Article 3.2 of Royal Decree 1671/2009, of 6 November, which partially implements Law 11/2007, of 22 June, on electronic access of citizens to Public Services, states that the Order for creating the e-Office must identify its title holder, the body or bodies entrusted with management and the services available to citizens.
In compliance with this provision, article 2 d) of TIN Order/1459/2010, of 28 May, which creates the e-Office of the Secretariat of State for Social Security, states that the owner of the electronic office (https://sede.seg-social.gob.es/) is the Secretariat of State for Social Security.
With respect to the responsibility of the electronic office, article 2 states:
According to |art. 10.2 of Law 11/2007, of 22 June on electronic access of citizens to Public Services, "establishing an electronic office means the title holder is responsible for the integrity, accuracy and updating of information and services that can be accessed via the office". Article 7.1 of Royal Decree 1671/2009, of 6 November, which partially implements Law 11/2007, of 22 June, on electronic access for citizens to public services, adds that "The owner of an electronic office containing a link to another for which a different body or Public Administration is responsible will not be responsible for the integrity, accuracy or updating of the latter".
The Electronic Office must provide the means so that citizens can know if the information or service they are accessing belongs to the electronic office itself, or to an access point that is not the electronic office or belongs to a third party.
Therefore, the links of the Electronic Office must indicate if accessing them means leaving the Electronic Office.
The design of the Electronic Office and its source code, including the logos, trademarks and other distinctive signs that appear on it, belong to Social Security or collaborating Bodies and are protected by the corresponding intellectual property rights. Likewise, the images, |etc. contained on the Social Security server are protected by intellectual property rights.
Information provided on the web site, except when expressly indicated otherwise, may be reused, their total or partial reproduction, modification, distribution and communication for commercial and non-commercial uses is authorised subject to the following conditions:
Social Security declares that it respects the intellectual property rights of third parties; therefore, if you think that this site might be violating your rights, please get in touch with Social Security using the Suggestions and complaints form.