This section contains information about how the use of the website is governed by these terms & conditions.
In this section, you will find information about what cookies are and how we use them.
In this section, we explain the information we collect about you, our security measures and your rights.
1. Ownership of the website
1.1. This notice and legal information (hereinafter, the ‘Legal Notice’) governs the use of the website www.mariafatjopares.com (hereinafter, the ‘Website’) that Maria Fatjó Parés (hereinafter, the ‘Owner’) makes available to Internet users.
1.2. The owner of the Website is Maria Fatjó Parés, with address for notification purposes at PO BOX 14085, 08080 Barcelona and Spanish Identification Number 46141646N.
1.3. For any effective communication with the owner of the website, please direct your request to the following e-mail address: email@example.com.
2. Consent to the terms and conditions of use
2.1. The use of the website assigns the status of user (hereinafter, the ‘User’), and implies full acceptance of each and every condition included in this legal notice (the version published by the owner when the user gains access to the website). Consequently, the user must carefully read this legal notice whenever this website is used, as it is subject to modifications.
2.2. The owner reserves the right to amend the terms and conditions of use of the website, so it is the user’s obligation to review these terms and conditions regularly.
2.3. These general terms and conditions do not exclude the possibility that certain services of the website, owing to their particular characteristics, could also be subject to particular conditions of use, which can in all cases be consulted by the user before their activation.
3.1. The purpose of the website www.mariafatjopares.com is to inform its users about the services provided by the owner, the artistic works and contents developed, the art exhibitions and any other activities in which she participates.
3.2. Depending on the development and evolution of her products and services, the owner may expand or modify her website, including or substituting new services, activities or contents.
4. Conditions of access to and use of the website. Responsibilities of the user.
4.1. Status, characteristics and concept of a user
4.1.1. The term ‘user’ is understood to mean any natural person of legal age who gains access to the website www.mariafatjopares.com for any reason.
4.1.2. To gain access to the website for the sole purpose of consulting, searching for or displaying information, prior, express and accepted registration by the user is not required, nor is the communication of his/her data. However, the use of certain services, such as subscribing to the newsletter, if any, may be subject to prior registration. In these cases, the user will make a formal registration or notify his/her data by filling in the form for that purpose in the website. To do this, it will be necessary and essential for the user to freely, expressly and voluntarily authorise the processing of his/her personal details.
4.2. Diligent use of the website
4.2.1. The user recognizes and agrees that the use of the contents and/or services provided by the website will be with his/her sole risk and responsibility.
4.2.2. The user agrees to use this website and the services offered by the owner in accordance with the current legal notice, to make appropriate use of the services and/or contents of the website, and not to use them for unlawful or illegal purposes, purposes that harm the rights of third parties, and/or that may breach the regulations governing intellectual or property rights, or any other rules or applicable legislation.
4.2.3. The user shall neither introduce nor disseminate viruses or harmful systems that might cause damage to the computer systems of the owner and the users, and also undertakes not to introduce hyperlinks allowing access to the website without express consent from its owner, when such consent is necessary.
4.2.4. The user agrees and undertakes not to perform any action damaging the reputation of the owner or of third parties.
5. Exemption from liability
5.1. Proper functioning and continuous availability
The terms herein shall not apply to customers contracting the services of the website’s owner. Such a relationship shall be governed by the general and special conditions agreed between the owner and the customer.
The owner shall not be liable to the user for any malfunction of the website, nor for any interruption, delays, slowness, loss or disconnections in communications or the transmission of messages. The owner does not guarantee nor does she assume responsibility for a continuous, constant and uninterrupted functioning and availability of the website.
5.2. Liability to users for damage
Notwithstanding the efforts of the owner to implement the highest standards of technical quality, the owner shall not be directly or indirectly liable to the user for any damage of any kind caused to the user as a result of the presence of viruses or other elements in the contents or services of the Website that may cause alterations in the user’s computer system. Nor shall she be liable for any harm caused to the user by failures or errors in access, connections, transmissions, interruption of the service without just cause, intrusions, computer viruses, mass mailings of advertising by third parties, or when the above are due to situations outside the control of the portal, such as defects in the user’s computer, deficiency in its connection, internal viruses in the user’s computer, slow communications and problems of the user with telephone providers, or in the event of force majeure.
5.3. Exemption from responsibility for links with third parties
The owner shall not be held responsible, directly or indirectly, for any harm of any kind caused to the user because of his/her connection to other pages and websites published on the website as links, since the owner is unable to control or supervise the content of such external websites. The user assumes full responsibilities for the harm suffered as a result of the connection to and display of such portals.
5.4. Responsibility for third parties
5.4.1. The owner shall not be held responsible for the acts of any third party unconnected with the system, who, by breaking the security measures, may perform acts against the users such as the sending of computer viruses, mass advertising or ‘spam’, commercial e-mails, interruption of the service and gaining access to messages.
5.4.2. The owner shall take the appropriate technical, organisational and legal measures to ensure the security of communications which may be required by law. Without limiting the foregoing, the owner cannot assure nor guarantee and hence, shall not be accountable for, any liability associated with any infringement of the security or communications system made in bad faith by a third party.
5.4.3. Neither shall the owner be liable for any damage arising from cases of force majeure, unforeseen circumstances or other circumstances not attributable to the owner, nor for the inadequate functioning of the website or its services for reasons outside her control, including, but not limited to, the improper actions of Internet connection operators, an incorrect computer configuration of the user or insufficient capacity of the user’s computer system to support the content and extent of the information displayed on the portal.
6. Industrial and intellectual property rights
6.1. Maria Fatjó Parés owns the intellectual and industrial property rights over the domain name, trademarks and logos, the works and any content published on the website, or has obtained the necessary licences or authorisations to exercise them.
6.2. This document shall not be construed as assigning any industrial or intellectual property rights over the website or over any of the parts thereof, and the user is therefore expressly prohibited from carrying out any reproduction, transformation, distribution, public communication, making available, extraction, reusing, resending or in any way using, by any means or procedure, any of the parts, except when it is lawful to do so or when authorisation has been provided by the owner of the relevant rights.
The user must observe at all times the intellectual and industrial property rights over works and the content of the website. Unauthorised use of the works and/or the contents of the website may involve the violation of the legislation on intellectual and industrial property and of other applicable laws.
6.3. The contents of this website, including its designs, works, text, pictures and source code (collectively referred to as the ‘Content’) are protected by intellectual and industrial property rights.
6.4. The content may not, in any way, be used, reproduced, copied or transmitted in any form without the prior written and explicit permission of the owner.
6.5. Maria Fatjó Parés is a brand in the process of registration.
7. Data protection and confidentiality
8. Governing law and jurisdiction
8.1. The agreement, its interpretation and the resolution of conflicts between the parties shall be governed by Spanish law.
8.2. The parties accept the jurisdiction of the Courts of the City of Barcelona, expressly waiving any other jurisdiction.
The owner of the website www.mariafatjopares.com (hereinafter, the “Website”) is entitled to use a technology called cookies to gather information about its use.
Cookies are small data storage and retrieval devices which are installed in your computer for the purposes explained herein. None of our cookies will be used to process personal data or data which jeopardise your privacy.
1. Knowledge and consent
By using this website, you agree to host such cookies in your computer or device for the purposes explained herein.
If you decide not to accept our cookies, you may continue to use the website in the usual way, but the quality of your experience as a user may be slightly reduced.
2. Types of cookies and Purpose
The owner of the website shows below the types of cookies used in this website, their purpose and, if applicable, the cookies of third parties (service providers).
Analysis cookies: these are the ones that are used to measure users’ browsing, to monitor and analyse users’ behaviour and draw up anonymous browser profiles, and to introduce improvements based on an analysis of the usage data.
The tools which we use to gather information about browsing, and to measure and analyse our audience, are:
- Google Analytics: www.google.com/analytics
3. Removing cookies
Occasionally, your browser can generate an instant message that will give you the opportunity to refuse the installation of cookies. If your browser does not provide this option automatically, you can prevent the installation of cookies by following the instructions in your browser.
You can set your browser options to allow, know, block or remove cookies installed in your computer.
You can find information about how to proceed in the following links:
- Firefox from https://support.mozilla.org/es/kb/Borrar%20cookies
- Chrome from http://support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=es&answer=95647
- Explorer from http://windows.microsoft.com/es-es/windows7/how-to-manage-cookies-in-internet-explorer-9
- Safari from http://support.apple.com/kb/ph5042
4. Changes in the Policy on cookies
The owner of the Website can change their policy on cookies at any time, so please refer to it regularly, as changes may occur.
If you use another browser, you can get more information about how to configure the installation of cookies through its help section. If you need help to carry out the configuration of cookies in your browser, please send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will contact you as soon as possible with the necessary information.
6. List of web cookies
Date of publication: October 27th, 2014
In compliance with the data protection legislation, Law 15/99 of December 13, governing the protection of data, and the implementing Regulations approved by Royal Decree 1720/2007 of December 17, Maria Fatjó Parés, the owner of the website www.mariafatjopares.com (hereinafter, the “Website”) sets out below the policy on privacy that lays down the manner of processing personal data from the website.
Maria Fatjó Parés may change this policy on privacy at any time and without notice, so you are advised to consult it regularly.
1. Ownership of the File, reporting obligations and purpose of the file
Maria Fatjó Parés, with address for notifications purposes: PO BOX 14085, 08080 Barcelona, is the owner of the website. E-mail email@example.com
All personal data collected through the website or any other system will comprise part of a file of personal data duly registered by the owner / holder in the Registry of the Spanish Data Protection Agency for the purpose of managing the personal data of users, solving queries and managing the relationship with users, and also for sending, by any means, including electronic means, newsletters and business communications concerning news and developments related to the owner of the website that may be interesting for the user.
2. Rights of access, rectification, cancellation or opposition (ARCO Rights)
At any time, the owner of the data may exercise the rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition granted by the existing legislation on the matter, by writing to the above address or to e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, clearly indicating the right which he/she wishes to exercise and attaching a copy of his/her identification card or similar documentation.
3. Security measures
The owner of the website has taken the security measures which are legally required to protect the personal data, and makes their best efforts to install any additional technical measure at their disposal to prevent the loss, misuse, alteration, unauthorised access to, or theft of, the personal data that are processed. Despite this, users should be aware that Internet security measures are not impregnable.
The owner of the website may install data storage and retrieval mechanisms, also known as cookies, in their computer in order to obtain information about the visitors to the website; in no event will such data be processed as personal data. Your browser will sometimes generate an instant message offering visitors the opportunity to oppose the installation of such mechanisms. (See the section Cookies Policy)