Date of last update: 02/03/2022
Details of the party responsible
In compliance with Spain’s Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on information society services and electronic commerce, and other complementary legislation that may be applicable, you are informed that the owner of the website is the Fundació per a la Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (hereinafter, the UOC), with registered office at Avinguda del Tibidabo, no. 39-43 (08035), Barcelona, Spain, with tax identification code (CIF) G60667813 and registered in the Register of Foundations of the Government of Catalonia under no. 842.
In this notice, users can find all the information relating to the legal terms and conditions that define the relationship between users and the UOC, as the party responsible for this website.
As a user, it is important that you are aware of these terms before continuing to browse the site. The UOC also reserves the right to modify this text for the website. In any case, the latest version of these conditions will be published on this website. In any case, the latest version of these conditions will be published on this website. In order to keep you informed of future changes, the date the legal notice was last updated will be included.
General conditions of use
These general conditions (hereinafter, the conditions) regulate the use of the web pages (including simply accessing them) that are part of the website blog de la Red Española e Alfabetización para la Salud (hereinafter, the website), including the contents and services made available.
Any person accessing the website agrees to be bound by the conditions in force at any given time. In the event that this website offers certain services that may be subject to their own special conditions, such special conditions may replace, supplement or amend these conditions. Therefore, prior to using such services, the user should read any such conditions that may apply.
Personal data that are collected and how we collect them
Users’ commitments and obligations
The user undertakes to use the website, its services and content without contravening current legislation, good faith or public order.
Use of the website for illicit or harmful purposes, or purposes which could in any way cause damage or prevent the website’s normal operation, is forbidden.
Any violation of the rights of the provider or our rights as the rightful owner of the content of this website is prohibited.
When using the website, the user undertakes not to engage in any conduct that may be detrimental to the image, interests or rights of the UOC or third parties, or which may damage, disable or overload the portal, or prevent the normal use of the website in any way.
Use of the website is permitted for any user over 14 years of age and is subject to acceptance of these conditions by the user, or by the user’s legal guardian if the user is under 14 years of age. In the latter case, the guardians are responsible for the actions of users who are minors on the website.
Intellectual and industrial property rights under Creative Commons licence
The contents of this website are subject to a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0license. This means that you are free to share (copy and redistribute the material in any medium and format for any purpose, including commercial).
You must properly acknowledge the authorship, provide a link to the licence and indicate if you have made any changes. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses or sponsors your use.
If you mix, transform or create from the material, you cannot disseminate the modified material.
The licence does not authorize the use of other aspects, such as publicity, privacy or moral rights.
The user is aware and accepts that the entire website, which contains but is not limited to text, software, content (including its structure, selection, arrangement and presentation), photographs, audiovisual material and graphics, is subject to the Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0 license and other legitimate rights, in accordance with international treaties to which Spain is a party and other Spanish property rights and laws.
In the event that a user or third party considers that there has been a violation of their legitimate intellectual property rights due to the inclusion of certain content on the website, they must notify the UOC of this fact, indicating:
- Their personal details and, if they are not the holder of the rights that have allegedly been violated, but a third party, the capacity in which they are acting in submitting the complaint; and
- The contents protected by intellectual property rights and their location on the website, accreditation of the intellectual property rights indicated and an express declaration in which the interested party accepts responsibility for the veracity of the information provided in the notification.
The pages of the website may provide links to other websites and content that may belong to the UOC or may be owned by third parties. The UOC cannot offer any guarantee as to the content or information contained on websites owned by third, nor can it guarantee that they are accurate or up to date. Consequently, the UOC is exempt from any liability for damages of any kind that may arise from the use of non-UOC websites.
Exclusion of liability and guarantees
The UOC does not provide any guarantee and accepts no liability, under any circumstances, for damages of any kind that may arise due to:
- The lack of availability, maintenance and effective operation of the website or its services and content;
- The existence of malware or otherwise harmful software in the content;
- Illicit, negligent or fraudulent use, or use that is contrary to this Legal Notice; or
- The lack of legality, quality, reliability, usefulness or availability of the services provided by third parties and sites available to users on the website.
The UOC is not liable in any way for any damage that may result from the illegal or improper use of this website.
The user must also be aware that the security measures of computer systems on the internet are not completely impenetrable, and that the UOC therefore cannot guarantee the absence of malware or other items that could cause alterations in the user’s computer systems (software and hardware) or their electronic documents and files contained therein, despite the UOC adopting all the necessary means and appropriate security measures to prevent the presence of these harmful elements.
Applicable law and jurisdiction
The general conditions of use of the website blog del grup d’Alfabetització per a la Salut Digital are governed exclusively by Spanish law. In the event of any dispute or disagreement between the parties over the interpretation or content of these conditions, the user and the UOC shall accept the jurisdiction of the courts of Barcelona, expressly waiving any other jurisdiction to which they may be entitled.
If users have any questions about these conditions or any comments about the website, they should contact email@example.com.