Information collected from the Website
The website collects two basic types of information: “Personal Data” and “Non-Personal Identity Data”. Personal Data identifies information that identifies a user. Non-Personal Identity Data is information that does not reveal a person’s specific identity but identifies aggregate data, demographics, IP addresses, etc.
You do not need to enter personal data to use the website. However, in order to take advantage of the opportunities provided through our website (for example, to contact us) you must provide some personal information. The personal data we collect through our website, mainly concerns the username and email address of the user and is provided exclusively and only voluntarily by the user.
Non – Personal Identity Data
When a user visits and interacts with our website, our website, as well as the service providers and business partners we work with, collect non-personal user information that visits the website. Non-Personal Identity Data is collected from two different sources:
- The server logs,
Server Recorder Files
An Internet Protocol (IP) address is a number that is automatically assigned to the computer used by the user with the Internet Service Provider (ISP). This number is automatically identified and recorded on our recorder server every time a user visits our website. Gathering this information helps diagnose problems with the webserver and the management of the website. IP address collection is a permanent practice on the Internet and is done automatically by many websites.
Correction, Modification or Deletion of Information
The websitestpauls-residences.gr allows its users to correct, change or supplement data and information they have provided. If you want your data to be completely deleted from our server, contact us. You also have the right to ask to know what personal information our website has stored about you at this time.
How long do we keep your data?
Stpauls-residences.gr will protect your personal data only for the period of time consider reasonably necessary in order to meet the conditions required by applicable law. This means that we can keep your personal data for a reasonable period of time even after you have stopped visiting our page. After this period, the personal data will be deleted from our server.
Our website may use “cookies”. Cookies are data that a web server transmits to a user’s computer to store files, as well as other purposes. Cookies are an industry standard that you use from most websites to facilitate continuous and smooth access of users to this website. Cookies do not cause damage to the user’s computer systems or files.
We strive to have all the security measures and tools that help protect against the misuse and alteration of the information under our control. Unfortunately, no data transfer over the Internet or data storage system can be 100% guaranteed and secure. The user accepts and agrees that any information you transmit or store through the website is at your own risk.
The data processor is entitled to modify the above terms without prior notice or information to the data subjects.
For any dispute that arises between a website and a visitor from the processing of the data of his personal character, the Courts of Halkidiki are responsible.