Legal notice & Terms & conditions web
Identification of the owner of the website
In compliance with the provisions of Art. 10 of Law 34/2002, of July 11, 2002, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce (LSSI-CE), we hereby inform you that DOGOOD PEOPLE, S.L. (hereinafter DoGood) with registered office at Calle Diego de León, 57 28006 Madrid, Spain, registered in the Mercantile Register of Madrid volume 39649, folio 111, entry 1, provided with the NIF B88472378 and contact mail email@example.com is the owner of the Web (hereinafter “Web” or “site”) www.dogoodpeople.com.
By browsing our website, you agree that your use of the website is governed by the terms and conditions set out below.
DoGood reserves the right to modify the presentation, configuration, and contents of the Website, as well as to modify all or part of its Terms and Conditions, informing the user in this case.
If you have any questions or comments about the conditions of use of the Website, you can contact us through the contact form at https://dogoodpeople.com/contacto/.
Use of the site
These General Conditions regulate access to content and all services and products offered by DoGood through the Web, as well as their use by users. In this sense, User shall be understood as the person who accesses, browses, uses, or participates in the services and activities, free or onerous, developed on the Web.
The User undertakes to use the Website in accordance with the law and with these General Conditions. The User also undertakes to refrain from using the Website for purposes or effects that are unlawful or contrary to the provisions of the General Terms and Conditions. Any attempt to change the information or any other action that may damage or endanger the integrity of the site is strictly prohibited.
The use of the Website contrary to the law is not permitted, and in particular for the following uses (these are mentioned by way of example only and are not limited to):
- To distribute advertising or unsolicited e-mails (spam)
- To offend against public morals
- To mislead others
- to violate intellectual property rights or similar rights
- to upload content that contains viruses or other programs that may harm your computer
- to transmit, store or upload hyperlinks or content over which the user has no right, especially when such links or content are illegal and violate personal data protection laws
The User may publish comments on the Website’s Blog or other URLs with a similar purpose, and in this regard, is informed that his or her comments, together with the identification data he or she provides, may be published on the Blog. The User undertakes not to publish any comment that could contravene the aspects indicated in the previous section and will be exclusively responsible for the comments he/she publishes, as well as for his/her interactions with the rest of the users. DoGood reserves the right to refuse to publish, or remove, any comment or content that could violate the provisions of the General Conditions.
If the User sends information of any kind to DoGood through the forms on the Website, the User declares, warrants, and agrees that he/she has the right to do so freely, that such information does not infringe any intellectual property right, trademark, patent, trade secret, or any other third party right, that such information is not confidential and that such information is not harmful to third parties. The User acknowledges that he/she assumes responsibility and shall hold DoGood harmless for any communication he/she provides personally or on his/her behalf, such responsibility extending without restriction to the accuracy, legality, originality, and ownership of the same.
Industrial and intellectual property rights.
The Website is governed by Spanish law and by national and international legislation on intellectual and industrial property.
The User has a strictly private right of use, exclusively for the purpose of enjoying the services provided in accordance with these General Conditions. In no case shall it be understood that the User’s access and browsing of the Website or the use, acquisition and/or contracting of products or services offered, implies a waiver, transfer, license or total or partial transfer of such rights by DoGood, or the granting of any right over the trademarks, logos and/or distinctive signs included therein protected by law.
References to names and trademarks or registered trademarks, logos, or other distinctive signs, whether owned by DoGood or third parties, imply a prohibition on their use without the consent of DoGood or their rightful owners.
All Intellectual and Industrial Property rights on the content and/or services are reserved and, in particular, it is forbidden to modify, copy, reproduce, publicly communicate, transform or distribute in any way all or part of the content and/or service included on the Web, for public or commercial purposes, without the prior, express written permission of DoGood or, where appropriate, the owner of the corresponding rights.
Links to third party websites
DoGood website may contain links to third party websites. DoGood is not responsible for the content of the linked websites. The risks arising from the use of these sites are at the user’s own risk.
If Users become aware of illegal activities on these third-party websites, they must immediately notify DoGood in order to disable the link to these websites.
The establishment of any kind of link from the Web to another website does not imply that there is any relationship, collaboration or dependence between DoGood and the responsible for the external website.
Links from third party websites
DoGood does not authorize the establishment of a link to the Web from those Web pages that contain materials, information or illegal, illegal, degrading, obscene, and in general, that contravene morality, public order or generally accepted social norms.
If any User, entity, or external website wishes to establish any kind of link to the Website, they must contact DoGood in advance to inform them of their actions. DoGood assumes no liability whatsoever for any aspect relating to the external website that establishes a link to the www.dogoodpeople.com website and other websites of the DoGood group.
Under no circumstances, unless expressly authorised in writing by DoGood, may the linked website reproduce, in any way, the www.dogoodpeople.com. website, include it as part of its website or within one of its frames or create a browser over any of the pages of the linked website. The page that establishes the link may not state in any way that DoGood has authorised such a link, unless DoGood has done so expressly and in writing.
If the entity that makes the link from your page to the Web correctly wishes to include on its website the brand, name, trade name, label, logo, slogan or any other identifying element of DoGood and / or the Web, you must have prior express written permission.
DoGood is the owner of this website and, unless otherwise indicated, of all content included in it. DoGood cannot guarantee the reliability, usefulness or accuracy of the services or information provided through the Website, nor the usefulness or accuracy of the documentation that can be acquired through the Website. Consequently, DoGood does not guarantee and is not responsible for:
- The continuity of the contents of the Website;
- The absence of errors in said contents or products;
- The absence of viruses and/or other harmful components on the website or on the server that supplies it;
- The invulnerability of the Website and/or the impregnability of the security measures adopted therein;
- The lack of usefulness or performance of the contents and products of the Website;
- The damage or harm caused, to themselves or to a third party, by any person who infringes the conditions, rules and instructions that DoGood establishes on the Web or through the violation of the security systems of the Web.
DoGood declares that it has taken all necessary measures, within its capabilities and the state of technology, to ensure the operation of the Web and to prevent the existence and transmission of viruses and other harmful components to users. However, the content does not constitute any contractual relationship, so DoGood shall not be liable for any loss or damage suffered by any user in relation to the information contained on this website.
If the User becomes aware of the existence of any content that is illicit, illegal, contrary to the law or that could involve an infringement of intellectual and/or industrial property rights, he/she must notify DoGood immediately so that it can proceed to the adoption of appropriate measures.
Regardless of the provisions of the particular conditions, DoGood may terminate, suspend or interrupt, at any time without notice, access to the contents of the page, without the possibility for the User to claim any compensation.
For conflicts of interpretation and execution arising from the use of the Website, current Spanish legislation and the Courts and Tribunals of Spain shall be applicable, provided that the regulations in force for this purpose foresee the possibility that the parties may submit to a specific jurisdiction.
The headings of the different clauses are for information purposes only, and shall not affect, qualify or extend the interpretation of the General Conditions.
In the event of any discrepancy between the provisions of these General Conditions and the Specific Conditions of each specific service, the provisions of the latter shall prevail.
In the event that any provision or provisions of these General Terms and Conditions shall be held to be invalid or unenforceable, in whole or in part, by any Court, Tribunal or competent administrative body, such invalidity or unenforceability shall not affect the other provisions of the General Terms and Conditions.
The failure of DoGood to exercise or enforce any right or provision contained in these Terms and Conditions shall not constitute a waiver thereof, unless acknowledged and agreed to in writing by DoGood.