Galician Tourism Blog
These provisions regulate the use of the internet blog service (hereinafter, the “Blog”) that the Galician Tourism Agency makes available to internet users.
The Xunta de Galicia is the owner of the second level domain “turismo.gal” and of the different elements included in it.
The content provided through this Blog is issued for informational purposes only. Although every effort will be made to ensure that the information contained is accurate and up-to-date, the Galician Tourism Agency does not guarantee the absence of errors in the content of this Blog, nor that it is fully up-to-date.
The Galician Tourism Agency will not be held responsible, directly or indirectly, for damages and losses of any nature that may occur to the computer system of the user or third parties (both hardware and software) or to the documents stored in it. , nor of the possible benefits not obtained by them, as a result of the user’s access to this service and due to computer viruses, force majeure, fortuitous event, failure or error of the communication lines, or the defective presentation of the service or failure in the internet network, breakdowns or other causes outside the Galician Tourism Agency. In the same way, it is not responsible for the damages that could be caused by the illegitimate or inappropriate use of the tools and information contained in the Blog, with the exception of all those actions that result from the application of the legal provisions to which it must submit to the strict exercise of its powers.
The Galician Tourism Agency does not assume any responsibility derived from the connection or content of links to external pages over which it has no control, and the user of this Blog must, in any case, abide by the specific conditions of use of the said links.
The Galician Tourism Agency reserves the right to make, at any time and without prior notice, modifications and updates to the information contained or in its configuration or presentation.
The use of this Blog service gives you the status of a user of this and implies full and unreserved acceptance of each of the provisions included in this Legal Notice in the version published at the time you access the Website. , as well as, where appropriate, in the specific conditions on personal data protection.
As a user, you agree to use this service respecting the law, morality, good customs and public order and, in particular, to comply with the following obligations:
a) Use the service diligently, correctly and loyally, always respecting current legislation, morality, good customs and public order.
b) Do not modify or try to modify in any way, or perform actions or use means to simulate the appearance or functions of the blog service.
c) Refrain from carrying out actions that may introduce computer viruses, worms, Trojan horses or any other kind of malicious code that may interrupt, destroy or limit the functionalities of the service.
y) In any case, not to carry out any action that may go against the rights or interests of the Galician Tourism Agency or third parties.
Conditions relating to comments posted on the Blog
The participation of the users in the comments to the contents of the Blog implies full and unreserved adherence to these conditions, reserving the Galician Tourism Agency the right to deny or withdraw access to said resources ex officio at the request of a third, without prior notice, to those users who fail to comply with them.
Regarding comments, content and any other similar service offered through the Blog, due to the purpose of this tool, those contents that do not fit the proposed themes may be moderated, that is, blocked or deleted. Likewise, any offensive, violent, discriminatory comment or comment that may have disturbed the normal functioning of the Blog will be removed. In particular, the publication of promotions and links to commercial offers is prohibited, as well as any other use for advertising purposes. If any user is affected by illegal actions or actions that contravene these conditions, or detects misuse of the Blog by other users, they may inform the Galician Tourism Agency so that it can moderate or eliminate the themselves. In any case, the Galician Tourism Agency is not responsible for the comments included by users that only express the opinion of their author.
In accordance with the provisions of the regulations on data protection, prior to disseminating personal data of third parties through this Blog, users must have the consent of the affected persons, refraining from including the aforementioned information in case contrary. In any case, users are recommended to take special care when publishing said content, to avoid putting the privacy and intimacy of people around them at risk, as well as not publishing physical contact information, which allows anyone know where you live, where you work or study daily, or the places of leisure that you dream of frequenting.
Intellectual and industrial property
The intellectual property rights of this Blog and the elements contained in it are the property of the General Administration and the regional public sector of Galicia.
The information available on this Blog, unless expressly stated otherwise, is susceptible to reuse, and its total or partial reproduction, modification, distribution and communication, for commercial and non-commercial uses, is authorized, subject to the following conditions:
- The distortion of the content of the information is prohibited in any circumstance.
- The user is obliged to cite the source of the documents to be reused.
This license does not reduce or restrict the exclusive rights of the holder of intellectual property rights, such as the design of the Blog and source codes, trademarks, trade names, logos or distinctive signs, in accordance with the Intellectual Property Law or any other laws. applicable.
This blog uses its own cookies, necessary for its proper functioning, and third-party cookies for analytical purposes.
A cookie is a small text file that a website/blog can download to a computer for the purpose of obtaining and retrieving information when you browse. Its purposes are varied, for example, recognizing you as a user, obtaining information about your browsing habits or personalizing the way in which the content is displayed.
The different types of cookies used in this blog can be classified into the three categories indicated below. Having said this, it is necessary to take into account that the same cookie can be included in more than one category.
Types of cookies according to the period of time they remain activated:
Session cookies: they are created temporarily and are deleted once the website/blog is left.
Persistent cookies: they remain in the browser for a set period of time and are activated each time the website/blog that created that cookie is visited.
Types of cookies according to the entity that manages them:
Own cookies: those sent to your computer and managed exclusively by the Xunta de Galicia, which only obtains and keeps information related to session data and language. These are necessary for the correct functioning and visualization of the portal/blog by the users.
Third-party cookies: when they are sent from a domain managed by another entity other than the Xunta de Galicia.
Types of cookies according to their purpose:
Technical cookies: those that allow the user to navigate through the portal and the use of the services available on it.
Analytical cookies: those that allow the measurement and analysis of the behavior of the users in the portal in order to introduce improvements in it.
Preference cookies: those that allow information to be remembered and personalize the experience of users, such as the chosen language.
Description of cookies
This portal uses the following cookies:
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If you wish to restrict, reject or eliminate the cookies installed on your computer, we suggest that you modify your browser settings. Get all the necessary information in the following links:
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In the event that you decide to reject all cookies, we inform you that certain services or portal/blog functionalities may not respond correctly.
Personal data protection
The users of this Blog have at their disposal all the information related to the processing of personal data carried out by the Xunta de Galicia, including the way in which they can exercise their rights, contact with data protection delegates and delegates and other aspects according to the terms required by the European Regulation on the protection of personal data and Organic Law 3/2018, of December 5, on the protection of personal data and guarantee of digital rights, at the following link: Information on the protection of personal data (https://www.xunta.gal/informacion-xeral-proteccion-datos).
Use of languages
Article 13 of Law 39/2015, of October 1, on the Common Administrative Procedure of Public Administrations, recognizes the right of people in their relations with public Administrations to use the official languages in the territory of their Autonomous Community second that provided for in this Law and in the rest of the legal system. For these purposes, the Blog will enable access to its content in Galician and Spanish.
Applicable law and jurisdiction
The questions or controversies related to the use of this Blog or its contents will be governed and interpreted, in each and every one of its extremes, in accordance with this Legal Notice and the state and regional legislation of Galicia, submitting the parties, for any question litigation arising from them, to the jurisdiction and exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts and Tribunals of the city of Santiago de Compostela (A Coruña) except in cases where it is not legally permitted, expressly waiving any other forum that had could match them.