“APPLICABLE LAW ON PERSONAL DATA”: General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and Community and national legislation on the protection of personal data and privacy in the electronic communications sector, as they apply at any time.
The personal data collected are further categorized into the data of the ordinary visitors and the data of the users of the website services as follows:
(a) SIMPLE SITE VISITORS:
When navigating the site, data on the use of the site (“usage data”) is collected for purposes of analyzing the use and monitoring and improvement of the website and the services provided. User data may include the IP address, geographic location, browser type and version, operating system, referral source (from which page you came to the site), visit duration, page views, and navigation paths of the website, as well as information on the timing, frequency and use of your website and services by you.
The above personal data of visitors to the site are limited to the information required to operate and improve this site and our services in accordance with applicable personal data law.
(b) NETWORK USERS:
In the context of the use of the site, personal data are collected and processed in the event of interest by the visitor
The above personal data of users of the site’s services are used by ZENLIA to communicate with you for the purpose of information about its products and services and for purposes related to the exploration of the possibility of professional employment in ZENLIA.-in the case of interest in any of ZENLIA’s products, there are data collection which depending on the type of business, may also be personal data and according to the posted form of communication include the following: business name, responsible , contact details, telephones, emails, VAT, and any personal data that will be filled in the relevant form (expression of interest) in the “comments” field,
Ensure that your personal data is secure. In order to prevent unauthorized access or disclosure, appropriate physical, electronic and management procedures have been put in place to preserve and securing your personal data collected.
The information collected about our site is used to generate reports about the use of our site.
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When a significant change occurs in the Policy, we will notify you accordingly, e.g. via a visible banner on the site. You should check this page occasionally to make sure you are satisfied with any changes to this Policy and carefully read any relevant notice you receive. By continuing using the site, you consent to the updated Policy.
In the future, the site may provide additional uses and gain increased functionality. If this entails any change in the way your personal data is collected and processed, you will be provided with more details and additional terms in this Policy. Unless otherwise stated, any new use / service of the site being imported will be subject to this Policy.
The purpose of this Policy is:
-Ensure that you know what personal data we collect about you, the reasons why we collect and process it, and to whom we share it.
-Explain how we use the personal data you have shared with us.
-Explain your rights and choices with respect to your personal data that is collected and processed while you visit the site and use it.
By visiting the site and using it, you accept this Policy, you expressly agree to the collection, use and processing of your Personal Data (as defined below) in accordance with this Policy.
The Personal Data of the visitor and user of the site are collected, maintained and processed by ZENLIA for the purpose of supporting, promoting and operating this site and providing specific services to its users.
ZENLIA may use third party service providers to host, store, manage and maintain the site, its content and collected data but also other technical service providers (eg e-mail services) to communicate with you on cases where it has received your explicit consent for this communication. ZENLIA only uses third-party service providers who agree to use only the personal data provided to them only for the purpose for which they were provided (eg technical services, site technical support) and who agree and guarantee that all processing which they deal with will be legal and comply with the provisions of the applicable personal data legislation.
ZENLIA does not sell, distribute or lease your personal information to third parties unless you have explicitly given your consent or required by law to disclose such information. In particular, ZENLIA may disclose your personal data to third parties when such disclosure is necessary for the creation, exercise or defense of legal claims, either in court proceedings or in a relevant Call of Competent Authorities, either in an administrative or extrajudicial manner, or for the purpose of preventing or interrupting an attack on computer systems or networks or the protection of its rights or property.
The server and data center used by the site is within the European Union and is therefore required to comply with the provisions of the applicable personal data legislation. The data collected through this site is not transmitted to companies outside the European Union.
In case your personal data is incorrect, you have the right:
Finally, under the applicable personal data laws, you have the right to file a complaint with the Personal Data Protection Authority.
or by post on the following postal address:
Athens, 106 82
ZENLIA is committed to protecting your personal data. If you have any questions or comments regarding the handling of your personal data by ZENLIA, please contact us at the address and details listed above. You may also use this address to inform us of any concerns you may have about compliance with this Policy.-Ask for them to be corrected to the extent that they are inaccurate and / or incomplete (‘right of rectification’).