What are Cookies?
Cookies are small text files – consisting usually of letters and numbers - stored on your device by a website server.
Cookies are distinguished in “Session Cookies” and “Persistent Cookies” depending on the time that they remain stored on your device. “Session Cookies” are stored on your device the moment you visit the Website and they are automatically deleted when you close the browser. “Persistent Cookies” are stored on your device the moment you visit the Website and they remain stored even after closing the browser. “Persistent Cookies” shall be automatically re-enabled when opening the browser and browsing internet.
First-party and Third-party Cookies – Depending on the Website or the domain placing the cookie, cookies are characterized as “first” or “third” party. Generally, first-party cookies are cookies placed by the Website visited by the user– the Website displayed in the URL window. Third-party cookies are the cookies placed by a domain other than the one visited by the user. If the user visits a website and a different company places a cookie through that website, the cookie in question shall be a third-party cookie.
We, and/or third parties providing services on our behalf, classify cookies as described below. You can block each one of the following categories:
Strictly Necessary Cookies
These cookies are absolutely necessary for us to render to you the services that you requested from us through the Website. They are necessary to enable you to visit our Website and use properly its features. Basic functions, like the following, rely on these important cookies:
• To recognize your personal information, that you are register at the Website;
• To recover information on your transaction after its completion; and
• Generally, to provide to you with services and information upon your request.
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These cookies, that sometimes are called analysis cookies, gather information on the way users use the Website, in order to enable us to revise and enhance the Website and the visitor experience. These cookies do not collect visitor-identifying information. Such cookies gather information regarding:
• Pages that users visit more frequently;
• Advertisements or offers that users have viewed;
• Links clicked on by users;
• Error messages that users may receive during their navigation to the Website, etc.
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In order for us to provide to you more interesting content and to help you interact with your social media accounts, the Website may incorporate third-party content and services (e.g. “plugins” from Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest, e.t.c.) or links to third-party websites. When visiting third-party links and/or websites, you are subject to the cookies policy of such third parties. In this case, you are acting on your own responsibility and we bear absolutely no responsibility for any issue that may arise by storing cookies on your device from any such third-party website.
How to Control Cookies
Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but they offer control means that allow you to block or to delete cookies. You are allowed to enable or disable the placement of cookies on your device by changing at any time the settings of the browser that you are using. You can also set the browser that you are using in an appropriate way for it to inform you before the placement of a cookie on your device or you can follow the browser's instructions on how to delete all already placed cookies. If you use various devices, you should set your preferences to the browser on each one of your devices.
If you choose to disable all cookies, you might not be able to fully enjoy the interactive features of our Website or to receive our services through our Website.
Deleting cookies does not mean that the Flash applications objects shall be also deleted. You can learn more about the Flash applications objects, including the way to control and disable them on the Adobe website. You can also find additional information on cookies and similar technologies used on various websites through the browser that you are using or other web resources.
For you to manage cookies through your browser, you should chose the following hyperlinks to be redirected to your browser's instructions:
Microsoft Windows Explorer
You can learn more about cookies in the following third-party webpages:
• AllAboutCookies: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/
• Cookiepedia: http://cookiepedia.co.uk/
What are Similar Technologies?
Pixel tags, web beacons, embedded script and clear GIFs (graphics interchange format) are tiny files used to monitor navigation on a website and may be used with cookies. Flash objects (local shared objects) are small files stored on your device by a website using Adobe's Flash player technology.
Web beacons and embedded scripts
The web beacons and embedded scripts are other technologies that we use on the website, as well as in some of our emails and advertisements.
Web beacons (or “tags”) are bits of programming code included in web pages, emails, and ads that notify us, and/or third parties providing services on behalf of us, when those web pages, emails, or ads have been viewed or clicked on.
How to Contact Us
Paschalis Ioannis Contact details:
• Phone: 2155257023
• Address: ACHILLEOS 32 P FALIRO
We may change this Notice at any time.