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By filling in the National Centre for Text Mining registration form you are consenting to the National Centre for Text Mining retaining your personal data. From time to time we may wish to inform you of forthcoming events and activities within the field of text mining. Any data collected directly from you may be used by the National Center for Text Mining for generally improving the tools and service. This may include an invitation to participate in feedback or evaluation surveys.
If you prefer not to be notified of forthcoming events and activities or wish not to participate in such evaluation please email firstname.lastname@example.org - indicating that you prefer your email address to be removed from this list.
Any information collected indirectly will be used by the National Centre for Text Mining only: to monitor the volume, type and pattern of traffic using this website; to develop the design and layout of the website; and for other administrative and planning purposes.
All enquiries to the National Centre for Text Mining, whether by email, telephone, facsimile or otherwise may be recorded for the purposes of quality control. The National Centre for Text Mining will use such information as provided by you to answer enquiries and otherwise communicate with you. All communications from you and subsequent correspondence from the National Centre for Text Mining will be recorded and securely retained by the National Centre for Text Mining, it shall not retain the contents of any communications from you and subsequent correspondence for longer than is necessary having regard to the content and nature of such communications and correspondence. Contact details including your email address may be retained for the purposes of generally improving the services offered by the National Centre for Text Mining. This includes evaluation of the services.
Any information collected directly from users or visitors may be used by the National Centre for Text Mining for generally improving this website and the services offered.
Where you have provided your email address, the National Centre of Text Mining may occasionally send you, via email, information the National Centre for Text Mining considers would be of use or interest to you. Such information may include details of changes or updates to the services provided by the National Centre for Text Mining via this website or otherwise.
The National Centre for Text Mining has established an agreement with the United States National Library of Medicine (NLM) regarding use of NLM's MEDLINE(R) database. The attention of users of our tools and services that are based on MEDLINE(R) is drawn to the following conditions and provisions:
"NLM represents that the data provided under the Agreement with the National Centre for Text Mining were formulated with a reasonable standard of care. Except for this representation, and as otherwise specifically provided in this Agreement, NLM makes no representation or warranties, expressed or implied. This includes, but is not limited to, any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, with respect to the NLM databases, and NLM specifically disclaims any such warranties and representations."
"The duplication, resale, or redistribution of MEDLINE(R) data obtained under the Agreement between NLM and the National Centre for Text Mining must conform to fair use guidelines and U.S. and international copyright law."
"Unless otherwise prohibited, organizations or institutions may download small amounts of NLM-produced citations for redistribution. For MEDLINE(R), this is about 1,000 per month or 12,000 records for each year of coverage. For other MEDLARS databases, it is approximately 25% of the records in the file except for AIDSLINEŽ, AIDSTRIALS, and AIDSDRUGS which may be downloaded in their entirety. Since NLM makes corrections and enhancements to and performs maintenance on these records at least annually, you should plan to replace or correct the records once a year to ensure that they are still correct and searchable as a group."
"NLM databases are produced by a U.S. government agency and as such the contents are not covered by copyright domestically. They may be copyrighted outside the U.S. Some NLM produced data is from copyrighted publications of the respective copyright claimants. Users of the NLM databases are solely responsible for compliance with any copyright restrictions and are referred to the publication data appearing in the bibliographic citations, as well as to the copyright notices appearing in the original publications, all of which are incorporated by reference. Users should consult legal counsel before using NLM-produced records to be certain that their plans are in compliance with appropriate laws. All records must be identified as being derived from NLM databases."
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