ETHOS MEDIA S.A. takes your personal data very seriously and for that reason complies with the national legislation in force from time to time as well as Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (General Data Protection Regulation – GDPR).
ETHOS MEDIA S.A. is committed to fully implementing the applicable legislation and European regulations, taking into account the adoption of suitable technical and organisational measures to protect personal data.
This policy applies to personal data collected via the website:
The data controller for this website is the company with the corporate name ETHOS MEDIA S.A. whose registered offices are in Piraeus at 79-81 Filonos St., Tel.: +30 210 2109984950, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, hereinafter referred to as “ETHOS MEDIA S.A.”.
Purpose of this policy
The purpose of our policy is to present the following topics in as simple, comprehensible and concise a manner as possible:
- The data we process via our website, for what purpose and on what legal basis
- How long we retain your data for
- Who receives your personal data
- What your rights are and how can you exercise them
- What legitimate interests we pursue
- What rules apply to your consent when it is necessary
- What rules apply to personal data collected via cookies
- What rules apply to special categories of data
- What rules apply to your data and social media
When you need to provide us with your personal data
When you visit our website: (IP address, URL, Browser, OS)
ETHOS MEDIA S.A. can identify the IP address via which the computer or any other electronic device acquires access to the internet and then to our website. This is due to the way the internet operates and the purpose here is to safeguard networks from malicious acts. For the same reason, this function collects information about the type of browser and your operating system (Windows, android, iOS, etc.) as a user. That information cannot directly identify you and is stored for the minimum period necessary to ensure network security. That data does not require your prior consent before it is collected, since it is necessary for each website to operate safely and properly.
That data is held in log files on our website’s server for … months.
The legal basis for the initial collection of that data is Article 4(5)(a)(c) Law 3471/2006 which permits technical storage or access whose sole purpose is to transfer a communication via an electronic communications network or which is necessary to provide an information society service which the user has expressly requested. The legal basis for retaining your data is our legitimate interest in the proper and safe operation of our website. You have the right to object to the retention of your data on grounds relating to your particular situation, where your rights and freedoms override our legitimate interests or the need to collect data to establish, exercise or defend our legal claims. On the question of how to exercise this right, please see the section entitled “Rights”.
Information stored automatically – Cookies policy
Cookies are small data/text files stored on your computer’s hard disk by your browser.
Cookies are divided into different categories depending on the purpose they serve and how they operate, such as making it easier for you to navigate from one website to another, storing your preferences and in general improving your browsing experience.
Cookies and other similar tracking technologies are governed by the e‐Privacy Directive (Directive 2002/58/EC) which was transposed into Greek law by Law 3471/2006 and in a supplementary manner by the European General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/679 / GDPR) and Law 4624/2019.
Our website uses three categories of cookies:
- Essential cookies
Essential cookies mean those which have been evaluated as necessary from a technical – operational viewpoint, since without them a (safe) connection to the website cannot be made to connect it to the internet or in general to provide the internet service specifically requested by the user (such as placing products in the shopping cart). The law does not require your prior consent for cookies in this category. For all other categories of cookies, in accordance with Article 4(5) of Law 3471/2006, cookies may only be installed if the subscriber or user has given his/her consent after having been clearly and extensively informed.
- Preference cookies
Preference cookies allow a website to remember information that changes the way the website behaves or its appearance, such as the preferred language or region you are in. On the liveon.tech website they are used to store the language in which you prefer content to appear, to add events directly to your electronic calendar, the fact that you visit the site from different devices, to store your messages, etc. These cookies have been categorised as “essential” to provide the service you request, and are installed without your consent so that the language you choose works properly.
- Performance (statistical analysis) cookies
A detailed list of cookies used with information about their purpose, duration and the person responsible for them can be found here.
The settings for cookies installed on our website can be changed at any time by clicking on the relevant tab entitled “COOKIES SETTINGS” which is located in the footer of our webpage.
When you send us messages using the contact form
You can submit your message on our website via the contact form. To that end, you must provide your name-surname and email address so that we can contact you to respond to your message. The lawful basis for using that data is our legitimate interest in responding to messages from visitors to our website, and if in your message you request that a contract between us be entered into (such as a collaboration or purchase of products) our lawful basis for using your data is to take measures at your request before entering into a contract.
If you choose to contact us using the contact form, none of the data you provide will be stored on this website or transferred / processed by anyone. On the contrary, the data will be entered in an email and sent to us. Email content is encrypted before being sent over the internet to allow it to travel securely and is decrypted by our local computers and devices once received.
We will keep your message in our email box for 12 months from the last communication, unless it includes an order you place with us, in which case it will be retained for up to 5 years after completion of our collaboration, in order to prove our transaction and to establish/exercise legal claims which may arise on either side within the statute-barring period specified.
When you register for our website’s newsletter service
If you want to subscribe to our email newsletter service to learn about our offers and new products first, you must do so by giving us your express consent to do so, by sending us an email. For security reasons, you need to confirm your registration by clicking a hyperlink you will receive at the email address you provided (double opt-in).
You can withdraw your consent at any time by sending an email to email@example.com or by pressing the “unsubscribe” button at the end of each newsletter.
For the purpose of sending you newsletters, your data will be retained by us for such time as you keep your consent for that in place and do not withdraw it. For more about the newsletter subscription service click here.
We do not use your personal data for automated decision-making which could have legal or other major consequences for you, nor do we engage in profiling based on your personal data.
What are your rights under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)?
RIGHT OF ACCESS AND RECTIFICATION
You are entitled to know whether the personal data relating to you was or will be processed and in all events to require ETHOS MEDIA S.A. to correct your personal data if it is inaccurate or to supplement it in the case of shortcomings. When updating your personal data, you may be asked to verify your identity before we can satisfy your request.
RIGHT OF PORTABILITY
You can receive your personal data in electronic format. This right applies:
- A) if you provided the data yourself either
- B) by giving your consent or
- C) to conclude a contract with us.
You will receive the data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format (in other words in a type of electronic file widely used and easily readable by ordinary software) so you can send them or request that they be sent by us to another controller, provided that this does not adversely affect the rights and freedoms of other persons.
RIGHT OF ERASURE
Under the conditions laid down by law, you can request the erasure of your personal data and -in specific cases- the restriction of processing of existing data. The personal data which we are obliged to retain due to legal obligations cannot be erased. Deleting personal data which is necessary to implement a contract may lead to cancellation of the contract or inability to implement it.
RIGHT TO OBJECT
You are entitled to object at any time to the processing of data relating to you.
Your right applies where the reason for processing that data by us is our legitimate interest and you have an objection due to your own particular situation (for personal, professional or social reasons).
That applies to data automatically collected when you browse the internet and our website, and when you send us a message using the contact form on our website.
RIGHT TO RESTRICT PROCESSING
You are entitled to request that processing of your data be restricted.
That will apply if you contest the accuracy of your data and until we verify it, when you consider that the processing done is unlawful, when we no longer need the data, or when you have exercised your right to object.
RIGHT TO WITHDRAW CONSENT
When we process your personal data based on the consent you gave us, you are entitled to freely withdraw that consent at any time, without retroactive effect, and without suffering any consequences for other services we provide you for other reasons (e.g. based on our product sale agreement).
RIGHT TO COMPLAIN
You are entitled to submit a complaint to the Hellenic Data Protection Authority if you consider that your data is being unlawfully processed. The Authority recommends that you first contact us to submit any complaint or request. You can do this free of charge by email sent to the Data Protection Officer appointed by ETHOS MEDIA S.A. at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will make concerted efforts to satisfy your request. If you are not satisfied with our response, you can submit your complaint to the Authority (1-3 Kifissias Ave., Athens GR-11523, tel. 210- 6475600, www.dpa.gr email:email@example.com).
How to exercise these rights:
To exercise your rights and for any information about the processing of your personal data, you can submit a request to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org .
We may need to ask for your ID particulars before responding to confirm that someone else is not exercising your rights.
As a rule, your request will be met within one month of us receiving it, or if it is particularly complex, you will be notified within one month at least about delays which could be entailed by the complexity of the request.
Information and all relevant steps to respond to requests are provided free of charge unless those requests are excessive or recurring.
Retention period for your personal data
Your personal data is only retained for such time as is necessary for the purpose for which it was collected, in accordance with the distinctions made in the above use cases.
Who can receive your personal data?
- Only authorised associates of ETHOS MEDIA S.A. have access to data whenever that is necessary. We may give access to your data to our associates who provide their services to us (such as web hosting providers, website administrators, IT support providers, transport companies, etc.) where their services are necessary for our operations and for your convenience. All our associates have made a contractual commitment to us to protect your personal data and have undertaken not to disclose it to anyone else.
In all events, your personal data will not be sent, sold or disclosed to anyone for marketing purposes without your prior express consent.
Transfers to third countries
Your personal data are not transmitted to third countries outside the EEA or to international organisations which do not hold an adequacy decision on the protection of personal data or do not provide the necessary safeguards specified in the GDPR. The data on our website is stored on secure servers located within the EU.
Security of your personal data
ETHOS MEDIA S.A. implements suitable technical and organisational measures to ensure a suitable level of security for your data against risks. However, no information system is 100% secure. In all events, ETHOS MEDIA S.A. has prepared a plan to deal with any breach, in order to eliminate or limit the consequences thereof, according to which if there is a high risk to your rights or freedoms, you will be notified immediately.
Social media and embedded third-party content – Links
Our website may offer the option to share content on social networks and other related tools which allow you to share posts, articles or other materials on the website with other applications, websites or mass media, and vice versa. Using such features allows information to be exchanged with your friends or the general public, depending on the settings you have specified in your personal profile on the social media you are posting to. Moreover, if you follow us on these social media or send us messages via them, we collect any data you provide on those media (name-surname or alias you use, photo or avatar, etc.) in order to provide you with information or to respond to your messages.
Where hyperlinks on our website or embedded content lead to websites where protected intellectual works are presented to the public, we bear no liability in the case where those websites make such presentation without the rightholders’ permission. In all events, ETHOS MEDIA S.A. will not install hyperlinks for profit and will check those hyperlinks to the extent possible in relation to the websites they link to, so that it does not present protected works without the permission of the rightholder of those intellectual or related rights.
Updates and amendments
This Policy was last updated in: July 2022