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GENERAL CONDITIONS OF USE OF THE WEBSITE

The conditions stated herein regulate the use of the Internet Website “www.Howdazz.com” that Howdazz, SL (hereinafter referred to as Howdazz) places at the users’ disposal (the User).

This Website belongs to Howdazz, SL, tax identification number ES-B86288461, with registered office in Madrid, Spain, at Bravo Murillo, 101, 28020, e-mail info@howdazz.com, registered at the Companies Register of Madrid, volume 29187, sheet 76 and page M-525467.

Use of the Website presupposes the full acceptance at all times by the User of all the General Conditions of Use currently in force, for which reason if the User does not agree with any of the conditions established herein, he/she should not use this Website. Howdazz reserves the right to modify, at any time and without prior warning, these General Conditions of Use of the Website or any other general or specific conditions, regulations for use, instructions or warnings that appear in this application. Howdazz also reserves the right to suspend, interrupt or cease operating the Website at any moment.

1. OBJECT

Through the Website, Howdazz provides Users with access to different content, information and data (the “Contents”) placed at the disposal of Users by Howdazz or third-party service and content suppliers. Howdazz reserves the right to modify at any moment the presentation (including the “look-and-feel”), configuration and location of the Website, as well as the Contents and conditions required to use them. In case there are restricted access areas, the access and use are subject to the conditions stated in section 3 of this document.

2. CONDITIONS OF ACCESS AND USE OF THE WEBSITE

The User agrees to make licit and appropriate use of the Website and its Contents, in accordance with applicable legislation and the General Conditions of Use of the Website.

The User is authorized to access the Website and its Contents in accordance with the purposes of the Website and solely for personal and private use, being expressly prohibited its use for commercial purposes or for distribution, public communication, conversion or decompilation.

The User agrees to not alter the Website Contents, neither to use, copy or distribute separately any chart, icon or image available on the Website.

The User must abstain from: (i) reproducing or coping, distributing, permitting access to the public through any means of public communication, transforming or modifying the Contents, unless with the express authorisation of the owner of the corresponding rights or if said modification is legally permitted and (ii) suppressing, hiding or manipulating notes about intellectual or industrial property rights and other identification data of Howdazz or of a third party included in the Website Contents, as well as technical protection devices or any other information mechanism that may be inserted in the Contents.

Those Users who wish to establish a link between their website and the Howdazz Website must previously obtain authorisation from Howdazz, presenting a request to the following e-mail info@howdazz.com. The third-party links must be to the homepage of Howdazz Website.

The User will be responsible for any damages or injuries incurred by Howdazz, or by third parties, which may occur as a consequence of the non-fulfilment of these obligations.

3. RESTRICTED ACCESS AREA

In order to access and use the restricted access areas, Users should register beforehand by filling in the form (Registration Form) that appears in each case on the Website and obtain a personal password. Howdazz reserves the right to accept or reject freely a User’s request to register. Data entered by Users in the Registration form must be exact, up to date and true at all times, and will be processed by Howdazz as stipulated in the personal data protection policy. Registered Users will be responsible at all times for the integrity of their password, assuming responsibility for any damage that might result from wrongful use, or its transfer, revelation or loss.

4. INDUSTRIAL AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

The User recognises and accepts that all industrial and intellectual property rights related to the Website, its source code, design, navigational layout, data bases and Contents and/or any other elements on the Website (brands, logos, commercial names, texts, images, graphics, designs, sounds, databases, software, flow charts, presentation, “look and feel”, audio and video) belong to Howdazz and/or third parties. The General Conditions of Use of the Howdazz Website do not give Users any other right to use, alter, exploit, reproduce, distribute or communicate the Website and/or its Contents publicly in any way different to those expressly stated here. Any other use or exploitation of any rights will be subject to prior, express authorisation specifically granted to that effect by Howdazz, or a third party that owns the rights in question.

5. EMPLOYMENT OF COOKIE TECHNOLOGY

The User recognises and accepts that Howdazz will be able to use cookies when a User enters its Website. The Howdazz cookies are associated solely with an anonymous User and his/her computer and will not provide references that permit the deduction of the User’s personal data. Cookies will be used with the sole purpose of carrying out the transmission of a communication through an electronic communications network or for providing the services requested. The User will be able to configure his/her browser in order to notify the User of and reject the installation of cookies sent by Howdazz, without preventing the User from accessing the Website Contents.

6. COOKIE POLICY

A cookie is a file that is downloaded onto your computer when you access certain websites. Among other things, cookies allow websites to store and recover information relating to a user’s browsing habits and equipment. Depending on the information gathered and the way in which the equipment is used, they may be used to recognise the user.  We could use the following types of cookies:

  • PROPIETARY COOKIES
  • These are sent to the user’s terminal from a machine or domain managed by the website’s publisher, from which the service requested by the user is supplied.
  • THIRD-PARTY COOKIES
  • These are sent to the user’s terminal from a machine or domain which is not managed by the website’s publisher but is instead managed by another entity that processes the data obtained using cookies
  • SESSION COOKIES
  • This type of cookie is designed to collect and store data while the user is viewing a website.
  • PERSISTENT COOKIES
  • The data collected by this type of cookie remains stored on the users’ terminal and can be accessed and processed for a specific period by the party responsible for the cookie. This period may last for minutes or years.
  • TECHNICAL COOKIES
  • These are cookies that allow the user to navigate around a website and make use of the various options and services.
  • PERSONALISED COOKIES
  • These are cookies that allow the user to access a service with some generally pre-defined characteristics, based on a set of criteria stored in the user’s own terminal.
  • ANALYSIS COOKIES
  • cookies that allow the person responsible for the cookie to follow-up and analyse the behaviour of users of the websites to which they refer.
  • ADVERTISING COOKIES
  • These permit the management of the advertising spaces created by a publisher on its website, based on criteria such as the content shown on the site or the frequency with which advertisements are to be shown.
  • BEHAVIOURAL ADVERTISING COOKIES
  • These permit the management of the advertising spaces created by a publisher on its website, storing information on user behaviour that allows for the creation of a specific profile in order to show advertising that is directed towards that profile.

You can allow, block or remove the cookies installed on your equipment using the options settings for the browser installed on your computer:

  • INTERNET EXPLORER

Click on “Internet Options” in the “Tools” menu and then select the “Privacy” tab. Select the desired setting and click on the advanced settings button. Activate the “Override automatic cookie handling” box. Select the “Accept” or “Block” option.

  • FIREFOX

Click on “Tools > Options” in the menu bar and select the “Privacy” tab. Depending on the browser version you are using, select or deselect “Accept cookies from sites” or “Tell sites that I do not want to be tracked”. Any cookies installed can be removed by clicking on the “remove individual cookies” option.

  • CHROME

Click on “Tools > Settings”, and then select the tab “Privacy > Content settings”. After selecting the option “Show advanced options”, select the desired cookie setting. If you do not want cookies to be installed, you may select the option “Block third-party cookies and site data”.

  • SAFARI

Click on “Tools > Preferences” and select the “Security” tab. Under the heading “Accept cookies” choose “Always” or “Never”. If you have an iPhone, you must go to “Settings > Safari” and then select whether you do or do not want to accept cookies.

We cannot guarantee that the above procedures will always match the most recent version of your browser, since they are subject to updates and modification by the browsers’ own developers.

7. EXCLUSION OF GUARANTEES AND RESPONSIBILITY

Howdazz does not guarantee the availability or continuity of correct functioning of the Website or those other websites with which it has established a link, and in no case Howdazz will be responsible for the Website Contents, or for its update.

Access to the Website and the use of the Contents is the exclusive responsibility of the User. Howdazz shall not be responsible for any consequence, damage or injury that may result from access or use of the Contents. Howdazz shall not be responsible for any possible security errors that may occur nor for any possible damage to the User’s computer.

Furthermore, Howdazz assumes no responsibility in respect of connection to or the content of third party links contained on the Website, nor does it guarantee the absence of viruses or other elements in said links which may cause alterations to the User’s computer (hardware and software), files or documents, including responsibility for any damages of any kind caused to the User for this reason.

8. APPLICABLE LAW AND JURISDICTION

The rendering of the Website service and the general conditions described herein are governed by Spanish law. In accordance with the law, the parties expressly renounce any other local or regional law that may correspond to them, agreeing to submit to the jurisdiction of the Courts and Tribunals of the city of Madrid, Spain.