Intellectual Property Rights
The Municipality of Jesenice owns the copyright to all works of authorship that appear in any way on the website www.visit.jesenice.si. All rights are reserved. The user may only use the website's content for personal, non-commercial purposes. Any other commercial use of website content (such as copying, reproduction, distribution, and so on) is prohibited.
Restricting the use of information and materials
The user may download the information and materials displayed on this website from the server for personal, or domestic use without changing the copyright notices, other intellectual property rights notices, or other rights notices. It is permissible to upload and print information and materials for the purpose of viewing and reading for non-commercial purposes. Without prior written permission, any other copying, distribution, republishing, or modification of information and materials on www.visit.jesenice.si, or their mailing and distribution in any other way, is prohibited. It is also forbidden to use any part of www.visit.jesenice.si for anything other than personal, non-commercial, or domestic use. The municipality of Jesenice is not responsible for the design or content of any website that is linked to www.visit.jesenice.si. When visiting and using linked websites, the Municipality of Jesenice disclaims all responsibility.
Limitation of liability
The Municipality of Jesenice will make every effort to ensure that the information on the website is correct and up to date, but neither the Municipality of Jesenice nor any other legal or physical person who participated in the creation of the website or is still participating in its upgrades can be held liable for ordinary damage, lost profits, or non-material damage that the user may suffer as a result of using the website or being unable to use it. The municipality of Jesenice will do its best to ensure the website's smooth operation, but cannot be held liable for ordinary damage, lost profit, or non-material damage that may occur to the user as a result of the website's interruption. The municipality of Jesenice reserves the right to change the website at any time and without notice.
Subscribing to notifications (e - news)
End users of the website can sign up to receive e-news via e-mail. The Municipality of Jesenice, Cesta železarjev 6, 4270 Jesenice, is the sender of e-news and the manager of your personal data.
The Municipality of Jesenice collects the following information when you sign up for e-news: e-mail address. The Municipality of Jesenice's data manager collects your personal data only if you voluntarily provide it when signing up for e-news. By entering your e-mail address, you agree to receive e-news from the Municipality of Jesenice, which will inform you about tourism news in the Jesenice destination (e-notifications about current events and news in Jesenice). After entering your e-mail address to receive e-news, you will receive a confirmation message to the address you specified. By confirming and activating your consent, you will be subscribed to the Municipality of Jesenice's e-news until you unsubscribe.
Your personal information will be used only for the purpose or purposes for which you have given your consent when signing up for e-newsletters. Without your permission, the Municipality of Jesenice will never sell, lend, or otherwise forward your personal information to unauthorised third parties.
You have the right to withdraw your consent to the use and management of your personal data at any time in the same manner in which you gave it. To withdraw your consent, re-enter your registered email address in the website's application form and wait for a confirmation message. The withdrawal of consent will be activated by confirming the registered email address. You can request a permanent or temporary prohibition on the use of your personal data for direct marketing purposes at any time by writing to or clicking the UNSUBSCRIBE button in the e-newsletter.
Personal data protection
Any data obtained in any way by the Municipality of Jesenice through the website is intended solely for its own use and is protected by the Municipality of Jesenice in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act (Official Gazette of the RS No. 163/22) and the Code of Obligations. More on personal data protection.
The Municipality of Jesenice, as the client, and the company ARCTUR Computer Engineering d.o.o., as the contractor, agree to make the official website www.visit.jesenice.si accessible to all users in accordance with the Access to Websites and Mobile Applications Act. More information on the Accessibility Statement can be found here.
What are web cookies, how do we disable them in the browser, and why are they used?
Web cookies are files that websites save on your computer to improve the user experience, such as page settings, login status, data about online purchases, and data for plug-ins like Adobe Flash. We advise using a "private window" because completely disabling cookies will probably cause you more problems than benefits. More information about cookies can also be found in the Information Commissioner's guidelines.
The website www.visit.jesenice.si contains an advanced web plugin that complies with the Electronic Communications Act. It scans and records cookies on a regular basis, ensuring that the list of cookies in the dialogue box is always up to date.
Temporary deactivation of web cookies
Using the so-called "private window" is the quickest and easiest way to prevent cookies from being stored in all web browsers. We can use private browsing to browse the web without the web browser saving any information about the pages we visit.
The Internet Explorer web browser provides tracking-free Internet browsing through a feature called "InPrivate". This can be accessed by pressing the "Alt" key in the browser first. This will open the menu bar and launch the "Tools" menu's "InPrivate Browsing" command. The "InPrivate" mode can also be accessed by pressing the "Ctrl + Shift + P" key combination.
Google Chrome also allows you to browse the Internet without leaving a trace, and we use the "New Incognito Window" feature for this. The keys "Ctrl + Shift + N" can also be used to open a new window.
In the case of the Mozilla Firefox web browser, we can use the "Enable private browsing" functionality by first pressing the "Alt" key. This will bring up the menu bar, from which we can launch the "Enable private browsing" command from the "Tools" menu. This browsing mode can also be accessed by pressing the "Ctrl + Shift + P" keys simultaneously.
Apple Safari 6, like other leading web browsers, can surf the internet without leaving a trace. By clicking "Settings" and selecting "Private browsing," we enable this functionality. By pressing the "OK" button, the label "Private" will appear in the address bar on the right.
In the case of the Opera web browser, we first enable the option of surfing the web without leaving a trace by clicking on the web browser's logo in the upper left corner. Select "New Private Window" from the "Tab and Windows" menu. This browsing mode can also be accessed by pressing the "Ctrl + Shift + N" keys simultaneously. This will open a window in which we can safely browse the internet.
Permanent deactivation of cookies
Of course, web browsers allow for the permanent deactivation of online cookies, but we must be aware that by doing so, we will lose the ability to save our personal settings, login status, information about online purchases made, and much more, and the pages will not function properly or you will be deprived of additional options. Websites will load slightly slower because images and all content will have to be loaded from the beginning each time.
To disable cookies in Internet Explorer, go to the "Tools" menu and select the "Privacy" tab. Then, on the "Advanced" tab, check the box to disable automatic biscuit management and set both values to "Block". Click the "OK" button to confirm your selection. Cookies that have already been saved can be deleted by selecting "Tools," the "Delete" button, and the "Delete" button.
To enable cookies in the Google Chrome web browser, click on the Chrome menu icon, select "Settings," click on "Show additional settings" at the bottom of the page, and then select "Content settings" in the "Privacy" section. We also check the box that says "Block cookies and data from other websites" and click the "Done" button. We delete previously saved cookies by selecting "Settings," "Show additional settings," and "Delete browsing history" in the "Privacy" section of the Chrome menu.
Cookies can be disabled in the Mozilla Firefox web browser by clicking on "Firefox" (top right) or "Tools" in the menu bar, then selecting "Options" and then clicking on the "Privacy" tab. Then, in the "History" section of the "Firefox should:" window, uncheck the "Allow sites to create cookies" option and select the "Use special settings for history" option. We can also include the "Always use private browsing" option if necessary. Delete previously saved cookies by clicking on the "Firefox" label (top right), selecting "Options," and then selecting the "Privacy" tab. Then, in the "Firefox should:" window, select the options "Use special settings for history", "Show cookies", and "Remove all cookies".
Enabling cookies in the Apple Safari web browser is extremely easy, as it suffices to click on the inscription "Safari", select "Preferences" and look for "Privacy". Then, in the "Block cookies" section, check this box and confirm your choice by clicking the "OK" button. By clicking on the "Safari" label, selecting "Preferences," and searching for "Privacy," you can delete the saved cookies. Then we select all of the websites and press the "Remove All" button.
With the Opera browser, we turn off web cookies by first clicking on the web browser logo in the upper left corner, searching for "Settings" and selecting "Preferences". Then, in the "Advanced" tab, navigate to the "Cookies" tab and select the "Never accept cookies" checkbox. Press the "OK" button to confirm your selection. Stored cookies can be deleted by clicking on the web browser logo in the upper left corner, searching for "Settings" and selecting "Preferences". Then, in the "Advanced" tab, navigate to the "Cookies" tab and select "Delete all cookies."
To provide comprehensive tourist information, some websites or subpages of www.visit.jesenice.si may contain links to various external websites, such as other websites, individual pages, or other sources. We are not responsible for the accessibility, content, or errors of external links, and users of the website www.visit.jesenice.si should not assume that the websites of external links adhere to the same principles of privacy and data protection as the Municipality of Jesenice. When visiting and using linked websites, the Municipality of Jesenice disclaims all responsibility.
Your internet browser may display unexpected advertisements when you visit our websites. These advertisements are most likely generated by other websites or software installed on your computer. The Municipality of Jesenice does not approve or recommend any products or services displayed through unexpected advertisements on your computer while visiting our website.
Any disputes arising from the use of the website are subject to Slovenian law. The court in Kranj has jurisdiction to resolve any disputes.By using the website, the user confirms that he has accepted and agrees to the terms and conditions described here.
Preparation of the legal notice
This legal notice was last updated on April 20, 2023.