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Updated on 2020/07/17
Please read carefully the following legal notice as it contains the terms and conditions of use of https://bitergia.com website. Consultation or use of this site implies the full acceptance of the conditions set out below.
The owner of this website is Bitergium SLL (“Bitergia”, the “Company” or “we/us”), with Spanish Tax Identification Code B86533882 and registered office at Av.da Gregorio Peces Barba, 1 - 28919 Leganés, Madrid, SPAIN, entered in the Register of Companies of Madrid, Volume 30.234, Section 8, Page 180, Sheet M-544180, entry 1. The e-mail address at which the company may be contacted is: email@example.com.
A person browsing through, having access to, and making use of the website provided by Bitergia acquires the status of User, and as such accepts, when browsing through the pages of the Bitergia website, all the conditions of use established below, without prejudice to the application of the corresponding obligatory legal requirements, if appropriate.
The Bitergia website pages provide a wide variety of information, services and data. Users agree to use the website correctly and in accordance with these terms and applicable law.
All data provided by Users shall be accurate and legal, when completing the electronic forms presented by Bitergia (e.g. in order to contact the company or to obtain access to certain contents or services offered by the website);
User is responsible for all and any use of the information, services and data offered by Bitergia in the website that is contrary to the provisions of the conditions contained herein or to the requirements of the Law and the maintenance of moral standards, respectable standards of behaviour and public order, or which may in any other way harm the rights of third parties or the proper operation of the website.
Bitergia accepts no responsibility for the content of any websites to which Users may gain access through links created on its website and affirms that it shall under no circumstances undertake to examine, or to exercise any type of control over the content of other websites on the Internet. It shall likewise under no circumstances guarantee the technical availability, accuracy, truthfulness, validity or legality of any websites outside its ownership to which Users may gain access through the links referred to.
Bitergia affirms that it has taken all necessary measures to avoid any harm which may be caused to Users of its website by browsing through the pages of its website. Consequently, the Company shall under no circumstances be held responsible for any possible harm that Users may suffer through browsing through the Internet.
Bitergia reserves the right to carry out, without giving prior notice, any modifications to the content of its website that it may consider appropriate, both in relation to the contents of the website and to its conditions of use or general contract conditions.
These modifications may be made, through its website, by any legally admissible means and it shall be compulsory to comply with them for as long as they are published on the website and until such time as they are modified in a valid manner by any other subsequent modifications.
Bitergia is committed to compliance with applicable requirements and regulations, and to the continuous improvement of the Quality and Information Security Management System in accordance with UNE-EN-ISO 9001 and UNE-EN-ISO 27001 standards. You can find more information about it on our Quality and Security Information Policy Notice.
The intellectual and industrial property rights in all the texts, images, and ways and methods of presenting and laying out its website pages belong to the Company or its licensors, and these elements are protected by applicable national and international law.
Bitergia reserves the right to bring appropriate actions in civil or criminal law as it may consider necessary in cases of unrightfully use of its website and its contents or breach of these conditions.
The relationship between the User and Bitergia shall be governed by current Spanish law, and the magistrates and courts of the city of Madrid shall be competent to decide any controversy that may arise between the User and the Company.