Ownership and liability regime of the online office of the Directorate General for Gambling Regulation:

Article 3. 2 of Royal Decree 1671/2009 of 6 November (PDF, approx. 436.20 kB), which partially implements Law 11/2007 of 22 June (PDF, approx. 532.58 kB), on citizens' electronic access to public services, sets that the Order to create the online office must identify the owner, as well as the body/bodies in charge of its management and of the services available to citizens therein.

In compliance with said precept, article 6 of Order HAP/248/2013 of 2 April  issued by the Ministry of Finance and Public Administrations to create and regulate the Directorate General for Gambling Regulation online office determines that its owner (https://sede.ordenacionjuego.gob.es/en) is the Directorate General for Gambling Regulation.

In accordance with article 10.2 of Law 11/2007 of 22 June on citizens' electronic access to public services, “when setting up an online office, its owner accepts responsibility for the integrity, veracity and regular update of the information and services available therein.” Article 7.1 of the royal decree that partially implements said law adds: "the owner of the online office will not be held responsible for the integrity, veracity or regular update of any linked page of which another body or public administration is responsible.

The online office will set all the necessary means to inform citizens of the ownership of the linked information or service.”

In this regard, a message informs users if the link leads outside the site or if they remain inside.


Privacy and Data protection


Intellectual property rights:

The design and source code of the site, as well as the logos, trademarks and other distinctive signs that appear in it, belong to the Directorate General for Gambling Regulation and are protected by the corresponding intellectual and industrial property rights.

Their use, reproduction, distribution, public dissemination, transformation or any other similar or analogous activity is totally prohibited unless expressly authorised by the Directorate General for Gambling Regulation. Any licence to use the contents of this site only allows users to download the content and use it privately, provided the contents remain intact and the source is quoted Law 37/2007 of 16 November (PDF, approx. 317 kB), on the reuse of public sector information).


Use of co-official languages in the main online office

The sixth additional provision of  Law 11/2007 of 22 June on citizens' electronic access to public services  determines that the use of the official state languages will be assured in the relations between the citizens and the public administrations by electronic means, in the terms specified in Law 30/1992 of 26 November, on the legal regime of the public administrations and common administrative procedure  and in the legislation that may prove applicable in each case.

For these purposes, the online offices where the titleholder has authority over territories with a regime of linguistic co-officiality shall provide for access to their contents and services in the respective languages.

Any systems or applications used for the online processing of procedures shall adapt to what is laid down on the use of co-official languages in article 36 of Law 30/1992 of 26 November on the legal regime of the public administrations and common administrative procedure.

The use of co-official languages anywhere on this site does not imply their acceptance in all web procedures; this shall be resolved on a case-by-case basis applying the aforementioned procedural regulations.


Applicable law and competent jurisdiction

The applicable law in the case of disputes or differences in the interpretation of the terms included in this disclaimer and any matter relating to the services of this site, shall be Spanish law.

The ministry and the user agree to submit themselves to the judges and courts corresponding to the area where the user resides, provided it is located in Spanish territory, in order to resolve any conflict that may arise in relation to browsing the site or the use of its services.