1.1 Processing of personal data is considered to be any action related to the collection, registration, organisation, preservation or storage, modification, export, use, transmission, dissemination or any other form of disposal, correlation or combination, interconnection, Commitment, deletion or destruction of personal data (hereinafter "processing").
1.2 for the processing of personal data of the user, the company acts as a controller and this processing is done in accordance with the Greek legislation. The company declares that it complies fully with the provisions of the applicable Greek law (European regulation 679/2016 and Greek legislation).
Data provided directly by the user
2.1 The company processes the information provided by the user through the website, either by subscribing to the newsletter of the company, or by completing the contact form, either by filing a CV or by any Other way, for example through social media advertising campaigns. Similarly, the company processes the information provided by the user through third party websites and social media for the purposes of advertising and promotion of its services.
2.2 This information is indicative: the name of the user, the e-mail address, the telephone number, the age, the card and any other personal data is derived from his CV.
2.3 If the user disagrees with the use of his/her information for the promotion and advertising of the company's services, he may declare it where it is asked when completing the aforementioned forms of communication.
3.1 The website uses small files called microdata (cookies) used by the company to customize the user experience. The use of microdata is technically necessary for the complete realization of the user's connection to the website. For more information, visit the company's microdata policy.
Company Customer Data
4.1 The company processes the personal data of its customers for the purposes imposed by the execution of the contract and agreement between them.
4.2 The user consents, expressly agrees and unreservedly accepts any processing action that the company will undertake in the context of the provision of its services to the user, indicatively in order to represent the user, and to mediate In the relevant procedures with the public and tax authorities to ensure and serve the financial, accounting, tax and other related needs of the user.
4.3 The personal data of the user are retained throughout the duration of the contract with the company and for two (2) years after its expiration, unless a longer period is foreseen under applicable tax legislation. You may request deletion of your personal data in a shorter period of time, which we will abide by, if permitted.
Registration – Newsletter
5.1 No user registration is required for browsing the site.
5.2 If desired, the user can subscribe to the newsletter and the subscription package of the company, providing this e-mail address. Sharing this address with the company, the user accepts the company's communication with him for promotional and advertising purposes. The Company undertakes not to promote this address to third parties.
5.3 The user has the possibility to unsubscribe from the newsletter of the company at any time, by disclosing his intention to the company. After this notification, the e-mail address of the company is deleted from each of the records within 5 working days.
Data collected through third-party websites
6.2 The information collected by the company in the context of this service is, among other things, the name of the user, the e-mail address and the information provided by replying to the questionnaire of the company.
6.3 The company processes this information in response to the user's enquiries and then to its information and participation in the company's advertising campaigns. By using the service, the user accepts and consents to the processing of his/her information in this way.
7.3 The user is entitled to withdraw his consent to the processing of his data at any time. However, this withdrawal will not affect the lawfulness of the processing based on its consent for the period prior to withdrawal, nor the further processing of the same data, which is carried out under another legal basis, such as the fulfilment of a contract or Need to comply with a legal obligation to which the company is subject.
Purpose of treatment
8.1 Any processing of personal data made by the company takes place for legitimate and lawful purposes connected with the provision of the services chosen by the user.
8.2 The user expressly declares and accepts that the personal data that it registers and discloses to the company, which are collected and processed by it, are relevant, appropriate and not more than required in view of the aforementioned purposes; Processing.
8.3 The personal data of the user are used exclusively either for the service of its own financial and tax needs, or for internal use by the company, or on behalf of AΑΑS, if we are requested to do SO And we are obliged to do so. The data is also used to promote the company's services. For example, the e-mail addresses of users are used to send newsletters about the company's services, but to communicate with their customers through social media.
8.4 The Company undertakes that it will not use the user's personal data for any other purposes than those mentioned herein, without prior notification and, where necessary, its approval.
9.1 The user retains the rights provided for in the provisions of articles 15-22 of the European regulation 679/2016.
9.2 In particular, the user reserves the right to be informed about the processing, to have access to the personal data relating to him and which are or have been processed and to object to the Processing of data relating to him, in accordance with the provisions of articles 15-22 of the European regulation 679/2016 and of the Greek legislation. In relation to objections, it may in particular apply for rectification, temporary non-use, freezing, transmission or not, or even deletion of personal data.
9.3 For the exercise of the rights granted to the user, under the aforementioned provisions, it is necessary to communicate with the company, as well as the written information of the responsible data protection for the claims of the user.
Applicable law and jurisdiction
10.1 This text, as well as any dispute or claim arising out of or in relation to them, shall be governed by and construed in accordance with Greek law and the new General Data Protection Regulation 679/2016 (GDPR). Expressly agreed, signing and it becomes mutually accepted that the courts of Thessaloniki will have exclusive jurisdiction in respect of any dispute or claim that any arise between the company and the user, and is governed by the present.
11.1 For further information or questions regarding the processing of the data or for the exercise of any legal right, the user may be addressed to the data protection officer, Papastavros, 31 Politechniou, 54626 Thessaloniki, tel. 2310532387, fax. 2310512226, E-mail: email@example.com.
Microdata Policy (Cookies)
Introduction: Data obtained through the use of microdata (cookies)
1.1 The website uses small files called microdata (cookies) which are used by the company "K. KALOGIROU AND YIOI O.E.". (hereinafter referred to as the company) to adapt the user experience. Microdata are small text files that contain information, such as the type of server that each user uses, the type of computer, its operating system, the Internet service providers, and other information such Kind. When the user visits the Web page, the microdata is sent by its management software and stored on the computer's hard disk or in the storage space of each user's portable device.
1.2 The microdata does not cause damage to the user's computer or mobile device, nor to the files stored on them, and they do not take note of any document or file from the user's computer. The microdata cannot reveal the identity of the user, but may be used to identify his or her computer.
1.3 The use of microdata is technically necessary for the complete realization of the user's connection to the website. For this reason, before browsing the website, the user is required to accept the storage of micro-data files on his computer, as provided in article 5 (3) of Directive 2002/58/EC, as transposed into Greek law, as well as in accordance with Article 6 of the General Data Protection Regulation 679/2016 which specifies that it is possible to collect data for a lawful cause.
1.4 Most Internet navigators automatically accept microdata. However, the user can configure the Internet browser that he/she uses in such a way as not to store the microdata on their terminal device, or to display a hint all the time before a new microdatum is saved. However, the complete deactivation of the microdata may result in the inability to use certain features of the Web page.
2.1 Microdata is typically classified in session microdata (microdata functionality) and persistent microdata. The site uses microdata functionality to provide the user with more comfortable use and to identify which individual pages of the website have been visited. These are automatically deleted as soon as the user leaves the site.
2.2 The site still uses temporary data for ease of use, which are stored for a specified period of time on the user's end device. If the user re-visits the website to use the company's services, the company automatically recognizes that he has already visited the website, in which listings, settings and actions he has made and which pages he visited, In order not to be required to take the same action again. In addition, these microdata are used by the company for the statistical analysis of the use of the website in order to optimize its services, as well as to display information specifically tailored to the user.
2.3 The website may use Web beacons (also called transparent GIF files, pixels or action tags, web bugs). These technologies are codes that offer a small graphical image on a website or in an e-mail message. Web beacons can recognize certain kinds of information on the user's computer, such as microdata, the date and time that a page is displayed, and a description of the page on which the Web beacon resides. In general, any file that was part of a website can act as web beacon. Web beacons are used for monitoring and statistical recording purposes. Third parties may also use Web beacons on the website to receive control, research and reporting information or to understand the user's interests and tailor advertisements to them.
2.4 Some of the third-party partners on the site may use Flash-type microdata, otherwise known as local shared objects (LSOs – Locally Shared Objects). Flash-type microdata is used to identify the user's interests through the articles they consult and generally to monitor user behaviors. LSOs retain data collections such as microdata, stored in a directory on a user's computer, and installed through Adobe's Flash Player video player.
2.5 Finally, the website uses social networking microdata, such as the Facebook platform Pixel, through which the company collects information about the behaviour of users of this platform on the website (Time of Stay On the website, individual pages visited by the user, and may then be re-targeted by some users who visited it mainly in this social media. Likewise, the company uses the microdata of the Google Ads Search service, in order to collect data on the behavior of the website users, who visit it through the particular search engine (time spent in Website, individual pages visited by the user).
Purposes of use of microdata
As mentioned above, the Company may, among other things, utilize the microdata for various reasons, such as:
3.1 For the optimum service of the users and the offer to them personalized financial, tax, labor and all kinds of consultancy services provided by the company.
3.2 To conduct surveys for statistical purposes and/or to improve the content and services of the website and/or to assess its effectiveness and to instantly record the trends of public opinion.
3.3 To collect information about the effectiveness of advertisements on the site, how users use it, and to display advertisements related to the website on other sites, based on previous visits Of the user to it.
3.4 For the optimum technical ability to present and operate advertising messages, new and promotional actions concerning the financial, tax, working and all kinds of consultancy services provided by the company to Natural and legal entities, businesses, institutions and organizations.
3.5 for targeting and re-targeting of users coming from social media and search engines.
Legal basis of the processing
4.1 The company uses small data for the purpose of configuration and continuous optimization of the website, for the collection of information about the behavior of its users and for the optimum advertising of its services. In addition, with the use of microdata, information is analyzed and evaluated in order to optimize the website and the advertising views displayed on it. In principle, with the collection of microdata, the company does not store or process personal data of the users of its website. In any case, if the processing of the microdata is assumed to lead to a user's identification, such processing is justified under article 6 (1) (f) GDPR.
In particular, the Google Analytics microdata
5.1 For the purpose of shaping and continuous optimization of our websites we use under article 6 (1) (f) GDPR Google Analytics, an online analysis service of Google Inc. ("Google"). In this context, "pseudonymised" usage profiles are created and microdata (cookies) are used. The microdata records the following information about the use of this website:
Internet browser Type/version
Operating system used
URL type referral (that is, the previous page you visited)
Access computer name and Internet Protocol (IP) address
Server request time.
5.2 The information is used to evaluate the use of the website, to compile reports on the activities and results of the company's advertising campaigns, as well as for the eventual re-targeting of the user. Internet Protocol (IP) addresses become anonymous so that they cannot be assigned by deleting one or more digits (so-called IP-masking).
5.3 The user may prevent the analysis of data generated by the microdatum concerning the use of the website (including the Internet Protocol address) and the processing of such data by Google; If it loads and installs an extension program in Google's Chrome Web browser. More information about data protection in relation to Google Analytics can be found on the Google Analytics website.
5.4 The information generated with the microdata is transmitted to a Google-server in the USA and stored there. Under no circumstances shall the user's Internet Protocol (IP) address be merged with other data from Google. This information may also be be passed to third parties if this is provided for in legislation or if third parties process such data on a delegated basis.
5.5 After the "anonymization" of the Internet Protocol address, it is no longer possible to connect to the user's face. Data created for statistical purposes is deleted from Google Analytics after 50 months. Reports compiled on the basis of Google Analytics no longer refer to persons.
In particular, the Google Display service microdata
6.1 The website also uses re-targeting technologies, in particular the Google Display service microdata. With these microdata, data of interest is collected with the use of an alias, that is, information is collected about the navigation behavior of each user for marketing purposes in anonymous form, which are stored in files Data on his computer and analyzed through algorithm. It is then possible to display targeted product recommendations and personalised banner ads with its services of interest to the user on the websites of the company's partners. Thus, the company ensures that it will appear on each user's terminal device, only the advertisement that is tailored to its actual or suspected interests.
6.2 Under no circumstances may such data be used to identify the user. No direct personal data is processed, and usage profiles are not merged with personal data. Even supposing that the identification of the user is possible, this data processing is carried out on the basis of article 6 (1) (f) GDPR.
6.3 Users who do not wish to appear on the computers of the company's personalised advertising banner reserve the right to oppose this data collection and storage for the future, as follows:
6.3.1 with the choice of the symbol shown in each banner banner (e.g. "I"), the user can go to the respective website of the provider. This is where the systematic retargeting technology is clarified and the opt-out is allowed. If the user unsubscribing to a provider, the so-called exception calibration is stored on his computer, which in future prevents the advertising banner of the respective provider from appearing. This unsubscribe can only be performed by the user's computer, and if the individual exception microdata are erased the user should inevitably repeat the opt-out process.
7.1 Except for the processing described in paragraph 2.5 and 5 hereof, the company does not provide the user's data to recipients established outside the European Union or the European Economic Area. The processing referred to above leads to the transfer of data forwarding of the "follow and targeting" technology providers authorised by the company (tracking and targeting). Some forwarding are located in the USA (information about the specific recipients can be obtained). The transmission of data is carried out in accordance with the principles of the so-called Privacy Shield as well as the so-called standard contractual clauses of the European Commission.
"Cookies" are small files with information that the web server stores on a user's computer, so that every time the user logs on to the website, the latter retrieves that information and offers the user related services.
The cookies of our website are divided into the following categories:
1. Necessary cookies - functionality cookies: They are necessary for the operation of the website and the improvement of its usability.
2. Statistical cookies: They help us understand how visitors interact with the pages, collecting anonymous information. For example, it lets us know which pages users visit most often and if they receive error messages.
3. Promotion Cookies - Marketing Cookies: They facilitate the display of ads that are more interesting and attractive to any user.
Based on the current legislation, the following possibilities / functions have been defined for the users:
1. Appearance of a pop-up box for the selection of the desired cookies.
2. Clear categorization and reporting of the categories of cookies used by the website
3. Ability of the user / visitor -with a button- to read about cookies (what they are, what they do, where they are used) before giving their consent.
4. Consent is given with clear, positive energy by the user / visitor, who is asked to make his choice and confirm it.
5. In the event that the user / visitor for any reason and in any way, continues his navigation without having made any choice, it is automatically considered that he has accepted only the necessary cookies for the operation of the site.
6. In the option to reject all, it goes without saying that the necessary cookies, in a manner lawful with the applicable provisions, remain and the user is not excluded from browsing or any vital function of the Site.
Below is a table with the important features of the Cookies-Registration Mechanisms used by the website.
It is necessary for the proper operation of the website, the establishment of a connection and the creation of a user account. For this reason they are always activated.
Session cookie Special system cookie for the purpose of proper operation, user navigation on the website and the completion of orders.
As long as you have the browser open
To enable map display through Google Maps.
They relate to the collection of information that allows us to understand how our site is used by visitors, and help to improve its functionality, structure and content. Data such as IP address, various demographic information, etc. are collected.
Google Analytics Results of performance and use of the site are collected by our visitors, in order to improve the content and loading speed.
Information is collected on the export of useful statistics on the sales and performance of the online store.
They concern the customization of advertising content (advertising targeting cookies), so that it reflects your interests. They also help us evaluate how effective our advertising campaigns are.
Google Ads Ad statistics are collected in order to improve targeting through the provision of relevant advertising messages.
Facebook Pixel Traffic statistics and visitor demographics are collected in order to optimize the appearance of targeted advertising content.
AddThis Special cookie necessary for possible printing / sending / notification functions of the content of any page of the website.
We collect information that is used to promote advertising content as well as the display of messages related to the use of inside and outside the platform.
Special cookie for the application of visitor interaction functions with Facebook.
As long as you have the browser open
Disable / Delete Cookies
Cookies do not pose a risk to your computer system or your files. You can of course disable cookies using the setting in your browser that allows you to refuse the setting of certain cookies. However, if you use your browser settings to disable all cookies (including basic cookies) you may not be able to access all parts of our site or any other sites you may visit.
Disabling a cookie or cookie category does not delete the cookie from your browser. You will need to do this separately in your browser.
You have the option to revoke your consent, or re-select the cookie categories you accept by clicking here . Once you have done that, refresh your page and a pop-up window will appear to select the categories of Cookies you accept from the beginning.