Disclaimer

The Internet domains http://www.dgojuego.minhap.gob.es and http://www.ordenacionjuego.es belong to the Directorate General for Gambling Regulation.

 
Using this website implies express and full acceptance of these general conditions as published at the time that the user accesses it, notwithstanding any special conditions that may apply to some of the content or services of the website. The updating of information and services is not immediate and discrepancies on the website may therefore exist. We suggest that you always check the validity and accuracy of the information, services and content contained in the website.
 

  • General conditions for use of the website
     
    The information obtained through this website and from replies to issues submitted to its mailboxes is deemed to be general information and a public service under the terms of Article 4 of Royal Decree 208/1996, and under no circumstances should it be construed to have any binding legal effect.
     
    In order to improve the services of the website, the Directorate General for Gambling Regulation reserves the right to modify, extend or temporarily suspend the presentation, configuration, technical specifications and services of the website, unilaterally, at any time and without prior notice to the user.
     
    • Links
       
      These changes may affect the hyperlinks contained in the website, which may lead to third party websites. The Directorate General for Gambling Regulation is not responsible for the content, information or services that may appear on sites which do not belong to the Ministry, nor does it review their content, which are provided for information purposes only. No relationships are implied with the persons or entities owning such content or the sites where they are found.
       
      Regarding links to its own domain, the establishment of hyperlinks does not in any case imply the existence of a relationship between the Directorate General for Gambling Regulation and the owner of the website in which it appears, nor the acceptance and approval by the Directorate General of its content or services. Therefore, it must not be stated or implied that the Ministry has expressly authorised the hyperlink or has supervised or agreed the services offered or made available on the website from which the hyperlink is established, in any way.
       
      The Directorate General for Gambling Regulation accepts no liability for and offers no guarantees of the quality, accuracy, reliability, correctness or morality of the content or services offered by the linked establishment. The user shall be exclusively liable for the consequences, damages or actions that may arise from accessing the website from the hyperlink.
       
      The website in which the hyperlink exists may not contain any trademark, name, logo, slogan or other distinctive signs belonging to the Directorate General for Gambling Regulation, except those signs that are part of the hyperlink itself.
       
      The website containing the hyperlink may not contain content that is illegal, immoral or contrary to generally accepted standards of propriety and public order, nor may it contain content that breaches any third party rights.
       
    • Multi-language version
       
      The website of the Directorate General for Gambling Regulation is translated into several official languages of the territories of Spain, in accordance with the provisions of Article 3 of the Spanish Constitution of 1978 and the Statutes of Autonomy. The languages are Catalan, Basque and Galician. It is also translated into a foreign language (English).
       
      The amount of translated content varies. Excluded from translation are the New and Most Viewed sections on the homepage of the website, given the frequency of changes to these sections, and the applicable legislation.
       
      Please note that in general, there may be discrepancies between the version in Spanish and other languages, caused by the translation process itself.

 

  • General conditions of reuse:
     
    • Compulsory nature of the general conditions
       
      The present general conditions, which are permanently available at www.datos.gob.es/avisolegal, will be binding for all re-users merely by making use of the documents subject to them. For this purpose of these conditions, "re-user" means any natural or legal person that reuses public sector information, whether for commercial or non-commercial purposes.
       
    • Authorisation for reuse and non-exclusive assignment of intellectual property rights.
       
      These general conditions allow the reuse of the documents subject to them for commercial and non-commercial purposes. Reuse is understood to mean the reuse of documents owned by bodies of the General State Administration and other public sector state agencies and entities referred to in Article 1.2 of Royal Decree 1495/2011 of 24 October, which implements Law 37/2007 of 16 November on the reuse of state public sector information by natural or legal persons, for commercial or non-commercial purposes, provided that such use does not constitute a public administrative activity. By way of example, authorised reuse includes activities such as copying, distribution, modifying, adapting, extraction, reordering and combining the information.
       
      The concept of "document" is as established in paragraph 2 of Article 3 of Law 37/2007 of 16 November on the reuse of public sector information, and therefore includes all information regardless of its physical or electronic format, graphic expression, sound or image used, therefore including data in a broken-down or unprocessed state.
       
      This authorisation also includes the free non-exclusive assignment of intellectual property rights, as appropriate, corresponding to such documents, authorising the reproduction, distribution, public dissemination or transformation necessary to perform the activity of authorised reuse, in any form and in any format, for all persons and for the maximum period allowed by law.
       
    • General conditions for reuse.
       
      The following general conditions apply to the reuse of the documents subject to them:
       
      1. The meaning of the information may not be altered.
      2. The source of the documents being reused must be cited. This citation may be made as follows: “Source of the data: Directorate General for Gambling Regulation"
      3. The date of the last update of the documents being reused must always be stated, whenever it is included in the original document.
      4. It may not be stated, implied or suggested that the Directorate General for Gambling Regulation, which owns the reused information, has participated in, sponsors or endorses the reuse.
      5. The metadata regarding the date of update and the applicable reuse conditions should be retained and may not be altered or deleted including, where appropriate, in the document provided to be reused.

       

    • Liability waiver.
       
      Users and reusers shall use data at their own risk and are solely liable in relation for damages resulting to third parties.
       
      The Directorate General for Gambling Regulation will not be liable for the use of its information by reusers nor for the damage or financial loss, which has occurred directly or indirectly or which could result in financial or material losses or damage to data, caused by the use of the reused information.
       
      The Directorate General for Gambling Regulation does not guarantee the continuity of the provision of reusable documents, either in content or form, nor shall it be liable for any error or omission in them.
       
    • Responsibilities of the re-user.
       
      The re-user is subject to the rules applicable to the re-use of public sector information, including the system of penalties established in Article 11 of Law 37/2007 of 16 November on the reuse of public sector information.

 

  • Intellectual and industrial property rights to the design, logo and other images of the Directorate General for Gambling Regulation website. Frames.
     
    The design and source code of the website, as well as the logos, trademarks and other distinctive signs that appear in it, belong to the Directorate General for Gambling Regulation and are protected by the corresponding intellectual and industrial property rights. This protection also applies to the images contained in it.
     
    Their use, reproduction, distribution, public dissemination, transformation or any other similar or analogous activity is totally prohibited unless expressly authorised by the Directorate General. The license to use the elements specified in this section of this portal, granted to the user, is limited to the download by the user of the content and private use these elements, provided such contents are kept intact.
     
    The Directorate General for Gambling Regulation respects the intellectual and industrial property rights of third parties. If you believe this site violates your rights, please contact us via the portal webmaster.
     
    The Directorate General for Gambling Regulation expressly forbids the use of frames or third party use of any other mechanisms to alter the design, original configuration or content of its website.

 

  • Personal data protection.
     
    The personal data requested by the mailbox and subscription services of this website is included in files subject to the Organic Law on Data Protection 15/1999 and Royal Decree 1720/2007 of 21 December, which approves the implementing regulations of the Law.
     
    Users may exercise their rights to access, correct and/or cancel their data according to the specifications in each mailbox and/or subscription form.

 

  • Applicable law and jurisdiction
     
    The applicable law in the case of disputes or differences in the interpretation of the terms included in this disclaimer and any matter relating to the services of this website, shall be Spanish law. The Directorate General for Gambling Regulation and the user agree to submit to the judges and courts corresponding to the area where the user resides, provided it is located in Spanish territory, in order to resolve any conflict that may arise in relation to browsing the website or the use of its services.