In order to fulfil the Law 34/2002 of July 11, with respect to information society services and e-commerce, the company’s identifying details are listed below.
These conditions are valid from the date they were last updated. Ymbra reserves the right to modify them at any time, in which case they will come into effect as soon as they are published and they will be valid and applicable from that date on for all Internet users.
Ymbra reserves the right to make modifications and partially or totally omit the current content of the web site whenever it deems necessary, as well as impede or restrict access temporarily or permanently.
The graphic design and texts as well as the information and the content brought together on http://ymbra.com are protected by Spanish law covering intellectual and industrial property rights in favour of Ymbra and total or partial reproduction or publication of the web site are not permitted, nor are computer processing, distribution, advertising, modification, transformation or decompiling of the site, and the other legal rights legally recognizing its owner, without the previous written consent of Ymbra.
The user may utilize the material that appears on this web site uniquely and exclusively for personal and private use, remaining prohibited its use for commercial purposes or for incurring in illegal activities. All of the rights deriving from intellectual property are expressly reserved for Ymbra.
Ymbra will make sure the previous conditions are fulfilled and that the content presented on its web pages is used correctly, carrying out all the civil and penal actions that correspond to them in the event of infraction or noncompliance of these rights on behalf of the user.
In accordance with the precepts in Constitutional Law 15/1999 for the Protection of Personal Information, Ymbra wishes to inform the users of its web site of the following:
Ymbra does not guarantee that virus or other damaging elements will not cause damage or alterations to your computer system, files or electronic documents due to the use of its online consultation service. As a result, Ymbra will not be held responsible for damages or losses that said warnings may cause the user or third parties.
Ymbra will not be held responsible for damages or losses that occur or may occur, whatever their nature, arising from the use of the information, the material provided on the web site and the programs incorporated in it. The links and hypertext that allow the user to access services offered by third parties through the web site http://ymbra.com, do not belong to Ymbra nor are they under its control. Ymbra will not be held responsible for the information contained in these links nor for any effects that may arise from this information.
Definitively, the User is the only one responsible for the use he makes of the services, content, links and hypertext included on the web site http://ymbra.com.
Cookies are also used to maintain sessions. Sessions allow us to maintain information from any page in our server, from when you enter our web site until you close your browser. We use sessions in our shopping cart and when you access the private sections of the web site, for example. Session cookies are not stored in your computer.
If you wish, you can configure your browser in such a way that a warning notice appears if you are going to receive a cookie. You can also configure your computer in such a way so that it does not receive these cookies. However, this will impede you from accessing information on the web site http://ymbra.com.
Ymbra commits itself to not carrying out misleading advertising through this medium.
To this effect, they will therefore not be considered misleading advertising formal or numeric errors that can be found within the content of the various sections of Ymbra’s web site, arising from incomplete or defective maintenance or updating of the information contained in these sections. Ymbra, as a result of what is stipulated in this section, commits itself to correcting these errors as soon as it finds out about them.
Ymbra commits itself to not sending commercial messages without identifying them as such, in accordance with Law 34/2002 on Information Society Services and e-commerce. To this effect not all of the information sent to Ymbra’s clients will be considered as commercial messages, as long as its purpose is to maintain the contractual relationship between the client and Ymbra as well as to carry out tasks related to information, training and other activities related to the service the client has ordered from the company.