1. Use of the website
This Site must be used exclusively for your personal use. Modification, reproduction, duplication, copying, distribution, sale, resale and other forms of exploitation, whether for commercial purposes or not, are prohibited. All intellectual property rights over the Site and its contents are held by the CEOA unless expressly stated otherwise. The CEOA grants you only limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable use to view the content for your personal, non-commercial use only.
The User acknowledges that the contents of this Site (texts, images, graphics, sound and animation and all other information provided) are protected by intellectual property rights and is obliged to respect such rights.
2. Limitation of liability
2.1. Links to other sites
The CEOA does not sponsor any of the Sites to which there are links, nor any Site that has a link to its Site, and does not accept responsibility, approve or in any way support or subscribe the content of these Sites, or of the Sites linked to or on them referred to.
The Internet is a worldwide network of computers and any information sent or transmitted by you will necessarily be forwarded by third party computers. The CEOA is not responsible for failures in the security of communications and assumes no responsibility for the misuse of your information by third parties.
The CEOA is not responsible for the legality, reliability or quality of any content made available there, nor for the compliance with the legal rules applicable in relation to the content available there, the use of these links being the sole responsibility of the Users.
The CEOA acknowledges that access and use of our Site may be interrupted and that the information on the Site may contain bugs, errors, technical failures, problems or other limitations and that access may be impossible at certain times.
The CEOA makes its best efforts so that the Site does not have any type of virus or other elements, which are dangerous for your computer or mobile device. However, since the CEOA is unable to fully control the circulation of information over the Internet, it cannot guarantee that it does not contain any type of virus or other elements that could damage your computer or mobile device.
The CEOA is not responsible for any damages caused by the use of the Site and excludes any liability, direct or indirect, for the use of the Site.
The CEOA takes all necessary and legally required precautions to guarantee the protection of the information collected from its users through the CEOA website. In this sense, the CEOA applies the necessary technical measures to guarantee a level of security appropriate to the specific risk in question. These precautions seek to ensure the security of this information online and offline.
3. Personal data
The information made available on the CEOA website essentially aims to clarify and inform Users about aspects related to the activity and services provided by the CEOA, as well as to the products promoted and marketed by it. For a complete list of Centrooptico stores, see this link.
4.1. Liability and guarantees
The Site was developed with the interests of our Users in mind, with the objective of disseminating and informing about their activity, namely in the provision of hearing and eye health care. However, we cannot guarantee that the Site or any functionality available on it will meet any needs and expectations that you have or that serve your specific purposes. In particular, the information provided on the Site does not constitute any medical opinion, so it is advisable to use a suitably qualified professional whenever the User needs more specific advice.
The CEOA also does not guarantee that any advice, recommendation or information, of any kind, of the CEOA’s responsibility, presented or made available on the Site, or obtained through its use, is current, rigorous, complete or free from errors – the CEOA informs it assumes no legal duty in this matter.
6. Your Rights as a Personal Data Holder under the GDPR
Under the terms of the GDPR, as a holder of personal data and in relation to the personal data subject to treatment by the CEOA, you have the following rights, to be exercised under the terms of the GDPR and other applicable personal data legislation:
- The right of access to your personal data;
- The right to rectify your personal data;
- The right to erase your personal data;
- The right to limit the processing of your personal data;
- The right to portability of the personal data provided by you;
- The right to object to a specific treatment of personal data concerning you;
- The right not to be subject to any decision made solely on the basis of automated processing.
The CEOA will endeavour to deem appropriate under the applicable legislation to provide, correct or delete your personal data, which are processed by the CEOA.
To exercise these rights, as the holder of the personal data in question, you can contact the CEOA through the following email address or mailing address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If the referred requests are manifestly unfounded or excessive, namely due to their repetitive nature, the CEOA may:
- require the respective holder of personal data to pay a reasonable fee taking into account the administrative costs of providing the information or communication, or taking the requested measures; or
- refuse to comply with the request.
When the treatment is based on your consent, the user of the CEOA website has the right to withdraw their consent at any time, without compromising the lawfulness of the treatment given by the CEOA to their personal data based on the consent previously given.
For the exercise of the rights of holders of personal data referred to above, or for any other question related to the protection of your personal data, privacy or information security, you can contact CEOA through the following email email@example.com describing the subject briefly and indicating an email address, telephone number or address for a reply by CEOA.
For your information, the CEOA’s general contacts are constant and accessible at firstname.lastname@example.org.
8. Applicable law
Last updated March 30, 2020.