Copyright and Trademarks
The website www.valgosa.com (the Site) is the property of Valgosa S.L. (Valgosa), which has created it for information, communication, and entertainment purposes and made it available to users exclusively for personal, non-commercial, use.
The trademark Valgosa, the trademarks on Valgosa products and promotional activities that are displayed on the pages of the website (including the relevant logotypes) as well as any other distinctive signs, whether denominative, figurative or consisting in a slogan, related to them (hereinafter the Valgosa Trademarks) are the exclusive property of Valgosa S.L. and/or of other Companies of the Valgosa Group. Any use or reproduction of such Valgosa Trademarks for whatever reasons or by any means is expressly and strictly prohibited and shall be prosecuted under relevant laws.
The trademarks, logos, and characters belonging to third parties, which are displayed in the website, are the exclusive property of their owners, who have authorized their use: any reproduction is prohibited.
The web pages constituting the website, and all relevant contents (including, for example, but not limited to: text, images, graphics, sounds), are protected by copyright owned by Valgosa or include material the use of which has been duly authorized; thus their reproduction, duplication, publication, transmission (in whole or in part) in any form or by any means is prohibited.
No reproduction of the website or any part of it may be sold or distributed for commercial purposes.
The downloading of material from the website is only allowed provided that it is expressly authorized by a specific notice to this purpose in the web pages. This authorization exclusively concerns personal and non-commercial use of downloaded material: any other use is strictly prohibited. Nothing contained in the website may be construed as granting an explicit or implied license to use Valgosa Trademarks, texts, images, graphics, sounds and any other proprietary element mentioned above.
Any material transmitted to the website by its users is subject to the specific Regulations which govern the conditions under which material is sent to the website and which are referred to hereby. Users are recommended to carefully read such Regulations before sending any material.
Valgosa takes the greatest possible care in the selection and updating of the website content; however, Valgosa does not accept any responsibility in the case of missing, incomplete or erroneous information of any kind.
Moreover Valgosa declines any responsibility for any damage that may result to the users or their property as a consequence of accessing the website, the impossibility of accessing the website or the downloading of material from the website, where this is permitted, including damage to the information devices of the users caused by viruses.
This website and the websites linked to it have been very carefully checked by Valgosa. Therefore, none of their contents are dangerous or unpleasant for children. The advertised products cannot be purchased directly from the website.
However, Valgosa is exclusively liable for the contents of its own websites and cannot be held responsible for the content of any third-party website to which there is an authorized link, since Valgosa exercises no control over them.
Pursuant to regulation in force and to art. 13 of Regulation EU 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016, on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (hereinafter the “Regulation”), we inform you that the Controller of the personal data provided by you is Valgosa S.L. (hereinafter “Valgosa”), with registered office at S/Montserrat Roig 9, Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona, SPAIN.
The information systems and programs used to operate our website collect some data whose transmission is automatic when using Internet communication protocols (e.g. IP addresses or domain names of the computers used by the users to connect with the website, URI –Uniform Resource Identifier- addresses of the requested resources, time of the request, methods used to submit the request to server, size of the response file, response status code –success, error, etc.- and other parameters relating to the operating system and information environment of the user). Although such data are not intended for being associated to individual data subjects, it is possible that, by their nature and through processing and association with further data held by third parties, such data may permit to identify users.
Such data shall only be used for statistical purposes about the use of the website, without associating them to any identifier of the users, and for the purposes of monitoring the proper operation of the website and shall be deleted immediately after processing. These data may be used for the purposes of investigating liability in the event of information crimes committed against the website.
Data voluntarily provided by users
The users shall not be required to provide personal data to visit the website. However, contacts between users and Valgosa, through the consumer service or the optional, voluntary, and explicit sending of messages, letters or e-mails, sent to the addresses of Valgosa or another entity of the Valgosa Group as specified in the website, imply the subsequent collection of the address, including e-mail address, of the sender or the relevant telephone number, required to answer the requests, as well as of any other personal data included in the relevant communications.
Such data shall be used for the exclusive purposes of carrying out the request of the users and may be disclosed to third parties only to the extent that is necessary for such purpose. Specifically, the data may be shared with the editor and the owner of the website and/or recipient of the request.
No consent is required for the processing of data for the purposes above, since the processing is necessary for the performance of an agreement to which the user is party or for the implementation of measures requested by the user prior to entering into an agreement (art. 6, letter b) of par. 1, of the Regulation) as well as, where applicable, to comply with a legal obligation (Regulation, letter a) of first paragraph of art. 6).
The personal data of the users shall undergo processing by the staff assigned to it by Valgosa, by such procedures, technical and electronic means, which are suitable to protect the confidentiality and security of data and consists of collection, recording, organization, storage, consultation, elaboration, alteration, selection, retrieval, alignment, use, combination, block, communication, dissemination, erasure, and destruction of data, including a combination of two or more of such activities.
The data shall only be stored for the time strictly required to provide the requested services to the user and shall promptly be deleted straight afterwards, without prejudice to the legal storage obligations provided for by the law. Your data shall not be disclosed.
In the framework of its activity and for the purposes specified above, Valgosa may engage third parties for carrying out specific services on its behalf and under its instructions, as processor. Such third parties provide Valgosa with processing or accessory services (e.g. consumer service, IT services regarding the website operation). The full updated list of third parties appointed as processor is available from any of the contacts details specified below.
Personal data may be transferred to other countries of the European Union where the premises or the servers of Valgosa or of any of its suppliers are located. Personal data shall not be transferred outside the territory of the European Union.
At any time, you shall be entitled to exercise the rights established by the law in force, by addressing the relevant request to the following mail address email@example.com, including the right to:
- Obtain confirmation as to the existence of your personal data and access to such data.
- Obtain updating, modification and/or rectification of your personal data.
- Obtain erasure of personal data, render personal data anonymous, block data whose processing is unlawful or set limits to the processing.
- Object to processing based on legitimate grounds.
- Obtain a copy of personal data provided by the user and request that such data shall be transferred to another controller.