The personal data identified as mandatory at the time of registration with the Platform are indispensable for the provision of the Service by Dream Football. Failure by the User to provide said data or the inaccuracy of the data provided are the exclusive and sole responsibility of the User and may entail the refusal to provide the Service by Dream Football.
The User's personal data shall be processed and stored by computer means and are intended to be used by Dream Football in connection with the contractual and/or commercial relationship with the User.
Pursuant to the applicable laws and with no additional charges, the User is ensured the right to access, correct and update their personal data, directly or by means of a written request, as well as the right to oppose to the use thereof for the purposes referred to in Clause 10.2 above. To that effect, the User shall contact through the Platform the entity responsible for processing the personal data.
Given that the Internet is an open network, the personal data, the other personal information and the whole of the contents lodged in the Service may circulate in the network without security conditions, and may even be accessible to and used by third parties non authorized to that effect. Dream Football may not be held liable for said access or use. On the other hand, by using this Service, whether as User of the space made available or as viewer of contents, it should be stressed that you could be exposed to contents which, contrarily to and irrespective of Dream Football's will, may violate the rules set forth in these General Terms.
The User authorizes Dream Football to provide their contact details (or those of their legal representative, in case the User is underage) to Dream Football partner clubs, upon their request to Dream Football.
The User agrees to comply with the laws applicable to the processing of personal data, notably Law 67/98, of 26 October 1998, governing the protection of personal data, as well as to observe the rules established in Decree-Law 7/2004, of 7 January 2004, notably those in respect of the sending of communications the receipt of which is independent from any intervention by the addressee.
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