Pursuant to Law 40/2015, 1 October, of Legal Regime of the Public Sector, we hereby inform you that the owner of the official website at www.cccb.org and its subdomains is identified as:
Name: Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB)
VAT CODE: P-5800017E
Address: Carrer Montalegre, núm. 5 08001 Barcelona
Telephone: 34 93 306 41 00
Fax: 34 93 306 41 01
Email address: email@example.com
In accordance with the aforementioned law, the establishment of an official website implies the responsibility of its owner with regard to the integrity, veracity and updating of the information and the services that are accessible through it.
Furthermore, the law establishes that the owner of any official website that contains a link or association to another website, responsibility for which corresponds to a third party, will not be responsible for the integrity, veracity nor updating of the latter, and will establish the necessary mechanisms so that visitors to the website are aware whether the information or service they are accessing corresponds to the official website itself, or to an access point that is not of this nature, or to third-party websites.
Access to and use of this official website (https://www.cccb.org) and all the subdomains and directories included under it, as well as to services and contents that can be obtained through it, are subject to the provisions of this Legal Notice, notwithstanding that some of these services or contents may require the acceptance of additional general conditions.
The CCCB offers free and gratis consultation of the information and contents of this Website. Access is the exclusive responsibility of the user and any use made of this website or the services or contents it includes will imply the unconditional acceptance of the legal terms and conditions described in this text.
The CCCB reserves the authority, at all times and without the need for prior notice, to make any changes to or update the information contained in its Website or in its configuration, presentation and contents, as well as to the offering of services and the terms and conditions of usage.
The user hereby acknowledges and accepts that it is the user’s responsibility to remain informed regarding the website and its Legal Notice.
The user hereby undertakes to make appropriate use of the website and its contents and services in accordance with the law and with this Legal Notice, good practices and public order. Furthermore, the user hereby undertakes not to use the Website or its services for illicit purposes or purposes contrary to this Legal Notice, against the rights or interests of third parties, or that may damage the Website, disable it or deteriorate so that other users are prevented from normal enjoyment of it.
The user hereby undertakes not to introduce programmes or viruses of any kind likely to cause alterations in the CCCB’s computer systems or those of third parties. The user also undertakes not to destroy, alter, render useless or tamper with the data, programmes or electronic and other documents that are found on the Website.
The user hereby undertakes not to obtain any information, messages, photographs, sound and/or image files, recordings, software and, in general, any kind of material accessible via the Website or the services offered that have not been expressly authorised by the CCCB.
The CCCB reserves the right to refuse or withdraw access to its official website and the services it offers without the need for prior warning, at its own request or that of a third party, to any users that contravene the general conditions of use or the specific conditions established therein.
The CCCB also reserves the right to remove any comments and/or contributions that violate respect for a person’s dignity, when these are discriminatory, xenophobic, racist, pornographic, contravene public order and security, or that, in its judgement, are not suitable for publication. In any event, the CCCB will not be held responsible for any opinions expressed by users through the blogs or any other tools for participation that may be developed.
The CCCB will pursue any non-compliance with these conditions, as well as any undue use of its Website, and exercise any legal actions that may be available to it.
The CCCB makes every effort possible to avoid any errors in relation to the contents of this website. In any event, the CCCB will be held exempt of any liability arising from errors in contents that may appear that are not attributable to it.
The CCCB adopts all those measures and mechanisms necessary to guarantee the security of communications and transcriptions that take place through the Website, according to the current state of the relevant technology and in accordance with the type of transactions and services that are made available to user.
The CCCB will not be held liable for any damage that may be caused to the computer system of users due to any cause outside or not attributable to this Website, including, without limitations, harm caused due to interferences, omissions, interruptions, computer viruses, telephone malfunctions or disconnections of the electronic system’s operating functions. Furthermore, the CCCB will not be responsible for any interruption, error or failure that occurs in the system due to incorrect functioning of the network or of the services connected to it.
The design of this website, its source codes as well as the CCCB trademark, and others included in the website, belong to the CCCB and are protected by the corresponding intellectual and industrial property rights.
All contents of the website, including texts, images, audio and any other material, are the property of the CCCB or of third parties that have authorised their use by the CCCB, and are protected by the corresponding intellectual and industrial property rights. Public communication of any material and contents via the Website does not under any circumstances imply any transfer, renunciation or transmission, whether total or partial, of the corresponding intellectual or industrial property rights.
The CCCB authorises the total or partial reproduction of its contents solely for personal use by users and under no circumstances may such contents be subsequently transferred or transmitted to third parties or installed in a server connected directly or indirectly to the Internet or a local network in such a way that third parties may access the aforementioned information which is the property of the CCCB through media that other than this Website.
The use, reproduction, distribution, public communication, alteration or any other similar activity of any content from the Website (videos, images, documents or audios) is totally prohibited, unless otherwise specifically indicated in said content.
Notwithstanding the above, use will be permitted of texts published on the Website that are not by an author under a Creative Commons CC-BY-SA licence, which implies the following:
Attribution (BY): The contents can be copied, distributed, exhibited and performed and derived works can be made providing that the users recognise and cites the work in the form specified by the CCCB.
Share Alike (SA): The beneficiary of the licence has the right to distribute derived works under a licence identical to the licence regulating the original work.
Any contravention of intellectual or industrial property rights by users will be subject to a demand of any corresponding legal liability for any use, outside of those uses permitted, that represents the violation of such rights.
Visiting this website implies no obligation on the part of the users to provide any personal information.
The CCCB undertakes to respect user privacy and for this reason no personal data are collected without consent. Details provided by the interested party will be used solely and exclusively for the purposes envisaged in the procedure or performance involved.
Under no circumstances will the aforementioned data be the subject of any transfer to third parties, unless with the unequivocal consent of the affected party, or in those cases provided for in Articles 6.2 and 11.2 of Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, on the Protection of Personal Data.
In accordance with Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, on the Protection of Personal Data, and its Implementing Regulations, the provider of such data may at any time exercise their rights to access, rectification, erasure and objection in the manner determined by the regulations.
For the exercising of these rights, the user can send an email message to firstname.lastname@example.org or a letter by post to Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, Carrer Montalegre, núm. 5, Barcelona 08001.
In compliance with the provisions of the Implementation Regulations of Law 11/2007, of 22 June, on Electronic Access to Public Services for Members of the Public, the CCCB’s official website includes a link to the Spanish Data Protection Agency. The Website also includes a link to the Catalan Data Protection Authority.
Cookies are small amounts of information that are stored in the browser used by each Internet user so that the server can remember certain information that can subsequently only be read by the server that installed them. Cookies are only associated with an anonymous user and the user’s computer and do not provide any references that allow the user’s personal details to be deduced.
Users may configure their browsers to notify and reject the installation of cookies sent by the CCCB; this will not affect the user being able to continue accessing the contents.
The legal information provided through this Website does not substitute the legal publications of the respective laws, general regulations and acts which must be formally published in the BOE and/or other official gazettes.
The law to be applied in the event of any dispute related to interpretation of the terms that configure this Legal Notice, as well as any question related with the services of this Website, will be the applicable Spanish and/or Catalan law(s).
For any dispute that may arise from visits to the website or from the uses that it offers, the CCCB and the user hereby agree to submit to the jurisdiction of the courts and tribunals of the city of Barcelona, with express waiver of any right to any other jurisdiction or venue to which they may have recourse.
Accessibility is understood as ensuring universal access to the whole website for all persons, regardless of their language, culture, geographical location or abilities, avoiding any discrimination arising through the specific difficulties of any visitor. To meet these objectives, the CCCB is constantly working towards making its Website more accessible, faster and more useful for all people without distinction.