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OPENS is dedicated to the privacy protection of all visitors of the website www.opens2019.rs and the protection of all personal data provided by the Users.
This Privacy Protection shall be related to our website and all contents, events, activities and programs organised and implemented by OPENS, in relation to General Data Protection Regulation (hereinafter: “GDPR”).
What are personal data?
Personal data are information on an individual, defined by an applicable law, such as: name, surname, e-mail address, telephone number, year of birth, address of residence.
Information Obtained from the User
The Users may visit our website without the disclosure of any personal information. Our servers shall obtain the IP addresses of the Users, but not their e-mail addresses.
Still, for certain parts of our website, it is necessary to obtain personal data of the Users for a particular use - e.g. in order to provide the Users with the information requested or during the log-in.
OPENS shall do that by an online template and every time the Users send their data via e-mail.
The information obtained by OPENS may include name and surname of the Users, e-mail address, mobile telephone number, year of birth and name of the town in which the Users live, but also other contact data, details on the visit of the Users to our website and the information obtained by Cookies and other monitoring technologies, without the limitation to the IP address of the Users, domain name, Internet browser version and operating system, data on location, log-in and traffic and other data on communication.
Shall the Users contact OPENS, the trace on the correspondence can be stored.
Use of the Obtained Information
The source IP addresses of the Users which OPENS obtains are not used for personal identification of the Users, but are aggregated for the measurement of the number of visits, average time the Users spend on our website, number of visited pages, etc.
Such information is used for the measurement of the use of our website and improvement of its contents.
Personal data obtained by OPENS via website can be used for the purpose of:
Limitation of the Liability
The information provided to OPENS by the Users shall be stored in our data base and can be available to our employees, as well as third parties, business partners, state authorities and representatives of the law, legal successors of our business and vendors engaged in the management of data on our behalf, some of which can be outside the European Economic Community, which use them on our behalf for the purposes stated herein.
With the purpose of the provision of our services, it is possible that we will share your data with the third party service providers who process the data on our behalf. If you send us your data, you shall agree with that.
Also, OPENS can transfer aggregate information on the use of our website to third parties, which do not refer to the information by which the Users can be identified.
We shall retain the right of disclosing the Users’ personal data in accordance with the law or when we assume that the disclosure is necessary for the protection of our rights and/or compliance with a court proceeding, court warrants, regulator’s request or any other legal process related to us. If that is not required by a law, without your consent, we will not share, sell or distribute any information provided in any manner.
Finally, if OPENS enters a joint venture or be sold, i.e. merged to other legal entity, the information of the Users may be shared with the new business partners or owners.
Users Aged 16 and Younger
If the Users are 16 years old or younger, it is necessary that they obtain the permit of a parent, i.e. guardian, before the provision of any personal information to OPENS. The Users without the consent cannot provide personal information.
Safety of the Obtained Information and Retention of Data
OPENS shall apply strict physical, electronic and administrative protection measures in order to protect the information of the Users from the access of unauthorised persons, against illegal processing, accidental loss, destruction and damage online.
The information from the Users shall be retained within a reasonable period of time, i.e. within the period stipulated by the law.
Online Transfers and Disclaimer
Taking into account that the Internet is a global surrounding, the use of the website for the collection and processing of personal data must include the transfer of data at the international level. Therefore, by the access and visit to this website, as well as the electronic communication with OPENS, the Users shall accept and agree with this manner of data management.
Despite the fact that OPENS shall implement understandable measures for the protection of viruses and other malicious components, the nature of the Internet is such that it is impossible to ensure that the Users’ access to the website will be without interruptions or errors, since the Users are responsible for the safety of their points of access to the website (desktop computer/laptop and mobile device) and their internet connection.
It is recommended that the Users access the website via known and reliable access points and the Internet, as well as to protect themselves by the use of antivirus program.
Access and Update of the Information
The Users shall be entitled to see which personal information of theirs OPENS uses and to request the necessary changes for such information to be correct and truthful (OPENS micro websites).
Changes of these Rules
In the header of these two documents, the date of update will be stated.
In accordance with the GRPR regulation, the Users have the right to:
Your Approval of These Terms and Conditions
This website uses Google Analytics and Facebook pixel to collect anonymous information such as the number of visitors to the site, and the most popular pages.
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If you have any further questions, please contact us on: email@example.com
1. Does OPENS use the cookies?
We use the cookies in order to ensure the best experience possible for the visitors of our website. By continuing to use our website, you shall accept the Cookies necessary for the functioning of the website.
2. What is a Cookie?
The Cookies are a standard function of the Internet websites which enable the storage of a small quantity of data on the visits to the website, in the form of textual files on the Users’ computers. The Cookies have wide application, enabling significant improvements of functionality - they enable the efficiency by the identification of the device of the Users, for the purpose of making the use of the website easier (by memorizing selected settings of the Users). Also, the Cookies obtain the information about which parts of the website are useful, and which need improvement, but also help with the provision of the personalized content to the Users through targeted advertisements, thanks to the monitoring of the use of the website by the Users.
3. What types of Cookies are there?
FIRST-PARTY AND THIRD-PARTY COOKIES
First-Party and Third-Party Cookies enable websites to recognize whether the Users have accessed our website before, using the same browser - which in many cases influences the content which will be shown to the Users. In case the Users reject the use of all Cookies on the website, Cookies of the First-Party or Third-Party will not be used. In that manner, there will be no difference between these two types of Cookies.
When the Users visit the website for the first time, the browser of the Users who have accessed the website shall overtake the Cookies. Next time the same Users access the website from the same device, the Cookie and the information contained in it will return to the website which has overtaken it (that is the First-Party Cookie) or to other location to which it belongs (that is the Third-Party Cookie).
PERMANENT AND SESSION COOKIES
In terms of the lifetime of Cookies, there are so-called permanent and session Cookies. Permanent Cookies are stored on the Users’ computers until their lifetimes expire or until the Users delete them. Session Cookies are eliminated from the Users’ computers after the Users close their browsers. When visiting our website, the Users may accept Cookies in the manner described below. Generally, the Users may select whether they accept or reject the use of the Cookies by the change of settings in their browsers.
If the Users reject the use of other Cookies that does not necessarily influences their Users’ experience and the functionality of the website.
If the Users reject the use of all Cookies, First-Party and Third-Party Cookies will be deactivated. Apart from that, First-Party Cookies will also be deleted, while OPENS is not able to delete any Third-Party Cookie. Therefore, it is necessary that the Users delete the Third-Party Cookies themselves, which can be done only within the settings of the browsers used by the Users (more information below).
Deactivation and/or Removal of Cookies via Users’ Browsers
If they want to, the Users can change the settings of the Cookies in the Internet browser. Such settings are usually in the menu of the Internet browsers under: options, tools or preferences. For more information, it is necessary to see the item help in the menu of the Internet browser. Different browsers can use different mechanisms for disabling Cookies, thus the Users can find more information about that on the following links:
The same principles shall apply to the deletion of former and activation of new cookies. Therefore, it is necessary that the Users follow the adequate guidelines of the Internet browser as described above.
There are those online tools for the deletion and clearing of all Cookies which are left by the website and other Internet pages the Users have visited (e.g. ).
5. WHAT COOKIES DO WE USE?
Different types of Cookies which OPENS and third parties use at our website are given below (Strictly Mandatory Cookies, Performance Cookies, Functional Cookies, Targeted Cookies [cookies for social media])
a) Strictly Mandatory Cookies
1. Cookies which are only used for the transfer of communication via internet;
2. Cookies which are strictly necessary for the provision of the service explicitly required by the Users
The use of the Strictly Mandatory Cookies for the above stated purposes is based on our justified attempts to ensure the regular technical functioning, access and use of our website to the Users, and to provide them the services they have explicitly required.
b) Performance cookies:
Performance cookies are used for the provision of statistical data on the website performances (e.g. counting the visits, sources of visits).
c) Functional cookies:
Functional Cookies enable our website to remember the selections and settings of the Users and to ensure improved and personalized functions. They can include Third-Party Cookies.
d) Targeted cookies:
Targeted cookies show the targeted advertisements based on the Users’ interest at our website, and they manage our advertising. These cookies obtain the information on the Users’ activities at our website and other website, in order to ensure targeted advertising for the Users.
e) Social network cookies:
Social Network Cookies obtain the information on the use of social networks, in order to form the Users’ profiles.
The tables below contain the list of all different types of cookies which OPENS and third-parties use on our website, along with the information on the period of their retention (i.e. information about how long each Cookie will remain on the Users’ devices), their origin (e.g. First-Party Cookies or Third-Party Cookies) and the existence of the transfer of data outside the European Economic Area:
These cookies are necessary for the functioning of the website and they cannot be included in our systems. They are usually set as a response to the actions which the Users have overtaken on the website, which is a request for the services, such are privacy settings, log-in or template completion.
The Users can set their browsers so that they block or send the notification about those Cookies, in which case some parts of the website will not work.
These Cookies do not keep any personal data.
The Cookies used are:
Cookies for performance and analytics ACTIVE/INACTIVE
These Cookies enable the registration of the number of visits the websites and the sources of such traffic, for the website performances to be measured and improved. These Cookies help with the identification of the most visited pages, most popular pages and least popular pages, and to make some conclusions on the behaviours of the website by the Users. All information collected by the Cookies is aggregated and therefore anonymous. If the Users do not allow the use of these Cookies, OPENS will not know when a User has visited our website and will not be able to follow the performances.
Google might forward this information to third parties, in the situations in which the law requires that or when a mentioned third party processes the above stated data in the name of Google. The Users’ IP addresses will not be connected to any other data owned by Google and Google will never receive the Users’ personal information. The Users may exclude the need for cookies by the selection of adequate settings in the browser, in which case the Users will not be able to use the website www.opens2019.rs in its full functionality. By the use of www.opens2019.rs, the Users shall agree with the processing of their data via Google, in the manner and for the purpose above mentioned.
The Cookies used are:
Cookies for template preferences
These Cookies are necessary for mobile website and enable the website to look as defined.
Cookies for targeting
These cookies can be set by partner websites for advertising. They can be used by those companies in order to create the profile of the Users’ interests, with the purpose of the presentation of relevant advertisements to Users at other website and web locations.
These Cookies do not collect and do not store personal information directly, but are based on the unique identification of the Users’ browsers and Internet devices. If the Users do not allow the use of these Cookies, the advertisements will be placed less optimized and targeted according to their behaviour and interests, and less relevant, consequently.
The Cookies used are