In compliance with article 10 of Law 34/2002, of the 11th July, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce (LSSICE, Ley de Servicios de la Sociedad de la Información y el Comercio Electrónico) below are the identifying details of the owner of the website www.electricflamenco.com (from this point forwards, the “Portal” or “Website”)
FLAMENCO ELECTRICO S.L. (from this point forward, “FLAMENCO ELECTRICO” or the “Owner”)
CIF: (in constitution)
Phone.: +34 625 210 021
This website has been designed to introduce general users to the activities and services offered by FLAMENCO ELECTRICO, as well as for receiving potential clients of the music course here described.
Mere access to the website, the use of the contents it offers, as well as fulfilment of forms, and in general, any act of a similar nature to those previously listed shall imply, on the part of those who browse the website, the acquisition of the status of a user (from this point forward, the “User” or “Users”) and the acceptance, without reserve, of each and every one of the norms integrated into the present Legal Notice. As a consequence, all Users must carefully read and understand the content of the present Legal Notice.
The conditions of access and use of this Website are governed by law and the principles of good faith, obliging the user to only make proper use of the Website. No behaviours that break the law, or conflict with the rights or interests of others, are allowed. Access to the Website by users is freely available and free of charge, except for the costs of connection via the telecommunications network provided by the service provider contracted by the user.
3) Industrial and Intellectual Property
The intellectual property rights of this web site belong to FLAMENCO ELECTRICO. The company shall be exclusively entitled to the right to exploit the contents of the website and, in particular, to the reproduction, distribution, public communication and modification, in line with the applicable Spanish legislation.
Any reproduction, distribution, marketing or modification and subsequent resale of the contents of the website that has not been expressly authorized by its owners constitutes an infringement of the intellectual and industrial property rights protected by Article 270 of the Spanish Penal Code and corresponding civil law, and will result in legal actions.
Taking into account all of the above, the User agrees to use the contents diligently, correctly and lawfully, in accordance with current legislation and in particular, he or she undertake to refrain from:
1. Using contents for purposes, or with results, that would conflict with established laws, morality, generally accepted principles of good conduct or public order and the instructions received from FLAMENCO ELECTRICO.
2. Using contents in a way which harms the legitimate rights of third parties.
3. Using contents and, in particular, information of any kind obtained via the Portal or from the services to send advertising, communication for direct sales purposes or for any other commercial purpose, unsolicited messages directed at a group of persons, regardless of its intention, and also refraining from marketing or disclosing the mentioned information in any manner or form.
4) Commercial communication
So that we can offer you the best possible service, you consent to receive commercial communications (these may be delivered via post, telephone, in person and/or via electronic data transmission) related to the provision of services on the part of FLAMENCO ELECTRICO, unless you signal your opposition to this by communicating it to the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition, we may ask you to provide personal information, via any form on our Website. The information requested may include, but shall not be limited to: your name, email address, phone number and the text of your inquiry, among other details. The form will indicate which information is mandatory and which information is optional. You will be responsible for providing accurate information to ensure the authenticity of the data entered via any form.
Your personal information will enable us to provide the best possible response to your requirements and needs. In addition, it will allow us to maintain contact with you, if it should be necessary, in relation with the use of the Website.
5) Data protection
Any data of a personal nature that may be captured and processed via this website shall be used to allow the provision of services provided in the web itself, to handle requests from Users and to manage commercial relations with yourself and will be subject to the mandatory reporting obligations as defined by article 5 of Organic Law 15/1999 of the 13th December regarding the Protection of Personal Data. In this respect, personal data provided by users, either via email or via the use of the various existing web forms on this online site, will be treated in accordance with the terms described in the informative clauses that appear next to the same ones, as set out in Article 5 of Law 15/1999, of the 13th December, regarding the Protection of Personal data.
The personal data of Users will be treated following the necessary security measures in accordance with the provisions of Article 9 of Law 15/1999 of December 13 regarding Protection of Personal Data and Title VIII of Royal Decree 1720/2007 of 21 December, approving the Regulation implementing Law 15/1999 of December 13 regarding Protection of Personal data. Furthermore, the confidentiality of data is guaranteed and it will not be communicated to third parties, except where necessary to manage the services provided through this website. Any User may at any time exercise their rights of access, rectification, cancelation and opposition with regard to their personal data, by sending an e-mail to the address email@example.com attaching a copy of his/her Spanish ID card or Passport and/or any similar national identity document.
A link is included below to the website of the Spanish Data Protection Agency www.agpd.es ((article 6.1g) of Royal Decree 1671/2009 of the 6th November, which partially modifies Law 11/2007 of the 22nd June regarding Electronic Access of Citizens to Public Services).
This website does not contain links to any content belonging to a third party. FLAMENCO ELECTRICO will not be held responsible for any security breaches that may occur, nor for any possible damage that they might cause to the User’s computer system (hardware and software), or to files or documents stored on the same, as a consequence of the presence of a virus on the computer used by the User to connect to services and contents on the website, or of a browser malfunction or the use of outdated versions of the same or any cause alien to FLAMENCO ELECTRICO. FLAMENCO ELECTRICO also reserves the right to update, modify or delete information contained on its website, and to change the configuration or presentation at any time, without assuming any responsibility for it.
FLAMENCO ELECTRICO makes every effort to avoid errors in the contents published on the Website. All contents offered through the Website are updated, having the Owner reserve the right to modify them at any time. FLAMENCO ELECTRICO will not be held responsible for any consequences that may arise from any content errors that may appear on the Website.
7) Changes and updates
We reserve the right to modify the present Legal Notice at any time. These changes will be applicable once published on our website and it is the responsibility of the User to read this Legal Notice whenever using this website.
The continued use of our website implies your acceptance and submission to the general conditions in effect.
8) Applicable Law and Jurisdiction
These General Conditions shall be governed by Spanish law. In cases where legislation foresees the possibility of both parties submitting to a jurisdiction, FLAMENCO ELECTRICO and the User, expressly renouncing any other jurisdiction that may be applicable to them, and will submit any controversy and/or litigation for the attention of the Courts and Tribunals of Barcelona.
The information that follows will help you to understand the various types of cookies:
According to the entity managing them
First-party cookies: Those that are gathered by the same publisher to provide the service solicited by the user.
Third-party cookies: Those that are gathered and managed by a third party, these cannot be considered to belong to us.
According to the time when they are activated
Sessions cookies: These collect data while the user browses the network in order to provide the requested service.
Persistent cookies: These are stored in the terminal and the information obtained will be used by the owner of the cookie in order to provide the requested service.
According to purpose
Technical cookies: These are necessary for proper navigation around the site.
Customisation cookies: These allow the user to store characteristics (such as language) for web browsing.
Cookies analysis: These enable analysis of user browsing activity, in order to track use of the website and create statistics regarding the most popular content, numbers of visitors, etc.
Advertising cookies: These allow the editor to include advertising spaces on a site, depending on the content of his/her own website.
Behavioural advertising cookies: These allow the editor of the website to include advertising space based on information obtained through the user’s browsing habits.
In line with the stipulations of article 22.2 of Law 34/2002 of the 11th July regarding Information Society and Electronic Commerce Services. (LSSI-CE), Flamenco Eléctrico, S.A. advises that the cookies used on our website include:
PHPSESSID – The session cookie
__utma – Used to distinguish users and sessions.
__utmt – Used to limit the number of requests.
__utmb – Used to identify new sessions and visits.
__utmz – Stores the sources of traffic, or the campaign explaining how users have reached the site.
__utmv – Used to store personalised variables for each visitor.
If you wish to remove cookies that are already on your device, please consult the instructions and manual of your browser for further information:
If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, open the Tools menu, select Internet Options followed by Privacy.
If you use Firefox for Mac, open the Preference menu, select Privacy, access the Show Cookies section, and for Windows in the Tools menu, select Options, select Privacy and then “Use a custom configuration” for the history.
If you use Safari, open the Preferences menu and select Privacy.
If you use Google Chrome, open the Tools menu, select Options (or “Preferences” on a Mac), select Advanced and then the Configure Content option in the Privacy section, and lastly select Cookies in the Configure Content dialogue box.