1. CONTENT OF THE WEB PAGE
Almina Energy Trading Ltd. (the website's editor, which also includes any of the persons involved in the set up and/or operation of the website; hereinafter collectively referred to as the "Editor") controls and intends to keep the website (which includes any of its webpages) up to date. The Editor does not guarantee the accuracy, comprehensiveness or quality of the information on the website. No content on the website may be interpreted as an offer or promise to contract. The Editor reserves the right to modify, add to and cancel individual pages or the whole content of the website without any notice, as well as to suspend any access to the website temporarily or definitively.
The Editor shall not be responsible for any third party content on the website (e.g. in the guestbook, forum, discussion or any similar platform), as applicable.
Any user or visitor of the website (the "User") will be solely responsible in case of implementation of any process resulting in downloading any information or content from the website. See also Section 3 below in connection with intellectual property rights.
By visiting the webpage, the User accepts the provisions set out in this legal notice.
The Editor is not responsible for the content of any other web page referred to (through an hyperlink or in any other manner), directly or indirectly, on the website.
3. COPYRIGHT AND CONTENT SUCH AS IMAGE / LOGO
The content and structure of the website are protected by copyright. Any reproduction or use of the content, which includes in particular graphics, sound recording, photography, films, video and/or text, irrespective or its form or support, is not allowed without prior written permission of the Editor.
4. DATA PROTECTION
Compliance with applicable data protection regulations is of the utmost importance for the Editor. Accordingly, the Editor shall take the appropriate measures to ensure that any personal data processing in connection with the website shall occur in strict compliance with such applicable data protection regulations. through the website.
A: PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING
The Editor shall use the personal data disclosed by the User exclusively in accordance with the purposes reported by the Editor to the User.
Personal data disclosed by the User shall not be disclosed to any third party without he approval of the User.
Applicable regulation in connection with data storage and deletion as well as mandatory disclosure of personal data may apply.
B: RIGHT OF WITHDRAWAL
The User may revoke the agreement about personal data processing at any time, by contacting the Editor, subject to the satisfaction of the relevant identification requirements.
C: DATA SECURITY
The Editor takes all necessary measures to avoid that the Editor's personal data backup is released to third parties.
As a general principle, e-mail communication implies an exposure to significant security risks and the Editor will not assume any liability or whatsoever in connection with e-mail communication or any other communication which does not allow a confirmation of the relevant person involved in such communication and/or the accuracy of the content.
The Editor does not guarantee complete data security under any circumstances.
The Editor recommends that any communication involving the Editor occurs in a manner excluding any security risks, in particular for identification and/or accuracy purposes.
D: COOKIES POLICY
For general information purposes, cookies are files containing small amounts of information which are downloaded to the device that the User uses when visit a website, such as the Editor's website, as applicable from time to time.
The Editor intends to use the information contained in the cookies to recognize the User's device when visiting the website, to improve the website usability, to allow the User to share webpages such as LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter and to further analyze the use of the website (including for statistical analysis).
The Editor may use persistent cookies or session cookies. They work in a similar way, but have minor differences.
Persistent cookies remain on the User's device after the User has closed the browser and allow a website to remember the User's actions and preferences. They are stored by the browser and remain valid until their set expiry date (unless the User deletes them before such expiry date).
The Editor may use persistent cookies in a few ways, for example, to make it easier for the User to log into any platform available on the website, as applicable, and for the Editor to recognize and warn the User if a new login occurs from a new machine (that has no Editor's cookie on it). The Editor may also use persistent cookies to allow the Editor to analyze visits to the website, for the ultimate purpose of understanding of how Users arrive at and use the website and improve Internet search results.
Session cookies last only for the duration of the User's visit and are deleted when the User closes the browser. They facilitate tasks such as allowing a website to identify that a user of a particular device is navigating from page to page, supporting website security or basic functionality.
In principle, most of the cookies used by the Editor on the website are session cookies. For example, they help us to improve the security of any session and keep the User signed in to the relevant User account, as applicable, while moving between functions and pages.
Unless otherwise specified, the Editor may use any third party cookies.
The User may block or restrict cookies set by the website through the browser settings on each device used by the User to access the Internet. However, blocking or restriction of cookies is expected to cause significant disruption in the use of the website, which would not operate in a suitable manner or not operate at all.
5. APPLICABLE LAW AND JURISDICTION
Any relations deriving from the use of the website by the User shall be exclusively submitted to England an Wales law.
Any disputes between a User and the Editor shall be submitted to the exclusive competence of the ordinary Courts of the England and Wales.