

If our website contains links to the websites of our partners and related companies, please note that these websites are separate from our website and have their own personal data protection rules, personal data protection statements, statements on the use of cookies, etc. ooo is not responsible in any way for the content of these websites or for the application (or lack thereof) of personal data rules relating to their use. We recommend that you familiarise yourself with the rules that apply to these websites before using them.

Changes to the Personal Data Processing

Information We may change or amend this Personal Data Processing Information at any time. Without your express consent, such amendment shall in no way affect your rights arising from the relevant generally binding legislation on the protection of personal data.