Head of Processing – Contact data
WebAsk is the controller with the following contact details:
Head Office Address: Livadi, Kythira, P.O. 80100
Which personal data are collected and how?
The personal data that Webask collects and processes are only those that are necessary for the specific and clearly defined purpose and the specific legal basis.
In this context, the processing that takes place concerns the personal data that you provide to Webask in real interactive time, when you use our services, our official websites, for example by sending a message.
For which purposes is the processing effected and which is its legal basis?
Personal data is collected in accordance with the GDPR and applicable legislation, either when sending an email or later and is processed on a legal basis:
- Communication between us about your website issues.
- Upgrading your program.
- The interruption of our cooperation.
Webask may process your personal data for the following purposes per legal basis:
1. With your consent
Transfer of personal data to third parties. Send updates.
2. To safeguard your or a third party’s vital interest
In the event that your life or the life of a third party is at risk
3. For reasons of our legal interest, as:
To develop and improve our services through your activities and interests.
To handle your complaints.
For the protection and security of IT systems.
Who are the receivers of my personal data?
Webask staff have access to your personal data.
Webask is obliged or entitled to share your personal data with various third party recipients such as:
- Public bodies
- Independent authorities
subject to the observance in any case of confidentiality and the duty of confidentiality and secrecy.
How long are my data preserved?
Webask keeps your personal data only for the time required for the purposes of the processing. However, it must keep the personal data for a period of time determined by the applicable legal and regulatory framework.
How my data are protected?
At Webask we work every day to ensure that the personal data we receive:
- They are processed lawfully and legitimately in a transparent manner in relation to the data subject.
- They are collected exclusively for specific and legal purposes.
- They are sufficient, relevant to the purpose for which we collect them and limited to what is necessary.
- They are accurate and up to date.
- They are kept exclusively within the specified time frame and no longer.
- They are processed in such a way as to ensure their necessary protection, by taking the necessary technical and organizational protection measures.
What are my rights?
Webask processes in an automated manner and does not create a profile for any natural person whose personal data it maintains
The data subject has the following rights:
The right of access
You can at any time be informed by us about your personal data that we maintain, and have access to it.
The right to data rectification
You have the option to contact us to correct data that is inaccurate or incomplete.
The “right to be forgotten”
As long as we are not required by law to retain the data we hold relating to you, you can ask us to delete it.
The right to data portability
You can ask us to transfer your data to another public or private body.
The right to object and to restrict processing
In case you disagree with the way we process your personal data, you can request the interruption or limitation of the processing.
Withdrawal of consent
You have the right to withdraw your consent at any time. The withdrawal of your consent does not affect the legality of the processing based on it and carried out before its withdrawal.
Head of Data Protection
In case you have questions about the protection of your data and your rights, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or write to the postal address: Livadi, Kythira, P.O. 80100, Greece and we will answer them as soon as possible and no later than one month.
Personal Data Protection Authority
You have the right to file a complaint with the Personal Data Protection Authority (www.dpa.gr), which is the competent supervisory authority for the protection of the fundamental rights and freedoms of natural persons against the processing of their personal data, if you consider that they are being violated your rights in any way.