23 January 2018
The parts binds himself to:
1. Respect the confidentiality of all the information and data that, notwithstanding the mean, he gets to know as a consequence of the internship in the Entity and to refrain from disclosing them or reproduce them in any way outside the centre where the internship program is developed or the interviews with the academic tutor of UMH. In this regard, section 10 of the Parliament Act 15/1999 of 13 December on personal data protection (LOPD), establishes the obligation of keeping them safe, an obligation that persists even when the internship finishes. These data may refer both to the clients, patients, users and, in general, those third parties that directly or indirectly contact the entity of internship; likewise those facts observed by the student or reported by the internship personnel and regarding said personnel are included. In particular, personal data even if they are not contained in computerized files, of the entity of internship, under the terms set in the LOPD are included.
2. Avoid using, reproducing, disclosing or commercially exploiting further acts of analogous nature beyond the Memorandum or Essay about the activities developed in the internship regarding the works carried out or being carried out in the internship centre and taking profit from the protection granted by the Intellectual Property Act approved by Decree 1/1996 of 12 April, the Act 20/2003 of 7 July on Industrial Design, Act 17/2001 of 7 December, on Trademarks, Act 11/1986 of 20 March, on Patents, all of them as amended.
3. File, if appropriate, a report of intermediate following up and, compulsorily, a final report to deliver to the academic tutor, as any other additional detail that the academic tutor may require to issue his assessment.