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1. DominiosLibres.info intellectual property

All intellectual property rights to the content of DominiosLibres.info rests with its owner and creator.

Therefore, it is prohibited to copy, distribute, or make derivative works of this site, without previous written authorisation from the owner.

All commercial names, trademarks or signs of any kind belonging to third parties, contained in DominiosLibres.info, are protected by law.

2. About the contents of DominiosLibres.info and links

DominiosLibres.info is not responsible for any loss or damages arising from the use of DominiosLibres.info, it is the sole responsibility of the person who accesses or uses the content of this site.

DominiosLibres.info also assumes no responsibility for the information contained in the web pages of third parties that can be accessed through links or search engines from it.

3. Updates and modifications of DominiosLibres.info

DominiosLibres.info reserves the right to update, modify or delete the information contained in it, and the configuration or presentation thereof, at any time, without prior notice, and without assuming any responsibility for it.

4. Indications on technical aspects

DominiosLibres.info does not assume any responsibility that may arise from technical problems or failures in the computer equipment that occur during the connection to the Internet network, as well as damages that could be caused by third persons through illegitimate interferences outside the control of DominiosLibres.info.

DominiosLibres.info is also exempt from any liability for any damages that may be suffered by the user as a result of errors, defects or omissions in the information provided when it comes from sources other than DominiosLibres.info.

5a. Cookies use by DominiosLibres.info

Like the vast majority of websites, DominiosLibres.info also collects information automatically and through mini-programs (cookies) that may go unnoticed by users. For example, DominiosLibres.info uses "cookies" to monitor browsing patterns of its users, in order to improve the presentation of the contents included in it. The user may decide not to provide such information, for example, by causing his/her browser to reject "cookies". However, this can limit your access to certain areas of the site or the right interaction with it.

5b. Use of cookies by third parties

DominiosLibres.info uses the services provided by third parties. This includes the possibility that one or more of the companies supplying these services may need to carry out their duties including "cookies" or similar on this website.

The following is a list of companies providing services at DominiosLibres.info and the links to their respective privacy policies.

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5c. What are cookies?

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Users can configure their browsers to alert them about the existence of "cookies" on the visited websites, or to directly prevent "cookies" from being installed on their hard disks.

"Cookies" are divided into two distinct types, called "session" and "permanent". Session cookies are not recorded on users' hard drives, but they allow the storage in a database the data collected during the use of the website. Permanent cookies are written to the hard disk of the user, where they remain for a certain period of time.