Privacy Policy 
Privacy Policy

Publication: 22/05/2021

Last Update: 26/02/2022



Welcome to the DMU website, installed at

This Privacy Policy describes how DMU uses the personal data it collects when you use its website: how it collects it, how it transfers it, and how long it processes it.

It also describes your rights and how you can contact us if you have any questions regarding the processing of your data.

The licensor of this website is the sole proprietorship with the name Konstantinos Mitsouras and the distinctive title DMU, ​​with headquarters at 7 Krystalli Street, Maroussi, Attica, PC 15126, Greece, Tax Identification Number: 174926054, Maroussi Tax Office (from now on referred to as “DMU” “We,» “us,» “us”) who also manages it.


This Privacy Policy explains what information DMU collects when visiting (below the “website,» visit other relevant websites (below “subdomains”), use other services provided by DMU, or contact us in any way, including e-mail, telephone, messenger, or any other medium. This Privacy Policy further explains how you can control the information we collect, how this information will be used, and how you can contact us. This document describes how we protect your personal information.

This website’s access to and use is subject to your acceptance and compliance with this Privacy Policy, which applies to all visitors who visit or use the website. In case of your disagreement or reservation for part or all of the present, you can contact us in one of the following ways: a) via the “Contact” section on “Personal Data,» b) by email to the email address on “Personal Data” or c) by registered letter to our address. Our communication and information about any dispute or reservation must be made before you navigate or use our Services or place an order for services; otherwise, your acceptance of all Terms and Conditions is unconditional.

As this Privacy Policy affects your legal rights and obligations, we advise you to stop browsing and/or using the DMU website, in case you disagree with it, as well as any revisions to it.

The access and use of the Website have as an additional necessary condition your acceptance and your compliance with the Terms and Conditions of DMU. Our Terms and Conditions form an integral part of this Privacy Policy Note and as a whole. Our Terms and Conditions describe the terms and conditions regarding the use of our website and the provision of services by DMU. Please read the Terms and Conditions carefully before using our website.

What the Privacy Policy explains

The Privacy Policy explains:

Age Limit

We do not intend to collect any personal data from minors.

To use the DMU website and disclose your personal information to us, you must explicitly confirm that you are over 16 years old. If you are under 16, you must either avoid disclosing your personal information to us or inform your parents or guardians about our Privacy Policy and have their consent on your behalf.

Those who perform parental duties must and are solely responsible for protecting minors from accessing and disclosing personal data when using adult websites.

In no case is our website intended for use by minors under 13 years of age.

Who collects your data?

DMU is responsible for collecting your data, which will not be shared or given for use to anyone not mentioned in this privacy policy.

If you have any questions, comments, or requests regarding the personal data collection process or this privacy policy, please send us a message at with the subject “personal data”.

What personal data do we collect?

When you contact us:

We collect the personal data that you include in the form on our website or disclose to us in other ways such as orally (telephone conversation) or writing (e.g., email or message of any kind). We collect your full name, email, phone number, and any other information you provide.

When you apply for a job:

When you apply to join our team, we collect information from your resume and any other information you provide to us, in writing or orally.

When you fill in the form to receive our newsletters (newsletter):

When you fill in the form to receive our newsletters (newsletters), you provide us with your email in which you wish to receive our newsletters (newsletters). We will use email only for sending newsletters. You can stop receiving newsletters at any time.

In addition, we automatically collect data when you visit our website or related subpages.

Your data that we collect and the process is always relevant and appropriate to fulfilling our obligations to you and the execution of services by DMU.

How do we collect your data?

You disclose to DMU most of the personal data we collect. We collect and process personal information when:

How do we use your data?

To contact you:

We will use your email, phone, or any other contact information you have communicated to us, in writing or orally, to contact you and provide the services or information you request. In addition, we can appropriately answer your comments and/or questions.

To establish a business relationship:

If you are already a customer of DMU or if we have a reasonable reason to believe that you may wish to work with us, then we will use your email, phone, or any other contact information you have communicated to us, in writing or orally, to create a business relationship, promoting information about our services and providing updates that may be of personal or professional interest to you.

To issue service receipts/service invoices:

If you are our customer, we will use the required information (name, surname, profession/attribute, address, VAT number, Tax Office) to issue legal service receipts/service invoices.

To provide you with information:

If you have subscribed to our newsletters, we will use your email to send you information about our services, our latest updates, our latest products, and our research results.

For automatic processing:

 If you visit our website, information about your behavior on the website will be automatically processed by cookies and third-party services to help us better understand your preferences and optimize your experience on the website.

How do we store your data?

We are particularly interested in the security of your data. We take all possible measures to ensure the safety of your data to the maximum extent possible. We store your data on DMU servers owned by third parties.

Third parties: To ensure the security of your sensitive information, we carefully select the third-party services we use. We use chosen services that assure us that they have complied with the General Regulation on Personal Data Protection and the rest of the applicable personal data protection legislation. You can contact us at email with the subject “Personal Data” for more information about taking appropriate security measures.

How long do we store your data?

Your data will be stored until:

And whichever of the above happens last.

Disclosure of personal data to third parties

DMU does not disclose your data to third parties unless necessary to execute the services it has undertaken on your behalf.

The DMU also transmits notifications to the competent tax authorities of your data required to issue legal tax documents, i.e., for the issuance of receipts for service/invoices for the provision of services (name, surname, profession/capacity, address, VAT number).

What rights do you have to protect your data?

DMU wants to make sure you know precisely what your privacy rights are. Every user has the right to:

Right of access:

You have the right to ask the DMU to provide you with copies of your data. We may need to charge you a small fee for this service.

Right of correction:

You have the right to ask the DMU to correct any information that you consider to be inaccurate. In addition, you have the right to fill in the information that you think to be incomplete.

Right to delete:

You have the right to ask the DMU to delete your data under certain conditions. Your data can not be deleted as long as we maintain an active professional relationship and for five years after its expiration. Your data in the issuance of legal tax documents cannot be deleted.

Right to restrict processing:

You have the right to ask the DMU to restrict the processing of your data under certain conditions.

Δικαίωμα εναντίωσης:

You have the right to object to processing your data by the DMU ​​under certain conditions.

Data transfer right:

You have the right to ask the DMU to transfer your data under certain conditions.

If you make a request, we have one month to respond. If you wish to exercise any of your above rights, please contact us at email with the subject “Personal Data.”

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files placed on your computer, mobile phone, or other devices when you visit a website and recognize your device on subsequent visits. These types of files perform various functions such as collecting reliable online login information and information about visitor behavior, helping to improve your experience on the Website, and ensuring that the ads or offers you see online are relevant to your interests. Simple navigation on the DMU Website presupposes the prior acceptance of cookies. We may collect information about you through cookies or other similar technologies when you visit our website.

The use of cookie technology is necessary to access the functions of the DMU Website; however, we do not process the personal data stored on them. Our cookies do not cause damage to the computers of the users but also the files stored in them.

In case of prevention of installation and/or deletion of these, you accept that there may be technical problems while browsing our website and/or that all the data and information of our website are not displayed correctly and completely.

For more information on cookies, please visit

Website Statistics

We may collect and process for statistical purposes or to improve your experience on our website information about your computer, your visits, and use of the DMU website (e.g., your IP address, geographical location, your browser, how the website is updated, the duration of the visit and the number of page views, etc.).

DMU collects and processes this type of information resulting from the cookies used on the website to improve the services it offers to the website users, both technologically and as a user experience and for statistical purposes.

Links to third-parties websites

Our website may contain hyperlinks to websites or third-party services not owned or controlled by DMU. Our Privacy Policy applies only to our website. Therefore, if you follow a hyperlink to another website, we advise you to read their Privacy Policy.

Translation - Interpretation

If available on our website, this Privacy Policy may have been translated into other languages.

You agree that the original Greek text shall prevail in case of disagreement.

Amendments to this Privacy Policy

In our sole discretion, we reserve the right to modify or replace this Privacy Policy at any time.

Any modification to this Privacy Policy takes effect as soon as it is posted on the Website.

We suggest that you visit the Privacy Policy of our website regularly to be always informed about any modifications that are made.

As long as you continue to browse or use our website after any modifications have taken effect, you agree to be bound by the revised terms. If you disagree with the new terms, in whole or in part, please stop using the website and any services.

How to contact the Competent Authority

If you wish to file a complaint or if you consider that the DMU does not respond to your requests to a satisfactory degree, you can contact the Hellenic Personal Data Protection Authority, which is the competent control authority, and which is located at Kifissias Avenue 1- 3, PC 11523, Athens (tel. +30



Publication: 22/05/2021

Last Update: 26/02/2022


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