Unauthorized attempts to deny service, upload information, change information or to attempt to access non-public data from this service are strictly prohibited and may be punishable to the full extent of the law of England and Wales.
Internet websites normally qualify for copyright protection and probably Database Right protection under UK law. Each individual page is considered as a broadcast.
In addition, any attempt to mount this material on another website will be considered an act of communicating the Content to the public without the consent of the copyright owner which will infringe the Right of Communication to the Public. Database Right will also be an issue as the site itself constitutes a database regardless of the status of the individual items incorporated in it.
Copyright in a broadcast Web page covers the signal sent, whereas copyright and database right cover the contents, so copyright would be infringed by:
No Content, or any part thereof, may be permanently copied or reproduced in any form or reproduced on any other system or website, or stored in or transmitted to or from any other electronic or digital form in whole or in part.
The Imagineering Foundation reserves the right to require the removal of any link established by a third party between the Website and any third party website.
Third party copyright
From time to time the Content may include certain third party materials for which the copyright is not owned by the Imagineering Foundation. You may not print (or otherwise store in any permanent form) any items which state that copyright is not held by Imagineering Foundation.
Access to and use of the Website is permitted only by individuals for personal and/or educational use or non-commercial purposes. Subject to certain limitations there is no infringement by ‘fair dealing’, e.g. using material for research (non-commercial) or private study, criticism or for news and current affairs.
You may access and download the Content and store a copy on a temporary basis for the sole purpose of viewing such Content without alteration or addition. You may print any Content (other than third party copyright) in whole or in part provided that such reproduction is to be used for personal and educational purposes only.
You do not have to ask permission to link to this Website as long as it is a link directly to our homepage. It is the responsibility of the linking site to direct the users to read and understand the conditions of use information on our Website, before entering the site. However we do not permit our pages to be loaded into frames on your site. The Imagineering web homepage must load into the user’s entire window.
The Imagineering Foundation does not sponsor, endorse or otherwise approve of any information or statements appearing in any website which may be linked to the Website (nor in sites referred to in or linked to such websites). Listings should not be taken as endorsement of any kind.
We are not responsible for the content or reliability of linked websites. We cannot guarantee that these links will work at all times and we have no control over the availability of linked pages.
We have put in place technical solutions to track and trace all copyright infringement of this Website. All instances of infringement will be pursued.
Some of the Content included on the Website may have been compiled by the Imagineering Foundation from a variety of sources and is subject to change without notice. Although every effort has been made to contact the copyright holders of materials included on this Website, if visitors consider materials to be their copyright and have not been contacted by the Imagineering Foundation, please contact the Foundation at the address below.
The Website is provided for historical, educational and information purposes only and the Website and its Content are made available ‘as is’ and ‘as available’.
The Imagineering Foundation excludes to the fullest extent permitted by the law all warranties in relation to the Website and Content whether express or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of satisfactory quality and fitness for a particular purpose.
In no event shall the Imagineering Foundation be liable for any damage to your computer equipment or software which may occur on account of your access to or use of the Website, or your downloading of materials, data, text, or images from the Website, whether caused by a virus, bug or otherwise.
The Imagineering Foundation does not warrant:
Limitation of liability
The Imagineering Foundation shall not be liable for any losses or damages whatsoever, whether in contract, Tort (including negligence) or otherwise, arising from the Content or the Website.
The Imagineering Foundation shall not be liable for any losses or damages whatsoever arising from the operation or content of such third party websites. The Imagineering Foundation, for the purposes of this notice, shall include its departments, employees, partners, principals, agents and representatives and any third-party providers or source of information or data.
Information on this Website may contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. The information contained on the Website may be changed at any time without prior notification or obligation.
Please note that the above legal and disclaimer notices may be updated by us from time to time. By browsing our Website you accept that you are bound by the current legal and disclaimer notices and therefore recommend that you check these each time you re-visit the Imagineering Website.
GLOSSARY OF TECHNICAL TERMS
IP (Internet Protocol)
All networks connected to the Internet use this technical standard, which allows data to be transmitted between two devices. IP ensures that messages get from one host to another and that messages are understood.
The most common browsers are Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer. They are used to find and display Web pages.
A cookie is a message that is given to a Web browser by a Web server. The message is then stored by the browser in a text file. Each time the browser calls a page from the Web server the message, or cookie, is sent back. Cookies are used to identify visitors to the Website and personalize their visit e.g. by welcoming them back by name.
A server delivers Web pages to your personal computer.
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