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Website Disclaimer, Copyright, Privacy and Accessibility

1. Disclaimer

While the University of Canberra (UC) and University of Canberra  College Pty Limited (UCC) attempt to ensure the information on this website is  as accurate as possible, they provide no guarantee that the material,  information or publication made accessible is accurate, complete, current, or  fit for any use whatsoever. No reliance should be made by a user of the  material, information or publication accessed via this website. The user should  instead seek confirmation with the originating business area, faculty or other  body within UC or UCC (as the case may be) before making use of the material,  information or publication.

UC and UCC accept no liability or responsibility for any loss or  damage suffered as a result of direct or indirect use or application of any  material, publication or information made accessible via its website.

UC and UCC provide links to companies, organisations and  information external to UC and UCC. In providing such links, UC and UCC do not  accept responsibility for, or endorse the content or condition of, any linked  site.

UC and UCC reserves the right to vary the material, information  or publication on this website without notice.

UC and UCC strive to protect information you provide via its  website and use reasonable endeavours to ensure the information you submit is  not compromised. However, where industry standard security protocols and  information encryption methods are not being used, UC and UCC cannot guarantee  that information you submit over the internet is not subject to interception or  attack.  You should be aware of the risks when submitting information to  UC or UCC in these cases and UC and UCC cannot take responsibility for any  information compromised that you submit. We recommend that you use appropriate  and up-to-date firewall and anti-virus software to protect your computer  systems and information.

2. Copyright

The University of Canberra (UC) or University of Canberra  College Pty Limited (UCC) (as the case may be) claims ownership of the  copyright of all information and materials on the UC and UCC websites developed  by and published by UC or UCC. In addition, some material available on the UC and  UCC websites may be sourced from third parties who have given permission for  the use of their material or material copied under statutory licences. No  information from the UC or UCC websites may be used for commercial or other  purposes (except as legally allowed for personal and educational use) unless UC  or UCC (as the case may be) gives its prior written consent to the intended  use.

3. Privacy

3.1 Web Privacy Statement

The University of Canberra (UC) and University of Canberra College (UCC) are committed to protecting and maintaining the privacy of personal information that you submit. This statement and details following below advise visitors to UC's or UCC's website of the information collected when they visit, how this information may be used and whether or not it may be disclosed.

UC is bound by the Information Privacy Act 2014 (ACT) (the Act). UC complies with the obligation of the Act, including the Territory Privacy Principles outlined in the Act.

3.2 Visiting the University of Canberra Website

Logging of Information

When you visit the University of Canberra (UC) or University of  Canberra College Pty Limited (UCC) website our server makes a record of your  visit and logs the following information:

  • your browser's internet address;
  • the date and time of your visit       to the site;
  • the pages you accessed and       documents downloaded;
  • the previous site visited;
  • the type of browser you are       using; and
  • the username entered if accessing       a restricted site.

UC and UCC use this information for statistical purposes and for  system administration tasks to maintain this service. We do not attempt to  identify individuals as part of our regular business practices however in the  unlikely event of an investigation, UC, a law enforcement agency or other  government agency may exercise its legal authority to inspect our server's  logs.

UC and UCC will not disclose personal information obtained via  UC's or UCC's website unless with the consent of the person concerned or where  otherwise stated at the point of collection.

Sending emails to UC and UCC

If at any stage you provide us with your email address either as  part of a message or by completing a web form, we will only use your email  address for the purposes for which it was provided. We will not subscribe your  email address to any mailing list without your consent.

University of Canberra email Policy

External sites

External sites that are linked to or from the UC and UCC websites  are generally not under our control or responsibility and you are advised to review  their privacy statement.

For more information regarding UC's Privacy Policy, please refer  to the Privacy at UC page.  For more information regarding UCC's Privacy Statement, please refer to Policies and Procedures.

4. Accessibility

'Web Content Accessibility' aims to make content accessible by  everyone regardless of any disability or ability they may have. It is also  about making content more usable to users in general.

The University of Canberra (UC) is committed to providing web  content and web services which are accessible to the widest possible audience  and to provide, as far as possible, the same experience to everyone.

Unfortunately, it is not always possible to enable accessibility  and usability to all areas of the website given the varying software or  technology users may have.

UC acknowledges that while attempting to ensure information is  as up to date and as accessible as possible, some content may not be as  accessible to some users.

If you have any difficulties, questions or suggestions regarding  the accessibility of this site, please refer to the UC Inclusion and Welfare pages, or  contact the UC Inclusion and Welfare Unit by phone on (02) 6201 5233.