Acceptable Use Policy
Please read the terms of this policy carefully before using the site
What's in these terms?
This acceptable use policy relates to our website royalvoluntaryservice.org.uk and our sub-domains, including virtualvillagehall.royalvoluntaryservice.org.uk (the ‘site’). It sets out standards and requirements that apply whenever you link to our site or interact with our site in any way.
Who we are
The site is operated by Royal Voluntary Service (‘we’, ‘our’, ‘us’), a charity registered in England and Wales under number 1015988 and in Scotland under number SC038924. Our registered office is at Hanley Centre, 29 Charles Street, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire ST1 3JP.
We are regulated in England and Wales by the Charity Commission and in Scotland by OSCR, the Scottish Charity Regulator.
By using our site you accept these terms
By using our site, you confirm that you accept the terms of this policy and that you agree to comply with those terms.
If you do not agree to these terms, you must not use our site.
We recommend that you print a copy of this policy for future reference.
There are other terms that may apply to you
Our Website Terms also apply to your use of our site.
You may use our site only for lawful purposes. You may not use our site:
- In any way that breaches any applicable local, national or international law or regulation.
- In any way that is unlawful or fraudulent or has any unlawful or fraudulent purpose or effect.
- To transmit, or procure the sending of, any unsolicited or unauthorised advertising or promotional material or any other form of similar solicitation (spam).
- To knowingly transmit any data or send or upload any material that contains viruses, Trojan horses, worms, time-bombs, keystroke loggers, spyware, adware or any other harmful programs or similar computer code designed to adversely affect the operation of any computer software or hardware.
You also agree:
- Not to reproduce, duplicate, copy or re-sell any part of our site in contravention of the provisions of our Website Terms
- Not to access without authority, interfere with, damage or disrupt:
- any part of our site;
- any equipment or network on which our site is stored;
- any software used in the provision of our site; or
- any equipment or network or software owned or used by any third party.
Breach of this policy
Failure to comply with this policy constitutes a material breach of the Website Terms and may result in our taking all or any of the following actions:
- Immediate, temporary or permanent withdrawal of your right to use our site (including our sub-domains).
- Issue of a warning to you.
- Legal proceedings against you for reimbursement of all costs on an indemnity basis (including, but not limited to, reasonable administrative and legal costs) resulting from the breach.
- Further legal action against you.
- Disclosure of such information to law enforcement authorities as we reasonably feel is necessary or as required by law.
The actions we may take in response to breaches of this policy are not limited to those described above, and we may take any other action we reasonably deem appropriate.
We may make changes to the terms of this policy
This policy was published on 28 May 2020, when it replaced our existing acceptable use policy.
We may amend this policy from time to time. Every time you wish to use our site, please check this policy to ensure you understand the terms that apply at that time.
How to contact us
If you wish to discuss this policy or any matter relating to it, please email us at email@example.com
Which country's laws apply to any disputes?
If you are a consumer, please note that the terms of this policy, its subject matter and its formation are governed by English law. You and we both agree that the courts of England and Wales will have exclusive jurisdiction except that if you are a resident of Northern Ireland you may also bring proceedings in Northern Ireland, and if you are resident of Scotland, you may also bring proceedings in Scotland.
If you are a business, the terms of this policy, its subject matter and its formation (and any non-contractual disputes or claims) are governed by English law. We both agree to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.