General conditions of use of the website

  1. Company identification

This Website is owned and operated by DISCEFA, S.L.U.(hereinafter referred to as ‘DISCEFA’). Comprehensive details are provided below:

Address: registered address at Pg . del Espíritu Santo, Rua Marconi, 5-7-9-11. 15660 Cambre. A Coruña. España

Fiscal Identification Code [CIF in its Spanish initialism] B70316377


Tel. +34 981 649 252

Company registered in the A Coruña Mercantile Register in Volume 3.438, Folio  179, Sheet C-48.198, Registration  1ª.

  1. Conditions of Use

Access to the Website is free of charge and any person who accesses the Website is thereby designated as a User, regardless of any subsequent use or contracting of any Services offered. The User may access and read these conditions at any time, but browsing or use of the services will imply the express, voluntary, and unreserved acceptance of these Conditions of Use. In order to access the Services offered on this Website, in all that is not free of charge or imposes a series of obligations, the User must be of legal age and have the legal capacity and representation necessary to undertake legal obligations, as the case may be.

The User undertakes to use the Website diligently, in strict compliance with current legislation, with respect for good customs and ‘netiquette’, that is, the set of rules that govern general behaviour on the Internet.

The User will accept the particular conditions of use of a service or resource when these are necessary, which will be explicitly required where appropriate. In the same way, you may not make use of the Website outside the terms accepted in these Terms of Use, more specifically (i) for illicit purposes, in any of its manifestations, or any purposes constituting a crime; (ii) strictly personal uses, free of charge or not; and (iii) uses for the benefit of third parties, separate to DISCEFA, as well as any that are not expressly provided for in these terms and conditions.

DISCEFA may delete or suspend access to the Website for any User who has breached any of the obligations expressed in these Conditions. Any User who intentionally or culpably fails to comply with any of the foregoing obligations shall be liable for all damages and losses caused as a consequence to DISCEFA or a third party.

DISCEFA reserves the right to make changes to the Website and to these Terms of Use, which will always be available and accessible. As a result, it is recommended that these Terms of Use and the Website be consulted regularly.

On the other hand, and given the special nature of the means chosen to communicate with Users,DISCEFA cannot assume responsibility for the Website being impossible to access at any given time or for the specific information included on DISCEFA or on those Websites that the User may access by means of hypertext links located on the Website.

The Website displays information that has been simplified or written with the intention of making it easier for the average User to understand. In consequence, DISCEFA shall not be responsible for any erroneous interpretations that may arise from the information presented here, with the exception of negligent actions on the part of DISCEFA in the exercise of its functions, as described in these General Conditions.

DISCEFA shall not, under any circumstances, be liable for any damages caused as a result of fortuitous or unforeseeable events, nor for those resulting from the negligent behaviour of the User.

  1. Intellectual and industrial property

DISCEFA holds all rights to the Website, its logos, structure, images, and constituent elements of the object code, as well as the programming and engineering of the source code. All of these elements, in addition to the databases, are protected by Spanish and European legislation protecting intellectual and industrial property. If DISCEFA grants any other type of licence, such as those recognised as ‘Creative Commons’, it shall communicate or expressly publish said granting.

Any reproduction, adaptation, modification, or public communication of all or part of the contents of the Portal, carried out in any form or by any means, mechanical, manual, or other, is prohibited. The violation of these rights may result in legal action, in civil or even criminal matters, and the commencement of extrajudicial or judicial appeals procedures.

Any reverse engineering, decompilation, disassembly, total, or partial reproduction of the Website is strictly prohibited. Furthermore, it is forbidden to translate, modify, version, commercialise, duplicate, or transform the same, eliminating any property notice, labels, or watermarks and, without limitation, logical diagrams, source code, data objects and/or models, nor may anybody modify or create works deriving from or based on the Portal or any part thereof without the prior and express written authorisation of DISCEFA.


  1. Privacy policy

The personal data that the User must provide in order to access, contract, or consult Services by means of the Website, as well as any other contributions provided voluntarily or during browsing will be recorded in files owned by DISCEFA, duly registered in accordance with Organic Law 15/1999 regarding the Protection of Personal Data and, or the purposes described for each specific case, may be transferred to other companies in the group. Your rights to access, rectify, and cancel your data are recognised and can be exercised by sending a written request to the address stated above, attaching a copy of your National Identification Document [DNI in its Spanish initialism].

The data collected is adequate, pertinent, and not excessive with regard to the scope and purposes indicated and the User shall be responsible for its accuracy. DISCEFA reserves the right to exclude any User who has provided false data from the registered services, without prejudice to any other actions that may be legally appropriate.

  1. ‘Cookies’ policy

A cookie is a file that is downloaded to the User’s computer/smartphone/tablet when accessing certain web pages in order to store and retrieve information about the browsing carried out from that computer.

The cookies used by DISCEFA or by third parties that affect this browsing are the following:

COOKIE                  TYPE       PURPOSE


PHPSESSID           Own      PHP session


_dc_gtm_UA-96162256, _ga               Third parties    Google analytics

utma, utmb, utmc, utmz              Third parties    Google analytics


pref, visitor_info1_live, ysc        Third parties    YouTube (video display)

At any moment, the User may choose which cookies they desire to function on this website by following the steps explained:

For Chrome, at:

For Internet Explorer, at:

For Firefox, at:

For Safari, at:


  1. Jurisdiction

For the resolution of any disputes or questions relating to this Website or the activities carried out on it, including those arising from the acquisition of goods or services, Spanish legislation shall be applicable in all cases, to which the parties expressly submit, regardless of the country of origin of the User.

Any discrepancy, question, or claim resulting from the execution or interpretation of these conditions or related to them, or from other texts that may be on the Website, will be definitively resolved by submission to the Courts and Tribunals of  DISCEFA, expressly waiving any other jurisdiction that may be competent. This shall not apply if the User is a consumer, in which case the place of residence of the latter shall apply.


  1. Privacy Policy – Organic Law regarding Data Protection [LOPD in its Spanish initialism]

In compliance with Organic Law 15/1999 regarding the Protection of Personal Data, we inform you that both the data provided here and any provided through other forms on the Website, as well as any other contributions made voluntarily or during browsing, will be included in files owned by DISCEFA, S.L.U., which are duly registered with the Spanish Agency for Data Protection in order to manage the contractual or informative relationship with clients and for other stated purposes. The aforementioned data may be shared with other companies in the group. DISCEFA, S.L.U. has taken all technical and organisational measures to ensure the confidentiality of the information.

We inform you that your rights to access, rectify, and cancel your data in the file are recognised and can be exercised by sending a written request to the address DISCEFA and attaching a copy of your DNI. In any case, the interested party shall be responsible for the veracity of the data provided and the company reserves the right to exclude any users who may have provided false data from the registered services. By filling in any form or by providing your data, sending a request for information or other similar actions, you give us your express authorisation to send you commercial communications by e-mail or similar means, in accordance with the provisions of Article 21 of Law 34/2002, from the 11th of July, regarding Services of the Association for Electronic Information and Commerce [LSSICE in its Spanish initialism].

  1. Exercising Rigths

The LOPD and GDPR provide data subjects with the ability to exercise a series of rights with respect to the processing of their personal data. Insofar as the user’s data are processed by DISCEFA, they may exercise their rights. To do so, the user must provide documentation proving their identity (ID card or passport), by sending an email to, or by written communication to the address given in our legal notice. The aforementioned communication must provide the following information: Name and surname(s) of the user, the request for application, address and supporting data. The exercise of rights must be carried out by the user him- or herself. However, they may be executed by an authorised person as the authorised person’s legal representative. In this case, the documentation proving the representation of the data subject must be provided.

The user may request the exercise of the following rights:
• Right to request access to personal data.
• Right to request rectification (if incorrect) or deletion.
• Right to request limitation of processing, in which case they will only be retained by “DISCEFA” for the exercise or defence of claims.
• Right to object to processing: “DISCEFA” will no longer process your data, unless, for legitimate reasons or the exercise or defence of possible claims, it must continue to be processed.
• Right to data portability: in the case that you wish your data to be processed by another company, “DISCEFA” will facilitate the portability of your data to the new data controller.
In the event that consent has been given for a specific purpose, the user has the right to withdraw consent at any time, without affecting the lawfulness of the processing based on the consent prior to its withdrawal.
If a user considers that there is a problem with the way in which “DISCEFA” is handling their data, they can address their complaints to the Security Officer or to the corresponding data protection authority. In the case of Spain, the appropriate body is the Agencia Española de Protección de Datos [Spanish Data Protection Agency].

  1. Data Retention

Disaggregated data shall be kept without a deadline for deletion. As for Client data, the retention period for personal data shall vary according to the service contracted by the Client.

In any case, it will be the minimum necessary, with the following periods for the following types:

•4 years: Law on Infringements and Sanctions in the Social Order (obligations regarding affiliation, registration, cancellation, contribution, payment of salaries, etc.); Articles 66 and onwards of the General Tax Law (accounting ledgers, etc).
•5 years: Art. 1964 of the Civil Code (personal actions without special time limit).
•6 years: Art. 30 of the Commercial Code (accounting ledgers, invoices, etc.).
•10 years: Section 25 of the Prevention of Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism Act.
Users of mailing lists or those uploaded by “DISCEFA” to social media pages or profiles shall be retained until the user withdraws consent. Applicant data (C.V.), if they are held: In the event that the candidate is not selected, “DISCEFA” may keep their curriculum vitae for a maximum of two years to be included in future calls for applications, unless the candidate states otherwise.