1. Object and acceptance
This legal notice regulates the use of the website: www.dathum.io
The www.dathum.io website provides services the primary purpose of which is to enable contact between users and the organization, either to get in touch with us or to respond to their request.
Browsing the www.dathum.io website confers the condition of user of the website and implies full and unreserved acceptance of each and every one of the provisions included in this Legal Notice, which may be subject to amendments.
The user undertakes the obligation to make proper use of the website in accordance with the laws, good faith, public order, browsing uses and this Legal Notice. The user shall be liable to HUMAN DATA INSTITUTE, S.L. and third parties for any damages that maybe caused as a result of a breach of this obligation.
2. Ownership of the website and identification of the Information Society Service Provider
In order to comply with the principle of general information required under Article 10 of Law 34/2002, of July 11, on information society and electronic commerce services, we here by inform our users that this website belongs toHUMAN DATA INSTITUTE, S.L., with Tax Identification Number B02764652, registered in the Commercial Registry of Madrid on Sheet M-728882, Folio 187 of Volume 41102. Address:
Calle Almenas 13, 28048 - Madrid (madrid)E-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone No.:
Web hosted by:
3. General conditions of access and use
The website and its services are freely accessible and free of charge, although the use of certain areas or services is conditional upon the completion of data collection forms. Only persons over theage of 18 may provide data through our website, and minors under the age of 14 may not provide data without the consent of a parent or guardian.
The user guarantees the authenticity and timeliness of all data provided to HUMAN DATA INSTITUTE, S.L. and shall be solely liable for any false or inaccurate statements made.
www.dathum.io has the following types of users:
● Users who provide data in any of the available forms: The personal data that HUMAN DATA INSTITUTE, S.L. requests includes the name ande-mail address and the information provided by the user himself/herself when filling out the forms.
● Users who have not contacted HUMAN DATA INSTITUTE, S.L. but from whom data is collected: Data provided by cookies.
3.1 Rules and prohibitions of use for users of our services
The user expressly undertakes to make appropriate use of the content and services offered and to refrain from using them to:
● Disseminate content that is criminal, violent, pornographic, racist, xenophobic, offensive, incites terrorism or, in general, contrary tolaw or public order
● Introduce into the network computer viruses or perform actionslikely to alter, corrupt, interrupt or generate errors or damage to electronic documents, data or physical and logical systems of HUMAN DATA INSTITUTE, S.L.or third parties, as well as hinder the access of other users to the website and its services.
● Attempt to access restricted areas of the computer systems of HUMAN DATA INSTITUTE, S.L. or third parties and, where appropriate, extract information.
● Infringe the intellectual or industrial property rights, as well as breach the confidentiality of the information of HUMAN DATA INSTITUTE, S.L. orthird parties.
● Impersonate the identity of another user, public administrations ora third party.
● Reproduce, copy, distribute, make available or in any other way publicly disclose, transform or modify the Contents, unless authorized by the holder of the corresponding rights or when such action is allowed pursuant to the Law
● Collect data for advertising purposes and to send advertising of any kind and communications for sales or other commercial purposes without prior request or consent.3.2.Procedure in the event of unlawful activities
5. Cookies policy
HUMAN DATA INSTITUTE, S.L. installs cookies on the user’s computer. To learn more about the cookies on our website go to the following link: “Cookies policy”
All notifications and communications between users and HUMAN DATA INSTITUTE, S.L. shall be considered effective, for all intents and purposes, when made by postal mail, e-mail or telephone. Users should contact HUMAN DATA INSTITUTE, S.L. by:
● Postal mail to the following address: HUMAN DATA INSTITUTE,S.L. – Calle Almenas, 13, 28048 - Madrid (Madrid)
● E-mail to the following address: email@example.com
7. Industrial and Intellectual Property
All the content of the website, such as texts, photographs, graphics, images, icons, technology, software, as well as its graphic design and source codes, constitute a work owned by HUMAN DATA INSTITUTE, S.L., and none of the exploitation rights over the said content may be understood to be transferred to the user beyond what is strictly necessary for the correct use of the website.
In short, users accessing this website may view the content and make, where appropriate, authorized private copies, provided that the elements reproduced are not subsequently transferred to third parties, nor are they installed on servers connected to networks, nor are they subject to any type of exploitation, and only and exclusively while the service is in force.
Likewise, all trademarks, trade names or distinctive signs of any kind that appear on the website are the property of HUMAN DATA INSTITUTE, S.L., without it being understood that theuse or access thereto gives the user any right over them.
The distribution, modification, transfer or public communication of the contents and any other act that has not been expressly authorized by HUMAN DATA INSTITUTE, S.L. is prohibited. In the event of a breach, HUMAN DATA INSTITUTE, S.L. shall proceed to take the appropriate legal measures.
8. Disclaimer and amendment of this legal notice
The web www.dathum.io uses information security techniques, such as firewalls, access control procedures and cryptographic mechanisms, all with the aim of preventing unauthorized access to data andensuring the confidentiality of such data.
The information disseminated onthis website is solely and exclusively for information purposes, and HUMAN DATAINSTITUTE, S.L. reserves the right to eliminate or suspend its dissemination, in whole or in part, and to modify the structure and content of this website without prior notice, and may even limit or deny access to such information. HUMAN DATA INSTITUTE, S.L. tries to maintain the quality and updating of this information and to avoid and minimize potential errors, but HUMAN DATA INSTITUTE, S.L. shall not be liable for damages or losses caused by decisions made based on the information disseminated; nor for inaccuracies,omissions or errors contained there in, nor for problems arising from the use of this website or other external connection; nor for damages and/or losses in the user’s software or hardware arising from access to this website.
Users expressly agree that HUMAN DATA INSTITUTE, S.L. shall not be liable for unauthorized access to or alteration of their transmissions or data, for any material or data sent or received or not sent or received, or for any transaction conducted through its website.
HUMAN DATA INSTITUTE,S.L. reserves the right to amend this legal notice unilaterally and without notice in the terms and conditions it deems appropriate with the sole obligation to inform the user of the amendments made through www.dathum.io.9. Partial invalidity
If any of these clauses is declared null and void by a final decision issued by a competent authority, the remaining terms and conditions shall remain in force, without being affected by such declaration of nullity.10. Applicable law and competent courts
This website is subject to the provisions of Spanish legislation and applicable European regulations.
Any dispute arising out of or relating to the use of the website or to such products shall be submitted to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the Spanish courts and tribunals of the province of Madrid.
If you are an end consumer, nothing in this clause shall affect your rights as a consumer under the prevailing legislation, and you may choose to file a claim to enforce your rights in relation to these conditions before the Judge or Courts corresponding to your domicile.