The legal framework

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The attention of those who publish information in electronic format is drawn to various UK legislation which relates to computer use. Information providers are reminded that it is their responsibility to ensure all material placed on the Server is in accordance with the law. The Internet Publications Officer may remove any material which he/she may feel is not and may refer such information back to the provider to seek advice on its legality.

UK law applies to any publication accessed from the UK via the Internet. This covers material accessed by a direct link from a UK based WWW page, wherever that material originates from and whatever its legal status in its country of origin.

Relevant UK laws include:

Other legal constraints:

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