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You are responsible for the content of any personal Web page to the school or directorate head who supervises your employment or relationship to the University. You must observe publication and other standards that project the appropriate image of the University.
The contents of all electronic pages on University servers must comply with the law and with University policies and regulations. This document outlines relevant information to guide you in the creation of your Web pages.
2. Permitted Use
You should note especially that pages on University servers may not be used to promote personal business or to provide personal financial gain, except as may be permitted by University policy or regulation, or by contract.
Personal pages should not give the impression that they are representing, giving opinions or otherwise making statements on behalf of the University, or any unit of the University, unless appropriately authorised to do so. Where appropriate, an explicit disclaimer should be included unless it is clear from the context that you are not representing the University. An appropriate disclaimer is:
"The views and opinions expressed within these pages are personal and should not be construed as reflecting the views and opinions of Oxford Brookes University."
All Web sites under University jurisdiction must display information on the ownership of sites, including a contact name (or job title, where appropriate) and the date of the last update. If the site consists of more than one page, the ownership information must appear on at least one page (preferably the first).
5. Relevant Law and University Policy
Unlawful Activities University web pages, both corporate and personal, shall not be used for unlawful activities, including:
- the making of libellous or defamatory statements - the display of pornographic material - the incitement of racial hatred