PRIVACY POLICY

Privacy policy Amaya Blanco Alzola and Gerardo Piccolo, residing at Urb. La Mina 5/b, C.P: 39478 Puente Arce (Cantabria) and with Tax Identification Code number 29125171H and Y4712927B respectively (hereinafter, “THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB”) undertake to respect privacy in accordance with data protection regulations. In particular, according to the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (GDPR), and its implementing rules or those that may replace them in the future. By accessing the website www.thehumandesignlab.com (hereinafter, “Website”) – and in particular, by entering data in the form for obtaining a Design, in the consultation request forms or when contacting us -, you agree that the personal data you voluntarily provide will be incorporated, as appropriate, to THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB files, and that they will only be processed within the limits set forth in this Privacy Policy. Therefore, do not use this website or enter your data on this website if you do not agree with the conditions published in our legal texts. We collect information at different times and in different ways, as described in the following sections. The purposes of the treatment Personal data may include, but is not limited to, your name and surname, e-mail address, telephone number, date, time, place of birth and reasons for the consultation in which you are interested. Below we indicate the different purposes of the collection and processing of personal data requested by the website in its various sections:
  1. Inform you about analyses, courses, lectures, workshops, workshops and other activities by THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB and its collaborators (hereinafter “its collaborators”), as well as about the biography, videos, podcasts and books related to Human Design by THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB and other collaborators.
  2. Manage your participation in the above, including the administration and management of the relationship that derives from it.
  3. To answer any doubts or questions you may have asked us, as well as to process your requests through our forms.
  4. To send you newsletters from THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB and its collaborators, as well as any electronic communications with information from them, whether commercial or professional. If you do not wish to be part of the distribution list, you can unsubscribe at any time by notifying  info@thehumandesignlab.com
  5. To study and improve the services we offer on our website.
Accuracy of data The information you provide as a user must be true, accurate, complete and updated, being you (the user) the only responsible for any damage, direct or indirect, that could cause Amaya Blanco Alzola, Gerardo Piccolo, THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB and its collaborators or any third party the falsehood, inaccuracy, insufficiency or failure to update them. Username and password confidentiality In the event that the website provides you with a username and password, it is your obligation to make diligent use of them and not to make them available to third parties, as well as to inform THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB as soon as possible of the loss, theft or any risk that a third party may have access to them. Events, workshops, courses, trainings, laboratories and conferences: information on their possible recording and photographing In order to promote the knowledge of Human Design and the activities carried out by THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB and its collaborators, some activities may be recorded, photographed, and disseminated through the website, social networks or other means of communication, without these activities implying a right of remuneration to the person concerned. Whenever activities are recorded and photographed, they are explicitly announced on site before the start of the activity. If you have any inconvenience, you must inform the organization of the activity before it begins and it will be respected. Also, in this case, you must occupy a place in the activity where you cannot be recorded or photographed. Acceptance of this Privacy Policy implies authorization for the recording of the image or voice. With this, the student/attendee/participant grants the exploitation rights of the image and voice for the recordings related to the activities that THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB and its collaborators carry out for the dissemination of Human Design, and if necessary, for its subsequent commercialization, either online or by other means, in all countries of the world, without geographical limitation of any kind. Recorded online course sessions Likewise, THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB and its collaborators may record sessions of the online courses, in order to later offer such content to the students for later review, and if necessary, to market the content of the courses. Such activities do not imply a right of the student to remuneration. Whenever sessions or activities are to be recorded, they will be announced in advance. In this case, acceptance of this Privacy Policy implies authorization for the recording of online course sessions. The student expressly authorizes the use and dissemination of such recordings. Likewise, the rest of the students who receive such recordings agree to treat the information contained therein as confidential and to refrain from reproducing, distributing, publicly communicating, disclosing or transforming them. THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB is not responsible for the use of the recordings by students / course participants. In the event that THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB becomes aware of the misuse of these recordings by students, THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB reserves the right to expel the student/attendee/participant. THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB may process the data and information resulting from such activities in an anonymous form for statistical purposes, as well as for academic purposes. When you purchase any of our products or services, we will offer you the recording, and you must download the material to a personal device of yours, as we need to empty the server. If you do not download it in the first shipment, we will send you the material one more time, and if that second time you have not been responsible for saving everything on your device, we will not be obliged to provide it a third time. Exercise of ARCO rights You may write to THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB and its collaborators whenever you wish, to exercise your ARCO rights (access, rectification, cancellation and opposition), that is, to obtain details about the personal information that THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB has about you at that moment, request its rectification, in case the data is incorrect, or its elimination, in case we are not obliged to keep it by law or for legitimate professional reasons, always attaching a photocopy of your ID card. To do so, please contact info@thehumandesignlab.com. Upon receipt of your request, we will take all reasonable steps to confirm your identity before providing you with any personal information we hold about you. This is without prejudice to your right to ask us not to send you any further commercial information (newsletters) by contacting us at info@thehumandesignlab.com. IP Addresses The website servers may automatically detect the IP address and domain name used by the user. An IP address is a number automatically assigned to a computer when it connects to the Internet. All this information is recorded in a duly registered server activity file that allows the subsequent processing of the data in order to obtain only statistical measurements that allow us to know the number of page impressions, the number of visits made to web services, the order of visits, the access point, etc. Security To protect your privacy the website uses information security techniques, such as firewalls, access control procedures and cryptographic mechanisms, all in order to prevent unauthorized access to data. To achieve these purposes, the user/customer agrees that the provider obtains data for the purposes of authentication of access controls. Any contracting process or process that involves the introduction of personal data of a high character will always be transmitted through a secure communication protocol (Https://,…), in such a way that no third party has access to the information transmitted electronically. Privacy Policy Maintenance THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB and its partners reserve the right to update their Privacy Policy at any time. Should they decide to change it, we will keep you informed, without prejudice to the publication of a notice on the website, together with the updated version of the new legal texts. Special condition Certain provisions of this Privacy Policy and other legal notices may be qualified by expressly designated legal notices or terms located in particular places on the Web site. Date of last update: May 25, 2018. Who we are The Human Design Lab brand is owned by Amaya Blanco Alzola and Gerardo Piccolo, with address at Urb. La Mina 5/b 39478 Puente Arce Cantabria) and with Tax Identification Code number 29125171H and Y4712927B respectively. For further information and agility in communications, you can contact us at the following e-mail address: info@thehumandesignlab.com. Ownership The website www.thehumandesignlab.com is owned by Amaya Blanco Alzola and Gerardo Piccolo. Industrial and intellectual property rights The intellectual and industrial property rights contained in the site www.thehumandesignlab.com, its logo, graphic design and computer codes, as well as trademarks and distinctive signs, texts, images and videos that appear, are owned by Amaya Blanco Alzola and Gerardo Piccolo, or they have the necessary rights to use and exploit them. Any reproduction, public communication, distribution, commercialization or transformation of the contents that has not been expressly authorized in writing by their owners, as well as any non-consensual use of the trademark “THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB®”, constitutes an infringement of the intellectual and industrial property rights protected by law. Amaya Blanco Alzola and Gerardo Piccolo, “THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB”, may exercise all administrative, civil or criminal actions that correspond to them in case of infringement of these rights. Date of last update: February 2018. Cookie Policy On the platform www.thehumandesignlab.com (hereinafter, the “website”), Amaya Blanco Alzola and Gerardo Piccolo, residing at Urb. La Mina 5/b 39478 Puente Arce Cantabria) and with Tax Identification Code number 29125171H and Y4712927B respectively (hereinafter “THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB”), uses its own and third party cookies in order to improve the website and our services. The use of cookies allows you to obtain analytical information and share content on social networks.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a file that is downloaded to a user’s terminal equipment for the purpose of storing data that can be updated and retrieved by the entity responsible for its installation. The cookies used cannot read data from the hard disk.

What kind of cookies do you accept when browsing the website?

  • Analytics or analytics cookies and plug-in cookies to exchange social content.
  • Analytical cookies allow the responsible to monitor and analyze the behavior of web users to which they are linked. The information collected through this type of cookies is used to measure the activity of the website, application or platform, and for the elaboration of browsing profiles of the users of these sites, applications and platforms, in order to introduce improvements based on the analysis of the data of the use shown by the users of the service.
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  • The third parties involved in the use of the cookies we use are the following information society service providers:
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Likewise, when using third-party functionalities to share content on social networks, consult profiles, or to view videos, the target services (such as YouTube or Facebook) may set their own cookies (in addition to the ones we necessarily use).

Withdraw consent

To use the services of the website, it is necessary to consent to the Cookies Policy of this website, as cookies are an inseparable part of our service. To withdraw consent to this Cookie Policy:
  • You must first stop browsing the website; otherwise, it will be understood that you are re-consenting to this Cookie Policy.
  • Next, you must delete the cookies stored on your equipment (computer or mobile device), through the settings and configurations of your Internet browser (see below for instructions on how to do this).
Instructions are available for configuring how cookies work and deleting them in these browsers (the most commonly used): Chrome / ChromiumInternet ExplorerMozilla Firefox or Safari. For other programs, you should consult the help documentation of each browser. How can you configure your Cookies? By browsing and continuing on our website you are consenting to the use of Cookies under the conditions contained in this Cookies Policy. You as a user have the possibility to exercise your right to block, delete and reject the use of Cookies, at any time, by modifying your browser options. For example:  
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Acknowledgement and acceptance of the terms of service

Through the website www.thehumandesignlab.com (the “Website”), Amaya Blanco and Gerardo Piccolo with address at Urb. La Mina 5/b 39478 Puente Arce Cantabria) and with Tax Identification Code number 29125171H and Y4712927B respectively (hereinafter “THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB”) offers you the possibility to purchase products and register for analysis, readings, events, conferences, workshops, workshops, training and courses (face-to-face, blended and online) organized by THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB and its collaborators (hereinafter “the service” or “the services”). The main characteristics of these services can be consulted on the website before starting the contracting process. By using any part of the service or by completing the registration or purchase process of a product or service on www.thehumandesignlab.com, as a customer you agree to comply with all the conditions specified in the “Legal Texts” (Legal Notice, Privacy Policy, Cookies Policy and these Terms of Use).

Service registration procedure

In order to contract through the website, you must first register and accept the Legal Texts. Once registered, to place an order you must follow the online purchase procedure and click on the payment procedure indicated on the website. No contract will exist in relation to any service until ieBNE has expressly accepted (by sending the confirmation) an order. The confirmation is an email (to the address indicated at the time of registration) acknowledging receipt of the order, with all the information of the purchase or registration to the service. We recommend that you keep a digital or hard copy of all this information. Since the Service consists of (a) the registration to a service offered by the website (b) the purchase of a product (c) the access to an educational material that is not provided in material support, you accept that with the confirmation you will not be able to exercise your right of withdrawal. Unless proven otherwise, the data recorded by this website constitutes proof of all transactions made between THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB or the website and You.

Registration, access to services and security

In order to access certain services, you must provide personal information (name and surname, date, time and place of birth, contact details and password, among others), as part of the registration process in the service, or as part of the continued use of the service. You agree that the registration information you provide to THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB will be accurate, correct and updated at all times. You must also maintain the confidentiality of your username and password and not share them with third parties. You agree to inform us of any unauthorized use (or suspected unauthorized use) of your username and password or any other breach of the Legal Texts of which you have knowledge or evidence. By registering, you agree to use the service only for the purposes permitted by the mandatory rules and in accordance with the provisions of the Legal Texts. THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB reserves the right to cancel or suspend your account or that of any user if it comes to its knowledge that false or misleading information has been provided during the registration process, if the Legal Texts are infringed in any way or if the e-mail address indicated in the Registration ceases to accept e-mails sent by the website.

Your commitments

You agree (a) to pay promptly for the service or services contracted, (b) to respect the applicable laws – including, but not limited to, those of intellectual and industrial property – and the Legal Texts of this website and, by extension, not to infringe the rights of third parties or perform any unlawful activity, (c) not to engage in any activity that hinders or interferes with the operation of the Service, including the operation of servers and networks that are connected to the service, (d) not to use the materials and content that you access through the service for educational or training purposes to third parties, that is, not to train third parties based on such content (by way of example but not limited to, you may not use such content to teach courses, conferences, seminars, lectures, or write or publish books, magazines, articles, as long as it is not supervised by THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB and (e) to respect the educational values as defined in these Terms of Use (“Educational Values”). Unless you have specific authorization under a separate contract with THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB, you also agree not to reproduce, duplicate, communicate publicly (by any means) or with third parties, copy, sell, market, resell, distribute, transform or modify the purchased content, the content you access or the contracted services. You agree to be solely responsible, without THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB being liable to you or any third party, for any breach of your obligations under the Legal Texts, as well as for the consequences of such breach. You undertake to indemnify us for these purposes. You also assure us that you have the necessary means and sufficient computer skills to be able to access and manage the services you contract (especially, but not only, the Online Training Services). THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB reserves the right to refuse admission and not to provide the service, terminating the contract, in case you fail to comply with the provisions of the Legal Texts.

Educational values

Exercises, tasks and diploma awarding

THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB provides training for those interested in Human Design. Given the commitment assumed and the guarantee of quality of training in Human Design, THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB reserves the right to grant a diploma (endorsed by Jovian Archive and the Official International School of Human Design) linked to these courses and establishes, for these purposes, minimum requirements based on attendance, participation, learning and use by the student. The issuance of certificates belonging to the General Training in Human Design is not equivalent in any case to the accreditation of the ability to develop professional activities in Human Design. In order to be able to exercise such activities, it is required to have the certificate corresponding to the complete Professional Training or PTL 1, 2, 3 and 4. >Behavior In order to ensure the smooth running of the service, it is essential to comply with the fundamental guarantees of coexistence and respect. In case of failure to comply with any of these guarantees, THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB and its collaborators reserve the right to refuse admission. The behavioral guarantees include, but are not limited to, the following principles:
  • Show respect to the teaching staff and members of the organization, as well as to the rest of the participants in the course.
  • Be punctual in attending all scheduled events and activities.
  • Refrain from any act or omission that disturbs the order of the classroom.
  • Refrain (participants, attendees and students) from taking photographs and recording during conferences, courses and activities of any kind, without the prior consent of THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB or its collaborators. Likewise, the reproduction, distribution, dissemination, public communication or transformation, whether total or partial, of unauthorized photographs and recordings are expressly prohibited worldwide.
  • Preserve the right to privacy of participants, speakers, trainers or third parties (especially with regard to the non-disclosure outside their context of personal or professional experiences that they may have explained in the context of conferences, activities or courses).

Events, workshops, courses, trainings, conferences: information on their possible recording and photo shooting

In order to promote awareness of Human Design and the activities carried out by THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB, some activities are recorded and photographed, and then disseminated through the website, social networks and other media, without these activities implying a right of remuneration to the person concerned. Whenever activities are recorded and photographs are taken, an announcement is made on site before the activities begin. If you have any inconvenience, you must inform the organization before the start of the activity. You must also occupy a place at the activity where you cannot be videotaped or photographed. Acceptance of this Privacy Policy implies authorization for the recording of the image or voice and the taking of photographs. With this, the student/attendee/participant gives the rights of exploitation of the image and voice for recordings related to the general dissemination of Human Design of the activities carried out by THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB and, where appropriate, for subsequent marketing, either online or by other means, in all countries of the world, without geographical limitation of any kind. The person registering for a course must be at least 16 years of age or have written authorization from a parent or legal guardian and send it to the following e-mail address: info@thehumandesignlab.com

Recorded online course sessions

Likewise, THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB and its collaborators may record sessions of the online courses, in order to later offer such content to the students for later review and, if applicable, to market the content of the courses. Such activities do not imply a right of the student to remuneration. Whenever sessions or activities are to be recorded, they will be announced in advance. In this case, acceptance of this Privacy Policy implies authorization for the recording of online course sessions. The student expressly authorizes the use and dissemination of such recordings. Likewise, the rest of the students who receive such recordings agree to treat the information contained therein as confidential and to refrain from reproducing, distributing, publicly communicating, disclosing or transforming them. THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB is not responsible for the use of the recordings by students/colleagues of the course. In the event that THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB becomes aware of the misuse of these recordings by students, THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB reserves the right to expel the student. THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB may process the data and information resulting from such activities in an anonymous form for statistical purposes, as well as for academic purposes.

Pricing and invoicing

The prices of our services are expressed in euros. The price of each service will be the one stipulated at any given time on the website (including applicable taxes), except in case of obvious error. Prices may change at any time, but any changes will not affect orders for which we have already sent you confirmation. Likewise, THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB reserves the right to cancel or modify the discounts associated with the prices of training, services or products. THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB reserves the right to add surcharges to the fees corresponding to the payment in installments of any of the services, products, courses or activities offered. In any case, such surcharge will be specified in the section “More information” or “Conditions” of the course or activity in question. THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB accepts the following payment methods: bank transfer, credit card through the payment gateway and PayPal through the PayPal platform. In this way, the payment gateway or PayPal will directly charge the amount in the source of funds chosen for the payment, without sharing financial information with THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB, except the essential data to identify the transaction. By contracting through the website, you authorize THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB and the chosen funding source in PayPal (with a surcharge of 0.78 € from the platform “QRICKETS” and between 3% and 6% of the total order from PayPal, or the current percentage) to collect the amount of the Service. The total price you will pay includes the price of the service, taxes included, plus 0.78 € of the platform “QRICKETS” and, if the payment method is PayPal, plus the approximate % of surcharge that marks the platform, or THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB deems fair). You expressly agree to receive the invoice in electronic format to the email address you provided when you registered. You can revoke this consent by sending an email to info@thehumandesignlab.com, with the subject “Request to receive the invoice in paper format”, attaching a copy of your ID card and the postal address to which you want us to send it.

Payment and return policy:

General:

To send proof of payment, make a cancellation or request a refund according to the rules below, please send your request by e-mail to: info@thehumandesignlab.com.

Regarding analysis:

The payment of the amount of the analysis (one or several) and the sending of the proof of payment must be made at least 48 hours before the date stipulated with THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB or its collaborators to carry out the analysis. In case of failure to do so within the aforementioned period, the date of the analysis would be automatically cancelled, and the space could be assigned to a new client. It would be possible to find a new date, or cancel the analysis, as THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB or its collaborators deem appropriate. Once you have paid for the analysis(s), if you have to cancel it/them for any reason, as long as the cancellation is made within 24 hours prior to the analysis, you will be refunded the total amount paid. Otherwise, you will be refunded only 75% of the amount paid. If, for any reason, you decide to cancel or interrupt an analysis during the analysis, you will not be entitled to a refund of the amount paid. In case THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB and/or its collaborators are forced by any circumstance to change the date of the analysis(s), as long as you have complied with the above mentioned payment requirements, you will continue to be entitled to it. If you are unable to attend on the new date, the price of the analysis will be refunded, as long as you have informed THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB at least 24 hours before the start of the analysis.

Regarding courses and training:

In case of a one-time payment, the payment of the course fee and the sending of the receipt must be made at least 72 hours before the course start date. If payment is not made within this period, THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB reserves the right to cancel your participation in the course. In case of paying the course in installments, the stipulated installment amount must be paid to THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB and/or its collaborators always within the first 10 working days of each month. If, for any reason, you are unable to pay such amount, you must notify it within those days by e-mail to info@humandesignlab.com. Otherwise, a 10% surcharge will be applied on the stipulated amount. If applicable, the discount for prompt payment will be applied only to those who pay the course fee before the date stipulated for the discount and up to a maximum of 24 hours after that date. Once the total or partial amount of the course has been paid, if you cancel your participation for any reason, as long as the cancellation is made within 48 hours prior to the beginning of the course, the total amount paid will be refunded or, if requested, the payment made for the course may be reserved for other analyses, trainings or activities of THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB that are scheduled and announced on the website. These payments can only be used for courses or activities of a lower or equal level of training, as long as there are free places or space available. If you cancel your participation in a course or training within 48 hours prior to the start of the course or training, you will only be entitled to a refund of 75% of the amount paid. If, for whatever reason, you decide to cancel your participation during the course, you will not be entitled to a refund of the amount paid or to receive the official certificate for the full course. In the event that THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB and/or its collaborators are forced by any circumstance to change the date of a class, as long as you have complied with the payment requirements mentioned above, you will continue to be entitled to the class. If you are unable to attend on the new date, you will still be sent the recording and corresponding materials of the class.

Regarding workshops, workshops and laboratories (Labs):

In case of a one-time payment, the payment of the workshop fee and the sending of the receipt must be made at least 48 hours before the workshop start date. If payment is not made within the aforementioned period, THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB reserves the right to cancel your participation in the workshop. Once the total or partial amount of the course has been paid, if you cancel your participation for any reason, as long as the cancellation is made within 24 hours prior to the course, the total amount paid will be refunded. Otherwise, you will be refunded only 75% of the value of the workshop. If, for whatever reason, you decide to cancel your participation during the workshop, you will not be entitled to a refund of the amount paid or to receive the diploma or certificate to which the training gave rise. In case THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB and/or its collaborators are forced by any circumstance to change the date of a workshop, as long as you have complied with the above mentioned payment requirements, you will still be entitled to the workshop. If you are unable to attend on the new date, you will still be sent the recording and corresponding materials of the class, or you will be offered a refund of the price paid, provided that the cancellation is made within 24 hours prior to the workshop.

Industrial and intellectual property rights

All intellectual and industrial property rights applicable to the contents that you access as a result of the contracted service and that are included in the website are owned by Amaya Blanco Alzola, Gerardo Piccolo THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB or its licensors, and are protected by national and international legislation in force. The foregoing includes, but is not limited to, audiovisual works, recordings (sound, visual and audiovisual), texts (including also written transcriptions of videos or recordings), images, trademarks, logos, distinctive signs, sounds and animations and the databases that make up the website and are part of it. As a registered user/student, THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB authorizes you to access and view the contents for your exclusive personal use. This license is granted on a non-exclusive basis, limited to the duration of your contracting of the service, only in the state in which the visualization is to be carried out and in the modalities strictly necessary for such purpose. This license is non-transferable. Any other use by you, direct or indirect, for profit or not for profit, of the contents, including downloading and storage, transmission, public communication, distribution, reproduction or transformation, in whole or in part, of the same, is expressly prohibited, except with the express prior consent of THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB. We also inform you that as a student/assistant/user you may not use the name “THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB®” as a trademark for commercial or advertising purposes, either, but not limited to, in social networks (e.g. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Vimeo, etc.), forums, telematic communication networks, domain names, email accounts, websites, signs, business cards, advertising or commercial documents (e.g. as part of a company name).  Consequently, as a student/assistant/user you will not be able to create logos that include the image and brand “THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB®”. All images and logos on our website, advertisements, newsletters and our social networks are copyrighted under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) license. You are free to share the images under the following terms: Attribution – You must give appropriate visible credit to THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB®, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. In no way that suggests that the licensor endorses it or its use. Non-commercial – You may not use the material for commercial purposes. No Derivatives – If you remix, transform or build upon the material, you cannot distribute the modified material. No additional restrictions – You cannot apply legal terms or technological measures that legally restrict others from doing anything the license permits. No guarantees are given. The license may not give you all the permissions necessary for your intended use. For example, other rights such as publicity, privacy or moral rights may limit your use of the material.

General

Access to and use of the website is the sole and exclusive responsibility of the user or customer. You must be 18 years of age or older and be able to act, contract, register or use this Service. Otherwise, you will need to provide the corresponding authorization from your parents or legal guardians by sending an email to info@thehumandesignlab.com, attaching the authorization and a scanned copy of your parents’ or legal guardians’ ID card or passport. THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB is not responsible for (a) the web pages of third parties to which the website may link or (b) the accuracy, veracity and validity of the information on the website that are not of its own creation, whose contents belong to third party information sources outside it and when these characteristics are distinguishable by the user. THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB shall only be liable for the content it has directly originated, not for third party information. If you are a consumer, you can benefit from the guarantee of conformity (guarantee of correspondence between the characteristics that we explicitly indicate in our service and what you actually receive) for a period of one month. The suspension or cancellation of your registration implies the loss of your rights to the service and the non-refund of the amount paid. The relationship between you (user) and THE HUMAN DESIGN LAB shall be governed by Spanish law, within the limits allowed by the mandatory rules. In case of disputes, the parties agree to submit to the courts of the city of Santander (Spain), waiving their own jurisdiction – within the limits allowed by the mandatory rules. If any provision of these terms and conditions is held by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, the parties agree that the court shall endeavor to give effect to the parties’ intentions as reflected in the provision, without prejudice to the full force and effect of the remaining provisions. Last update: September 2019.
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