Fr Greece is committed to the protection of the confidentiality and privacy of Personal Data and complies with the relevant provisions of the “General Data Protection Regulation” hereinafter referred to as “GDPR”.
- Personal data: is any information that refers to and describes a person, such as: identification information (name, age, residence, occupation, marital status, etc.), physical characteristics, education, work (pre-service, work behaviour, etc.), financial situation (income, assets, economic behaviour), interests, activities, habits.
- ‘personal data breach’ means a breach of security leading to accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorised disclosure or access to personal data transmitted, stored or otherwise processed.
- Controller: the natural or legal person who determines the purposes and manner of the processing of personal data.
- Processor: the natural or legal person, public authority, service or other body processing personal data on behalf of the controller.
- Processing of personal data: any operation or series of transactions relating to personal data, such as collection, registration, organisation, structure, storage, adaptation or alteration, recovery, search for information, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or any other form of disposal, association or combination, restriction, deletion or destruction.
- Third: any natural or legal person, with the exception of the data subject, the controller, the processor and persons who, under the direct supervision of the controller or processor, are authorised to process personal data.
Who is the Controller
FR Greece is the controller of personal data, which it processes in the context of the provision of its services, maintains and processes your personal data with confidentiality and respect for your privacy, taking the necessary technical and organizational measures to further protect them.
Principles On Which We Rely
Article 5 GDPR:
- Legality, objectivity and transparency
- Limitation of purpose – Personal data are collected for specified, explicit and legitimate purposes and are not further processed in a manner incompatible with those purposes.
- Data minimisation – Personal data are adequate, relevant and limited to what is necessary in relation to the purposes for which they are processed.
- Accuracy/data quality – Personal data should be accurate and, where appropriate, updated.
- Preservation – Personal data must be kept no longer than necessary or required by law
- Integrity and confidentiality – Security must be guaranteed, in particular protection against unauthorised or unlawful treatment and accidental destruction or damage, using appropriate technical or organisational measures.
- Accountability Authority.
Collection of Personal Data
We collect information about you, including in the following cases:
- When you contact us directly, through our website, to request information about the services we offer.
- If you buy a service from us.
- If your personal data is transmitted to us by Companies,partners or other third parties.
- During the pre-service stage in order to get in touch with you and recommend the best possible solution.
- When you contact us directly, through our website or through ads we have posted on other websites or in the press, for a job by sending your CV.
We also collect data occasionally, from third parties, that may lawfully transmit to us information about our clients or whose records we may legally access, such as our external partners, Credit And Fraud Information Providers, lawyers, public services (administrative, tax, judicial, regulatory, insurance funds) or other NDAPs or NPDs.
Personal data is processed for the purposes as detailed below.
Please help us keep your information up to date by informing us of any changes to your personal data.
What Kind of Personal Data We Collect About You
The following categories of data about you may be collected and further processed as described in this Policy:
- Contact Information (e.g. Name, Address, No. Phone, email)
- Occupational Status Information (e.g. Occupation, studies)
- Identification data (e.g. IP address)
- Application/web/social media data (e.g. cookies)
- Data and other data necessary for the conduct of the Festival
Categories of Personal Data Subjects
Categories of subjects include:
- NGOs and Civil Society Organisations
- Natural persons in their capacity as employees, directors or partners in a legal person.
- Third parties involved in events related to the provision of our services.
- Our staff
What are the Purposes of Processing & the Legal Basis of Data Processing
The processing of personal data is based on one of the “legal bases” as referred to in Article 6 §1 of the GDPR. An explanation of the legal bases for processing is available in Annex 1 hereto. The legal basis on which the processing of each use of your data is based refers to each processing purpose.
Participation management – for the processing of the sale, the configuration of the appropriate solution and the management of the Contract. (Article 6§1(a), 6§1(b) and 6§1(f) GDPR)
The provision of personal data in the context of the provision of services is a contractual obligation and their non-provision will affect the proper performance of the contract or make it impossible.
Support participants – to answer questions and support about our services. (Article 6§1(a), 6§1(b) and 6§1(f) GDPR)
Promotion and Marketing Actions – to answer questions and to inform about our news and services (Article 6§1(a) and 6§1(f) GDPR)
The marketing consensus can be revoked at any time, with effect for the future.
Compliance with our Legal Interests – e.g. to improve our services, prevent and detect fraud against us [Article 6§1,(f) GDPR]
Compliance with our Legal Obligations – to comply with our legal obligations to police, regulatory, tax, accounting, auditors, judicial authorities and agencies [Article 6§1(c) GDPR]
The provision of personal data as above is a statutory obligation which depends on the specific request.
Processing of Specific Categories of Data: In accordance with Article 9 §1 and 2 of the GDPR, the processing of specific categories of data is permitted only in the specific cases specified by law, including the provision of consent under Article 9§2(a).
How We Ensure the Security of Personal Data
We ensure that personal data are processed, in compliance with policies and procedures in accordance with the purposes of processing. For example, the following security measures are used to protect personal data against misuse or any other form of unauthorized processing:
- Access to personal data shall be limited to only a certain number of persons authorised for those purposes.
- The staff of the competent departments responsible for the management of your contract, is bound by confidentiality clauses having classified and limited access, only to those necessary to complete the provision of the service.
- Sensitive data is stored on a computer with authorized access. Also in paper form they are locked in lockers where only authorized persons have access.
- We select trusted partners who are bound in writing in accordance with Article 28 §4 of the GDPR with the same privacy obligations. We reserve the right of control over them Article 28 §3(h).
- Computer systems used to process data are technically isolated from other systems in order to prevent unauthorized access, for example throughhacking.
- In addition, access to these computer systems is monitored on a permanent basis in order to detect and prevent illegal use at an early stage.
For How Long We Store Data
We store personal data for as long as required by the respective processing purpose and any other permitted linked purpose. The data shall be retained for the duration of our contract and, after its expiry, for as long as provided for by applicable law.
Information that is no longer necessary is safely destroyed or anonymised.
Especially for the data we process based on your consent (e.g. for marketing purposes), they are kept from the receipt of the relevant consent until it is revoked.
We restrict access to your data to the persons who need to use it for that purpose.
In particular, with regard to training programmes, the data used for the submission and/or management of the training programme, after the completion of the relationship between us, shall be kept for a minimum of 10 years. At the end of this period they are destroyed.
Who Are the Recipients of Data
The personal data we collect may be transmitted to third parties, provided that the legality of the transfer is justified.
Furthermore, where the legality of the transfer is justified, personal data may be communicated to the following categories of recipients:
- Participants in the Festival are our individuals or companies, for which we act as “Processors”, who are “Processors”.
- Our members or partners who may process your personal data under our instructions.
- Cooperating companies within the framework of their responsibilities.
- External partners, who are bound in writing in accordance with Article 28 §4 of the GDPR with the same obligations with regard to the protection of personal data.
- Any supervisory authority, as required by the applicable supervisory framework.
- Any public or judicial authority, if required by law or by a court order.
Fr Greece uses a number of services that cooperate in the provision of the services mentioned.
Although the transmission of data over the internet or a website cannot beguaranteed to protect against cyberattacks, both we and our partners are working to maintain physical, electronic and procedural security measures to protect yourdata.
Where the Processing Takes Place
Participants’ personal data are processed within the European Economic Area (EEA).
If an investigation into the provision of services is required outside the EEA, then this is done with your express consent[Article 49, §4(a)].
Violation of Personal Data
In the event of a breach of the security and integrity of the data available to us concerning personal data, FR Greece will take the following measures (in accordance with Articles 33 and 34 of the GDPR):
- It will examine and evaluate the procedures required to limit the infringement of the
- It will assess the risk and its impact on the rights and freedoms of data subjects.
- It will try to reduce as much damage as possible that has been or can be caused.
- It will notify within 72 hours of knowing of the breach, if required
- It will assess the impact on privacy and take appropriate measures to prevent a recurrence of the breach.
Your Rights as a Data Subject and how you can exercise them
You have the right to request access to your personal data, correction/deletion of your personal data, restriction of processing, right to object to the processing and/or exercise your right to data portability.
If data processing is based on your consent, you may withdraw your consent at any time, with effect for the future.
In more detail, you have the right to:
a. Access: Right to be informed about the processing of data by us, and right of access to data.
b. Correction: Right to request correction or completion of your data, if these are inaccurate or incomplete.
c. Delete: Right to request the deletion of your data. This right can be met if:
- Data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected.
- If there is no other legal basis for processing beyond consent.
- If you exercise your right to object (see below)
- If the data have been processed contrary to the applicable legislative provisions
- If the data must be deleted in order to comply with a legal obligation.
We reserve the right to refuse to satisfy the above right if the processing of the data is necessary for the fulfilment of our legal obligation, for reasons of public interest or the establishment, exercise or support of legal claims (Article 17 §3).
d. Restriction of processing: Right to mark the data, with the aim of limiting their processing. For example, when you have questioned the accuracy of your personal data, for the period required for verification.
e. Portability: Right to receive your data in a structured, commonly used and readable format by machines as well as to request that it be transmitted, both to you and to another person who will process it.
F. Objection: Right to object at any time to your data processing, including profiling, also when the processing reason relates to online marketing.
Fr Greece will review your request and reply to you within one month of receipt of the request either for its satisfaction or for the objective reasons preventing its satisfaction or, given the complexity of the request and the number of requests, within an additional two months. (Article 12 §3)
The exercise of these rights takes place at no cost to you, by sending arequest/letter/email to the Data Controller.
If you are not satisfied with our use of your data or our response to the exercise of your above rights, you are entitled to lodge a complaint with the Privacy Authority.
You may exercise the above rights in the contact details listed below.
Contact Details of the Controller
For any matter regarding the processing of your personal data and the exercise of your above rights, you can contact us by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and by post at: Athens University of Economics and Business, Research Centre, Management Science Lab, Fashion Revolution Greece, Troias 2 46, Athens, 113 62, Greece
Contact Details of the Privacy Authority
Country Coordinator Dr Fiori Zafeiropoulou, Phone: +30 2111189357, email email@example.com and by post at: Athens University of Economics and Business, Research Centre, Management Science Lab, Fashion Revolution Greece, Troias 2 46, Athens, 113 62, Greece
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