DRASISCAMP respects the personal privacy of each user of the Website. For this reason, we have created this page so that each user can be informed about the information that DRASISCAMP may collect and how DRASISCAMP may use it, as well as information about the actions that the user of the Website must take if he or she does not want his or her personal information to be collected or further processed during his or her visit to the Website.
What is GDPR?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the new regulatory framework of the European Union (EU) in the area in question. The purpose of the law is to establish the conditions for the processing of personal data to protect the rights and freedoms of natural persons, in particular the right to the protection of personal data.
Data processing manager
The company with the distinctive name DRASISCAMP, email firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: 2152159900, website: drasiscamp.eu as legally represented, informs that, for the purposes of carrying out its business activities, it processes personal data of its customers in accordance with the applicable national legislation and the European Regulation 2016/679 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (General Data Protection Regulation, hereinafter “Regulation”) as applicable.
For any matter relating to the processing of personal data, you may contact the Data Protection Department (DPO) and the administrator who is the Data Protection Officer, at the following telephone number: 2155010668.
What personal data we collect and why we collect it
On our site you will find contact forms to make it easy for you to send us messages! The only data we use from these forms is your email address and your full name, for the sole purpose of replying to your message – we don’t want to be rude :).
On our site you will find participation forms for various activities and programs we organize and forms for expressing interest in jobs in our company. The data you give us through these forms are used only for your participation in the programs you have registered. If you express interest in a job in our company, this data is retained until a position arises in which your qualifications match. In case you do not wish this to happen, you must notify us either in the corresponding fields of each form or by sending an email to email@example.com and we will delete your data within a short period of time (indicatively 1-2 months).
Content from other websites
Within our site there is likely to be content from other websites (e.g., videos, images, articles, etc.) DRASISCAMP also has social media accounts such as Facebook and Instagram. How you interact with this content and what data you send to these Websites is not up to us, but up to the websites themselves. Essentially, it’s just as if you were visiting these sites! If for example you have an account on one of these sites, then the data collection is based on what you have chosen in the settings of your account there.
Send bulk newsletters
By subscribing to the DRASISCAMP newsletter, you expressly agree to the use of the data you give us to inform you about the various actions we organize such as:
- Educational actions
- Educational programs or products
You can unsubscribe from the list of newsletter recipients at any time you wish. You can subscribe to our newsletter at any time, at any time you wish.
You have the right to withdraw your consent to the sending of mass newsletters at any time. Each newsletter sent to you by DRASISCAMP has an unsubscribe button at the bottom of it.
By clicking this button, you can request not to receive newsletters from DRASISCAMP. Please be advised that withdrawing your consent will not affect the lawfulness of the consent-based processing prior to its withdrawal.
Who we share your data with
All data that comes to us is not shared in any way with third parties for profit. Third-party companies that offer specific services only have access to the data necessary to implement those services. For example, we use automation software for the purpose of sending bulk emails and SMS as well as payment services (AlphaBank, Eurobank, Paypal). Also, data may be shared anonymously with the Google Analytics platform for traffic analysis purposes.
In some cases, technical information that is not personally identifiable may be automatically collected (e.g., not through registration) when a user visits or uses the Site. Examples of this type of information that may be collected include the type of Internet Browser used by the user, the type of computer operating system used by the user to visit the Website and the domain name of the website used by the user to connect to the Website and the length of time spent on a page. Such data is used by us to update our content based on the preferences of our visitors and to keep us up to date on what you are interested in! Under no circumstances is this data linked to your other personal data or stored by us in any way.
How long we keep your data
The data you give us about your participation in our programs is kept until you tell us to delete it. The process of deletion is very simple, simply by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org The only exception is any cases where legislation requires the deletion or retention of specific data at/for specific periods of time.
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We use these cookies to ensure optimal functionality of the website in the following:
- Identify users who have browsed the site at least once more or are registered members of the site and allow them to be presented with a personalized version of the site.
- Eliminate the need for users who have entered the site once to re-enter information necessary to better navigate the site.
- Communicate with our site through a series of contact and information forms.
- Functional Cookies
We use these cookies to measure the usage behavior of visitors to our website to optimize it. By using web analytics provided by Google Analytics, we can analyze the pages visited by users and other statistics (e.g., time spent on the page, website from which they came, number of pages per visit, etc.) and through these we can provide optimized content on the website (based on the interests of users). We also use the statistics to capture user desires and define our advertising strategy based on them.
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