1. Which technologies we use
- Functional cookies
Those cookies are necessary for the smooth operation of the website, as they secure that they desired information (for instance, regarding the choice of language) appears accurately and speedily, each time you visit the website. This type of cookies is automatically omitted, as soon as you close your browser.
- Cookies of third parties
The website uses Google Analytics cookies. They fall to the category of third party cookies and they are being stored for every visitor of the website. They collect information, regarding the way in which you use the website and the length of the time period for which they remain stored is determined by the use policy of Google. These cookies specifically collect information in an anonymous mode, including the number of the visitors of the website, the origin of the visitors and the pages they have visited within the website. We use the information, in order to improve the website.
2. Is their use necessary?
The use of the functional cookies is essential for your browsing through the website. The use of Google Analytics cookies helps us to make the website more functional. Nevertheless, if you don’t wish to install them, you may browse without it, by following your browser settings.
3. Which are your rights
Although this information is anonymous, if you consider that using it we can verify your identity, you may contact us, providing the necessary supplementary information for your digital identification, and requesting:
- to receive a copy of the information concerning you
- to correct or supplement it
- to erase it
- to restrict their processing
- to stop using it
We will satisfy your rights, only if we can digitally identify you and as long as no legal ground occurs to continue their processing.
4. How you can use them
To submit your request or any question concerning the use of these technologies, please contact us:
Address: Law Firm, Ermou 10, Thessaloniki, Postal Code 54625
Tel: (00 30) 2310 501342
Fax: (0030) 2310 512998
Moreover, you shall have the right to lodge a complaint with the Hellenic Data Protection Authority if you consider that we unlawfully process the information received using these technologies:
Address: Hellenic Data Protection Authority, 1-3 Kifisias Ave., P.C.. 115 23, Athens
Tel: (0030) 210 6475600
Fax: (0030) 210 6475628