Our website has won a WEBSI award.
Our website zelenaljubljana.si has been placed first in the category of public and non-governmental organisations (NGOs). It was designed for the City of Ljubljana by the ENKI agency.
WEBSI web champions highlight, present and reward digital achievements in Slovenia. Via its complex but simultaneously logical and transparent methodology, the WEBSI project will provide the Slovene general public with an answer to the question “who is good and who has the knowhow?” WEBSI awards promote excellence in the Slovenian digital space and showcase the solutions of all companies that have accomplished great achievements in this area in a particular year. However, the champions project is not intended primarily to award prizes, but to archive, evaluate and educate.
The European Green Capital 2016 project has so far this year already picked up two awards - a SOF gold award for the green heart and a NETKO award for the website.
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MOL guarantees that in line with the Personal Data Protection Act (ZVOP) it will to its utmost ability protect the personal data of users of these web pages. This means that personal data is collected only when a user forwards it voluntarily and signs a statement permitting the collection, storage and handling of this data. MOL guarantees that the collected data will only be stored and used for such time as is necessary to achieve the purposes for which the data has been collected. Personal data of users will not be forwarded to any other person or legal entity. In the event of co-operation with any external organisation that provides services to MOL (such as the preparation and implementation of prize draws or the production of a website), access to data will be made possible for those reasons that are unavoidable in the provision of these services. These external organisations are legally bound not to abuse their access to data and that they will exclusively use it for the execution of their work.