Privacy policy

Trojina, Institute for Applied Slovene Studies is the conference organiser for this event and is committed to protecting the privacy of your personal information. The conference organiser is bound by relevant Slovenian privacy legislation.

Collecting your personal information
It is the conference organiser's usual practice to collect personal information directly from you via form fields either on the conference website or via a hard copy registration form. The conference organiser does not collect personal information about you from any publically available sources or via other means.
The conference organiser does not collect personal information about you if you only browse this website. This website does not use session cookies during a search query of the website or when you access this website.

Using your personal information

The conference organiser only uses your personal information for the purposes for which you give it to the conference organiser and for related, internal management purposes.
The conference organiser does not give your personal information to anyone else unless one of the following applies:
  • you have consented
  • you would reasonably expect that your information be passed on to the recipient as part of the provision of products or services to you ancillary to your registration for this conference
  • it is required or authorised by law
  • it will prevent or lessen a serious and imminent threat to somebody's life or health
  • it is reasonably necessary for the enforcement of the criminal law or of a law imposing a pecuniary penalty, or for the protection of public revenue.

Your access

You may access personal information that the conference organiser holds about you, and you can ask to correct personal information held about you.
If you are on one or more of the conference organiser's email lists, you may opt out of further contact by clicking the unsubscribe option in all emails received by you.

Protecting Personal Information
Personal information collected as part of the registration process is considered privileged. Computers used by Trojina staff are password protected. Paper information is kept in a secure office. Emails to registrants and organizations affiliated with Trojina are sent by blind carbon copy. Trojina does not sell, or otherwise make available its mailing lists. Information is released to other stakeholders only with the written consent of the registrant. During the Conference, the registration desk is monitored at all times by Trojina staff.

Retention and Destruction of Information
Trojina maintains a database of current eLex2011 registrants for the purpose of the eLex2011 conference only. This database is reviewed and information is updated each time a new registration form is received. Staff will remove from the database the names of any registrants who cancel the registration. Paper files that are no longer required are shredded. When computer hardware is discarded, the hard drive is destroyed.

Requesting Access to Personal Information
If, at any time, a registrant wishes to see his or her personal information that is maintained by Trojina, the registrant may contact the conference office and the information will be provided as quickly as possible. If the registrant identifies an error in the personal information, the registrant will be asked to contact Trojina in writing, detailing the error(s) and the information will then be modified accordingly.

Complaints Procedure

In the event that a registrant has a concern with how Trojina is handling personal information, the registrant can reach Trojina member of staff , Karmen Kosem, by contacting Trojina office using one of the methods listed below.

Trojina contact details
Address: Partizanska 5, 4220 Škofja Loka, Slovenia
Offices: Cesta v Kleče 16, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Phone: +386(0)59 063 386
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