Privacy Policy


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Tax Code/VAT No. SI 80583857


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At KLR-EVROPA D.O.O. (“KLR Europe”), we believe privacy is important. We want you to be aware about the data that we track and collect, how we use these data and with whom we share them. This privacy policy applies to all personal data we collect in connection with our corporate website,
The purpose of this page is to inform the natural person (hereinafter “Data Subject”) about the processing of his/her personal data (hereinafter “Personal Data”) collected by the data controller, KLR-EVROPA D.O.O. (hereinafter “Data Controller”), via the website (hereinafter “Application”).
Changes and updates will be effective as soon as they are published on the Application. In case of non-acceptance of the changes made to the Privacy Policy, the Data Subject shall stop using this Application and may ask the Data Controller to delete his/her Personal Data.
In most cases, we are obliged to gather, store and share your data to provide requested services, meet regulatory requirements, execute service agreements as well as comply with our internal processes. In any event, KLR Europe will process your personal data in accordance with good privacy practices and applicable privacy laws.
Changes and updates will be effective as soon as they are published on the Application. In case of non-acceptance of the changes made to the Privacy Policy, the Data Subject shall stop using this Application and may ask the Data Controller to delete his/her Personal Data.

Applicability and scope

The Privacy Statement is applicable to all consumers, clients, suppliers, visitors, contractors and other business relations of KLR Europe.

Categories of Personal Data processed


1. The Data Controller processes the following types of Personal Data voluntarily provided by the Data Subject:
  • Contact Data: first name, last name, address, e-mail address, phone number, pictures, authentication credentials, any further information sent by the Data Subject, etc.
  • Data on the employment relationship: data entered in the curriculum vitae, data on spouse or children, social security data, etc.


2. The Data Controller processes the following types of Personal Data collected automatically:

  • Technical Data: Personal Data produced by devices, applications, tools and protocols such as, for example, information about the device used, IP addresses, browser type, type of Internet provider (ISP). Such Personal Data may leave traces which, combined with unique identifiers and other information received by the servers, can be used to create profiles of individuals
  • Usage Data: such as, for example, pages visited, number of clicks, actions taken, duration of sessions, etc.


3. If the Data Subject decides not to provide Personal Data for which there is a legal or contractual obligation, or if such data is a necessary requirement for the conclusion of the contract with the Data Controller, it will be impossible for the Data Controller to establish or continue any relationship with the Data Subject. 

The Data Subject who communicates the Personal Data of third parties to the Data Controller is directly and exclusively liable for their origin, collection, processing, communication or divulgation.


Cookies and similar technologies

The Application uses cookies, web beacons, univocal identifiers and other similar technologies to collect the Data Subject’s Personal Data on visited pages and links and other actions performed during the use of the Application. This data is stored and then used the next time the interested party browses the Application. The full Cookie Policy can be viewed at the following address:

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files which are stored on a user’s computer. They are designed to hold a modest amount of data specific to a particular user and website and can be accessed either by the website server or the user’s computer. This allows the server to deliver a website tailored to a particular user, or the website itself can contain some script which is aware of the data in the cookie and so can carry information from one visit to the website (or related site) to the next (Source:

Cookies can have different characteristics:

  • First-party cookies are cookies set by the website you’re visiting. Only that specific website will be able to read them. 
  • Third-party cookies are cookies set by websites other than the one you are visiting at that time. These cookies are mainly used for tracking and marketing purposes.


Cookies can also have different retention periods:

  • Persistent cookies are cookies which are stored on your computer even after you quit your browser. 
  • Session cookies are cookies which are automatically deleted from your computer immediately after you have quit your browser.


How can you manage cookies?

You can regulate the processing of functional, analytical, performance and marketing cookies collected via the KLR Europe website yourself. Depending on the type of cookie you may delete, manage or block your cookies.

Delete cookies

For the four types of cookies mentioned above, you can delete the cookies already placed on your device by clearing your browsing history. If you choose to clear your browser history, all cookies from your visited websites will be deleted. Please note that by deleting those cookies, you may also lose some valuable information (like login details, site preferences etc).

Manage or block cookies

You have the option to refuse or accept our performance and marketing cookies through our cookie banner when you enter our website for the first time. If you change your mind, you will have the option to manage these cookie preferences in your browser settings at any time. Visitors who choose to reject or block all cookies may have difficulty navigating and using the website. 


For more information on how to manage your cookie preferences please visit


Legal basis and purpose of data processing


The processing of Personal Data is necessary:

a. For the performance of the contract with the Data Subject and especially:
  • fulfilment of any obligation arising from the pre-contractual or contractual relationship with the Data Subject;
  • registration and authentication of the Data Subject: to allow the Data Subject to registering in the Application, to access it and to be identified in it, also via external platforms;
  • support and contact with the Data Subject: to answer the Data Subject’s requests;
b. For legal obligations and especially:
  • the fulfilment of any obligation provided for by the applicable norms, laws and regulations, in particular, on tax and fiscal matters;
c. For the legitimate interest of the Data Controller, for:
  • marketing purposes by e-mail of products and/or services of the Data Controller  to directly sell the Data Controller’s products or services using the email provided by the Data Subject in the context of the sale of a product or service similar to the one being sold;
  • anonymous data based statistics: to carry out statistical analysis on aggregated and anonymous data to analyze behaviours of the Data Subject to improve products and/or services provided by the Data Controller and better meet the expectations of the Data Subject;
d. On the basis of the Data Subject’s consent, for:
profiling the Data Subject for marketing purposes: to provide the Data Subject with information on the Data Controller’s products and/or services through automated processing designed to collect personal information to predict or assess the Data Subject’s preferences or behaviours
retargeting and remarketing: to reach with a customized advertisement the Data Subject who has already visited or shown interest in the products and/or services offered by the Application using his Personal Data. The Data Subject may opt-out by visiting the Network Advertising Initiative page (
On the basis of the legitimate interest of the Data Controller owner, the application allows interactions with external web platforms or social networks whose processing of personal data is governed by their respective privacy policies to which please refer. The interactions and information acquired by this Application are in any case subject to the privacy settings that the Data Subject has chosen on such platforms or social networks. Such information – in the absence of specific consent to processing for other purposes – is used exclusively to allow the use of the Application and to provide the information and services requested.


The Data Subject’s Personal Data may also be used by the Data Controller to protect itself in judicial proceedings before the competent courts.


Data processing methods and receivers of Personal Data

The processing of Personal Data is performed via paper-based and computer tools with methods of organization and logic strictly related to the specified purposes and through the adoption of appropriate security measures.


Personal Data are processed exclusively by:
  • persons authorized by the Data Controller to process Personal Data who have committed themselves to confidentiality or have an appropriate legal obligation of confidentiality;
  • subjects that operate independently as separate data controllers or by subjects designated as data processors by the Data Controller to carry out all the processing activities necessary to pursue the purposes set out in this policy (for example, business partners, consultants, IT companies, service providers, hosting providers);
  • subjects or bodies to whom it is mandatory to communicate Personal Data by law or by order of the authorities.
The subjects listed above are required to use appropriate measures and guarantees to protect Personal Data and may only access data necessary to perform their duties.
Personal Data will not be indiscriminately shared in any way.

Personal Data storage period

Personal Data will be stored for the period of time that is required to fulfil the purposes for which it was collected. In particular:
  • for purposes related to the execution of the contract between the Data Controller and the Data Subject, will be stored for the entire duration of the contractual relationship and, after termination, for the ordinary prescription period of 10 years. In the event of legal disputes, for the entire duration of such disputes, until the time limit for appeals has expired;
  • for purposes related to legitimate interests of the Data Controller, they will be stored until the fulfilment of such interest;
  • in compliance with legal obligations, by order of authority and for legal protection, they shall be stored according to the relevant timeframes provided for by such obligations, and regulations and, in any case, until the expiry of the prescriptive term provided for by the rules in force;
  • for purposes based on the consent of the Data Subject, they will be stored until the consent is revoked;


At the end of the conservation period, all Personal Data will be deleted or stored in a form that does not allow the identification of the Data Subject.

Rights of the Data Subject

Data Subjects may exercise specific rights regarding the Personal Data processed by the Data Controller. In particular, the Data Subject has the right to:


  • be informed about the processing of their Personal Data;
  • withdraw consent at any time;
  • restrict the processing of his or her Personal Data;
  • object to the processing of their Personal Data;
  • access their Personal Data;
  • verify and request the rectification of their Personal Data;
  • restrict the processing of their Personal Data;
  • obtain the erasure of their Personal Data;
  • transfer their Personal Data to another data controller;
  • file a complaint with the Personal Data protection supervisory authority and/or take legal action.
To use their rights, Data Subjects may send a request to the following e-mail address Requests will be immediately treated by the Data Controller and processed as soon as possible, in any case within 30 days.
Last update: 30/03/2023