Below are all the information concerning you regarding the processing of personal data at Rempire Media d.o.o.

1. Personal Data Controller

Your personal data is managed by:

Rempire Media d.o.o.
Ulica Rose Luxemburg 41
2000 Maribor

Tax number: SI 87975726
Registration number: 9251065000

2. Basis for processing personal data

We process your personal data on various legal bases, which are detailed below. We also process data for different purposes, which you can learn about in the subsections below.

Should we process your personal data for additional purposes not defined in this privacy policy, we will inform you in advance.

All data you provide to us is submitted voluntarily, except in cases where legislation requires it. In this case, the provision of personal data is mandatory.

If you do not wish to provide certain personal data, we will not be able to offer certain services to you.

2.1. Handling inquiries

We handle received inquiries based on our legitimate interest to ensure effective communication with potential clients and preparing quality responses.

We process the following personal data: name and surname, email and telephone number, content of the inquiry.

2.2. Other processing purposes

We also process your personal data for certain additional purposes, namely:

For statistical processing, use of our site, based on the legitimate interest of optimizing websites. We process only aggregated data where individual identification is not possible.

Subscription to newsletters. We offer all our subscribers the option to receive notifications, news regarding our operations. This is conducted based on the law. You can unsubscribe from receiving newsletters at any time by contacting us at

3. Retention periods of your personal data

We store personal data for as long as necessary to fulfill the purpose for which it was collected.

4. Method of personal data protection

We ensure the protection of personal data by adopting technical and organizational measures, which include:

● Ensuring restricted access to personal data by unauthorized persons,
● Updating our hardware and software,
● Adapting our policies to the requirements of legislative acts that apply to the field of personal data protection.

Despite the security mechanisms we have established, a security incident can still occur. For this purpose, we have established a mechanism with which, in the event of a security incident, action is taken promptly, effectively, and as required by legislation.

Should there be a security incident in which there is a likelihood that individual rights and freedoms have been compromised, we will immediately, but no later than within 72 hours, notify the competent supervisory authority. Should there be a security incident that could pose a high risk to individual rights and freedoms, we will also immediately notify the affected individuals.

6. Individual rights in the processing of personal data

Regarding the processing of your personal data that we carry out, you have the following rights:

● The right to access and copy personal data: this right allows you to obtain information about the processing of personal data, and you also have the option to review or obtain a copy of your personal data that we store about you.

● The right to correct personal data: you have the option to request the correction of inaccurate or incomplete data that we keep about you.

● The right to restrict processing of personal data: this right allows you to keep data, which could otherwise be deleted, for later evidence in various official proceedings. It also allows you to temporarily restrict processing while decisions on correction or objections are being made by the controller.

● The right to erase personal data: this right allows you to request, in certain cases, the deletion of data we keep about you. When the legal basis for processing personal data is law or a valid contract, we cannot delete your personal data.

● The right to withdraw consent: when your personal data is processed based on consent, you have the option to withdraw this consent at any time. Withdrawal of consent does not lead to any negative consequences for you. However, we note that after withdrawing consent, we may no longer be able to provide certain services to you.

● The right to object to the processing of personal data: this right is available when personal data processing is based on legitimate interests. It allows you to request the controller to stop processing. We note that in certain cases, the controller may have the right to reject this objection. The controller will cease processing if you object to direct marketing.

● The right to data portability: this right allows you to request that your personal data be transferred to another controller in a machine-readable format. This is possible only if your data is processed by automated means and when it is data collected based on consent or a contractual relationship.

You can exercise your rights by writing to us at with the subject “protection of personal data.”

We will process your request as soon as possible and no later than within 30 days of receipt. If your request is extensive and resolution will take longer, we will inform you in advance and provide an estimated timeframe for preparing a response.

We reserve the right to reliably identify you in the event of a request to exercise any of your rights. If you do not send personal data with your request that allows us to reliably identify you, we will ask you for additional personal data. If you do not provide the additional personal data within the given timeframe, we will reject your request.

If you believe there has been a violation of personal data protection, you can always file a complaint with the competent supervisory authority, which in Slovenia is represented by the Information Commissioner.

Have a question?

If you have additional questions related to your rights or personal data, you can always contact us at