In compliance with the duty of information contained in Article 10 of Law 34/2002, of July 11, Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce, we inform you that the Website and the Internet portal https://theskeye.com (hereinafter, the “Web”) is owned by Smart Management S.L. (hereinafter The Skeye), with registered office at Rambla Nova 69, 4a planta, 43003 Tarragona with CIF nº B-55579296. This legal notice regulates the conditions of use of the aforementioned Internet portal.
Acceptance by the user
This Legal Notice regulates the access and use of the website that The Skeye makes available to Internet users. A user is considered the person who accesses, navigates, uses or participates in the services and activities of the website.
The user is informed, and accepts, that access to this website does not imply, in any way, the beginning of a business relationship with The Skeye.
Access to the website
Access to the website by users is free of charge. Some services may be subject to prior contracting of the service.
Content and use
The user’s visit to the website must be made in a responsible manner and in accordance with current legislation, good faith, this Legal Notice and respecting the intellectual and industrial property rights owned by The Skeye or any other natural or legal persons.
The use of any of the contents of the website for purposes that are or could be illicit is totally prohibited, as well as the performance of any action that causes or may cause damage or alterations of any kind not consented by The Skeye, to the website or its contents.
The owner of the website does not identify with the opinions expressed in it by its collaborators. The company reserves the right to make unannounced changes it deems appropriate on its website, may change, delete or add both the content and services provided through it as well as the form in which they are presented or located on their servers.
Intellectual and industrial property
The intellectual property rights of the contents of the web pages, their graphic design and codes are the property of The Skeye and, therefore, their reproduction, distribution, public communication, transformation or any other activity carried out with the contents of the web page is forbidden, even if the sources are cited, except with the prior, express and written consent of The Skeye. All trade names, trademarks or distinctive signs of any kind contained in the web pages of the company are the property of their owners and are protected by law.
The Skeye does not grant any licence or authorisation for use of any kind on its intellectual and industrial property rights or on any other property or right related to the website, and in no case shall it be understood that access and browsing by users implies a total or partial waiver, transmission, licence or cession of said rights on the part of The Skeye.
Any use of such content not previously authorised by The Skeye will be considered a serious breach of intellectual or industrial property rights and will give rise to the legally established responsibilities. The Skeye reserves the right to take appropriate legal and extrajudicial action against the user.
Liability and Warranties
The Skeye declares that it has adopted the necessary measures that, within its possibilities and the state of technology, allow the correct functioning of its website as well as the absence of viruses and harmful components. However, The Skeye cannot be held responsible for the following situations listed by way of illustration, but not limitation:
- The continuity and availability of the Contents.
- The absence of errors in such Content or the correction of any defect that may occur.
- The absence of viruses and/or other harmful components.
- The damages caused by any person who violates The Skeye’s security systems.
- The use that the users can make of the contents included in the web. Consequently, The Skeye does not guarantee that the use that users may make of the contents included in the website, if any, comply with this legal notice, nor that the use of the website is made diligently.
- The use by minors of the website or the sending of their personal data without the permission of their tutors, being the tutors responsible for the use they make of the Internet.
- The contents to which the user can access through unauthorized links or introduced by users through comments or similar tools.
- The introduction of erroneous data by the user or a third party.
The Skeye may suspend temporarily and without notice, accessibility to the website for maintenance operations, repair, updating or improvement. However, whenever circumstances permit, The Skeye will inform the user, with sufficient notice, of the date foreseen for the suspension of the contents.
Also, in accordance with arts. 11 and 16 of Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on information society services and electronic commerce (LSSICE), The Skeye undertakes to eliminate or, where appropriate, block content that could affect or be contrary to current legislation, the rights of third parties or public order and morality.
However, if the user does not wish cookies to be installed on his/her hard disk, he/she has the possibility of configuring the browser in such a way as to prevent the installation of these files. For more information see our Cookies Policyhttps://www.theskeye.com/en/cookies-policy/.
The presence of links on The Skeye’s website to other Internet sites is for information purposes only and in no case imply suggestion, invitation or recommendation about them. The Skeye will not assume responsibility for the contents of a link belonging to a foreign website, nor guarantee the reliability, accuracy, breadth, veracity, validity and technical availability.
In the event that other websites establish links to the website of The Skeye, it will not be understood that The Skeye has authorized the link or the content of the website on which the link is contained, nor may the link page include inappropriate, defamatory, illegal, obscene or illegal content, or other content that is contrary to current law.
The Skeye reserves the right to contact the owner of the website on which the link is established if it considers that the regulations are not being complied with, as well as to exercise the corresponding judicial and extrajudicial actions.
Applicable law and jurisdiction
In general, the relations between The Skeye and the users of its telematic services, present on the website, are subject to Spanish legislation and jurisdiction.
The parties expressly renounce any jurisdiction that may correspond to them and expressly submit to the Courts and Tribunals of Barcelona to resolve any controversy that may arise in the interpretation or execution of these contractual conditions.
Modification of the conditions
The Skeye expressly reserves the right to unilaterally modify, totally or partially, without prior notice, this Legal Notice. You acknowledge and agree that it is your responsibility to periodically review this Legal Notice.