The following agreement (“this Agreement”) describes the terms and conditions on which the University of Exeter (“the University”) offers you access and use of material found on this website (“the Website”) and the Ice Flows app (“the App”) (collectively “the Service”). By using the Service you accept and agree to be bound by the Terms and Conditions of Service. The University only grants you the rights contained in this Agreement in consideration of your acceptance of the Terms and Conditions of Service. The Service is provided free of charge solely for purposes that are non-commercial and conducive to education, teaching, learning, private study, and/or research. You agree not to use the Service for any commercial, business or resale purposes, and the University has no liability to you for loss of profit, loss of business, business interruption, or loss of business opportunity.
All intellectual property rights in and to the Service are either owned by or licensed to the University. You acknowledge that this Agreement does not assign or transfer ownership, title or interest of the intellectual property rights in the Service to you.
This Agreement and the relationship between you and the University shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law. You and the University agree that any dispute arising out of or in connection with this Agreement will be subject to and within the jurisdiction of the English courts.
Each time you use the Service via the website or mobile App, the following information may be collected: the type of mobile device or browser you use, your mobile operating system and information about the way you use the App - such as how many times you use the application, how long you use it for, and how far you progress through the game. This data is collected through ‘Unity Analytics’, an app analytics service provided by Unity Technologies Inc to enable it to analyse how the App is used. Details of the information that Unity Analytics collects and how it is used can be found at the following link: http://unity3d.com/legal/privacy-policy.
In common with many organisations, the project uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by GoogleInc to enable us to analyse how our website is used. This means that information about use of our website may be transmitted to Google Inc. This information does not enable you to be identified and is not considered privacy intrusive. Users of the most popular web browsers can install a browser add-on which prevents information being transferred to Google. We use Google Analytics to automatically log certain information about every visit to the site. This includes your IP address1, service provider, and information relating to your requests from our servers, for example date and time, referrer, user agent (browser), request type and details of request size. This information is anonymous and does not identify the user’s personal details.Data Usage & Storage:
The data outlined above is stored by project staff on University servers, as well as Google and Unity Analytics, on the lawful basis of “Contract” – to ensure the Service functions appropriately and provides the best user experience, and Public Task - the Service is the outcome of a research project conducted at the University, funded by a UK Research Institute. In accordance with normal academic practice, the University may share aggregated anonymised information about usage of the Service in reports to demonstrate impact and disseminate research results. The project is ongoing, so the data will be stored for the duration of the project. The University may also share such information with the developers of the Service InHouse Visuals and third parties who are under contract to act for the University. Such information however will be anonymous and will not enable you to be identified.
You can stop all collection of information by the App easily by uninstalling the App, or by ceasing to visit or use the Website, or installing a brower add on as above.
For information on your rights please see the University statement: http://www.exeter.ac.uk/dataprotection/rightsThe University will endeavour to be transparent about its processing of your personal data. However, should you have any queries about the University’s processing of your personal data, further information may be obtained from the Information Governance Manager by emailing email@example.com.
1An IP address is a unique number or address given to every computer or device when it connects to a network allowing it to be identified and communicated with.
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