Personal Data Protection
This Personal Data Protection Policy covers the conditions for collecting and managing the personal data of visitors/users/members (hereinafter “users”) by the Society Anonymous under the name “ARCHAEOLOGY AND ARTS PUBLISHING SOCIETE ANONYME”, with a registered office in the Municipality of Athens (6 Parnassou Street), Tax No. 800382859 – FAE Athens Tax Office, tel. 210 3228705, e-mail: [email protected], the owner and administrator of the www.archaeology.wiki website, when visiting, creating an account and using the services and pages of the www.archaeology.wiki website.
Given the nature and volume of the Internet, www.archaeology.wiki is not responsible under any circumstances, including in the event of negligence, for any damage caused to the user of the web pages, services, choices and content of www.archaeology.wiki which he/she uses on his/her own initiative and in knowledge of the terms hereof.
Personal data collection policy
In order to create a member account, www.archaeology.wiki will request the following information: users must provide a username and create a password, together with their e-mail, date of birth and country. These data are used to create the member account. Optionally, users may also choose to enrich their account profile by providing the following personal data: Name, Surname, Gender, Profession, Interest, personal webpage, personal blog, Facebook/Twitter/LinkedIn pages and Skype name, and also publish a photograph of themselves. In order to create a premium member account, members must pay a subscription fee. To make this payment, once they have selected the type of subscription they prefer, they will be redirected via secure connection to the platform of the internationally recognised online payment provider PayPal. www.archaeology.wiki is not notified of any other element of the user’s transaction (e.g. user’s PayPal ΙD, credit card details, etc.), but only receives confirmation from PayPal that the transaction has been completed.
www.archaeology.wiki strictly complies with Greek law on Personal Data Collection. Data provided by users will not be revealed to third parties and will not be made public in any way or be exploited in any way. These data are only used to the extent deemed absolutely necessary to:
In particular, regarding sending information e-mails to the address provided, www.archaeology.wiki will only do so if the user has specially declared his/her consent and www.archaeology.wiki has verified that this declaration is genuine. Access to the content of the consent declaration and the option of withdrawing that consent at any time is provided in every e-mail sent by www.archaeology.wiki, in the context of the present policy. Users can also withdraw the declaration of consent at www.archaeology.gr.
Exceptionally, www.archaeology.wiki may make its users’ personal data known under the following circumstances:
In any event, www.archaeology.wiki informs its users of the existence of their right to access and their right to object pursuant to articles 12 & 13 of Law 2472/97.
CORRECTION AND/OR DELETION OF PERSONAL DATA
www.archaeology.wiki allows users to request the deletion of their account with the personal data they have provided via e-mail sent to: [email protected] Users may correct and/or update their personal data at any time, by simply visiting the relevant service of www.archaeology.wiki.
LINKS TO OTHER SITES
www.archaeology.wiki includes links to other websites which are not controlled by www.archaeology.wiki but by their owners/administrators (natural persons or legal entities). www.archaeology.wiki bears no liability whatsoever for the terms of protection of its users’ personal data on third-party websites.
The IP address is determined by the Internet Provider through which the user’s computer accesses the Internet, and therefore to website www.archaeology.wiki. The IP address is retained by www.archaeology.wiki for technical reasons and to ensure the security of the website systems (server, database, network, etc.) and is used solely for the purpose of collecting statistical data.
The user’s IP address may be disclosed if required, according to due legal process, by the competent law enforcement or judicial authorities or other government authorities.
The management and protection of the personal data of users of the services of www.archaeology.wiki are subject to the terms set forth in the present section, as well as the relevant provisions of Greek Law (Law 2472/1997 on the protection of individuals and the protection of personal data as modified and supplemented by Law 3471/2006 on electronic communications), the decisions of the Chairman of the Commission on Personal Data Protection, and EU legislation. In this context, any future relevant regulation will be the subject of this section. In any event, www.archaeology.wiki reserves the right to change the terms of personal data protection within the existing and/or new legal framework, after informing the users.
Access to the contents and services of www.archaeology.wiki implies and presumes the user’s full and unreserved acceptance of the terms of the present policy and the user’s consent to the processing of those data in accordance with the above terms.