Web browsing of HUSEk website http://www.husek.hr/en/ is anonymous and the site does not collect data that would allow your personal identification (name, family name, phone number, email).
Collecting general information
The web site http://www.husek.hr/en/ collects general information when the respondent or automated system accesses the page. These general information are then stored on the server as a log file. (1) browser type and version, (2) operating system (3) accessed website (submitter), (4) subpage, (5) date and time of access, (6) IP address, 7) an Internet Service Provider and (8) other similar information that may be used in the event of an attack on the Information System.
When using these general information, we do not draw conclusions about the respondent. This information is needed to ensure (1) the contents of the website properly, (2) optimize the content of the web site and its marketing, (3) provide long-term system and site capability, (4) provide the necessary assistance to state authorities in case of criminal prosecution for cyber-attacks. Therefore, this website analyzes anonymously collected data and information statistically to increase data protection and security and to ensure the optimal level of protection for all collected personal data processed. Anonymous data from server log files are stored separately from the personal data of the respondent.
Contact via web site
The web site contains information that enables quick contact via electronic media as well as direct communication that also includes electronic mail. If the respondent contacts the personal data processing manager via email or contact form, the transferred personal information is automatically saved. Personal data transferred voluntarily by the respondent to the Personal Data Processing Manager are automatically stored for processing or further communication with the respondent.
There is no transfer of this kind of personal data to the third party.
Security of your personal information
The website http://www.husek.hr/en/ protects your personal information against unauthorized access, use or disclosure. Information on computer servers is stored in a controlled, secure environment, protected from unauthorized access, use or disclosure.
What is a cookie?
The cookie is information saved to your computer by the web site you visit. Cookies usually save your settings, settings for the website, such as your preferred language or address. Later, when you open the same web page again, the browser sends back the cookies that belong to that page. This allows the page to display information tailored to your needs.
Cookies can store a wide range of information including personal information (such as your name or e-mail). However, this information can only be saved if you allow it – the web pages cannot gain access to information that you have not provided and cannot access other files on your computer. Default activity for saving and sending cookies is not visible to you. You can change your browser settings of approving or refusing cookie requests when you close your browser.
How to disable cookies
By turning off cookies, you decide whether to allow cookies to be stored on your computer. Cookie settings can be controlled and configured in your web browser. If you disable cookies, you will not be able to use some of the functionality on the web site.
What are permanent cookies?
Permanent or saved cookies remain on your computer after you close the Internet browser program. With them, websites store information such as login name and password, so you do not have to sign in for each visit to a particular location. Permanent cookies will remain on your computer for days, months, even years.
What are temporary cookies?
Temporary cookies or session cookies are removed from your computer when you close your browser. They store temporary information, such as items in a shopping cart.
What are first-party cookies?
First-party cookies come from the webpages you’re viewing and can be permanent or temporary. Using these cookies, the web site can store the data that will be used again during the next visit to those sites.
What are third-party cookies?
Third-party cookies come from ads from other websites (such as pop-ups or other ads) that are on the web pages you’re viewing. Using these cookies, the web site can monitor the use of the Internet for marketing purposes.
Sharing features on social networking sites places cookies on the users device(s).
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