GENERAL CONDITIONS OF ACCESS AND USE OF THE CADA.ES WEBSITE

The website www.cada.es is the property of CADA Sistemas Informáticos SL (hereinafter, CADA), with address for notification purposes at Bulevar Picos de Europa 25 Esc. 5 1ºN - San Sebastián de los Reyes (Madrid), CIF. B83606657, and email address informacion@cada.es, and through it, information about its activities and / or services is provided.

Access to and use of the website attributes the condition of "User" to the person who does so and implies full, express and unreserved acceptance of these general conditions, in force at the time of access. If the user does not fully understand these conditions of use or does not agree with them, they must refrain from using and operating through this website.

These general conditions govern solely and exclusively the use of the CADA website by users who access and / or browse www.cada.es. These general conditions are set out on each and every page of the cada.es website, so that users can read, print and archive them.

FIRST.- CONDITIONS OF ACCESS AND USE.

The use of the CADA website is free and does not require prior user registration. In those cases that the access and / or use of certain services and / or contents require the registration or subscription of the users, it will be necessary for them to previously accept the corresponding Privacy Policy and the specific General Conditions, and access to the themselves without such acceptance.

The conditions of access and use of this website are strictly governed by current legislation and by the principle of good faith, the user committing to make good use of the website. All acts that violate the rights or interests of third parties (right to privacy, data protection, intellectual property, etc.), or current legislation are prohibited.

CADA expressly prohibits:

  • Carry out actions that may produce on or through the website, by any means, any type of damage to CADA's systems or to third parties.
  • Carry out, without due authorization, any type of advertising or commercial information directly or covertly, sending mass emails ("spamming") or sending large messages in order to block network servers ("mail bombing").

The user undertakes not to use the website, nor the content or information and / or services offered therein to carry out activities contrary to the law and to respect these general conditions at all times.

CADA may interrupt access to its website at any time if it detects a use contrary to law, good faith or these general conditions.

SECOND.- CONTENTS.

The content included in this website has been prepared and included by CADA, using internal and external sources, in such a way that CADA is only responsible for the content produced internally.

CADA reserves the right to modify the existing content on its website at any time. CADA does not guarantee or take responsibility for the correct functioning of the links to third-party websites that appear in cada.es.

In addition, through the website cada.es, free and / or paid services offered by third parties can be made available to users, which will be governed by the particular conditions of said services. CADA does not guarantee in any case the veracity, accuracy or timeliness of the content and services offered by third parties and is expressly exonerated of any type of responsibility for damages that may arise from the lack of accuracy of these content and services.

Those contents -both graphic and written- elaborated and included by users, through collaborations or through the voluntary introduction thereof, either directly or indirectly -through links or links-, are the sole responsibility of the users themselves, CADA being expressly exempt from all responsibility.

The user who enters any content on the cada.es website declares the absolute legality and authorship of the same and expressly assumes all kinds of responsibility that may arise from these contents.

The user is also responsible for the opinions entered in the chat and forums made available, where appropriate, through the website. CADA will not be responsible in any case for the opinions expressed in the aforementioned forums and may withdraw said content and / or prevent access to users who violate current legislation as well as inform Courts and Tribunals of the facts that are constitutive of any type of criminal or civil offense.

THIRD.- LIABILITY.

CADA in no case will be responsible for:

  • Failures and incidents that may occur in communications, deletion or incomplete transmissions so that it is not guaranteed that the services of the website are constantly operational.
  • Of the production of any type of damage that users or third parties may cause on the website.
  • On the reliability and veracity of the information entered by third parties on the website, either directly, or through links.

CADA reserves the right to suspend access without prior notice in a discretionary manner and definitively or temporarily until the assurance of effective responsibility for damages that may occur.

CADA will collaborate and notify the competent authority of the aforementioned incidents at the moment in which it has reliable knowledge that the damages caused constitute any type of illegal activity.

FOURTH.- COPYRIGHT

The own contents, the programming and the design of the website cada.es are fully protected by copyright, and any reproduction, communication, distribution and transformation of the aforementioned protected elements is expressly prohibited, except with the express consent of CADA.

CADA may use external sources to prepare its content and establish links or hyperlinks to articles or information from third parties, always citing the source. The legitimate owner of the copyright of the information thus included may request at any time the elimination of the aforementioned contents.

Both graphic and written materials sent by users through the means made available on the website are the property of the user who affirms by sending them their legitimate authorship and assigns the rights of reproduction and distribution to CADA.

FIFTH.- JURISDICTION AND APPLICABLE LAW

These general conditions are governed by Spanish law. The Courts of Madrid are competent to resolve any controversy or conflict arising from these general conditions, the user expressly waiving any other jurisdiction that may correspond.

SIX.- MISCELLANEOUS.

In the event that any clause in this document is declared void, the other clauses will remain in force and will be interpreted taking into account the will of the parties and the purpose of these conditions. CADA may not exercise any of the rights and powers conferred in this document, which will not imply in any case the waiver of them, unless expressly acknowledged by CADA.