Website Usage Rules
The user undertakes to use the website and all its content and services in accordance with the law, morals, public order, and these general conditions.
The PROVIDER may interrupt access to its website at any time if it detects use contrary to legality, good faith, or these general conditions.
Likewise, the user expressly undertakes to make appropriate use of the contents and services of the website and not to use them for:
- Disseminating content that is illegal, violent, pornographic, racist, xenophobic, offensive, supportive of terrorism, or, in general, contrary to the law or public order.
- Carrying out illegal activities or activities constituting a crime, that infringe the rights of third parties and/or violate the regulations on intellectual and industrial property, or any other rules of the applicable legal system.
- Introducing computer viruses into the network or performing actions that may alter, damage, interrupt, or generate errors or damage to the electronic documents, data, or physical and logical systems of the PROVIDER or third parties, as well as obstructing the access of other users to the website and its services by consuming the computer resources through which the PROVIDER provides its services.
- Attempting to access the email accounts of other users or restricted areas of the website and, where applicable, extracting information.
- Impersonating the identity of another user, public administrations, or a third party.
- Reproducing, copying, distributing, making available, or in any other way publicly communicating, transforming, or modifying the contents, unless you have the authorization of the holder of the corresponding rights or it is legally permitted.
- Collecting data for advertising purposes and sending advertising of any kind and communications for the purpose of sale or other commercial nature without prior request or consent.
The user’s access to the website does not imply any obligation on the part of the PROVIDER to control the absence of viruses, worms, or any other harmful computer elements. It is the user’s responsibility, in any case, to have adequate tools for detecting and disinfecting harmful computer programs.
The PROVIDER is not responsible for the damage caused to the software and computer equipment of users or third parties during the use of the services offered on the website.
The PROVIDER is not responsible for damages or harm of any kind caused to the user that result from failures or disconnections in telecommunications networks that lead to the suspension, cancellation, or interruption of the website’s service during its provision or beforehand.
The PROVIDER reserves the right to make modifications to its website without prior notice, including changing, deleting, or adding both the content and services provided through it and the way in which they are presented or located on the website.
Intellectual and Industrial Property
The website, including, but not limited to, its programming, editing, compilation, and other elements necessary for its operation, designs, logos, text, and/or graphics are the property of the PROVIDER or, if applicable, have a license or express authorization from the authors.
All contents of the website are duly protected by intellectual and industrial property regulations and are registered in the corresponding public registries.
Total or partial reproduction, use, exploitation, distribution, and marketing require the prior written authorization of the PROVIDER.
Any use not previously authorized by the PROVIDER will be considered a serious breach of the intellectual or industrial property rights of the author.
Designs, logos, text, and/or graphics that are not the property of the PROVIDER and may appear on the website belong to their respective owners, who are responsible for any possible disputes that may arise regarding them.
The PROVIDER recognizes the corresponding industrial and intellectual property rights in favor of their owners, with their mere mention or appearance on the website not implying the existence of rights or any responsibility of the PROVIDER over them, nor endorsement, sponsorship, or recommendation by the PROVIDER itself.
The establishment of a hyperlink does not imply, in any case, the existence of relations between the PROVIDER and the owner of the website in which it is established, nor the acceptance and approval by the PROVIDER of its content or services. Those persons who intend to establish a hyperlink must request written authorization from the PROVIDER in advance. In any case, the hyperlink will only allow access to the home page or main page of the websites, and it must refrain from making false, inaccurate, or incorrect statements or indications about the PROVIDER or including illegal content, contrary to good customs and public order.
The PROVIDER is not responsible for the use that each user makes of the information made available on the website or for the actions they take based on it.
The PROVIDER assumes no responsibility for any information contained on third-party websites that can be accessed through “links” or links from any website owned by the PROVIDER. The presence of “links” or links on the PROVIDER’s website is for informational purposes only and in no case implies a suggestion, invitation, or recommendation regarding them.
Sending Commercial Communications
In compliance with the provisions of the Second Final Provision of Law 9/2014, of May 9, on Telecommunications, which amends Law 34/2002, of July 11, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, commercial communications made electronically must be clearly identifiable as such, and the natural or legal person on whose behalf they are made must also be clearly identifiable, without prejudice to what may be provided by the regulations issued by the Autonomous Communities with exclusive competences in consumer matters.
The provisions of the previous paragraph shall not apply when there is a prior contractual relationship, provided that the PROVIDER has lawfully obtained the contact details of the recipient and uses them to send commercial communications regarding products or services of its own company that are similar to those initially contracted with the client.
When communications have been sent by email, this means of communication must necessarily include an email address or another valid electronic address where this right can be exercised, and the sending of communications that do not include such address is prohibited.
The recipient may revoke their consent to receive commercial communications at any time by simply notifying their will to the sender.
In any case, the PROVIDER offers the recipient the possibility of objecting to the processing of their data for promotional purposes through a simple and free procedure, both at the time of data collection and in each of the commercial communications sent to them via the email address email@example.com.
The servers of the website may automatically detect the IP address and domain name used by the user.
An IP address is automatically assigned to a computer when it connects to the Internet. All this information is recorded in a server activity file that allows the subsequent processing of the data in order to obtain purely statistical measurements that allow us to know the number of page views, the number of visits made to web services, the order of visits, the access point, etc.
Cookies are small pieces of information that the server sends to the computer of the person accessing the website in order to record the user’s activities during their browsing session and perform certain functions that are considered essential for the proper functioning and display of the website.
The cookies used on the website are, in any case, temporary in nature and are intended solely to make their subsequent transmission more effective, disappearing at the end of the user’s session. In no case will cookies be used to collect personal information.
The user has the option to configure their browser to be notified of the receipt of cookies and to prevent their installation on their device. For this, please consult the instructions and manuals of your browser for further information.
By using cookies, it is possible for the server where the website is located to recognize the web browser used by the user in order to make navigation easier, allowing, for example, access to areas or services reserved exclusively for them without having to register on each visit. They are also used to measure audience and traffic parameters, monitor progress, and track the number of entries.
The PROVIDER disclaims any responsibility arising from the information published on its website, provided that this information has been manipulated or entered by a third party.
In accordance with Articles 11 and 16 of Law 34/2002, of July 11, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, the PROVIDER makes available to users, competent authorities, and law enforcement agencies the ability to remove or block content that violates the law, the rights of third parties, or morals and public order.
The website has been reviewed and tested to function correctly. In principle, correct operation can be guaranteed 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. However, the PROVIDER does not rule out the possibility of certain programming errors or the occurrence of force majeure, natural disasters, strikes, or similar circumstances that may make access to the website impossible.
In the event of an interruption in the operation of the website, the PROVIDER commits to restoring it to proper functioning as soon as possible.
For the resolution of all disputes or issues related to this website or the activities carried out on it, Spanish law shall apply, to which the parties expressly submit, with the courts and tribunals of Malaga (Spain) having jurisdiction to resolve all conflicts related to its use.
If any clause included in these general conditions is declared wholly or partially null or ineffective, such nullity or ineffectiveness shall only affect that provision or the part thereof that is null or ineffective, with these general conditions remaining in effect in all other respects and such provision being considered wholly or partially excluded.