IPERION HS Access Policy
Transnational Access: Conditions of Use
By registering as a user you declare that you have read, understood and will abide by the following conditions of use:
- IPERION HS services must only be used for professional activities that are related to the Heritage Science and compliant with Heritage Management good practices.
- IPERION services and support must be appropriately acknowledged of support for your use as well as any genuine scientific contribution made by the access providers.
- Users must not use the resources or services for any purpose that is unlawful and not attempt to breach or circumvent any administrative or security rules or controls.
- Intellectual property rights, confidentiality agreements and open access principles must be respected.
- Users must protect their access credentials (e.g. private keys or passwords) and not share their account or credentials with anyone or use a shared account to log in.
- All registered information must be correct and up to date.
- Users must immediately report any known or suspected security breach or misuse of the resources, services or access credentials to the access provider.
- The use of services is at the users’ own risk. There is no guarantee that the services will be available at any time or that their integrity or confidentiality will be preserved or that they will suit any purpose. Access providers have a right to request proof of insurance for any object or artefact involved in the User Project.
- You agree that logged information, including personal data provided by you for registration purposes, may be used for administrative, operational, accounting, monitoring and security purposes. You agree that this logged information may be disclosed to other authorised participants via secured mechanisms, only for the same purposes and only as far as necessary to provide the services.
- IPERION HS and its access providers are entitled to regulate, suspend or terminate access without prior notice and without compensation, within their domain of authority, and users must immediately comply with their instructions.
- Users are liable for the consequences of a violation of any of these conditions of use from their part, which may include but are not limited to the reporting of the violation to their home institute and, if the activities are thought to be illegal, to appropriate law enforcement agencies.