Terms and conditions
Copyright and trade mark
Our website, its design and content and all technical infrastructure relating to it is protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights.
Material contained in our website may be downloaded, viewed and printed for personal non-commercial use or for internal non-commercial circulation within your organisation provided that no trade mark, copyright or other proprietary notices contained in or appearing on such material are removed in whole or in part. Material contained in our website may not otherwise be copied, reproduced or redistributed in whole or in part without our prior written permission. In particular, it must not be reproduced or exploited for commercial gain. All other rights are reserved and you must ask our permission before making any other use of material contained in our website. This permission to reproduce material does not extend to material identified as belonging to third parties. You must obtain the permission of the relevant owners before reproducing such material.
The names, trade marks and logos used and displayed on our website are the registered and unregistered trade marks of Jesus College or the University of Cambridge. You may not use these names, trade marks or logos without prior written permission from the relevant owner(s).
Your obligations when accessing our website
In accessing any part of our website, you agree:
- Not to use our website in any way that disrupts, interferes with or restricts the use of our website by other users
- Not to upload, display or transmit any materials to or through our website which are false, plagiarised, offensive, defamatory, threatening, obscene, unlawful or which infringe the rights (including copyright) of any other person anywhere in the world
- Not, except insofar as permitted by law, to reverse engineer, decompile, copy or adapt any software or other code or scripts forming part of our website or attempt to transmit to or via our website any information that contains a virus, worm, Trojan horse or other harmful or disruptive component
- Not to change, modify, delete, interfere with or misuse data contained on our website and entered by or relating to any third party user of our website
Exclusions and limitations of liability
Owing to the nature of the Internet we cannot guarantee that our website or the websites to which it is linked will always be available to you. We also cannot guarantee that any material which you download from or access on our website or the websites to which it is linked will be free from infection, viruses and/or other code that has contaminating or destructive properties. You should therefore ensure that you have appropriate protection against viruses and other security arrangements in place whilst using the Internet.
Our website has been prepared with the primary aim of providing general information about the College, and is not intended to constitute specific advice in relation to any of your particular requirements. Although every reasonable effort has been made to ensure that the information and material we have prepared for our website was accurate at the time of publication, it is subject to variation at any time without notice and we give no warranty whatsoever that any information or material on our website will be accurate or complete at any particular time or at all. If you believe that any information or material which we have prepared for and published on our website is inaccurate or misleading please let us know and, if we agree that the information or material is inaccurate or misleading, we will correct it as soon as is reasonably practical.
We may publish material on our website which is owned or written by a third party. We do not necessarily endorse the views, contents or findings contained in any such material and we are not responsible for the accuracy or otherwise of such material.
In no circumstances shall we be liable to you for any direct or any indirect or consequential loss, loss of profit, revenue or goodwill resulting or arising from your use of or inability to use our website or any other website linked to it, or from your reliance on the information, material and services provided on our website or information, material and services accessed through it.
Our failure at any time to enforce any right we may have against you does not mean that we have waived our right or that we will not enforce that right at a later time.
Social media moderation
The College’s social media accounts provide a place to discuss Jesus College; its research, events and breaking news. We welcome and encourage contributions to online discussion on our social media channels (eg comments, photos and photo tagging).
The College is strongly committed to freedom of speech. We ask all contributors to follow the guidelines below and to keep comments and postings on topic and constructive:
- Don’t break the law. Do not post any hateful, defamatory, obscene, deceitful, offensive, threatening, abusive, inflammatory, discriminatory or harassing comments, images or videos, or promote sexually explicit material or violence. Do not post anything that could prejudice a court case.
- You must not promote discrimination based on background, race, nationality, gender, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation or educational attainment.
- Avoid posting anything that is not your original creative content or that you do not have a lawful right to post, such as infringed branded logos, graphics, copyrighted text, images or videos.
- Don’t post anything that contains spam, advertising or promotion of any services.
- You must not breach any of the terms and conditions set out by the social media platforms themselves.
- Don’t post any personal, confidential or sensitive information; and ensure you protect the privacy of yourself and others.
The College will remove any comments or postings which violate this policy. For repeated violations by the same person, the user may be blocked from being able to interact with the College’s social media accounts for up to 30 days, or permanently where a breach of the policy is considered sufficiently serious.