Terms of use

1. Terms and Conditions of Use

These website terms and conditions of use apply to the use of the website operated by ECF Cancer Foundation (ECF), a Belgian based not-for-profit organisation and any and all ‘content’ from the website such as scientific, technical, contractual, product, programme, pricing information; news, educational materials, publications, guides, presentations, abstracts; other information available on the website such as data, text, software, music, sound, photographs, graphics, video, messages, and other materials.

 

ECF reserves the right to amend these terms & conditions at its sole discretion, without prior notice, on condition that details of the amendments are published on the 150YearsMarieCurie website. They become effective from the time of posting. Use of the website after the posting constitutes acceptance of the modified terms & conditions.

 

Please read the terms carefully. The terms are entered into by and between the user and ECF, and the user accepts them by using the website in any manner and/or by otherwise acknowledging his/her agreement with the terms. If the user doesn’t agree to all of the terms, he/she should not use the website.

 

Should you require further information or have comments on ECF terms & conditions, please contact us at:

 

ECF Office – 40, rue Martin V – BE 1200 Brussels

Tel: +32.2.775.93.40 – Fax: +32.2.779.54.94 – Email: info@ecf.org

 

2. Copyright – Intellectual Property

The 150YearsMarieCurie website is owned by ECF. All content owned by ECF on the 150YearsMarieCurie website is copyrighted under Belgian and International law.

 

All rights in content on the 150YearsMarieCurie website (including without limitation all articles, statements, texts, images, logos and design) are owned by or licensed to the ECF exclusively. All rights are expressly reserved by ECF.

 

Use of and access to any content licensed to ECF by third parties is subject to any additional terms or conditions of use which may apply. Any additional terms will usually be made available at the point at which one obtains or registers to access such content. By accessing such content, one agrees to comply with such additional terms of use, if any. Such licensed content may only be used in accordance with those additional terms as well as in accordance with these terms. If you have any questions regarding the ownership or use of content on the website, please contact ECF at the address below.

 

Any content may be copied and distributed on a limited basis for non-commercial purposes only, provided that any material copied remains intact and that all copies include the following to notice in a clearly visible position: “Copyright © ESTRO Cancer Foundation. All rights reserved”, as well as links to www.150YearsMarieCurie.org where appropriate. These materials may only be used for personal use.

 

Copy, modification or use of any content included on the 150YearsMarieCurie website for any commercial purpose without the authorisation of ECF is a violation of patent, copyright and other proprietary rights including intellectual property rights owned by ECF and/or its contributors. Any copying or redistribution for commercial purposes or for compensation of any kind requires prior written permission from ECF.

 

The use of the ECF Logo and ECF corporate visuals (including, but not limited to, graphics, images, videos…) is subject to written authorisation by ECF. Any unapproved use may result in actions being taken by ECF to require removal of material concerned from display / distribution and possible legal action.

 

3. General Conditions

Content, products and services
ECF reserves the right to add, modify or remove any information, products and/or services from the ECF website at any time and without notice.

 

Unavailability/Force Majeure
ECF disclaims all responsibilities for the unavailability of the ECF website and services caused by conditions beyond its control including, but not limited to Acts of God, Government restrictions, wars, insurrections and/or any other cause beyond the reasonable control of ECF.