Privacy and Data Protection Policy

  • M-STAT respects the principles of lawfulness,  transparency and accuracy of the information (personal data) it holds as well as the confidentiality, security and availability of those data (secure processing). In addition, M-STAT limits itself to the processing that is absolutely necessary for the accomplishment of the objective of processing, i.e. sending you newsletter about its new products and services.
  • In order to send you newsletters, M-STAT collects and holds the following personal data: your IP address and Email. Where the term ‘processing’ is used, it should only mean storage of the data above mentioned, all other meanings included in the GDPR being excluded.
  • M-STAT guarantees, through its certification with ISO 27001, that your personal data are stored in servers within the Greek borders and that they are protected against any kind of illegal intrusion, alteration or destruction/loss.
  • M-STAT doesn’t disclose your data to third parties, unless it is asked to do so under a legal judicial order, in which case it might hand in your data to the appropriate administrative, judicial or police authorities and where required on important public interest or public security grounds.
  • M-STAT doesn’t provide third parties with your data for commercial purposes (ex. advertising) nor does it use them for any other purposes other than the sending of newsletters.
  • As from 25 May 2018 and the coming into force of the GDPR, your rights and our obligations change.

Hence, you have the right – and M-STAT has the obligation – to request whenever you wish access to your data in order to control the accuracy of it, to correct it, transfer it or erase it (partially or totally). Where you ask for erasure or for the transfer of your data, Μ-STAT will permanently delete your data in a secure manner. You also have the right to request any further information in respect of your data that is processed by M-STAT.

Finally, you are able to withdraw your consent whenever you wish and declare that you no longer desire to receive newsletters from Μ-STAT, which we shall respect absolutely.

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What is GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the official European regulation requiring each company that manages personal user data within the European Union to fully comply with the new guidelines by reviewing all data management and policy procedures.

Who does GDPR affect

Companies that operate in Europe and already have or intend to acquire EU customers and process their personal data. These companies must comply with the regulation, otherwise, they will have to be subject to GDPR fines and sanctions.

GDPR Goals

To oblige all companies which collect, edit and manage users’ personal data to apply specific data security measures to address risks such as data theft, illegal transactions and the illegal use of personal data.


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