The D-Day Story website is owned and maintained by Portsmouth City Council of Guildhall Square, Portsmouth PO1 2XL (‘the council’).
The use of this website is subject to the following terms and conditions which you should read carefully. By using this website you agree to be legally bound by these terms and conditions.
The council will use its reasonable endeavours to ensure the availability of the website. The council will also exercise reasonable care in compiling and maintaining the website but does not represent that access to the website or any part of it will be uninterrupted, reliable or fault free.
Whilst the council has taken all reasonable steps to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the content of the website, it accepts no liability (to the extent permitted by law) arising out of the use of or access to this website (which includes without limitation) any errors or omissions contained in this website or if the website is unavailable and the council shall not be liable for any direct or indirect economic loss, loss of reputation or other damage suffered or incurred as a result of or in connection with the use of this website.
The council does not accept responsibility for any external websites or information contained on them or the quality of the material provided on websites which are not owned or controlled by the council.
The council employs technology that aims to impede or prevent malicious programs or activity or software virus’ wherever possible but makes no claim as to the effectiveness of such technology and applies no warranty or guarantee (express or implied) that the website is free of such software or activities.
None of the above exclusions shall affect any statutory rights, which are not capable of being excluded. However in such case the council’s obligation, where permitted by law, will be limited to the re-supply of the website or service to you.
Any failure by the council to enforce any term or condition hereof shall not be deemed as a waiver of the right to enforce such term or condition.
You are responsible for the protection of your computer system including hardware, software and stored data on your computer system. You assume the responsibility of ensuring that programs or other data downloaded or otherwise received from or via the website are free from viruses, worms, Trojan horses or other items of a destructive nature. You must take reasonable precautions to prevent the fraudulent use of your security details including password and must notify the council in the event that you suspect that a third party has obtained your security details.
Information gathered from those who visit the The D-Day Story website is held in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 (“the act”). Personal data is held by the council in order to provide and improve its services to you. As a processor of personal data, the council is required to comply with the provisions of the act including ensuring that data is processed lawfully and that personal data is kept for no longer than necessary. Data is retained in accordance with the council’s corporate records management policy.
The council will not pass on your information to third parties without your consent unless legally required to do so.
The council’s data protection policy can be obtained from Helen Magri, Corporate Information Governance Officer, She may be contacted by email firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone 023 9268 8482.