Terms of Use

  1. Introduction.
    1. The East Dunbartonshire Asset Map website, subsequently referred to as ‘Our’ website, is operated by Ceartas on behalf of the OPAL partnership, subsequently referred to as ‘We’ or ‘Us’. You can find contact details for Ceartas in section 11.
    2. These terms shall govern your use of our website. We reserve the right to amend these terms from time to time.
    3. By using our website, you accept these terms and conditions in full; accordingly if you disagree with these terms and conditions or any part thereof, you must not use our website.
    4. If you register as a user of our website, submit any material to our website, or access information through our website, we will ask you to expressly agree to these terms and conditions.
  2. Copyright notice.
    1. Copyright © 2021 Ceartas, on behalf of the OPAL partnership.
    2. The copyright and all other intellectual property rights of all material on our website is owned and controlled by either:
      1. Us, and we reserve all rights to that material; or,
      2. Our licensors, with whose permission we reproduce their material. Links to each Licensor’s website will be provided on the relevant page for their own Copyright information and Terms of Use.
  3. Permission to use website.
    1. You may:
      1. View pages from our website in a web browser;
      2. Share hyperlinks to pages from our website;
      3. Download pages from our website for caching in a web browser;
      4. Print pages from our website for non-commercial use;
      5. Submit draft pages to our website for moderation;
    2. subject to the other provisions of these terms of use.
    3. Except as expressly permitted in section 3.1 or any other provision in these Terms of Use, you must not download any material from our website, or save it to an electronic device.
    4. You may use our website for your own personal use, on behalf of someone else in your capacity as a carer, for the purposes of volunteering or carrying out charitable work, or as part of your practice as a Health- or Social Care worker. You must not use our website for any commercial purpose, or any other purpose.
    5. Except as expressly permitted in these Terms Of Use you must not edit or otherwise alter any material from our website.
    6. Unless you own and control the relevant rights of the material, you must not:
      1. Extract any material from our website and republish it;
      2. Sell, rent or sub-license any material from our website;
      3. Use any material from our website for commercial purposes;
      4. Extract material from our website and redistribute it;
    7. We reserve the right to suspend or limit general access to our website, for example in case of updating or maintaining the website, or in case of malfunction or cyber-attack. You must not circumvent or bypass, or attempt to circumvent or bypass, any access restrictions that have been placed on our website.
  4. Misuse of website.
    1. You must not:
      1. Use our website or take any action in a way that causes, or may cause, impairment of the website’s performance, integrity, accessibility, or security.
      2. Use our website in a way that is unlawful, illegal, fraudulent or harmful; or in connection with any unlawful, illegal, fraudulent or harmful purpose or activity.
      3. Hack or otherwise tamper with our website.
      4. Probe, scan or test the vulnerability of our website without our permission.
      5. Circumvent or bypass any authentication or security processes or systems on or relating to our website.
      6. Use our website to store, host, transmit, send, use, or publish any material which is, or is linked to, any spyware, computer virus, trojan horse, worm, keystroke logger, rootkit or other malicious software.
      7. Impose or create an unreasonable load on our website and its host server.
      8. Decrypt or decipher, or attempt to decrypt or decipher, any communications sent by or to our website without our permission.
      9. Conduct any systematic or automated data collection activities on or in relation to our website, including without limitation scraping, data mining, data extraction, and data harvesting without our permission.
      10. Access our website using any automated means like a robot or spider, except for the purpose of search engine indexing.
      11. Use our website or any material from our website other than through our website’s public interface.
      12. Violate the terms, or allow any automated system to violate the terms, of the directives laid out in our robots.txt document.
      13. Use information collected from our website for the purposes of marketing, direct mailing, bulk SMS messaging, or any other commercial activity.
      14. Misuse the draft page submission facility of our website by using it for any purpose other than its intended purpose.
    2. We reserve the right to specifically limit your access to our website if we believe you have misused our website and thereby breached these Terms of Use. This limitation may be in the form of, but not limited to:
      1. Restricting accounts of registered users.
      2. Suspending or deleting accounts of registered users.
    3. Blocking unregistered users by IP address.
  5. Use on behalf of organisations.
    1. If you use our website on behalf of an organisation, thereby accepting these Terms of Use, then by doing so you bind both:
      1. Yourself; and,
      2. The responsible person, company or other legal entity that constitutes that organisation to these Terms of Use. References to ‘You’ in these Terms of Use refers to both the individual using our website and the responsible person, company or other legal entity that constitutes that organisation.
  6. Registration and accounts.
    1. Accounts for our website are registered to individuals, and to organisations. We treat these sorts of accounts differently.
      1. As a member of the public, you may register an account, and this will be treated as Us processing Your personal information in accordance with all relevant data protection and privacy laws in the UK.
      2. As an organisation with a relevant interest in the aims of our website, and who wish to contribute to our website, we ask you to register an organisational email address and password to create an account. This is in order to limit the processing of personal data for people who work for other organisations.
    2. You as an individual, and as an organisation as detailed in section 5.1, are responsible for the security of your account with our website. You must:
      1. Create a strong and unique password consisting of at least eight characters, including at least one each of: upper case letters, lower case letters, numbers, special characters (eg @#~!$&*).
      2. Keep that password confidential, safe and secure (you may share account details between individuals within the organisation, but not with other individuals, or with organisations outwith the registered organisation).
    3. Notify us immediately in writing if you become aware that your account security has been compromised.
    4. You as an individual or as an organisation must not:
      1. Use another individual’s or organisation’s account with our website.
      2. Use your account credentials for our website to register with another website; or use pre-existing credentials from another website to register with our website (ie use the same password on another website).
    5. Disclose personal data about yourself or anyone else in the material you submit to our website.
    6. We reserve the right to force you to change your password, to limit access to your account, or to remove your account from our website.
  7. Directory.
    1. We publish a directory of community assets for the people of East Dunbartonshire, in the form of a searchable map, to promote health and wellbeing across the Local Authority area.
    2. For the purposes of our website a community asset is, but not limited to:
      1. A geographical place, location or route.
      2. A non-commercial organisation, service or charity with physical premises.
      3. A support or interest group which meets periodically.
      4. Exercise and sport activities
      5. Health Service and Local Authority / Health- and Social Work / Social Care services.
      6. Private health and wellbeing service providers who provide no other service.
    3. You may submit a draft page with details of a community asset for consideration and moderation. We reserve the right to:
      1. Reject your submission.
      2. Edit your submission.
      3. Contact the subject of your submission for the purposes of verification.
      4. Allocate authorship or ownership of your submission to another contributor (this is an administrative procedure – each contributor is responsible for editing and maintaining a number of pages. By allocating your submission to another contributor we are ensuring that it stays up-to-date).
    4. If you submit a draft page to our website, you must:
      1. Provide accurate information about the community asset.
      2. Provide an accurate location of the community asset.
      3. Provide opening times, or dates and times of meetings where appropriate.
      4. If you provide contact details for a community asset, this should be the organisation’s contact details and not personal contact details.
    5. If you submit any material to our website, you must not:
      1. Include anyone’s personal data as part of your submission, including your own.
      2. Include photographs with anyone’s face as part of your submission.
      3. Include any discriminatory, defamatory or derogatory material as part of your submission.
      4. Make reference to unlawful activities, products or services, or make a submission with a view to conducting any unlawful activity or entering into an unlawful contract or arrangement.
  8. Our right to use your content.
    1. In these Terms of Use, ‘Your content’ means any and all material, including but not limited to text, images, files and their metadata, that you submit to our website.
    2. You grant us a license to store, adapt and reproduce your content on our website. Our website is accessible worldwide, and cached copies of the website may be available indefinitely, therefore this is a wide-reaching license.
    3. We will endeavour to protect the material you license to us from external misuse, as detailed in section 3.5, but you hereby waive your moral rights in your content to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law; and you warrant and represent that all other moral rights in your content have been waived to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law.
  9. Indemnity.
    1. We will regularly review the content of our website to ensure it is as accurate as possible; however the details of third-party organisations are subject to change without any requirement that the third party makes reference to us or our website.
    2. We present the information in our website to you in good faith, and having made reasonable efforts to ensure its accuracy; however we accept no liability for any inaccuracies in the information presented on our website.
    3. Most of the community assets presented on our website will provide an external hyperlink to the relevant web page for that community asset. We have no control over the content of external websites, and we accept no liability for the content of third-party websites.
    4. The purpose of our website is to provide you with information about, and links to, community assets in East Dunbartonshire. If you decide to engage with a third-party activity, organisation or company, that is a matter between you and the third party. We accept no liability for loss, damage or injury occasioned by you engaging with third parties.
  10. Breaches of Terms of Use.
    1. If we reasonably believe that you have breached the Terms of Use for our website, we reserve the right to limit your access to our website as noted in section 4.2.
    2. If you believe that your access has been limited in error (for example you share an IP address with someone whose access has been limited), you can contact us using the details below in section 11.
  11. Our details.
    1. Our website is the East Dunbartonshire Asset Map. The URL for our website is https://eastdunassets.org.uk. Our website is operated by Ceartas on behalf of the OPAL partnership.
      1. Ceartas
        Suites 5 – 7 McGregor House
        10 Donaldson Crescent
        Kirkintilloch
        G66 1XF
    2. You can contact Ceartas by telephoning 0141 775 0433 or emailing info@ceartas.org.uk.
    3. The OPAL partnership consists of Carers Link, Ceartas, East Dunbartonshire Citizens Advice Bureau, and East Dunbartonshire Voluntary Action. You can contact OPAL by telephoning 0141 438 2347 or emailing mail@opaleastdun.org.uk.