QRA respects the personal data of each user of the Site. This briefly outlines the information QRA can gather and how it can process it, as well as information about the actions that the user of the Web Site should do if he does not wish to collect or further process his personal information on his / her visit to the Website.
Collecting, processing and protecting Personal Data – Subject’s Rights
QRA does not collect or process at this time personal data of users of the site and its individual websites. Therefore, the user can currently visit the entire web page and its individual footers without revealing his / her identity and without providing any personal information. However, in the future there may be some areas of the site, access to which will require the user to register for the acquisition of a password and / or the user's personal data collection for specific purposes.
QRA may maintain a File and process for a period of two (2) years any personal data of users (eg name, address, telephone number, e-mail address) (hereinafter “personal data”) explicitly excluding personal data of specific categories (Article 9 of Regulation (EC) 2016/679) or data relating to offenses or criminal convictions of users which will come to its knowledge through the Website with the explicit consent of the user. The QRA will only collect users' personal data when they voluntarily provide them for the purpose of providing access to applications or services that will be available through the specific areas of the site.
In the case of a minor user, the parent should consent to parental responsibility.
In case of a minor user, the parent should consent to parental responsibility.
In particular, the user accepts and agrees that the QRA, in accordance with the provisions of the Personal Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and the relevant national legislation, maintains in a file and processes for a period of two (2) years the personal data of the user which will be collected through the website in order for the user to gain access to the provided electronic applications, service, support and execution between the user and the QRA business relationship for statistical or historical reasons as well as for general promotional purposes and services, with the specific consent of the user.
In addition, the user will expressly consent to the QRA to send to him by any means of electronic communication information about products or services, unless he explicitly opts not to receive updates. In any case, the user may at any time he / she wishes to oppose the use of his or her e-mail or other elements to update new products and / or services by sending a message to the following e-mail address:
The User at any time will retain the right to update, access, correct, object or terminate the data or limit its further processing of Personal Data under Articles 12-21 of Personal Data Protection (EU) Regulation 2016/679 . For the exercise of his / her rights, each user will be able to contact the QRA at the following email address: or address to D. Soutsou no. 22, Athens, telephone: +302106413128
Furthermore, the User retains the right to file a complaint about the violation of his or her personal data rights with the Personal Data Protection Authority.
In the event that QRA users are referred to third-party websites via links, hyperlinks, banners, QRA is not responsible for the terms and conditions of management and protection of personal data they follow.
Statistical browsing information
In some cases, technical information that does not lead to identification when a user visits or uses the Site can be automatically collected (eg not through registration). This statistical information is not personal data and does not fall within the scope of Regulation (EU) 679/2016. Examples of this type of information that can be collected are the type of Internet Browser used by the user, the type of operating system of the computer used by the user to visit the Website and the domain name of the webpage used by the user to link to the Website.
Cookies are data files that are transferred from a web server to the person's computer who is visiting the Site for the purpose of keeping statistics. Cookies are an industry standard, they are used by most web sites, and they facilitate the repeated access of users to a particular website and its use. Cookies are not harmful to your computer system or files, and only the website from which a particular cookie has been transferred to your computer can be read, modified, or deleted. If you do not wish information being collected through cookies, you can use the settings in most web browsers with which you can delete existing cookies and choose either to automatically reject future cookies or to decide on rejecting or accepting any specific cookies on your computer or visit the IAB. However, it should be noted that disabling cookies may result in making it more difficult or impossible to use certain parts of the site.
Cookies gather information about visitors' navigation behavior on our sites, such as which pages are visited frequently and whether visitors receive error messages. Through this, we are able to make website structure, navigation and content as user friendly as possible. We do not link statistics and other reporting data to individual individuals.
We use Google Analytics to analyze how pages are used, page interactions, and the routes that are tracked through our sites. These are known as "website metrics" or "analytics".
How to be excluded
To opt out of interest-based ads, opt-out ads from http://www.youronlinechoices.com/gr/your-choices/ and follow the instructions provided.
Note that even if you opt out, you will still receive ads, but you will no longer receive ads based on your interests.
If you delete your cookies, you will need to re-opt in the future. Also, if you use another browser, you'll need to opt out again.
You can manage cookies using your browser controls. For more information on how to delete and control cookies stored on your computer, see http://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/.
For more information, please visit the IAB website and the Adobe Flash website.
The QRA does not disclose to any third party any personal data it may process, unless such obligation is prescribed or enforced by law.
The QRA does not use commercial personal user data.
QRA does not request personal user information, which is not necessary for the provision of its services.
QRA promises, declares and guarantees that it has received and implemented all legal and appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure the privacy and privacy protection of its users from design and by definition.
The QRA declares, undertakes and guarantees that it will ensure the confidentiality of the information provided by the user voluntarily, in the context of the use of the website, obliged not to make any processing and / or violating personal data, and to proceed with any measure necessary to prevent accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorized disclosure or access to personal data.
The QRA states that all the above measures are in full compliance with the requirements of Regulation (EU) 679/2016 and all national legislation on personal data.
Applicable Law - Disputes
These Terms and Conditions, any amendments thereto and the use of the Site are governed by the Regulation (EU) 679/2016, the Greek Law on the Protection of Personal Data and the legislative framework mentioned above. For any dispute arising out of the use of the Site, the courts of Athens are competent.