Terms and Conditions
Acceptance of conditions
infomedica.com is the website of Infomedica Srl, general headquarters in Corso Stati Uniti, 57, 10129 Turin (Italy). Infomedica develops and produces programmmes and services for Medical Education and Information is an accredited CME provider. This website as also all of Infomedica’s online products and programmes are managed according to the following general conditions. Infomedica reserves the right to modify the Terms and Conditions at any time without without prior notice.
Description of the service
infomedica.com is the institutional website of Infomedica (hereinafter website). Access is free and is intended for the promotion and dissemination of Infomedica’s products, programmes and services. Users agree that the website is provided on an “as is” and “as available” basis, and that therefore Infomedica assumes no responsibility for its use and availability. In order to use the website users must provide at their own expense, access to the World Wide Web and any equipment necessary to do so. In no event Infomedica is required to give users connections to the World Wide Web and/or the necessary equipment. Any malfunctions of hardware and software used by the user, as well as the presence of computer viruses, malware, Trojans etc. cannot under any circumstances be attributed to Infomedica, infomedica partners, sponsors or any third parties involved in the implementation of the website.
In using the website, users may be asked to provide personal information (e.g. Contact Us), in which case the user agrees to: a) provide personal information assuring that the information provided is up-to-date, complete and accurate. If the user provides false, inaccurate, not current or incomplete infomation, or if Infomedica believes, at its own discretion, that user has provided false or inaccurate information, Infomedica will have the right to deny access or even take legal action in accordance with the international or local law in force.
Information on personal protection
Any personal information, as well as any other associated information, attribuable directly or indirectly, to a particular User, is collected and used in compliance with d.lgs. 196/2003. According to d.lgs 196 effects/2003, Infomedica informs users that:
Any user-provided personal information will collected and used by Infomedica, only for purposes directly connected with the provision and management of the website in accordance with Terms and Condition of the website.
The provision of data is optional. However, if data is not provided Infomedica will not be able to process responses to queries or othe problem solving functions.
Art. 7 of the d.lgs. 196/2003 provides the possibilty for users to exercise specific rights, including obtaining from Infomedica confirmation of the existence or not of his/her personal data in the Infomedica archives. Users also have the right to obtain knowledge of the data source, and the purpose or logic in which the data is used; Users also have the right to request the transformation of data into an anonymous form or to block or entirely delete the data. Similarly, users can request to update, the rectify or integrate data; In order to enforce any of the above rights, users must apply directly to Infomedica.
The data is archived by Infomedica, in the international headquarters at the following address: Corso Stati Uniti, 57, 10129 Turin (Italy).
Access to the service
Access to this website is free of charge, provided that access takes place in accordance with the present Terms and Conditions of the website. User of the website acknowledge that Infomedica may produce evidence of the any operations on the website performed by the user including evidence of the procedures obtained through data processing and computing systems which regulate access to the website.
Rights of ownership
The user acknowledge that the contents of the website are protected by national and international laws on intellectual and/or industrial property. Except where expressly authorized by Infomedica, the user may not reproduce the content, or modified versions of the content in any format either for non-profit or commercial purposes and may not distribute, disseminate or create new content, even partially based on the contents of the website.
Limitation of liability
Infomedica will not be held responsible for any errors or malfunctions and damage, direct and indirect, that may arise from the use of the website.
Acceptance of Terms and Conditions
Access to the website and use of the website implies the complete acceptance of the terms and conditions above.
Infomedica created a service (email@example.com), dedicated to providing assistance to users and to collect notifications about any violation of regulations on the use of the service found by the user during the delivery of the same.