Legal Notice & General Terms and Conditions
These General Terms and Conditions regulate the relationship between the speakers and attendees (hereinafter, the “Participants”) to the event UP! Privacy Event, (hereinafter, the “Event”) organized by Pridatect, S.L., a Spanish company domiciled in C/ del Marqués de Campo, nº 13, 46007, Valencia, Spain, registered under Barcelona Commercial Registry under number B67077727 and contact email email@example.com & Usercentrics GmbH, a German company with address in Sendlinger Str. 7, 80331 Munich, Germany and contact e-mail for these purposes at firstname.lastname@example.org (hereinafter, jointly referred as the “Organizers”).
You should also read this in conjunction with our privacy policies and cookie policies that apply to any specific applications or platforms on our websites.
Those wishing to participate in the event must register online via the registration tool. Registrations will be processed in the order in which they are received by the Organizers. If the registration for the event can be approved, the Organizers will send a confirmation of registration in writing or by email. The condition of Participant is acquired upon receipt of the confirmation of registration in the case of attendees and upon signature of the agreement with the Organizers (the, “Speaker Agreement”) in the case of speakers.
If the registration for the desired event cannot be approved (e.g., due to a lack of free places), the Organizers shall inform the Participant to that effect and possibly refer it to alternative events.
Changes to the event
The Organizers have the right to relocate the event or change its time frame, engage different speakers than those announced or change the event programme.
If a good cause arises, particularly if any speaker drops out or if there are too few Participants, the Organizers will be able to cancel the event and terminate the relationship with the Participants by way of extraordinary termination. In the specific case of speakers, the reciprocal performance obligations under the Speaker Agreement shall no longer apply and any entitlement to travel and/or accommodation costs or loss of working hours is excluded, unless such costs arise due to intentional action or gross negligence on the part of the Organizers. Any further claims of the are excluded.
The Organizers shall promptly inform the Participants of any changes to the time or venue of the event and of any significant changes to the course of the event, as well as of any cancellation of the event.
The Organizers shall be liable to the extent prescribed by law for damage from injury to life, body or health due to negligent or culpable breach of duty by the Organizers, its legal representatives or vicarious agents and wilful misconduct or gross negligence or under a guarantee.
The Organizers shall only be liable for minor negligence insofar as an obligation is breached whose fulfilment is of particular significance for the achievement of the objective of the Speaker Agreement (‘key obligation’). Key obligations are obligations whose fulfilment makes it possible to correctly perform the contract at all and upon whose fulfilment the other party generally relies and can rely. That liability is limited to the foreseeable damage that may occur under a typical contract.
A more extensive liability of the Organizers is excluded; this also applies to tortious liability or reimbursements of futile expenses. The limitation or exclusion of liability also apply in favour of the employees and vicarious agents of the Organizers.
The time limitation period for claims of the participant amounts to one year, unless they are based on intentional action by the Organizers’ statutory representatives, vicarious agents or employees. The same applies for direct claims against the above- mentioned persons.
We are not obligated, as a service provider, to monitor transmitted or stored information, or to investigate circumstances that indicate illegal activity. Obligations to remove or block the use of information under common law and European Union law (insofar as December 31st, 2020) remain unaffected. However, a relevant liability is only possible from the date of knowledge of a specific infringement. Upon notification of such violations, we will remove the content immediately. Please contact us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. with any concerns.
Without prejudice to any specific provisions applicable to the Speakers under the Speaker Agreement, the Participants may only use the Event documents personally and may only reproduce, publish or otherwise pass on to third parties, in their entirety or in extracts, with the prior written consent of the Organizers and the speaker or third parties.
The Organizers do not provide any guarantee for the currency, completeness, correctness or quality of the documents provided. The Speaker shall be solely liable for the content and for any losses that arise due to the use of such information or links offered online.
Users may also not create a database in electronic or structured manual form by systematically downloading and storing all or any content – unless commercial license applies. Any kind of exploitation outside the limits of copyright requires the written consent of the author / creator.
Should you still be aware of copyright infringement, we ask for relevant notice via email at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Upon notification of violations, we will remove the content immediately.
Participants are not permitted to make recordings of the event, for example on audio or video tape.
The Organizers have the right to make commercial image or video recordings of the event or have them made and to use them for marketing purposes. This also applies for Participants of the event.
Address: C/ del Marqués de Campo, nº 13 y con C.P. 46007 de Valencia. (España), Email: email@example.com
Usercentrics GmbH (External DPO)
Address: Sendlinger Str. 7, 80331 Munich, Germany. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Information on online dispute resolution under Article 14 par. 1 ODR Regulation
The European Commission offers the possibility for online dispute resolution on their hosted platform (http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr). It serves as a focal point for the extrajudicial settlement of disputes to contractual obligations from online purchase agreements. You can find our email address at the top of this page – please feel free to inform us of any concerns you may have.
Alternative dispute resolution according to the act of consumer dispute resolution:
We would like to point out that we are not willing and not obliged to participate in dispute resolution proceedings before a consumer arbitration service.
Liability for links:
Our site contains several links to external websites, over which we have no control. Therefore, we cannot accept any responsibility for their content. The provider or operator of the external links is always responsible for the content of linked pages. The linked sites were checked at the time of linking for possible legal violations. Illegal content – where not visible at the time of linking and noticed by a visitor – should be reported to us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Permanent oversight of the linked pages is unreasonable without concrete evidence of a violation, though upon notification of violations we will immediately remove such links