The owner of the website www.omnium.eu ("Website") is the association Òmnium Civil Rights Europe ASBL whose details are listed below:
- Registered office: Louise Avenue, 367, 1050 Brussels
- VAT ID: 697.989.828
- Email: [email protected]
- Telephone: + 34 93 319 80 50
Access to the Website
These General Conditions regulate the access and use of the website.
Access and use of the Website imply the acceptance of the General Conditions of Access and Use, as well as any other Policy applicable.
You are therefore requested to carefully read the General Conditions of Access and Use before using the Website, since they could be adapted and/or modified at any time.
Use and operation of the Website
User agrees to make a diligent use of the Website, and of the information regarding the services contained therein, and to comply entirely with the applicable legislation and the General Conditions of Access and Use.
User also agrees not to carry out any activity that may damage the Website, make the Website useless and/or overcharge the Website, or that may prevent, in any form, its usual use and operation.
User is informed that, in the event that he/she may infringe the General Conditions of Access and Use or, as the case may be, any other terms or conditions detailed on the Website, Civil Rights Europe is entitled to limit, suspend and/or terminate his/her access to the Website, adopting any technical measure that may be necessary for such purposes.
Òmnium Civil Rights Europe makes its best efforts to keep the Website in good working order, prevent errors or remedy them, if they arise, amend them, and keep the content of the Website up-to-date. However, Òmnium Civil Rights Europe does not warrant the availability or continued access to the Website, that there are no errors in its contents or that its contents are up-to-date.
Òmnium Civil Rights Europe does not hold any liability of the User's access to the Website and the use of any information available at the Website.
Òmnium Civil Rights Europe shall not be liable for any losses and/or damages that may arise, directly or indirectly, from access to, or use of, the information contained on the Website and, especially, when they are attributable to third parties other than Òmnium Civil Rights Europe including, but not limited to, those produced in the computer system or resulting from the introduction of a virus and/or hacking and also shall not be held liable either for the damages and/or harm suffered by users due to an inappropriate use of the Website, nor for the falls, interruptions, absence or fault in the communications and/or Internet.
In addition, Òmnium Civil Rights Europe shall not be held liable for any damage and/or harm caused to the software and/or hardware of user arising from access or use of the Website.
User shall be held liable of the damages and prejudices of any kind that Òmnium Civil Rights Europe may suffer as a consequence of the infringement of any obligations that are subject to these General Conditions of Access and Use, other conditions provided on the Website and/or the law in force in each moment.
Policy on hyperlinks
a) Links to the Website
Should third parties wish to include a link to the Website on a website ("Linking Site"), they shall comply with the law in force and shall not, in any way, house content of its own or of third parties that: (i) is unlawful, harmful, violent, racist, degrading, etc.; and/or (ii) results inappropriate or not pertinent in connection with the activity of Òmnium Civil Rights Europe.
In any event the link means that Òmnium Civil Rights Europe endorses, promotes, guarantees, supervises and/or recommends the content and/or services of the Linking Site nor that it is liable for its content. In the event of infringement of any of the above-referred terms, Òmnium Civil Rights Europe will immediately revoke the consent given to the Linking Site, which shall delete the mentioned link.
b) Links to other Websites
It is possible to include links to the Website that allow the user to access to other websites ("Linked Sites").
In any event the Linked Sites imply recommendation, promotion, identification and/or approval by Òmnium Civil Rights Europe of any statement, content and/or services provided through the Linked Sites. As a consequence thereof, Òmnium Civil Rights Europe shall not be held liable for the content and other conditions of Linked Sites, being the user the sole responsible to verify and accept them every time that he/she may access and use them.
Industrial and intellectual property
All copyright over designs, databases and software (including source codes), as well as all the elements contained in the Website (texts, graphics, photography, videos, audible recordings, colours combinations, and so on) ["Content"], its structure, selection and organisation, are owned by Òmnium Civil Rights Europe or its licensors. All Website's distinctive signs (brands and trade names) are owned by Òmnium Civil Rights Europe or its licensors.
Access and use and access of the Website by the user do not imply the assignment of any intellectual right over the Website and the Content.
The reproduction, transformation, distribution, public communication, disposal, removal and/or any other expressly unauthorised way of disseminating the Website, its Content and/or Òmnium Civil Rights Europe distinctive signs is expressly forbidden.
Unauthorised use of the Content and any damage caused to Òmnium Civil Rights Europe's intellectual property rights may result in Òmnium Civil Rights Europe taking whatever action to which it may be entitled by law, and in any liabilities that may arise thereof.
Personal data protection
Should any of the sections of these General Contracting Terms and Conditions be declared invalid or illegal, partially or on its entirety, its nullity will only affect said Section, without impacting the rest of the Section, or the rest of the General Contracting Terms and Conditions, to the extent that this nullity does not affect the General Contracting Terms and Conditions interpretation.
Any potential conflicts or disagreements that may arise in the interpretation or application of the Terms and Conditions shall be referred to and resolved by the Courts of Justice determined by the applicable legal framework.