- Identifying Data
In compliance with the disclosure of information contained in article 10 of Law 34/2002, dated July 11, on the Information Society and Electronic Commerce Services, the following information is stated: Cabra Santa – Ileana Ostropolsky (hereinafter referred to as the “Provider”) with Tax Identification Number NIF 39446616Y and domiciled for these purposes at Coronel González del Hierro, 37 Lajares, La Oliva (Fuerteventura) is the owner of the website www.cabrasanta.com (hereinafter referred to as “the portal or website”), and the contact email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
The use of present portal is absolutely voluntary and assumes the full acceptance by whom accesses it, hereinafter referred to as the “User”, of all the conditions in force at every moment while on the present address. The Provider reserves its right to withdraw access to the present web page, without previous notice, to any User that goes against these conditions. The User has the responsibility to carefully read the present conditions.
- Website usage
www.cabrasanta.com, provides access to a lot of information, services, programs or data (from here on, “the contents”) on the internet owned by the Provider. The User takes on the responsibilty of the use of the portal. Mentioned responsibility extends to the registration that may be necessary to access determined services or contents. In said registration, the User will be responsible for providing true and legal information. As a consequence to this registration, the User will be provided with a password which the User will thereby be responsible for commiting to a diligent and confidential use of it. The User commits to make a correct use of the contents and services for expository purposes but not restricted to, not using them to: (i) incur in illegal activities or contrary to use in good faith and public order; (ii) spread contents or racist, xenophobic, illegal pornography, jusification of terrorism or in violation of human rights propaganda; (iii) try to access and, in this case, to use other user email accounts to modify and manipulate its messages. The Provider reserves its right to withdraw all comments and contributions that infringe on one’s respect and dignity whether discriminatory, racist or that threaten youth or infancy, order or public safety or that the Provider deems unfit for publication.
- Data Protection
The Provider complies with guidelines of the Organic Law 15/1999 dated December 13th on the Protection of Personal Data, Royal Decree 1720/2007 dated December 21st by which the Regulation of the development of the Organic Law as well as other current regulations is approved and protects the guarantee of its correct use and treatment of the User’s personal data. In the framework of its activities, the current portal has the option of registering users to send communications via email and sending messages through the contact form. The requested personal data in this activity will be incorporated into a file whose purpose is the communication of news and contents related to the portal and the services offered by the Provider. The Provider expressly informs and guarantees the User that their personal data will not be relinquished in any case to third parties and that whenever there was to be any kind of relinquishment of personal data, it would require the express, informed, and unequivocal consent of the owners in advance. All requested data on the webpage is compulsory since it is necessary for the User’s optimal service. In the event that the data is not obtained, the Provider will not guarantee that the information and the services available are fully adapted to their needs. Users also expressly and freely and unequivocally accept, through the use of the website, that their personal data be used by the Provider to carry out statistical studies, as well as to send updates, news and publication of the website. The Provider in any case guarantees the User the exercise to the rights of access, rectification, cancellation, information and opposition, in the terms established by the current legislation. Therefore, the client may exercise their rights by sending an express request through the contact form or the following email: email@example.com
- Intellectual and Industrial Property
The contents of the website, including, but not limited to, images and texts of the articles, regardless of their format, belong to the Provider and are protected by international intellectual property laws and treaties. In this sense, it is absolutely forbidden to copy, reproduce, sell, transmit, distribute, republish, modify or display for commercial use without the Provider’s prior consent. The User commits to respect the Provider’s rights of Intellectual Property and Industrial ownership. The User may see the elements of the portal and even print, copy and store them on the User’s computer’s hard disk or any other physical media provided it is, solely and exclusively, for the User’s own personal and private use.
- Exclusion of guarantees and responsibility
The Provider will not be responsible, under no circumstance, for damages of any nature that could cause, by way of example: errors or omissions in the contents, unavailability of the portal or the transmission of viruses or malicious or harmful programs in the contents, despite having adopted all the necessary technological measures to avoid it. The contents of this website are available for informational and informative purposes. They do not constitute or substitute professional advice, therefore, the Provider disclaims any responsibility, direct or indirect, that could derive from the use or application of the information on this website outside its purposes.
The Provider reserves the right to make the modifications that it deems fit in its portal, without prior notice.
In no case will the Provider assume any responsibility for the contents of any link belonging to a third party website, nor guarantee the technical availability, quality, reliability, accuracy, space, truthfulness, validity and constitutionality of any material or information contained in this website
- Right of Exclusion
- Modifications of the present conditions and duration
The Provider may modify the conditions determined here at any time, being duly published as they appear here. The validity of mentioned conditions will depend on their exposure and will be in force until they are modified by others duly published.
- Governing Law and Jurisdiction
The relationship between the Provider and the User will be governed by current Spanish regulations and any controversy will be submitted to the Courts and Tribunals of the city of Barcelona.
Surfing the website implies the acceptance of the installation of the following types of cookies:
- Analysis cookies: are those that, treated by the Provider or by third parties, allow to quantify the number of visitors and statiscally analyze the use made by the users of the web portal.
- Personalized Cookies: These are cookies that, used by the Provider or by third parties, retain the User’s preferences so that the User does not have to reconfigure them each time the User visits our Website.
- Other third party cookies: the website may contain third party cookies aimed at offering a better service than these third parties offer. An example of this use are the links to social networks that allow to share the content of the website.
If the User wants to modify the cookie configuration of their browser, the User is able to do so through their browser options. The User may find information on how to modify the cookie policies of the different browsers in the following places:
- If using Microsoft Internet Explorer, then go to the menu option, go to View, choose Internet Options and then access Advanced Options.
- If using Netscape, on the menu option go to Edit, choose Preferences and access the Advanced category.
- If using Firefox for Mac, in the menu option go to Preferences, choose Privacy accessing the Show Cookies option and for Windows in the Tool Menu choosing Options, accessing Privacy and then Show Cookies.
- If using Safari, in the menu option, choose Privacy, accessing Safety and then Show Cookies.
- If using Google Chrome, in the menu option, go to Tools, choosing Options (Mac Preferences), accessing Advanced and then in the Content Configuration option in the Privacy section and finally going to Cookies in the Content Configuration dialogue.