1. For browsing on the website, no signing up is required nor registration of users’ personal data. The visitor/user that wishes to be advertised at the website should contact the Company at the contact information referred to at the beginning of these terms, in order to obtain all necessary information. website includes links to other websites which as stated above are controlled by third parties and not by the company, which is not responsible for the privacy policy they follow.

    The IP address, through which users interact online with, is utilized exclusively for collecting technical-statistical information and the company does not collect or process any data that may lead in any way to the identification of the user.

    In order to be able to provide personalized services and to improve the navigation experience of some of the services provided on, cookies are used in accordance with the specific terms and conditions set out in the following article of these Terms of Use.

    The users of have the following rights in accordance with the law:

    Α.Right to information.

    The controller shall, at the stage of collecting personal data, inform the subject in an appropriate and clear manner about at least the following:

    i. his identity and the identity of his or her representative 

    ii. the purpose of the processing

    iii.  the recipients or categories of recipients of the data

    iv. the existence of the right of access


    Β. Right of access.

    Everyone has the right to request that they be replied to in writing if the personal data concerning him or her are processed or processed and, without delay and in a clear and understandable way, obtain from the controller the following information:

    i. All personal data concerning them and their origin.

          ii. The purposes of the processing, recipients or categories of recipients

          iii. The evolution of the processing for the period since its previous updating or information.

          iv. The logic of automated processing.

          v. Where appropriate, correcting, deleting or blocking data whose processing does not comply with the law, in particular due to incomplete or inaccurate nature of the data, and 

          vi. Notification to third parties to whom the data have been disclosed of any rectification, erasure or blocking carried out in compliance with (b), unless this proves impossible or involves a disproportionate effort.

  1. The right of access can be exercised by the data subject and with the assistance of a specialist.

    The right of access as well as the right of objection shall be exercised by submitting the relevant application to the controller and at the same time paying a sum of money, the amount of which, the method of payment and any other relevant issue shall be settled by a decision of the Data Protection Authority. This amount shall be reimbursed to the applicant if the request for correction or deletion of the data is found to be valid either by the controller or by the Authority in the event of recourse to it. In this case, the person responsible shall be required to provide the applicant without delay, free of charge and in comprehensible language, with a copy of the corrected part of the processing concerned.

    If the controller does not respond within fifteen (15) days or if his response is unsatisfactory, the data subject is entitled to appeal to the Authority. In the event that the controller refuses to meet the request of the interested party, he shall communicate his reply to the Authority and inform the person concerned that he or she may make use of it.

    C. Right of Objection.

    The data subject may at any time object to the processing of data relating to them. Objections are addressed in writing to the controller and must contain a request for specific action, such as correction, temporary non-utilization, commitment, non-transmission or deletion. The controller has the obligation to respond in writing to the objections within a fifteen (15) days’ exclusive deadline. In his or her reply, they shall inform the subject of the action taken or, where appropriate, of the reasons for not responding to the request. The response to rejection of objections must also be notified to the Authority.

    If the controller does not respond within the time-limit or his response is unsatisfactory, the data subject shall have the right to appeal to the Authority and request that his objections be examined. If the Authority assumes that the objections are reasonable and that there is a risk of serious harm to the subject from further editing, they may require the immediate suspension of processing until a final decision is made on the opposition.

    Everyone has the right to declare to the Authority that they do not wish data concerning him / her to be processed by anyone for the purposes of promoting the sale of goods or the provision of distance services. The Authority keeps a record of the identity of the above. Controllers of related files are obliged to consult before any editing that registry and delete from their file the persons referred to in that paragraph.

    Adherence to the above-prescribed law procedure is a prerequisite before any further action is taken before any public or judicial authority on issues related to the protection of users’ personal data.