this website. Accessing the website of the Universities and Research Centers in Defense of
Civil Rights and Democracy and to the information herein implies acceptance of the conditions
foreseen by this legal warning. For that reason, we recommend you read the contents carefully
if you want to access and use the information and services that are offered by the website of
the Universities and Research Centers in Defense of Civil Rights and Democracy.
OWNERSHIP OF THE DOMAIN
The domain name www.universitats.manifest.assemblea.cat is registered under the name of the
Assemblea Nacional Catalana [hereafter referred to as the Catalan National Assembly] with
CIF G65581621 and whose registered office is at the Carrer de la Marina, 315, 08025 Barcelona.
PRIVACY AND DATA PROTECTION POLICY
The Catalan National Assembly is the responsible party for the data, and therefore guarantees
the compliance with the current personal data protection regulations and so will adopt the
necessary technical measures to ensure the required security.
The data that the Catalan National Assembly asks for will be treated in accordance with the
regulations and will be used only after consent is given by the user, with the aim of making
public the Manifesto of Universities and Research centers in Defense of Civil Rights and
Democracy as well as the names of the undersigned.
The data will not be ceded to third parties nor transferred internationally
In any event, each time data is collected on the website, information will be provided through
a specific section titled "Data Protection" that will have to be read and accepted by the
users as evidence of their consent.
Users will be able to exercise their rights under the data protection regulation at any moment
by written communication, to which they will have to add a photocopy of their ID document,
addressed to the Catalan National Assembly to: Carrer de la Marina, 315, 08025 Barcelona,
or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, any user who does not agree with the way
their data is treated by the Catalan National Assembly may file a claim with the Agencia
Española de Protección de Datos.
By virtue of Article 22 of the LSSICE (Spanish Information Society Services and Electronic
Commerce Act), the Catalan National Assembly can use storage devices as well as cookies in
the computers of their end users, as long as these have given permission after having received
due information on how the data will be used. Users can get information about why cookies have
been installed and the use that will be made of these at https://assemblea.cat/index.php/avis-legal/cookies-i-spam/.
The foregoing is without prejudice to the possible storage or technical use solely to transmit
communications through a electronic communications network, or if it is strictly necessary,
for providing an information society service that has been expressly requested by the user.
Cookies and junk mail
that the server sends to the computer that is accessing the page) to carry out specific functions
that it deems necessary for the proper functioning and visualization of the website. The cookies
used on the site are, in any event, temporary, with the sole objective of making the transmission
of information for efficient and which disappear when the user has closed a session. In no event
will cookies store personally identifiable data, nor will they be used to collect such data.
the browser employed by the user, so that the navigation through the site is simpler, and this allows
people, for example, to access the areas, services, promotions, and contests that have been exclusively
reserved for them, without having to register during every visit. They are also used to measure how many
visits to the site have occurred, to control the progress and number of entries, as well as other traffic
parameters. These cookies are not invasive, nor harmful, they merely give information to the system
about the configuration chosen by the users, but they do not automatically recognize any data referring to
the identity of the people who visit the website. If the user so desires, they can deny access to any cookie,
using the corresponding option on their own browser.
The user can configure their browser so that they receive an alert on screen when cookies are received and
sent by Universities and Research Centers in Defense of Civil Rights and Democracy in order to navigate our website.
Universities and Research Centers in Defense of Civil Rights and Democracy does not use
spam or junk mail techniques and will only use the data that the user has submitted in accordance with what
is established in this legal notice.
This website's servers can automatically detect the user's IP address and domain name. An IP address is a
number automatically assigned to a computer when it is connected to the internet. All of this information
is registered in a properly inscribed usage file on the server which allows the later processing of data
with the objective of gaining strictly statistical measures that make it possible to know how many
visits a page has received, how many visits have been made to the web servers, which order the visits have
been made in, the access point, and so on.
Spanish Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce Act (LSSICE) and Spanish Organic Act on Data
The processing of personal data, as well as communication carried out by electronic means, are made in
compliance with Organic Act 15/1999, of 13 December, on the Protection of Personal Data, and Act 34/2002,
of 11 July, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce.
Users accept that the applicable legislation and the competent courts for the settlement of disputes on the
interpretation and application of these clauses are those of the Spanish State. The Catalan National Assembly
reserves the right to make changes that it considers necessary in the established terms and conditions.
Modifications will be included in a highlighted section of www.universitats.manifest.assemblea.cat.
INTELLECTUAL AND INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY
The domain name www.universitats.manifest.assemblea.cat is the property of the Catalan National Assembly.
The entire web page www.universitats.manifest.assemblea.cat, including the design, structure, distribution,
answers to consultations from users, texts, contents, logos, buttons, images, drawings, source code, documentation,
as well as all of the intellectual property and industrial rights of any other distinctive marks, belong to the
Catalan National Assembly, or if applicable, to the people or entities that are the authors or titleholders of those rights.
In particular, the reproduction (except for private use), transformation, distribution, public communication, and
making available to the public, or taking advantage of the contents of this web site, www.universitats.manifest.assemblea.cat,
is prohibited without the express consent of the titleholder. Interested persons may contact the ANC.
RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CATALAN NATIONAL ASSEMBLY ASSOCIATION
The Catalan National Assembly does not take responsibility for any damage or harm that come out of circumstances
of force majeure, like for example, errors in the communications lines, defects in machinery or user software,
errors in the internet network (and connections to linked pages).
It does not guarantee that the web page will work consistently, reliably, and correctly, without delays or interruptions.
changes in the legislation, as well as those that may derive from the existing code in the matter and for strategic or corporate
reasons. All that, without relinquishing the need to ask for the necessary consent of the affected persons for the required treatment,
The Catalan National Assembly has at its principal objective to guarantee the privacy and confidentiality of the user data of a
personal nature, requested via any system that permits the transmission of data, traveling via completely secure channels.
Therefore, it shows its commitment to fulfill the current legislation in this matter at all times.
The Catalan National Assembly does not take responsibility for the misuse that may be made of the contents of this website,
which remains the exclusive responsibility of the person that accesses the site or uses the information. It also does not take
on responsibility with respect to the information contained on the web pages of third parties to which the www.universitats.manifest.assemblea.cat
may link. The presence of these links is strictly informational and do not consist in any form of an invitation to contracting products and services
that may be offered on the target web page. In the event that the Catalan National Assembly had effective knowledge that the activity or information
that these links provide is unlawful, constitutes a crime, or may damage goods or rights of third parties that may be compensated, it will act
with the necessary diligence to suppress or deactivate the corresponding link in the shortest timeframe.
The Catalan National Assembly does not take responsibility for the stored information and contents, included on, but not limited to the
forums, chats areas, blog generators, comments, social media, or any other media that allows third parties to publish contents in an independent
fashion on the website of the Catalan National Assembly. Nevertheless, and in accordance with the terms of articles 11 and 16 of the LSSICE,
the Catalan National Assembly puts itself at the disposal of all of its users, authorities and security forces, to collaborate in an active
way in the removal, or if necessary, the blockage of all of that content which may affect or breach national or international legislation,
the rights of third parties, morals or public order. In the event that a user considers that the web site may include information that may
be classified thusly, they are requested to make it known immediately to the administrator of the website.
To resolve any matter, dispute, conflict or problem that may come out of the interpretation, application or fulfilment of the present
policy, the users submit themselves voluntarily and expressly to the courts and tribunals of the city of Barcelona, expressly renouncing
any other jurisdiction that might correspond to them, and without prejudice to the jurisdiction that results therein by the law.