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PRIVACY & COOKIES POLICY

COOKIES POLICY
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Cookies are small text files that are saved from a site in an internet browser during our navigation and then can be retrieved to recognise the browser the next time they visit the site. However, cookies never contain personal information that could allow anyone to contact the visitor to the site, such as e-mail, etc., and can be removed at any time. We use cookies for the best possible operation of the www.superbweb.co.uk website, your right browsing, linking and moving to the pages. We also use cookies to analyse how visitors use it, how they are browsing, or whether they are experiencing a problem to fix it, as well as improving the structure and content of www.superbweb.co.uk.
 
Required Cookies
 
These are the cookies that are necessary for running a site. Without cookies, the site can not function properly. For this category of cookies, we do not ask for your specific consent. All other cookies require your consent.
 
Cookies Functionality
 
They are cookies that improve the functionality of the site. Thanks to the use of these cookies, browsing is tailored to your interests, so we can save time you lost by re-entering information. The information that collects these cookies relates to your browsing at www.superbweb.co.uk exclusively and it is not possible to record your activity browse to other sites. If you do not accept these cookies, www.superbweb.co.uk ‘s performance and functionality may be affected and your access to some content restricted.
 
Performance Cookies
 
Performance cookies collect information about how visitors use www.superbweb.co.uk, for example, which pages they visit more often and whether error messages from web pages occur. Only used to improve the performance of a website.
PRIVACY POLICY AND PERSONAL DATA PRIVACY STATEMENT

1.Introduction
 
We treat your personal data protection with responsibility and we believe that your data should be collected and processed only when absolutely necessary. Therefore, the site www.superbweb.co.uk has been designed with appropriate operational and internal systems and complies with European data protection law (EU Regulation 679/2016 EU – GDPR). This Privacy Policy sets the bases under which the sole trader, Superbweb (hereafter “business”), collects, uses, communicates or otherwise processes personal data. Our company, in providing its services, also maintains and manages the site www.superbweb.co.uk who only performs an informative character. With this Privacy Policy we aim to help you understand what data we collect and why we collect it. We have also taken steps to improve the Privacy Control and other controls we provide to secure your data and protect your privacy.
 
Nothing changes in your settings or how your data is processed. Instead, we’ve improved the way we describe our practices and how we explain the options you have for updating, managing, exporting, and deleting your data. We are making these updates as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enters into force throughout the European Union. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), designed to harmonise privacy laws across Europe, improves transparency rules on how companies describe their data processing. We make some necessary updates to our Privacy Policy and take this opportunity to make improvements for our site users.
 
2.Your personal data processor
 
Name: Superbweb
Address: Olynthou 5, Thessaloniki, Greece, 54351
Email Address: sales@superbweb.co.uk
Tel. contact: 2310 921090
Our company manages the above website as a whole, which is designed with appropriate operational and internal systems and complies with European data protection legislation (EU Regulation 679/2016 EU – GDPR). This Policy has been adopted by our business, which is also responsible for processing your personal data. Our business is competent to protect you every time you use the website and to inform you of all the information you need in accordance with Articles 12, 13 and 14 of the new GDPR applicable from 25 May 2018 at European level.
 
3.Personal data collected by our business
 
Personal Data is any information that relates to you, or it may be attributed to you. Our business may collect simple personal data such as (but not limited to) name, surname, e-mail address, telephone number and VAT number and tax registrar. (if required) and data that have a technical character such as email, IP, etc., which is processed as described below. If we receive your personal data belonging to a specific category (eg data related to your health status), we undertake to process them even more with caution and only with your explicit consent, or in a manner permitted by the relevant legislation. -Contact Messages: When you want to contact our business, you give us your name, surname, email address and phone number. If you are under 18, you MUST have the consent of your parents before contacting the business The above personal data is used by our Company for the purpose of communicating with you after you have requested it. We may collect your data either by telephone (for example, by telephone) or online (eg, registration on the electronic communication platform), or of course (eg if you visit our office) in accordance with these terms use and this statement, as well as the data protection statement available at our office – office. We may also use your e-mail and your phone to send you a message if we encounter a problem when communicating with you. Our company collects, maintains and processes personal data of its employees, such as name, address, date of birth, identity number, VAT number, etc., for the purpose of performing the employment contract, the payroll with the requirements of relevant labor and tax legislation. In addition, our business may occasionally receive CVs from our affiliates, where we provide personal information about them, professional qualifications, work experience, etc. We collect this data by updating it whenever necessary, always following appropriate organisational and technical security measures and for as long as necessary to carry out the contract between us or if this is warranted in view of our possible future cooperation. -Backgrounds and Online Data: Like most websites, this one, with your browsing, collects and processes personal data and information about you, either through third-party sources or directly from you who give it to us. The collection and processing of your personal data and information relating to you takes place on the one hand for purposes directly related to the services you request and we offer you and / or for the purposes for which you have given us your consent and always in accordance with the applicable laws and provisions on the protection of personal data. We hold your personal data for as long as necessary to provide you with our services, and we keep certain of them in accordance with our legal obligations as detailed below.
 
By browsing the site, the latter collects and processes your personal data and information, either through cookies or directly from you who give it to us. We may use certain information (such as location, IP address, usage data, web browsing data). In general, we do not associate the IP address with other third party information. We do not associate, nor try to associate, the IP address with the identity of a user.
 
When we send you an email, we may use single pixel gifs, also known as web beacons and cookies. Web beacons allow us to collect information about when you open the email (time and date), your IP address, or your navigation information. In particular, Cookies are small text files that are installed on your computer or on your device temporarily and are transmitted to our server when you visit the business site through your browser. No Cookie file used on the Site collects any information or knowledge of any document or file from your computer.
 
There are 4 different types of cookies: a) Cookies Functionality: Allow basic site functions to run b) Cookies Preferences: These cookies “memorise” your preferences while browsing our site. C) Ad Cookies: With ad cookies, we aim to show you ads relevant to your interests so that we do not bother with unwanted messages. D) Cookies Analytics: We enable you to evaluate the effectiveness of the various features of our site so that we can continually improve our experience. You do not need to sign up for your navigation on our Internet Site, so we can also direct your personal data or other information to you. However, when you browse your site, the Company collects personal information and other information about you through our own First Party Cookies or third party cookies. The above data and information our Company uses for the purposes of market research to optimise our services, profiling, to measure the effectiveness of the website, improve and upgrading its content, adapting it to demand and needs visitors, and to measure the effectiveness of our business presentation and display on third-party sites.
 
The data collected by cookies for the above purposes may include the type of browser you are using, the type of computer or mobile or tablet, its operating system, online service providers, the locations you visit, and with links to third-party websites you may choose through our Website, the products and advertisements you see, the IP address of your Access to Your Site, User Name, User ID & Password, the operating system and the Additionally, email service providers (as listed below) may use cookies that allow them to detect and record visitors’ interests, and in these cases we refer to “performance” or “functional” cookies cookies. These cookies and other similar detection technologies are primarily used to monitor user behavior for analysis purposes. E-mail providers may use other, similar technologies from time to time, such as web beacons, pixels (or “clear gifs”) and other tracking technologies. These are tiny graphic files that contain a unique identifier that enables providers to recognise if someone, in the case of web beacons, has opened an e-mail sent to him. Email service providers may automatically place single pixel gifs, known as web beacons, in every email you send. These are tiny graphics files that contain unique identifiers that allow them to recognise when you opened an email or typed specific hyperlinks. These technologies record your email address, IP address, date and time associated with each opening or typing for an activity. By browsing the Site, you consent to the processing by our business of information collected by you through the use of Cookies. You can, however, edit your preferences through the special settings of our Cookies site.
 
In addition, Cookies are used by us to browse the site, to identify problems on our server, and so on. If you wish to enable or disable the use of cookies from your browser settings, please visit the following web pages, depending on your browser, to learn about the necessary actions. -Internet Explorer -Firefox -Chrome -Safari -Safari for iPad and iPhone Also, with your explicit consent, we may analyse your own use behavior on our website to provide you with personalised information. If our users link to third-party sites via links, hyperlinks, banners, our business is not responsible for the terms of management and protection of personal data they follow.
 
4.Purposes of collecting and processing personal data from our business
 
Purposes of assigning and executing a given client order. In addition, the data is collected for communication with the business and its employees (via live, telephone, email, sms, social media etc.), pricing and other tax or other legal reasons. Analytic purposes: Occasionally, we may collect the above mentioned location data and online data in order to get information about the operation of the site. We use information from web beacons to generate reports as above.
 
5.Legal basis for the collection and processing of data from our business Consent:
 
To process your personal information as described above, we rely on your consent. You may revoke your consent at any time by contacting us with the information listed at the beginning of this document. Conventional Link: Our business collects personal data in the context of executing a business-to-client contract. Legal obligation: We do not sell, share or lease your personal data to third parties unless you have given us your consent (see above) or required by law. We may disclose your personal data if such disclosure is necessary for establishing, exercising or defending against legal claims, whether pending before the judicial authorities or not, or whether it is an out-of-court procedure (eg, a credit check), but always under conditions that fully ensure that your personal data does not undergo any unlawful processing. Our business does not collect or process personal data of underage children unless it has the express consent of their parents. Our Company will in no case receive from you any more personal information than what is necessary for each purpose it collects.
 
6.Recipients of your data
 
Our business may transfer the personal data it collects for you under the terms hereof to third parties but always under conditions that ensure that your personal data is not tampered with, ie other than the purpose of the transmission and always according to our previous written agreement with them.
 
These agencies are always carefully selected by us and comply with the relevant legislation. In addition, your data may be transmitted to countries within the European Economic Area, where all security requirements are met. In case you need to transfer your data outside of the EEA, this will only be done in accordance with international safety requirements and with a view to maximising your data protection. Also, your data may be processed by employees and external partners of our business, however, employees who may process your personal data are properly trained. The records of our records may be communicated to the competent judicial, police and other administrative authorities upon their request and in accordance with the applicable laws.
 
In addition, in the case of a statutory provision, a service order or a formal preliminary examination, the Company is free to make the relevant information available to the relevant service. In particular, we may transmit your data in accordance with the following: • Externally, such as lawyers, bailiffs, notaries, tax consultants • In Google, as outlined above, in particular for the use of Google Analytics or for re-marketing, This organisation is headquartered in the United States and is in accordance with the EU-U Privacy Shield. • Service providers to host the database, technical support and site management • Third parties providing service-related services such as developers, data analysts, vendors, data security and data subject providers strictly for the purpose of processing their services to us. • Service providers under a contract that assist in parts of the business (eg, marketing, technology services). • Credit institutions, accessing our platform and completing your order directly from these credit institutions, as we have already described. • To email and newsletter and telephony providers – sms. Service providers may access the personal data required to fulfill their obligations and may not disclose or use this information for any other purpose. These providers are bound by written confidentiality and confidentiality clauses and have adequate safeguards for the security of your personal data. We may transmit and process your personal data globally in places where processing activities take place. Today the systems where your personal data is stored are basically in the United States of America. This means that your personal data may be forwarded, or even processed in the United States.
 
Any transfer of personal data from us to third countries (including the United States) will only take place to countries that have data protection legislation that provides an adequate level of protection as interpreted in accordance with European data protection law. As long as international transmission of personal data takes place, we will seek and obtain assurances that any information we may transmit is adequately safeguarded in accordance with the Privacy Statement and the requirements of the applicable personal data legislation. • To data security providers. • To accountants and tax consultants with whom our company works to meet its tax and financial obligations. • A security services company, as there is a security camera and alarm system installed on our premises. • In special successors: In the event that our business undergoes a business change such as a merger, Joint Venture, a takeover by another business, or the sale of all or part of its assets, it may transfer all user information and data, including personal information, to the successor organisation. If important changes are made to our business privacy practices as a result of our business transition, our business will inform you before transferring your personal data. • In public authorities: In cases where we feel that disclosure is necessary in connection with search, prevention, or action on illegal activity, suspected fraud or other harmful action, we may share your personal data with the appropriate public authorities. Also, your data is shared with public authorities for tax purposes.
 
Our company informs you that the above categories of recipients of your personal data and information are processed by us and therefore as such do not process the data beyond the above purposes and always act in accordance with our explicit instructions and instructions. In any case, our employees and external partners who have access to your personal information and information are specific and properly trained, and unauthorised access to your data is prohibited.
 
7.Rights of the subject of personal data:
 
We are committed to providing you with the opportunity to exercise all of your rights, in accordance with GDPR, More specifically, you have the right:
• be informed about the processing of your personal data;
• access your personal data;
• ask for the correction of incorrect, inaccurate or incomplete personal data. You can check and update any inaccurate personal data. You may also ask to fill in your personal data if it is incomplete.
• request a deletion of personal data when it is no longer necessary or if processing is illegal. You may ask us to delete any of your personal data that is no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which it is collected or in cases where you have withdrawn your consent.
• oppose the processing of your personal data for marketing purposes or for reasons related to your particular situation;
• You can revoke your consent at any time. The withdrawal of the consent does not affect the legality of the treatment that took place under the consensus for the period before its revocation.
• make a request to restrict the processing of your personal data in specific cases. You may ask us to restrict the use of your personal data if such use is unlawful or if you believe that your personal data is no longer needed for the above purposes.
• Receive your personal data in a structured, commonly accepted and machine-readable form and ask us to transfer this data to another processor without any objection from us.
• Make a request so that decisions based on automated processing affect you or affect you to a significant degree and are based on your personal data by natural persons and not just by computers. You also have the right in this case to express your point of view and challenge the decision. • Right to file a complaint with the AIDCP
• Right to appeal against a legally binding decision of the AIDCP
• Right to appeal directly against the person or processor if you believe that your rights under the Rules of Procedure have been violated as a result of the processing of your PDs
• Right to compensation for any person who has suffered material or non-material damage as a result of a violation of the Rules, directly by the person or processor, for the damage suffered.
 
In any case you wish to exercise any of your rights in respect of any personal data of ours which you may address in writing to our company in the above email and telephone number. You have the option of submitting a request to us for free access to your data, however depending on the amount of data our business holds for you, we may charge you the cost of our Enterprise to provide information about your data or any other information we hold for you. Our business will respond to your requests without undue delay and at least within one month. For any impediment to meeting your request, we will let you know the reason. You may be asked to provide information to confirm your identity in order to exercise your rights. These rights apply across the EU, regardless of where the data is processed and where the business is located. These rights also apply to goods and services offered by companies based outside the EU but active in the EU. In the event of a violation of your personal data, our business, in compliance with the obligation to notify the violation to the APIA, has the appropriate means to disclose, if possible within 72 hours of knowing it, the case of violation of your personal data may cause a risk to your rights, and in the event of a delay in disclosure beyond that time limit, it will be warranted.
 
If you are a child parent under the age limit of 16 years and realise that your child provides you with personal data in our business, please contact our company in the manner mentioned above and you may request the exercise of your existing rights. If we realise that we have collected personal data of a child under the age of 18, we will take reasonable steps to delete the personal data.
 
8.Retain your data
 
The communication data is stored electronically for five (5) years, with explicit reservation of any obligations under the applicable legal provisions, and your revoked consent for a period of five (05) years, with express reservation of any obligations under the applicable legal provisions. Please note that your data will be retained in our database only for as long as we have a contractual or legitimate right or we need to maintain it even if it exceeds the stated duration. Since this can not be determined in advance, the retention period may be different from a visitor to a visitor.
 
In the event that, for any reason, our contractual relationship is interrupted, we may keep some of your data for as long as it is still required (eg if there is a tax liability) and in any case until the limitation period has elapsed of our relevant claims. Of course, all of the data we hold for you will be deleted if you ask us to delete your data from our database unless we are required to keep all or some of them for a longer period of time by law (eg, with the tax documents of the services to you) or to safeguard your vital interest (eg related health reasons). While we may keep your data for a period of time necessary for the operation of our business, we will never contact you without your explicit consent or without it being absolutely necessary to carry out your order or to confirm her.
 
9.Data Security of the Subject of Personal Data:
 
As soon as our business receives your details, procedures and security measures are triggered to prevent unauthorised access to them. We are committed to protecting our users’ information and implement appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect the security of your personal data. However, keep in mind that no system is ever completely safe.
 
The security measures that our company has taken are the following:
 
Saving Files in Physical Format: Our company can keep files in natural, printed form, which contain your personal data. We keep these records in locked areas protected and accessible only to those employees or partners who need it for purposes described in their employment contract.
 
Saving Files in Electronic Format: Some of your personal information will be stored in the database of the web site, which is maintained by specialised software management software as well as in our company’s database. Our network and email are additionally protected against viruses (antivirus AVG, and firewall), and we have set codes that are only available to those employees or associates required to access In addition, a file is stored on an Alma computer database, accessible to every user – an office partner through a personalised username and password, and we use icloud to access the electronic file of the office from any computer device, access to which is only allowed using strong codes. Finally, hard drives are backed up to protect data from their loss or destruction.
 
File Transfer: Our company has access to the server’s website through admins which are provided only to those employees or partners who are required to access these files over the Internet.
 
Card Details: In addition, we do not store your card details at our headquarters. At the same time, you also need to take all possible steps to prevent third parties from gaining access to your account. We will report any unlawful violation of the data base of this third party data processing site or database to all relevant stakeholders as well as authorities within 72 hours of the violation if it is obvious that the personal data stored in a recognisable form, have been stolen.
 
10.Changes to privacy policy
 
This privacy policy may change from time to time according to legislation or industry developments without prior notice. That is why we invite you to check this policy regularly, as continuous and unpredictable use of the site implies accepting any possible modifications.
 
11.Right to complain to the competent authority
 
You have the right to submit a complaint about how we process your personal information at: Privacy Authority (API) Postal Address: 1-3 Kifissias Avenue, 115 23 Athens, Greece Tel .: +30 210 6475600 Fax: +30 210 6475628 Mail Address: contact@dpa.gr
 
12.Applicable Law – Jurisdiction
 
These terms and conditions, each change of which is governed by Greek law. Any provision of these terms becomes legally inapplicable, it shall automatically cease to be valid and shall be withdrawn from the present, without in any way undermining the validity of the other terms. Any jurisdiction that may arise is determined by the courts of Athens.
 
13.Contact us
 
Before you navigate to the Business Website or make any transactions with us, we invite you to consult this Policy and make sure that you agree with the terms and conditions we collect and process your personal data. However, if you wish to have any clarification or information regarding the terms of this Policy, or if you have any dispute, reservation or query, you may contact our Company based on the above contact details.

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