2. ACCESS CONDITIONS AND WEB USE
2.1. Free access and use of the web
The provision of services by SIR is free for all Users.
2.2. User Registration
In general, the provision of the Services does not require prior subscription or registration of Users.
2.3. Veracity of information
All the information provided by the User must be true. For these purposes, the User guarantees the authenticity of the data communicated on the Service subscription forms. It will be responsibility of the User to keep all information provided to SIR permanently updated so that it responds, at all times, to its real situation. In any case, the User will be solely responsible for false or inaccurate statements made and the damages caused to the provider or third parties.
For the use of services, minors must always obtain their parents, guardians or legal representatives consent, who are ultimately responsible for all the acts performed by the minors under their care. The responsibility in determining the specific content to which minors access corresponds to those, that is why if they access inappropriate content through the Internet, they will have to establish mechanisms in their computers, in particular computer programs, filters and blocks, which limit the available contents and, although they are not infallible, they are of special utility to control and restrict the materials to which minors can access.
2.5. Obligation to make proper use of the Web
The User agrees to use the Website according to the Law and this Legal Notice, as well as with moral and good customs. To this effect, the User shall refrain from using the page for illegal or forbidden purposes, harmful to the rights and interests of third parties, or in any way that may damage, disable, overload, deteriorate or prevent the normal use of computer equipment or documents, files and all kinds of content stored on any computer equipment of the provider.
Particularly, and by way of indication but not exhaustively, the User undertakes not to transmit, disseminate or make available to third parties information, data, content, messages, graphics, drawings, sound or image files, photographs, recordings, software and, in general, any kind of material that:
a) is contrary, disregards or attempts against fundamental rights and constitutionally recognized public liberties, in international treaties and other regulations in force;
b) induces, incites or promotes criminal, degrading, defamatory, violent acts or, in general, contrary to law, morality and public order;
c) induces, incites or promotes discriminatory actions, attitudes or thoughts based on sex, race, religion, beliefs, age or condition;
d) is contrary to the right, honour, personal or family privacy or the people’s image;
e) in any way prejudices the credibility of the provider or of third parties; and constitutes illicit, deceptive or unfair advertising.