Privacy Policy and Personal Data Protection

    • M-STAT strictly adheres to the principles of lawfulness, objectivity, transparency, and accuracy of the information (personal data) it processes, ensuring the absolute confidentiality, integrity, and availability of this data (secure processing). Additionally, M-STAT limits the processing to the minimum necessary (processing limitation) and only for the purpose of processing, i.e., sending you newsletters about its new products and services.
    • For sending newsletters to you, M-STAT retains the following personal information: your IP address and your email.
    • M-STAT guarantees, through its certification with the ISO 27001 security standard, that your personal data is stored on its servers within the Greek Territory and protected from illegal hacking, modification, and destruction.
    • M-STAT does not disclose your data to third parties, except and only if requested through the legal process, to the competent administrative, judicial, and police authorities for reasons of public interest and public safety.
    • M-STAT does not transfer your data to third parties for commercial purposes (e.g., sending advertisements) nor uses it for purposes other than informing you about its new products and services.
    • You have the right to request access to your data at any time, to check the accuracy of your information, correct it, transfer it, or delete it (partially or fully). If you choose to delete or transfer your data, M-STAT commits to fully and securely delete your data. You also have the right to request information about anything related to your data that M-STAT processes. Finally, you can, at any time, inform M-STAT that you withdraw your consent and no longer wish to receive newsletters from us, a fact that we will fully respect.

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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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