This data protection policy applies only to personal data collected by the Startup Greece as Controller through the website www.startup-greece.org, as well as Startup Greece’s pages on social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Tiktok, Youtube, Viber) and sets out how Startup Greece uses and protects any information that you give to Startup Greece when you use this website.
Startup Greece is committed to protecting your privacy and takes its responsibility regarding the security of visitors’ information very seriously. Any personal data is collected and processed in accordance with Greece and EU data protection laws.
Collection of Personal Data
The applicant recognizes and accepts that Startup Greece has the right according to Law 2472/1997, to collect personal data used to communicate administrative information, events information and for statistical and historical reasons. Startup Greece reserves the right to use the e-mail address of applicants to send them updates regarding newsletters.
We will not sell, distribute or lease your personal information to third parties unless we have your permission or are required by law.
1. Rights of the data subject
1.1. Right of access to your personal data provided that they are processed by Startup Greece.
1.2. Right to rectification of inaccurate data as well as to have incomplete personal data completed.
1.3. Right to erasure of your personal data without prejudice to Startup Greece’s obligations and legal rights.
1.4. Right to restriction of your personal data.
1.5. Right to withdraw your consent.
2. How to exercise your rights
2.1 Any request regarding your personal data and the exercise of your rights shall be addressed by email to Startup Greece.
3.1. You have the right to appeal to the Hellenic Data Protection Authority (www.dpa.gr).
4. Personal Data collected
4.1. By supporters/partners
4.1.1. Full name
4.1.2. Email (in case this is identifiable personal data)
4.1.5. Personal data voluntarily supplied by you through our support forum and our social media pages whose categories can not be previously identified
4.2. By Volunteers/Members/Applicants
4.2.1. Full name
4.2.2. Email (in case this is identifiable personal data)
4.2.4. Social Media profile (LinkedIn)
4.2.5. Location data
4.2.6. Personal data voluntarily supplied by you through our support forum and our social media pages whose categories can not be previously identified
4.3. By Investors
4.3.1. Full name
4.3.2. Email (in case this is identifiable personal data)
4.3.3. Social Media profile (LinkedIn)
4.3.4. Investment data
4.3.4. Personal data voluntarily supplied by you through our support forum and our social media pages whose categories can not be previously identified
4.4 By Founders
4.4.1. Full name
4.4.2. Email (in case this is identifiable personal data)
4.4.3. Personal data voluntarily supplied by you through our support forum and our social media pages whose categories can not be previously identified
5. Data processing of minors
5.1. The processing of minors’ personal data, through the information society services directly to them, is legal provided that the minor has reached the age of fifteen (15) and provides its consent.
5.2. If the minor is under the age of fifteen (15), the processing of the aforementioned paragraph is legal only after the provision of consent of his legal representative.
6. Purpose of the processing
6.1 The compliance with legal obligations, the protection of the legitimate interests of Startup Greece, the ability to provide services through the efficient operation of all Startup Greece’s activities.
7.1. The protection of our legitimate interest for the proper operation of our activities, your consent and the compliance with our legal obligations.
8. Data storage period
8.1. Up to five (5) years from the transmitting of the data to the Company.
9.1. Employees of the Company, technical support staff of the Company, external Supporters, Investors, Engineers, and members of the organization.
9.2. No Data is transferred to third parties for any commercial purpose that is not mentioned in this policy.
10. Data transfer to a third country or an international organization
10.1. No data is transferred to a third country or an international organization except for the data transferred to the EU External Supporters, Experts and Investors, based in third countries, upon your consent.
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