Ceit has its registered office in: Paseo de Manuel Lardizabal, Nº 15, 20018 Donostia-San Sebastian. For further information please contact us:
Phone: +34 943 212800
Ceit’s website is designed to heighten awareness of the company, its activities and services. All those who access or navigate on our website are considered users.
Users can freely access the website, without charge, at the following address: www.ceit.es with the exception of the password-protected pages, such as Intranet.
Intellectual and industrial ownership
As reflected in article 10 of law 34/2002, from July, the 11th, about Information Services and e-commerce, we inform the user that Ceit’s legal holder, reserves all rights of Intellectual Ownership of this website. Consequently, it is entitled to change, at any moment and without prior notice, its contents (graphic design, text, codes).
Ceit also holds the copyright, controlling, and amongst other aspects, the reproduction, distribution, public communication and transformation of the website.
Any reproduction, distribution, commercialisation or transformation of the contents of the web page which has not been expressly authorised by its owners constitutes an infraction of the rights of Intellectual and Industrial Ownership protected by article 270 and subsequent articles of the Penal Code.
Ceit promises to keep all of the data provided by its users highly confidential and not to pass this data on to third parties, in accordance with LORTAD's principles for protection of personal data (Constitutional Law 15/1999, 13th December).
In accordance with the aforementioned law, and with the objective of guaranteeing the protection and privacy of your personal data, Ceit informs you that the data you provide us with will be stored in an automated data file registered with the Data Protection Agency.
This data will be used exclusively for the purposes outlined in the form filled out by the user. Ceit is responsible for this file and you can contact us by writing to (Paseo de Manuel Lardizabal, Nº 15, 20018 Donostia – San Sebastian, in order to exercise your right to access, rectification, cancellation and opposition or by clicking here to send an e-mail.
Ceit guarantees the confidentiality and security of your data, which will not be passed on to third parties.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files which are downloaded into your equipment when accessing a web page.
They are not malignant virus but tools which play an essential role for the provision of numerous services in Internet. Among other things, they help to remember the language in which you wish to browse in the web site, compiles statistics to optimize the site's functionality or so that you may share our contents in your social networks.
What types of cookies does this web page use?
- Technical Cookies. These cookies are solely created and managed by us to permit the browsing in our web page and the use of its different options and services.
- Analysis Cookies. These cookies are processed by us or third parties and they allow us to quantify the number of users as well as perform the measurement and statistical analysis of the use of our web site.
We do not obtain information about the user's personal data under any circumstances, thus assuring the protection of the privacy of the people who browse in the web site.
How to deactivate our cookies (or any others)
Although the majority of browsers automatically accept cookies, you may modify the configuration of your browser to permit, block or delete the cookies installed in your equipment.
- How to configure the cookies in Internet Explorer.
- How to configure the cookies in Google Chrome.
- How to configure the cookies in Firefox.
- How to configure the cookies in Safari.
www.ceit.es provides links to other sites which are property of third parties. The objective of these links is solely to provide the User with the opportunity to discover complementary information.
Ceit does not, under any circumstance, assume responsibility for anything that may occur through access to the mentioned links.
Likewise, we do not assume the responsibility for the possible security errors that may arise through the use of non-up-dated versions of navigators, nor for the problems that may appear due to navigator malfunction, caused by inadequate configuration, computer virus or any other cause not related to our company.
Applicable law and jurisdiction
In the case of any contentious matter concerning www.ceit.es, Spanish legislation will be applied, and the Law Courts and Tribunals of the city of Donostia-San Sebastian (Spain) considered competent for the resolution of all conflicts caused by or linked to the use of the present web page.
The present Conditions for Use will be guided by the relevant Spanish legislation.
In the case of any discrepancy or controversy upon interpretation or application of the present Conditions for Use, Ceit and the User, will, forsaking any other legal authority, submit their case to the jurisdiction of the Law Courts and Tribunals of Donostia-San Sebastian. Supposing the User resides outside Spain, he will, forsaking any other legal authority, submit his case to the jurisdiction of the Law Courts and Tribunals of the city of Donostia-San Sebastian.