The controller of your personal data is Karagianni Chrysa, daughter of Ioannis, resident of Thessaloniki (4, Ermou St.), with TIN 025431848 from the 1st Tax Office of Thessaloniki, website www.karayiannislaw.gr, email address firstname.lastname@example.org, and phone number +302310537416.
When you provide us with your personal data in any of the above ways, you are consenting to the processing of such data by our law firm or by whomever we appoint controller.
- Which data are collected
The personal data that we collect are primarily your full name, phone number, mailing address, email address, data that results from your use of our website and data collected through cookies, as well as any additional data supplied by you. This last category may include identifying data, such as copies of your police ID card or passport, financial information such as your bank account number, and finally data that you feel you need to provide us with in the context of your legal representation by our firm.
- How personal data are collected
Your personal data are collected in order to facilitate improved customer service. For this reason, your prior consent is required in every instance. Your personal data are collected in two ways:
- through cookies,
- through the contact form.
There is also the possibility that we will collect personal data from our associates to whom you have disclosed them or even from publicly accessible sources.
The personal data that we collect are always processed in full compliance with the above-cited EU regulation. In particular, we use such data in order to handle the case you assign to us, to provide you with legal advice, to improve our communication with you, to identify the persons authorized by you to transact on your behalf, to make our website safer by avoiding instances of fraud or other illegal behavior, and also for any other purpose for which the data was provided to us.
- Lawful basis for processing
All of your personal data that we process have been collected with your express consent and we use them to provide our services and at the same time to safeguard our lawful professional interests. Finally, we process your personal data when we are required by law to do so.
- Disclosure of your personal data
- How long we keep your personal data
We keep your personal data for as long as is required in order to fulfill the purpose for which they were provided. This time period may also be affected by our professional needs.
- Protection of your personal data
We have taken all necessary measures to keep the personal data that you provide us with absolutely safe. That is why we may, at the beginning or during our collaboration, request proof of your identity. Although we implement the necessary procedures to ensure the safety of your personal data, we cannot ignore the fact that transmitting such data over the internet is not perfectly safe. Consequently, we are bound to provide the best possible protection of your personal data, which is transmitted at your own responsibility.
- Data subjects’ rights
According to Regulation (EU) 2016/679, you have the right to withdraw your consent (article 7), to access (article 15), to rectification (article 16), to erasure (article 17), to restriction of processing (article 18), to notification regarding rectification or erasure of personal data or restriction of processing (article 19), to data portability (article 20), to object (article 21), and finally to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority (article 77).
In order to improve the operation of our website and render it more user-friendly, personalized and individualized and consequently more effective, small text files called cookies are installed in your browser.
Depending on the browser you use, you will be able to accept cookies collectively or individually, or even to completely reject them. In the latter case, you may not be able to take full advantage of your browser’s capabilities, and also our website’s operation may be impeded.
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