Purpose and acceptance
This legal notice regulates the use of the website https://www.asunpaniagua.com, hereinafter referred to as the website, owned by Asun Paniagua Herrero, hereinafter referred to as the PROVIDER.
The PROVIDER of the website makes this document available to users in order to comply with the obligations laid down in article 10 of Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, as well as to inform all users of the conditions of use of the website.
Browsing the PROVIDER’s website attributes the condition of user of the same and implies full and unreserved acceptance of each and every one of the provisions included in this Legal Notice, which may undergo modifications.
This website has been created by the PROVIDER for information purposes and for the personal use of users. The purpose of this legal notice is to regulate access to and use of this website, as well as the relationship between the website and its users.
By accessing this website you accept the following terms and conditions:
- a) Access to this website is the sole responsibility of the users.
- b) Simple access to this website does not imply any type of commercial relationship between the PROVIDER and the user.
- d) The PROVIDER may offer services which may be subject to specific conditions which, depending on the case, replace, complete and/or modify the present conditions, and about which the user will be informed in each specific case.
- e) The user undertakes to make correct use of the website in accordance with the laws, good faith, public order, the uses of traffic and the present Legal Notice. The user shall be liable to the PROVIDER or to third parties for any damages that may be caused as a result of a breach of this obligation.
Provider: Asun Paniagua Herrero
Address: Avenida de Roma, 33, 5-2. 08029 Barcelona (Spain)
Phone: (+34) 630 081 498
Address: (+34) 630 081 498
The website provides the user with information about a personal website specialised in communication and marketing.
The information provided on the website should be understood as a guide and in no way replaces personalised advice.
Access to the website
Access to the website is free of charge, except for the cost of connection through the telecommunications network supplied by the access provider contracted by the user, and implies unreserved acceptance of these general conditions of use, which the user declares to have fully understood.
In general, access to the informative contents of the website does not require prior registration by the user.
However, some of the services offered on the website require the prior registration of the user by filling in the corresponding electronic registration forms established for this purpose on the website and the acceptance of the terms and conditions of use established by the PROVIDER for this purpose.
Passwords or similar
In the event that any service of the website includes access codes or user names, the User shall choose and indicate their own access codes (user name, log, password, password, or similar), and may not choose for them words, expressions or graphic-denominative sets that are offensive, insulting, coincide with brands, commercial names, business signs, company names, advertising expressions, names and pseudonyms of public figures or celebrities whose use is not authorised and, in general, contrary to the law or to the requirements of morality and generally accepted good customs.
The assignment of the user name (log) occurs automatically after the User’s choice. In the event that the requested passwords are reserved, the User must enter new passwords.
The User undertakes to make diligent use of the access codes, not to make them available to third parties, and to inform the PROVIDER of the loss or theft of the access codes and possible access to them by a third party.
In relation to browsing the website by minors, the user is warned that the PROVIDER cannot control, apart from other circumstances, that minors under 14 years of age make use of the website and its services. Therefore, the PROVIDER does not assume any responsibility in this regard, and it is communicated that parents and guardians will be solely responsible for controlling and assisting minors in browsing this website and enabling any other necessary mechanisms that, where appropriate, prevent minors from accessing the website and/or its services, and the PROVIDER does not accept any claim in this regard.
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En el supuesto que algunos de nuestros servicios vayan dirigidos específicamente a menores de edad, el PRESTADOR solicitará la conformidad de los padres o tutores para la recogida de los datos personales o, en su caso, para el tratamiento automatizado de los datos.
Rules for use of the website
The user undertakes to use the website and all its content and services in accordance with the law, morality, public order and these general conditions.
The PROVIDER may interrupt access to its website at any time if it detects a use contrary to the law, good faith or these general conditions.
Likewise, the user expressly agrees and undertakes to make appropriate use of the contents and services of the website and not to use them for:
- a) Disseminate content that is criminal, violent, pornographic, racist, xenophobic, offensive, in defence of terrorism or, in general, contrary to the law or public order.
- b) Carry out activities that are illicit or constitute a crime, infringe the rights of third parties and/or infringe intellectual and industrial property regulations, or any other applicable legal regulations.
- c) Introduce into the network computer viruses or carry out actions likely to alter, spoil, interrupt or generate errors or damage to electronic documents, data or physical and logical systems of the PROVIDER or third parties; as well as hinder the access of other users to the website and its services through the massive consumption of computer resources through which the PROVIDER provides its services.
- d) Attempting to access the e-mail accounts of other users or restricted areas of the website and, where appropriate, extracting information.
- e) Impersonating another user, public administrations or a third party.
- f) Reproduce, copy, distribute, make available or in any other way publicly communicate, transform or modify the contents, unless they have the authorisation of the holder of the corresponding rights or this is legally permitted.
- g) Collect data for advertising purposes and to send advertising of any kind and communications for sales purposes or others of a commercial nature without prior request or consent.
Exclusion of Liability
Access by the user 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 element. It is the responsibility of the user, in any case, to ensure the availability of adequate tools for the detection and disinfection of harmful computer programmes.
The PROVIDER shall not be liable for any 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 shall not be liable for damages of any kind caused to the user as a result of failures or disconnections in the telecommunications networks that lead to the suspension, cancellation or interruption of the website service during or prior to the provision of the same.
The PROVIDER reserves the right to make any modifications it deems appropriate to its website without prior notice, being able to change, delete or add both the contents and services provided through the website 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, the designs, logos, text and/or graphics are the property of the PROVIDER or, if applicable, it has a licence or express authorisation from the authors.
All the contents of the website are duly protected by intellectual and industrial property regulations, as well as being registered in the corresponding public registers.
The total or partial reproduction, use, exploitation, distribution and commercialisation requires in any case the prior written authorisation of the PROVIDER.
Any use not previously authorised by the PROVIDER shall be considered a serious breach of the intellectual or industrial property rights of the author.
The designs, logos, text and/or graphics not belonging to the PROVIDER and which may appear on the website belong to their respective owners, who are themselves responsible for any possible controversy that may arise in relation to them.
The PROVIDER recognises in favour of its owners the corresponding industrial and intellectual property rights, and their mere mention or appearance on the website does not imply the existence of any rights or responsibility of the PROVIDER over them, nor any endorsement, sponsorship or recommendation by the PROVIDER.
The establishment of a hyperlink does not imply in any case the existence of a relationship between the PROVIDER and the owner of the website in which it is established, nor the acceptance and approval by the PROVIDER of its contents or services. Those persons who intend to establish a hyperlink must request prior written authorisation from the PROVIDER. In any case, the hyperlink will only allow access to the home page of the websites, and must also refrain from making false, inaccurate or incorrect statements or indications about the PROVIDER, or include 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 nor for the actions carried out on the basis of the same.
The PROVIDER assumes no responsibility whatsoever for the information contained in third party web pages that can be accessed through links from any web page owned by the PROVIDER. The presence of links on the PROVIDER’s website is for information purposes only and in no case implies a suggestion, invitation or recommendation about them.
Sending Commercial Communications
In compliance with the provisions of the Second Final Provision of Law 9/2014, of 9 May, on Telecommunications, which amends Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, commercial communications made by electronic means must be clearly identifiable as such, and the natural or legal person on behalf of whom they are made must also be clearly identifiable, without prejudice to the provisions of the regulations issued by the Autonomous Communities with exclusive powers over consumer affairs.
The provisions of the previous paragraph shall not apply when there is a previous contractual relationship, provided that the PROVIDER has lawfully obtained the recipient’s contact details and uses them to send commercial communications concerning products or services of its own company that are similar to those that were initially contracted with the customer.
When communications have been sent by e-mail, such means must necessarily consist of the inclusion of an e-mail address or other valid electronic address where this right may be exercised, and the sending of communications that do not include such an address is prohibited.
The recipient may revoke at any time the consent given to receive commercial communications by simply notifying the sender.
In any case, the PROVIDER offers the recipient the possibility of objecting to the processing of his/her data for promotional purposes by means of a simple and free procedure, both at the time of data collection and in each of the commercial communications sent to him/her via the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org
The website servers may automatically detect the IP address and domain name used by the user.
An IP address is a number 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 only statistical measurements that allow us to know the number of page impressions, the number of visits made to the web services, the order of visits, the access point, etc.
Cookies are small information files that the server sends to the computer of the person accessing the website in order to record the user’s activities during their browsing time and to be able to carry out certain functions that are considered essential for the correct functioning and visualisation of the website.
The cookies used on the website are, in any case, of a temporary nature for the sole purpose of making subsequent transmission more efficient and disappear when the user’s session ends. Under no circumstances will cookies be used to collect personal information.
The user has the possibility of configuring their browser to be notified of the reception of cookies and to prevent their installation on their computer. Please consult the instructions and manuals of your browser for further information.
The PROVIDER disclaims any liability for the information published on its website, provided that this information has been manipulated or introduced by an external third party.
In accordance with articles 11 and 16 of Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, the PROVIDER makes available to users, competent authorities and security forces and bodies to remove or block content that violates the law, the rights of third parties or morality and public order.
The website has been checked and tested to ensure that it functions correctly. In principle, it can be guaranteed to function correctly 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. However, the PROVIDER does not rule out the possibility of the existence of certain programming errors, or the occurrence of force majeure, natural disasters, strikes, or similar circumstances that make it impossible to access the website.
In the event of any interruption to the functioning of the website, the PROVIDER undertakes to return it to a good working order as soon as possible.
For the resolution of all disputes or questions related to this website or the activities carried out on it, Spanish legislation shall apply, to which the parties expressly submit themselves, and the Courts and Tribunals of Valladolid (Spain) shall be competent for the resolution of all disputes related to its use.
If any clause included in these general conditions is declared totally or partially null and void or ineffective, such nullity or ineffectiveness shall only affect such provision or the part thereof that is null and void or ineffective, and these general conditions shall remain in force in all other respects, and such provision shall be considered totally or partially as not included.