Infokorp reserves the right to alter the contents of the web site without prior notice. Infokorp d.o.o. Is not liable for any possible damage caused by changes to the content or use of the mentioned web site.
The content of the website is protected by copyright of the publisher and the content may be used for individual users’ needs for non-commercial purposes.
Infokorp is committed to respecting the privacy and anonymity of its users. Possible data will not be accessible to a third party except in the case of legal obligations.
The Infokorp website contains documents and information and links from other websites we do not have control and we completely disregard any responsibility for content on other people’s web pages.
Infokorp reserves the right to deny access to the Website without prior notice.
The online portal is designed for the purpose of providing useful information, and we do not respond to the timeliness and accuracy of the information.
Infokorp will not collect personal information about you (eg name, address, phone number, email address), unless you voluntarily provide it (eg resend, resubmit etc.), or give your consent unless otherwise stated Legally prescribed.
The personal information you provide us is usually used to respond to a query or to allow you access to specific information or offers.
During the process of using telecom services to access our website, your communication data (eg IP address) or usage data (start, end, and duration of each access) are generated technically and may be linked to your personal information. If necessary, it will be used in accordance with the Data Protection.
Data collected through cookies can be automatically collected (eg browser type, operating system, monitor resolution, domain name from which you came, time spent on the page …) and use to improve our service Web pages. You can find more detailed information at https://www.aboutcookies.org/.
Infokorp will not consciously collect data from children without insisting on parental consent in accordance with the law. The definition of “child” is defined by law.
In order to protect your personal information, we use appropriate technical and organizational security measures.