Terms and conditions
Brunel University London invites you to share your own original content on the Brunel University London 50th Anniversary Website, including photographs, video, audio, text and memories. Any content you submit must meet the acceptable use policy and content standards set out below. Please only submit content if you agree to the Terms. By submitting content and continuing to use this website you indicate your full acceptance of these Terms.
These Terms also set out the rules governing how the University may use your contribution.
Acceptable use policy
- You may not submit content which you do not own or have permission to share publicly.
- You confirm that the content you submit to this website is your own original content to which you own the copyright. Any material you upload to our site will be considered non-confidential.
- If you are not the copyright owner of the content, you confirm that you are authorised on behalf of the copyright owner to submit the content and agree to these Terms on the copyright owner’s behalf.
- Copyright in content you submit remains with you, but you grant the University a non-exclusive licence to use the content freely in the ways outlined in these Terms. You will continue to have the right to use the content yourself or license others to use the content.
- You agree that the University may use the content you submit in any reasonable way it chooses in any media or format throughout the world, free of charge. The University may use the content for marketing and publicity purposes or as otherwise appropriate.
- You confirm that you have the consent of anyone who might be personally identifiable in your content to submit the content to a public website.
- All content you submit will be moderated by the University and may or may not be edited or removed, as appropriate.
- You grant the University the right to amend, edit or remove content as required for editorial purposes.
- Content submitted to this website will be archived in line with University policy.
- You agree not to damage, disrupt or access without authorisation any part of our website or network.
- The University may take legal action against anyone who misuses or interferes with the website or network, submits rogue content, or who attempts to temporarily or indefinitely interrupt or suspend website services via any means.
These content standards apply to all material in whole or in part which you contribute to our site and to any interactive services associated with it.
- Any factual contributions you make should be accurate and any opinions should be genuinely held. All contributions must comply with applicable laws in the UK and those in any country from which they are posted.
- Your contributions must not infringe the intellectual property rights of any other party, including copyright or trade mark.
- You must not contribute material which is defamatory, fraudulent, obscene, offensive, hateful, abusive, discriminatory or which is otherwise unlawful in any way.
- Contributions may not contain advertising or promote other services or websites.
- Contributions must not invade the privacy, or disclose personal data of another person.
- The University may be required to disclose information about you to a third party in the event that material posted or uploaded by you to our website constitutes a violation of their intellectual property rights, or of their right to privacy, or that is otherwise unlawful.
- Unless otherwise stated, the copyright and intellectual property rights of all material held on this website belongs to Brunel University London or has been licensed to the University.
Disclaimer and complaints procedure
- The University is not responsible or liable to any third party, for the content or accuracy of any content posted by you or any other user of this website. For full details see our website disclaimer.
- Complaints about any material on this website should be addressed to the maintainer of the page by using the page feedback link that is found at the bottom of every page on this site. The University will endeavour to respond to any complaints within two working days.