Competition 2013 - Terms and Conditions
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1. General | 2. Entries | 3. Rights and permissions | 4. Personal Data | 5. Applicable Law
British Library Labs competition as detailed at (“Competition”) is operated by the British Library Board of 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB, United Kingdom, (“We” “Us” and “Our”). “You” and “Your” shall mean you, the person entering the Competition.
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1. General

1.1 If You enter the Competition You are deemed to have agreed to abide by all of the following Terms and Conditions together with any amendments thereto (both of which are non-negotiable) under which the Competition is run, and to be bound by them. We may disqualify You without prior notice if You are in breach of any of these Terms and Conditions or any revised Terms and Conditions that We may from time to time impose.
1.2 We reserve the right to cancel the Competition at any stage if We deem this necessary or circumstances arise that are outside Our control.

2. Entries

2.1 The Competition is open to all excluding:
2.1.1 employees or contractors of the British Library or their direct family members

2.2 Entry is free.

2.3 You can either enter as an individual or as part of a team.

2.4 Applicants must be aged 18 years or older.

2.5 To enter the Competition, You must:
2.5.1 submit Your proposal in accordance with the Competition brief via the British Library Labs website; and
2.5.2 ensure that Your proposal does not in any way infringe or misappropriate the copyright or other intellectual property rights, or other rights of any third party; and
2.5.3 tick the box to accept these Terms and Conditions.

2.6 All entries must be received by Wednesday 26 June 2013 midnight. Any entries received after this will not be considered. We cannot be held responsible for:
2.6.1 ineligible or fraudulent entries; or
2.6.2 any lost or late entries, due to the Internet, email or otherwise, even where proof of sending can be provided.

2.7 We will select the winning entry or entries. The judging panel’s decision shall be final, and no correspondence shall be entered into.

2.8 Competion winners will be announced on Saturday 6th July 2013 at the ‘Digital Heritage 2013: Interfaces with the Past’ event. Each winner will be contacted personally by email prior to the announcement in York. It will not be possible to notify those entrants that do not win. Each winner will be awarded the prize as detailed at Competition ("the Prize").

2.9 Each winner accepts and agrees that:
2.9.1 the Prize must be taken as stated, and cannot be deferred, exchanged or redeemed for its value;
2.9.2 no alternate to the Prize will be available.

3. Rights and permissions

3.1 All entrants accept and agree that We may publish Your proposal on our website.

3.2 If We are unable to contact any winner after making reasonable efforts to do so, or the Prize is unclaimed after 10 working days of us notifying a winner then the Prize will be deemed to have been forfeited, and We reserve the right to offer the Prize to another entrant.

3.3 In the event that You are a winner:
3.3.1 the Prize will be provided to You, subject to the following requirements:
i) You meet appropriate levels of security clearance;
ii) written agreement on the details of the Prize and any results therefrom, including, but not limited to, intellectual property rights, and the obligations of the parties concerned.
For the avoidance of doubt, in the event that the above requirements are not met, the Prize will be deemed to have been forfeited, and We reserve the right to offer the Prize to another entrant.
3.3.2 you agree to:
i) 3.3.3 participate in any publicity planned by Us, if required; and
ii) 3.3.4 allow the posting of Your details on Our website.

4. Personal Data

4.1 Other than as expressly permitted by these Terms and Conditions, We will only use your contact details for the purposes of administering this Competition, and will not publish them or provide them to anyone without Your permission.

4.2 You consent to Us:
4.2.1 holding and processing data relating to You for legal, administrative and management purposes; and
4.2.2 making such information available to our funding bodies.

4.3 Any personal data relating to You will be used solely in accordance with current UK data protection legislation and will not be disclosed to another party without Your prior consent. Please see Our Privacy Statement for further details.

4.4 Data relating to You will be retained by Us for a reasonable period after the closing date specified in clause 2.6 to assist in the administration of the
Competition in a consistent manner and to deal with any queries on the Competition.
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5. Applicable Law

5.1 These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law.

The parties will attempt in good faith to resolve any dispute or claim arising out of or relating to these Terms and Conditions promptly by negotiation. If the dispute cannot be resolved by negotiation,You hereby submit to and agree that the sole jurisdiction and venue for any actions that may arise under or in relation to the subject matter hereof shall be the English Courts.

The British Library
April 2013