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Su Majestad La Reina de España
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The information provided by users on this site will be added to a file belonging to the TILESA OPC, registered in the General Data Protection Register (Data Protection Agency), with the sole purpose of keeping users informed of activities related to the II International Congress of Dual Disorders to be held in Barcelona, Spain in 2010, and the specific activities related to the Website and future events. In accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act (Organic Law 15/1999), all users can exercise the right to object to, access, rectify and cancel the data provided, by writing to the following address:

II International Congress of Dual Disorders
Londres, 17
28028 Madrid - Spain
email: secretariat@cipd2011.com

The Congress will not process personal data relating to minors who are not authorised for this purposes by their parents or legal representatives. If a record reveals that the user is a non-authorised minor, the Congress reserves the right to cancel the subscription and/or to inform the minor's parents of its intention to process certain personal data relating to the minor.


Eventually, the data relating to users of certain sites on this website may be used to provide information, by e-mail, of the development of the Congress . If you do not wish to receive information, please inform us in writing at the aforementioned address.


The Congress has established the legally required levels of personal data protection and installed all the technical means and measures at its disposal to prevent the loss, incorrect use, alteration, unauthorised access and theft of the data provided. Nevertheless, users must be aware that security is not impregnable on the Internet.


As a general rule, the Congress will not inform other companies or organisations of the data provided by users. Nevertheless, if this is absolutely necessary for the Congress, or any of the other services on the website to provide a certain service, users will be informed in advance so that they can express their objections. Users are in no way under the obligation to provide their consent to data transfers or communications.