This WebSite is owned by:
ASOCIACION CENTRO DE INVESTIGACION COOPERATIVA EN BIOCIENCIAS (CIC bioGUNE)
Tax code: G 95229142
Address: Parque Tecnológico de Bizkaia, Edificio 801 A - 48160 DERIO
Tel: +34 94 4061300
Fax: +34 94 4061301
By using and/or accessing to this WebSite you become a user of the WebSite and you are subject to this terms and conditions. User shall make a right use of the WebSite, not acting against the law, specially, not causing any damage o modification over the contain of the WebSite, nor disturbing the correct use of the WebSite, nor causing technical problems, nor tranfering elements that may carry out a virus, etc. The access as well as the use of the WebSite is under user's responsibility.
The information and contents on http://www.cicbiogune.es (hereinafter called the WebSite) are protected by Spanish legislation on intellectual and industrial property, with rights held by ASOCIACIÓN CENTRO DE INVESTIGACIÓN COOPERATIVA EN BIOCIENCIAS (hereinafter called CIC bioGUNE) unless the contrary is expressly set forth. The design, images, maps, graphics, distinctives signes, frames, banners, software and different source codes, etc of this WebSite are property of CIC bioGUNE.
The user accessing this website acknowledges that CIC bioGUNE does not transfer nor assign any right over its property, not being able to copy, modify, distribute, reproduce, publish, assign, sell etc the elements of this WebSite. This WebSite may not be reproduced or published in full or in part, the data herein may not be processed, distributed or disseminated and no rights legally recognised as held by its owner may be exercised without the prior written consent of said owner.
Users are authorised to use the material appearing on this WebSite solely for their personal, private use. All use for commercial purposes or in connection with unlawful activities is prohibited. All intellectual property rights in regard hereto are expressly reserved by CIC bioGUNE.
CIC bioGUNE will enforce the foregoing conditions and monitor the proper use of the contents presented on the pages of its WebSite, and will bring all available civil and criminal proceedings in case of any infringement or non compliance with said rights on the part of users.
Protection of Personal Data
CIC bioGUNE hereby informs users of its policy for the treatment of personal data:
CIC bioGUNE has adopted technical and organisational measures and the standards of security required by law as per Basic Personal Data Protection Act 15/1999 of 13th December [known by its Spanish initials "LOPD"] and by the regulations for the implementation of same.
The purpose of the collection and automatic processing of personal data through the forms on the WebSite is to maintain any relationship established with CIC bioGUNE and to allow information and marketing (the latter always identified as such) and other activities characteristic of the business.
Users may at any time exercise their right of access, correction, cancellation and objection as recognised in the LOPD here.
The information obtained is completely anonymous and cannot be associated with specific, identified users.
A cookie is a file that is downloaded to your computer when you access certain web pages. Cookies enable a website, among other things, store and retrieve information about a user or your computer browsing habits and, depending on the information that is provided and the way you use your computer, can be used to recognize the user.
Cookies are essential for the functioning of the internet, providing countless advantages in providing interactive services, providing navigation and usability of our website. The information provided below will help you understand the different types of cookies:
ACCORDING TO THE ORGANIZATION THAN THEY MANAGE
- Own cookies.They are those that are collected by the own editor to provide the service requested by the user.
- Third party cookies. They are those that are gathered and managed by a third party, these cannot be considered own.
ACCORDING TO THE TIME FRAME THAT REMAIN ACTIVATED
- Session cookies. Collect data while the user browsing the network with the purpose of providing the requested service.
- Persistent cookies.Are stored in the terminal and the information obtained will be used by the head of the cookie with the purpose of providing the requested service.
ACCORDING TO THEIR PURPOSE
- Technical cookies.They are necessary for correct navigation on the web.
- Personalization cookies.They allow the user features (language) for navigation through the website.
- Website cookies. They allow the provider the analysis linked to navigation by the user, in order to keep track of use of the website, as well as statistics of the contents more visited, number of visitors, etc.
- Advertising cookies. Allow the editor include the Web, advertising, depending on the content of the web itself.
- Behavioral advertising cookies. They allow the editor include website advertising space according to the information obtained through the userâ€™s browsing habits.
Pursuant to article 22.2 of the law 34/2002, of 11 July, of services of the information society and electronic commerce (LSSI-CE), CIC bioGUNE informs the cookies used on our website are all the previously explained.
Some cookies might be essential for the website to work properly, hence be aware that in case you reject cookies the website or some elements of the website might not work properly.
Likewise, CIC bioGUNE informs the user that has the possibility to configure the browser to be notified of the receipt of cookies, and may, if it so wishes, prevent that they are installed on the hard drive (how to disable cookies). Additionally, in case you wish to disable or delete cookies already enabled, you can do it following the instructions given in the following link: how to remove cookies
The application that we use to get and analyze the navigation information is: Google Analytics, an analytic service provided by Google Inc., which is governed by the General Privacy Terms and Conditions of Google accessible here
CIC bioGUNE may make changes in the information on the WebSite and in the configuration and presentation of the site without prior notice.
CIC bioGUNE hereby undertakes not to engage in misleading advertising.
For these purposes, "misleading advertising" shall not include any formal or numerical errors in the contents of the various sections of the WebSite of CIC bioGUNE that might arise as a result of incomplete or faulty maintenance and / or updating of the information contained therein. In accordance with this section, CIC bioGUNE undertakes to correct any such errors as soon as possible after learning of their existence.
CIC bioGUNE undertakes NOT TO SEND MARKETING MESSAGES WITHOUT IDENTIFYING THEM AS SUCH, as per the Information Society and Electronic Mail Services Act (Act 34/2002).
For these purposes, "marketing messages" shall not include information sent to customers of CIC bioGUNE that is intended to maintain the contractual relationship between such customers and CIC bioGUNE and to carry out the task of providing information.
CIC bioGUNE assumes no liability for any failure to abide by applicable regulations incurred by users in accessing the WebSite and / or in the use of information contained in same.
CIC bioGUNE assumes no liability for damages of any kind that may result from the use of information and material contained in this WebSite and of the programs incorporated into same. The links and hypertext that enable users to access services offered by third parties via this WebSite are not owned by or under the control of CIC bioGUNE, which therefore may not be held liable for the information contained therein or for any consequences of the use of that information.
CIC bioGUNE assumes no liability for the unlawful use by third parties of any brand name, product name or trade mark now owned by CIC bioGUNE that appears on the WebSite. Similarly, CIC bioGUNE may not be held liable for the soundness, veracity and lawfulness of the contents of other WebSites that may be accessed via links on its WebSite.
CIC bioGUNE accepts no liability for any computer viruses that may originate from remote transmissions infiltrated by third parties (e.g. macros in word processor files, Applets in Java and Active X programs) generated with the intention of upsetting computer systems.
In short, users hold sole liability for the use that they make of the services, contents, links and hypertext included in this WebSite.