ANTAEUS TRAVEL & TOURISM P.C.
The Company, as controller of your personal data collected within the context of your using the Company’s websites, hereby informs you of the purposes for which and the means by which your personal data is processed.
Personal data means any information relating to a natural person who is identified or can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier or to one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person (“data subject”).
All personal data, such as full name, address, e-mail address that you voluntarily provide to the Company shall be treated as strictly confidential.
Please read this document carefully, before using the Company’s websites.
When you visit the Company websites, the Company may collect data from you as you browse the websites. Some of these may be personal data, including, but not limited to, web pages that you visited, your search history, IP address, screen resolution, browser, operating system, settings, visit date and time and URL. If you use a portable device, we may also collect data identifying your device, settings and location.
The Company reserves the right to collect non-personal data, for the purpose of identifying the users (browser, computer type, operating system, internet providers) and/or to track your IP address using cookies.
Cookies are small pieces of data stored on the user’s hard drive that do not, however, grant access to documents or files stored in the user’s computer. They carry out necessary actions that allow users to access certain services and/or website pages and that also serve statistical purposes. For more information about the cookies that this website uses, please visit our Cookies Policy.
If you need us to contact you for further information, we will necessarily collect your name and email address.
We obtain your personal data directly from you. More specifically, you voluntarily submit your personal data to us when you request us to contact you.
We use your personal data for the purpose of answering to and meeting your requests.
The personal data that we collect through the websites, shall not be disclosed or communicated to any third party.
Our data base, where your personal data is stored is located in Greece.
The Company shall store your personal data for a period of two (2) months. After this time your personal data shall be deleted.
You have at any time the right to obtain information on your personal data kept in our data base without any obligation towards us and under the applicable personal data protection legislation. Before providing you with such data we may ask you to identify yourself by presenting a valid ID document.
You have the right to request that your personal data be updated/amended and the Company shall proceed to such amendment without delay.
You have the right to request that your personal data be deleted.
You have the right to request that the Company ceases to process your personal data.
You have the right to request the restricted processing of your personal data from the Company.
You have the right to request that your personal data be transferred to another organization/institution (data portability).
In case the Company is proven to be liable for disclosing your personal data and, as a result, you suffer material or non-material damage, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the competent Supervisory Authority (the Ηellenic Data Protection Authority – HDPA).
We collect personal data, already included in the CV you have voluntarily sent to us (inter alia your name & surname, telephone number, e-mail address, birth date etc).
We store this data, by saving your CV in a file specifically used for recruiting purposes only, in search of suitable candidates to fill positions in our company, for one (1) year; after this period the data will be deleted.
You have in any event the right to request that such data be deleted at any time.
VALID AS OF JULY 2021
2. WHAT IS A COOKIE
Cookies are small text files, downloaded to your computer, your tablet, your mobile phone or other device, when accessing the Website. They are widely used and help make websites perform better and more efficiently. They do so, since websites can read and save these files allowing them to detect and store important information that facilitate your browsing the internet (e.g. by keeping track of user’s preferences).
3. WHAT TYPE OF COOKIES WE USE
Below you may find a list of the Cookies we may use in the Website.
Essential Cookies: These Cookies are very important for our Website, because they allow you to browse through it and use any Website features. Without these quite necessary Cookies certain services will not be available and our website will not operate as smoothly as we would like it to.
Performance Cookies: Performance Cookies (called also “’analytics’’) collect information on how the Website is used and allow us to improve its services. For example, performance cookies track the pages on the Website that are more frequently visited by users, they allow us to view the overall usage models in our website and record any difficulty faced in the Website.
Functionality Cookies: In certain cases we may use functionality cookies. These Cookies allow us to track any selections you may have made in the Website and to provide optimized and customized services. These features help us improve your visit to the Website.
Flash Cookies: Sometimes we may use Adobe Flash Player to display certain content, such as video clips or animation. In order to improve your user experience, Local Shared Objects (widely known as “Flash Cookies”) are used to provide services, such as saving your settings and preferences. Flash Cookies are stored in your device but are operated by an interface other than the one provided by your internet browser. This means that Flash Cookies cannot be managed (in terms of browser) in the same way that usual Cookies can. On the other hand, the managing tools of Flash program can be directly accessed through the Adobe website. The Adobe website provides detailed information on the way you can delete or deactivate Flash Cookies (for more information visit http://www.adobe.com/security/flashplayer). Please note that should you fail to activate or should you deactivate or reject Flash Cookies for the Website, you may not be able to access specific functionalities, such as videos or services that require your signature.
4. THIRD PARTIES PLACING COOKIES ON THE WEBSITE
In certain cases, we may cooperate with third parties to provide services through the Website. Publicists of third parties and other companies may install their Cookies for collecting data on your browsing activity and/or the advertisements you have selected. They may use this information in order to present you with advertisements that may be of interest to you, based on the content you have viewed. Third party publicists may also use this information in order to check advertisement visibility. We have no control over such Cookies and if you wish to deactivate or reject third party Cookies, please visit the page of the respective third party. For more information on Cookie management, see section 5 below.
5. HOW TO MANAGE YOUR COOKIES
You may deny or not allow Cookies in this Website at any time either by not activating the relevant setting in your browser or by activating the setting in your browser that allows you to reject them. You can deny Flash Cookies in this Website by using the managing tools in the Adobe Flash website (www.adobe.com/security/flashplayer). For more information on the steps you need to take to deactivate Cookies, once you have activated them, go to our website service provider, using the help window. You can also visit www.allaboutcookies.org/managecookies/index.html for information on the most commonly used browsers. Please note that should you not accept or deactivate Cookies, all services in the Website many not run the way they were intended to.