Privacy Policy

The privacy policy of the site informs all users of this website.

Access to the Mercè Brey website and its information entails the submission and acceptance of the conditions provided in this legal notice. For this reason, we recommend that you read the content carefully if you wish to access the information and services offered by the Mercè Brey website and make use of it.

Mercè Brey guarantees compliance with the protection of personal data, as well as the implementation of the security measures contained in the new general data protection regulation (RGPD) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council.

The user has to make correct use of the following website and its services, in accordance with these terms and conditions of use and current legislation.

Mercè Brey may unilaterally modify the terms and conditions of use of this website by publishing this legal notice, and they will take effect from the moment they are published. These modifications may be personally communicated to registered users when they involve a change in the established conditions, in relation to their status as user.


Mercè Brey is not responsible or guarantees that access to the website will be uninterrupted or free from errors. Nor is it responsible or guarantee that the content or program that can be accessed through the website is free from errors or may cause damage. In no case will Mercè Brey be responsible for losses, damages or damages of any kind as a consequence of accessing and browsing its website, including, but not limited to, those caused in computer systems or those caused by the intrusion of viruses.

Mercè Brey is not responsible for any damages that may be caused to users by improper use of the website. In particular, it is not responsible in any way for drops, interruptions, lack or defect of communications that occur while the user navigates through it.

Access and Security

As a general rule, the use of the site does not require the prior condition that users reveal their personal data. However, in those cases in which the user communicates their personal data to Mercè Brey, the company guarantees its confidentiality. Likewise, it also guarantees compliance with all the regulations set forth above (or those that may complement or replace it). To do this, it will use the technical measures necessary to maintain the required level of security.

The data that Mercè Brey requests or is provided by its users, will be treated in accordance with the new General Data Protection Regulation (RGPD) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council, and will be used in accordance with the following purposes:

In order to keep the user informed of news and other news through the newsletter or to attend to their queries and requests through the forms and emails that are available to them on our website.
In order to develop campaigns or surveys, as well as report them in relation to the purposes of Mercè Brey detailed on the website.
Your data will be kept until the user requests the deletion of these. The user may exercise their rights of access, rectification, deletion, limitation, opposition and portability through postal mail, by written communication, to which they must attach a copy of their ID, addressed to Mercè Brey, carrer de Montserrat, 19 – 08201 de Sabadell or by email to the address:


Mercè Brey makes every effort to avoid any error in the content that may appear on the website. Mercè Brey does not guarantee, nor is it responsible for the consequences derived from errors in the contents of the website. The information that appears on the website is current on the date of its last update. Mercè Brey is not responsible for the topicality or the suitability of the information contained therein.

The website may not be altered, changed, modified or adapted by the user. Mercè Brey reserves the right to make as many updates, changes and modifications as it deems appropriate, being able to make use of this power at any time and without prior notice.

Mercè Brey reserves the right to unilaterally modify the conditions and terms of use of the website, including this legal notice.

Intellectual and Industrial Property

The domain name is owned by Mercè Brey. The website in its entirety, including its design, structure, distribution, responses to queries made by users, texts, content, logos, buttons, images, drawings, source code, documentation, as well as All intellectual and industrial property rights, and any other distinctive sign, belong to Mercè Brey.

Specifically, the reproduction, transformation, distribution and public communication made available to users or any other exploitation of the contents of the website without the written consent of the owner is prohibited. For these purposes, the interested party must contact the entity.

Mercè Brey reserves the right to exercise the corresponding legal actions against users who violate or infringe the rights of intellectual or industrial property.


The web page may incorporate access links (hyperlinks or links) to other web pages of which Mercè Brey is not the owner. In no case will this possibility imply the existence of a relationship between Mercè Brey and the owner of the website to which the hyperlink directs, nor its approval or acceptance. Mercè Brey will not be responsible for the legality of the content displayed in it.

Any other web page will be prohibited from incorporating a hyperlink to the Mercè Brey page without your express authorization. In any case, this authorization will imply that the hyperlink does not harm the public image and brand of Mercè Brey of the website itself, as well as of third parties that are referenced in it.

Mercè Brey will withdraw any link as soon as it becomes aware by any means of the inconvenience of its content or that property or rights of a third party are harmed by them.


For the resolution of any question, divergence, conflict or problem that may arise regarding the interpretation, application and compliance of this policy, with the express waiver of any other jurisdiction that may correspond to the user and without prejudice to the competence in which It is for the Ministry of Law, the user voluntarily and expressly submits to the Courts and Tribunals of the city of Sabadell.


The page may use cookies (small information files that the server sends to the computer of the person accessing the page) to carry out certain functions that are considered essential for the correct operation and display of the page.

The cookies used on the page are, in any case, temporary, with the sole purpose of making the transmission of data more efficient. Cookies, in no case, provide personal data by themselves, nor will they be used to obtain these.

Through the use of cookies, it is possible that the server where the page is located recognizes the web browser used by the user, in order to speed up browsing so that it is faster, allowing, for example, access by users who have been previously registered in the areas, services or information of the website. They are also used to measure the audience and traffic parameters, control the progress and number of visits. These cookies are neither invasive nor harmful. They only inform the system of the settings chosen by the user, but they do not automatically recognize any data regarding the identity of the people who visit our website. If the user wishes, he can deny any cookie from the appropriate option in his own browser.

The user has the possibility of configuring his browser to receive notification on the screen of the reception of cookies and to prevent their installation on the hard drive.