- Just a notice for colleagues’ panographers. I have noticed you that my web site is with the inspection of Information Commissioner of the Republic ofMessage 1 of 50 , Jul 14, 2011View SourceJust a notice for colleagues’ panographers.
I have noticed you that my web site is with the inspection of Information
Commissioner of the Republic of Slovenia. I have removed the geographical
area of Slovenia as officially no multimedia, like video, still pictures or VR
panoramas where people or their property can be recognised is not allowed on
the territory of Slovenia. It seems that was not enough as I have received the
thread that if I didn’d destroy all the VR Panoramas from my backups that I
have to sent them VR panoramas for the further investigation. If I don’t react
within one (1) day I will be penalized (I think it is 12K euros …about 20K USD)
or a one year prison.Yes … I live in European Union.
At least some “glory” to me… I am most
probably going to be the first panographer imprisoned.
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- Posted by: A Kielcz on Wed Jul 20, 2011 3:31 pm ((PDT)) ... Not since 1948 (if you thought about the Eastern bloc). Slovenia was a part of Yugoslavia whichMessage 50 of 50 , Jul 21, 2011View SourcePosted by: "A Kielcz" on Wed Jul 20, 2011 3:31 pm ((PDT))
>Not since 1948 (if you thought about the Eastern bloc). Slovenia was a
> are the communist bureaucrats still in control in Slovenia?
part of Yugoslavia which was "bloc-free", search Wikipedia for
"Non-Aligned Movement". Slovenia was the first to split and reach
independence some time after Tito's death.
BTW a lovely and very modern country (with mostly nice people, like
everywhere else!), you should visit it when there is a chance.