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This website contains links to other websites built by other private individuals and organizations. These links are provided to serve users.
The MFA is not responsible for any incorrect information or omissions contained on these websites or for any other damage arising from their use. The MFA disclaims any responsibility for the content of these links, which users access at their own risk.
2. Protection of Personal Data
The management and protection of the personal data of the visitor to/user of the services of the Hellenic Consulate General in New York, which belongs to the MFA, comes under the terms of the present section as well as under the relevant provisions of Hellenic law (Law 2472/1997 on the protection of the individual through the protection of data of a personal nature, as supplemented and amended by the decisions of the President of the Committee on Protection of Personal Data, Presidential Decrees 207/1998 and 79/2000, article 8 of Law 2819/2000, and Law 3471/2006) and European law (Directives 95/46/EC and 97/66/EC).
The use of e-governance services requires the collection and processing of various types of data, such as personal data, the protection, processing and non-disclosure of which is a fundamental regulatory requirement, in accordance with the more specific conditions and guarantees of the relevant legislation (Law 2472/97), which must be observed by the e-governance services. The Hellenic Consulate General in New York processes the personal data of natural persons (“Subjects”) who are registered users of the e-services portal.
Information on the personal data collected is set in greater detail below.
For a visitor to register as a user, the following information is required: User’s full name, email, cellphone number. By his/her own consent, the user may provide additional, optional information, such as landline telephone number or fax number. The above information – non-sensitive personal data – is kept in the Consulate General’s data base.
To make an appointment via the website, the above information needs to be processed. The Consulate General collects the minimum personal data required for this purpose; that is, for providing this specific service. Moreover, only the data essential and appropriate for this purpose are collected, and these data are not used for purposes incompatible with those for which they have been collected. The company providing the appointment-making software follows the European Union Directive on protection of data.
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Links to other sites
The MFA portal includes links to other websites that are not controlled by the MFA itself, but by third parties (natural or legal persons). In no case is the MFA portal responsible for the Terms of Protection of Personal Data followed by these third-party websites.
The IP address through which a computer has access to the Internet and, subsequently, to the Web is used exclusively to collect statistical data.