Terms of use

The website www.hfa.gr is the website of the Hellenic Association for Friedrich Ataxia (hereinafter the Association) for the dissemination of data and information concerning the work and activities of the Association.

The use or visit of the website of the Hellenic Association for Friedrich Ataxia is an acceptance of these terms and conditions of use without restrictions or reservations. The content of the entire website as well as the terms and conditions of use may be modified by the Association without notice.

The Association reserves the copyright in the content of this website, including the logo, images and photographs, the software code, and the rights of any material for which it has received permission from its owner.

The content of this website is available to the user for personal use. Reproduction, modification, distribution, sale or any commercial use of the content is not allowed without the prior written approval of the Association.

The Association maintains the website for information and communication purposes and makes every effort to provide accurate and up-to-date information. However, the information is provided without any guarantee of its accuracy.

The Association is not responsible for any direct or indirect damage that may be caused by access or use or inability to access this website. The same applies to the websites that are linked through links to it, for the content and security policy of which the Association bears no responsibility.

Any communication forwarded to the website, including any information, questions, comments, suggestions, etc. governed by the relevant provisions of applicable Greek legislation.

All content of the communication may be treated as non-confidential and used freely by the Association, including its deletion, in particular if it may harm the website itself or its users, even if it has been sent without the knowledge of the sender.

In case that the use of the website violates the terms and conditions of use, the visitor’s information may be part of an investigation by the competent authorities.