Legal advice


In compliance with the information requirement of Directive 2000/31/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Union of 8 June 2000 on certain legal aspects of information society services, in particular electronic commerce in the Internal Market, and the national legislation of the members of the CRISS project, the following information is given below:


Accessing and/or using the CRISS website attributes any person the condition of USER, whom by accessing and/or using the website accepts the General Conditions of Use stated in this document. In order to complete the registration in the Social Network it will be necessary to tick the box containing a specific statement of acceptance of the aforementioned conditions.

These General Conditions shall apply regardless of the General Contract Conditions that may be binding.


The USER assumes all responsibility for the use of the website. This responsibility extends to the registration necessary to access certain services or contents.

In this registration, the USER will be responsible for providing true and lawful information. As a consequence of this registration, the USER can be provided with a password for which he or she will be responsible, committing to make diligent and confidential use of it.

The USER undertakes not to make inappropriate use of the contents and services of the Social Network provided by the CRISS Project through its website, including but not limited to: (i) engaging in illicit, illegal or contrary to good faith and public order; (ii) disseminating racist, xenophobic, pornographic, terrorism-supportive or anti-human rights content or propaganda; (iii) causing damage to the physical and logical systems of the CRISS Project, its suppliers or third parties, introducing or spreading computer viruses on the net or using any other physical or logical systems that are likely to cause the aforementioned damages; (iv) attempting to access and, where appropriate, use the e-mail accounts of other users and modify or manipulate their messages. The CRISS Project reserves the right to eliminate any comment and contribution considered to violate the dignity of any person and/or that is discriminatory, xenophobic, racist, pornographic, against youth or childhood, public order or security or considered not suitable for publication. In any case, the CRISS Project cannot be deemed responsible for the opinions expressed by users through forums, chats, or other participation tools.


The CRISS Project and its members comply with the guidelines of REGULATION (EU) 2016/679 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 27 April 2016 and other national legislation in force at any given time, and ensures that the user’s personal data are properly used and processed. To this end, together with each form for the collection of personal data, in services that users may request, the CRISS Project will inform them in each case of the existence and acceptance of particular conditions for processing their data, together with the responsibility of the file created, the address of the person responsible, the possibility of exercising their rights of information, access, rectification, cancellation, deletion, opposition, limitation and portability, the purpose of processing their data and communication of data to third parties (where appropriate).

Additionally, users will be informed in each form how to contact the Data Protection Officer (DPO) of the CRISS Project.

Data collection forms, in any case, and in accordance with the provisions of REGULATION (EU) 2016/679 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 27 April 2016, shall include a box for the expression of specific and explicit consent for the processing of the data to which it refers, the ticking of which shall fulfil this function.

The CRISS Project also informs that compliant with Directive 2000/31/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Union of 8 June 2000 on certain legal aspects of information society services, in particular electronic commerce in the Internal Market and the national regulations of its members, it will request users consent to the processing of their e-mail for commercial purposes (where appropriate).


Hereby, and in compliance with the REGULATION (EU) 2016/679 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLAMENT AND THE COUNCIL of 27 April 2016, it is informed that with the signature of the agreement “Memorandum of Understanding” the signatory, center or education organization, in its condition of body responsible for the personal data of the participants in the Project, declares that all their consents have been gathered for the processing of their personal data in the framework of the project. The signature by the center or education organization of the document “Memorandum of Understanding” entails the express knowledge and acceptance of personal data processing conditions of which they are responsible, and which are gathered in the Personal Data Processing Agreement, as well as of the security measures contained in the Annex on technical measures.


The CRISS project guarantees the protection of users’ data against their use by unauthorized third parties.

The CRISS Project website does not sell, rent, share or intentionally disclose e-mail addresses or any other personal data shared by its users to third parties, regardless of data processing tasks carried out by those responsible of them with whom the CRISS Project, or any of its partners, has a data processing contract, which in any case will respect the privacy conditions set forth and the purposes for which explicit consent has been given by the person who registers and provides his/her data.

In case of providing personal data to the CRISS Project by sending an e-mail, subscribing to the newsletter or completing a form, that information will be used to answer the message or to provide information about the project. Under no circumstances shall data profiling be carried out for commercial purposes or with a view to making them available for decision-making purposes.

The CRISS Project reserves the right to modify this Disclaimer at any time. Any changes to this Disclaimer will be updated on the Criss Project website to inform users.

The CRISS Project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 732489. The content of this website reflects only the views of CRISS and the European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained on the website.


All intellectual and industrial property rights of the CRISS Project website, as well as the elements contained in it (e.g.: images; sound, audio and video files; software; texts; trademarks or logos, colour combinations, structure and design, selection of materials used, computer programs necessary for its operation, access and use, etc.), are property of the CRISS Project (itself or as a transferee) or of those who have authorized the CRISS Project to use them.

All rights reserved. By virtue of DIRECTIVE 2001/29/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 22 May 2001 on the harmonisation of certain aspects of copyright and related rights in the information society, reproduction, distribution and public communication of all or part of the contents of this website (including the way in which it is made available) are expressly prohibited for commercial purposes, in any medium and by any technical means, without the authorisation of the CRISS Project. USERS undertake to respect the Intellectual and Industrial Property rights owned by the CRISS Project. USERS are allowed to view the elements of the portal and even print, copy and store them on their computers’ hard drives or any other physical medium as long as it is solely and exclusively for their personal and private use. USERS shall refrain from deleting, altering, circumventing or manipulating any protective device or security system installed on the CRISS Project website.


The CRISS Project cannot be deemed responsible, under any circumstances, for damages of any nature that could cause (but not limited to): errors or omissions in content, lack of availability of the website or transmission of viruses or harmful/malicious software, despite having adopted all the necessary technological measures to prevent it.


The CRISS Project reserves the right to carry out, without prior notice, the modifications it deems appropriate in its website, changing, deleting or adding both the contents and services that are provided through it as well as the way in which these are presented or located in the website.


In the event that links or hyperlinks to other Internet sites are made available on the CRISS Project’s website or Social Network, the CRISS project will not exercise any type of control over such sites and contents. Under no circumstances will the CRISS Project assume any responsibility for the contents of any link belonging to a third-party website, nor will it guarantee the technical availability, quality, reliability, accuracy, amplitude, veracity, validity and constitutionality of any material or information contained in any such hyperlinks or other Internet sites.

Likewise, the inclusion of these links to external sources shall not imply any association, merger or participation with the connected entities.


The CRISS Project reserves the right to deny or withdraw access to its website and/or the services offered without prior notice, at its own request or that of a third party, to those users who do not comply with these General Conditions of Use.


The CRISS Project will pursue the breach of these conditions and any improper use of its website by exercising all civil and criminal actions that may correspond in law.


The CRISS Project reserves the right to modify at any time the conditions here described, being duly published as they appear here.

Modifications will be communicated by e-mail to all users, requesting their acceptance before continuing to use the website.

The validity of these conditions will depend on their exposure and will remain in force until new conditions are duly published.


The relationship between the CRISS project and USERS is governed by the Spanish legislation in force and any controversy shall be submitted to the Courts and Tribunals of the city of Seville (Spain).