Legal Notice

General terms of use www.institutmarques.ie/

1. Introduction and Company Identification

This document is intended to establish and regulate the standards of use and safeguarding of data from www.institutmarques.ie/ (hereinafter the “Site”), understood as all the pages and contents, owned by Institut Marquès Obstetrics and Gynaecology SLP (Hereinafter IM), to which are accessed through the http://www.institutmarques.ie/ domain and its subdomains.
The use of this website and associated microsites constitutes an agreement with all the Terms and Conditions listed below:
We state that the owner of this site is INSTITUT MARQUES IRELAND, LIMITED (IMI), established in – ABBEY HALL Abbeylands, Clane, Co. Kildare W91 N500 (Ireland) – and email address: info@institutmarques.ie, Company Number: 532429.
We understand included on this website all associated microsites that can be accessed from this website, except those microsites specifically identified with own conditions of use, in which case those will be applied to them.
This Legal Notice regulates access and use of the Site service that IMI offers to internet users without prejudice that access to some services may require the acceptance of specific conditions.
The use of the Site attributes the condition of user (hereinafter “user”) who agrees to use the services in accordance with the law, morals, good customs and public order, as well as with the provisions of this Legal warning.
Given the international dimension of IM, it could happen that the specific legal conditions for access to the contents were different depending on the country where access occurs.

2. Intellectual Property

The contents and graphics that are part of the site (images, sounds, text, files, source code, logos, trademarks, design or any other, including microsites that IMI has created) if otherwise not indicated, are exclusively owned by IMI or third natural or legal persons which have been approved for use and are subject to protection under the rules on Irish Industrial Intellectual Property.
If the user observes or believes that any of the content used by IMI may violate copyright, please contact immediately the Process Area, Quality and Protection Act through mail: calidad@institutomarques.com.

3. User’s Responsibility

Access to this site and its associated microsites are the sole responsibility of users. The risks arising from the use of the Site and microsites shall be the sole and exclusive responsibility of the users. IMI does not guarantee: the infallibility, availability, continuity, inexistence of defects or safety of the site and microsites associated, the content or the information that passes through them is free of viruses or other harmful elements, etc.

4. Limitation of Liability

This web site and associated microsites may contain general information on diseases or medical conditions and treatment. Such information is provided for information and educational purposes, it does not constitute a diagnostic and in no case replaces the medical advice given by a qualified health professional.

5. Changes and updates

IMI reserves the right to modify and update, at any time and without prior notice, the information contained in the Web and its associated microsites, configuration, availability and presentation of those, as well as the present conditions use.

6. Protection of personal data

Users of the services offered through the Site and microsites partners are voluntarily providing personal data and expressly accept in full and without reservation that IMI incorporates this data into the file of medical history, with the following purposes: answer to their requests, provide access to private customer area if appropriate, respond to the information requested, consultation or / and registration in any of our activities, to get in touch with you and send you communications with information about our services or products. IMI is responsible for the file mentioned, and this is registered in the General Data Protection Registry.
The owners of the data have the right to access their personal data at all times and may change, cancel and oppose according to the terms established in the Data Protection Act 1988 and the Data Protection (Amendment) Act 2003 which transposes Irish law the EU Data Protection Directive 95/46 / EC.
To exercise the above rights, the User will direct a letter to the Department Process Area, Quality and Protection Act of IMI with the reference: “Personal data” and deliver it to the reception of IMI – ABBEY HALL Abbeylands, Clane, W91 N500 Co. Kildare (Ireland) – or you can ask for the forms of rights by sending an email to calidad@institutomarques.com with the same reference.
IMI guarantees that it has taken appropriate security measures in its facilities, systems and files. In addition, IMI guarantees the confidentiality of personal data. Your data will not be transferred to third parties or used for any other purpose other than that the one set out in this notice, unless a law provides otherwise.
The User is responsible for the accuracy of personal information provided to IMI and the communication of any changes.

7. Cookies Policy

In compliance with the normative contained in the ePrivacy Regulations 2011 (SI 336 of 2011) Deal with data protection for phone, e-mail, SMS and Internet use, which in turn have transposed into Irish law the e Privacy Directive 2002/58 / EC (as amended by Directive 2006/24 / EC and 2009/136 / EC), we inform you of the use of cookies on this website and associated microsites.
Cookies are small text files size, often encrypted, a web server hosts / records on the user’s computer or device when accessing the website. These cookies can store identification of the website and the places visited by the user. Failure to allow the use of cookies, certain services or functionality of the website will not be available to the user.
This web site and associated microsites use the following cookies:
• Technical and / or session cookies to facilitate user navigation and proper functioning of our website. These cookies will disappear once the browsing session is finished.
• Cookies for authentication as a registered user to log on to the pages that require identification / authentication. These cookies are necessary to access the services or content restricted to users identified and authenticated.
• Analysis Cookies (Google Analytics, etc). These cookies are used to analyze the visits made by the user, the places and times the user is browsing the website.
If you do not consent to these treatments, do not accept cookies.
You can set your browser to refuse to accept cookies, or set your browser so that these cookies are deleted automatically once the browser, computer or device is closed. For more information we make available the following links.
Google Chrome
Google Chrome for iOS and Android
Mozilla Firefox
Internet Explorer
Safari
Safari for iOS (iPhone and iPad)

8. Security

The Site and its associated microsites use security techniques generally accepted in the information industry, such as firewalls, access control procedures and cryptographic mechanisms, all in order to prevent unauthorized access to data. To achieve this, the user agrees that the provider can obtain data for purposes of authentication for access control.
Any process that could lead to the introduction of high-level personal data (health, etc.) are always transmitted via secure communication protocol (https: // …), so that no third party has access to information transmitted electronically.
RapidSSL® certify that the information contained herein have been encoded or encrypted to ensure the security and privacy of Internet users.

9. Other third party cookies

Some cookies that have been set on our websites are not related to Institute Marques Ireland. When you visit a page with content embedded from, for example, YouTube or Facebook, These service providers set their own cookies May on your web browser.
We do not check the use of these cookies and cannot access them due to the way cookies work, as cookies can only be accessed by the party who originally set them. You should check the third party websites for more information about these cookies.

10. Applicable Law and Jurisdiction

These conditions shall be governed by Irish law, which applies in matters not provided in this Legal Notice regarding interpretation, validity and execution.
IMI and the user expressly renounces any other jurisdiction, they submit to the Courts of the city of Dublin for any dispute or question relating to this website or activities developed.