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iubenda makes your business GDPR Compliant

Consent isn’t enough, you need to be able to prove it

As a Gold Certified Partner, Hellenic Technologies offers expert Iubenda integration via Google Tag Manager, ensuring seamless website compliance with Prior Consent Blocking. Our service, valued at €900, is complimentary with any Iubenda subscription plan you choose, identical to Iubenda’s offerings. Trust us to enhance your site’s GDPR compliance effortlessly, leveraging our proven expertise in Iubenda solutions for your peace of mind.


Find out how we can help you adapt your site or app to the regulations

Subscribe now and secure a complimentary iubenda setup, valued at €900, with your subscription. Our pricing mirrors iubenda’s own, ensuring you get the best value without any additional cost. Plus, benefit from our dedicated support, guiding you every step of the way to full compliance and peace of mind. Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your website’s legal standing effortlessly.

*For clients preferring invoiced billing or specific payment arrangements, please note there will be an additional 8% handling fee to accommodate these personalised services.

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Overview of the main legal requirements for websites
and apps owners

Privacy and Cookie Policy

The law obliges each site/app that collects personal data to disclose relevant details to users via dedicated privacy and cookie notices.

Privacy policies must contain certain fundamental elements specific to your particular processing activities, including:

the contact and identifying details of the data controller;
which personal data is being processed;
the purposes and methods of processing;
the categories of sources from which consumers’
data is being collected;
the legal bases of processing (e.g., consent);
the third-parties that may also access the data — this includes
any third-party tools (e.g., Google Analytics);
details relating to the transfer of data outside the European Union (where it applies);
the rights of the user;
description of notification process for changes or updates
to the privacy policy;
the effective date of the privacy policy.
The cookie policy specifically describes the different types of cookies installed through the site, any third-parties to which these cookies refer – including a link to the respective documents and opt-out forms – and the purposes of the processing.

Can’t we use a generic document?

It’s not possible to use generic documents as your policy must describe in detail the specific data processing carried out by your site/app, and must also include the particular details of any third-party technologies (e.g., facebook Like buttons or Google Maps) specifically used by you.

What if my site does not process any data?

It’s very difficult for your site not to process any data. A simple contact form or a traffic analysis system such as Google Analytics is enough to trigger the obligation to prepare and display a privacy and cookie policy.

Terms and Conditions

In certain circumstances it can be necessary to protect your online business from potential liabilities with a Terms and Conditions document. Though not always legally required, Terms and Conditions set the way in which your product, service or content may be used, in a legally binding way.

The Terms and Conditions typically contain copyright clauses, disclaimers, terms of sale, allow you to set governing law, list mandatory consumer protection clauses, and more.

The Terms and Conditions should
at least include:

the identification of the business;
a description of the service that your site/app provides;
information on risk allocation, liability, and disclaimers;
warranty/guarantee information;
the existence of a withdrawal right;
safety information, including instructions for proper use
(e.g., terms of delivery of product/service);
rights of use;
conditions of use/purchase (e.g., age requirements or
location-based restrictions);
refund policy/exchange/termination of service and related information;
information related to methods of payment.

When is it mandatory to have Terms and Conditions?

Everyone from bloggers to e-commerce, SaaS, and enterprise businesses can benefit from setting Terms of Use. However, in some cases it can be mandatory, such as in the case of e-commerce, where payment data is processed.

Can I copy and use a Terms and Conditions document from
another site?

Because they are essentially a legally binding agreement, it is not only important to have one in place, but also necessary to ensure that it meets legal requirements and it matches your specific business processes, model, and remains up-to-date with the various laws referenced in its contents. Copy-pasting Terms and Conditions from other sites is very risky and could result in the document being void or unenforceable.

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