1.- Website Owner
- Marine Survey Bureau
- Paseo Maritimo, 44 – Local P-18
- 07015 Palma de Mallorca / Balearics, Spain
2.1.- Exercise of Data Protection Rights
Users can send a written communication to the address of MSB or to the email address indicated in the heading of this legal notice, including in both cases a photocopy of your ID or other similar identification document, to request the exercise of access rights , rectification, cancellation and opposition.
2.2.- Routes through which personal data are collected. Purpose of the treatment
The user is allowed to send non-encrypted personal data through contact forms of standard type. The personal data collected will be processed automatically and incorporated into the corresponding files that MSB owns. Likewise, you can provide us with your data by telephone, email and other means of communication indicated in the contact section. The purpose of processing this data will be solely to provide the information or services you request.
2.3.- Social networks
MSB has a profile in the main professional social networks of the Internet (Facebook, Twitter), recognizing in all cases responsible for the treatment of the data of its followers, fans, subscribers, commentators and other user profiles (from now on, followers). The treatment that MSB will carry out with said data will be, at most, the one that the social network allows to the corporate profiles. Thus, MSB will be able to inform its followers by any means that the social network allows about its activities, presentations, offers, as well as providing personalized customer service. In no case will MSB extract data from social networks, unless the user’s consent is expressly and expressly obtained for it. When, due to the very nature of social networks, the effective exercise of the rights of the follower is subject to the modification of the personal profile of the latter, MSB will help and advise him to that end to the extent of its possibilities.
3.- Responsibility for the content of the Website and the Blog
The Website and the Blog contain texts prepared for informational or informational purposes that may not reflect the current status of legislation or jurisprudence and refer to general situations, so that its content can never be applied by the user to cases concrete. The opinions expressed in them do not necessarily reflect the views of MSB . The content of the articles published on this Website and the Blog can not be considered, in any case, a substitute for legal advice. The user must not act on the basis of the information contained in this Website or the Blog without first resorting to the corresponding professional advice.
MSB will watch, as far as possible, for the proper functioning of the Website and the Blog, the correctness of its content and the accuracy of what is published in it. However, it is not responsible for errors or omissions that may suffer the contents of the Website, the Blog or other content that can be accessed through it. Likewise, the user exonerates MSB of responsibility for the use that it could make of the contents of the Website without first having the necessary legal advice from MSB .
MSB will watch, as far as possible, for the computer security of the technical supports used by the user when navigating the pages of the Website and the Blog. However, because the Internet can not be considered a secure medium, MSB can not guarantee the absence of viruses or other harmful elements, introduced by third parties, that could cause damage or alterations to the computer system, electronic documents or documents. files of the user who visits this Website and the Blog. Consequently, MSB will not be responsible for the damages that such elements could cause to the user or to third parties.
The links that the Website and the Blog may contain may lead the user to other websites and web pages managed by third parties, over which MSB has no responsibility. MSB does not respond neither to the contents nor to the status of said websites and web pages, and access to them through this Website or the Blog does not imply that MSB recommends or approves their contents.
4.- Regulations and Jurisdiction
Users may submit to the Consumer Arbitration System to resolve any controversy, conflict or claim arising from this text or any activity of MSB . Provided that the User is not a “consumer or user” as defined by Spanish regulations, the parties agree to submit to the Courts and Tribunals of Palma de Mallorca, as this is the place where the contract is entered into, expressly waiving any other jurisdiction that I could reciprocate.