Conditions of Use for users

Conditions of Use for registered users of miratucarta.com

Mira Tu carta S.L., with registered office established at C/Antonio Machado, 3 1º-A ,14913 Encinas Reales, Córdoba. Recorded in the Companies Registry of Córdoba on October 23, 2015 in volumen 2485, sheet 41, page number CO-36176, entry no. 1
Contact email: info@miratucarta.com


Intellectual Property

Mira Tu Carta S.L., henceforth called Mira Tu Carta, through its website, offers content related to its activity, products and services, which are for information only. Mira Tu Carta takes no responsibility for the products, contents and services of other websites which may link to it, directly or indirectly through the Mira Tu Carta website. Mira Tu Carta reserves the right to modify, limit or cancel access to its website and the contents of the website when it deems fit, taking no responsability for possible discrepancies which may arise between the printed versión and electronic version of its documents. Mira Tu Carta, unless authorised in writing, prohibits the reproduction, copy, use, distribution, sale or any activity which can be done with the contents of its website.

Mira Tu Carta, unless authorised in writing, prohibits the reproduction, copy, use, distribution, sale or any activity which can be done with the contents of its website.

The access to this website is exclusive responsability of the user. The access and navigation on this website supposes accepting and knowing the legal warnings, conditions and terms of use contained therein. This Website may not be altered, changed, modified, or adapted. However, Mira Tu Carta reserves the right to make whatever changes or modifications it deems appropriate at any time, and may make use of this right at any time and without prior notice.

Contents

Mira Tu Carta makes its very best effort in order to avoid any errors in the content that could appear on this Website. Mira Tu Carta does not guarantee, nor does it accept responsibility for any consequences as may arise from errors in contents provided by third parties that could appear on this Website.

Mira Tu Carta is not responsible for nor does it guarantee that the access to this Website will be uninterrupted or that it will be error-free. Neither will it be liable for, nor will it guarantee that the content or software that can be accessed through this Website will be free from error or from causing adverse effects. In no case will Mira Tu Carta be responsible for any losses or damages of any kind whatsoever as may arise on account of the accessing and use of the Web page, including but not restricted to those caused to computer systems or those brought about by the introduction of a virus. Mira Tu Carta does not accept liability for any damages as may arise for users due to the improper use of this Website.

Protection of information

A visit to this Website does not mean that the user is obliged to provide any personal information. If the user provides any personal information, the data collected on this Website will be used for the purpose, in the manner and with the limitations and rights stipulated in the Organic Law 15/1999 on the Protection of Personal Information within the framework of Spanish legislation.

The details provided by users will be included in the personal files for which Mira Tu Carta is responsible, at the address indicated above, as well as the computerised processing or not of them for the purpose of their being used by the Company with a commercial aim of personalisation, operation and statistics as well as activities typical of its corporate purpose.

Mira Tu Carta has adopted the technical and organizational measures necessary in order to guarantee the security and integrity of the data, as well as to prevent their alteration, loss, unauthorized processing or accessing.

Users whose details are processed may exercise the rights of opposition, access and information, rectification, cancellation of their data, and the revocation of their authorization, without cost and without retroactive effects, in the terms specified in Organic Law 15/1999, on the Protection of Personal Information, in accordance with the legally established procedure. These rights can be freely exercised by writing an email to Mira Tu Carta TO THE EMAIL ADDRESS info@miratucarta.com, as well as also by writing for any clarification or doubt that might arise.

In the event that the users of this website have to provide their e-mail address to access any of the offered services, they can state that they do not want to receive any type of communication that Mira Tu Carta might send, as long as it is not strictly related to the purpose for which the service was requested.

Any transfer to third parties of personal data of the users of this portal will be duly communicated to those affected, specifying the type of activity of said third party to whom it is intended to be communicate and the purpose for which these data are going to be processed.

The user states that the purpose, content and use of personal data processed by Mira Tu Carta, as data processor, are the ones stated in the contract between the parties; And the user undertakes to:

Agree to treat the data in accordance with the instructions of the customer, which determines the purpose, content and use of the personal data processed by Mira Tu Carta.

Undertake to maintain the maximum reservation and secret of any information contained in the accessed files due to the provision of the service, being forbidden to alter them. Not to apply or use the data in accordance with the terms of this contract for purposes other than the listed in the contract.

The user shall inform its employees or companies involved in the provision of the Service of all the obligations set forth herein, and therefore reserves the right, with the authorisation given by the User in this agreement, to subcontract to third-parties in order to provide the requested services which bond both parties. This possible subcontract is also regulated by an agreement, under the terms provided in Article 12 of LOPD. These third-parties shall comply with the instructions provided by the data controller.

Take technical and organisational measures necessary to guarantee the safety, confidentiality and integrity of personal data in order to avoid its modification, loss, treatment or non authorised access in accordance with the Royal Decree 1720/2007 of December 21, which enacts the Regulation implementing the Organic Law 15/1999 of December 13 on the Protection of Personal Data, in view of the state of technology, nature of the data and the risks they are exposed to. Mira Tu Carta also declares explicitly that all personal data files, subject of this agreement, meet the all safety requirements according to the safety level set in RLOPD.

Once the contractual provision has been fulfilled, the personal data accessed by Mira Tu Carta, on the occasion of or as a consequence of the provision of services, shall be destroyed or returned to user or his designated data processor, together with any medium or document, tangible or intangible, recording any personal data subject to processing. The destruction or return shall be certified by Mira Tu Carta to the user through the person or persons who has the faculty in the comercial sense and in compliance with the cancelling data regulations set in the LOPD. The Data Processor shall preserve, properly locked, the data related to his/her relation with the user the time required by the regulations that are compulsory for both parties, as legal responsabilities may arise in the future.

How to exercise the rights

The exercise of these rights by the owner of the data shall be done by sending a written communication together with a photocopy of the National ID or other valid document to give proof of his or her identity. That communication shall contain the following information:

Name and surname of the User.
Petition in which the request is specified.
Address for notification, date and signature purposes.
Documentary proof of the request made, where appropiate.