While we make every effort to keep the Women’s Business Council website up to date, we don’t provide any guarantees, conditions or warranties that the information will be:
• free from bugs or viruses
We don’t publish advice on Women’s Business Council website. You should get professional or specialist advice before doing anything on the basis of the content.
We’re not liable for any loss or damage that may come from using Women’s Business Council website. This includes:
• any direct, indirect or consequential losses
• any loss or damage caused by civil wrongs (‘tort’, including negligence), breach of contract or otherwise
• the use of Women’s Business Council website and any websites that are linked to or from it
• the inability to use Women’s Business Council website and any websites that are linked to or from it
This applies if the loss or damage was foreseeable, arose in the normal course of things or you advised us that it might happen.
This includes (but isn’t limited to) the loss of your:
• income or revenue
• salary, benefits or other payments
• profits or contracts
• anticipated savings
• goodwill or reputation
• tangible property
• intangible property, including loss, corruption or damage to data or any computer system
• wasted management or office time
We may still be liable for:
• death or personal injury arising from our negligence
• fraudulent misrepresentation
• any other liability which cannot be excluded or limited under applicable law
Requests to remove content
You can ask for content to be removed from the Women’s Business Council website. We’ll only do this in certain cases, eg if it breaches copyright laws, contains sensitive personal data or material that may be considered obscene or defamatory.
Contact us to ask for content to be removed. You’ll need to send us the web address (URL) of the content and explain why you think it should be removed. We’ll reply to let you know whether we’ll remove it.
We remove content at our discretion in discussion with the department or agency responsible for it. You can still request information under the Freedom of Information Act and the Data Protection Act.
Information about you and your visits to Women’s Business Council website
We make every effort to check and test the Women’s Business Council website for viruses at every stage of production. You must make sure that the way you use the Women’s Business Council website doesn’t expose you to the risk of viruses, malicious computer code or other forms of interference which can damage your computer system.
We’re not responsible for any loss, disruption or damage to your data or computer system that might happen when you use the Women’s Business Council website.
Viruses, hacking and other offences
When using the Women’s Business Council website, you must not introduce viruses, trojans, worms, logic bombs or any other material that’s malicious or technologically harmful.
You must not try to gain unauthorised access to the Women’s Business Council website, the server on which it’s stored or any server, computer or database connected to it.
You must not attack the Women’s Business Council website in any way. This includes denial-of-service attacks.
We’ll report any attacks or attempts to gain unauthorised access to the Women’s Business Council website to the relevant law enforcement authorities and share information about you with them.
These terms and conditions are governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales.
Any dispute you have which relates to these terms and conditions, or your use of the Women’s Business Council website (whether it be contractual or non-contractual), will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.
There may be legal notices elsewhere on the Women’s Business Council website that relate to how you use the site.
We’re not liable if we fail to comply with these terms and conditions because of circumstances beyond our reasonable control.
We might decide not to exercise or enforce any right available to us under these terms and conditions. We can always decide to exercise or enforce that right at a later date.
Doing this once won’t mean we automatically waive the right on any other occasion.
If any of these terms and conditions are held to be invalid, unenforceable or illegal for any reason, the remaining terms and conditions will still apply.
Changes to these terms and conditions
Please check these terms and conditions regularly. We can update them at any time without notice.
You’ll agree to any changes if you continue to use the Women’s Business Council website after the terms and conditions have been updated.