Secure Use of the Application
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Submit your report or inquiry exclusively from a private device that is not connected to the organization's network. The same applies to accessing your email inbox.
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Processing of Personal Data
The application provider and controller of the submitted personal data is National Olympic Committee of Slovenia (organization or application subscriber).
The application, its websites, and the database in which personal and other submitted data (including the record of reports) are stored are provided and maintained by Trusty AG, located in Cham, Switzerland, on behalf of the application subscriber. The database is hosted on a virtual server at Hetzner Online GmbH Gunzenhausen in Germany.
Individuals who handle the reports or questions on behalf of the application subscriber and are authorized to address violations may process personal data necessary for investigating the violation, managing its consequences, rectifying the violation, and protecting the whistleblower, as well as preparing a response to the question. The designated personnel at Trusty AG have access to the database solely for the purpose of its technical maintenance.
Generally, the records of reports are retained for a period of five years after the completion of the process. After the retention period expires, personal data and the content of the report are destroyed, while the record data of the report and the final report may be kept even after this period in accordance with the organization's internal rules."
The Whistleblower Line is intended for submitting reports or questions in relation with:
- suspicious conduct, related to fixing of an event, part of an event or a match result,
- violations of anti-doping regulations,
- violations of internal rules and codes of the Slovenian National Olympic Committee, including financial irregularities and illegal or unethical practices.
The Slovenian National Olympic Committee (NOC) will process reports and questions according to the predefined procedure and within the limits of its authority. Should a report or a question not be within the NOC’s competence, it shall be forwarded to the competent organization, should NOC be able to identify the latter based on the content of the report or question. All reports and questions relating to violations of anti-doping regulations will be processed by the Slovenian Anti-doping Organization (SLOADO).
For the purpose of processing an application or question, the authorised persons of the Olympic Committee of Slovenia - Association of Sports Federations, SLOADO and Trusty AG, Zug, Switzerland, have the right to access, process and use the personal data of the reporting person. If necessary, this personal data may be forwarded to the police and other competent authorities. The personal data provided will be processed for as long as it is necessary for the pursuit of the legitimate interest of investigating and sanctioning violations in sport or providing explanations to the questions raised.This also applies to any other information from which it is possible to infer, directly or indirectly, the identity of the whistleblower.
As an individual, you have the right to obtain access to your personal data or to receive them in a commonly machine-readable electronic format, to provide corrections and, under the terms of the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council, to request the restriction of processing. As regards information on the existence of your rights, you have the right of access, rectification and restriction of processing. The right to erasure is limited by legitimate interest as set out above.
You may lodge a complaint against the processing of your personal data with the supervisory authority, which is: the Information Commissioner of the Republic of Slovenia (Dunajska cesta 22, 1000 Ljubljana, E: firstname.lastname@example.org, T: 012309730, W: www.ip-rs.si).
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