Recent surveys in the English speaking world, indicate that over half of all visitors to web sites simply will not carry out a purchase online, afraid their financial information may get stolen. Are you one of them? BritsinCrete has been around since 2004, but in November 2011 we took that extra step to safeguard this web site and your privacy when we upgraded to an open source content management system. As part of that leap in Web 2.0 technology we installed a RapidSSL Certificate from Geotrust and Trustico as a security measure at a time of massive growth in fake web sites, cloning of legitimate web sites, viruses and identity theft.
We have now moved on however after moving to a fresh web host company which required compatibility with their security controls. Our website is now using GlobalSign Identity Management Services. GlobalSign is also a main player in Internet security. Brits in Crete is joining the likes of the BBC, Ford, Microsoft, Toyota, Netflix, airbnb, Virgin and Lockheed Martin who rely on GlobalSign's security expertise.
We take your privacy and online security seriously. We wish you to have full confidence in britsincrete.net whether it is signing up to free membership with benefits, or to make a paid transaction. GlobalSign advanced security systems.
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Privacy and BritsinCrete Websites, including britsincrete.co.uk, britsincrete.net, sissi.gr, cretepropertyuncovered.com, livingincrete.gr, and britsincrete.blogspot.com. Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is information that can be directly related with a specific person or entity: name, address, or e-mail address.
It is not necessary for you to provide any personally identifiable information in order to simply browse our Brits in Crete web sites.
Brits in Crete collects personally identifiable information from site visitors when you voluntarily provide us with your information via a web form on our website, sign up to a forum, or while corresponding with us via email.
We will NOT sell, rent, or lease your personal information. Occasionally, we may share information with third parties that have entered into contracts with us to assist in the delivery of our services. These third-party contractors will be required to maintain the confidentiality of the information we share with them and they will be prohibited from using shared information for their own purposes or profit. We may also share or report personal information in limited situations where we have a reasonable belief that such disclosure is legally justified including but not limited to compliance with court orders, search warrants, and subpoenas and/or in cooperation with regulators and law enforcement authorities.
We are safe sites for kids and make no separate interaction with them. We will not collect information about your child, under 13 years of age or older, other than that detailed in the previous sections, when they visit our web sites or unless you, a parent, carer or guardian choose to provide information to us.
The management and protection of personal data in Greece of the visitor/user/subscriber of the services of the britsincrete web sites is governed by the terms of current legal practice, and by the relevant provisions of Greek Law (Law 2472/1997 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data, as it has been completed by the decisions of the President of the Committee for the Protection of Personal Data, Presidential Decrees 207/1998 and 79/2000 and article 8 Law 2819/2000 as well as Law 2774/1999 and European Law (Directives 95/46/EC and 97/66/EC).
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