Terms and Conditions
By using this website, you agree to the Terms and Conditions described here.
Information on the InterTASC website is provided “as is” with no warranty or guarantee that it is correct or up to date, or that it will remain available. Neither InterTASC nor the webmaster may be held liable for any losses experienced by visitors to the site. We reserve the right to alter any content published on the website, and to stop publishing the website. This website is not responsible for content on external websites. Links are provided to these websites for convenience only.
This website is free to use for information and education purposes. It is forbidden to reproduce any content from this website without express permission, unless you are the relevant rights holder for the material. You may link to the InterTASC home page, or to any page on the InterTASC website, provided that doing so does not misrepresent InterTASC or any of its members or officers. You must not attempt to hack, exploit, or reverse-engineer this website. You must not attempt to use the website in any way which is unlawful, illegal or fraudulent.
Privacy and data protection
Personal data is not collected by this website, apart from through the Contact form, which collects a name, email address and message. This information is transmitted to the email address supplied for confirmation, and upon confirmation is only transmitted to InterTASC officers (including, but not limited to the webmaster and/or current chair). This data is only stored on the web server for as long as necessary for this function. InterTASC will never share your personal data with third parties without permission, unless required to do so by law.
All material on this website, unless otherwise stated or where the material is the copyright of a third party, is copyright © 2016 of Tristan Snowsill (the webmaster) and InterTASC.
The design of this website is copyright © 2016 of Tristan Snowsill.
These terms and conditions are governed by the laws of the United Kingdom and the laws of England.