Telecommunications data is regulated by the Electronic Communications Act. The purpose of this Act is to establish effective competition in the electronic communications market, to maintain effective use of the radio frequency spectrum and of the number space, to ensure universal services and to protect the rights of users. The purpose of the Act is also to promote the development of electronic communications networks and services in the Republic of Slovenia and thereby also economic and social development in the country generally, as well as the development of the internal market of the European Union, and to exercise the legitimate interests of all of its citizens.
Operators of the electronic communications collect various data in connection to their activities. This data is usually offered to public in the form of: clients data, users data, traffic data, location data, content of the transfered communications (for ex. e-mail, sms messages, etc.).
All forms of surveillance or interception, such as listening, taping, recording, storage and mediation of communications shall be prohibited unless permitted where such form of surveillance or interception is necessary for the conveyance of a message (e.g. fax message, electronic post, electronic mailbox, voice mail, SMS services).
Operators providing public communications services shall be obliged to inform their users of each particular risk to the security of the network and of all possible means by which the subscriber can reduce such risk, including a statement of the likely costs where the risk lies outside the scope of measures which the operator can take.
– producing all necessary legal documents
– counseling on establishing network, data and activities protection.
Internal act including technical and organizational measures for establishing network, data and activities protection.
WHO ARE OUR CLIENTS :
Our legal service is intended to be used by service providers (operators of the mobile and fixed public telephone networks, internet service providers and others), which are obliged to provide a protection of confidentiality of electronic communications according to law.