Privacy policy

Data protection and privacy statement on the kcConnect website

The Fran Galović Public Library in Koprivnica, as the organizer of the kcConnect conference, is aware of the importance of protecting your personal data when using this website. This Privacy Statement applies to the collection and processing of your personal data and the use of cookies on the website (hereinafter: the website).

By using this website, you agree to the collection and processing of data described in this Statement and the storage and access of cookies on your device.

The head of personal data processing under the General Regulation on Personal Data Protection or other laws concerning the protection of personal data applicable in EU Member States is:

Fran Galović Public Library in Koprivnica
Zrinski trg 6, 48 000 Koprivnica, Croatia
Phone: 048/622 131

Collection and processing of personal data

Use of the Library’s website is possible without disclosing your personal data. The provision of personal data is not a condition for the use of the website, except in situations where it is necessary so that we can provide you with a service in accordance with your request.

Depending on the purpose, it is possible to collect your personal data, such as: : name and surname, e-mail address, name of the institution, address of the institution, OIB of the institution

By entering personal data in the fields provided for that purpose, you give your consent for the stated data to be used for the purpose for which they were given, except in cases where the law prescribes otherwise. The library collects data about your computer using the Google Analytics service. This information may include your IP address, browser type, access time and website addresses. The Library collects the collected data for the purpose of the same days, ie for the purpose of using the website and providing the desired services, and to provide you with information about the services you can use.

In addition to the obligation of confidentiality, the Library may share information with trusted third parties to provide you with the services you have requested or for other purposes you have permitted. Any such third party is prohibited from further processing your personal data.

Taking into account the importance of protecting the privacy of children on our website, we do not collect, process or use information about persons known to be under the age of 16 without the prior credible consent of the legal representative.

The Library hereby informs you that you have the right to:

  • access to all personal data provided,
  • the right to correct and supplement them,
  • the right to restrict the processing of your personal data,
  • the right to transfer personal data to another Manager,
  • the right to revoke consents as well as
  • the right to delete your personal data in which case the controller will delete the data except to the extent necessary to achieve the legitimate interests of the controller in accordance with regulations.

If you have a legal basis for this, you can complain about the way your personal data is processed and ask us not to process your data anymore or contact the data protection authority (Personal Data Protection Agency) directly.


The Library’s website uses cookies – text files that the browser saves to the computer system.

Cookies are used for the functioning of all features of the website and a better user experience, and can be temporary (stored only during visits to the website) or permanent (they remain stored on the user’s computer after the visit). The information and offers of the website can be optimized through cookies so that the user and his user experience come first. As mentioned earlier, cookies allow us to identify users of the website. The purpose is to make it easier for the user to use the website.

The user can prevent the placement of cookies at any time by editing the settings of the browser he uses and thus can permanently disable the placement of cookies. Furthermore, already set cookies can be removed later via any browser. Please note that by preventing or deleting cookies, you may disable these features or cause them to work and look different in your browser.

Provisions for the protection of personal data relating to social networks

On the Library’s website, the head of personal data processing has installed Facebook components and Instagram components.

When you open a website and click on the logo of a social network provider, you will be taken to the external page of each provider. If your Facebook and Instagram profile is registered or opened on Flickr, social networks can recognize through your user profile that you have visited the website if you have clicked to open one of these social networks. For example, if you click on the Facebook logo, your internet browser will forward the relevant information to Facebook, which will store it. If you do not want social networks to collect and store information about your visit to the website, you must log out of your profile on a particular social network before clicking on the Facebook or Instagram logo.

Information, such as the user’s IP address, is not forwarded immediately when you open our website, but only when you click on the Facebook or Pinterest logo.

Please download information on the purpose and scope of data collection and further processing and use of data by individual social networks, as well as possible privacy settings from the data protection statements on the provider’s website, which you can access via these links:


Facebook Inc.
1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto
CA 94304, USA


Facebook Inc.

Google Analytics Privacy Policy (with anonymization feature)

The Personal Data Processing Manager has installed Google Analytics components (with an anonymization function) on the website. Google Analytics is an online service whose purpose is to collect and analyze data on the behavior of visitors to the website. The Internet analytics service, among other things, collects information about the website from which the user came, which subpages he visited or how often and for how long he browses a particular subpage. Internet analytics is used to optimize a website.

The purpose of the Google Analytics component is to analyze traffic on the Library’s website. Google uses the data and information we collect, inter alia, to evaluate your use of the website and to provide reporting that reflects your activity on the website and to provide other services related to your use of the website.

The user may object to the collection and processing of personal data generated by Google Analytics, which is related to the use of the Library’s website. To do this, the user must download and install the browser add-on located at This JavaScript add-on lets Google Analytics know that information about a user’s visit to the website may not be collected or processed. Google considers the installation of this add-on to be a valid complaint against the collection of personal data. If at any subsequent time the user’s computer system is deleted, formatted or reinstalled, the user will need to reinstall the browser add-on to disable Google Analytics. If for some reason the user or an authorized person has removed the add-on to the browser or the add-on to the browser is disabled, it can always be reinstalled or activated.

Additional information and Google’s privacy guidelines can be found at and .

Additional information related to Google Analytics can be found at

Data storage

We store personal data in accordance with:

  • Rulebook on protection of archival and registry material,
  • for as long as it takes for the requested service or the service for which you have given consent to be provided, unless otherwise provided by law.

Terms and changes

Fran Galović Public Library in Koprivnica reserves the right to change or terminate all or any part of this website and the Privacy Statement on the website at any time. Changes take effect upon posting at this address or when users are notified.