Copyright and Disclaimer
DID YOU KNOW?
Any images, photographs, articles,
pages, designs, drawings, software, music, information and other materials
published on the Internet and the Services are protected by copyright.
Publishing material on the Internet and on the Services does not mean it is
available for anyone to copy. Unless the owner of that copyright specifically
states that you may copy the work, you should assume that you cannot.
Copyright law states that copyright comes into existence
automatically when a work is created, without any formal application to an
external authority. If you wish to reproduce anything, permission must first be
sought from the owner of the copyright. If no copyright © symbol appears,
it does not mean that it is copyright free, and it is an infringement of
copyright to copy, reproduce, adapt, translate, broadcast or perform copyright
protected material without permission, to make infringing copies available to
the public or otherwise to knowingly deal in infringing copies.
material published by Watton on the Web is the copyright of Watton on the Web,
whether text or design, and you need our permission before reproducing anything
in any way, unless otherwise stated in our material. We do allow small extracts
from our publications to be reproduced in certain circumstances. Sometimes
there is a nominal fee to pay, and a credit to Watton on the Web is always
required alongside the printed article in the publication. We would expect an
acknowledgment to say: 'Extract from A Question of Ethics, © copyright
Watton on the Web, Watton, 2002. Reproduced with permission.' We would be
grateful for a copy of the finished article for our records, and may sometimes
request to see the finished article before giving permission.
USING THE WEB SITE:
Nobody may use the Web site,
either directly or indirectly:
(a) to transmit, publish, link to, make available or receive
any material which is defamatory, offensive, abusive, obscene, indecent,
racist, harmful, threatening or menacing; or
(b) in a way that will be a breach of any person's rights,
including a breach of confidence, copyright, privacy or any other rights; or
(c) in breach of any instructions we have given you under
the Agreement; or
(d) in a way that is associated with a criminal offence; or
(e) in a way that does not conform with the acceptable use
or anti-spam policies of any connected networks, the standards of the
Advertising Standards Authority, professional publishing standards or any
Internet standards; or
(f) to infringe by the use of any domain name, mail box name
or otherwise upon the rights of any other person in a trade mark or name
whether in statute or common law; or
(g) to send email or any other type of electronic message
with the intention or result of affecting the performance or functionality of
any computer facilities.
(h) all of the clip art images from Watton Clip Art are in
the public domain and as far as we are aware can be freely used by anyone.
The content included
in this site has been created by a number of sources and therefore doesn't
reflect the views of Watton on the Web. The writer of the material has
copyright but has allowed Watton on the Web to use the material within the site
and is still copyrighted by Watton on the Web. If therefore you see any
material that is plagiarized please contact us, so that we might withdraw the
material and carry out a full investigation.
Because of the number of writers involved in the production
of the site, Watton on the Web can take no responsibility for the accuracy,
validity or soundness of any material published on the site, and would advise
anyone following any view given, to seek professional advice before taking any
action. If therefore you find yourself in any of the situations described in
the site or in a relationship with anyone in such a situation we strongly
advise that you go to a professional for help such as a Pastor or Minister, or
a profession and recognised Counsellor. The pages here are too generalised to
offer specific answers to specific problems and therefore it is important that
the material is not used in this way.