Copyright

  • IERIE is a database and all its original content is eligible for protection under Copyright and Database Right.
  • The material contained in IERIE may be used by lawful users in accordance with the Copyright and Rights in Database Regulations 1997 as subsumed into the Copyright, Designs & Patents Act 1988.
  • Any reproduction or distribution of the material on IERIE, including commercial use or sale, is not permitted without the consent of IEH. Requests for such use should be sent to the Web Maintainer indicated at the bottom of the relevant page.
  • This site is copyright 2006 Cranfield University. All Rights Reserved.

Disclaimer

  • Every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the material on the IERIE site. The material is regularly reviewed and is subject to alteration from time to time.
  • IEH, DH, CEFIC and Cranfield University are not responsible for the content of external Internet sites that are referenced or linked to by IERIE.
  • IEH, DH, CEFIC and Cranfield University do not accept liability for any loss, damage or injury of any kind resulting from a defect or inaccuracy in the information or code in the material contained within the pages of IERIE.
  • IEH, DH, CEFIC and Cranfield University do not accept responsibility or liability for any loss, damage or injury of any kind resulting from the interpretation or use of the information in the material contained within the pages of IERIE.

Privacy

  • This privacy statement explains data collection for and the use of these data in IERIE. This statement only applies to IERIE and does not apply to those external sites referenced or linked to by IERIE.
  • The references to "personal data" made throughout this site are to the various categories of personal data identified by European and other data privacy laws as requiring special treatment, including in some circumstances the need to obtain explicit consent.
  • The personal data collected for and maintained on IERIE may only be obtained through lawful means and will be limited to and consistent with the fulfilment of the aims of IERIE.
  • Personal data may not be disclosed or otherwise used for a purpose other than that specified at or prior to the time of collection, without the consent of the subject of the data.
  • Data specified not to be published on the website will be held only on the Institute's internal database and will not be made available on the Internet or to any other parties without the consent of the subject of the data.
  • Data are protected by being stored on computer servers with limited access that are located in controlled facilities.
  • You confirm that you are entitled to disclose data about third parties you supply us with and that we are entitled to use such information in the same way that we use information that you supply about yourself. You are entitled to request access to information that we hold about you and to require it to be corrected if it is inaccurate. Requests for such corrections should be sent to the IERIE project co-ordinator.
  • We may, from time to time, send further information (by post, email or otherwise) relating to the Institute's products or services that may be of interest to those who have supplied data to IERIE. You may notify us at any time if you do not wish us to contact you with such information by sending an email message to the IERIE project co-ordinator.

Cookies

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