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Privacy policy

The purpose of the Privacy Policy is to present to you in a simple way the personal data we collect about you, on what basis and for what purposes we process it, the options for managing your privacy settings and to present your rights regarding personal data.

The privacy policy of the website is in line with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (hereinafter the General Data Protection Regulation) and the legislation of the Republic of Slovenia and covers the following information:

- contact information of AirBounce Disc Golf and contact of the authorized person for data protection,

- the legal basis and purposes of the processing of personal data,
- the types of personal data we collect,
- use of cookies and related technologies,
- managing privacy settings,
- transmission of personal data,
- deadlines for the retention of personal data,
- protection of personal data,
- the rights of individuals with regard to personal data, including the right to appeal,
- changes to the Privacy policy.


The personal data controller is Boštjan Lotrič s.p. Dašnica 53, Železniki, Slovenia (hereinafter also "AirBounce").
Your questions regarding this Privacy policy, the confidentiality of your personal data, the method of processing or your requests regarding the exercise of personal data rights will be answered by the responsible person at AirBounce. You can contact us via the above address or via e-mail at


AirBounce collects, records, edits, stores, transmits, and otherwise processes the personal information we hold about you on the basis of various legal bases and for the purposes defined below in the document.

2.1. Contract-based processing - purposes
AirBounce processes personal data for the exercise of rights and obligations under concluded contracts, namely:
contracts on the use of services - personal data of service subscribers (e.g.subscribing to receive e-mail newsletters or sms newsletters);
As part of exercising rights and fulfilling contractual obligations, AirBounce processes personal data of individuals for the purpose of identifying the individual, for communication with you (notification of changed general terms, new version of the website, changed, etc.), to provide support to users (e.g. elimination of technical problems).

2.2. Processing on the basis of legal obligations - purposes

AirBounce processes personal data on the basis of legal obligations applicable to AirBounce (e.g. storage of data of prize game winners, etc.).

2.3. Processing on the basis of legitimate interests - purposes
AirBounce may process personal data on the basis of the legitimate interests pursued by AirBunce, except where such interests are outweighed by the interests or fundamental rights and freedoms of the data subject, which require the protection of personal data. When it comes to the further processing of data collected about an individual, AirBounce conducts an assessment in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation. Such further use of data in a pseudonymous or aggregated (combined) form, for example, constitutes a lawful use of data for marketing and other business or technical analyses of AirBounce. Deletion of certain data may also be used as an additional measure in some forms of further processing of traffic data.
Based on a legitimate interest, AirBounce may process personal data to the extent necessary and proportionate to ensure the operation of online services, in particular to prevent unauthorized access to your user account, the spread of malicious codes, the prevention of fraud or other misuse of websites or mobile applications, as well as to protect its intellectual property rights in connection with online services.
Based on legitimate interests, AirBounce may also process your personal data for the purposes of direct marketing, prevention of abuse, assertion of claims or defense against claims in administrative and judicial proceedings.

2.4. Processing on the basis of consent - purposes
AirBounce processes personal data on the basis of consent for the processing of personal data provided by the individual to the company for the following purposes:
for the purpose of direct marketing - receiving notifications. Notifications include events, benefits and/or invitations to events of AirBounce and its business partners, invitations to participate in prize games and contests, and useful tips, news and reminders from the world of disc golf;
to perform marketing analyses and customer segmentation and to provide customized product and service offerings;
for the purpose of participating in prize games.
Depending on the provided personal data, you can receive notifications and customized offers by e-mail to the provided e-mail address.
You can revoke your consent at any time or change it in the same way as consent was given; by clicking on the 'unsubscribe' button located at the bottom of the e-mail; or by forwarding a request to revoke consent for a specific purpose to the address
Where consent includes direct marketing on the basis of an individual's profile, AirBounce may classify individuals into segments on the basis of the use of the website for the purposes of customized offers of services and products.


AirBounce collects various data about you, including personal data that can be used to identify you directly or indirectly if you or others choose to share this personal data with AirBounce. We receive data in several ways, including by subscribing to newsletters (direct marketing), visiting AirBounce websites. AirBounce collects data about your use of the services we offer.
Personal data we collect:
basic personal data such as: name and surname, date of birth, e-mail address;
we collect technical information from your web browser, computer or mobile device when you access AirBounce services.


When you use our online services, cookies are loaded on your computer. In general, cookies and related technologies work by assigning a unique number to a web browser or device that has no meaning outside of AirBounce.
AirBounce uses these technologies to customize the experience and to help provide content that is specific to your use.
You can use the settings in your browser or mobile device to manage the collection of information via cookies or related technologies. AirBounce is committed to allowing you to manage your privacy and sharing but assumes no responsibility for missed "Do Not Track" signals via a web browser. Rejection of cookies may result in some features of the services offered not being available to you.


6.1 Contractual processors
AirBounce may transmit your personal data to third parties with whom we have personal data processing contracts (hereinafter: contractual processors) for the purposes of supporting, analysing and continuously improving our services. Contractual processors have access only to those personal data that they urgently need to provide the services they provide for us, the data and only for the purposes of performing these tasks on our behalf and may not use them for any other purpose. Contractual processors are obliged to protect your personal data.
AirBounce may cooperate with contractual processors who process statistics for us on how you use our services for the purpose of advertising services or to display information that may be of interest to you. Such processors only have anonymized data.
6.2 Publicly available information
Some information about you may be publicly available, such as information that you provide or share through social networks, etc.
6.3 Third party websites and applications
We may share your personal data with third-party applications with your consent if you choose to access our services through such application (e.g. Facebook, Google account). AirBounce is not responsible for what third parties do with your data, so you need to make sure that you trust the application and that it has adopted appropriate personal data protection guidelines.
There are links on AirBounce websites to websites that are not under the control of AirBounce. By visiting these pages, you can pass on your information to third parties with whom AirBounce does not have a contract for the processing of personal data. These websites have their own privacy policy in accordance with which they process your personal data. Please read their privacy policy to find out how your personal data is processed on the third-party websites you visit.

6.4 Joint controllers
We may share your personal information with contractual partners with whom we act as a joint controller who process your personal data in accordance with this privacy policy (e.g. an example of a prize game in cooperation with suppliers).

6.5 Universal legal succession
In the event of a merger, or if AirBounce becomes involved in a business combination, division, or transfer of activities to a third party, we may transfer your data to a third party related to the acquisition of AirBounce.

6.6 Public authorities
Notwithstanding the provisions regarding the retention period of personal data under the Privacy policy, we may store your personal data for a longer period and pass it on to third parties such as the police, prosecutor's office, court and other competent state authorities inside or outside the Republic of Slovenia, if such intervention is necessary and required by law, including for the purposes of the prevention, investigation, detection or prosecution of criminal offenses. We may also provide your personal data to public authorities when necessary to assert, enforce or defend legal claims in court proceedings or in administrative or extrajudicial proceedings.

6.7 Transmission of data to non-EU or non-EEA countries
In the case of using online services outside the EU Member States, due to the provision of online services, the transmitted data may be transferred, stored or processed in third countries, where legislation in the field of personal data protection prescribes different standards than in EU or EEA Member states. By using the services in countries outside the EU, you agree that personal data may be transferred or forwarded to entities located in third countries. AirBounce will not otherwise export your personal data to countries outside the EU or the EEA.


Personal data obtained on the basis of consent are kept until the revocation of consent, but for a maximum of 8 years.
Data about you that are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise processed may be anonymised and combined with other data that do not allow the identification of an individual to gain insight into statistical information that is commercially useful for AirBounce, such as an example of statistics on the use of the services we offer. This personal data is anonymised and does not offer a link to an identifiable individual.


We implement several technical and organisational measures to ensure the security of personal data during collection, transmission and storage. AirBounce strives to adequately protect your personal data, but we do not guarantee the complete security of the personal data you provide to us, and we are not responsible for the theft, destruction, loss, intentional or unintentional disclosure of your personal data or information about you. AirBounce adheres to generally accepted standards for the protection of received information both during and after transmission, but no method of electronic transmission or storage is 100% secure, so we cannot guarantee complete security. AirBounce works with a company to ensure the security of our services and your personal data. AirBounce servers are additionally protected by the use of firewalls and other technologies to ensure data security.
The user is also responsible for data protection by adequately ensuring the security of their mobile device or computer, as well as by protecting the username, password and appropriate software (anti-virus) protection of their electronic device. To ensure that these measures are effective in preventing unauthorized access to your personal data, you should be aware of the security features available to you through your web browser. Use a web browser that allows you to set security features before sharing your personal or credit card information over the Internet. Please note that if you use a web browser that does not support the use of SSL technology, such transfer of personal data may be risky.
Most web browsers allow you to be notified if you are on a website that does not provide a secure connection, or if you are sending data over an unsecured connection. AirBounce recommends that you enable these features of your web browser to help secure your personal data. You can also track your address (URL). Secure web addresses start with https:// instead of http://, along with the secure connection symbol used by your web browser (usually such a symbol is a lock at the beginning of the web address). Such a symbol indicates the use of secure communication with the server. At the same time, please check the details (validity) of the security certificate of the website where you are located.
Limitation of liability AirBounce is committed to protecting your personal data and information about you, but no connection over the Internet can be 100% secure and can guarantee the complete security of the data you provide to us. You provide us with your personal data at your own risk.


AirBounce ensures the exercise of the rights of data subjects. The individual's requests regarding the exercise of rights are sent to the e-mail address An individual is obliged to submit proof of identity and/or address to a request that is not sent from the registered user's e-mail address. AirBounce will respond to your request in accordance with applicable regulations.
An individual has the following rights in relation to personal data:

9.1 Right to access data
An individual may at any time request AirBounce to confirm that data relating to them is being processed and, if so, to provide access to personal data and to provide information relating to the processing of their personal data (e.g., to whom personal data have been or will be provided, the envisaged data retention period, technical and organizational measures for data protection, etc.).

9.2 Right to rectification

An individual may at any time request from AirBunce to allow them to correct inaccurate personal data concerning them and to supplement incomplete personal data.

9.3 Right to deletion
Subject to the conditions set out in more detail by the applicable regulations, an individual may at any time request from AirBounce to grant them the right to have personal data deleted (the so-called right to be forgotten).

9.4 Right to restriction of processing
Subject to the conditions set out in more detail by the applicable regulations, an individual may at any time request that AirBounce grant him the right to restrict the processing of personal data.
Please note that if we restrict the processing of certain personal data, we may not be able to provide a full service.

9.5 Right to data portability

An individual may at any time request from AirBounce to allow them to provide personal data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable form, to the individual or to the controller of the individual's choice (if technically feasible), under conditions further specified by applicable regulations.

9.6 Right to object
In the event that AirBunce processes personal data on the basis of legitimate interests, as presented above, the individual may in certain cases object to such processing. AirBounce will stop processing this personal data unless it deems that it has reasonable and legitimate reasons to continue processing or if the processing is necessary for legal reasons.
An objection to the processing of personal data for the purposes of direct marketing can also be made by revoking the consent to receive notifications by clicking on the 'unsubscribe' button, which is located at the bottom of the e-mail or to follow the instructions in each notification sent.

9.7 Withdrawal of consent

The individual may revoke the consent at any time, in cases where they have given consent for a specific purpose of processing your personal data.
Revocation of consent does not affect the lawfulness of the processing of personal data carried out until its revocation.

9.8 Right to appeal to the supervisory authority

An individual has the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner of the Republic of Slovenia if they consider that their personal data are processed contrary to the applicable regulations governing the protection of personal data. The appeal procedure with the supervisory authority is published on the website of the supervisory authority.


AirBounce reserves the right to change the privacy policy according to the situation and legislation in the field of personal data protection. Please review it periodically.
Changes to the privacy policy will be posted on our websites in a timely manner.
If you do not agree with the privacy policy, please stop using our online services and revoke the given consents.

AirBounce Disc Golf
Boštjan Lotrič s.p.


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