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Copyright protection

The content of this web site is entirely copyright-protected by the Information Commissioner. Content from this web site can be communicated further without special permission, with references to source of information. The texts should not be communicated in a way that could change the purpose or meaning of the original.


The content of the web site of the Information Commissioner could be used exclusively for personal use and at personal risk. The user accepts and carries out all the risks that may arising by using the content of the website.

The Information Commissioner is not responsible for the activities of users that involve misuse of the contents of this web site, nor is it responsible for any damages that may arise to the user or any other third party in connection with the use or misuse of the contents of this web site.

External sources of information

The web site of the Information Commissioner contains external sources of information, mainly in the form of links (links) to other online content created by third parties.

The Information Commissioner has no control over other websites and fully discharges any liability for the damage resulting from visiting content on websites created by third parties. The Information Commissioner is not responsible for content on external data sources that can lead to links.

The Information Officer waives all responsibility for the consequences of visiting external information sources.

Personal Data Protection

The Information Commissioner respects the privacy of website visitors and does not collect their personal information. The Information Commissioner will collect personal information such as name, address, email address or phone number only when voluntarily submitted by visitors through provided online forms or other means of communication.

The Information Commissioner will use the collected data to meet the individual requirements of the user and to provide the services the user has requested, and exclusively for the purpose for which the sender has given his authorisation. The Information Commissioner shall not transfer any collected data to a third party without the user’s consent.

The senders who provides personal information electronically should take into account the limitations of modern information and communication technologies in terms of security and protection of personal data.

The Information Commission reserves the right to modify, supplement or remove the published content of its web site and will not be liable for any possible consequences resulting from alterations, additions or deletions of content.