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The Catalan Water Agency (ACA), assigned to the Department of Territory and Sustainability allows the reuse of content and data for the whole world and without any time limitation or restriction beyond the basic conditions established in the article 8 of Law 37/2007, of 16 November, on the reuse of public sector information, as amended by Law 18/2015, of July 9, and so long that it does not contradict any license or notice that a work may hold.
The ACA (Generalitat de Catalunya) guarantees the confidentiality of the personal data that is provided on the pages of this website under the terms laid down in Organic Law 15/1999, of 13th December, of personal data protection (LOPD), implementing the necessary and appropriate measures to the type of personal data, in accordance with Royal Decree 1720/2007, of 21st December, through which the LOPD Regulatory decree is approved. The data requested will be that which is strictly necessary, appropriate and pertinent for the end for which it is collected and will be subject to automatic processing.
On every page that contains forms that collect personal data, you will be expressly informed of the existence of a file or the processing of personal data, the end for which it is collected and the persons recipients of the information, of the possible ceding of data, of the identity and address of those responsible for the file, as well as the possibility of exercising the rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition to the personal data and how to proceed with this. If, on any personal data compilation form, these rights or the way to exercise them is not explained, you can notify: Agència Catalana de l’Aigua, situada al carrer Provença 204, 08036 Barcelona
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Law 18/2015 of 9 July, amending Law 37/2007 of 16 November, on the reuse of public sector information, governs the re-use of public information in the possession of administrations and bodies in which they have a majority share, that is to say, the right of all potential market agents to the re-use of information from public documents. In accordance with this rule, the Administration permits the reproduction, distribution and public communication of the work and, furthermore, the transformation of the work in order to make derived works, for everyone and without time limits, and provided that it does not contradict any license or notice that a work may hold.
In order to re-use the information, the following conditions must be followed:
a) Not distort the meaning of the information.
b) Always quote the source of the information: “Generalitat de Catalunya. Departament de Territori i Sostenibilitat. Agència Catalana de l’Aigua”
c) State the date of the latest update of the information.
Other forms of reuse
Similarly, re-use can be limited by the protection of other priority legal rights, such as the protection of personal data (object of another legal notice), privacy or third party intellectual property rights. The re-use of work protected by intellectual property rights can be carried out by means of the use of open content licences, such as those ofCreative Commons, which give certain exploitation rights of work. In content where this type of licence is applied, re-use in the established conditions is permitted.
In no case is the use of logos, brands, coats of arms and distinctive symbols of the Generalitat of Catalonia authorised in publications and websites which do not have the involvement or are not sponsored by this institution. These elements of corporate identity are the exclusive property of the Generalitat of Catalonia and are protected by the applicable legislation in force.