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1. GENERAL CONDITIONS OF USE

1.1 All rights in the Website belong to the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) or its third-party licensors and are protected by copyright, trademarks, service marks and/or other proprietary rights and laws of the United Kingdom and other countries. All individual articles, columns and other elements of the Website are also copyright works and you agree to abide by all applicable copyright and other laws, as well as any additional copyright notices or restrictions contained in the Website or in these Terms and Conditions. 

1.2 You agree to use the Website solely for your own use and benefit and not for resale or other transfer or disposition to any other person or entity. You further agree not to use, transfer, distribute or dispose of any part of the Website in any manner.1.3 This Website is hosted, managed and updated by Caspian Media Ltd, the IIA's Audit & Risk publishing partner. 

2. DISCLAIMER

2.1 The Website is updated on an 'as is' basis without warranties of any kind, either express or implied. 

2.2 Information is correct at the time of publication 

2.3 The IIA may change or withdraw part of the Website. 

2.4 The Website may not be compatible with your browser or computer configuration.3. 

3. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

3.1 In no event shall IIA, nor the publishing partner Caspian Media, be liable for any loss or damage including arising out of or in connection with the use of this Website, its contents (or part thereof).

4. PRIVACY POLICY

4.1 The IIA and Website will comply with the relevant English data protection laws, so any personal details provided to us will not normally be disclosed to third parties without the User's consent. 

4.2 The IIA reserves the right to notify or provide such information to the relevant authority if, in its sole opinion, the IIA believes an emergency, illegal activity or some other reasonable basis exists for doing so. 

4.3 The IIA reserves the right to store and use Users' personal data solely for its own internal purposes and the IIA further reserves the right to access, monitor and retrieve password-protected information in order to fulfil our obligations in these terms and conditions. 

5. TRACKING AND USE OF COOKIES

Generic, anonymous tracking is only undertaken to create general Website statistics for analysis. 

6. COMMENTS AND CONTENT

6.1 No metatags, hyperlinks or other forms of linkage whatsoever to any other website may be imposed on the Website unless express prior permission has been given.

6.2 All comments are moderated prior to publishing.

6.3 All material on this website is protected by copyright. You may only copy, download and reproduce it for Your own personal use. You must not use it for reproduction on any other Website, or in any way for commercial purposes or gain not listed below (where a separate licence is required) unless You first obtain the IIA's written consent.

6.4 By submitting a comment, You automatically grant the IIA the royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable right and license to use, reproduce, modify, edit, adapt, publish, translate, create derivative works from, distribute, perform and display such material (in whole or part) worldwide and/or to incorporate it in other works in any form, media, or technology now known or later developed for the full term of any rights that may exist in such content. You acknowledge:

6.4.1. we may select or reject any material for publication at Our sole discretion and no correspondence will be entered into. 

6.4.2. your email address and password are personal to You and You must not allow anyone else to use them. 

6.4.3. you must not impersonate any other user of the website or do anything to assist an unregistered user to gain access to the website.

6.4.4. that use of Your personal data by the IIA is subject to Our Data Protection and Privacy Policy. 

6.4.5. You further agree that by submitting any material to the IIA, You also waive all Your moral rights in such materials and agree not to contribute any material:

6.4.5.1. that is threatening, defamatory, intentionally offensive abusive, liable to incite racial hatred, pornographic, obscene, in breach of confidence, in breach of privacy; or 

6.4.5.2. that is discriminatory against race, religion, disability, sexual orientation or gender; or 

6.4.5.3. which constitutes or encourages conduct that would be considered a criminal offence, give rise to civil liability, or otherwise be contrary to the law of or infringe the rights of any third party, in the UK; or 

6.4.5.4. which is technically harmful (including, without limitation, computer viruses, logic bombs, Trojan horses, worms, harmful components, corrupted data or other malicious software or harmful data) You further agree that if You knowingly send any material which is technically harmful that IIA retains the right at its sole discretion to pursue You for all legal fees (including its own and those of any third party), damages and other expenses that may be incurred as a result of Your actions; or 

6.4.5.5. that You understand and agree that any breach of these warranties may cause the IIA damage and loss and You agree to indemnify the IIA and keep the IIA at all times fully indemnified from and against all claims, costs, loss or damage incurred by the IIA directly or indirectly as a result of any material posted by You on the website or any use by You of the website.

We will fully co-operate with any law enforcement authorities or court order requesting or directing the IIA to disclose the identity or locate anyone posting material in breach of this clause.

6.5.5.6. All comments submitted to the Audit & Risk website are via third party commenting service Disqus.com ("Disqus"). Disqus will only collect Your email to update You of any reponse to your comment and will email You relating to Your comment only. Disqus.com may also collect information about Your usage of the Disqus service; such information will not specifically identify You as an individual, but may be used to report anonymous information about Your usage of the Audit & Risk website and the Disqus service on that site. Disqus will not use Your data for any other purposes.

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