In accordance with Law 15/2003 of 18 December, on the protection of qualified personal data, we inform that all data that can be provided by users will be treated with absolute confidentiality.
Only, in order to offer a better service through this site and to facilitate its use, we analyze the number of pages viewed, number of visits, as well as the activity and frequency of use of users. These data are used for the sole purpose of obtaining anonymous statistical information on the use of the site and to check its specific technical operation, they are canceled immediately after the treatment.
All rights reserved. Access to this site is subject to the following conditions:
Keepser group® is not responsible for any damage caused by access to the site or the impossibility to access it, it is responsible for information obtained through links to external systems that do not depend on Keepser group®.
Only personal use of images and files that can be downloaded from the web is allowed. Commercial use is prohibited. It is forbidden to change the site or its contents.
Keepser group® owns, or has obtained, the appropriate license rights for the use and reproduction of this site, as well as the intellectual property rights of the structure, the selection, arrangement and presentation of the contents, products and services. / or services, and computer programs used to produce it.
The access, navigation, use, hosting and / or downloading, content, products and / or services of this site must not under any circumstances waive, license or transfer in whole or in part the rights mentioned herein. – top by Keepser group®. It is prohibited to use the content, products and / or services of this site for the inclusion in whole or in part on other sites, as well as to modify, copy, reuse, exploit, reproduce, modify, communicate, publish, download, send, mail, transmit, use, process, distribute in any way, any or all of the content, products and / or services on this site, or perform any other act of exploitation and reproduction on any public or commercial purposes, without prior written permission from Keepser group ®.
Keepser group® also owns or has obtained the appropriate license to publish content on various media platforms, which include, but are not limited to, YouTube, Twitter, Vimeo, and Google +.
Keepser group® is the sole owner of all rights to its brand, as well as the Internet domain www.keepser.com. Therefore, it prohibits the use of it in any way without the express, prior written consent of Keepser group®.
If the user realizes the existence of any illegal content, contrary to the law or involving a violation of intellectual property rights and / or industrial, must notify Keepser group® so that it can take appropriate measures.
The user of this site agrees to respect the rights stated and to avoid any action that could harm them, and in any case Keepser group® reserves the exercise of all media and legal actions that correspond to the defence of their legitimate rights.
This site, which is only informative in terms of the content, products and / or services offered by Keepser group®, does not constitute an offer or a request for any product or service, nor does it imply a contractual or pre-contractual relationship.
Keepser group® cannot guarantee or be responsible for the access to the website or its continuity, nor the access to their contents, products and / or services, or the update, the correction, the precision, the reliability, the utility, performance, or suitability or any damage that may occur.
Keepser group® is not responsible for the presence of viruses and / or other harmful elements on this site or the server that provides, or the vulnerability of the website / security measures that should be adopted or the damages that may be caused to the user’s computer system (hardware and software) or information (in the broad sense of the term) that is stored as a result of the use of this website or content, the products and / or services; or damage that may occur.
Keepser group® is not responsible for any information, comments or published content, including but not limited to forums, chats, blogs, social networks or any other means of inserting content regardless of this site nor for any damage that may occur.
Keepser group® is not responsible for the information or any other content on the websites of third parties accessible via links or announced on this site, nor its access by the user, or the results obtained following this access, or damage that may occur. The inclusion of a link to this site cannot be considered in any way as a recommendation for use by the user.
Any disputes that may arise regarding the fulfilment of these conditions and which are not resolved amicably on a possible violation of Keepser group®, for which we have allocated, if necessary, personnel and technical means. In this case, each party must bear the costs of the human and technical resources that are allocated.
The day after the date on which Keepser group® communicates the reason for the written protest of the alleged violation, both parties have one calendar month to reach an agreement. Otherwise, if Keepser group® could not make such a communication or, after having made this dispute resolution procedure, Keepser group® could take legal action.
These conditions are governed by Andorran legislation, with an express submission to the jurisdiction of the Andorran courts
This policy explains when and why cookies are used during your visits to our online sites and services (« Website ») and how you can authorize, block or delete them.
Cookies are text files that contain a small amount of information. They are downloaded to your device when you visit our Website. Cookies are used to facilitate navigation on the site, to record your preferences and to improve the user experience. They also allow you to present relevant advertisements, according to your interests.
Session cookies – This type of cookie is only activated during the current Internet session and has a short life. As soon as you close the browser, all session cookies are deleted.
Permanent cookies – This type of cookie remains on the user’s device for the duration specified in the cookie.
Third-Party Cookies – This type of cookie is used by authorized third-party entities.
To provide you with the best possible experience using the website and to better understand the needs of our visitors, we may need to use applications or features managed by a third-party organization (such as an ad network, service provider, or service provider), analysis of internet traffic, etc.). This feature may require these third-party entities to place cookies that are beyond our control on your system. These cookies are probably analytics / performance cookies or advertising cookies. However, we do not allow third parties to use these cookies for any other activity not mentioned in this policy. All information collected is consolidated and therefore anonymous.
By continuing to use our Website, you authorize us to place this type of cookie on your device.
By default, browsers are set to allow cookies, but they can be set to block some or all cookies, or to notify you before a cookie is placed on your device.
You can easily delete all cookies installed in your browser’s cookie folder. Click on the « Help » function of your browser and enter « Cookies » in the search field to consult the instructions for authorizing, blocking or deleting cookies.
If you disable all cookies, you will not be able to use all the features of our Website and some pages may not display properly.
We may detect if users open our emails. In this case, e-mails sent by our services or by our trusted partners may contain a « pixel graphic element » which, when displayed, indicates that the e-mail has been opened. In addition, he may report the use of links or advertisements in the email. We can use this information for different activities, such as determining the most interesting emails for recipients, whether users who do not open our emails want to continue receiving them, and so on. The pixel graphic element is deleted when the email is deleted. If you do not wish to allow us to detect whether or not you have opened our e-mails, or to know when you click on links in one of our e-mails, you must click on the « unsubscribe » link in the e-mail. If you choose to unsubscribe, you will no longer receive emails.
If you do not wish to accept cookies while using our Website, you must either:
What says the European directive, « Internet users must be informed and give their consent prior to the insertion of tracers. They must have the option to choose not to be traced when they visit a site or use an application. Publishers therefore have the obligation to seek prior consent from users. This consent is valid for a maximum of 13 months. Some traces are, however, exempt from the collection of this consent. «
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