The Oxford Review terms and conditions

Terms and conditions

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Updated 06/10/19

The OR Briefings Terms and Conditions

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The OR Briefings

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Terms and conditions

  1. Privacy Statement & GDPR
  2. Collection of Personal Information
  3. Cookies
  4. Username and Password
  5. Access
  6. Additional Information
  7. Intellectual Property Rights
  8. Use of materials
  9. Disclaimer
  10. Security policy
  11. Delivery Times
  12. Issuing credit
  13. Returns and cancellation
  14. Conditions applicable
  15. Price and payment
  16. Warranties
  17. Delivery
  18. Acceptance
  19. Title and risk
  20. Remedies of the buyer
  21. Returns
  22. Testimonials, comments and contributions
  23. Limitation of liability
  24. Proper Law
  25. Your rights
  26. Terms and conditions – Materials
  27. Notes for Authorised Users
  28. Terms and Conditions of Use of materials and content
  29. Section 1. Rights and Obligations of the Licensee/subscriber/member
  30. Section 2. Obligations of Oxcognita
  31. Section 3. Notes for Authorised Users
  32. Copyright
  33. Licensed Rights

Terms and conditions

The OR Briefings

The OR Briefings is an Oxcognita LLC. product, and is wholly owned by Oxcognitca LLC. Any and all references to The OR Briefings or The Oxford Review (previous name) is taken to apply and refer to Oxcognita LLC.

Limited UK operations are managed by our agents Oxford Review Enterprises Ltd.

Oxford Review Enterprises Ltd is a UK Private Limited Company Registered Company No. 11166915 and is the sole agent for Oxcognita LLC. in the UK.

Oxcognita LLC is a Limited Liability Company Registered in St. Kitts and St. Nevis.

 

Definitions

‘Buyer’ and ‘Subscriber’ means the person, firm or company whose name appears on the invoice or credit note.

‘Conditions’ means the terms and conditions of the sales of Publications set out below.

‘Document’ means the invoice or credit note on the reverse of which the Conditions are printed.

‘The Oxford Review and OR Briefings means and refers to Oxcognita LLC. in all cases

‘The Publishers’ means any such original journals research is published in or by.

‘Briefings’ or ‘briefing’ refers to an original review and briefing. As such it contains other studies, expert comment, interpretation and practitioner advice. It is not a copy of the original study which is referenced. The original study should be consulted and referenced in all cases. The research briefing is for informational and educational purposes only. We do not accept any liability for the use to which any review and briefing is put or for it or the research accuracy, reliability or validity. The briefings are an original work in their own right and are copyright worldwide Oxcognita LLC. Any use made of our briefings and reviews is entirely at your own risk.


1. Privacy Statement & GDPR

As we continue to develop our website and take advantage of technologies to improve the service we provide, this policy may change. We therefore encourage you to refer to this policy on an ongoing basis so that you understand our current privacy policy.

The Oxford Review site my contain links to other websites. The Oxford Review is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of any other website or entity.

By accessing or using the The Oxford Review website, you agree to the terms of our Privacy Statement, as outlined below. If you do not agree to these terms, please do not access or use this site.

2. Collection of Personal Information

When you engage in certain activities on this site, such as subscribing/buying products, registering for free trials, signing up for free reviews and briefings for example, The Oxford Review may ask you to provide certain information about yourself by filling out and submitting an online form. It is completely optional for you to engage in these activities. If you elect to engage in these activities, however, The Oxford Review may require that you provide personal information, such as your name, mailing address, e-mail address, and other personal identifying information. When ordering products on the site, you may also be asked to provide a credit card number.

When you submit personal information to The Oxford Review, you understand and agree that The Oxford Review and Oxford Review Enterprises Ltd. and its subsidiaries and affiliates may transfer, store, and process your customer profile in any of the countries and databases in which The Oxford Review and its affiliates maintain offices, including without limitation, the United Kingdom. The personal information you submit will remain confidential to The Oxford Review and any referring payment gateways.

The Oxford Review collects this information in order to record and support your participation in the activities you select. If you order a product, for example, the information is used to register your license and rights, if any, to technical support, upgrade discounts, or other benefits that may be made available to registered users. If you enter a contest, information is collected to qualify the entry and contact you regarding the contest or prize awards. The Oxford Review also uses information that you provide as part of our effort to keep you informed about The Oxford Review products and services.

The Oxford Review recognises and appreciates the importance of responsible use of this information. If you do not want the information you provide to The Oxford Review to be used to inform you of other products and special offers from The Oxford Review, and you indicate this preference when you provide the information to The Oxford Review, The Oxford Review will honour your preference. We do not sell or give your personal information to third parties with the exception of payment gateways when you purchase products from The Oxford Review.

3. Cookies

The Oxford Review uses ‘cookies’ and other technologies to collect information on the website to assist in monitoring the website’s web page flow, promotional effectiveness as well as to promote trust and safety.

If you decline our cookies, some features and access to some parts of the website will not be available to you or may not function properly.

If you choose to accept our cookies, you can also delete such cookies later from your computer – refer to your internet browser’s help files. If you delete the cookies, any settings and preferences controlled by those cookies will be deleted and will need to be recreated when you visit the website subsequently.

For more information on Cookies, see www.aboutcookies.org.

 4. Username and Password

When you have registered on our website and have been provided with a username and password, you agree not to make available your username and/or password to anyone else. If there is any disclosure of your username and/or password, you agree to notify us immediately, so that we can take appropriate security measures.

We reserve the right to suspend or cancel your registration at our sole discretion without giving you any reasons.
You can cancel your registration via the “unsubscribe” link at any time.

5. Access

While we endeavour to ensure that the website is normally available 24 hours a day, we shall not be liable if for any reason the website is unavailable at any time or for any period. Access to the website may be suspended temporarily and without notice in the case of system failure, maintenance or repair or for other reasons beyond our control.

6. Additional Information

You may access certain parts of the website without subscribing or providing The Oxford Review with your details.

As the information on the website may be incomplete, out of date or inaccurate and may contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors, we reserve the right to update the website at our sole discretion. Thus, such information may be changed or updated without notice.

Only current VIP and corporate members have access to the archive.

7. Intellectual Property Rights

Subject to the use of materials clause above. All materials on our website are and remain the copyright of The Oxford Review or are reproduced with permission from the copyright owners. All rights are reserved. The materials on our website may be retrieved and downloaded solely for personal use. No materials may otherwise be copied, modified, published, broadcast or otherwise distributed without the prior written permission of The Oxford Review unless you have a subscription that then gives you the below rights:

8. Use of materials

To keep things fair and to prevent any misunderstandings there are three of things we do insist on: These are the terms of membership:

  1. If you share any of our materials you must leave the copyright message and branding on, and
  2. Subject to 1 above: If you have a personal (non-corporate) account you can use all of the materials in your personal practice and with clients – this includes training, lectures, briefings, coaching etc. but you can’t put the materials on another organisation’s (a clients) intranet or any other distribution engine/process. Basically it’s okay to hand them out in face-to-face development work, meetings etc. just not distribute them across entire organisations.
  3. Subject to 1 above: If you have a corporate account you can put the materials on the subscribing organisation’s intranet and distribute the materials across the organisation the subscription is in the name of. You can of course also use them with clients – this includes training, lectures, briefings, coaching etc. But you can’t put the materials on another organisations (a clients) intranet or any other distribution engine/process. Basically it’s Okay to hand them out in face-to-face development work, meetings etc. use them internally but not across another organisations

 9. Disclaimer

The Oxford Review produces reviews, expert interpretation and briefing about research. As such the research briefings, podcasts and other materials contain other studies, expert comment and practitioner advice. They not a copy of the original study which is referenced. The original study should be consulted and referenced in all cases. The research briefings are for informational and educational purposes only. We do not accept any liability for the use to which this review and briefing is put or for it or the research accuracy, reliability or validity. This briefing as an original work in its own right is copyright Oxford Review Enterprises Ltd. Any use made of this briefing is entirely at your own risk.

Whilst we make every effort to ensure the accuracy of our materials, The Oxford Review makes no warranties or representations of any kind concerning the accuracy or suitability of the information contained on the website for any purpose. All such information is provided “as is” and with specific disclaimer of any warranties of merchantability, fitness for purpose, title and/or non-infringement. The Oxford Review makes no warranties or representations of any kind that the services provided by the website will be uninterrupted, error-free or that the website or the server that hosts the website are free from viruses or other forms of harmful computer code.

In no event shall The Oxford Review, its employees or agents be liable for any direct, indirect or consequential damages, loss of opportunity, loss of data, loss of goodwill, loss of anticipated savings or loss of profits resulting from the use of the website even if The Oxford Review has been advised of such loss.

Neither party’s liability for personal injury or death caused by negligence or for fraud is excluded or limited.
The exclusions set out in this legal notice only apply to the extent permitted by law.

 

10. Security policy

We use PayPal to collect/process transaction information’ and provide link to our security policy at https://www.paypal.com/uk/webapps/mpp/paypal-safety-and-security.

PayPal provides a secure payment gateway (Level 1 PCI DSS), processing payments for thousands of online businesses, including ours. It is PayPal’s utmost priority to ensure that transaction data is handled in a safe and secure way.

PayPal uses a range secure methods such as fraud screening, I.P address blocking and 3D secure. Once on the Sage Pay systems, all sensitive data is secured using the same internationally recognised 256-bit encryption standards.

PayPal is PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) compliant to the highest level and maintains regular security audits. They are also regularly audited by the banks and banking authorities to ensure that their systems are impenetrable.

PayPal is an active member of the PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) that defines card industry global regulation.

In addition, you know that your session is in a secure encrypted environment when you see https:// in the web address, and/or when you see the locked padlock symbol alongside the URL.

So when buying through our site, you can be sure that you are completely protected.

11. Delivery Times

Your order will be processed and despatched within 72 hours, usually however this is instantaneous.

 12. Issuing credit

We can issue credit via PayPal within 48 hours if there is a problem with your order.

Delivery by our distributors and their Terms and Conditions

13. Returns and cancellation

You may cancel a subscription at any time. The cancellation will take effect at the next point of billing. For all subscribers that will be the next planned payment date. Your membership and access to materials will continue until that point. No further payments will be taken from the date of the cancellation.

14. Conditions applicable

These Conditions shall apply to all contracts for the sale of Publications to the exclusion of all other conditions including any conditions which the Buyer may purport to apply under any purchase order or confirmation of order or similar document.

Any variation to these Conditions (including any special terms and conditions agreed between the parties) shall be inapplicable unless agreed in writing by The Oxford Review or the Publisher.

All orders of Publications shall be deemed to be an offer by the Buyer to purchase the Publications pursuant to these Conditions.

2.4 Acceptance of delivery of the Publications shall be deemed as conclusive evidence of the Buyer’s acceptance of these Conditions.

15. Price and payment

The price for the Publications is set out on the invoice you will receive with the product and in the Publisher’s catalogue and unless indicated otherwise is exclusive of VAT.

The Buyer shall pay for the Publications within the number of days stipulated on the Document, such number of days to be calculated from the end of the month in which the Document is dated.

Interest on overdue invoices shall accrue from the date when payment becomes due, from day to day until the date of payment at a rate of 2% above Barclays Bank Plc’s base rate from time to time in force and shall accrue at such a rate after as before any judgement together with compensation for debt recovery costs pursuant to the provisions of the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 and as amended and supplemented by The Late Payment of Commercial Debts Regulations 2002. Marston may withhold further supplies in the event that amounts payable are overdue or for any other reason at its sole discretion.

Any discounts to the price of the Publications are to be agreed with the Publishers.

All unavailable titles are recorded as dues unless marked cancelled on the invoice.

The Buyer may instruct The Oxford Review not to record dues. This instruction will be implemented unless the Buyer countermands the instruction for any particular order.

The Oxford Review may at their discretion elect not to record dues. All unavailable titles will be noted as cancelled on the invoice.

Invoices should be paid in full, early settlement discounts are not applicable.

16. Warranties

All terms, conditions and warranties (whether implied or made expressively) whether by The Oxford Review or its servants or agents otherwise or in relation to the quality and/or fitness for the purpose of the Publications or any of the Publications are excluded.

17. Delivery

Time for delivery of any Publications is not guaranteed and time for delivery is not of the essence in any order.

The Oxford Review shall not be liable to the buyer for late delivery or unavailable items.

The Oxford Review shall arrange for the Publications to be delivered to the Buyer’s delivery address. The Buyer shall make all the necessary arrangements to take delivery of the Publications whenever they are tendered for delivery.

18. Acceptance

The Buyer shall be deemed to have accepted the Publications 72 hours after delivery to the Buyer.

Where the Buyer accepts or has been deemed to have accepted any Publications, The Oxford Review shall have no liability whatever to the Buyer in respect of the Publications (except for any defective Publications).

Any claim for damaged Publications or for shortage of Publications must be notified in writing to The Oxford Review within seven days of receipt of the Publications, otherwise no claim will be considered.

Where dues are recorded, as shown on the invoice, they will be deemed to be accepted by the Buyer unless The Oxford Review is requested to cancel them within 72 hours of receipt of the invoice.

19. Title and risk

The Publications shall be at the Buyer’s risk as from delivery to the Buyer’s premises or to the Buyer’s appointed shippers, whichever occurs first.

In spite of delivery having been made, the property in any of the Publications supplied by The Oxford Review shall not pass to the Buyer until full payment for the Publications and any other sums owed by the Buyer to The Oxford Review has been received by The Oxford Review and until full payment has been received by The Oxford Review any Publications delivered to the Buyer by The Oxford Review remain the property of the Publishers.

Notwithstanding the other provisions of this clause The Oxford Review and the Buyer expressly agree that until the Buyer has paid in full any sums payable by the Buyer to The Oxford Review any Publications delivered to the Buyer on this Document or any other Document up to the value of the sums owed by the Buyer to The Oxford Review remain the property of the Publishers and the Buyer shall hold them as bailee.

If the Buyer sells the Publications before payment in full has been made and if The Oxford Review so requires the Buyer shall hand over to The Oxford Review all claims for payment against the sub-purchaser.

So long as property in the Publications may not have passed to the Buyer The Oxford Review may maintain an action against the Buyer for the price of the Publications and for the expense of recovering any Publications under the power contained in the preceding sub-clause.

Notwithstanding that the property in the Publications may not have passed to the Buyer The Oxford Review may maintain an action against the Buyer for the expense of recovering any Publications under the powers contained in the preceding sub-clause.

It is agreed between the Buyer and The Oxford Review (without prejudice to the generality of the said Clause) that The Oxford Review may recover the Publications and payment shall automatically become due if:

(a) the Buyer fails to pay by the due date for any Publications supplied by The Oxford Review

(b) the Buyer does or fails to do anything which would entitle an Administrator or an Administrative Receiver to take possession of any of its assets or would entitle any person to present a petition to wind up the Buyer; and/or

(c) the Buyer passes any resolution to wind itself up, publishes a notice convening a meeting of its creditors pursuant to Section 98 of the Insolvency Act 1986 or any statutory modification or replacement thereof; and/or

(d) the Buyer if an individual has a bankruptcy order made against it or enters into any arrangement for the benefit of his creditors generally and in any such event The Oxford Review shall not be obliged to make any further delivery to the Buyer.

The Buyer shall not pledge or in any way charge, borrow or offer any security for any indebtedness any of the Publications which are the property of the Publishers. Without prejudice to the other rights of The Oxford Review or the Publishers, if the Buyer does so, then all sums whatsoever owing by the Buyer to The Oxford Review shall immediately become due and payable.

20. Remedies of the buyer

Where the Buyer rejects any Publications the Buyer shall have no further rights whatever in respect of supply to the Buyer of such Publications or the failure by The Oxford Review to supply any other Publications which conform to the details set out on the invoice.

21. Returns

The Buyer may only return Publications for credit when this is done in accordance with the relevant Publishers returns policy and prior authorisation has been given. Unauthorised returns will not be credited to the Buyer and may be sent back to the Buyer or pulped in both cases at the Buyers expense.

Publications that are denoted “FIRM SALE” are supplied strictly on the basis that credit will not be given even if they are returned to The Oxford Review unless covered by specific legislation such as the Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000.

22. Testimonials and contributions

Any and all contributions, testimonials and comments left on this site become the property and copyright of Centre i Ltd and The Oxford Review and may be used in sales promotions, advertising and editorial.

23. Limitation of liability

In the event of any breach of the Conditions by The Oxford Review, the remedies of the Buyer shall be limited to the cost of the subscription or other payment made by the client. The Oxford Review shall be under no liability whatever to the Buyer for any indirect loss and/or expense (including the loss of profit) suffered by the Buyer arising out of a breach by The Oxford Review of this contract.

Under no circumstances shall The Oxford Review liability to the Buyer exceed the net price of the Publications set out on the invoice.

24. Proper Law

The Conditions shall be constituted in accordance with and are subject to the laws of England.

25. Your rights

We are governed by and comply fully with the General Data Protection Regulation in regard to processing of personal data.

We may use third party applications such as email providers etc. for ease of administration, but :

1.    We will never sell or pass your details to any other organisation without your direct consent.
2.    We will only use your details to keep you updated with what we are doing and to contact you regarding The Oxford Review.

You can request a copy of the details we hold on you at any time- email us [email protected]

You can request that we delete your details at any time, just email us at [email protected]

26. Terms and conditions – Materials

Notes for Authorised Users

These notes are provided as guidance for Authorised Users. They do not replace the full Terms and Conditions (see below), and in the event of a difference between these and the full Terms and Conditions, the wording of the full Terms and Conditions takes precedence.

You qualify as an Authorised User of The Oxford Review to which you (individual members) or your organisation (organisational or small teams members) has a paid electronic subscription if you are:

1.    The individual to which the membership / subscription applies, or are
2.    a current member of the organisation or small team which has a current membership /subscription;

You may:

  1. access the Material
  2. search the Material
  3. download and/or view the Material
  4. print copies of the Material for :
    1. your own private use (individual members) or
    2. the use of your organisation (small teams and organisational members) or it’s people
    3. send a colleague a print or electronic copy of small amounts of the Material for their own use or the
    4. use of or within the organisation
    5. use the Material in your own work without further permission, but you must appropriately acknowledge the source of that Material
  5. use the Material in course packs that you prepare for courses/ workshops and coaching sessions you teach or coach on
  6. use the Material for text and data mining
  7. use (repurpose) the Material for the basis of blogs, newsletters, podcasts, videos, and other such inter- and intra-organisational communication as long as you appropriately acknowledge the source of that Material and do not copy that material.
  8. Pass small amounts* (numbers) of research briefings to colleagues and friends outside your organisation or business as long as it remains un altered and retains the copyright notice, header and footer.

You may not

  1. give your password or login details to anyone not authorised to have them.
  2. make the Material available to anyone not authorised to receive it
  3. make the Material available publicly
  4. use the Material for commercial purposes whereby you are reselling our Material
  5. allow the Material to be used by others for similar commercial purposes
  6. use, or allow the Material to be used, in ways which would damage the commercial use of the Material by The Oxford Review
  7. alter the Material or remove or obscure copyright notices from it

*Note: Small amounts of the Material means not more than 10% of any individual book or Oxford Review or not more than than 5% of the total number of research briefings sent to you. If you wish to use more, please contact us at [email protected]

Terms and Conditions of Use of materials and content

THESE ARE THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS THAT YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY GOVERNING ACCESS TO AND USE OF THE CONTENT OF THE OXFORD REVIEW FOR WHICH THE LICENSEE IS PURCHASING ACCESS ON AN ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION BASIS, TOGETHER WITH THE GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING YOUR USE OF OUR WEBSITE AND OUR SERVICES.

Section 1. Rights and Obligations of the Licensee/subscriber/member

1.1 The Licensee may use and access and allow Authorised Users (as defined below) to use and access the electronic versions of THE OXFORD REVIEW (THE OXFORD REVIEW Material/research briefings/podcasts etc.) which are available to the Licensee via the Licensee’s subscription provided always that such access and use is via a secure server over which the Licensee has sufficient control to limit distribution of THE OXFORD REVIEW Material to the Authorised Users. The Licensee shall ensure that the Notes for Authorised Users above are made available to all Authorised Users and visitors to the THE OXFORD REVIEW Sites including the members site e.g. by means of a connect webpage and/or library information packs. All rights in THE OXFORD REVIEW Material which are not specifically granted to the Licensee under this License are expressly reserved to THE OXFORD REVIEW.

1.2 The following are Authorised Users of THE OXFORD REVIEW Material: current paid up members/subscribers of THE OXFORD REVIEW, members of the small team (small teams membership) to which the small teams membership applies, or current member of the current member organisation of the Licensee who are subject to the Licensee’s normal terms and conditions for ensuring compliance with the terms of this License. Remote electronic access to and use of THE OXFORD REVIEW Material by people other than Authorised Users is not permitted other than permitted through the said membership. Authorised Users may distribute single copies of individual articles in print or electronic form to other Authorised Users within the organisation or team for their personal use.

1.3 These terms and conditions cover use of THE OXFORD REVIEW material within the secure network of the Licensee (the Site):

1.4 The Site: Depending on the license purchased, the secure network may cover a single organisational site (organisational license), an organisation or customer covering multiple sites (a multi-site license) or a number of organisations operating under a single license (a consortial license).

1.5 The Licensee may not use or permit Authorised Users to use THE OXFORD REVIEW Material for the purposes of monetary reward by means of sale, resale, loan, hire, lease or any other form of exploitation.
1.6 A current member/Licensee may store THE OXFORD REVIEW Material for purely archival purposes. If the member ceases to be a member / licensee they must remove and destroy all archived copies, except those sent to them in the normal course of their membership.

1.7 The Licensee/member may make such local electronic copies by means of caching {or mirrored storage} of all or part of the Licensed Materials as are necessary solely to ensure efficient use by Authorised Users.

1.8 The Licensee may not otherwise store or permit Authorised Users to store the SAGE Journals Material on any medium, transfer, reproduce, modify, publish or otherwise exploit THE OXFORD REVIEW Material except in so far as is reasonable to exercise the rights granted under this License. Neither the Licensee nor the Authorised Users may make any part or parts of the THE OXFORD REVIEW Material available for access by way of remote computing services beyond the Site with the sole exception of remote access by Authorised Users

1.9 THE OXFORD REVIEW Material may not be used by the Licensee or Authorised Users in any form of activity competitive with THE OXFORD REVIEW.

1.10 The Licensee is responsible for all charges associated with accessing THE OXFORD REVIEW Material, including any charges levied by the intermediary through whom the electronic subscription is delivered, as well as any computer equipment, software, telecommunication or internet connection charges.

1.11 . The Licensee may incorporate parts of THE OXFORD REVIEW Material in printed course packs and electronic reserve collections for the use of Authorised Users in the course of instruction at the Licensee’s organisation or for the pursuance of that organisations purposes but not for commercial re-sale. Each such item shall carry appropriate acknowledgement of the source, listing title and author of the extract, title and author of the work, and the publisher. Copies of such items shall be deleted by the Licensee when they are no longer used for such purpose. Course packs in non-electronic non-print perceptible form, such as audio or Braille, may also be offered to Authorised Users who are visually impaired. Permission for other reproduction should be sought from THE OXFORD REVIEW.

1.12 The Licensee may not remove, obscure or modify copyright notices, text acknowledging, attributions or other means of identification or disclaimers as they appear. The Licensee may not alter, adapt or modify THE OXFORD REVIEW Material, except to the extent necessary to make it perceptible on a computer screen, or as otherwise permitted in this Agreement. Alteration of words or their order is strictly prohibited.

1.13 Save as set out in these terms and conditions, the Licensee may not display or distribute any part of THE OXFORD REVIEW Material on any electronic network, including without limitation the Internet and the World Wide Web, and any other distribution medium now in existence or hereinafter created, other than by a Secure Internal Network (intranet). This Clause shall survive termination of this Agreement for any reason.

1.14 The Licensee and Authorised Users shall have unlimited access to THE OXFORD REVIEW Material, 24 hours/day, seven days/week. Notwithstanding the foregoing, THE OXFORD REVIEW reserves the right to shut down THE OXFORD REVIEW platform without prior notice to resolve any technical issues that may arise at any time as determined in THE OXFORD REVIEW’s sole and absolute discretion.

1.15 The Licensee acknowledges that there are certain system requirements that are necessary in order to use THE OXFORD REVIEW Material on THE OXFORD REVIEW platform, and the Licensee is financially and technically responsible for ensuring that these requirements are met. These system requirements are: (a) full access to the Internet (TCPIP) and (b) a World Wide Web browser, either Netscape (version 6.0 or higher) or Microsoft Internet Explorer (Version 5.0 or higher). Other suitable browsers should include support for HTML 4.0, XHTML 1.0, and CSS 1 (Cascading Style-sheets). Use of the Administrative Profile Module requires support for Javascript 1.5. THE OXFORD REVIEW recommends using the most current browsers available.

1.16 In the event that the Licensee ceases to subscribe to THE OXFORD REVIEW content, the Licensee retains a perpetual right of access to the content which was published and sent to the licensee / organisation during the term of the subscription. Access to that content after termination of this agreement will be not be available through THE OXFORD REVIEW platform, and therefore needs to be saved by the member/subscriber licensee prior to the membership ceasing.
In addition all access to non-subscribed back content ceases on termination of the subscription.

Section 2. Obligations of THE OXFORD REVIEW

2.1 Whilst THE OXFORD REVIEW makes every effort to ensure accuracy of our research briefings, THE OXFORD REVIEW does not make any representation or warranty or accept responsibility for the accuracy, currency, or completeness of the content of THE OXFORD REVIEW Material. THE OXFORD REVIEW reserves the right to withdraw from THE OXFORD REVIEW Material any item contained in it or any part of it if THE OXFORD REVIEW believes that such item contains any material which may be legally objectionable, on whatever grounds.

2.2 During the term of the subscription, access will be offered to back volume content files of THE OXFORD REVIEW where it is available.

Section 3. Notes for Authorised Users

The Licensee is encouraged to print-out, photocopy, place on library webpage or otherwise make available to Authorised Users these notes.

Copyright

The entire contents of THE OXFORD REVIEW Material (including individual articles and other material appearing in the journals) are protected by copyright.

Licensed Rights

Electronic access to THE OXFORD REVIEW Material is governed by the terms of licenses which regulate such access. The following notes provide information on some key elements of these licenses.

·      You qualify as an Authorised User of THE OXFORD REVIEW Material to which your institution has a paid subscription if you are a current member of the organisation or team at the Site for which a license has been purchased.
·      You may (i) access; (ii) search; (iii) download and/or (iv) view THE OXFORD REVIEW Material and make single printed or electronic copies of individual articles for your personal use only (individual subscribers or for the use of your team or organisation (small team and organisational members / subscribers). You may use THE OXFORD REVIEW Material by remote access to a secure server if your site offers this facility.
·      You may transmit to a third party colleague or client / customer in hard copy or electronically, individual amounts of the Licensed Materials for their personal or professional use but in no case for resale or commercial purposes. In addition, you have the right to use, with appropriate credit, figures, tables and brief excerpts from the Licensed Materials in your own work.
·      You may extract or use information contained in the Materials for your professional purposes, including, but not limited to, text and data mining, extraction and manipulation of information for the purposes of illustration, explanation, example, comment, criticism, teaching, research, or analysis.
·      You may not (i) sell; (ii) loan; (iii) lease; (iv) transfer; (v) modify or (vi) reproduce or otherwise use the THE OXFORD REVIEW Material or any part of it except as is permitted in clause 2 above.

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