What’s a cookie?
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What cookies does this website use?
Functional cookies – we use these cookies to make the web page functional, or to allow you to view it normally and use all of its options. For example, these cookies allow you to navigate on a website or are indispensable for you to send a query in a functional way through a contact form. Also, these are so-called “session cookies” which means that they are stored on your computer only during your visit to this website, after which they are deleted. By sending us a message via our web form, you give us consent to contact you.
Analytical cookies – The website “https://osmancevic-law.com/” uses analytical cookies that collect your IP address, the time of your visit of the website and the time spent on it, the content you accessed on the website, as well as the model of the device you are accessing the website from. We do not collect your personal information by which we can directly identify you, such as usernames, e-mail address, etc. Also, in relation to your personal data collected by these cookies, we use features such as anonymising your IP address, the aim of which is to make your identification as difficult as possible. The aim of using the analytical cookies is to, without revealing your identity, establish the visiting statistics for the website in order to understand which content you like the most and to develop this website accordingly and, to the greatest extent possible, make it informative and tailored to your needs. These cookies are stored on your computer for 14 months after which they are automatically deleted, unless you delete them yourself by adjusting your browser settings.
How can you manage cookies?
You cannot manage functional cookies through your browser settings. Use of functional cookies is a necessary precondition for the use of our web page.
Regarding other types of cookies, you can accept or decline some or all cookies by adjusting your browser settings. On the following links you can find information about how to change settings for some of the most frequently used web browsers: Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Apple Safari, Opera. Some browsers allow you to surf in “anonymous” mode, limiting the amount of information set up on your computer and automatically erase permanent cookies set to your device when you finish your browsing session. There are also many third-party apps you can add to your browser to block or manage cookies. You can also delete cookies previously set up in your browser by selecting an option to delete your browsing history, including the deleting cookies option. More detailed information about cookies and customize your browser settings can be found on the www.allaboutcookies.org page.
EXERCISE OF RIGHTS
Information about collecting your personal data through the website of the Osmancevic Law Office as well as the requirements for exercising your rights regarding personal data protection can be obtained by sending a query through a contact form on the website or by sending a query to the following e-mail address: email@example.com.
PROTECTING YOUR DATA
The name and contact details of our Data Protection Officer are as follows:
Marina Osmancevic: marina @osmancevic-law.com.
Right to complain
At any time you can send an official complaint to the supervisory authority regarding our collection and processing of your personal data. In the Republic of Croatia you can submit a complaint to the Agency for the Protection of personal Data (AZOP).