conlapThe processing and protection of personal data is subject to the present terms as well as to the relevant clauses of the Greek, European and international data protection law. If the user/visitor of the site does not agree with the following terms he/she should refrain from using the site’s services.

General Rules

We respect our customers’ wish to protect and safeguard the confidentiality of their personal data.

We collect and process personal data according to the relevant articles of the Greek and international legislation (in particular the EU General Data Protection Regulation) with the sole purposes to improve our services as well as for promotional reasons, for statistical analysis and for quality assessment purposes. Some forms of processing may be entrusted to external specialized partners, in accordance to the law.

Types of personal data processed and reasons of processing

Information on news and activities

In order to keep the user informed of our activities and with the user’s explicit consent, we add his/her data to our mailing lists.

Reservation and invoicing data

When the user makes an online or phone reservation or a reservation through any other channel, we collect and store the relevant data: name, phone number, email address, number of guests, date and hour, seating preferences etc.

We also store invoicing data when provided by our customer as well as a list of the total consumption of previous visits.

Some of the above mentioned data may be stored on external servers or on the Cloud.

Use of personal data 

We use the collected personal data for the following purposes with the explicit consent of the our customers:

To inform the user about the restaurant’s activities through a newsletter or other means

to serve our customers faster and better when they visit our restaurant

commercial promotion of the restaurant

compliance with our fiscal and other legal obligations

quality assurance, statistical analysis, satisfaction surveys and reviews of our business

We do not sell or deliver to third parties personal data we have collected with the following exceptions:

We may allow third parties to access personal data when they act under a contract by which we have entrusted them with the data processing for the aforementioned purposes.

Personal data may be provided to law enforcement and other state authorities when stipulated by the law.

Data retention period

We store personal data until the customer asks their deletion.

Customer’s rights

The customers can contact the restaurant by email at info@conlap.com  in order to confirm whether we retain their personal data and ask their correction, modification or deletion. The customers may unsubscribe from receiving information about our activities by clicking the relevant link included in our correspondence.

GDPR detection and blurring

Person blurring: to comply with the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), our algorithms allow you to obtain selective blurring in order to anonymize visible and recognizable people on the various projects.

With these algorithms, people are automatically blurred in order to respect the right to privacy in compliance with the GDPR and the CNIL.

In order to blur the silhouettes of the people present,  algorithms will first detect the person(s) present in the image and where. A blurring on each silhouette is then applied to the image; this blurring is irreversible, so we can consider the photo as anonymous*. The photos are analyzed and blurred along the way, so the project can be shared on a public page (after agreement of the different stakeholders of the project).

This treatment is to be distinguished from masking. Masking allows you to manually blur a fixed area on the entire project. For example, the public highway, a neighboring building or a sidewalk. 

When blurring or masking is enabled, the owner has the original project (unblurred or unmasked photos) and a project with blurring/masking. In the latter, the videos are generated from the blurred photos.


*Like any detection algorithm, this one is not infallible and some silhouettes may not be detected in certain conditions (partial silhouettes, bad light conditions, people too close or too far away).