Policy of Cookies and Similar Technologies
We use these technologies to make your browsing comfortable and efficient, so you can have a range of features such as the ability to share our pages in social media, but also to collect some information about your browsing, which are necessary for the smooth operation of our Site.
Cookies are small text files that are stored on the computer's hard disk or in the memory of other electronic devices that access the site. Cookies are unique to each browser (web browser, eg Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, etc.) and contain anonymized information regarding the web pages you visit and the devices you use.
A. Absolutely Required Cookies
These cookies involve storing information or accessing already stored information on your device for the sole purpose of information transfer over an electronic communications network or for the provision of an information society service explicitly requested by you as user or subscriber.
You cannot block these cookies, as it would also prevent access to and basic functions of the Site.
|cookies_notice_accepted||eurotel.gr||30 days||Used by the system to be aware whether you have accepted cookies|
|resolution||eurotel.gr||Session||Used to tailor images to the size of the device.|
|wordpress_test_cookie||eurotel.gr||Session||Controls whether cookies are enabled.|
B. Performance Cookies
These cookies collect information about the way you use the Website, such as the pages you visit most often, the page from which your visit originated etc.
These cookies collect aggregated, anonymous statistical information that can not lead to a visitor's identification. They are used for the sole purpose of analyzing traffic and improving the performance of the Site.
|_ga||google.com||2 years||They collect information on how visitors use the Site and their storage duration is determined by Google's usage policy. These cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the Site, the (web) origin of the visitors, and the pages visited within the Site. We use this information to compile reports that help us improve the Website.
|_gid||google.com||24 hours||They collect information on how visitors use the Site and their storage duration is determined by Google's usage policy. These cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the Site, the (web) origin of the visitors, and the pages visited within the Site. We use this information to compile reports that help us improve the Website.
|_gat||google.com||1 minute||Used to share requests in time.|
C. Functional Cookies
These cookies are not necessary for the operation of the website but improve your web experience by providing a number of useful features such as saving your choices (eg language or username), viewing videos or sharing content in social media
|VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE||.youtube.com||Expires 6 months after session end||These cookies allow YouTube to collect usage information for YouTube hosted videos.|
|LOGIN_INFO||.youtube.com||Expires 24 months after session end||This cookie is used to play YouTube videos embedded on the site|
|OGP||.google.com||These cookies are used by Google to monitor the use and enable the functionality of Google Maps.|
Google Web Fonts
Our Website uses the Google Web Fonts service for the fonts it uses. The Google Fonts service is designed to limit the collection, storage and processing of your data to what is absolutely necessary for optimal font delivery.
As stated by themselves, Google takes a series of technical measures to ensure your data protection. Google does not require to identify the visitor in front of the use of its fonts, and no cookies are sent by site visitors to the Google Fonts service. Requests to the Google Font Service API take place in domain names associated with that service, such as fonts.googleapis.com or fonts.gstatic.com, so that your font requests are separate and do not contain credentials you use to other Google services, such as Gmail.
More information about Google Fonts and the protection of your data while using it can be found here.
Our Site uses Google Maps (API) to view geographic information. When you use the Google Maps service, Google collects and processes visitor data about the use of the map service.
If, however, you are visiting a map via Google Maps while you are connected to a Google Account, your browsing habits may be personalized. To avoid this, you'll first need to sign out of your Google Account.
More information about Google Maps and the protection of your data while using it can be found here.
In our site, one can find embedded videos from YouTube using Google's enhanced data protection feature. This means that Google will only store your data only when you click play on the video. The data Google receives when viewing a video are:
- your IP address
- The specific address of the page from which you accessed the video
- The name of the browser you use
- the Date and time of access
- Cookies that already exist and through which your browser can be clearly identified.
We would like to point out that Google may receive additional data through cookies that have already been saved. We have no influence as to the way and extent to which these data are used by Google, which is the sole responsible for this processing. Learn more:
Our site uses Jetpack, a service provided by Automattic Inc. based in the United States, in San Francisco, 60 29th Street # 343, CA 94110-4929.
We use a variety of JetPack features that allow us, for example, to receive information about your browsing through the Site, to analyze and improve the use of the Site and the provision of services to you.
Among the information being processed is the type and version of the web browser, information about the operating system you are using, information about the mobile devices you may be using, the visit time and the website or application that was the origin of your visit. These data are used exclusively for statistical purposes.
We take technical and organizational measures to ensure your data protection, such as anonymizing your IP address and passing data to Automattic's server using secure connections (https, ssl).
Automattic has been certified in accordance with the Privacy Shield framework, that provides appropriate compliance safeguards with European data protection law (https://www.privacyshield.gov/participant?id=a2zt0000000CbqcAAC&status=Active).
D. Performance Cookies
These cookies collect information about how you use the Website, such as the pages you visit most often, the page from which your visit originated, and more. These cookies collect aggregated, anonymous statistical information that can not lead to identification of the visitor. They are used for the sole purpose of analyzing traffic and improving the performance of the Site.
Google Analytics (with anonymous mode)
The Website uses the Google Analytics service (with Anonymous mode) to measure its traffic.
Google Analytics is the most popular cookie-based traffic measurement service. The service is about collecting and analyzing data about visitor behavior on the Site, such as IP address, source of origin (link), and specific pages visited.
The purpose of using Google Analytics is to process anonymous data in order to optimize the Site, such as which page we need to improve and how to make it more usable, but also to conduct a cost-benefit analysis for displaying ads. The storage time of the data collected is XXXXX
Creator and operator of Google Analytics is Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheater Pkwy, Mountain View, CA 94043-1351, United States.
Regarding Google Analytics, our Website uses the "Anonymize IP" feature provided by Google. With this app, your IP address is protected by Google and anonymized when you access the Site.
In order to access traffic data for our website, we allow Google Analytics to place a cookie on the hard drive of the computer or other visitor's electronic device. Every time you visit a different page within our Site, the browser you use uses data in an automated, encrypted and anonymized way to submit data to the Google Analytics platform.
The cookie is used to store certain information, such as access time, site location from where it was accessed, and the frequency of visits to the site by the visitor. With every visit to the Site, data such as your IP address is transmitted to a Google server in the United States of America. You can find more information about your Google data processing policy and for using cookies within Analytics here. http://www.google.com/analytics/terms/us.html
Using anonymization techniques and best practices, as we do on our Site, cookies that are related to traffic measurement are not likely to cause privacy risks. However, based on current legislation, we are required to ask for your consent to their storage on your device. In addition to your consent, you can configure cookies at any time through your browser settings (see at the end of the text).
The default for most browsers is the automatic acceptance of cookies. However, you can change these settings and block cookies or allow only certain categories to be downloaded. In some cases, non-installing cookies may make certain features on a web page inoperable.
Additionally, you have the ability to completely block your data collection through Google Analytics by installing in your browser the appropriate plug-in https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
Ε. Log Files
Due to the nature and the way the internet works, as soon as you visit the Website our server logs to a defined file (log file) your IP address, which is personal data, even though we are cannot identify you.
In addition, our log files also record the type of browser and operating system you are using and other information about your online visit, such as the URL from which you came to the Website and the date and time of your visit.
These data are stored exclusively for the time necessary to ensure the security of networks, information and services from accidental events or illegal or malicious actions that aim to compromise the availability, authenticity, integrity and confidentiality of the stored or transmitted data ( eg control of "denial of service" attacks).
Ζ. How to control cookies through your browser
To manage and disable cookies, follow the instructions for each browser:
For any information about our cookies policy please contact us:
- by e-mail: at e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org
- by phone: +30 210-6595000
- by post: EUROTEL HOSPITALITY S.A., 11 Velestinou Str, Neo Iraklio, 14122 Athens