Privacy Policy

The use of the web pages and services provided to the visitor/user by the website presupposes your unreserved agreement with the Privacy Policy on the Protection of Personal Data of this website. Therefore, the visitor/user must carefully read the contents of this page before using the services of our website. If you do not agree, you should leave it and NOT make any use of its services and content.

This privacy policy may change from time to time in accordance with legislation or industry developments. We will not expressly notify our customers or website users of these changes. Instead, we encourage you to periodically check this page for any changes to this privacy policy.

Your continued use of the website even after any changes to the Privacy Policy constitutes your unconditional acceptance of these terms.

We collect and process your personal data only when absolutely necessary and always with your consent.
We will never sell, rent, distribute, or otherwise make public your personal data.
If you are under 16 years of age, you MUST have your parents’ consent before using the services of this website.

Along with our company’s internal IT systems, this website has been designed to comply with the following laws/regulations regarding the protection of users’ personal data:
EU Data Protection Directive 1995 (DPD)
EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018

This website collects and uses personal information for the following reasons:

Website traffic monitoring
Like most websites, this one uses Google Analytics (GA) to track user activity. We use this data to determine the number of people using our website, to better understand how they find and use our websites, and to see their journey through the website.

Although GA records data such as your geographic location, device, web browser and operating system, none of this information makes you personally identifiable to us. GA also records your computer’s IP address, which could be used to identify you, but Google does not give us access to this. We consider Google to be a third party data processor which is compatible with the requirements of European legislation.

In the event that you choose to contact us using a contact form or a link in our email, none of the data you provide will be stored by this website or transferred to or processed by any third party data processor as defined below under “Our Third Party Data Processors”. Instead, this data will be sent to us in an email message via SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol).

Our SMTP servers are protected by TLS (sometimes known as SSL) security protocol, which means that email content is encrypted before it is sent over the internet. Email content is decrypted by our local computers and devices.

The purpose of the Newsletter service is to provide users/visitors who wish it with information regarding the services – news – seminars – offered by the website This process takes place after filling in a relevant form with personal data (email) of the interested parties.

In this way, they are registered as recipients of information from the Newsletter, without this in any way implying that they acquire intellectual property rights, which are protected by the relevant provisions of Greek legislation and international conventions and belong exclusively to It is up to the discretion of the website to register or not to the specific service, as well as to delete someone interested


What are cookies?

The term “cookie” refers to a small data file consisting solely of a series of information in text form, which the website transfers to the web browser located on your computer’s hard drive. Either temporarily throughout your visit, or sometimes for longer periods, depending on the type of cookie. Cookies perform various functions. (for example, they distinguish you from other visitors to the same website or remember certain things about you, such as your preferences). And they are used by most websites to improve your experience as their user.

Each cookie is unique to your browser and contains certain anonymous information. A cookie usually contains the name of the field where the cookie came from, the “lifetime” of the cookie and a value (usually in the form of a randomly generated unique number).

Most browsers allow you to opt out of cookies—for example:

a. In Internet Explorer (version 10) you can block cookies using the cookie settings found by clicking “Tools”, “Internet Options”, “Privacy” and “Advanced”

b. In Firefox (version 24) you can block all cookies by clicking “Tools,” “Options,” “Privacy,” selecting “Use custom settings for history” from the menu and unchecking “Accept cookies from websites”

c. In Chrome (version 29), you can block all cookies by going to the “Customize and control” menu and clicking “Settings”, “View advanced settings”, and “Content settings” and selecting “Block websites from data” under heading “Cookies”.

Blocking all cookies will have a negative effect on the functionality of many websites. If you block cookies, you will not be able to use all functions of your website.

You can delete cookies already stored on your computer—for example:

a. In Internet Explorer (version 10), you should manually delete the cookie files (instructions can be found at )

b. In Firefox (version 24), you can delete cookies by clicking “Tools,” “Options,” and “Privacy,” then selecting “Use custom settings for history,” clicking “View Cookies,” and “Remove All Cookies”

c. In Chrome (version 29), you can delete all cookies by going to the “Customize and control” menu, and clicking “Settings”, “View custom settings” and “Clear browsing data” and then selecting “Delete cookies and other website data” before you tap “Clear Browsing Data”.

Deleting all cookies will have a negative effect on the functionality of many websites.