You do not have to register to access the website. The AMCC has the exclusive right to suspend access to the website, in whole or in part, in particular (but not exclusively) during management, maintenance, repair, alteration or modernization operations. The AMCC may also choose to terminate the website or any of the services, either permanently or temporarily, partially or totally, without prior notice and at any time.
Use of the Website is subject to compliance with the following rules:
In general, the User must navigate the website in a responsible, prudent and careful manner, and should not disturb or degrade the continuity, integrity and quality of the features and functionality of the website. The User acknowledges that it uses the website at his/her own risk and is solely responsible for any damage caused to its system and/or computer equipment or for other damages or losses, including loss or damage to data, resulting from the use of materials, content or information obtained, in any way, through the website.
Users also acknowledge that if they provide information (identification and contact details), the AMCC will do everything in its power to ensure information security, but will not be responsible for the processing of such information by third parties, nor will is it possible to exclude the risks involved in open data browsing.
Users may access the website as visitors.
Users can, for example, view general information on the activities of the AMCC and consult the agenda.
Users may choose to create a personal account (“AMCC Account”) to access certain features and elements of the website – in which case, it will be necessary to provide personal data, to be processed in accordance with the Privacy and Cookies Policy.
Users must keep the access data to their AMCC Account as confidential and must not disclose it to third parties or navigate under conditions that allow said third parties to decode or copy it. Should Users forget their access data to their AMCC Account, they must request the creation of a new password directly on the website.
The AMCC will send you an e-mail informing you that your account has been canceled, using the contact e-mail address indicated by you when creating the AMCC Account. The AMCC is not responsible, directly or indirectly, for any damages arising from the cancellation of your My Gulbenkian Account.
Users may request the cancellation of their AMCC Accounts at any time, by sending an email to this effect, addressed to [email protected].
All issues and disputes that may arise regarding these Terms and Conditions shall be submitted to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Lisbon District Court, with express waiver of any other.