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Personal data, according to Spain’s Organic Law on Personal Data (LO 15/1999), passed on 13 December, is defined as “any information concerning identified or identifiable individuals.” The only identifying personal data to which CENTRO ESPAÑOL DE DERECHOS REPROGRÁFICOS (hereinafter CEDRO) has access, through its website conlicencia.com, is the data which its users have provided in the forms available on said site. In compliance with current legislation, CEDRO has taken the necessary technical and organizational steps to maintain the required level of security regarding the personal data in its power. CEDRO is also equipped with the necessary means available to deter unauthorized attempts to access this information. Pursuant to Spain’s Organic Law on Personal Data (LO 15/1999), passed on 13 December, your data will be kept in a database operated by CEDRO and will only be used to manage and process the service requested of us, and to send you information concerning our organization and that of third-party copyright and cultural agencies. You are hereby informed that you have the right to access, rectify, cancel or revoke your consent to be sent information concerning our organization and that of third-party copyright and cultural agencies. To exercise this right, send your written request by e-mail to cedro@cedro.org or by post to C/ Alcalá, 26, 3ª Planta, 28014, Madrid.

Do you use protected material in your business?

The photocopying of works protected by authors' rights requires the authorisation of the rights holder. At CEDRO we have the solution you need to meet your customers' requirements.

With our licence you can photocopy works from our repertoire.

How you can use this license:

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  • Make photocopies.
Note: up to 10% of books and other printed works, an entire article from magazines and periodic publications, and up to 20% of sheet music.

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