Legal notice

1. Information for users

1.1 This website and all its contents, including the texts, images, sounds, databases, codes and any other material, are the property of the CCCB or of third parties who have authorized the use thereof. All of this material is protected by the provisions of legislation with regard to intellectual property. Its holders reserve the right to take appropriate legal action to repair the damages caused by any act that violates the intellectual property rights pertaining to these contents.

1.2 The CCCB reserves the right to unilaterally modify, at any time and without prior notice, the presentation, configuration and contents of the website, and the services offered and conditions of use. The use of this website involves full and unreserved acceptance of the terms and conditions contained in this legal notice.

1.3 The CCCB complies strictly with prevailing regulations on the protection of personal data and will adopt the legally required measures to protect users’ personal data, respecting their privacy and confidentiality. The user’s communications via the website that contain personal data will be effected using a “safe surround” communication system, created with the aim of guaranteeing, as far as possible, the confidentiality of information and user privacy.

1.4 The CCCB adopts the necessary measures and mechanisms to guarantee the security of communications and transactions that take place via the website, in accordance with the state of the technology and the type of transactions and services made available to users. Users are informed that this website uses third-party cookies. For more information, please refer to our Cookies Policy.

1.5 Users of the website give their express, unequivocal consent and, therefore, authorize the CCCB to incorporate the data they provide by this means to its automated filing system, and to process and use it for the purpose of website maintenance, in accordance with Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, on the protection of personal data (LOPD). Users may at any time exercise their right to access, rectify, contest and/or cancel the personal data provided in accordance with prevailing legislation, by writing to info@cccb.org.

 

2. User obligations/prohibitions

2.1 It is strictly prohibited to distribute, copy, modify or transmit either the content or the code of the pages, except with the express written authorization of the CCCB. The information provided on this page, including free information, may not be sold or ceded, under any circumstances, by users.

2.2 The CCCB is a registered trademark, as is its website, www.cccb.org. No use or reproduction may be made of it without the prior written authorization of the CCCB.

 

3. Disclaimer

3.1 The administrative information provided on this website is not intended to contravene any of the requirements laid down in applicable laws, general provisions and acts which must be formally published in official journals. Only legislation published in editions of official journals is considered authentic.

3.2 The CCCB does not guarantee that the website and the server are free of viruses, nor does it accept responsibility for possible damages that may occur as a result of interference, omission, interruption, computer viruses, telephone line failure or disconnection of the operation of this electronic system, caused by reasons beyond the control of the CCCB, of delays or blockages in the use of this electronic system caused by deficiencies in or overloading of telephone lines or overload in the Internet system or other electronic systems, or by damages that may be caused by third parties as a result of illegal intrusion beyond its control.

3.3 The CCCB does not accept responsibility for the use by third parties of the information contained on the website, and users should abide by the limitations and warnings relating to certain documents and applications. Nor does it accept responsibility for the information obtained via links or provided by sources other than this Administration.

3.4 The CCCB does not guarantee the availability and continuity of the functioning of the website and its services. Whenever reasonably possible, prior notice will be given of interruptions to the functioning of the website and services.

3.5 Possible conflicts relative to this website will be determined exclusively by the laws of Spain and of the Autonomous Community of Catalonia, and the courts of Barcelona will be the sole competent authority. Users of the website, independently of the territorial jurisdiction from which they access it, comply with and respect this clause, expressly waiving any jurisdiction of their own.