This statement describes the personal information we collect on this website and how we use it. We have notified the Information Commissioner’s Office of our use of personal data. ARMA may change this policy when required by updating this page. You therefore should check this page from time to time to ensure that you are happy with any changes. This policy is effective from 1 January 2016.
This policy only applies to the ARMA Conference website and not to any other website to which we provide links.
The Association uses electronic communication (email and this website) as its primary means of communications with members and other users of its services, as well as between members of its Board of Directors and its subcommittees.
‘Cookies’ are small text files that are stored by your browser on your computer, mobile phone or other device you use to access websites. They do not contain personally identifiable information.
Some cookies are essential for the functioning of this site. Some are only require to enhance your experience or inform us about site usage enabling us to improve your browsing experience. You can block or restrict the non-essential cookies using your browser settings. Visit www.aboutcookies.org for more information.
“__ac” cookie is required to maintain your logged session as a Member of ARMA. This is removed at the end of your session, when you close your browser.
We use Google Analytics to anonymously track how people use the site. Google set several cookies (“__utma” to “__utmz”) Some are deleted after the session. The longest remain for two years. More details on the Google website.
The site uses Sharethis.com to allow you to share pages in various social networks. Sharethis.com may also set cookies. More details on the Sharethis website.
The site contains uses a Twitter widget to display ARMA’s twitter feed. Twitter may also set cookies. More details on the Twitter website.
ARMA(UK)’s website contains material from a number of contributors and, except where otherwise noted, copyright in those materials rests with the authors. It is the intention of ARMA(UK) only to publish material with the permission, express or implied, of the copyright owner. In the event that ARMA(UK) have inadvertently infringed your copyright, please contact the website editor who will remove the infringing material.
Publication of material on the website does not imply permission to copy it or use it elsewhere. If you wish to make use of any material, it is up to you to seek permission of the copyright owner.
Any material used should clearly acknowledge the author and copyright owner.
In particular, databases and other lists of information pertaining to members’ data and contact details are © ARMA(UK).
ARMA make no warranty as to the accuracy or ownership of any material on this website, and accept no liability for any use to which it is put or for any copyright infringement that may arise.
We aim to provide accurate and current information on this website. However, we accept no liability for errors or omissions, or for loss or damage arising from using the information. We are not responsible for the content of other websites linked to/from this site.