Brunel University London respects the right to privacy of anyone using its website. All data submitted via the website will be held securely in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. Some demographic data may be retained in anonymous form for statistical reporting.
Personal details given via online enquiry forms such as signing up for an event, or submitting a greeting message or memory, will be used to contact you as required for this purpose. We may use your details to send you supplementary information that we think is relevant unless you ask us not to do so. The details you give us will only be used by the university and will not be shared with or sold to any commercial company or organisation.
Cookies and log files
See detailed information about cookies on the Brunel website: http://www.brunel.ac.uk/about-this-website/privacy/cookies
Email and feedback
As permitted by Telecommunications (Lawful Business Practice) (Interception of Communications) Regulations 2000, the university employs counter-measures against unwelcome email and web content. All external emails, as well as feedback forms, bulletin board postings and chat room messages, may be monitored and scanned for obscene, indecent or illegal content.
Access to information
You have the right to request a copy of any personal information about you held by the university and to have any inaccuracies corrected. Please contact the Information Access Officer on email@example.com for details.
The copyright and intellectual property rights of all material held on the Brunel University London website belong to the university and its staff or students, or have been licensed to the university. By uploading photographs, comments or other material, you are consenting to the university’s use of these materials for anniversary celebration purposes, online and for anniversary events and publications and future marketing and publicity materials.
With the exception of the logo and trademarks, the university allows the copying of material from its website solely for personal use or for reference under the University’s Publication Scheme but the reproduction, publication, distribution or broadcast of material for any commercial purpose is strictly forbidden without prior permission from the university. No content may be altered or adapted in any way and permission must be obtained for its inclusion in any papers or other publications. If you wish to apply for copyright clearance to reproduce content, please contact the Copyright and Digital Resources Officer on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The reproduction, adaptation or manipulation of the university logo, anniversary logo, crest or any trademarks is not allowed without prior consent. Permission must be obtained from the university for the use of its logo on any documents, papers or reports, other than for official Brunel University London business. If you wish to use the logo for any reasonable purpose, please contact Publications on email@example.com for permission and instructions on how to download a high resolution version.
You may link to the university home page without permission and other educational establishments may link to specific pages and documents on the university website without prior consent. A link to the university from a third party web page does not imply any endorsement from the university of that web site and no endorsement is implied by any links from Brunel’s web pages to third party sites.