This policy governs the manner in which Speak Out collects, uses, maintains and discloses information.

Copyright

Content on this website is copyright © of Speak Out Advocacy Project unless otherwise stated. Where Speak Out Advocacy Project copyright applies, users can download material for private research, study or in-house use only. Users must not copy, distribute, or publish any materials from this website. Any other use of Speak Out Advocacy Project copyright materials requires written permission.

Privacy and data protection

This website is managed by Speak Out Advocacy Project and fully complies with the terms of the Data Protection Act 1998. We will only use the personal information provided by you for the purposes for which you provide it. We will only keep the information provided for no longer than is necessary for those purposes. We will not share the information with third parties without your explicit consent.

Reliability of information and external links

Whilst we have taken all reasonable care in compiling this website, and every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the content, we can take no responsibility for any inaccuracies which may occur. Furthermore, we will take no responsibility for any loss or damage whatsoever caused as a result of any inaccuracy within the website.

Within the website there may be provided links to other websites as assistance to the user. Speak Out Advocacy Project have no responsibility for these linked websites and have no control over their content. We cannot accept any responsibility for the content should this cause offence to the user of be deemed to be inappropriate by the user.

Virus protection

Speak Out Advocacy Project make every effort when compiling and maintaining this website to ensure the content is virus free. By your use of this website you accept use of the website without any warranty, either express of implied, from either organisation. We will not accept any responsibility for any loss, damage, defects or failure through your use of this website. We recommend users make use of anti-virus software on their system when accessing any material from this or linked websites.

Website availability

Although the Speak Out Advocacy Project website has been tested and should work correctly under normal circumstances, there are many factors both within and outside our control which may prevent the website from being available to users. No responsibility is accepted by either organisation for any losses that may arise from an inability to access resources on this site. Where a user finds a specific error in the coding of a web page, or where he/she considers a page to be in breach of accessibility, it is condition of use of this site that web team (webmaster@speak-out.org.uk) be notified in order that appropriate action may be taken.