Welcome to the Digital Party of ELÉCTRICO 28!
Hello to all digital beings surfing these cybernetic waves! Before we proceed with the show, let me introduce you to some important things, but without taking away the magic. We'll do it by uttering the magic words, which go like this (everyone together): 'In compliance with the duty of information stipulated in Article 10 of Law 34/2002, of July 11th, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce'!
Some data they say you need to know:
In compliance with the duty of information stipulated in Article 10 of Law 34/2002, of July 11th, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce,
Hello, we are Eléctrico 28, even though if there's any paperwork to be signed, Arnau Vinós and Elias will do it for now. But stick with Eléctrico 28, simply, which is the name we'll use to refer to all of this. Although if some being in a robe gets insistent, you'll have to address Arnau directly, along with his ID/Password: 47103405A. The higher-level password is also available in the intercommunity operators' register with VAT-ID ES47103405A.
This electric place:
Once again, if the gentleman in the robe needs to find someone, he should head to Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 294 6-1, 08004 Barcelona. Otherwise, you'll find us on the streets, fairs, and festivals. And if you want to spend a magically digital time, stay right here at www.electrico28.org. And if you want to talk to us, write to us at email@example.com.
This is for real:
Now, don't back down, because here comes the "legalese" part. Entering our electric-digital world implies that you accept all our weird rules, as if you were learning to dance the robot on the digital dance floor!
Just as dragons don't share their treasures, we won't share our magical data with anyone. Don't touch people's data without their permission, unless you want our digital dragons to chase after you!
That's all for the rules, now you can continue enjoying the digital party! 🎉
P.S.: This text says everything it needs to say. But if it sounds a bit silly, it's because of the artificial intelligence of the company's legal advisors.