1. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
1.1. The Company makes every effort to ensure that the information and information contained in the website is correct and complete. However, given the nature and volume of the Internet, under any circumstances, including negligence, the Company is not responsible for any kind of damage the visitor / user will suffer on the pages, services, choices and content of the website that he / she makes on his own initiative.
1.2 The Company disclaims any liability relating to the limited duration, deletion, poor performance or inability to store any user data and / or any personal page / service content.
1.3. The Company makes every effort to ensure that the site is safe for users but does not guarantee that any program or information in it is free of harmful virus-codes or other disruptive features for the user’s / visitor’s computer system.
1.4. It is the sole responsibility of each user to apply anti-infective software and to safeguard their information and system.
1.5. The Company also has no responsibility for the content of third party websites linked to hyperlinks.
1.6. The visitor / user of the site must comply with the rules of Greek and international law and abstain from any use illegal and contrary to morality.
2. PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA
2.1. The management and protection of the personal data of the visitor / user of the site is governed by the terms of this and the relevant provisions of both Greek Law (Law 2472/1997 as currently in force, PD 207/1998, (EC) No 79/2000 and No. 8 of Law 2819/2000), as well as European Law (95/46 / EC and 97/66 / EC) and GDRP (General Data Protection Regulator) European Data Protection Regulation Personal Character (EU 2016/679). By using our website and our various services you agree to retain our own personal data so that we can offer you our services. In case you do not want us to keep your personal data you should contact us by e-mail at [email protected] or by calling +30 2310 765019.
The personal information that the site could collect is the following:
Name, Surname, Phone, E-mail address & home address. If the visitor / user wishes to subscribe to any service / s of the website or to use the contact / order form, he agrees to provide true, accurate, valid and complete information about the information requested on the website .
2.2. This information is never disclosed to third parties (except where provided by law to the competent authorities), but their personal character is preserved. The site could possibly keep records of these items solely for communication purposes, statistics and improvement of its services.
2.3. In any case, however, the user / visitor of the site is able to contact us and find that there is a personal file requesting its deletion, correction or change. Minors have access to the site only with the consent of their parents / guardians and are not required to disclose their personal information.
2.5. In the case of hyperlinks to other sites, the site is not responsible for the terms and conditions for the management and protection of personal data they follow.
2.6. Correcting and Modifying Information: The Enterprise enables its users to correct, change, supplement, or delete data and information they have provided. Any change that the user chooses to make in his / her registered data is immediate and replaces the older items that were registered. For any questions, help, or reporting of privacy issues, please contact us by e-mail at [email protected] or by calling +30 2310 543266.
3.1. It is expressly agreed here that if any action, claim, administrative or judicial action is brought against the Company resulting from any form of user / visitor’s violation of the website, the user / visitor who committed the infringement undertakes to intervene in the relevant and, on the other hand, to compensate the Company if it is required to pay compensation or other expense.
4. APPLICABLE LAW AND OTHER TERMS
4.1. This agreement is governed by the provisions of Greek law, the directives and regulations of European law and the relevant international provisions and is interpreted in accordance with the rules of good faith, commercial morals and the economic and social purpose of the right.
4.2. If a provision is found to be unlawful and therefore void or void, it shall automatically cease to be valid, without in any way prejudicing the validity of the other terms.
4.3. No alteration of the terms of this agreement will be taken into account and will not be part of it unless it has been drafted in writing and has not been incorporated into it.
4.4. Competent tribunals for possible disputes arising from this Convention are the Courts of Thessaloniki.