In this section the User can find all information related to the legal terms and conditions defining the relationship between Users and IAMZ-CIHEAM. Please read these terms and conditions carefully before you continue to use this website.
This website is the responsibility of IAMZ-CIHEAM. We undertake to process our user and customer data with full guarantees and in compliance with the provisions of the national and European requirements regulating the collection and treatment of users’ data.
Therefore this website is in strict compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR), and the Spanish Law 34/2002, of 11 July on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce (LSSICE or LSSI).
These General Conditions regulate the use (including access) of the web pages belonging to the IAMZ-CIHEAM website, including the contents and services available on these pages. By accessing the iamz.ciheam.org website the User accepts the General Conditions in force at iamz.ciheam.org.
The User has read and agrees that accessing this website does not involve a commercial relationship with IAMZ-CIHEAM. The User undertakes to use the website, its services and contents respecting the principles of good faith and public order without contravening the legislation in force.
The User must not misuse the website for illegal or harmful purposes or in any other way that may damage or prevent the normal operation of the website. Regarding the content of this website the User is not permitted to:
Reproduce, distribute or modify – whether totally or partially –any contents of this website, without authorisation of the legitimate authors;
Infringe the rights of the provider or the legitimate authors;
When using the iamz.ciheam.org website, the User undertakes not to damage in any way the image, interest and rights of IAMZ-CIHEAM or third parties or jeopardise, disable or overload the iamz.ciheam.org portal or affect the correct operation of the website in any way.
However, the User should be aware that the security measures of the Internet information systems are not completely flawless and therefore IAMZ-CIHEAM cannot guarantee the total absence of viruses or any other elements that may alter the User’s information systems (software and hardware) or the electronic documents and files contained therein.
The personal data that the User provides IAMZ-CIHEAM may or may not be stored in automated databases. The ownership of these databases corresponds exclusively to IAMZ-CIHEAM, who assumes all the technical, organisational and security measures to guarantee confidentiality, integrity and quality of the information contained therein in accordance with the law of data protection in force.
The User may submit a complaint by requesting a complaints form or in writing by email to firstname.lastname@example.org stating the User’s name and surname(s), service and/or product requested as well as the reasons for complaint.
The User may also send a complaint in writing to the following postal address: email@example.com to Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Zaragoza IAMZ-CIHEAM, Av.Montañana 1005, 50059, Zaragoza, Spain
You may also submit complaints to the dispute resolution platform facilitated by the European Commission at the following link: http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/
In accordance with articles 8 and 32.1, paragraph two, of the Intellectual Property Law, reproduction, distribution and public communication are expressly prohibited. This includes sharing all or part of the contents of this web page for commercial purposes, using any support and any technical channel without authorisation from IAMZ. The user undertakes to respect the Intellectual and Industrial property rights held by IAMZ.
The user has read and accepts that the whole website containing text, software, contents (including structure, selection, layout and presentation) podcasts, photographs, audio visual material and graphs, is protected by trademarks, authors’ rights and other legitimate rights, in accordance with the international treaties signed by Spain as well as other Spanish intellectual property rights and laws of Spain.
If a user or third party considers that their legitimate intellectual property rights have been infringed by the publication of certain content on the website, they should notify IAMZ.
The holder of the rights that may have been infringed must provide personal data. A third party acting on behalf of the holder should state in what capacity they are acting in representation thereof.
The User or third party should indicate the contents protected by intellectual property rights and where they are located on the website. They should also provide accreditation of said intellectual property rights and state that the holder is liable for the accuracy of the information provided in the notification.
The iamz.ciheam.org web pages provide links to their own webpages and to other websites, belonging to third parties such as:
This legal notice was updated on 07-05-2018.