Intellectual property rights
The management and protection of the personal data of the visitor/user of the website is subject to the terms herein as well as the relevant provisions of national, community and international law regarding the protection of the individual from the processing of personal data. In any case, the KEVREFO reserves the right to change the terms of protection of personal data, in accordance with the applicable relevant legal framework. Accordingly, these privacy terms may be revised and updated at any time and without notice.
The users of the website are requested to check these terms at regular intervals for any changes, as visiting/using the website implies that they accept all possible modifications thereof. The website collects personal information of visitors/users only when they themselves voluntarily provide it in order to provide the services that are available electronically such as the newsletter etc.
Personal information is information that can be used to identify or contact an individual or entity as well as other information relating to that individual or entity. The KEVREFO will not make available for sale or otherwise transmit or disclose personal information of website visitors to third parties.
The user of the website is granted a non-exclusive, non-transferable, personal, limited right to access, use and browse the website pages and their published content. All the content of the website is the intellectual property of KEVREFO and is governed by national and international provisions on Intellectual Property.
KEVREFO retains all copyright in respect of the content and the copies made thereon. The content of the website also includes works of third parties – indicatively – texts, graphics, images, photos, etc. whose copyrights belong to their creators. The content of the website is available to its visitors for personal use.
Its commercial use and reproduction, in whole or in part, is not permitted, and any other use requires the express written permission of KE.BRE.FO. or the copyright holder. Regarding the rights to reproduce any part of the content of the website, please contact us through the contact details available on the website.
The website, as part of the services it provides, gives the visitor the possibility, if he so wishes, to receive informational messages (newsletter) of the website in his e-mail by submitting the details of his e-mail address in the corresponding field. If the user ceases to be interested in receiving informational messages, he is given the opportunity to declare his desire to stop sending them through the relevant electronic informational message sent to him during registration.
Information about cookies
Each cookie contains information such as usually the name of the website it comes from, its “lifetime” (ie how long it will stay on your device), and a value, which is usually a number.
Cookies allow websites to store various anonymous information such as the visitor’s preferences or whether he has visited the website again. But cookies never contain personal information, which could allow anyone to contact the website visitor, such as e-mail, etc.
Usually, browsers are set to accept all cookies. If you wish, it is possible to set your browser not to accept cookies from a certain website, to be notified when it stores cookies, or not to accept cookies at all.
However, if you choose to disable cookies for the website we may not be able to properly provide you with all the features offered on our website. To learn more about cookie settings in different browsers, you can click on the “Help” option of your browser.
What types of cookies are used
We use functionality cookies, which are necessary to provide the services offered, statistics cookies, to determine which areas are useful or popular, to measure user traffic and which help website administrators to improve performance and content as well as third-party cookies, i.e. cookies that have been set by an administrator other than that of the website the user is visiting. When you browse our websites, third-party organizations and companies may generate their own anonymous cookies to control the operation of their applications and personalize them for you. Due to the nature of these cookies, it is not possible to control or access these cookies by third parties, and no other organization can access the data stored in them. These third party companies and organizations have their own Cookies and Privacy Policies.
These cookies do not collect information that could identify the visitor.