Personal Data Protection

CAOA fully respects the personal rights of all guests/users. The site is connected to internet statistics tools (Google Analytics) to analyze the use of the site, determining how users visit, the navigated content and browser/OS choice. This is not linked to the collection of personal information, other than the IP (Internet Protocol) and the browser software of the guest/user and which is necessary to determine any problems on the website, as well as to demonstrate what services and features are most interesting to guests/users (e.g. Offers for Members), so as to improve (enable) the user’s experience on the website.

This use of information will be done within the legal framework and under the guarantees laid down in the Law. 138(I)/2001, as specified and completed by decisions of the Cyprus Courts and EU directives.

The use of, indicates that the guest/user is satisfied with the said use and gives his/her relevant consent. If no consent is given, the guest/user, should not use the website


Cookies are small text files that are placed on the user’s computer by websites that he/she visits. Cookies are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site. If the users’ consent is not provided, they cannot use the Internet services that use cookies or delete cookies after their exit from the respective websites that use them. Alternatively, they can use their browser in anonymous or private function. More information about cookies and how their management can be found in the browser they use (e.g. Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Torch, Safari, etc).

The CAOA collects the necessary cookies needed for the operation of the webpage website.  The collection and/or processing of cookies can be done also by the external Web services in These are mostly used to display content through the, e.g. for video viewing via the YouTube channel of CAOA and social media (Facebook, Twitter) pages of CAOA. Collection of information (about the use of embedded content, anonymous usage data collection, e.g. display number and individual user data) by the external web services cannot be prevented. Users should monitor the relevant policies of each of these Internet services in order to understand exactly how their information is used and find out how to leave or delete this information.


Cyprus law governs these terms and conditions of use of, and any amendments thereof. For any dispute arising between the parties, the Cyprus courts will have the jurisdiction and Cypriot law will apply. Any provision of these terms that contradicts the law shall cease to apply and be eliminated; the validity of other terms and conditions shall not be affected in this case. The present constitutes the entire agreement between CAOA and any guest/user of website; it does not bind anyone else but them.

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