Terms and Conditions : CARLA project online exhibition
Intellectual property rights
The works in this site are protected by copyright laws and treaties around the world. All such rights are reserved. The University is the owner or the licensee of all intellectual property rights in the site and in the material appearing on the site. The material includes but is not limited to works such as images, artwork, text, data, files, audio/visual clips, illustrations, designs and documentation (the 'Content') and the collection, arrangement and assembly of the Content. Material prepared for the primary purpose of providing information about the Cultures of Anti-Racism in Latin America (CARLA) project and the University and organisations with which it is associated or affiliated has been placed on the site by the University ('University Material').
Unless otherwise indicated on the site, extracts of the Content and University Material from the site may be accessed, downloaded and printed for your personal and non-commercial use and you may draw the attention of others within your organisation to material posted on the site. Unless explicitly licensed or permitted by us, you may not:
- use any part of the Content or University Material on the site for direct or indirect commercial purposes or advantage without obtaining a licence to do so from the University or its licensors
- modify or alter the paper or digital copies of any Content or University Material printed off or downloaded in any way
- sell, resell, license, transfer, transmit, display in any form, perform, hire, lease or loan any Content or University Material in whole or in part printed or downloaded from the site
- systematically extract and/or re-utilise substantial parts of the Content or University Material from the site
- create and/or publish your own database that features substantial parts of this site.
Nothing contained in the site shall be taken, construed or considered as a grant of licence or right to use the trademarks of the CARLA project or University or that of any third party displayed on the site without the prior written permission of the respective owner/s.
The CARLA project team has made every reasonable effort to locate, contact and acknowledge copyright owners and wishes to be informed by any copyright owners who are not properly identified and acknowledged on this site so that we may make any necessary corrections.
Notice and takedown policy
If you are a rights holder and are concerned that you have found material on our site for which you have not given permission or is not covered by an exception or exemption in national law, please contact the University’s Copyright Guidance Service, who will deal with your submission in accordance with the University’s takedown notice.