Who we are
Our website address is: https://h2020connekt.eu
We put at your disposal the following general information and identification details of the holder of this website:
Holder: EUROPEAN INSTITUTE OF THE MEDITERRANEAN (IEMed)
Address: Carrer Girona, 20, 08010 Barcelona
Tax code: Q-0801161-A
General conditions of use of the website
The European Institute of the Mediterranean (hereafter the IEMed) informs you that access to and use of the website and all its sub-domains or directories, as well as the services or contents that can be obtained through it, are subject to the terms and conditions detailed in this document, although access to some of these services or contents may require acceptance of some additional general conditions.
Thus, if you do not agree with the considerations detailed in this legal notice, do not use the website because any use of it or of its services and contents will imply acceptance of the legal terms and conditions included in this text. The terms and conditions included in this notice may vary and, therefore, we invite you to revise them when you visit the website again.
The IEMed reserves the right, at any moment and without prior notification to the users, to modify, enlarge or temporarily cancel the presentation, set-up, technical specifications and services of the website, as well as to undertake changes with the objective of updating, correcting, modifying, adding to or removing the contents of the website or its design periodically. Given that the process of information updating is not immediate, we recommend that you always check the validity and accuracy of the services and contents included in the website.
The IEMed is not responsible for any political, religious or ideological ideas expressed in the publications. Moreover, it is not responsible for the personal data provided to third parties in the framework of the privacy policies.
Basic information on data protection
The IEMed guarantees that the personal data it manages is protected and not misused.
The IEMed manages the personal information surrendered based on the principles of privacy listed below. These principles reflect the IEMed’s commitment to protecting the privacy of the users and subscribers and to managing their personal information properly:
Data processor European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed)
Main purpose of the processing Sending of information concerning the Euro-Mediterranean field
Main legitimising foundations
By clicking the acceptance box in the privacy policies, the user and/or subscriber is giving his/her legitimate consent for his/her data to be processed in accordance with the ends described in the privacy policies.
Associations, institutions, networks and other people interested in the issues covered by this project’s website.
Right of the people interested
Among others, the right of access, rectification, removal, opposition and data portability, right to oppose the processing at any time, for reasons related to their particular situation, except in the case that the processing is based on legitimate interest.
Provided by the holder.
Thus, at the IEMed:
We only ask for or collect the personal data needed to comply with the institutional purposes and objectives of the Institute and the CONNEKT project.
We give control over the personal data to the users and subscribers themselves in order to ensure that the use made by the IEMed is correct and reflects their preferences.
We ensure that the personal data is always processed securely.
We are transparent about how we use the personal information we have about the users and subscribers.
We respect the decisions of the users and subscribers and commit to keeping them informed if there are important changes that affect their personal information or how we use it.
We are responsible for the personal information we hold about our users and subscribers.
Both the design of the website and its source code, such as logotypes, trademarks and other distinctive signs that appear, belong to the IEMed and are protected by the corresponding intellectual and industrial copyright. Moreover, the pictures and other graphic elements on the website are also protected by the corresponding intellectual and industrial copyright, and their reproduction, modification, distribution or manipulation is prohibited.
Total or partial reproduction of the texts available on the website is permitted, provided their integrity is maintained and the CONNEKT project is explicitly cited and mentioned as the source of information, and a link to the original text is provided.
The licence for use is limited to the download by the user of this content for private use, provided the aforementioned contents remain unaltered. Consequently, their use, reproduction, distribution, public communication, transformation or any other similar or analogous activity are totally prohibited, except with the express authorisation of the IEMed.
The IEMed states its respect for the intellectual and property rights of third parties that may appear on this website. It recognises that they ARE NOT the property of the IEMed but that they belong to their respective owners and, consequently, the IEMed recognises the corresponding intellectual and industrial rights of their owners. Thus, if you believe that this website is infringing your rights, please contact the IEMed.
Users can set up the search engine to receive notifications on the reception of cookies and impede their installation in the computer. For further information, check the instructions and manuals of the search engine.
It is not necessary for users, or the parties acting on their behalf, to enable the installation of cookies to use the website. However, users must start a session in each of the services whose arrangement requires prior registration. In any case, cookies are temporary with the single purpose of making the services more efficient.
The cookies used are only anonymously linked to the users’ computers, and do not provide personal data.
Links and hyperlinks
The IEMed offers users access to other websites that may match their interest, in keeping with the mission of the IEMed and the CONNEKT project. However, these websites do not belong to the IEMed, which does not revise their contents. Thus, the IEMed cannot be responsible for the operation of the linked page or of the possible damages that may derive from its access or use. The user is exclusively responsible for the consequences, damages or actions that may derive from their access to linked websites.
The IEMed expressly prohibits the manufacturing of framings or the use by third parties of any other mechanism that alters the design, original setting up or contents of this website.
The IEMed informs you about the use of the Google Analytics tool on this website with exclusively statistical purposes.
Uniltateral termination of the service
The website, in principle, lasts indefinitely. However, the IEMed can unilaterally suspend and cancel the service, if necessary, without prior notice in the case of an emergency, without the IEMed being subject to any obligation or compensation.
The IEMed is not responsible for any damages that may occur through errors or poor setting up of the software installed on the internet user’s computer. It will not accept responsibility for any technical problem or failure that may emerge when the user connects to the internet. Additionally, it does not guarantee the absence of interruptions or errors in accessing the website.
Moreover, the IEMed reserves the right to update, modify or eliminate the information contained on the website, as well as its setting up or presentation at any time, without accepting responsibility.
Applicable law and jurisdiction
The applicable law in the case of dispute or conflict over interpretation of the terms and conditions contained within this legal notice, as well as any issue related to the services of the website, will be Spanish law.
For the resolution of any conflict that may arise from visiting the website or the use of the related services that may be supplied, the IEMed and the user agree to submit to the Judges and Courts of Barcelona for possible civil or administrative claims in accordance with Law 30/1992, of 26 November, on the Legal System applicable to the Public Administrations and the Common Administrative Procedure.