Personal Data Protection Policy
GREEN COLA acknowledges the importance of ensuring the privacy of personal data regarding the visitors of this website, as well as their security. For GREEN COLA their protection and safekeeping is of the utmost importance, thus taking all technical measures required and complying with the applicable laws on data protection (Regulation (EU) 2016/679). The data collected by GREEN COLA are provided by our users during their visit on this website and shall be used exclusively for the purposes for which they are collected as analysed below, while they may not be used in any other way. This website may be used only after this Personal Data Protection Policy was accepted and the respective consent was awarded.
The purpose of this Policy is to inform the data subjects of the data collected for their own accommodation, as well as to inform them regarding any products and contests. Through this Policy, data subjects shall be informed of their rights in relation to access to, rectification and erasure of data.
Any personal data collected on www.greencola.com, contact details (full name, telephone number, email address) shall be given voluntarily by the users of this website and shall be used exclusively in order to process any correspondence –either electronic or otherwise– and to accommodate the users and in no event shall they be sold, rented or in any way forwarded and/or disclosed to third parties. By way of exception said data may be disclosed if required by an express legal provision or pursuant to a court judgement and exclusively to the competent authorities.
The collection, processing and management of personal data from www.greencola.com shall be carried out:
Minors may access our website only after identification of their consenting parents or guardians through the available technical means.
Personal Data Protection
GREEN COLA has adopted the most modern and advanced methods to ensure maximum security and integrity of the visitors’/users’ personal data, in full compliance with the provisions and procedures set out in Regulation (EU) 2016/679. It provides limited access only to its specific employees/collaborators who are required to access said data. It takes all necessary measures to prevent any unauthorized access, use or modification of such data. It abides by the current laws and has established procedures to protect the data whilst safeguarding the rights of the data subjects as indicated below.
The subject’s personal data to be retained by GREEN COLA shall only be retained for as long as it is necessary to provide the information or services requested and, if any relevant claims were raised, for as long as is required for their irrevocable settlement.
Data recipients may only be employees who were authorized for this purpose, as well as third partners, in particular the company Spot Thompson Total Communications Group S.A., who have been engaged by means of agreements with GREEN COLA to comply with this Policy and mainly not to copy, make available, destroy and alter such data.
Data Subject Rights
The data subject is awarded the rights of the Regulation (EU) 2016/697 and the current national laws, in particular the right to information, access, rectification, erasure (‘right to be forgotten’), restriction of processing, portability and the right to object to processing using the appropriate forms. Any respective request may be submitted either through the website of the company, www.greencola.com, or via email at email@example.com or in written form at GREEN COLA HELLAS, EOAL & Kalamatas 2, Nea Kifissia, Postcode: 14564, Attica, Greece
GREEN COLA may use your data to inform you of offers, new products, new services, contests and anything else related to the company. The users/customers may select whether they wish to receive messages from www.greencola.com, by sending an email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
GREEN COLA shall not disclose user data unless it was awarded a written authorization by the data subject or where this is required by any court judgement, public prosecutor’s order or by any decision/order of another public authority.
Link to other websites
The GREEN COLA website may be linked to websites of other companies. GREEN COLA may not be held liable towards users for any personal data leakage due to their use of third party products and services on the GRREN COLA website. If you choose to enter a linked website, you agree that GREEN COLA shall not be liable for the availability of the website and does not control, endorse, nor is responsible in any way for:
GREEN COLA uses “cookies” on its website, a technology storing data on your computer by using the functionalities of your web browser. “Cookies” are small text files which are stored in each user’s terminal without receiving any information regarding the user’s personal files or documents and without causing any damage to the users’ terminals and the files and documents kept therein. The information stored in “cookies” is used for identification purposes. This allows us to provide the services offered on our website in the most efficient way and to monitor the behaviour of the website visitors, so as to adapt it to the individual needs of the visitors/users. “Cookies” are not saved when you shut down the web browser you are using. You can refuse to save cookies on your computer, by resetting your web browser.
Www.greencola.com uses “cookies” to provide visitors/users with information and to carry out the services offered through the website. “Cookies” are exclusively used to facilitate user access to specific products and/or services.
Users may choose to be excluded from using cookies by clicking here.
You may set up your web browser so that it informs you each time before a cookie is received, and you may decide to accept it or clear it. In this case, you must bear in mind that you may not be able to take advantage of all its functionalities.
Change of Policy
GREEN COLA reserves the right to modify this Policy in order to implement the current data protection laws, and in any other case it is deemed necessary without previously informing users.
Last modified: May 2018