Nematrian’s Approach to and Policy on
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Nematrian takes seriously intellectual property (IP), not least
because it (and, in their own right, its shareholders and employees) have
significant investments in IP and it is hoping to obtain revenues from this IP.
(a) Nematrian has
invested heavily in the development of algorithms and copyrighted content in
the development of its website, and in the development of its own brand, and
expects to add to this investment through time.
(b) It and its
shareholders and employees have patent applications (or revenue sharing
arrangements in relation to such applications) relating to the operation of the
site, or expect to have in due course as the site develops.
If you believe that Nematrian is infringing your
intellectual property (whether copyright, patents or trademarks etc.) then
please contact us with your concerns. You may contact us electronically, see
our Contact Us page, or
by writing to:
The Intellectual Property Officer
c/o Unit 24, Capital Business
22 Carlton Road
Surrey CR2 0BS
We will use our best endeavours to address your concerns
once we are made aware of them. Please bear in mind that Nematrian has no
control over the content of other people’s or organisations’ website.
We also take seriously data ownership rights. If you are
concerned that a user of the Nematrian website is using the website in ways
that infringe your intellectual property (or are objectionable to you in other
ways) then please also contact us as above with your concerns.
Please note that Nematrian may have obligations to its users
and others, e.g. arising from the Nematrian License Agreement
and, in the absence of court instructions on what it should do, may need to
weigh up these obligations against what you perceive to be your rights if it
perceives them to be in conflict.
details of Nematrian’s policy on personal information or other information it
holds or may collect on its users, since by contacting us you may be providing
personal information to us.
Version dated 11 November 2015