Cambridge University Library/DSpace@Cambridge
Use of deposited works
Copyright and other intellectual property rights subsist in this site, in the Deposited Works and in any accompanying documentation and metadata.
The author/s of each Deposited Work in DSpace@Cambridge has asserted his or her moral right to be acknowledged as the author/s of their Deposited Work.
You agree to acknowledge in any publication, based wholly or in part on a Deposited Work, the original author/s/creator/s, and publisher where applicable, of the Deposited Work.
Except as otherwise noted on a Deposited Work/s, Deposited Works in DSpace@Cambridge are made freely available for access, printing and download for the purposes of non-commercial research or private study only. You are free to make or use personal copies in print or electronic format as permitted under statutory provisions of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 as amended.
You may not further copy, reproduce, publish, post, broadcast, transmit, make available to the public, hire, rent, lease, license, sell or otherwise use a Deposited Work in whole or in part or in any manner or in any media without the express written permission from the appropriate rights owner/s of the Deposited Work/s.
You must obtain written permission from all appropriate rights owner/s if you wish to copy or use a Deposited Work in whole or in part for a direct or indirect commercial purpose.
You may provide hyperlinks to DSpace@Cambridge, its pages and the Deposited Work/s without the prior written consent from the Cambridge University Library. Such hyperlinks must display the relevant page in the same form as this site, without amendment or framing.
The trademarks, which shall be deemed to include all logos, shields and service marks, including but not limited to those of the University of Cambridge, the Cambridge University Library, DSpace and of any third party displayed on this site or in Deposited Work/s, are the registered and unregistered trademarks of the same. Nothing contained in this site or in provision of services by DSpace@Cambridge shall be taken, construed and/or considered as a grant of licence or right to use the trademarks displayed on this site without the prior written permission of their respective owners.
Disclaimer and no warranty
In no event shall DSpace@Cambridge be liable to any party for any of the following losses or damages (whether such losses be foreseen, foreseeable, known or otherwise): loss of data, loss of revenue or anticipated profits, loss of business, loss of opportunity, loss of goodwill or injury to reputation, loss suffered by third parties, any direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential loss or damages arising out of the use of this site or use of the Deposited Work/s whether or not amended by third parties and regardless of form of action.
DSpace@Cambridge provides the Deposited Works “as is” without any representations or any kind of warranty made (whether express or implied by law) to the fullest extent permitted by law, including the implied warranties of satisfactory quality, fitness for a particular purpose, non-infringement, compatibility, security and accuracy.
The limitations and exclusions shall not apply in respect of claims for personal injury or death caused by negligence or in respect of fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation.
Applicability and linked sites
DSpace@Cambridge and Deposited Works may contain links to third party websites (‘Linked Sites’). DSpace@Cambridge is not responsible for the contents of any Linked Site, including without limitation any changes or updates to a Linked Site. DSpace@Cambridge is not responsible for webcasting or any other transmission received from any Linked Site, nor is it responsible if the Linked Site is not working properly. DSpace@Cambridge provides these links to the End-User only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement of any website or any association with its operators. The End-User is responsible for viewing and abiding by the privacy, copyright and terms and conditions posted at the Linked Sites.
These terms and all questions of construction, interpretation, validity and performance under this Agreement shall be governed by English law and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.