All of the industrial and intellectual property rights pertaining to the website www.ldrac.eu and its contents (texts, images, sounds, audio, video, designs, creativity, software) belong to LDRAC, and where applicable, to third parties. Users may view all of the elements and print, copy or save them on the hard disk of their computers or on any other physical medium as long as this is done solely and exclusively for their own private use on a personal basis. It is therefore expressly prohibited to use these elements for commercial purposes or to distribute, modify, alter or decompile them.
Users undertake to make proper use of the contents and services that LDRAC offers on its website and not to use them to engage in activities that are illegal or which go against good faith and the legal order; disseminate contents or propaganda of a racist, xenophobic or illegally pornographic nature or which might advocate terrorism or be contrary to human rights; cause damage to the physical and logical systems owned by LDRAC, its suppliers or third parties; introduce or disseminate on the Internet computer viruses or any other physical or logical systems that might be liable to cause such damage. LDRAC reserves the right to make without prior notification any changes it deems to be opportune to its website, and it may change, delete or add either the contents and services that it provides or the way in which they are displayed or located.
LDRAC shall pursue any non-compliance with the above conditions and any improper use of the contents displayed on its website, bringing any civil or criminal suits to which it may be entitled by law.
In relation to the services provided to users by prior registration, all data is maintained in the strictest privacy according to standing legislation.LDRAC is compliant with this legislation on the protection of the personal data of its subscribers and maintains them in the strictest confidence pursuant to the terms of Organic Law 15/99 of 13 December 1999 on Personal Data Protection (hereinafter referred to by its Spanish acronym, LOPD).
Users that register on the LDRAC website may at any time exercise their rights to access, rectify, cancel and revoke their consent for the transfer of their data pursuant to the terms of the aforementioned Law and its implementing regulations, as stated on this page.
For the purposes of the terms of Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, on Personal Data Protection, LDRAC hereby informs Users of the existence of an automatic file containing personal data created by and for LDRAC and under the latter's liability, for the purposes of maintaining and managing relations with Users, as well as tasks involving information, training and marketing the service and activities related to same. At the time of accepting these general conditions, LDRAC will ask Users to provide some data that are essential for the provision of its services.
It is mandatory to fill in the registration form in order to access and avail of all of the services offered on the website. However, in order to receive the informative newsletters, users should provide their e-mail addresses. Moreover, in order to avail of certain services for which registration is required, they should enrol as registered users of LDRAC. Failure to provide the personal data requested or to accept this data protection policy shall mean it shall not be possible to subscribe, register or take part in any promotions in which personal data are requested.
Pursuant to the terms of Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, on Personal Data Protection, you are hereby informed that the personal data obtained as a consequence of registering as a User shall be included in a file owned by LDRAC, C.I.F. G85050243 LDRAC with address at C/ Calle del Doctor Fleming 7, 2º derecha - 28036 Madrid, for which the safety measures provided in Royal Decree 994/1999, of 11 June, have been implemented.
Registered users or subscribers wishing to receive the informative newsletters are solely liable for the veracity and accuracy of the data included, and LDRAC is exempt from any liability in this regard. In any case, users guarantee and are liable for the accuracy, validity and authenticity of the personal data provided, and undertake to keep them duly up-to-date. Registered users or subscribers hereby accept to provide comprehensive and accurate information on the registration or subscription form.
LDRAC shall not be held liable for the veracity of information that is not compiled by the latter and for which a different source is indicated. Therefore neither shall it be held liable for any hypothetical losses or damages that might be caused by the use of said information. LDRAC reserves the right to update, modify or eliminate the information contained on its web pages and may also limit or not allow access to said information. LDRAC is exempt from liability for any losses or damages that Users might undergo as a consequence of errors, faults or omissions in the information provided by LDRAC, as long as it came from sources other than LDRAC.
A cookie is a file that is downloaded onto the user's computer/ smartphone/ tablet when accessing certain web pages, to save and retrieve information on the browsing carried out via said device. For further information on cookies, LDRAC invites users to visit the following link: http://www.iabspain.net/privacidadeninternet/usuario. On this website, LDRAC uses Google Analytics, a service provided by Google, Inc., which allows to analyse the use that users make of the website, solely for statistical purposes.
Users may at any time choose which cookies they wish to operate on this website, as follows:
LDRAC shall not be held liable for the content and veracity of the privacy policies provided by the third parties included in this Cookies Policy. If you have any doubts about this Cookies Policy, please contact LDRAC by writing to email@example.com
The purpose of LDRAC is to provide advisory services on taxation, accountancy, business and employment, as well as any related activities.
If any of our services are specifically intended for minors, LDRAC shall request the consent of parents or guardians to collecting their personal data, or as applicable, to automatic processing of their data.
You may address your notifications and exercise your rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition via the URL LDRAC or by writing by ordinary post to LDRAC, Ref. LOPD, C/ LDRAC. In order to exercise these rights and pursuant to the terms of Instruction 1/1998, of 19 January, from the Spanish Data Protection Agency, it is necessary to provide proof of identity to LDRAC by sending a photocopy of your National Identity Card or any other document accepted by law for this purpose. However, you may alter or rectify your registration details on the website itself, by identifying yourself in advance with your user name and password.
LDRAC has adopted the security measures for personal data protection that are required by law, and strives to install any other additional technical means and measures within its reach in order to avoid the loss, incorrect use, alteration, unauthorised access to or theft of the personal data provided.
LDRAC shall not be held liable for any losses or damages that might be derived from interference, omissions, interruptions, computer viruses, faults in the telephone network or disconnections in the operational functioning of this electronic system, due to reasons beyond the control of LDRAC; delays or blocks on the use of this electronic system as a consequence of deficiencies or overloading of telephone lines or overloading in the Data Processing Centre, Internet system or other electronic systems, or of damages that may be caused by third parties due to illegitimate tampering beyond the control of LDRAC. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Users should be aware that security measures on the Internet are not unassailable.
Users hereby declare that they have been informed as to the personal data protection conditions, and accept and consent to the automatic processing of same by LDRAC, in the manner set out and for the purposes indicated in this Personal Data Protection Policy. Certain services provided on the Portal may be subject to particular conditions with specific provisions in the area of personal data protection.
Calle del Doctor Fleming 7, 2º derecha - 28036 Madrid
Telf. +34 91 432 36 23 - Fax. +34 91 432 36 24 E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org