Terms and Conditions for the Usage of MITMedia (including all sub-pages)
Terms and Conditions
Manukau Institute of Technology (“MIT”) maintains this website (“Site”) to store and share video, audio and image content for use in learning and teaching activates, and other activities related to the administration of MIT.
These Terms and Conditions (“Terms”) apply to your use of the Site. In using this Site for any purpose, you agree to be bound by these Terms. If you do not accept these Terms, you must refrain from using this Site. MIT reserves the right to modify these Terms at any time and will publish notice of any modifications on the Site. Your continued use of the Site is deemed to be acceptance of the Terms, as modified from time to time.
1. Your Information
You agree that, when contributing to this Site, you shall not upload, submit, email or otherwise transmit:
a. any material that is obscene, defamatory, illegal, offensive, threatening, discriminatory, blasphemous, detrimental or which may cause annoyance, anxiety or inconvenience to anyone;
b. any material which breaches any third party rights including copyright, trade marks, patent, trade secrets, moral rights, privacy rights, or any other intellectual property rights;
c. spam, mass messaging, unsolicited or unauthorised advertising or promotional material;
d. contributions that promote your business, your employer’s business or the business of one of your friends or family members, or hinder competitors to one of those businesses.
2. Your Obligations
You may use the Site for legal purposes only. You must not attempt to damage, interfere with or harm this Site or any network or system underlying or connected with it. You may only use copyright material contained on this Site in accordance with these Terms.
Unless clearly stated otherwise, copyright material contained on this Site is the intellectual property of MIT. Any commercial use or sale of this material is not permitted without the written permission of the rights owner and constitutes an infringement of copyright.
MIT grants to you as a user of this Site a licence (within the meaning of the Copyright Act 1994) to:
a. retrieve the material on this Site for information only;
b. save or download a local copy for personal use;
c. send it to your printer for personal use, but you may not charge for such use,
d. materials are not used for commercial purposes;
e. the source in any copy you make is clearly acknowledged;
f. no modification to the material is made without the express permission of the copyright owner.
Other copyright material contained on this site may be being shared or displayed by MIT under license from the copyright owner. Such material may be used only for Educational Purposes. This includes extracts of copyright works copied under copyright licences.
You may not copy or distribute any part of such material to any other person. Where the material is provided to you in electronic format you may only download or print from it for your own use. You may not download or make a further copy for any other purpose.
Failure to comply with the terms of this warning may expose you to legal action for copyright infringement and/or disciplinary actions by MIT, or the copyright owner.
4. Linked Websites
Hypertext links are provided to external websites for information only. MIT does not accept any responsible for the content, accuracy or function of those websites.
If this Site contains third party advertisements (such as banner ads or referral buttons) which contain embedded links to other websites where goods or services are advertised, the placement of such advertisements on this Site does not constitute the recommendation or endorsement by MIT of any goods or services advertised by the third party. The third party advertiser is solely responsible to you for any representations or offers made by it, and for any goods or services that you agree to purchase or acquire from those third parties.
5. Governing Law
You agree that any dispute arising out of or related to these Terms or your use of the Site will be governed by the laws of New Zealand and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of New Zealand.
Page last updated: 14 January 2015