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Terms Of Use

Terms of Use of our Site 

TRI.SYN. C. (“TRI.SYN.C” or “we”) provides its content (such as text, data, information, graphics or photographs) on Triaena (the “site”) subject to the following terms and conditions (the “terms”). Please read these terms carefully before using this site. Accessing and using this site indicates that you have read and agree to these terms. If you do not accept these terms, you are not authorized to use this site. 

These Terms were last updated on June 20, 2023, and may be periodically changed, so please check back from time to time. For an explanation of TRI.SYN. C.’s practices and policies related to the collection, use, and storage of our users’ information, please read our privacy policy.


The content and functionality on the Site, including text, graphics, logos, icons, and images, may be copyrighted, proprietary and subject to intellectual property or other rights (which rights are owned by TRI.SYN. C. or other third parties). Any unauthorized use of any materials on the Site may violate copyright, trademark and other laws or applicable intellectual property or other rights. Users are encouraged to print or distribute content (e.g., via link on a social network) provided that (a) The use of the content is personal and non-commercial, (b) All copyright, trademark and similar notices are retained and (c) The content is not used as or implies that TRI.SYN. C. is providing a testimonial or endorsement of an organization, its products or services.

Use of Site Content 

You are responsible for obtaining and maintaining all equipment and services needed for access to and use of the Site. Materials on the Site may not be modified, reproduced, publicly displayed, performed, distributed, or used for any public or commercial purposes without explicit written permission from the appropriate content or material provider (including third-party links). TRI.SYN. C. bears no risk, responsibility, or liability in the event that a user does not obtain such explicit written permission as advised by TRI.SYN. C. To request such written permission, use the “Contact us” feature.

You agree not to use any data mining, robots, or similar data gathering or extraction methods in connection with the Site. You further agree not to attempt to gain unauthorized access to any portion of the Site or any other accounts, computer systems, or networks connected to the Site, whether through hacking, password mining, or any other means.

Disclaimers – Limitation of Liability

Due to the nature of electronic communication processes, TRI.SYN. C. does not guarantee or warrant the site will be uninterrupted, without delay, error-free, omission[1]free, or free of viruses. Therefore, the information is provided ‘as is’ without warranties of any kind, express or implied, including accuracy, timeliness and completeness. TRI.SYN. C. makes no warranty as to the results that may be obtained from the use of the site or as to the accuracy or reliability of any information obtained through the site.

In no event shall TRI.SYN. C. , or any of their respective partners, principals, agents or employees, be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, exemplary, punitive, consequential or other damages (including but not limited to, liability for loss of use, data or profits), without regard to the form of any action, including but not limited to, contract, negligence or other tortious actions, arising out of or in connection with the site, any content on or accessed by use of the site, or any copying, display or other use.

Third-Party Websites 

Third-party links may be provided as a convenience to the users of the site. TRI.SYN. C. is not obligated to review such third-party websites, does not control and is not responsible for any of these sites or their content, which are governed by the terms of use and privacy policies, if any, of the applicable third-party content providers. TRI.SYN. C. vigorously protects its reputation and reserves the right to request removal of any link to our web site.

These terms are governed by the relevant provisions of Greek law without reference to the principles of conflicts of laws thereof.