Legal Note

This legal notice complies with the provisions of the 34/02 Act on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce (LSSICE):

1. Website ownership

1.1 The website is owned by IIAMA – UPV

1.2 Using this Website confers you the status of User and involves your full an unconditional acceptance of all and every terms and conditions of this Legal Notice as published by IIAMA – UPV when the User access the Website.

1.3 IIAMA – UPV reserves the right to amend this legal notice. The User must review the terms and conditions updated by XXX. from time to time

2. Purpose of the Website

The purpose of this Website is to provide you with information about the activities carried out by eGROUNDWATER, as well as the publication of events and news from related third parties.

3. Use of the Website

3.1 Access to this Website is aimed to users over 18 years.

3.2 In order to use the Services, minors must obtain prior permission from their parents, guardians or legal representatives, who will be responsible for all acts done by the minors under their charge.

3.3 Access to the private area of the Website is solely intended for eGROUNDWATER staff and for those persons previously authorized and provided with a user name and a password to access it.

3.4 Those Users authorized to access the private area are solely responsible to keep and safeguard their password.

3.5 Obligation to make a proper use of the Website.

3.5.1 Users undertake to use this Website in compliance with the Law, this Legal Notice and any other notice, regulation for use or directions made aware to them, as well as according to ethics and good practices generally accepted and the public order.

3.5.2 For this purpose, the Users will abstain from using any of our Services for unlawful intents or purposes, or in any way contrary to the terms of this Legal Notice, or detrimental to the rights and interests of third parties, or harmful for their personal or professional image, or in any way that may damage, disable, overload, impair or disrupt the normal use of the Services, the computer hardware or any type of documents, files or contents stored on any computer hardware (hacking) owned by IIAMA – UPV other Users or any other user of the Internet (hardware and software).

3.5.3 Particularly, for guidance purposes and not exhaustively, Users undertake not to transmit, disseminate or make available to third parties any information, data, contents, messages, graphs, drawings, sound and/or image files, photographs, recordings, software and, generally, any materials that:

(a) are in any way contrary, or disregard, or infringe fundamental rights and public freedoms recognized in the Constitution, the International treaties and all the other laws;

(b) induce, incite or promote criminal, degrading, defamatory, slanderous or violent actions or, generally, actions contrary to the laws, ethics, good practices generally accepted or the public order;

(c) induce, incite or promote actions, attitudes or thoughts discriminating on the grounds of gender, race, religion, beliefs, age or condition;

(d) include, make available or allow access to products, elements, messages and/or services of a criminal, violent, offensive, harmful or degrading nature or, generally, contrary to the laws, ethics, good practices generally accepted or the public order;

(e) lead or may lead to an unreasonable state of anxiety or fear;

(f) induce or may induce to become involved in practices that may endanger, put at risk or harm one’s health or mental stability;

(g) are false, ambiguous, inaccurate, exaggerated or extemporaneous, so that they are or may be misleading concerning their purpose or the communicator’s intents or purposes;

(h) are protected by any intellectual or industrial property rights of third parties, when Users have not obtained the necessary prior authorization from its owners for the use they make or intend to make;

(i) violate business secrets of third parties;

(i) are contrary to the right to honor and to personal and family privacy and self-image ;

(k) damage the reputation of xxx or third parties in any way;

(l) infringe the legislation on the secrecy of communications;

(m) constitute unlawful, misleading or unfair advertising and, generally, constitute unfair competition;

(n) contain viruses or other physical or electronic elements that may damage or prevent the normal operation of the network and the hardware or software belonging to xxxx or third parties, or may damage the electronic documents and files stored in such hardware.

(o) cause alterations in the normal operation of the Service due to its features (such as format, extension, etc.).

3.6 XXX declines any responsibility on external links that may be inserted in the Website, as they are beyond xxxx control. Users will access the contents of such sites at their own responsibility and subject to the conditions of use that govern such sites.

3.7 IIAMA – UPV declines any responsibility on the contents uploaded onto this Website by third parties without IIAMA – UPV consent or knowledge, and on any contents whose illegality is not known to IIAMA – UPV as it has not been previously notified to IIAMA – UPV by any means proving reception of the same.

4. Personal data protection

4.1 Personal data furnished by Users will be stored on a file owned by IIAMA – UPV in order to manage the relationship of Users with the Website and solve The Users’ doubts and queries.

4.2 Users will also receive information concerning our activities, such us latest updates, promotions or discounts that may be of their interest.

4.3 IIAMA – UPV declares that all information provided will be processed as confidential and IIAMA – UPV will effectively implement all security measures to ensure that Users’ personal data are kept safe.

4.4 At any time, Users can exercise their rights of access, rectification, opposition and erasure by sending a letter or an e-mail to xxxxx to the address indicated above, stating which right they want to exercise and enclosing a copy of their National Id Document or any similar Id. document.

4.5 Cookies

4.5.1 In order to streamline the services offered, IIAMA – UPV will use cookies to offer you a better and more customized service. These cookies are placed on your computer or device each time you start your browsing session at any of IIAMA – UPV’s websites. If you do not want a cookie to be installed in your computer or device, you can either change the cookie settings of your browser by following the directions provided by your browser or delete them directly from your computer or device.

4.5.2 If cookies are disabled or deleted, the speed and quality of the operation of eGROUNDWATER’s services may be diminished.

IIAMA – UPV will store your browsing habits to adapt our services to your preferences as much as possible. Users expressly consent IIAMA – UPV using cookies, not being necessary to request your consent each time you access our website

5. Intellectual and industrial property

5.1 IIAMA – UPV is the owner of the intellectual and industrial property rights associated with the domain name, trademarks and distinctive signs, the application, information, software and all the other works and inventions contained or related to this Website and the technology associated with it, or has obtained the authorizations or licences to exploit them.

5.2 The contents of this Website, including designs, applications, text, images and source code (the “Contents”) are protected by intellectual and industrial property rights, except for the contents belonging to third parties that may be show on the Website.

5.3 The contents of this Website cannot be used, reproduced, copied, transformed or transmitted in any way without IIAMA – UPV’s prior express consent in writing.

6. Applicable law and jurisdiction

6.1 The Spanish Law Will apply to all provisions of this notice and its interpretation, as well as to the resolution of any dispute that may arise between the User and IIAMA – UPV.

6.2 Both the User and IIAMA – UPV hereby submit to the Jurisdiction of the Courts and Tribunals of the City of Valencia, expressly waiving their right of recourse to any other jurisdiction.