Collection of personal data

For business purposes, we collect the following information about registered users on our website. In order to meet the needs of EU legislation, we need to inform you what data we record. We are also obliged to inform you how we store this data.
Personal data:

  •  first and last name - used to prepare the order
  •  delivery address or invoice - used to prepare the order and for delivery
  •  email address - used for order notification
  •  company or name of the legal entity (if the user of the website is a legal entity) - for the preparation of the offer/execution of the order
  •  tax number of a legal entity (if the user of the website is a legal entity) - for the preparation of an offer/execution of an order
  •  password in encrypted form if it is a registered user - used to place the order of the registered user
  •  time and date of registration, if it is a registered user - used to submit and review the orders of the registered user
  •  telephone number - for easier communication with the customer
  •  other data that the user voluntarily enters into any contact forms on our website
  •  The IP address of the visitor in an anonymous form that does not allow identification - for easier separation of users and when analyzing the website, which allows us to improve the user experience
  •  communication with individual customers


We are not responsible for the correctness, completeness and up-to-dateness of the data entered by users. All information you provide us is stored securely and will never be passed on to third parties. The data is intended exclusively for the purposes specified when you provide us with your data.

User anonymity and personal information

Server log files are recorded for the purpose of analyzing and determining the functioning of the website. They do not include any personal data.

Our organization (Mediatis d.o.o.) will not try to identify individual users. We must warn you that when you visit websites, your internet or network service provider may record and create log records. This is done by the web/network service provider and is not part of our organization's responsibility.

We will perform an identification attempt only in the event that we have a reasonable suspicion that the user has attempted to access our computer systems in an unauthorized manner or our online services. In the event that problems arise when using the website or procedure is not clear enough for the user, we reserve the right to contact the visitor/consumer using means of remote communication.

User registration for our newsletter

Users have the option to sign up for our e-newsletter, where we inform them about our promotions and news. Registration is completely voluntary and is not conditional on submitting an inquiry or submitting a message via the contact form. Registration is confirmed in such a way that the user receives a confirmation message after registration (double opt-in). This ensures that the user of this e-mail box is indeed logged in. The user can unsubscribe from our e-mail list at any time. Registration is possible via an online form or when placing an order / online purchase.

Our newsletters and commercial messages vi e-mail will contain the following components:

  • It will be clear and marked that the message is commercial.
  • It will be clear who the sender is.
  • In the case of special offers and promotions, marketing techniques will also be marked in this way. The conditions of participation in these offers will be determined.
  • Unsubscribing from newsletters/messages will be made possible in a clear and clearly visible way.
  • In the event that the user unsubscribes from e-mails, we will also strictly respect and take into account this wish.

Information about data that the website stores about users

Users of the website can at any time request the operator of the website (Mediatis d.o.o.) to provide them with data whose personal data about the user is stored in the databases of the website. The user also has the right to request the deletion of all data stored in the webiste databases. You can submit these requests by sending us your request to the e-mail address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. You can also do this with a written request sent by post to the address: Mediatis, d.o.o., Vodnikova cesta 130, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia.

We will forward the data to you or deleted within the statutory period. At your request, we also provide you with data in such a form that the user can, at his request, forward it to third parties.

Security of personal data

The company Mediatis d.o.o. guarantees you that the data stored on our website is adequately protected. Adequate measures are also taken to prevent intrusion into our bases. In the event of an intrusion and theft of personal data, we will notify users within 72 hours. The data we process and collect will only be disclosed if there is a statutory obligation or in good faith that this is necessary for proceedings before state authorities, courts and for the protection and realization of our legitimate interests.


The manager of the website is the company Mediatis d.o.o., which is also the owner of the website. All rights reserved. The website may also contain content (e.g. photos, videos, etc.) for which third parties have copyright. If you want this information or to forward materials from the website to third parties, it is mandatory to obtain the prior consent of the owner. We reserve the right to change the content and terms without prior notice. We reserve the right to make errors, incorrect publications and entries on the website. Upon discovery, we will try to eliminate them as soon as possible.

Website analytics

Our website uses internal analytics to analyze the website visit, which does not use any cookies. All data is stored on our server in Slovenia. The IP address is stored in an anonymous form, so that the identification of the individual user is disabled. We use the data to review the operation of the website and for possible improvements and to improve the user experience.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that most websites (in addition to websites, e-mail messages, online services, advertising and interactive applications) download to users' devices (computer, mobile device, etc.) when they visit a certain website and usually contain:

  • the name of the server from which the cookie was sent;
  • lifetime of the cookie;
  • value - a simple randomly generated unique number.

On each subsequent visit, the website will obtain information about the loaded cookie and recognize the user's device.

The cookie itself does not contain or collect information that would enable the identification of an individual, but if users provide this information to the website themselves, for example by registering, they can be linked to the data stored in the cookie. If the server reads the cookie together with the web browser, this can help the website to provide more user-friendly services. Only the server that sent the cookie can read and use this cookie.

Types of cookies:

  • Temporary or session cookies "live" from the moment the user opens the browser until the moment the session ends and the browser is closed. Websites use them to store temporary information, such as shopping cart items, for increased security in online banking, etc. Since such cookies are stored for a shorter period of time, their invasiveness for the user's privacy may be less.
  • Persistent cookies remain saved even when the user closes the browser and ends the session. Websites use them e.g. to store registration information, page language settings, etc., as well as to build user profiles and analyze traffic. Persistent cookies can remain on your computer for days, months or even years.
  • Own cookies (1st party cookies) are from the website the user is viewing and can be permanent or temporary. Websites use these cookies to store information that will be used again the next time the user visits the site
  • Other cookies (3rd party cookies) originate from other, partner websites (which, for example, display advertisements on the original website or measure traffic). In this way, third parties can collect user data from various websites and use it for various purposes: from advertising, analytics, to improving their products. Such cookies represent a major invasion of the user's privacy.

Why are cookies necessary?

Cookies are important for the functioning of websites and are fundamental to providing user-friendly online services that improve the user experience. The most common e-business functions would not be possible without cookies.

Why do websites use cookies?

Websites work optimally when cookies are enabled. Most websites use cookies for various purposes:

· for a better user experience of the website, adjust the display of content to visitors based on past visits;

· to save choices when creating a shortlist of devices and offers and comparing them;

· keep users logged in on parts of the website where login is required;

· to identify the user's device (computer, tablet, mobile device), which enables the content display to be adjusted to the user's device;

· for the collection of various statistics on the habits of the web user - since only with them can the frequency of visiting a certain website be monitored;

· to monitor the visit, which enables the detection and correction of errors, the verification of the effectiveness of the display of content and the relevance of advertisements, and the continuous improvement of websites;

· they are necessary for the operation of certain services (e.g. online banks, online shops and other forms of e-business...).

What cookies does our website use?

this website only uses cookies that are necessary for the normal functioning of the website - first party cookies. The name is displayed as a random sequence of alphanumeric characters. In addition to these, we also use jbcookies cookies, with the help of which confirmation of our cookie policy is saved. You accept this when you visit our site by confirming it in the "banner" at the bottom of the website. You can turn off cookies by rejecting all cookies, but in this case the website will not function normally.

Disabling cookies

The storage of cookies is under the full control of the browser used by the user - it can limit or disable the storage of cookies as desired. The user always has the option to accept or reject cookies.

Most web browsers automatically accept cookies!

If the user wants to reject the use of cookies, he can change the default setting of the browser in such a way that the computer rejects cookies or receives a warning before the cookie is saved.

Information about cookie settings is available for each individual browser.

By turning off cookies, some features of the website may become disabled.