1.- Right to information

This website (www.arquimea.com) is owned by ARQUIMEA GROUP, S.A, (hereinafter , “ARQUIMEA”), with Tax Identification Number(N.I.F.) B 88016803, registered in the Commercial Register of Madrid, registered in the Commercial Register of Madrid, Volume 37293, Sheet 101, Page M-665049, and established at Margarita Salas, 10, 28918, Leganés, Madrid, Spain.
Those who access and/or use this website become USERS, who fully accept each Term of Use listed below.
The user (hereinafter the “User”) may contact ARQUIMEA through the following e-mail address: politicas@arquimeagroup.com.

2.- Use of the website

The User assumes responsibility for the use of the Website. The Website may include a multitude of texts, graphics, drawings, designs, programs or data, multimedia content, and information (hereinafter, “Content”) belonging to ARQUIMEA or to third parties to which the User may have access.
The User undertakes to make appropriate use of the Contents and Services offered through the Website and, without limitation, not to use them to:
(i) Engage in illicit activities, illegal or contrary to good faith and public order;
(ii) Disseminate content or propaganda of a racist, xenophobic, pornographic-illegal nature, supporting terrorism or attacking human rights;
(iii) Cause damage to the physical or logical systems of the ARQUIMEA Website, its suppliers or third parties;
(iv) Introduce or disseminate computer viruses or any other physical or logical systems that are likely to cause the aforementioned damage;
(v) Attempt unauthorized access, use and/or manipulation of data from ARQUIMEA, third party suppliers or other Users;
(vi) Reproduce, copy, distribute, allow public access through any form of communication, transform or modify the Contents, unless authorized by ARQUIMEA;
(vii) Delete, hide or manipulate the Content subject to intellectual or industrial property rights and other data identifying such rights of ARQUIMEA or third parties, included in the contents, as well as the technical protection devices or any other information mechanisms that may be inserted in the Contents;
(viii) Attempt to access and/or use the other users email accounts and modify or manipulate their messages.

The User will be responsible for the veracity and legality of the information provided through the forms used to access to certain contents or services offered by the Website.

ARQUIMEA reserves the right to investigate and report any of the mentioned behaviors in accordance with the law, as well as to collaborate with the authorities in the investigation of such actions.

For the same reason, we reserve also the right to delete all comments and contributions that violate respect for the person’s dignity, that were discriminatory, xenophobic, racist, pornographic, that threaten youth or childhood, order or public safety or that, in our opinion, were not suitable for publication.

In any case, ARQUIMEA won’t be responsible for the user´s opinions expressed through the forums, chats, or other participation tools, nor for the use that Users would make of any Content included in the Website.

ARQUIMEA may temporarily, and without prior notice, suspend the access to the Website to perform maintenance, repair, updating or improvement operations. However, whenever circumstances permit, ARQUIMEA will inform the User, with enough time, about the expected date for Services suspension.

3.- Intellectual Property

All Intellectual Property rights related to the Content of this Website and its graphic design (including, but not limited to, images, sound, audio, video, software, texts, trademarks or logos, color combinations, structure and design, selection of used materials, computer programs necessary for its operation, access and use, etc.) are the exclusive property of ARQUIMEA, or a third party who has authorized its use, so it is ARQUIMEA which has the exclusive rights of its use or exploitation.

Therefore, and according to the provisions of Royal Legislative Decree 1/1996, April 12th, which approves the Consolidated Text of the Intellectual Property Law , as well as in 17/2001 law, of December 7th, on Trademarks and complementary legislation on Intellectual and Industrial Property, is prohibited the reproduction, transmission, adaptation, translation, distribution, public communication, including its modality of making available, or any other exploitation and /or modification, in whole or in part, without prior express authorization of ARQUIMEA, of any Content included in the Website.

The User undertakes to respect the intellectual and industrial property rights owned by ARQUIMEA. You can view the web site’s elements and even print, copy and store them in your computer’s hard drive or in any other physical support if it is exclusively for your personal and private use.

The legitimacy about the intellectual or industrial property rights, corresponding to the users supplied Contents, is exclusive responsibility of them, so Users undertake to hold harmless ARQUIMEA against any third-party claim arising from the illicit use of the Website Content.

4.- Privacy and data protection policy.
The processing of the collected data will always be carried out in accordance with the current legislation regarding to privacy and data protection as is set out in the following privacy policy:
http://arquimea.com/privacy-policy/ ‎

5.- Cookie policy.
The access and use of this Website may involve the use of cookies. The type and use that is made of them is explained in our cookie policy:

6.- Exclusion of guarantees and responsibility

ARQUIMEA declares that it has implemented the necessary controls that, within its possibilities and the state of technology, allow the proper functioning of its Website, as well as the absence of viruses and harmful components. However, ARQUIMEA cannot be held responsible for:
(i) The continuity and availability of the Contents and Services;
(ii) The absence of errors in Contents or the correction of any defect that may occur;
(iii) The absence of viruses and/or other harmful components.
(iv) Damages caused by any person who violates the ARQUIMEA security systems.

7.- Duration and modification
These Terms of Use will be in force indefinitely, and ARQUIMEA can make changes to the conditions specified therein, that will come into effect from the moment of its publication.

ARQUIMEA reserves the right to make changes that may deem appropriate on the Website such as elimination, adding or changing both the Contents and the Services it provides, as well as the way in which they are placed or presented.

The conditions published at the time the User accesses or uses the ARQUIMEA Website are considered as being in force.

The access and / or use of the Website will be understood as an acceptance by the User of these Terms of Use and its conditions and, where appropriate, the changes made to them.

8.- Hyperlinks
In the event that www.arquimea.com would provide hyperlinks to other Internet sites, ARQUIMEA will not exercise any control over such sites and contents. In no case will ARQUIMEA assume any responsibility for the contents or services accessed through any link belonging to a third-party website, nor guarantee the technical availability, quality, reliability, accuracy, extend, veracity, validity and constitutionality of any material or information accessible through these hyperlinks.
User accesses this content at his own responsibility and subject to the conditions of use that govern these sites.
Likewise, the inclusion of these external connections will not imply any type of association, merger or participation with the connected entities.
9.- Right of exclusion
ARQUIMEA GROUP reserves the right to deny or withdraw access to the portal and/or to the offered services without prior notice, at its own or from a third party request, to those users who fail to comply with these General Conditions of Use contained in these Terms of Use.
10.- General information
ARQUIMEA will pursue the non-compliance with the clauses of these Terms of Use as well as any other undue use of the Website, exercising the civil and criminal actions that may legally correspond.
11.- Applicable law and jurisdiction
The relationship between ARQUIMEA and the User will be governed by current Spanish regulations and any dispute will be submitted to the Courts and Tribunals of the city of Madrid.