Article 3. 2 of Royal Decree 1671/2009, of 6 November 2009, partially developing Law 11/2007, of 22 June 2007, on Citizens’ Access to Public Services., determines that the Order for creation of the Online Office should identify its titleholder, as well as the body or bodies responsible for its management and the services placed at the disposal of the public therein..
In compliance with this precept Article 4 d) of Order EHA/3408/2009, of 17 December 2009, creating certain online offices at the Ministry of the Economy and Finance, stipulates that title to the Online Office of the Directorate General of Personnel Costs and Public Pensions (https://clasespasivas.gob.es) lies with the Directorate General of Personnel Costs and Public Pensions.
As regards the regime of responsibility for the Online Office, this article states:
In accordance with Art. 10.2 of Law 11/2007, of 22 June 2007, on Citizens’ Access to Public Services, “the establishment of an online office entails the titleholder’s responsibility with regard to the integrity, accuracy and updating of the information and the services that may be accessed through it”
Likewise, Article 7.1 of the Royal Decree partially developing that Law adds that “The titleholder of the online office containing a link to another under the charge of a different body or Public Administration shall not be responsible for the latter’s integrity, accuracy or updating.
The online office shall establish the means necessary so that the citizen may know whether the information or service being accessed corresponds to the actual office or to a point of access that does not have online office status or to a third party”.
In this respect, the Online Office of the Directorate General of Personnel Costs and Public Pensions is specified by way of messages on the links if accessing them means that you exit the office or, to the contrary, that you remain in it.
No personal information will be collected without your consent through the Online Office of the Directorate General of Personnel Costs and Public Pensions. The data supplied by the interested party will be used solely and exclusively for the purposes of the procedure or action in question.
Under no circumstance will the aforesaid data be subject to processing or assignment to third parties without the party concerned’s definite consent, or in the cases specified in Articles 6.2 and 11.2 of the Personal Data Protection Act 15/1999, of 13 December 1999.
In compliance with the provisions of the aforesaid Act 15/1999 and of Royal Decree 1720/2007, of 21 December 2007, adopting the Regulations implementing it, the assignor of the data can exercise at any time the rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition as may be determined by legislation.
As specified by Article 6.1 g) of Royal Decree 1671/2009, of 6 November 2009, a link is included to the Spanish Data Protection Agency online office.
Not only the design of this Online Office and its font codes, but also the logotypes, trademarks and other distinctive signs that appear in it belong to the Directorate General of Personnel Costs and Public Pensions and are protected by the respective intellectual and industrial property rightsrial.
Their use, reproduction, distribution, public communication, modification or any other similar or related activity is absolutely prohibited without the express permission of the Directorate General of Personnel Costs and Public Pensions. The licence for use of any content of this Online Office, conferred on the User, is confined to the downloading of such contents and private use thereof, providing that these contents are kept intact and their source is quoted (Law 37/2007, of 16 November 2007, on re-use of public sector information)
The Sixth Additional Provision of Law 11/2007, of 22 June 2007, on Citizens’ Access to Public Services in its first paragraph determines that the use of the official State languages will be assured in the relations between the citizens and the Public Administrations by electronic means, in the terms specified in Law 30/1992, on the Legal Regime of the Public Administrations and Common Administrative Procedure and in the legislation that may prove applicable in each case.
For these purposes, the online offices where the titleholder has authority over territories with a regime of linguistic co-officiality shall provide for access to their contents and services in the respective languages.
In the event of dispute or conflict in the interpretation of the terms making up this Legal Notice, as well as any question relating to the services of this Online Office, the governing law shall be that of Spain.
For the settlement of any conflict that might arise as a result of visiting the Online Office or using the services offered therein, the Directorate General of Personnel Costs and Public Pensions and the User agree to submit to the Magistrates and Tribunals of the User’s address, providing that this lies within Spanish territory.
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