SEAT, S.A.U. (hereinafter, “SEAT”) is a Spanish company, with registered office at Martorell (Barcelona), Autovía A-2, Km. 585, with Spanish Tax Identification Number (N.I.F) A-62.390.653, duly registered in the Commercial Registry of Barcelona, General Volume 43621, folio 205, Page number B-223602 whose contact email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
SEAT is the holder of all intellectual property rights or any other rights over the web portal “SEAT Collection” (hereinafter, “Web Portal” or “Web”).
User acknowledges and voluntarily and expressly accepts that the use of the Web Portal is made under his/her sole and exclusive responsibility at all times.
- Purpose and Scope
The aim of the Web Portal is to promote to Users the goods and services offered by SEAT and to provide relevant information on the characteristics of the SEAT cars.
For the use of the functionalities offered by the Web Portal, a login or registration is required. To log in, the Users need a user account. If the Users already have it, they may log in with their access data. If not, the Users must register new users in the Web Portal.
- Intellectual and Industrial Property
All rights of Intellectual and Industrial Property of the Web Portal (including but not limited to all information, data, databases, texts, graphics, designs, pictures, sounds, animations, videos, software, logos, trademarks, industrial designs, know-how, industrial or commercial secrets and other contents) are the exclusive property of SEAT and /or its licensors. Therefore, it is prohibited the use, reproduction, transmission, dissemination, disclosure, public communication, processing, distribution, transformation or exploitation of them by the User, in any way, except as part of the service that includes the Web Portal and private purposes only.
When using the Web Portal, the User may not decompile, disassemble or reverse engineer it. Likewise, the User shall refrain from deleting, altering, evading or manipulating any protection device or security system that may be installed in the Web Portal.
The User acknowledges and agrees that the use of the Web Portal does not suppose the transmission of any intellectual or industrial property rights, such as copyrights, trademarks, designs or other rights on the Web Portal, nor constitutes authorization for the creation of developments arising from the Web Portal except of the limited license to use the Web Portal under the terms herein.
Users grant SEAT a non-exclusive, not limited, transferable and sub-licensable right of use over the non-personal data, especially technical data and data which the personal reference was erase (anonymized data) and over any content, ideas, suggestions, material and information included by the User in the Web Portal, for the maximum term permitted by law and for its use in the broadest terms by SEAT.
For the Web Portal’s use, the user must explicitly accept the conditions of use in force in each moment and which will be presented in the Web Portal’s screen each time.
Furthermore, SEAT reserves the right to modify, expand or reduce the scope of services comprising the Web Portal, or to change its functions at any time. This is due, in particular, to the fast evolution of new technologies which directs SEAT to perform regular adjustments in technical contents of the Web Portal.
The use of the Web Portal and also the access to offered services are free, for personal and noncommercial use, except for additional features. However, the services offered through the Web Portal could involve data consumption. SEAT is not responsible for the costs of communication, transmission of data or Internet connection incurred by the User. Consult your operator for more information.
The User agrees not to misuse the Web Portal, and not to use or distribute information through the same to:
- Use the Web Portal or a part of it in other private or commercial websites and make commercial use of the Web Portal; nor to establish hyperlinks to the Web Portal or any of its contents (unless expressly authorized in writing by SEAT).
- Pass on virus or other harmful component that may affect, impairs or damage the Web Portal or any connected network or which may interfere with the use and enjoyment of the Web Portal by other users.
- Disclose, extract, reuse, resend or in any way use, totally or partially, in any medium or support of any of the parts of the Web Platform belonging to SEAT without the prior and express consent of the company.
- Notification of potential violations
SEAT respects third parties rights and the applicable law. The User of this Web Portal is bound to do the same.
If any User detects an offensive use of the Web Portal and/or for unlawful purposes, User shall notify SEAT by sending an email to email@example.com immediately.
- Service and Warranty Exclusion
SEAT will make every effort to ensure the proper operation of the Web Portal. However, SEAT cannot ensure that there will be no interruptions of the service when performing repairs and/or maintenance works on the Web Portal, or lack of coverage or errors in the equipment’s and/or in the necessary network for the data transmission, which are outside its control. SEAT will take the appropriate measures to reduce said interruptions.
Although SEAT makes its best efforts so that the information contained in the Web Portal is updated and accurate, such information has to be considered only as indicative and therefore, its sole purpose is to represent a guiding element in order to provide general data, but not detailed or specific information about products and services appearing in the mentioned website. In this respect, said information can be subject to the changes and should not be understood as representing a firm offer, promotion or marketing of products or services related to SEAT.
In any case, the User shall be fully responsible for the data and content transmitted or communicated to SEAT. SEAT does not control or monitor any of such content, unless otherwise stated by a competent court or an administrative decision. SEAT reserves the right to remove or prevent the display of said content until proven the ownership of the material in question, or the legality of it.
SEAT accepts its share of responsibility pursuant to the current legislation, in particular, as for liability for willful misconduct or gross negligence in connection with the operation of the Web Portal and for guarantees expressly granted by it.
SEAT is not responsible for any possible security errors that may occur or for any damage caused to the User’s device (hardware and software) and/or to the files or documents stored therein as a result of the presence of virus in the User's device used to log in services and contents of the Web Portal, for any failure of the Internet connection, telephone breakdowns, interference, omissions, or disconnections in the operation of the Web Portal caused by factors beyond SEAT's control.
Furthermore, SEAT cannot control the information, content, products or services provided by third parties that have established links to the Web Portal. Consequently, SEAT does not accept any liability that may arise from the use by the User of any third party functionalities, technologies, services or platforms. In this regard, the User undertakes to keep SEAT harmless from any liability or payment of any damages as a consequence of any infringement or incident related to its Use of such third party functionalities, technologies, services or platforms, despite being available through the Web Portal.
- Data protection
- Cookies policy and similar technologies
Users can find more information on this subject in the Cookies Policy.
- Applicable Law, Competent jurisdictional courts
c. The User, in case of acting as a consumer, may also submit any dispute arising from or related to these Conditions of Use to an alternative dispute resolution procedure ("ADR"). The list of ADR platforms available from the European Commission can be found at the following link: https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/odr/main/index.cfm?event=main.home.chooseLanguage.
- Technical requirements
We would like to explain which functional modules are needed to use the Web Platform and what the Users get from these.
Browsers are programs used to view (or "browse") Internet pages. Browsers interpret the Internet page markup language HTML and display it on the computer as a website. Besides displaying text, modern browsers can also display graphics, video clips and other data formats, sometimes with the aid of plug-ins, add-ons or viewers. The browsers currently supported are Internet Explorer (from version 11), Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox (from version 60) and Google Chrome (from version 67).
(ii) Browser settings
We recommend the following browser settings to best view the Web Platform, e.g. Internet Explorer:
When using the Internet Explorer browser, please click as follows: The "Extras" cog wheel in the top right, then "Internet options" and the "Advanced" tab. Under "Multimedia" in the bottom third, tick "Show pictures".
(iii) Recommended plug-ins
We recommend the following plug-in when using the Web Platform:
Acrobat Reader: Acrobat Reader enables the user to view and print out such things as brochures and tables in Portable Document Format (PDF).
(iv) Other requirements:
DSL Internet connection (at least 512k)
Screen resolution: min. 1024 x 768
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