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Terms and conditions

Author: Naace Office
Naace provides access to and use of this website subject to the following terms and conditions. All users agree to be legally bound by the terms and conditions from the first time they access the 'open' areas of the website or log in to the Members' areas.
Please review the terms and conditions from time to time to ensure that you are aware of any changes to the terms and conditions which may be made by Naace.

Views and opinions

The views and opinions expressed in individual Articles contributed by Members, Sponsors and Journal authors do not necessarily represent those of Naace.

Contributor and Submitter details

Contributors' email addresses will never be made publicly visible as a result of submitting an Article. However, the Submitter's email address will be visible to logged in users of the Naace website.

Personal data

Naace will ensure that all personal data supplied is held securely, in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.

Submitting Articles

Articles may include text, images, presentations, 'download to print' files, video or audio. By submitting an Article to the Naace website, you agree that Naace may have a perpetual, royalty-free, non-exclusive right and licence to use, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish, distribute, make available to the public and exercise all copyrights with respect to the Article. Furthermore, Contributors warrant that the Article is your own original work, you have the right to make it available to Naace, that it is not defamatory and does not infringe any law.

Intellectual property rights

Contributors and Submitters warrant that content of Articles, including images and other associated files where included, is the intellectual property of the Contributor or Author. Visitors to the website may re-use content in any way for personal, educational and non-commercial use.
Terms and conditions
Naace provides access to and use of this website subject to the following terms and conditions. All users agree to be legally bound by the terms and conditions from the first time they access the 'open' areas of the website or log in to the Members' areas.