Privacy (GDPR) & Cookies
With the new, pan-European GDPR data protection law, effective from 25 May 2018, it is imperative that we analyze our policies and procedures for the protection of our visitors' personal data.
Our site collects data to operate effectively and provide you with the best possible experience with our services. Some of this data is provided directly by you, such as your ip, as well as your access details, such as whether you are connecting from a mobile or computer, the operating system you are using, your browser, and individual components of your computer . Our site interacts with your computer by using small cookies stored on your computer, making our site experience more effective.
In addition to this automatically stored data, many of your information is sent to us through our contact forms.
How we use your personal information
Our Website uses your data for statistical purposes, more personalized information about your needs, as well as more effective communication between us and you through our forms of contact, and history retention.
Also some of your information may be used by us for promotional purposes such as newsletter, alerts, promotions, discounts, offers etc, always with your consent. You can leave these lists at any time.
Sharing Personal Data
Our site uses open source and cms software, as well as third-party gadgets and themes. Our site adheres to all data protection rules.
How to access and control your personal data
You can ask us to delete any information from our site. Delete you from your login, your account, your details, your history, etc.
Finally, in the event of malicious data leakage, unauthorized access by our third parties, software failure, server or other equipment, we are committed to informing you immediately and updating our data protection authorities, but we cannot we guarantee the timely prevention of leakage.
Cookies are small text files that are stored in our browser while we are browsing the web. Their purpose is to notify the site the user is visiting of their previous activity. They usually describe our information such as usernames and passwords in order to visit us later, to "remember" us and not to login.
Cookies may come from the site we have visited or from someone else (third-party cookies), for example through ads. They are usually unaccounted for, but third-party cookies have been shown to collect information about the behavior of each user on the Internet, which raises important privacy questions. This pushed the EU. and the US issue instructions for their use and user information for each site that uses them. There are programs that clean up malicious cookies, and if the user wishes to delete them, this feature is provided through the web browser.
Denial of responsibility
By using our website, using our services, submitting forms by filling out, browsing our web sites automatically means that you have read, understood and accepted all of the above and we disclaim any liability.