Privacy policy and conditions

Euskadiko Kirol Portuak. Puertos deportivos de Euskadi, through the Internet portal www.ekpsa.eus, provides information of general interest to the public within the framework of the powers it has and exercises in the matter of granting, amending and terminating concessions and administrative authorisations, surveillance and inspection, administration of attached port infrastructures and the provision of port services and the management, settlement, collection and inspection of taxes and other financial contributions of a public nature in accordance with its functions established in the entity's articles of association and in Law 2/2018, of 28 June, on Ports and Maritime Transport in the Basque Country.

Conditions of use of the portal

The user undertakes to make proper use of the platform and not to use it to engage in illegal activities or those contrary to good faith or the legal framework (to give some non-exhaustive examples); cause damage to the physical and logical systems of the responsible party, its suppliers or third parties, introduce or spread in the Internet computer viruses or any other physical or logical systems that may cause the aforementioned damage, including any that violate or damage the honour, personal or family privacy or the image of people, property rights or rights of any other nature belonging to a third party as a result of the transmission, dissemination, storage, making available, reception, obtaining or access to the content or image of third parties; the carrying out of actions constituting unfair competition or illegal advertising as a consequence of the transmission, dissemination, storage, making available, reception, obtaining or access to the content; the lack of veracity, accuracy, completeness, relevance and/or timeliness of the contents, the user, in any case, holding the Public Entity harmless against any judicial or extrajudicial claim.

The user is solely responsible for any contents, comments and files they may make available through the web portal, so they are obliged not to publish or upload any files (understood as video, audio, text, etc.) covered by the intellectual or industrial property rights of third parties, unless the legal holder of such rights has granted a licence or formal authorisation in keeping with the conditions of use set out on this platform.

The accessing or use of the portal for purposes contrary to the legislation or not authorised in these conditions of use in which there is a conflict of interests with the author of the content are not permitted and therefore the consequences of such action will be the sole responsibility of the users.

For all these purposes, the Public Entity reserves the right to inform and collaborate in a timely manner with the security forces and with the competent legal authorities if it detects any infringement of the current legislation or suspects that any illegal act is being performed.

In the same way, under no circumstances will the Public Entity be liable for:

Intellectual property and conditions of use

The Public Entity Público Euskadiko Kirol Portual Puertos Deportivos de Euskadi is the holder of all the industrial and intellectual property rights relating to the portal. The name Euskadiko Kirol Portual Puertos Deportivos de Euskadi (EKP), as well as other distinctive marks (logos, graphics or text) that appear on the portal are the exclusive property of the Public Entity and therefore their use by third parties who do not have the express authorisation of the local entity is prohibited.

Similarly, the Public Entity is the owner of the exploitation rights over the audio-visual material used to publicise its public services, consisting of videos and photographs and made available to third parties on this Internet portal, and in this way they may only be used in accordance with the following conditions:

Data protection and privacy

In accordance with the provisions of article 13 of the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC) and article 11 of Organic Law 3/2018, of 5 December, on the Protection of Personal Data and guarantee of digital rights, the Public Entity governed by Private Law Euskadiko Kirol Portual Puertos Deportivos de Euskadi is the data controller responsible for the processing activities published on the transparency portal https://www.euskadi.eus/registro-de-actividades-de-tratamiento-rat/web01-aprat/es/ whose structure can be consulted using the following links:

In general, through this Internet portal, Euskadi Kirol Portuak may collect personal data from members of the public as part of the responsibilities is exercises and implements, mainly for the purpose of granting, amending and terminating administrative concessions and administrative authorisations, as well as surveillance and inspection, administration of attached port infrastructures and the provision of port services, the management, settlement, collection and inspection of taxes and other financial contributions of a public nature in accordance with its functions established in the entity’s articles of association and in Law 2/2018, of 28 June, on Ports and Maritime Transport in the Basque Country.

Cookies

Law 34/2002 of 11 July, on information society services and electronic commerce, is not applicable to the Public Administrations since they do not have the nature of a provider of information society services as defined in the Annex of the aforementioned Law.

Notwithstanding the foregoing, and for information and transparency purposes, the Internet portal of the public entity governed by private law Euskadiko Kirol Portuak uses cookies and similar technologies to store and recover data while browsing.

Cookies are files that can be downloaded to a computer through web pages. They are tools that play an essential role in the provision of many information society services. Among others, they allow a website to store and recover information about the browsing habits of a user or their computer and, depending on the information obtained, they can be used to recognise the user and improve the service offered.

Cookies can be “first-party” or “third party” depending on the entity managing them; they can also be “session” or “persistent” depending on the length of time they remain in the browser. Depending on the purpose behind the processing of the data obtained, they can be technical cookies, personalisation cookies or analytical cookies. Advertising and behavioural advertising cookies are not used.

This Internet portal uses technical, personalisation and analytical cookies. Specifically, it uses technical session login cookies, personalisation cookies for user preferences and Google Analytics, a website analytics service provided by Google, to analyse browsing on the web pages. In the browser you can see three cookies from this service, as shown in the table below. They are used to quantify the number of users and statistically measure and analyse the use of the portal in order to improve the service provided:

Cookies used:

Cookie Purpose of the cookie Type Supplier Duration
PHPSESSID Stores session data Technical First-party Session
NID Stores information about your preferences Personalization Third-party (Google) 6 months
_ga Distinguishes users Analytical Third-party (Google) 2 years
_gat Limits the % of requests Analytical Third-party (Google) 24 hours
_gid Distinguishes users Analytical Third-party (Google) 1 minute

Configuring the acceptance, use and where relevant blocking of third-party cookies must be carried out from the browser settings or from the system offered by the third party itself.

For more information on the configuration and blocking of cookies in your browser, please see the following instructions (you are recommended to specifically choose those you wish to delete or block):

Applicable law and jurisdiction

The current legislation will determine the legal rules that must govern the relationships between the Public Entity and the users of the web portal, as well as the jurisdiction applying to them. However, in those cases where this current legislation does not create the obligation for the parties to submit to a specific jurisdiction, the Public Entity and the users, expressly waiving any other jurisdiction that may correspond to them, submit to the Courts and Tribunals of Vitoria.

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