Land Data and Your Privacy
Date of last update: December 22, 2016
Personal information means anything that can identify an individual, either on its own or combined with other data that includes his name, physical address, or email address, phone number, last four digits of his credit card, Shipping tracking numbers and IP addresses.
Collection, use and disclosure of your personal information.
Land Data collects, uses and discloses personal information in order to provide you with software tools, services and information on these tools you might be interested in. We also collect, use your personal information to comply with legal requirements and applicable laws. We collect information in two ways:
- The information you give us voluntarily, such as your name, email address, or phone number.
- The information we obtain from your use of our services Automatically. We may collect information about the services that you use and how you use them, like when you visit a website that uses our advertising services or you see our ads and content. This information includes:
Information on Your Computer
We may collect certain information about your computer (such as your hardware model, version of operating system, and mobile network information,) IP address, your browser ID, your browsing activity and your interaction with our services or website. We may collect this information as a part of log files as well as the use of cookie or other tracking technologies. Land Data may associate your computer or phone number to the account of Land Data.
Unique application numbers
Some services include a unique application number. The number and information about your installation (for example, the type of operating system and the version number of the application) can be sent to Land Data during the installation or uninstallation of that service or when that service periodically contacts our server, such as for automatic updates.
Cookies and anonymous identifiers
Cookies allow you to provide important site functionality so you don’t have to re-enter lots of information. They allow you to remember what links and pages have been selected during a session. We are using the following cookies:
Woocommerce uses these: https://docs.woocommerce.com/document/woocommerce-cookies/
And these cookies by WordPress: https://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_Cookies
Google Analytics Cookies.
Google Analytics is a website monitoring tool that enable users to see the number of website visitors, their source and to analyse how they see and navigate your website. You may opt-out of all Google Analytics used by websites via https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
- a) Consent
Before we ask you, we will inform you as to why we are collecting your personal information and with whom it will be shared.
You may refuse to provide or withdraw your consent to the collection. However, if you refuse to provide or you withdraw your consent, we may be unable to provide you with certain goods and services.
If you would like to withdraw your consent, please contact the Land Data Privacy Office.
- b) Collection
We collect your personal information when:
- you make online purchases
- you sign up for our Newsletter
- we verify your identity for our protection
- we meet legal requirements
In most cases we collect personal information directly from you. However, in some cases, we obtain certain personal information from other sources. We will obtain your consent to collect personal information about you from other sources.
- c) Use
Personal information will not be used without your consent for purposes other than those for which it was collected.
We will use your personal information to communicate with you about special offerings, and invitations to events.
When you sign up for our Newsletter.
We will use your personal information to email you our Newsletter. If you wish to unsubscribe, select the “unsubscribe” option that is located at the bottom of every Newsletter.
Collection, use and disclosure of your personal information.
Land Data may use the personal information to communicate with you for the purpose of offering you other software products. These offers may be sent to you by mail, fax or electronically, including by email, or by telephone at the telephone number you have provided to Land Data.
Maintaining and securing your personal information.
The use and storing of your personal information is not required for doing business with us. You may withdraw your consent at any time. If you would like to withdraw your consent, please contact the Land Data Privacy Office firstname.lastname@example.org
Land Data has adopted security measures and procedures to protect your personal information against unauthorized access, loss or theft.
Land Data allows access to personal information that is necessary to provide you with the software tools and services for which the information was collected, only to it’s employees, partners and agents (sub-processors) who are all aware of their liabilities. We do not share or make available our customer’s personal data with third parties.
Land Data keeps your personal information only for as long as necessary to accomplish the identified purpose, to provide our service, or to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, enforce an agreement and facilitate tax audits. The collected personal data are stored in a DB on landdata.gr website running WordPress and WooCommerce, hosted by Siteground. They are all DGPR compliant. We keep the data in the DB for a short time (one year) while the support time period is active. After we back it up to our office premises where they are kept from the in a secure place.
We may from time to time provide information of a general nature to third parties (i.e. the number of visitors to our website, or the number of buyers of a specific product, but we will not use any information that could identify those individuals.
Following is a list of all current sub-processors in use by LAND DATA. A sub-processor includes any third party that we share personally identifiable info with.
Here is that list:
Applying corrections to your personal information.
You may request a correction to your personal information by writing to the Land Data Privacy Office.
Land Data Privacy Office.
Land Data Topography Studies Ltd
Data Protection Officer: Vassilis Tsivos
26 Drosopoulou St.
Athens, 11257 Greece
We work hard to protect Land Data and our users from unauthorized access to or unauthorized alteration, disclosure or destruction of the information we hold. Specifically:
- We encrypt all packages of our software.
- We review our information collection, storage and processing, including physical security measures to protect against unauthorized access to our systems.
- We limit access to personal information to LAND DATA employees, partners and agents who need to know such information in order to process it for us and who are subject to strict contractual confidentiality obligations. Failure to respond to those obligations results in discipline or termination of their contract.
We use the (SSL) protocol, which encrypts all information you send to us electronically. This processes your information before it is transmitted from your computer to us. When we receive it we make reasonable efforts to secure it in our system. Unfortunately, as you know, no data transmission over the Internet can be 100% secure. As a result, we cannot warrant the security of any information you transmit to us, and you do so at your own risk.
You have certain rights given to you by law, that means you have an amount of control over your personal data that we process.
- Access to Your Personal Data: This right allows you to confirm that your personal data is being processed and to allow you to check if the processing is lawful.
- Correcting Any Mistakes: The right of rectification allows you to instruct an organisation that is processing your personal data, to rectify any mistakes.
- Right to be Forgotten: You have the right to instruct an organisation to erase your personal data.
- Stop Processing: The right to stop the processing of your personal data
- Moving Data: The right to data portability means that under certain circumstances you will be able to ask for your personal data to be transferred from one organisation to another.
- Right to Object to Direct Marketing: You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data for the purposes of direct marketing.
- Object to Profiling: Under certain circumstances, you are able to object to profiling and/or automated decision making.
- Right to complain to the Information Commissioners Office (ICO): If you are not happy with an aspect of how landdata are processing your data, you can lodge a complaint to the supervisory authority, which is the ICO. (www.ico.org.uk)
Before it gets to that situation, please make sure you contact our Data Protection Officer (Vassili Tsivos) at email@example.com if you wish to exercise any of your rights or if you have any questions about the processing of your personal data.
Compliance and cooperation with regulatory authorities
Device identifiers let LAND DATA know which unique device you are using to run our software, which we can use to customize our service to your device or analyze any device issues related to our services.
Security and Compliance
Continuing responsibilities of the designated Data Protection Officer is to ensure that our site is as secure as possible, which includes:
- Ensuring that our site is always using the latest version of WordPress.
- Ensuring that our site is always using the latest versions of WooCommerce and any other
- Deactivating and removing unneeded plugins or themes.
- Making regular, secure backups of our website data, especially WooCommerce data.
- Exporting and archiving completed orders to secure storage. The less data stored on the website, the less exposure we have — and the fewer customers we need to notify in the event of a breach.
- Requiring strong, unique passwords on all WordPress accounts.
- Limiting the number of people with access to wp-admin.
- Making sure each employee has a separate login. No shared accounts!
- Removing accounts immediately when employees or contractors leave the company.
In addition to designating a Data Protection Officer, the GDPR requirements also include:
- Protecting personal data by employing techniques such as access restrictions, encryption, pseudonymization, backups, data minimization, and regular testing of all these techniques.
- Notifying the appropriate supervisory authority no more than 72 hours after of becoming aware of a breach of users’ personal data, including the number of users whose data was exposed, the nature of the breach, and what actions are being taken to mitigate its effects.
- Communicating this information to the impacted users, especially if the data breach exposed any of their unencrypted personal data.
- Considering the needs of any law enforcement investigations before publicly announcing the breach.
Security Breach Checklist
Following is the checklist of what we are going to do if we get hacked:
- Change all passwords.
- Create a fresh backup.
- Identify the hack and remove their code and means of access.
- Contact any supervisory authority required, especially in the EU.
- Contact impacted customers.
- Look at preventative measures that will prevent the hack from happening again, and take action.
If a security breach causes an unauthorised access into our system that materially affects you or your contacts in our software, then Landdata will notify you as soon as possible and later report the action we took in response.
We may disclose personal information obtained through this website in order to co-operate with local,, national and international authorities investigating unlawful activities or to report improper or unlawful user activities on this website.
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