According to the General Regulation for Data Protection (item 30 of the preamble) cookies, if they lead to the identification of the natural person who visits a website (either alone or in combination with other personal data), are personal data and are protected from the Regulation. In order for them to be collected and processed legally, should the following rules be followed?
- Enable the user to accept or reject cookies before collecting and processing them with the exception of the essentials for navigation.
- Provide complete, accurate and specific information about the data that each cookie (and the absolutely necessary) collects and concerns its purpose in plain language before obtaining consent.
- File each user’s consent.
- Make it easy for the user to revoke his consent at any time, in the same way that he gave his consent in the beginning.
Record and save data generated while you browse our website ( co okies)
We inform you that the website of the School of Social Sciences collects and stores during your navigation in it personal data (hereinafter cookies). The University of Crete is in charge of their processing.
Cookies are small files that a website stores on your computer or mobile device every time you visit it.
The purpose of the above data collection is to improve the services of the website and the smooth operation of the website. The legal basis for the collection and processing of such data is Article 6 (1) indent (f) of the General Regulation on Data Protection.
Types of cookies:
The website of the School of Social Sciences is designed so that you can configure the collection of cookies you want, including the option to reject the collection and processing of all types of cookies except those absolutely necessary for your browsing the site.
Cookies will be stored for a period of 3 months.
To revoke your consent, you can follow the following procedure:Revoke consent