Terms of use

Last updated 15 August 2018

The Oxford Magazine and its affiliates (collectively, “The Oxford Magazine”, “us” or “we”) provide its content on this Web site (the "Site") subject to the following terms and conditions (the "Terms"). We may periodically change the Terms, so please check back from time to time. By accessing and using this Site, you agree to these Terms. For an explanation of The Oxford Magazine practices and policies relating to the collection, use, storage and distribution of personal information, please read our Privacy policy.

If you have any questions about changes to the terms and conditions please email hello@oxforddigital.co.uk. This site complies with the appropriate UK legislation and some of the services on this site may only be available or applicable to UK residents and businesses. Your use of this site and the services provided are subject to these conditions.

1. Copyrights

All content and functionality on the Site, including text, graphics, logos, icons, and images and the selection and arrangement thereof, is the exclusive property of The Oxford Magazine or its licensors and is protected by English and international copyright laws. All rights not expressly granted are reserved.

2. Trademarks

The trademarks, service marks, designs, and logos (collectively, the "Trademarks") displayed on the Site are the registered and unregistered Trademarks of The Oxford Magazine and its licensors. You agree that you will not refer to or attribute any information to The Oxford Magazine or its licensors in any public medium (e.g. press release, Web sites) for advertising or promotion purposes, or for the purpose of informing or influencing any third party and that you will not use or reproduce any Trademark of, or imply any endorsement by or relationship with, The Oxford Magazine or its licensors except with written consent from The Oxford Magazine.

3. Use of site content

The Oxford Magazine hereby grants you a non-exclusive, non-transferable license for the term hereof to access and download, display, and print one copy of the content and functionality displayed on the Site (the "Site Content") on any single computer solely for your personal (non-commercial) use, provided that you do not modify the Site Content in any way and that you retain all copyright and other proprietary notices displayed on the Site Content. You may not otherwise reproduce, modify, distribute, transmit, post, or disclose the Site Content without The Oxford Magazine's prior written consent.

4. User postings

You acknowledge and agree that The Oxford Magazine shall own and have the unrestricted right to use, publish, and otherwise exploit any and all information that you post or otherwise publish on the Site in postings, survey responses, and otherwise, and you hereby waive any claims against The Oxford Magazine for any alleged or actual infringements of any rights of privacy or publicity, moral rights, or rights of attribution in connection with The Oxford Magazine's use and publication of such submissions. You agree that you shall not post or otherwise publish on the Site any materials that (a) are threatening, libellous, defamatory, or obscene; (b) would constitute, or that encourage conduct that would constitute, a criminal offence, give rise to civil liability, or otherwise violate law; (c) infringe the intellectual property, privacy, or other rights of any third parties; (d) contain a computer virus or other destructive element; (e) contain advertising; or (f) constitute or contain false or misleading statements. The Oxford Magazine does not and cannot review all information posted to the Site by users and is not responsible for such information. However, The Oxford Magazine reserves the right to refuse to post and the right to remove any information, in whole or in part, for any reason or for no reason at all.

5. Notices of infringement and takedown by The Oxford Magazine

The Oxford Magazine prohibits the posting of any information that infringes or violates the copyright rights and/or other intellectual property rights (including rights of privacy and publicity) of any person or entity. If you believe that your intellectual property right (or such a right that you are responsible for enforcing) is infringed by any content on the Site, please write to The Oxford Magazine at the address shown below, giving a written statement that contains: (a) identification of the copyrighted work and/or intellectual property right claimed to have been infringed; (b) identification of the allegedly infringing material on the Site that is requested to be removed; (c) your name, address, and daytime telephone number, and an e-mail address if available; (d) a statement that you have a good faith belief that the use of the copyrighted work and/or exercise of the intellectual property right is not authorised by the owner, its agent, or the law; (e) a statement that the information in the notification is accurate, and, under penalty of perjury, that the signatory is authorised to act on behalf of the owner of the right that is allegedly infringed; and (f) the signature of the intellectual property right owner or someone authorised on the owner's behalf to assert infringement of the right. The Oxford Magazine will remove any posted submission that infringes the copyright or other intellectual property right of any person in conformance with English Law. English law provides significant penalties for submitting such a statement falsely. Under appropriate circumstances, persons who repeatedly submit infringing or unlawful material will be prohibited from posting further submissions. The Oxford Magazine contact for submission of notices under this Section 5 is: webmaster, The Oxford Magazine, C/O RedBreed Business Services Limited, Venture House, 105 West Hendon Broadway, London NW9 7BN, email: hello@oxforddigital.com.

6. Disclaimers

THE CONTENT AND FUNCTIONALITY ON THE SITE IS PROVIDED WITH THE UNDERSTANDING THAT THE OXFORD MAGAZINE IS NOT HEREIN ENGAGED IN RENDERING PROFESSIONAL ADVICE AND SERVICES TO YOU. ALL CONTENT AND FUNCTIONALITY ON THE SITE IS PROVIDED "AS IS," WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE OXFORD MAGAZINE AND ITS THIRD-PARTY CONTENT PROVIDERS MAKE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AS TO THE OWNERSHIP, ACCURACY, OR ADEQUACY OF THE SITE CONTENT. THE OXFORD MAGAZINE SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY INFORMATION PUBLISHED ON LINKED WEB SITES, CONTAINED IN ANY USER SUBMISSIONS PUBLISHED ON THE SITE, OR PROVIDED BY THIRD PARTIES. NEITHER THE OXFORD MAGAZINE NOR ITS THIRD-PARTY CONTENT PROVIDERS SHALL BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES OR FOR LOST REVENUES OR PROFITS, WHETHER OR NOT ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES OR LOSSES AND REGARDLESS OF THE THEORY OF LIABILITY.

7. Third-Party Web Sites

We may provide links to third-party Web sites, and some of the content appearing to be on this Site may be supplied by third parties, for example, in instances of framing of third-party Web sites or incorporation through framesets of content supplied by third-party servers. The Oxford Magazine has no responsibility for these third-party Web sites, which are governed by the Terms of Use and privacy policies, if any, of the applicable third-party content providers.

8. Termination

If you cease to be a client, candidate, associate, member, partner or staff of The Oxford Magazine, you may no longer be eligible to use certain services that are provided via the Site. Either of us can terminate this arrangement on reasonable notice to the other. You can notify us by writing to our webmaster at:
Webmaster
The Oxford Magazine
Oxford Digital Services Limited
19 Lynn Close
Oxford OX3 0JH
United Kingdom

or by email to hello@theoxfordmagazine.com

We can send you an e-mail to notify you of termination, or any other means of communication that is permitted by law.

9. Governing Law; Jurisdiction

Your use of this site and these conditions are subject to English law and the jurisdiction of the English courts.