1. The Website
The www.molyvosfestival.com website is owned by the non for profit civil law company operating under the name Molyvos International Music Festival, based in 81108 Molyvos, Lesbos, Greece (hereinafter “Festival”) and aims to facilitate the communication between the Festival with its supporters, as well as to inform the public regarding the vision and goals, the actions and initiatives undertaken by the Festival.
Except for the expressly stated exceptions (copyrights of third parties, affiliates and operators), all content of the Website and in general all files and data of the Website constitutes intellectual property of the Festival and is protected in accordance to the relevant provisions of the Greek law and in particular law 2121/1993 (“Intellectual property, related rights and cultural issues”), the European law and related international conventions.
3. User Responsibility
The Website users must comply with the rules and provisions of the Greek, European and international law and refrain from any illegal and abusive behavior during the use of the Website and in relation to it. The Website users are responsible for any damage caused to the Festival, due to misuse or improper use of the Website and the services offered through it.
The Festival encourages the private use of the Website and its Content for personal information or for educational and research purposes. The reproduction or storage of individual pages or data is permitted only for educational or research purposes, provided that the Website of origin is clearly indicated and there is a relevant Creator’s Copyright Notice (provided they appear on the Website), without prejudice to any copyright or industrial property rights. However, the users must be informed that specific files or data might be intellectual property of third parties (organizations, companies, etc.) and may not be used without the permission of those third parties (which may be indicated on the Website accordingly).
It is strictly forbidden to store, reproduce, republish, transmit or distribute any part of the Content for commercial purposes or for any other use not covered by paragraph 3.
It is strictly forbidden to store, reproduce, republish, transmit or distribute registered trademarks of the Festival, as well as trademarks of collaborating bodies as they appear on the Website.
The Festival shall not be liable under any circumstances whatsoever, including negligence, for any form of damage or virus attack suffered by any user, making use of the Website on its own initiative while aware of the terms herein.
4. Limitation of Liability of the Festival
The Festival strives by all means to provide the best possible service to the users of its Website, making every effort to ensure that the information and all content of the Website are accurate, correct, clear, adequate and available.
Similarly, the Festival does not guarantee that the Website or any other related Website or the servers through which the content of the Website is made available to its users are provided free of “viruses” or other harmful components.
The Festival shall not be liable under any circumstances and in any case whatsoever, including negligence, for any consequential, incidental, indirect, special damages or costs or penalties arising from any claims of third parties or in connection with the use or the presentation of this Website or its contents or any other linked webpage, regardless of whether the Festival was informed, was aware or should have been aware of this possibility.
5. Intellectual Property Rights and Trademarks
All content of the Website, except for the exceptions expressly stated (copyrights of third parties) is the property of the Festival and is protected by the relevant provisions of Greek law, European law and international conventions and treaties.
The Festival reserves all copyrights regarding the content of the Website and the copies created based on it. Moreover, the Newsletters that the user of the services of the Website may receive by subscribing to the mailing lists, are intellectual property of the Festival and are therefore protected by the relevant provisions of Greek law and international conventions.
The content of the Website is available to its users for personal use and is subject to amandments, without notice, at the discretion of the Festival. It may not be transferred by any third party with or without consideration, or copied, reproduced, modified, republished, transmitted or distributed in any way or by any means, without the written consent of the legal representative of the Festival.
The other products or services that are mentioned on the electronic pages of this Website and bear the marks of the respective organizations, companies, associates, and any kind of private or public law legal entities, are the intellectual and industrial property of the respective bodies and the use of the content of these websites requires prior written consent of the eventual beneficiary.
6. Minor users
The users of the Website, who are minors, are allowed to access the services of the Website only with the consent of their parents or guardians.
7. Personal Data Protection
This personal data protection notice refers solely to the personal data of users, which they themselves provide voluntarily and with their consent, in the context of using this Website.
The information provided by the users is used for their direct and effective communication with the Festival (e.g. information about activities, events, conferences, competitions, online games.).
The Festival does not distribute to any other organization or partner, which is not related to the Festival, the email addresses or any other information or data, relevant to the users of its Website.
The Festival takes all appropriate technical measures to safeguard the Website users’ personal data from loss or from any form of illegal processing, as described in detail below (see 11. Safety of Transactions).
The personal data provided by the user to the Festival for any reason, such as participation in events or activities of the Festival, donation to the Festival etc. are included in the files of the Festival, are used exclusively for the users best service and information and are not reproduced or made available to third parties in any way whatsoever. If the user does not wish to have their data archived, they must notify the Festival in writing, within 10 days. In any case, the user is entitled to exercise the rights of access and objection at any time, as provided by articles 12 and 13 of law 2472/1997.
The Festival, having respect to the personal data protection principles as stipulated by the Greek and European legislation and the relevant international conventions, will not make any unfair use without the prior consent of the user. The Festival may not disclose, publish, sell or exchange in any way whatsoever the personal data and information entrusted by the user. Exceptionally, the Festival may disclose personal data following request of a Public Authority, Court etc, always observing the procedure as provided by law.
Users can, at any time, and provided there is a reasonable cause, change the personal information, which they have notified to the Festival or even cancel their use by filling in the relevant electronic form.
The Festival shall not be liable under any circumstances, including negligence, for any form of damage or virus attack suffered by any user of the Website who makes such use on its own initiative and who is aware of the terms herein.
To start any interaction with the Festival through the Website (e.g. registration for receiving newsletters, participation in any event), users must necessarily disclose certain personal data, such as full name, home address, phone number, email address.
8. Access to Information
With regard to any transaction with the Festival (e.g. participation in an event), the collection of the user’s personal is required. The submission of the personal data by the user automatically implies their consent to the use of this data, for the reasons mentioned above.
The Festival requires its employees and the webmasters of its Website to provide its users with the level of security referred to in this privacy statement.
The Festival may not disclose to other parties, in any other case whatsoever, the personal data of the users of its Website, without their prior consent, unless this is requested through legal channels.
Under certain conditions, personal data submitted electronically may be collected, used and disclosed, as provided by law or following court decision – without prior consent of the Website users.
10. Correction, Amendment or Deletion of Information
The Festival enables the users of its Website to correct, change, supplement or delete data and information provided to the Festival. In the event that the user chooses to delete information, the Festival will proceed and delete the said information from its files immediately. In order to protect and keep the users safe, the Festival will try to authenticate the person making the changes as the real user.
In order for the user to access, modify or delete personal data, to report problems regarding the use and operation of the Website or to submit any question, they can contact the Festival via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org .
11. Safety of Transactions
The Festival is committed, as far as possible, to ensuring the security, confidentiality and integrity of the data it collects, regarding the users of its Website. In particular, the Festival has adopted procedures that protect the personal data that the users submit to the Website or provide to the Festival by any other means (eg by telephone or e-mail). The aforementioned procedures protect the users’ data from any unauthorized access or disclosure, loss or misuse, change or destruction. Moreover, they also help in ensuring that the specific data is accurate and used correctly.
In particular, the Festival has implemented the appropriate technical measures to safeguard the personal data of users from loss, or from any form of illegal processing. Specifically, the Festival uses the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) protocol, for secure online transactions. This protocol encrypts all users’ personal information, so that it cannot be read or altered when transferred online. The SSL protocol is now considered the Internet global standard for the certification of websites to network users and for the encryption of data between network users and web servers (web servers). An encrypted SSL communication requires all information sent between a client and a server to be encrypted by the sending software and decrypted by the receiving software, thus protecting personal data when it is transferred. In addition, all information sent with SSL protocol, are protected by a mechanism, which automatically detects if the data has been corrupted during transfer.
While the user is on the secure website in order to support the Festival, their browser informs them that they are on a secure website, by means of well visible signs, such as the logo of the company that provides the SSL certificate to the Festival and guarantees the secure exchange of data and the identity of the Website of the Festival.
12. Acceptance of privacy procedures
13. Applicable law and other terms
This document constitutes the entire agreement between the Festival and the users of its Website and is binding exclusively on them.
For any question, information, query, clarification related to the Website and / or complaint, users can contact the following e-mail address: email@example.com.