Duty to inform
In accordance with the duty to inform provided in article 10 of Law 34/2002 of 11 July of Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce, and article 4, section Four of Law 56/2007, of 28 December, of Measures to Encourage the Information Society, we inform you of the following: GRAPHENEA S.A. with VAT: A26004978 is entered in the Companies Registry of Guipúzcoa, Volume 2472 General, Book 0, Folio 19, Page No. SS-32450, Section 6º.
Exemption from liability and infringements
GRAPHENEA S.A. does not guarantee the quality, accuracy, reliability, correctness, integrity or morality of the data, programs, information or opinions, of whatever origin, that circulate on its network or on the networks to which users of its website may gain access via them. The user states and guarantees that they will hold GRAPHENEA S.A. exempt from all liability for these matters. In consequence of this, the user assumes under their exclusive liability the consequences, harm and loss or actions that may arise from access to such content and also from its reproduction or dissemination.
GRAPHENEA S.A. shall not be held liable for websites that are not its own to which access may be gained by means of links or for any other content made available by third parties. Any use of a link or access to a third-party website is made exclusively by the will and at the risk of the user.
GRAPHENEA S.A. does not recommend or guarantee any information obtained by or through a link, or the information obtained through it, including other links or websites, the interruption of the service or access or attempted use or misuse of a link, either by accessing the website or accessing the information of other websites from the website.
If it is observed by any user that any of the rules set out here, or currently applicable legislation, are being infringed by another user or by an outside service provider please report this as soon as possible to GRAPHENEA S.A. at the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Intellectual property rights
All marks, trade names, distinctive signs, services contained and information of all kinds that appear on the website are the property of GRAPHENEA S.A. and must not be reproduced, distributed or publicly communicated without the express permission of the owner.
Amendments to the General Conditions
The content of this legal notice may be amended, for which reason its acceptance by the user shall refer to the Legal Notice published at the time that the user accesses the website. Every time that a user accesses this website they must consult the currently applicable Legal Notice.
The user shall accept all the expenditure, costs and compensation that may arise from legal action taken against them for failure to comply with guaranties and obligations attributable to them as set out in this legal notice.
The user shall be liable for any possible claim arising from their failure to comply with anything stated in this document, and undertakes to compensate GRAPHENEA S.A. for any breach of the guaranties.
In accordance with Organic Law 15/1999 of 13 December, concerning Protection of Personal Data, we inform you that the personal data that you supply to us through the portal www.graphenea.com will be handled confidentially and will form part of a file owned by GRAPHENEA S.A. Your personal data will be used solely for the provision of the services offered through the portal, as well as for sending newsletters and information that have been subscribed to and for sending future commercial communications that may be of interest to you.
We also inform you that you may exercise your tights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition as provided in Organic Law 15/1999 of 13 December, concerning Protection of Personal Data, by sending a letter with a copy of your National Identity Document to the following address: GRAPHENEA S.A. | Avenida de Tolosa, 76 - C.P.: 20018 | San Sebastian (Spain)
What are cookies?
Cookies are small files that some platforms such as websites can install in your computer, smartphone, tablet or connected television so as to have access to them. A cookie is stored in these devices to customise the user’s browsing and to make browsing as easy as possible. Cookies are associated with a single user and his or her device, and do not provide references that make it possible to deduce personal data about the user. The user can configure his or her browser to give warning of, or to refuse, the installation of cookies sent by the website.
Cookies make it possible for websites to work as quickly as possible and according to the user’s preferences. For example, by storing the user’s language. They also help people who run websites to improve the services that they offer by means of the statistical information that is gathered through them. Finally, they are used to improve he efficiency of the online advertising that is shown, which makes it possible to offer some services free of charge.
Analysis: these are cookies, handled by ourselves or by third parties, that allow us to quantify the number of users and to measure and analyse the statistics of the use made by users of the service. This is done by analysing how they browse our website with the aim of enhancing the user’s experience.
Technical: these are cookies that allow the user to browse through the website and make use of the different options and services that it contains.
You can find more information about cookies in the website of the Advertising Bureau www.allaboutcookies.org
How can I disable or remove cookies?
If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, in the menu option Tools > Internet Options > Privacy > Advanced.
If you use Firefox, in the menu option Tools > Options > Privacy > Cookies.
If you use Chrome, click the tools button, then set-up, and finally advanced settings, proxy settings, Privacy “use custom settings for history”
If you use Safari as your browser, click the button for access to the general settings menu, then preference, and select the Privacy option.