Please check this page each time you visit our website, as these terms and conditions may be modified and updated by the Region whenever deemed necessary. If you do not agree and accept the following terms and conditions, please do not proceed in using the Website.
The entire content of the information as well as the services displayed on this website belong exclusively to the Region of Attica, while they are protected by the laws on intellectual and industrial property, by European and national legislation as well as by international Conventions and Treaties.
The entire content of the Website (indicatively and not restrictively: texts, graphics, photographs, digital phonograms, programs, source code, news, information, data, illustrations, trademarks, distinctive features, names, logos, product names, company names, etc.), is subject to intellectual property, belonging exclusively to the Region or the intellectual property of third parties for which the Region of Attica has been licensed for use, for its own exclusive needs and for the operation of its website and is protected in accordance with the relevant provisions of Greek law, European law and international conventions.
Any copying, reproduction, transfer, storage, republication, transmission, distribution, sale, publication, execution, downloading, translation, modification in any way, announcement, dissemination, creation of derivative work based on this content or misleading the public about the actual provider – administrator of the website, is expressly prohibited and also any other use of the content of the Website in any way or means, for commercial or other purposes, without the prior express and written consent of the Region of Attica. The Region of Attica reserves the right to all its legal and/or contractual rights, other than those expressly mentioned in this paragraph.
All other trademarks, insignia, product names, company names, graphics and logos that are registered trademarks and intellectual property products of third parties and appear on the Website, belong to their rightful owners, fall within their own sphere of responsibility and their appearance on the Website does not constitute and should not be construed as a transfer or assignment of a license or right to use them.
OBLIGATIONS/LIABILITY OF THE VISITOR/USER OF THE WEBSITE
In any case of illegal or contrary to these terms and the applicable legal framework, use of the Website, the visitor/user is obliged to compensate the Region of Attica for any positive and / or consequential damage or any loss resulting from the above actions.
“HYPERLINKS” TO OTHER WEBSITES.
The Region of Attica may provide in some places in this Website hyperlinks to other web sites. The browsing of users in the other websites (from hyperlinks) is done solely at their own risk. The Website is not responsible for any damage that may be caused using links or hyperlinks to other websites, as well as for the information that may be included in the web pages to which its links redirect. The Region
PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION POLICY
The management and protection of the personal data of the visitor /user of this website of the Region is governed by the existing Greek and EU legislation on the protection of personal data and in particular Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”)), and Greek Law 4624/2019 (A’137). The use of the electronic pages and services provided to the visitor/user of this Website presupposes their unreserved agreement with the Personal Data Protection Policy. Therefore, the
visitor/user must carefully read the terms of the Personal Data Protection Policy available on this Website.
This Website may collect data identifying its users using technologies such as cookies. Cookies are small text files with short content that are stored on the user’s computer or other electronic device (e.g. mobile phones, tablets, ets), when visiting the Website. For further information, please read the Cookies Policy available on our Website.
APPLICABLE LAW – JURISDICTION
These terms and conditions are governed by and construed by the provisions of Greek Lawand in accordance with the rules of good faith and business ethics. Any provision of the above terms that is contrary to the law automatically ceases to be valid without prejudice to the validity of the rest. The competent courts for the resolution of any dispute arising from the present are the Courts of Athens.
Last Review: 09/09/2022